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March 1, 2015
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Senator Tester Introduces the Veterans Education Empowerment Act
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Working Together to Prevent and Address Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls
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U.S. Census Bureau Daily Feature for March 1
Mourners Protest Black Youths Death By NYPD
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West Indians Say No To Occupy Wall Street
Asian-Americans Make Demands on China
NY City Council Probes NYPD Stop-and-Frisk Policy
NYC Students Demand End To Job Bias
NYC Protestors Want Assad To Go
NYC Minority Housing Project Gets Good $$$ News
BLACKS EYE OBAMA'S JOBS SPEECH
Ahead of President Obama's speech to a joint session of Congress tonight, Black California Congresswoman Maxine Water's is putting the pressure on the president to make clear just what it is he plans to do to help the communities suffering the most in this bad economy. In a statement issued today, Waters challenged the president to, "spend as much energy working to create jobs in the black community as he is campaigning for votes in one of the whitest states in the nation." ...
Despite Bleak Jobs Market Minorities Still Optimistic
- Findings from the Blair-Rockefeller Poll challenge long-held assumptions about the impact of the economy on political attitudes and voting behaviors, according to a new report released today by political scientist Todd Shields. The report, “The Economy Across Race and Region: Unemployment Fails to Dampen Positive Outlook Among African Americans ...
CA Gov Vetoes Bill Prohibiting "English Only"
California Governor Jerry Brown has vetoed SB 111, a language rights bill authored by San Francisco Congressman Leland Yee. According to Yee's office, SB 111 was landmark legislation that would have prohibited businesses from denying service to a patron because of the language he or she speaks. ...
Obama Black Approval Hits New Low
President Barack Obama earned the lowest monthly job approval rating of his presidency to date in August, with 41% of U.S. adults approving of his overall job performance, down from 44% in July. He also received term-low monthly job approval ...
NAACP Intervenes In Florida Minority Voting Rights Case
The NAACP Legal Defense Fund (LDF) has filed a motion seeking to intervene in a lawsuit on behalf of the Florida State Conference of the NAACP and Black voters to prevent the State of Florida from implementing discriminatory voting laws. In the lawsuit, Florida v. United States, Florida asks a federal court to approve, under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, voting measures that would significantly alter Florida's voting process. ...
Latinos Eye Texas Redistricting Trial
Texas Republicans will face off against Democrats and minority advocacy groups this week in the first trial related to contested redistricting maps approved by the Legislature earlier this year. The trial will combine several federal lawsuits, The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) will present its case seeking equal representation for Texas Latinos in the congressional and State House redistricting plans. ...
Sharpton Aide To Black Journalists: Get On Board
Tamika Mallory, executive director of Al Sharpton’s National Action Network, has some words of warning for Black reporters. In a column for NewsOne.com titled, “Time For Black Journalists To Stop Criticizing Rev. Sharpton,” Mallory addresses her open letter style column “to all the Black journalists out there.” "Whenever I hear people question Reverend Sharpton’s new show, ‘Politics Nation’ on MSNBC, I find myself thinking ...
Latino Voting Advocates Object To Texas Redistricting
Advocates for LULAC that included former Congressman Ciro D. Rodriguez, National LULAC Counsel Luis Roberto Vera, Jr., Maverick County Judge David Saucedo and John Tanner, former Department of Justice Voting Rights Section ...
Chicago Minority Caucuses Push For Casino
Chicago City Council’s Black and Hispanic Caucuses this week joined the battle between Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Gov. Pat Quinn over a land-based casino and slot machines at O'Hare and Midway airports. The City Council members said a ...
Louisiana Prisons Put Black Voting Power At Risk
Angola, the Louisiana State Penitentiary, is one of the most notorious prisons in the United States. Sometimes called “The Farm” because of its plantation-like set-up, it houses almost 5,300 men, of whom 3,900 are serving life sentences, 968 face terms of 40 years or more, and 83 are on death row. The prison is located 90 minutes ...
UNREST BETWEEN BLACK LAWMAKERS
Black Florida Rep. Allen West, the only Republican member of the Congressional Black Caucus, is threatening to quit the CBC over what he calls “racially motivated rhetoric” by fellow caucus members aimed at the tea party. While speaking at a Black Caucus-sponsored event in Miami, fellow CBC member Congressman Andre Carson of Indiana made the assertion that ...
Obama Makes Return Appearance At Latino Gala
- For the fourth consecutive year, President Barak Obama will address Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute members at their annual gala in Washington, on September 14th. CHCI Chair Rep. Charles Gonzalez also announced today that the President will be joined by First Lady Michelle Obama at the the largest Latino gala in the country. ...
Labor Secretary Solis Says Latino Support For Obama Still Strong
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis said today the Hispanic community still supports what President Obama is doing on jobs despite the high unemployment rate. “I think there’s still a lot of confidence and support for the work the president is doing,” Solis said of what Hispanic leaders have told her at various town-hall meetings she has held across the country. “It’s not happening fast enough — that’s one of the major concerns ...
CA Passes Law Protecting Minority Voting Strength
The California State Legislature is receiving praise for passing legislation to end prison-based gerrymandering. Assembly Member Mike Davis sponsored the bill that will help bring California's redistricting process in line with basic principles ...
Conference To Focus On Boosting Minorities In Technology
Several of the nation’s leading technology entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, along with members of the Black technology community will take part in the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s (CBCF) 41st Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center to discuss tangible efforts ...
OBAMA REACTS TO BLACK CRITICS
Under fire from Black lawmakers for allegedly ignoring rising unemployment in their communities, President Obama took to the radiowaves saying he understands their concerns. Obama appeared on the popular Black-oriented Tom Joyner show today as part of an effort by his administration to remind Black voters that the country’s first Black president is fighting for them. The president reminded the show's primarily Black audience that Martin Luther King's efforts regarding unemployment took time ...
Al Gore Compares Climate Change Skeptics To Racists
In an interview with FearLess Revolution founder, Alex Bogusky, former U.S. vice President Al Gore compared the debate over climate change to the Civil Rights movement in the US in the 1960s. This comparison has sparked negative reaction from members of the black leadership network, Project 21. The group condemned Gore’s attempt to "injected race into the debate over emissions regulations by comparing those ...
Latinos Want Apology From McCain
U.S. Senator John McCain is under fire today for his refusal to apologize for speculating earlier that a wildfire in Willow Arizona had been caused by illegal immigrants. McCain’s office has told the press he won’t apologize and say his earlier remarks were not specific to this fire but merely that perhaps illegal immigrants cause fires. The National Tequila Party, which claims to be a counter movement to the Tea Party said: ...
Black Caucus To Make Final Jobs Tour Stop In L.A.
Beginning tomorrow, 13 Members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) will join Congresswoman Maxine Waters, in Los Angeles for the final stop on the CBC’s “For the People” Jobs Initiative, which includes a Job Fair and Town Hall at Crenshaw Christian Center in South Los Angeles. Joining Congresswoman Waters will be the co-hosts of the event, Reps. Laura Richardson and Karen Bass ...
Watchdog Group Questions First Lady's Africa Trip
The government watchdog group, Judicial Watch, has filed a lawsuit against the US Air Force to obtain records of a trip made by First Lady Michelle Obama to Southern Africa in June. The group is questioning whether the trip, which included a meeting with Nelson Mandela and an African Safari, was necessary. According the U.S. Postal Service records, Judicial Watch’s FOIA request was received by the Air Force ...
OBAMA REACHES OUT TO MINORITIES
The Obama reelection campaign has announced a major voter outreach project that will target Blacks, Latinos, Asian-Americans, women, young people, and gays. According to the Pew Research Center ninety-five percent of Blacks voters, 67 percent of Latinos and 62 percent of Asian-Americans went for Obama over Sen. John McCain ...
Black Mayor Wins Historic Mississippi Primary
Hattiesburg, Mississippi Mayor Johnny DuPree became the first black candidate to win a major-party nomination for governor shortly after 9 o'clock last night. Mississippi has not had a black statewide official since Reconstruction. DuPree, 57, a three-term mayor of Hattiesburg, advances to the Nov. 8 general election to face Republican Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant, 56, of Brandon. In his victory address in downtown Hattiesburg ...
Fewer See Race Relations As Improved Under Obama
By 35% to 23%, more Americans believe U.S. race relations have gotten better rather than worse with Barack Obama's election as president. However, this positive tilt is not as strong as what Gallup found in October 2009, when 41% said relations had improved and 22% said they had gotten worse. Currently, the plurality ...
Sharpton Inks Deal As Political Show Host
Reverend Al Sharpton, the civil rights activist and minister, has been named host of a nightly live MSNBC talk show. Phil Griffin, President of MSNBC, said in his announcement that Sharpton's show “PoliticsNation” will debut on August 29. The choice of Sharpton to host the hour has been marked by some controversy. ...
Latino Group Intervenes To Protect Texas Voting Strength
The Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) filed a motion in Washington yesterday to intervene on behalf of the Texas Latino Redistricting Task Force in an effort to prevent the reduction of Latino voting strength in the ongoing Texas redistricting process. In the case, State of Texas v. Holder ...
Obama Latino Support Slipping
A tracking poll by impreMedia, a Hispanic news company, today indicated declining support for President Obama and the results suggest that the President and Democratic Party may face a continuing political problem in retaining Hispanic support. The survey was conducted between late July and early August, and compared results with a poll ...
Hispanic Caucus Names Recipients Of Highest Honors
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) today announced its 2011 highest honors to be awarded at its 34th Annual Awards Gala on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 in Washington. Four-time Grammy winner and legendary entertainer Vikki Carr and astronaut Jose Hernandez will each receive a 2011 Medallion of Excellence for Leadership and Community Service. U.S. Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar ...
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