African-American - News November 11, 2011
Kente is the name of a fabric and it is the name of a fashion, but its significance goes far beyond the simple definitions of either of those words.
Black Voters Group Files Redistricting Lawsuit (CBS Local)
Chicago Latino aldermen want more City Council seats (WGN-TV Chicago)
How African-Americans Can Get Healthy With Big Helpings Of Soul Food (National Public Radio)
Kevan Hall On Why Fashion Matters In Tough Times (National Public Radio)
Pursuant to our discussion about fantasy earlier this week, Salon has an interesting piece on N.K. Jemisin and David Anthony Durham, fantasy, race, and class.
Just Like Atlanta: Charlotte Now an African-American, Democrat-Run City, Chamber, Banks Lose Control (John Locke Foundation)