INQUIRER.net, Op-ed, Posted: Jan 31, 2011
Pimentel opines that the Egyptian uprising may be reminding Filipinos why the February 1986 People Power Revolution that overthrew the Marcos dictatorship remains significant.
Black America Web, News Report, Posted: Jan 27, 2011
Jarrett, perhaps Obama’s most trusted confidante, says the president understands the growing impatience among African-Americans.
Amsterdam News, News Report, Posted: Jan 27, 2011
Black quipped, “Could we just have some birth control for a while? It would really help us.”
Philadelphia Tribune, News Report, Posted: Jan 27, 2011
Very few students have the advanced skills that could lead to careers in science and technology, according to results of a national exam.
Final Call, News Report, Posted: Jan 27, 2011
Beginning a few months before the Republican National Convention in 2008, a law enforcement infiltrated the Twin Cities Anti-War Committee.
RFI English, News Report, Posted: Jan 25, 2011
Thousands of Egyptians defied their government to join protests Tuesday. Police fired teargas and attacked protesters, demonstrators.
News Orleans Agenda/New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jan 25, 2011
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, almost 12% of the New Orleans population was comprised of residents 65 years of age or older.
Final Call, News Report, Posted: Jan 24, 2011
The president has been savaged by the right, called a “tyrant,” had his citizenship challenged and been subjected to death threats.
Black Voice News, News Report, Posted: Jan 24, 2011
Reverend Owusu Hodari wants the County of San Bernardino to consider giving a bidding advantage to companies that hire local workers.
San Francisco Bayview, First Person, Posted: Jan 24, 2011
Since my forced arrival in the Mother Continent six and a half years ago, the people of Haiti have never stopped calling for my return to Haiti.
Philadelphia Tribune, Editorial, Posted: Jan 24, 2011
There’s something rotten in Washington, D.C. The stench comes from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Final Call, News Report, Posted: Jan 18, 2011
During a BBC report on the worsening situation in the Ivory Coast, a spokesman for Alassane Ouatara said a low-level civil war is already in progress.
Black America Web, News Report, Posted: Jan 18, 2011
Marred by more than a year of lawsuits and internal controversy, the Atlanta-based Southern Christian Leadership Conference has revived itself.
San Francisco Bayview, News Analysis, Posted: Jan 18, 2011
The prison authorities have provided, in writing, a set of conditions that virtually meets the demands set out by Bomani Shakur.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jan 17, 2011
A veteran civil rights lawyer who grew up along the Tex-Mex border explains how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s struggle became her own.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jan 16, 2011
In far too many public and private circles, the King holiday is still regarded as a “black holiday” or, more charitably, a “civil rights issue.”
Final Call, News Report, Posted: Jan 13, 2011
Inmate advocates argue that the nearly $70 billion being spent nationally on corrections each year could be better used on non-vengeful alternatives.
Final Call, News Report, Posted: Jan 12, 2011
January 12, 2010, at 4:53 p.m., a devestating earthquake forever changed the people living in the island nation of Haiti.
YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Posted: Jan 12, 2011
Twelve months after an earthquake devastated the island of Haiti, the crew at YO!TV has kept the people and their struggles in our hearts and minds.
Black Voice News, News Report, Posted: Jan 12, 2011
The two California women convicted of killing men who abused them received 11th hour relief from outgoing Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
New America Media, Op-ed, Posted: Jan 11, 2011
For American media, Malik Mumtaz Qadri is a sign something is rotten in the state of Pakistan. But Jared Lee Loughner is cast as just a rotten apple.
Amsterdam News, News Report, Posted: Jan 10, 2011
As public school students head back to the classroom , newly appointed NYC Schools Chancellor Cathie Black had her first day of school.
Washington Afro, News Report, Posted: Jan 10, 2011
One of the first orders of business for the Republican-controlled House was to strip D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton of her vote in the house.
Philadelphia Tribune, News Report, Posted: Jan 10, 2011
A memo sent to Philly school district employees this week reminded them that they could face disciplinary action for discussing district business
Black America Web, Commentary, Posted: Jan 05, 2011
Our eyes remain firmly focused on the prize: Assisting the Scott sisters in getting the freedom they have won.
Amsterdam News, News Feature, Posted: Jan 04, 2011
Paterson faced unprecedented challenges, including one of the worst economic climates in the history of the state and nation, and an often hostile press corps