African-American - News September 21, 2011
In the race for Allegheny County executive, Republican D. Raja and Democrat Rich Fitzgerald have become experts at both citing their own proposed policies and at taking political jabs at one another.
How health professionals have helped lower infant mortality rates in Grand Rapids (Flint Township/Swartz Creek Advance)
As I See It | Black women, and the angst over successful marriages (The Kansas City Star)
Greater risk of second breast cancer in black women (ABC7 Chicago)
Dr. Nell Irvin Painter, a leading historian of the United States, will open up the 2011-12 Morehead State University's Presidential Lecture Series on Monday, Oct.
Angie Stone Bringing Attention to Type 2 Diabetes (KIPR-FM Little Rock)
A lawsuit by 7 former principals accuses the Mobile County school system of engaging in a decade-long practice of assigning black principals to majority-black schools and white principals to majority-white schools.
Dayton NAACP: Redistricting dilutes minority vote (WHIOTV)
Higher Incidence Of Secondary Breast Cancer Seen Among Black Women Regardless Of Age (Medical News Today)