Minister Farrakhan Says He Is Ill

Minister Farrakhan Says He Is Ill

NorthStar News, News Report, Posted: Apr 22, 2014

Minister Louis Farrakhan, who spoke at a reparations conference over the weekend at Chicago State University, told the audience that he is ill.

California Adds 8 Languages, including Tagalog, to Online Voter Registration System


Global Nation, News Report, Posted: Apr 22, 2014

alifornia’s system of online voter registration – launched in English and Spanish in 2012 – has been expanded to allow voters to register online in eight additional languages: Chinese, Hindi, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Tagalog, Thai and Vietnamese.

Judge Rips State Dept’s handling of Blackwater Shootings in Iraq


Final Call, News Report, Posted: Apr 22, 2014

A U.S. federal judge has rebuked the State Department for delaying the prosecution of U.S. security contractors charged with shooting unarmed Iraqi civilians in 2007.

Keystone XL Decision Delayed Yet Again as State Department Invokes Nebraska Court Ruling


Indian Country, News Report, Posted: Apr 21, 2014

All eyes are on Lincoln, Nebraska as the U.S. Department of State has invoked a recent court ruling there as its latest reason to avoid making a decision on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.

Fil-Am Elected as Bellflower Mayor


Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Apr 21, 2014

Another Filipino has been elected to a key city council position for a quaint suburban city in Southern California. 60-year-old Sonny R. Santa Ines, was recently elected by his fellow members in the Bellflower City Council to become the city’s next chief executive.


Voter Suppression -- Ohio's Incredible Tactics


The Afro, News Report, Zenitha Prince, Posted: Apr 18, 2014

Several new laws and policies roll back access to the ballot box in Ohio, voting advocates say.

Philly Mayor Ends Police-ICE Collaboration


Al Día, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2014

Philadelphia Mayor Nutter signed an executive order that ends collaboration between federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement and police.


Is Obama Really the 'Deporter-in-Chief?' Depends on Whom You Ask


PRI's The World, News Report, Angilee Shah, Posted: Apr 16, 2014

Although the increase in deportations is largely due to laws passed in 1996, Obama could use his executive authority to curb deportations.

How the Outcome of the Muslim Spying Case Impacts Everyone


Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 15, 2014

In late February, U.S. District Judge William J. Martini found that the New York Police Department hadn’t violated the rights of the New Jersey-based plaintiffs in Hassan v. City of New York, a class action suit filed in response to the NYPD’s [massive spying] on Muslim mosques, businessness and student associations in the name of finding terrorists.


Studies Prompt San Francisco Action for Seniors on Safer Central City Hotels


Central City Extra/New America Media , News Analysis, Tom Carter, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

San Francisco is responding slowly to recommendations to improve the safety of its 500+ SRO hotels housing vulnerable elders and those with disabilities.

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