Thursday, August 11, 2011

African-American - News

African-American - News August 11, 2011

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Dream comes true
Dream comes true (Monroe News Star)
A ribbon-cutting for the new home of the Northeast Louisiana Delta African American Heritage Museum is scheduled for Thursday morning.

Letter: Same-sex right not hard to solve (Marshfield News-Herald)
Editor: Americans always have been champions of civil rights. We have fought through the repugnance of racism toward African-Americans, the disgrace of declining women the right to vote, yet today we stand before another right that has become harder to fight for than it really should.

Mid-South's influence felt in "The Help" (WMC-TV Memphis)
Based on one of the most talked about books in years, "The Help" stars Emma Stone, Academy Award nominated Viola Davis, Jessica Chastain, and Octavia Spencer.

Bet Ceo Debra Lee Takes a Smart Bet
Bet Ceo Debra Lee Takes a Smart Bet (Forbes)
After a sunny childhood in Jacksonville, Fla., I journeyed to the Northeast to study journalism and sociology at NYU.

Your Natural Hair Costing You a Fortune? (Essence Magazine)
Is going natural really setting our pockets free? I was natural for a decade, from age 18 to 28.

Bill James criticized for reviving 'Moral Sewer' (The Charlotte Observer)
County commissioner Bill James is facing criticism again over his comments about the black community, with one board member calling the Republican "an embarrassment to Mecklenburg County." On Tuesday, James e-mailed a news story about recent comments made by Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, an African-American, about attacks on city residents.

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