Wednesday, November 16, 2011

African-American - News

African-American - News November 16, 2011


Farrakhan challenges students to seek knowledge, serve the people and solve problems
Farrakhan challenges students to seek knowledge, serve the people and solve problems (Final Call)
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan told students November 9 they must use knowledge they are gaining to free Black people from dependence on their enemies through becoming producers and leaders in providing needed services.

Woman gets N-word off creek in Nevada County (San Jose Mercury News)
Even in a state with two Squaw Valleys, the creek behind Gail Smith's new property in Nevada County stood out for its offensiveness.

Sharon Jones on the Dap-Kings and her music (San Jose Mercury News)
On stage and in the recording studio, soul queen Sharon Jones channels the surging energy of the mid-1960s, when a generation of African-American singers steeped in the cadences of the black church reshaped American popular music.

Jessica B. Harris at Miami Book Fair Saturday: A Culinary Journey from Africa to Miami (Miami New Times)
Jessica Harris is well known as a tenured professor and the author of more than 10 cookbooks, including A Kwanzaa Keepsake and The Africa Cookbook , for her latest creation, High on the Hog: A Culinary Journey from Africa to America , the culinary historian went into detailed storytelling mode.

Toronto's New Radio Station Plans to Overcome Old Challenges (Torontoist)
Tucked at the very end of a North York cul-de-sac lined with long grey office buildings, there is a patch of grass covered in geese.

Depressive Symptoms Linked To Mobility Limitations In Older African Americans (MediLexicon)
A new study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and featured in a 2011 issue of the Journal of Gerontology, has identified demographic and health related characteristics that were related to mobility limitation

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