Thursday, March 31, 2011
African-American - News March 31, 2011
Is there such a thing as black art? Kerry James Marshal's impressive, untitled painting.
CIA IN LIBYA AIDING REBELS. HAVE BEEN IN LIBYA FOR WEEKS (deseretnews)
NAACP says teachers' jobs can be saved (MSNBC)
D.C.'s melting majority (Arkansas Online)
NAACP Tackles African American HIV/AIDS Crisis (MediLexicon)
The erecting of an anti-abortion billboard targeting Chicago's black community that features a picture of President Barack Obama has aroused the anger of pro-choice advocates.
Bell silent no longer (Theadvertiser The Advertiser Lafayett...)
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
African-American - News March 30, 2011
Farrakhan to hold press conf. Addressing events in the Middle East & the Obama admin. Libya policy (know4life.blogspot)
Pine Manor, black poetry group to form partnership (Victoria Advocate)
The Topeka NAACP branch's request that City Councilman John Alcala stop badgering city manager Norton Bonaparte has "nothing to do with race," the president of the branch said Tuesday.
The NAACP is planning a march this weekend after a potentially deadly bomb was left along a Martin Luther King Junior Day parade route.
Lawsuit seeks dissolution of Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Milton, Chattahoochee Hills (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Toledo couples renew vows for Black Marriage Day (WTOL-TV Toledo)
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
African-American - News March 29, 2011
Practical Limit To 2nd Black US House District (WRIC-TV Richmond)
Man sleeps in slave cabins to highlight their history (WTTV Indianapolis)
The Topeka branch of the NAACP is accusing city Councilman John Alcala of badgering city manager Norton Bonaparte and is asking him to stop.
Embattled Wisconsin Veterans Secretary Black Resigns (WMTV Madison)
Spanburgh: Historic African-American Home Might Be Saved from Demolition (Patch)