Sunday, January 29, 2012

African-American - News

 January 29, 2012   African-American - News


Side-Eye Post of the Day: French Elle Under Fire For Claiming The...
Side-Eye Post of the Day: French Elle Under Fire For Claiming The... (Booker Rising)
And rightfully so, for those asinine remarks, since she ignores the black stylish fashions prior to hip hop's rise .

Pouncy tells tales of time in 'Red Tails' (Douglas County Sentinel)
Haisten Willis / Douglas County Sentinel While the movie 'Red Tails' characterizes the men who were part of the legendery Tuskegee Airmen, Austell's Dr.

NAACP leader says country's eyes are on NC (WCNC-TV Charlotte)
The largest annual gathering of left-leaning and civil rights groups in North Carolina will have as one of its main goals the opposition to a proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage, organizers said Saturday.

Rep. Barney Frank mourns ex-Boston Mayor White (The Kansas City Star)
Retiring U.S. Rep. Barney Frank says former Mayor Kevin White was a political pioneer who opened up the Boston political system to African-Americans, women and gays, and pushed Frank to abandon plans to pursue an academic career and get into politics.White died Friday at his Boston home.

'The Snowy Day': Breaking Color Barriers, Quietly (National Public Radio)
One morning many years ago, a little boy in Brooklyn named Peter woke up to an amazing sight: fresh snow.

Jan Brewer tarmac tiff touches nerve in black community, some commentators say [for dissing Zero] (Free Republic)
Reaction to the Jan Brewer encounter is still bubbling, with some black commentators now suggesting the image of the Arizona governor wagging her finger at the President of the United States has touched a nerve in the African American community.

Kent State Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.
Kent State Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. (Patch)
The Kent Student Center was a hub of activity Thursday afternoon as Kent State University held its 10th Annual Martin Luther King Jr.

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