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Columnist Discusses HIV/AIDS Efforts In
Black Community

September 01, 2009



Latino workers "pay with their lives", new report highlights unsafe work conditions

September 01, 2009



Program to boost minority dentists goes statewide in Massachusetts

September 01, 2009



Sec. of Ed. Addresses Leaders at Historically Black Colleges & Universities Conference

September 01, 2009



Assemblies of God Joins Hispanic National Association of Evangelicals

September 01, 2009



Latino Group Helps L.A. Children in Foster Care

September 01, 2009



Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Hails Anniversary of Emerging Leaders Series

September 01, 2009



'Inspiring Possibilities' Program Helps Support Hispanic Students

September 01, 2009



Living Positive By Design: Creating Positive Conversations

September 01, 2009

Project Runway' Designer Launches New Online Video Series to Educate About Living with HIV and AIDS and Help Combat HIV Stigma


Hispanic Host of Sabado Gigante Don Francisco To Be Keynote Presenter at Summit

September 01, 2009

His presentation will focus on the evolution of advertising in Hispanic television.


Study Shows Pancreatic Cancer Affects Blacks at Higher Rates

September 01, 2009



BEN & JERRY’S RENAMES LEGENDARY FLAVOR TO CELEBRATE FREEDOM TO MARRY

September 01, 2009

In partnership with Freedom to Marry, Ben & Jerry’s aims to raise awareness of the importance of marriage equality and, to show its support, will serve “Hubby Hubby” sundaes in Vermont Scoop Shops throughout the month of September.


Tyler Perry to Host THE TYLER PERRY SHOW

September 01, 2009

The special, taped at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta before a studio audience, features Perry interviewing Henson, Rodriguez, Knight and Winans


First Female and Minority-Owned Global Law Practice Opened

September 01, 2009

Two women lawyers - one from America; the other, Africa - bridge continents and cultures to open first-of-its-kind U.S. law firm focused on immigration law, international law, and global business law.


Black Illinois U.S. Senate candidate gets endorsements

September 01, 2009

"Cheryle brings people together from across the economic and political spectrum to solve problems facing everyday people: working and middle-class, poor and unemployed, entrepreneurs and small-business owners, the under and uninsured. She doesn't wait for permission to lead - she just leads."


Gospel Heritage Month Kicks-off

September 01, 2009

The greatest names in gospel music will be featured on-air, online and on-demand as Gospel Music Channel celebrates National Gospel Music Heritage Month across multiple platforms this September.


Immigrant Voices Should Ring Loud and Clear

September 01, 2009



Judge Certifies Lending Discrimination Class Action Suit

September 01, 2009

The suit charges that Wells Fargo consistently and knowingly discriminated against borrowers in minority neighborhoods, resulting in these borrowers paying


FESTIVAL PROMOTES CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND UNITY

September 01, 2009



Nonprofits Launch New Campaign to Boost Illinois Census Results

September 02, 2009



Bank Teller Training Program for Unemployed Latinos Gets Underway

September 02, 2009



Congressional Black Caucus Spouses To Host Charity Fashion Show

September 02, 2009



Association Holds Conference to Help Minority Lawyers Succeed

September 02, 2009



Judge Apologizes For Comments To Transgender Contestant

September 02, 2009

'If you’re going to become a woman, act like a lady. Don’t be a bird, like ‘Oh my god, I’m not doing this!’


Justice Dept. Awards $$$ to Support At Risk Youth

September 02, 2009

The Recovery Act, signed into law by President Obama, provides the Office of Justice Programs’ Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention with more than $85 million for national mentoring


HUD ANNOUNCES DISASTER ASSISTANCE FOR NEW YORK STORM VICTIMS

September 02, 2009



"Climate of Fear"
Report claims intolerance by officials in power is a nationally growing trend

September 02, 2009



California Charter School Opens with High Hopes

September 02, 2009



Justice Department Urged to Revive Its Civil Rights Enforcement Efforts

September 02, 2009



Minority Residents are an Economic Powerhouse in Georgia and Tennessee

September 02, 2009

The Immigration Policy Center has compiled research which shows that immigrants, Latinos, and Asians are an integral part of Georgia's


Research Shows Increase in Deaths from Unintentional Injuries for Blacks

September 02, 2009



HUD housing project marks neighborhood transformation

September 02, 2009

The new homes that comprise the Gardenview Estates development represent hope and opportunity for Detroit families and the city,"


Journalism Center hosts symposium on diversity in sports media

September 02, 2009

A recent study showed that only 6 percent of the nation's top print and online sports editors are minorities, and only 13 percent of sports reporters are people of color, even though the athletes they cover


University of Florida Study: Education played bigger role than race in approving gay marriage ban

September 02, 2009

The level of voters’ education — not the large numbers of blacks who turned out for the first time to cast ballots for Barack Obama — best explains the passage of a Florida law banning gay marriage


Hispanic Christian Organization Expresses Optimism Over Immigration Reform

September 02, 2009



Civil Rights Commission to Hold Public Meeting

September 02, 2009



Congressional Democrats Achieve Credibility With Latino Voters

September 02, 2009

Democrats have increased their ratings on top Latino priority issues like healthcare reform, immigration reform and jobs and the economy.


Black Businessman Annouces Candidacy for CA. Governor

September 02, 2009

When Mr. Mason was asked "Why the Governor's Office?" here's what he had to say, "...we are going to need to make sure that we put someone in there that can think outside the proverbial box."


Performing and Transforming Black Female Identities

September 03, 2009

This original exhibition examines the complicated practice of Black women disguising themselves as well as the historic trend of others camouflaging themselves as Black women


African-American Community's KFC Boycott Gets Support from Class Action Law Firm

September 03, 2009



ÁNIMO WATTS CHARTER SCHOOL OPENS IT'S DOORS

September 03, 2009



Small business owners rally for public health and immigrant inclusion

September 03, 2009



Asian MBA Leadership Conference & Career Expo Sept. 10-12

September 03, 2009



New program for students with interest in Hispanic community

September 03, 2009



Minority Enrollment Reaches Record Numbers in
Back To School Forcast

September 03, 2009



Medical Council to Host Capitol Hill Breakfast Briefing on Education and Immigration

September 03, 2009

Council for American Medical Innovation Begins a 3 part Series "The Building Blocks of Innovation" On Sept. 10th


Dr. Irving Pressley McPhail Named President of Minority Council

September 03, 2009

"Increasing the number of underrepresented minority engineering students is not only


Study shows ways to improve health initiatives among diverse communities

September 03, 2009

Childhood obesity and undernourishment affect almost a third of American children from all walks of life; this incidence is even higher among African American, Latino and Native American children


Nuclear Security Office Highlights Outreach to Minority Serving Institutions

September 03, 2009

“These institutions will play a key role in reaching our ambitious national education goals, including having the highest proportion of college graduates in the world by 2020."


EEOC wins suit over race bias in AZ.

September 03, 2009



National Summit on Latino Childhood Obesity Prevention

September 03, 2009

U.S. Surgeon General Richard H. Carmona, will call for greater research and policy action to help prevent obesity among Latino children in a keynote address Sept. 10


Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at the Smithsonian

September 03, 2009

The Smithsonian celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 with a series of performances, lectures, exhibitions, family activities and tours at various museums around the Institution


Minority-Owned Marketing Firm Tapped For NYC's 1st Gaming Venue

September 03, 2009



Nominations Sought for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award Breakfast

September 03, 2009



HBCUs AND HIGHER EDUCATION: Beyond the Iron Triangle

September 04, 2009



National Archives Hosts Conversation on African-American History

September 04, 2009



Texas school named top for Hispanics in business

September 04, 2009



EEOC OBTAINS SETTLEMENT FOR RACE HARASSMENT

September 04, 2009

Auto Mechanics Abused Black Student Apprentices and Forced One to Quit After He Complained, Federal Agency Charged


Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Highlights Latina Summit Schedule

September 04, 2009

This is a tribute to the growth and vitality of our nation’s more than 3 million Hispanic businesses and their increasing importance to our economy nationally and beyond.”


Gay Sailor Harrassed for Two Years After Refusal to Visit Prostitute

September 04, 2009

Official Navy documents confirm that after Rocha's unit mates first suspected that he is gay, they engaged in a two-year pattern of abuse including hog-tying him to a chair and pushing him, still bound, into a dog kennel full of feces


Jacksonville Councilwoman Begins "Tale of Two Cities" bus tour of impoverished Florida Zones

September 04, 2009

The current economic downturn forces all of Jacksonville to confront its ability to compete in the global economy. Access Jacksonville was developed to ensure that the leaders ofJacksonville are focused


This Day in Civil Rights History

September 04, 2009

The last American Indian warrior surrenders September 4, 1886


New Report Measures Widening Gap Between Republicans and Latino Voters

September 04, 2009

Congressional Democrats Achieve Credibility With Latino Voters; Republicans Losing Confidence on Key Issues With Latinos


Cancer Institute receives additional funding to improve access to care for minorities

September 04, 2009

Nationwide, African Americans have the highest death rate of all racial or ethnic groups, according to the American Cancer Society. In an effort to find answers to this alarming problem


As Congress returns to work, minority workers still face high unemployment

September 04, 2009

In August, the unemployment rate rose to 9.7%, with Latino unemployment increasing to 13% and Black unemployment to 15.1%.


Congressional Black Caucus Releases Health Reform Letter to President Obama

September 04, 2009

As the Members of Congress who represent the men, women and children who are disproportionately under- and uninsured, and whose health and wellness have suffered because of the numerous gaps


Asian Conference Awardees Announced

September 04, 2009



Congressional Black Caucus Hosts Benefit Reception to Raise HIV Awareness

September 04, 2009



Patient's poor health can be linked to
poor doctor-patient relationship, university study states

September 04, 2009



Threats, Legal Action in WA.'s Gay-Marriage Debate

September 08, 2009



Hispanic Consumers: Upscale and Growing!

September 08, 2009



Author Reveals Unknown History of African American Quilter

September 08, 2009



African-American churches give immigrants voice

September 08, 2009



Oklahoma minority groups link for disaster training

September 08, 2009



BRING YOUR "A" GAME - NYC Black Carpet Premiere

September 08, 2009



Meharry receives funding for program to help reduce infant mortality

September 08, 2009



Congress Urged to Support Health Care Reform that Meets the Needs of Latinos

September 08, 2009



Strokes in young blacks drain S.C.'s pocket

September 08, 2009



Hispanic Influx Causes Tensions with Blacks

September 08, 2009



Connecticut’s Recession Marked by Severe Unemployment and Racial and Ethnic Gaps

September 08, 2009



DA can keep witnesses secret in civil rights case

September 08, 2009



Exchanges get heated at forum for candidates

September 08, 2009



Striving For Diversity in the Face of a Recession

September 08, 2009



Top 60 Companies for Hispanics by Hispanic Business Magazine

September 08, 2009



Panel to discuss minority treatment by police and court system

September 08, 2009



GOP fielding female, minority candidates

September 08, 2009



Congresswoman Lee's Remarks on Health Reform Conference Call with Obama

September 08, 2009



AFRICAN AMERICAN GOLFER’S DIGEST READIES ITS GOLFFEST 2010

September 08, 2009



President Obama, First Lady to Attend Hispanic Caucus Awards

September 08, 2009



**WEBCAST** The Role of Higher Education in Improving Urban Schools

September 08, 2009

U.S. Department of Ed. Sec. Duncan to speak
Watch Here Live Thursday
3:30PM EST


Center for Black Literature Presents Free Arts Prgoram

September 08, 2009

In Association with Corridor Gallery, the National Conference of Artists-NY & Theatre for the Free People Presents a Creative Writing, Visual Arts and Performance Poetry Program for Youth and Emerging Artists.


Sotomayor officially seated on high court

September 08, 2009

With President Obama, her mother and other well-wishers in the white marble and red velvet courtroom Tuesday, Sonia Sotomayor swore to "do equal right to the poor and to the rich" as a Supreme Court justice.


GOP finds 2010 a time for choosing

September 08, 2009

From the West Coast to the East Coast, in some of the smallest and largest states in the nation, the party is currently fielding an unusually diverse crop of serious statewide candidates drawn from the seemingly


A noose and note threaten African American family

September 08, 2009

"Racism is obviously never going away but I think people need to realize we're in a new day and age and everybody needs to get along," neighbor Christina Ciara said.


"A Healthy Baby Begins With You"

September 08, 2009

Documentary about African American Infant Mortality to be released tomorrow


Author brings Lowndes Co. civil rights history to light

September 08, 2009

Historians tend to focus instead on much larger Dallas and Montgomery counties, a source of displeasure for many of the 12,600


Minority coaches shut out

September 08, 2009

There are 120 football coaches in the NCAA's top division, but only 9 of those are minorities. "Someone needs to take a chance," University of Tennessee Athletics Director Mike Hamilton said. "When that happens, maybe the glass ceiling will be broken."


Motorists claim civil rights violation in traffic stop

September 08, 2009

In the lawsuit, Kevin and Jamila Miller claim they were illegally pulled over and illegally searched and detained because they were African-Americans


Government Called Upon to
Enhance Protection for Youth

September 08, 2009



Hispanic Heritage Game Day at Univ. of Arizona

September 09, 2009



What Van Jones Tells Us About President Obama

September 09, 2009



Trailblazer in NYC pushes immigration reform

September 09, 2009



Tampa`s Urban Redevelopment Celebrates African-American Musical Heritage

September 09, 2009



Hispanics show political strength in Indiana

September 09, 2009



Blacks Determined Not to Miss Out On The
Green Economy

September 09, 2009



LA Has a New Anti-Gang Czar

September 09, 2009



Self-Assessment Health Quiz Recommended for Blacks, Elderly and Diabetics

September 09, 2009



Legislating Morality: Civil Rights and Health Reform

September 09, 2009



Filmmaker Spike Lee to Visit University of Tennessee Knoxville

September 09, 2009



**WEBCAST** The Role of Higher Education in Improving Urban Schools

September 09, 2009

U.S. Department of Ed. Sec. Duncan to speak
Watch Here Live Today
3:30PM EST


Report Shows Decline in Federal Science and Engineering Funding at Minority-Serving Institutions

September 09, 2009

In fiscal year 2007, federal agencies gave less science and engineering (S&E) funding to academic institutions that primarily serve minority students, says a new National Science Foundation report released today.


Arthur Ashe to be inducted to the U.S. Open Court of Champions

September 09, 2009

Arthur Ashe continues to inspire at the U.S. Open 16 years after his death. Ashe became the first African-American to win the men's U.S. Open singles championship in 1968, changing the face of tennis.


Poll: Blacks want Congress to make economic recovery its top priority

September 09, 2009

The poll also found 56 percent of black Americans believe economic and quality of life concerns of the black community are not adequately considered by policymakers when addressing climate issues.


Yes! Weekly: We Misquoted the Forsyth DA

September 09, 2009

The weekly newspaper quoted Keith as saying, in reference to the likelihood of African-Americans to commit violent crimes, "That's just instincts." Keith actually said, "That's just statistics."


Pittsburgh civil rights leader Adams 'risked everything' for equality

September 09, 2009

"For me, he was a hero," said Wendell Freeland, an attorney, civil rights pioneer during his military days as a Tuskegee airman, and one of the Hill District marchers


Eagle feather laws could change dramatically, depending on appeal

September 09, 2009

If the challenge is upheld and implemented, non-Natives would be able to obtain eagle feathers and parts from the


75th birthday fete set for famed black author Amiri Baraka

September 09, 2009

Celebration to highlight Baraka's social activism and his life-long involvement in the arts and politics


"Fear of a Gay Planet"

September 09, 2009

Black Opinion Leaders Address Black Manhood, Homosexuality & Civil Rights at Rev. Al Sharpton's National Conference


NY Law Ends Use of ''ORIENTAL" in Documents

September 09, 2009



Homeland Security TV Investigates Black Experience in Protecting The Homeland

September 09, 2009



Black Leaders Set The Record Straight on
Health Care Reform

September 09, 2009



MoDOT defends stimulus contract awards

September 09, 2009



Language a Barrier to Colorectal Cancer Screening in Mexican-Americans

September 09, 2009



Winner of $2 Million Broad Prize for Urban Education to be Announced

September 09, 2009



Minorities discuss self-segregation at panel

September 09, 2009



Nominations Sought For Civil Rights Hall of Fame

September 09, 2009



Migration Slowing as Recession Bites

September 09, 2009



For Virginia Beach blacks, power is still elusive

September 09, 2009



MLK's Niece Calls For Abortion Investigation By Department Of Justice

September 09, 2009



Minority small business to drive U.S. economy

September 09, 2009



"Celebration in Unity and Diversity" Highlights Presence of African Immigrants in Los Angeles

September 09, 2009



2009 Top Schools for Diversity

September 09, 2009



**Webcast** The Role of Higher Education in Improving Urban Schools

September 10, 2009

U.S. Department of Ed. Sec. Duncan to speak
Watch Here Live Today
3:30PM EST


First-of-its-Kind Spanish-Language Program To Keep Kids Off Drugs Launched

September 10, 2009



National Chain Helps Even More Hispanics Achieve Their Educational Dreams

September 10, 2009



ESSENCE & Southern Company Host Event Honoring Congresswoman Barbara Lee

September 10, 2009

ESSENCE is pleased to partner with Southern Company to celebrate African-American achievement during the important occasion of the annual Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference


Capitol Hill Briefing on 'Education & Immigration: Building Blocks of Innovation'

September 10, 2009



Combating Gang Recruitment in Chicago Public Schools

September 10, 2009

"These children are at a life-changing cross-road. Research has shown that perhaps the most powerful 'game changer' in the lives of children at this


First 'Image Achiever' Professional in the African American Business Community Honored

September 10, 2009



National Alliance for Hispanic Health Applauds President Obama's Efforts on Health Care Reform

September 10, 2009

Nation's largest network of Hispanic health advocates joins President Obama's efforts to improve access and quality of health care for all in 2009


L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center Responds to Resignation of California Assemblymember Michael Duvall

September 10, 2009



African Virtual Job Fair Attracting U.S. Firms

September 10, 2009



Human Rights Campaign Delivers Survey to Congress

September 10, 2009

Showing Overwhelming Support for Repealing Defense of Marriage Act


"A Healthy Baby Begins With You"
Documentary Brings to Light Infant Mortality Rate in Black Community

September 10, 2009



Census Bureau Reports Income Declines in Minority Households Across the Nation

September 10, 2009



Newark Kicks off Month Long School Bus Express Immunization Program

September 10, 2009



Award-winning writer John Edgar Wideman to speak at Bucknel

September 10, 2009

The Dictionary of Literary Biography notes that Wideman “has won consistent praise for his polished style and his serious consideration of contemporary issues


Former U.S. Ambassador to Honduras to Deliver Hispanic Heritage Month Keynote

September 10, 2009



Can Video Game Testing Spark Interest in Computing Among Black Youth?

September 10, 2009



Granddaughter Seeks To Save Old Black Cemetery

September 10, 2009



Program Changes Affect Minority AIDS Initiative

September 10, 2009



Brave New Foundation Demands Equality For All

September 10, 2009



Fewer residents get building jobs

September 10, 2009

The proportion of Boston residents, minorities, and women working on city construction projects has dropped sharply since Mayor Thomas M. Menino took office, even as a boom in real estate development


School District's minority record "dismal"

September 10, 2009



Minority groups reach out to Penn's 'most diverse' new students

September 10, 2009



Latina Empowerment Series next week in NJ

September 10, 2009



Civil-rights groups to protest hate-crime sentences

September 10, 2009



Claudia Pryor Malis looks at Blacks and HIV

September 10, 2009



Study says inequality causes drag on economy

September 10, 2009

According to a strategic report released by local public policy group Sustainable Pittsburgh, the economic case is clear -- in order to thrive and prosper in the global economy, the Pittsburgh Region must work to


Obama Admin. To Aid Minority-Owned
Small Businesses

September 10, 2009



N.J. Closes Racial Gap in Heart Disease Testing

September 10, 2009



Study: Educational Intervention Promotes Positive Changes For Those With Diabetes

September 10, 2009



"The Civil Rights Struggle, African-American GIs, and Germany"

September 10, 2009

A ground-breaking multimedia exhibition, acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic, that chronicles the little-known history and experience of African


Race Shown to Affect Severity of Lupus Disease

September 10, 2009



Hispanics face high cancer risk from breathing household chemical

September 11, 2009

Hispanics have a cancer risk from air pollutants as much as five times the rate of others living in the same cities. But it isn’t outdoor air posing the greatest danger; it is something much closer to home


Wisconsin Hispanic leaders disagree with boycott of upcoming census

September 11, 2009



NY man wearing KKK, Nazi shirt charged with attacking Hispanic teen

September 11, 2009



National Hispanic Medical Association Supports Universal Health Coverage

September 11, 2009



Centennial anniversary of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition this weekend

September 11, 2009

With an esteemed line-up, the symposium is poised to be an exploration of early Asian/Pacific immigration and the importance of those immigrants’ participation at the world’s fair


Asian Judge to be Elevated to Second Circuit

September 11, 2009



Call to Action for African Americans at Higher Risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis

September 11, 2009



US Education Sec. to Attend 24th Black Family Reunion

September 11, 2009

Now in its 24th year, the Black Family Reunion Celebration is a three-day cultural event celebrating traditional values in the African American family, including education and parental involvement


About Our Children.. a live event featuring Bill Cosby

September 11, 2009

Cosby and several panelists will discuss poverty in America, focusing on the parenting, education, and health issues facing the poor in the United States.


Legislation to Repeal the Defense of Marriage Act to be Introduced

September 11, 2009

Through DOMA, which was signed into law 13 years ago, on September 21, 1996, the federal government singles out legally married same-sex couples for discriminatory treatment under federal law


Travel card makes border crossing for Native Americans more secure

September 11, 2009

This agreement will strengthen safety along our borders while providing Seneca Nation members a secure and standardized ID card," said Secretary Napolitano.


UNINSURANCE AND POVERTY CONTINUE TO RISE FOR LATINOS ACCORDING TO NEW CENSUS DATA

September 11, 2009



Georgina C. Verdugo appointed director of the Office for Civil Rights

September 11, 2009



Community leaders work to get more minority students in AP, honors classes

September 11, 2009



Hispanic Civil rights leader, founder of GI Forum, to be honored next week

September 11, 2009



Four Men Sentenced for Election Night Hate
Crime Assaults

September 11, 2009



Indian farmers told not to lose hope over lawsuit

September 11, 2009



Anti-Defamation League offers recommendations to counter anti-immigrant atmosphere

September 11, 2009



Report: Income is Falling Fastest for Non-Whites

September 11, 2009



AFRICAN AMERICAN CHILDREN AT RISK FOR UNDETECTED VISION PROBLEMS

September 11, 2009

A new report by The Vision Council, Making the Grade? finds state laws regarding vision assessments for children entering school are inconsistent, which can impede childrenÂ’s ability to succeed in school


South End gay bashing now a civil rights matter

September 11, 2009



Rutgers to debate discrimination cases in free public forum

September 11, 2009



Two Charged in '75 Am. Indian Movement slaying

September 11, 2009



Professor fought for freedom during civil-rights era

September 11, 2009

That’s when the police officer’s hand closed around her throat. He threw Jones into the street, kicking


Companies Hiring in the Gay Community Despite Economic Downturn

September 11, 2009



Minorities Constitute Nearly Half of Discharges under 'Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’

September 11, 2009

The DOD discharge data – which included the Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Navy – revealed that out of 619 total DADT discharges in FY08 from these services, 279 (or just over 45%) were non-white.


Judy and Dennis Shepard to Receive 1st Edward M. Kennedy National Leadership Award

September 11, 2009



Frank Batten, Civil Rights Champion & Weather Channel Founder, Has Died

September 11, 2009



Census Facts for Hispanic Heritage Month

September 11, 2009



Washington Leaders Headline Conference "Latinos Leading in a Global Society"

September 11, 2009



National Press Club hosts fundraiser tomorrow

September 11, 2009



Asian Controller candidate hoping to make history - again

September 14, 2009

John Liu, the first Asian American elected to the City Council, hopes to make history again - as the first to hold citywide office.


What Is the Cost of Not Addressing Racial Health Disparities?

September 14, 2009

The Joint Center's Health Policy Institute will unveil a study that estimates the direct medical costs of racial inequalities in health status and access to quality care.


African-American troops awarded the highest honor

September 14, 2009

Fourteen African-American soldiers received the Medal of Honor for their gallantry during the operation, and for taking charge of


Number of Top Rated Businesses for Gay Workers Jumps Despite Tough Economy

September 14, 2009

Release of Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index begins two-week “Policy to Practice” conversation around equality in the workplace


The National Archives Hosts Panel Discussion and Documentary Screening on Landmark Segregation Case

September 14, 2009

The National Archives and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation present a panel discussion of Mendez v. Westminster, the landmark 1946 ruling which prohibited segregation in California's public schools.


Woolworth's Building In Downtown Greenville Set For Demolition

September 14, 2009

That first sit-in ended quietly. When the school bus arrived outside to take the students home, they left. However, subsequent sit-ins created the scenes iconic of the civil rights movement


Annual ride honors tribes

September 14, 2009

Bridgeport will host a kickoff rally Friday beginning at noon; daylong activities conclude with fireworks at 10 p.m. A Five Feathers Rally will


Latino HIV/AIDS Crisis Demands Attention

September 14, 2009

To educate healthcare professionals on how to improve the Latino community's access to HIV/AIDS treatment and care


GLAAD ANNOUNCES NOMINEES, SPECIAL HONOREES FOR 1st GLAAD MEDIA AWARDS IN ADVERTISING

September 14, 2009

The GLAAD Media Awards in Advertising will recognize and honor individuals and projects in the advertising and marketing industries for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual


SCORE Awards Celebrate America's Minority Small Businesses

September 14, 2009

Each year, SCORE recognizes outstanding volunteerism on behalf of both SCORE and the small business community through its Lou Campanelli Award


Too Few Latinos Get Colorectal Cancer Tests

September 14, 2009



7 Million Babies and Children and 6 Million Hispanics in the U.S. Have Acid Reflux

September 14, 2009



How much are Obama critics' views colored
by race?

September 14, 2009



Seeking Healing, Seeing Hostility

September 14, 2009



No Increase in Poverty Rate for African Americans, Though it Remains Higher than Other Minorities

September 14, 2009



Tribal Economic Development Bonds to be Awarded to More than 50 Tribes Nationally

September 14, 2009



REPORT: CNN's Lou Dobbs problem and the immigration debate

September 14, 2009



Hispanic Professional Engineers Announces 2009 Star Award Recipients

September 14, 2009



Logo 'Goes Dark' in Support of LGBT 'National Equality March 2009' in Washington, D.C.

September 14, 2009



Minority business council announces awards: 'Celebrating the Stars of Supplier Diversity' finalists

September 14, 2009



Black Publishers Cry Racism Over Wilson Outburst, Join Boycott of South Carolina

September 14, 2009



Film explores civil rights struggle in Florida

September 14, 2009



Census Count of Same-Sex Couples to Stir
Policy Fights

September 14, 2009



Civil rights trailblazer Harvey Adams Jr. laid to rest

September 14, 2009



Despite Economic Hurdles Immigrants Strive to
Become U.S. Citizens

September 14, 2009



Mississippi may require civil-rights instruction

September 14, 2009



Black rookie coach hopes to lift school's profile

September 14, 2009



Outside the Superstar Spotlight, Minorities Struggle With Obesity

September 14, 2009



The Autopsy of Black Business in North Minneapolis

September 14, 2009



Establishing boundaries, protecting citizens

September 14, 2009



From The University of Hawaii: Prostate cancer risk patterns vary by ethnicity

September 14, 2009



Matthew Shepard's murder made his mom
an activist

September 14, 2009



Obama to host African leaders

September 15, 2009



Does racism drive anti-Obama protests?

September 15, 2009



Report: How Black, Latina and Asian-American Women Are Driving Change in Consumer Economy

September 15, 2009



Free Online Resources Help Educators Bring National Hispanic Heritage Month Lessons to Life

September 15, 2009



Soledad O’Brien to be Honored at Hispanic Caucus Awards Gala

September 15, 2009

More than 40 Members of Congress, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, are confirmed to attend


Bridge project needs separate minority hiring goals

September 15, 2009



100 Black Men of America Partners to Advance Innovative Education Reform

September 15, 2009



Hispanic Scholarship Fund Announces Inductees Into 2009 Alumni Hall of Fame

September 15, 2009



Institute for Latino Studies celebrates 10yrs.

September 15, 2009



Rutgers Hosts Screening of Documentary Film Chronicling Landmark 14th Amendment Case

September 15, 2009



Minority and Women Owned Law Firm Conference to Convene In Chicago on October 5-7, 2009

September 15, 2009



Racism Marched at Taxpayer March

September 15, 2009



Ex-Mayor of Memphis Starts Bid for Congress, Invoking Race in Campaign

September 15, 2009



Gift Helps Minority Scholars Attend UT Dallas

September 15, 2009



Extension of Nat'l Emergency Could Benefit
Gay Troops

September 15, 2009



The Thurgood Marshall College Fund Releases 8th Annual Public HBCU Demographic Study

September 15, 2009



Catholic Legal Immigration Network Appoints New Executive Director

September 15, 2009



Census Bureau Applauded for Severing Ties
with ACORN

September 15, 2009



Black Patients Have Lower Rate of Survival After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest

September 15, 2009

Compared with white patients, black patients who have an in-hospital cardiac arrest are significantly less likely to survive to


Senator Gillibrand Condemned for Voting to Continue Funding ACORN

September 15, 2009

These seven Senators, who I’m now calling the ‘Sordid Seven,’ including Senator Gillibrand, ought to be held to account


After 8 months, The Empowerment Experiment shows power of black dollar

September 15, 2009

Now in its third quarter, 18 families unite with the Andersons to make a national statement advancing Black economic


Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. to Discuss Legacy of Civil Rights Movement

September 15, 2009

A noted speaker and frequent guest on major national and radio broadcasts, Jordan will discuss the legacy of the civil rights movement – its successes and failures


I'ntl. Hispanic Soap Star Shares her Story of Cancer Survival

September 15, 2009

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers among Hispanic women, who are 2.7 times more likely to have stage IV breast cancer at the time of diagnosis


Big Brothers Big Sisters Issues a Call to Serve More Hispanic Children

September 15, 2009

Many of our Hispanic "Littles" come from immigrant families," Cortez said. "They are adjusting to the nuances of American culture and often face great challenges that make them highly at-risk. You don't need to speak Spanish, although it can be helpful


The Un-Banging of Middle America

September 15, 2009

To chase street gangs out of suburbia, adults will have to make a dramatic change: They'll have to start paying attention to the culture their children live in.


Carter’s Racism Charge Sparks War of Words

September 16, 2009



NASA AWARDS GRANTS TO MINORITY UNIVERSITIES

September 16, 2009



Texas School Wins Top Urban Education Award

September 16, 2009

The 2009 Broad Prize for Urban Education, the largest education award in the country, brings with it $1 million in college scholarships, The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation announced today


New Data on Great Recession in New York

September 16, 2009

"Black men typically have higher unemployment rate than other groups. But this jump of ten percentage points is an eye-popping increase from just a year ago. Black men are clearly bearing a disproportionate impact of the job loss in New York."


Ohio Congress approves Equal Housing and Employment Act

September 16, 2009



ACORN ANSWERS BACK

September 16, 2009



Warren Institute: Enforcement of Immigration Laws Led to Racial Profiling

September 16, 2009



Latino Commission on AIDS Launches Campaign for National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

September 16, 2009



Letter found that led to Indians' 'Trail
of Tears'

September 16, 2009

Nearly 180 years ago, President Andrew Jackson handed a letter to a military officer with a message for two American Indian tribes: Leave Mississippi and Alabama, or else


Minority juveniles held in detention decreases

September 16, 2009



University Council policy to benefit minorities

September 16, 2009



Lawsuit Against Redskins Name May Go To Supreme Court

September 16, 2009

Can a team with a name that goes back to 1932 be forced to throw it away?


MINORITY HEALTH GROUP CREATES TRACKER TO FOCUS ON PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE

September 16, 2009



Liberals Opposed to Extending Taxpayer Funded Healthcare to Illegal Immigrants

September 16, 2009



STUDY FINDS LATINA LAWYERS ARE "FEW AND FAR BETWEEN"

September 16, 2009

Latinas currently make up 7% of the total U.S. population and are part of the largest and fastest-growing ethnic minority group in the United States -- yet represent only 1.3% of the nation's lawyers,


Democratic National Party Commemorates Hispanic Heritage Month

September 16, 2009



NEW ENCYCLOPEDIA CITES FIVE CENTURIES OF BLACK WRITING ACHIEVEMENTS

September 16, 2009



Panel: News organizations need more diversity

September 16, 2009



Unequal Opportunity Lenders? Analyzing Racial Disparities in Big Banks’ Higher-Priced Lending.

September 16, 2009

The practice of originating high-priced mortgages for minority borrowers was particularly prevalent among the 14 banks and subsidaries analyzed in this report


Former "Black Panther" David Horowitz warns about sixties-style radicalism

September 16, 2009

"What if someone worked for The Black Panthers, cut their ties, publicly referred them as radical murderers and somehow lived to tell the story? Well then you would have just one part of the amazing life story of David Horowitz.


Report: Augusta minority businesses don't get
fair shake

September 16, 2009



Replay:The Role of Higher Education in Improving Urban Schools

September 16, 2009

In Case You Missed Our Live Coverage of the Event


Latino Residents Get Help to Become Citizens

September 16, 2009



Charleston School District Staff Interviewed during discrimination investigation

September 16, 2009



HHS Sec. makes reform commitment to Indians

September 16, 2009



Human Rights Campaign Praises the Nomination of Commissioner of EEOC

September 16, 2009



NYC GAY CENTER NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

September 16, 2009



Human Rights Watch: Adopt Stronger Laws for
Child Farmworkers

September 16, 2009



La Raza joins campaign aimed at CNN's Lou Dobbs tonight advertisers

September 16, 2009

"Words have consequences and lives are at stake. The Latino community knows all too well the effect extreme and polarizing rhetoric can have."


Idaho Meth Project targets minorities

September 16, 2009



LA. Civil-rights groups protest sentences

September 16, 2009



"Out To Work" Job Fair Tomorrow

September 16, 2009



TOWN HALL ON EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE FOR HISPANIC AMERICANS FRIDAY IN D.C.

September 17, 2009

Friday's event is a targeted conversation with national Hispanic and education associations and scholars.


LA RAZA ALMA AWARDS EVEN BIGGER FOR 2009

September 17, 2009

This year’s revamped 2009 ALMA Awards® will showcase more Latino talent in more arenas than ever before.


Wrestling legends to give anti-drug and anti-gang message to Newark youth

September 17, 2009

It was announced that National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) professional and amateur wrestlers will swing into action for a “Back to School” celebration with live matches at the John F. Kennedy Recreation Center on


Workshops Help Hispanic Families With the College Application Process

September 17, 2009

Many of these children will be the first in their families to go to college," said Frank D. Alvarez, HSF President & CEO. "Our goal is to provide parents and students with the essential tools to help guide them through the


"So You Think You Can Dance" to include same sex couple

September 17, 2009

During their segment, dancers Jacob and Willem discuss wanting to audition despite what previously happened with a same-sex dance pair to illustrate that there is "a


The National Hispana Leadership Institute Honors Latinas in Public Service

September 17, 2009

Honorees Included Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis, Congresswomen and Presidential Appointees, and Nominees


August Wilson Center for African American Culture opens today

September 17, 2009

"August Wilson was a 'first voice' artist, meaning that he was an African American telling African-American stories. The August Wilson Center is a 'first voice' organization to interpret, present, explore and celebrate arts and culture from the African-American canon as well as from Africa and the diaspora from an African-American perspective or aesthetic,


Dept. Of Corrections Lifts Ban On 'Books Behind Bars' Program, Recognizes Inmates' Rights

September 17, 2009

The policy change came a day after The Rutherford Institute sent a letter to Director Johnson charging that the months-long restriction on Books Behind Bars amounted to an unwarranted and clear violation


GA. Senator Announces Restraining Order Against Hospital

September 17, 2009

In the order, Grady cannot refuse treatment to patients, move them to other states for services or offer to relocate immigrant patients to their home countries.


Minority Women in San Diego "Less Likely to receive cancer screenings"

September 17, 2009



Hispanic Bishops Meet With Latino Legislators on Policy Issues Most Affecting Hispanics

September 17, 2009



George Mason University Hosts Conference to Explore African Identities in the "Age of Obama"

September 17, 2009



Past Injustice toward Chinese Amer. Acknowledged

September 17, 2009



Study Finds Racial Inequalities Cost U.S. Health System
Over $50 Billion a Year

September 17, 2009



Learn Why and How General Mills is doubling it's Hispanic advertising budget

September 17, 2009



College Students; Health Care’s Invisible Minority

September 17, 2009



Spelman College to host "Radical Sisters" lectures

September 17, 2009



EEOC wins racial harassment suit against Phoenix credit card processing company

September 17, 2009



Blacks at Higher Risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis or Blood Clots

September 17, 2009



Victories Across City Resonate in Chinatown

September 17, 2009



Valley's Latino and black students lag other areas

September 17, 2009



Analysis: Mayoral primary win fueled by African-American base

September 17, 2009



Americans United says "D.C. voucher scheme should be allowed to expire"

September 17, 2009



Bill to Help Disabled AZ. Native Veterans Keep Housing Assistance Introduced

September 17, 2009



Suit claims state falsified report to Civil
Rights Commission

September 17, 2009



ACORN to Review Incidents

September 17, 2009



Immigration Policy Center releases a series of Perspectives on birthright citizenship

September 17, 2009



Pew Hispanic Center profiles five largest Hispanic populations in the US

September 17, 2009



DRACONIAN REFORM PROPOSALS MAY THREATEN HEALTH CARE FOR ALL AMERICANS, SAYS LA RAZA

September 17, 2009



National Poll: Most Believe Immigration Adversely Affects Quality and Cost of Healthcare

September 17, 2009



In a first for Mass., Obama nominates Hispanic woman as US attorney

September 18, 2009



Hispanic pride

September 18, 2009

September doesn't just begin the fall or the school year. It's also known for the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, which


New Report Paints Landscape of LA. 4 yrs. After Katrina

September 18, 2009

The average life span for African Americans in Louisiana today (72.2 years) is shorter than that of Colombians, Vietnamese and Venezuelans. The average life span of an African American in New Orleans is 69.3 years, nearly as low as life expectancy in North Korea.


Trooper promotion system is 'flawed'

September 18, 2009

A new promotion system for Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol officers still runs the risk of discriminating against African-American troopers, the head of a civil rights group said Thursday.


Prostate Cancer Guide for African-American Men and Their Families Now Available

September 18, 2009



Local minorities urged to unite for equal opportunity in schools

September 18, 2009



AFRICAN AMERICAN DAY PARADE SUNDAY

September 18, 2009

The purpose of the parade is to provide an opportunity for African people to join together on a Special Day to highlight our history and salute African people throughout America and the world for their outstanding achievements.


Appeals Court Finds Widespread Failure by EPA to Investigate Civil Rights Complaints

September 18, 2009



Grant will provide outreach to immigrants

September 18, 2009



Study: Racial Health Disparities Cost $229 Billion From 2003-2006

September 18, 2009



Latin Grammy Award Nominees Announced

September 18, 2009

"Latin music is very much alive and well and in this, our milestone 10th year, the Latin GRAMMY nominations continue to reflect


New Stimulus Funds will make Black & Latino Communities Healthier

September 18, 2009

This new funding will throw a lifeline to millions of Black and Latino children and their parents and help create healthier communities across America


L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's 38th Anniversary Gala: Escape Reality for Night of Outrageous Humor

September 18, 2009



Hispanic Television Summit to be Featured During Advertising Week 2009

September 18, 2009



"Hispanic Achievement Gap Persists"
Princeton's Tomás Rivera Lecture 2009

September 18, 2009



Latino Gay History Project Honors Leaders & La Clinica del Pueblo

September 18, 2009



Hispanic national convention brings youth entrepreneurial leaders to Denver

September 18, 2009

High school students from local Denver schools are participating in a rigorous business and leadership development curriculum and are experiencing the excitement of USHCC convention programs like the


THE 2009 NATIONAL COUNCIL OF LA RAZA ALMA AWARDS AIRS TONIGHT

September 18, 2009



Professor’s Biography Returns Civil Rights Leader to Prominence

September 18, 2009



NATIONAL BLACK MBA ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE & EXPOSITION IN NEW ORLEANS NEXT WEEK

September 18, 2009



Harvard Humanists Honor Lt. Dan Choi for Commitment to Equal Rights

September 18, 2009



Women warriors take on domestic violence and sexual assault

September 18, 2009

The level of violence against women and children in the U.S. is appalling, and the numbers for Native American women and children are staggering.


College of Medicine Among Top 10 Medical Schools for Hispanics

September 18, 2009



Tuskegee Airmen help debut scholarship

September 18, 2009



Wells Fargo Hired Trusted Black Figures to Allegedly Draw Minorities to High-Rate Loans

September 18, 2009

Tavis Smiley Headlined Seminars Targeting African Americans


Immigration Policy Center: Senate "Heavy on Rhetoric, Short on Policy"

September 18, 2009



House Passage of Defund ACORN Act "A Victory for American Taxpayers"

September 18, 2009



SEC. OF EDUCATION DUNCAN: ACT WILL SUPPORT BLACK COLLEGES

September 18, 2009



IL Congressman Gutierrez "Steps Up"

September 18, 2009



Groups Push to End Hiring Bias Legalized for Religious Charities

September 18, 2009



About Our Children.. a live event featuring Bill Cosby

September 18, 2009

Cosby and several panelists will discuss poverty in America, focusing on the parenting, education, and health issues facing


BET Networks Enters Into Partnership with Live Nation

September 21, 2009

BET Networks today announced that they have teamed up with the world's largest live music company, Live Nation, to produce a series of U.S. club and theater tours including


THE WORST COMPANIES FOR HISPANICS?

September 21, 2009

The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility implements a strategy to refine its measurement of Hispanic Inclusion at Fortune 500 companies in the areas of employment, procurement philanthropy and governance.


Professor Links American Gynecology to Slavery, Irish Immigration

September 21, 2009

Cooper Owens will be discussing "My comparative race study on enslaved women and poor Irish immigrant women who lived during the antebellum era in the South and in the North. We'll glimpse into the


Congressional Black Caucus Foundation kicks off Annual Legislative Conference

September 21, 2009

Wednesday, the 23rd, at the U.S. Capitol
Click Here to view the agenda for the summit


Conference targets tribal violence, gangs

September 21, 2009

A reported 225 gangs in Navajo territory is one of several factors expected to propel dialogue when federal Justice Department officials convene today in Albuquerque.


Hispanic Students Across the Country to Receive Nearly $500,000 in Scholarships

September 21, 2009

The scholarship program is one of many programs Verizon and its philanthropic arm, the Verizon Foundation, have in place to support the Hispanic community.


Chicago police scandal: 1st guilty pleas in cop scandal

September 21, 2009

In one theft, Maka and Pratscher, allegedly working with Finnigan, pulled over a man at a South Side gas station in September 2004 because he was Hispanic and was driving an expensive car with out-of-state license plates


100 Black Men of America Partners to Advance Innovative Education Reform

September 21, 2009

One of the nation’s premier organizations mentoring, educating and empowering young people; and EdisonLearning - the leading public school innovator and partner for school districts and charter schools


Forgotten News About the University of Illinois

September 21, 2009

Upon review, the summary for minority participation is shameful, with fewer than 20 black board members serving their appointment terms.


GOP chief hints racism involved in Obama,
Paterson controversy

September 21, 2009



First African-American curator at LA County Museum of Art

September 21, 2009



First black woman to win the Dem. nomination for city's mayor decides to stay in the race

September 21, 2009



Attack Could Spur New Hate Crime Law

September 21, 2009



Latino Theater Company Holds Annual Gala at L.A. Theatre Center Oct. 3

September 21, 2009



Lactose Intolerance Has a Serious Impact on the Health of Latinas

September 21, 2009



Lawsuit Alleging Race Discrimination Against Youth Basketball Program Director Settled

September 21, 2009



Racial Disparities in Diabetes Prevalence
Linked to Living Conditions

September 21, 2009



Senate Committee Holds Roundtable on Minority Contracting Opportunities

September 21, 2009



Hispanic Evangelicals Push Back on "Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric" in Health Care Debate

September 21, 2009



Dept. of Ed. Funds Expand Buffalo's South Asian Studies Program

September 21, 2009



American Indian Conference to Focus on Health

September 21, 2009



Obama States Race Not Cause of Health Care Anger

September 21, 2009



Racially charged killing ignites Ill. community

September 21, 2009



Before Victories on Ballot, a Fight to Be Able to Read It

September 21, 2009



Return Artifacts To Tribes, Fed Appointee Says

September 21, 2009



Teachers pressured by Obama, minorities

September 21, 2009



Black Infant Mortality Points to Moms' Crying Need

September 21, 2009



Obama administration makes new promise on Indian health

September 21, 2009



DC Congresswoman Hosts "What Has Happened To Marriage in the Black Community?"

September 21, 2009



NAACP Seeks to Broaden Base, Work with
Ethnic Media

September 21, 2009



Cracker Barrel Refuses to Relinquish Video of Atlanta-Area, Hate-Crime Beating

September 22, 2009



Traveling Exhibit Asks "Why Race is a $50 Billion Reality for the U.S. Health System"

September 22, 2009



CURRENT ECONOMIC RECOVERY IS CRUSHING BLACK AMERICA

September 22, 2009



Economic, Community and Political Leaders to Confront "Wealth Gap"

September 22, 2009



The Real Questions About Immigrants and Health Insurance Reform

September 22, 2009



Congresswoman Lee to Chair United Nations Forum on Minority Issues

September 22, 2009



Tennessee Appeals Court Unanimously Upholds Rights Of Lesbian Mom

September 22, 2009



Immigration Raids Benefit Legal Workers

September 22, 2009



Outgoing civil rights chairman alleges discrimination by mayor

September 22, 2009



Retired Justice Finney cites need for 'enlightened leadership' during NAACP banquet

September 22, 2009



Indian tribes to get stimulus funds to fight crime

September 22, 2009



Southern Christian Leadership Conference renews call for enactment of federal hate crimes legislation

September 22, 2009



"Scholar of Honor" Scholarships to be Awarded to Vets Attending Black Colleges

September 22, 2009



NY Congressman Probes Economic Plight of Minorities in Recession

September 22, 2009



National Organization For Women Endorses National Equality March

September 22, 2009



13th Annual Urbanworld Film Festival to Premiere "Mama I Want To Sing"

September 22, 2009



Library of Congress Will Receive Stories Collected from Latinos Across the Country

September 22, 2009



HUD OFFERS $10 MILLION FOR CLEAN UP OF DANGEROUS LEAD IN HOUSING

September 22, 2009



Obama Administration to aid minority-owned small businesses

September 22, 2009



New center dedicated to study of American Indians

September 22, 2009



LATINO Magazine to Host Latino Issues Forum on Health

September 22, 2009

To explore the impact of health reform on the Latino community, LATINO Magazine will present a Latino Issues Forum at 5:30 PM on Wednesday, September 23 at the St. Regis Hotel


ADDRESSING THE STD EPIDEMIC AMONG AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN

September 22, 2009

African Americans make up approximately 12 percent of the U.S. population, but, in 2007, they accounted for 51 percent of new HIV/AIDS diagnoses.


ACORN "Independent inquiry will be aggressive, thorough, and far-reaching"

September 22, 2009



LA RAZA SUPPORTS NATIONAL BACK TO SCHOOL DREAM ACT DAY OF ACTION

September 22, 2009

The DREAM Act Day of Action is an opportunity to reflect on the challenges faced by students, families, and communities across


HOW THE ECONOMY AFFECTS CHILDREN’S HEALTH

September 22, 2009

The percentage of children living in poverty increased among Asian (from 12.7% to 15.0%), Latino (28.7% to 30.5%) and American Indian (25.7% to 31.3%), while there was no notable increase among white and black children


Hispanic Host of Sabado Gigante Don Francisco To Be Keynote Presenter at Summit

September 22, 2009

His presentation will focus on the evolution of advertising in Hispanic television


CT. Family Asset and Opportunity Scorecard

September 22, 2009

Connecticut has among the worst racial and ethnic inequalities in family assets in the nation. For example, the median net worth of white-headed households in Connecticut is 65 times the median net


THIS DAY IN CIVIL RIGHTS HISTORY

September 22, 2009

President Lincoln Issues the Emancipation Proclamation
September 22, 1862


REPORT ON LOW-INCOME AND MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS

September 22, 2009

Management Attention to Long-standing Concerns is Needed to Improve Education’s Oversight of Grant Programs


International Civil Rights Center & Museum Announces Exhibits & Artifacts

September 22, 2009

The centerpiece of the Museum will be the historic lunch counter and the original stools where four N.C. A & T freshmen sat down in nonviolent protest on Feb. 1, 1960, and ignited the sit-in movement.


Homeownership fell in '08; Asians hit worst

September 22, 2009

Asians, many of them living in foreclosure-ravaged California, suffered the sharpest drop in homeownership last year, eclipsing declines felt by whites, blacks and Hispanics, according to new Census


For Congressional Black Caucus, the joy is tempered by worry

September 23, 2009



Parks, diversity need each other

September 23, 2009



Chicago Lutheran Congregation On Gay Pastors "Takes Matters Into Their Own Hands"

September 23, 2009



NCLR SUPPORTS NATIONAL BACK TO SCHOOL DREAM ACT DAY OF ACTION

September 23, 2009



IMPACT Hosts the 4th Annual Reception for Young Leaders and Young Black Professionals

September 23, 2009



Hispanic Community Urged to Donate Blood

September 23, 2009



Immigrant Population Falls in CA and Nationwide

September 23, 2009



TAVIS SMILEY RESPONDS TO ONLINE FERVOR, "IGNORES LAWSUIT ALLEGATIONS"

September 23, 2009



DEA, Partners Attack Notorious L.A. Avenues Gang

September 23, 2009



New Museum of Chinese in America Opens in NYC

September 23, 2009



American Labor Movement Calls for Full Inclusion of Gay Workers

September 23, 2009



Immigrants’ Health Coverage and Health Reform: Key Questions and Answers

September 23, 2009



Black Faces Covered On Civil Rights Mural

September 23, 2009



Texas Tech Announces October Event Schedule for Gay Awareness

September 23, 2009



Immigrants, Latinos, and Asians in Arkansas

September 23, 2009



Majority of Workers Still Hide Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity at Work

September 23, 2009



MORE THAN $108.8 MILLION IN EARLY READING FIRST GRANTS AWARDED

September 23, 2009



NY CONGRESSMAN TOWNS TO HOST FORUM ON MENTAL HEALTH AND YOUTH VIOLENCE

September 23, 2009



Twin Cities Healthy Start awarded $4.6 million over next five years

September 23, 2009



Health Care Leads the News; Race Re-Emerges
as a Story

September 23, 2009



Minorities May Shun Cervical Cancer Vaccine

September 23, 2009



Schedule for Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Weekend

September 23, 2009

The conference brings together diverse organizations and individuals to collectively discuss common issues and concerns. Its program includes more than 70 workshops


Asian-American Women More Likely To Attempt Suicide

September 23, 2009

Almost 16 percent of all U.S.-born Asian-American women have contemplated suicide in their lifetimes — compared to 13 percent of all Americans — according to new findings by the University of Washington


Police work to improve Hispanic relations

September 23, 2009

A recent Battle Creek area survey shows 64 percent of Hispanics do not believe police treat them with respect and 77 percent believe the police will ask them for immigration papers even during routine traffic stops.


Indian border ID solution in limbo

September 23, 2009

... a problem for local American Indians, who say they have a right to visit their relatives, attend ceremonies or even go on vacation across the border in Canada with nothing more than their tribal identification cards.


H1N1 Virus depleting minorities' health and pockets

September 23, 2009

The reason for the difference in severity has been linked to Blacks / Latinos’ high incidents of asthma and complications stemming from that condition.


Information reveals persistent underrepresentation of blacks and Hispanic audiences

September 23, 2009

MRC found “persistent problems” with Arbitron’s minority sample audiences across the country. For example, New York City 2008 census data indicates African Americans comprised 25 percent


Pa. finds bias at Montco swim club

September 23, 2009

The Valley Club acted out of "racial animus" in telling campers not to return, a report said.


University of North Carolina honored for commitment to diversity

September 23, 2009

The award is attributed in part to diversity education and training available to all campus units, recruitment of students from historically underrepresented populations and academic, social and support


Ads target local Hispanic market, features Mexican soccer player on outdoor ads

September 23, 2009

Marketing experts say having the billboards feature a Mexican soccer player rather than a hometown sports figure speaks to the region’s large Hispanic marketplace and its ties to Mexico, where the national


Research Illustrates How Minorities Lost More Economic Ground Than Whites During The Recession

September 23, 2009



ACLU Sues over Gang Injunction

September 24, 2009



National Hispanic Organization Launches Small Business Forum

September 24, 2009



Congressman Seeks Inquiry Into Navy's Anti-Gay Abuse

September 24, 2009

The letter asks the Navy to provide "any information relevant to the assault and battery of Petty Officer Third Class Joseph Rocha and the promotion of Chief Petty Officer Michael Toussaint to the rank of Senior


Usher Donates $1 Million to the Launch of 'Powered by Service'

September 24, 2009

President Clinton recognizes Usher Raymond IV for launching the international Powered By Service initiative alongside a diverse group of partners and supporters inspiring youth to serve.


Briar Cliff University to Honor Siouxland Indian Child Welfare Trainees

September 24, 2009

“Briar Cliff is the only university in this elite group which focuses entirely on developing social workers for Native American child welfare.”


Dalai Lama: King assassination site sad, inspiring

September 24, 2009

The Tibetan spiritual leader was in Memphis to receive the International Freedom Award from the National Civil Rights Museum, which incorporates the site of the Lorraine Motel.


Joint Center Releases Policy Recommendations Aimed at Increasing Digital Adoption in Communities of Color

September 24, 2009

Broadband Imperatives for African Americans: Policy Recommendations to Increase Digital Adoption for Minorities and their Communities, which was produced through a collaboration between the Joint Center


Community Day, Reunion and Homecoming Weekend for University at Albany

September 24, 2009

Colin Powell, Paul Krugman Lectures, Harvey Milk Tribute Highlight


Atlanta baptist student union choir to perform at national competition

September 24, 2009



BET NEWS PRESENTS CRITICAL CONDITION: WHAT'S AT STAKE IN HEALTH CARE REFORM

September 24, 2009

BET News will offer the African American perspective to the debate on health-care reform in a one-hour national forum


Ohio State study: Young people doing fine when it comes to saving money

September 24, 2009

Marketing programs pushing people to save should target middle-income black households, single women, and those who are less educated, the results suggest


Study Shows Persistent Pattern of Discrimination Against Gay and Lesbian Employees

September 24, 2009



Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. and ASGE Host Issue Forum on Blacks and Colorectal Cancer

September 24, 2009



Boy Scouts of America executive to serve on panel discussing diversity at the senior level

September 24, 2009



Civil Liberites Union Argues Racial Discrimination in Election Process

September 24, 2009



Kaiser Profile of American Indians and Alaska Natives and Their Health Coverage

September 24, 2009



ACORN Sues Over Damaging Video

September 24, 2009



Agency Head Addresses Congressional Black Caucus on Poverty-Fighting Efforts

September 24, 2009



NYC Mayor Announces Increase in Minority- and Woman-Owned Enterprise Program Contracts

September 24, 2009



Arbitron "disappointed" over minority radio
data findings

September 24, 2009



NAACP Leader Endorses NY Aquaduct Project Redevelopment Team

September 24, 2009



AFL-CIO Building and Construction Trades Partners with American Indian Councils

September 24, 2009



Census Boycott Splits Latinos

September 24, 2009



"Westchester will be a model for the entire nation in dealing with fair and affordable housing"

September 24, 2009



Pa. agency in pool case has fought bias for years

September 24, 2009



Asian Politician Has A Reputation for
His Outspokenness

September 24, 2009



Minorities Less Likely to Have Blood Pressure Under Control Study Finds

September 24, 2009



New Survey: Black and Hispanic Consumers Say Their Money Habits Have Permanently Changed

September 24, 2009



U.S. House Holds Hearing on Employment Non-Discrimination Act

September 24, 2009



Justice Dept. to Address Backlog of Civil
Rights Complaints

September 25, 2009



"Six out of Ten US Hispanic Adults Lack Health Insurance", Report States

September 25, 2009



National Conference of Black Mayors Celebrates Annual Convention

September 25, 2009

"Working Together Works." Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman and Convention Host Committee Chair Commissioner Lawrence Weekly will welcome more than 2,000 attendees


Girl Scouts of the USA Joins Others in Signing Diversity Compact

September 25, 2009

"Girl Scouts has a longstanding commitment to diversity, since its very inception in 1912. It's evident in our employee hiring and recruitment practices, our National Board appointments, and our efforts to reach


Al Sharpton to Join Ed. Sec. Duncan in Phila. to Bolster Reform in Schools

September 25, 2009

This is the first of several cities they will tour this fall to expose educational challenges, highlight bold reforms and rally support for greater transparency and accountability in all schools, higher learning standards, lifting restrictions on the growth of high-quality charter schools, turning around low-performing schools, and improving principal and teacher quality.


"Red, Brown and Black," a conversation

September 25, 2009

Motivational speaker, poet and storyteller Bobby Gonzalez will present the discussion focusing on the relations between Latinos, Native Americans and African-Americans, on Friday, Oct. 2, at Rowan University, N.J.


National Minority AIDS Council to Announce New AIDS Education Initiative

September 25, 2009

The reception will be held to raise awareness about the disproportionate impact of HIV in African American communities nationwide, andWashington, D.C. in particular, and to support AIDS education initiatives at


This Day in Civil Rights History

September 25, 2009

Central High School integrated
September 25, 1957


Locals honored for breaking a color barrier

September 25, 2009

“They didn’t want to pay us the same price or give us the same protection they were giving white stuntmen, and a lot of guys were getting hurt.”


SUNDAY IS NATIONAL GAY MEN’S HIV/AIDS AWARENESS DAY

September 25, 2009

CDC numbers reveal that gay men and men who have sex with men (MSM) only group in U.S. still facing rising HIV infection rates


Ella Joyce's "A Rose Among Thorns", a Tribute to Rosa Parks

September 25, 2009

The play intimately captures the famous moment in the life of Rosa Parks, affectionately called "Mother of the Civil Rights Movement


Despite increased health threat, new study finds low concern about flu among Hispanics

September 25, 2009



Dr. Sanjay Gupta to Highlight Health
Disparities Conference

September 25, 2009



President Obama, First Lady to Attend Congressional Black Caucus Awards Dinner

September 25, 2009



Black Pastors to Back Health Care Bills

September 25, 2009



Students see world changing, but still feel the sting of racism

September 25, 2009



Hispanic Students Gain National Competitive Edge

September 25, 2009



La Raza in Chicago Creates a College Path for 45 Students in Disadvantaged Communities

September 25, 2009



N.J. tries to push stimulus funds to minorities

September 25, 2009



Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit against HUD to Obtain ACORN Documents

September 25, 2009



PA. City Councilman targets banks' service
to minorities

September 25, 2009



PEW research report: Black-White Conflict Isn’t Society's Largest

September 25, 2009



In Hard Times, Charities Urged to Do More to Recruit Minority Workers and Volunteers

September 25, 2009



History is Made With the Miami Herald's First Hispanic Editorial Page Editor

September 25, 2009



LATIN GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS PROGRAMS OFFERED ACROSS THE COUNTRY

September 25, 2009



Montgomery's Civil Rights Memorial Center: a must-see in the South

September 25, 2009



U.S. opens civil rights probe of swimming pool

September 25, 2009



Heads Of Indian Health Service, Hispanic Doctors Speak Out On Reform

September 25, 2009



Civil rights organizations oppose Arizona’s mandatory E-Verify law

September 25, 2009



"Speed Sisters" Host Breast Cancer Fundraiser at Howard Univ.

September 25, 2009



National Center on African-Amercian Marriages and Parenting

September 28, 2009

Live Webcast
Summit of Marriage, Parenting and Families
From Hampton University
11:30 AM EST Tuesday & Wednesday


Ranger yearns for more diversity at national parks

September 28, 2009



Federal judge dismisses civil rights suit against Camp Hill police

September 28, 2009



Congressional Black Caucus Urges Blacks
to Go Green

September 28, 2009



TN civil rights panel disbanded

September 28, 2009



22nd Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards to honor Latino leaders

September 28, 2009



Native Conference focuses on opportunities for health care reform

September 28, 2009



Tribes face funding and training hurdles at jails

September 28, 2009



Treasury Awards $4.4 Million for Native Americans

September 28, 2009



First black woman to serve on L.A. Police Commission dies

September 28, 2009



Finalists Shine at Michigan Minority Business Development Council Annual Awards

September 28, 2009

This sold out event is a celebration of the extraordinary achievements of the stars of supplier diversity. City of Detroit Mayor, Dave Bing will be in attendance.


Thurgood Marshall College Fund Announces 2009 Honorees

September 28, 2009

The 2009 Honorees share the common theme of hope and motivation. The awards will celebrate their achievements and recognize the honorees as the country's foremost


Immigrant Businesses Try to Beat Recession Blues

September 28, 2009

Small businesses are the backbone of immigrant communities and of local economies, so it’s no wonder that they are feeling the effects of the nation’s economic downturn. As customers feel the pinch


Chicago AIDS charity facing scrutiny over spending

September 28, 2009

The August 2005 passage of the African American HIV/AIDS Response Fund law, which Howard co-sponsored, laid the groundwork for Let's Talk, Let's Test to see a big boost in its state funding


Group to address poverty and unemployment in one of it's most distressed minority communities

September 28, 2009

We applaud these financial institutions for joining us to not only address one of Florida most pressing issues (Poverty/Unemployment in minority communities), but to develop a market based community development


"Getting Latinos Through High School"
Conference discusses report findings

September 28, 2009



Out of fields, into class for migrant kids

September 28, 2009



Latinos bank on bilingual census form to aid count

September 28, 2009

For the first time, the decennial census will be distributed in the two languages to 13.5 million households in predominantly Spanish-speaking neighborhoods. Latino advocates hope the forms will


Man, 2 teens plead innocent in Md. hate crime

September 28, 2009



Controversy Brews Around National Equality March

September 28, 2009

It's been a months-long battle of contentious town hall meetings, a congressional review period and clashes with black church leaders; mayor-for-life Marion Barry even declared a "civil war


Racism charges tinge health care debate

September 28, 2009



BlackPlanet Rising along with the New York Park Districts to host community day

September 28, 2009



Hispanic Leadership and Business Excellence Awards Announced

September 28, 2009



Human rights offices struggle under budget cuts

September 28, 2009



University of Southern Mississippi adds American Indian studies

September 28, 2009



Obama links civil rights and health care

September 28, 2009



New book continues D'Army Bailey's mission of civil rights education

September 28, 2009



California diversity panel criticizes city's handling of minority issues

September 28, 2009



Leader has back-up immigration plan

September 28, 2009



NM Governor to Host International Health Policy Forum for Latinos

September 28, 2009



STDS AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN

September 28, 2009

Rep. Donna Edwards Moderates Discussion on Factors Influencing Health Disparities and Possible Solutions


US-AFRICAN BUSINESS SUMMIT SLATED IN DC NEXT MONTH

September 28, 2009

The three-day summit is expected to attract more than 2,000 leaders from the private and public sectors in the U.S. and Africa. Participants will have the opportunity to network with key African and U.S.


Racial health disparities exact moral, financial toll on nation

September 29, 2009



Foreclosures sitting longer "trend acute in city's African-American neighborhoods"

September 29, 2009



National Center on African-Amercian Marriages and Parenting

September 29, 2009

Live Webcast
Summit of Marriage, Parenting and Families
From Hampton University
Tuesday 11AM-6PM & Wednesday 1-3PM EST


"AMERICA I AM: THE AFRICAN AMERICAN IMPRINT" PRESENTED AT CALIFORNIA SCIENCE CENTER

September 29, 2009



Middle School Gay Students Face Extreme Levels of Harassment, Research Brief Finds

September 29, 2009



Obama’s ’Family Day’ Includes Gay Families; Earns Praise, Blame

September 29, 2009

Although the House of Representatives has passed several bills designed to extend anti-discrimination and hate crimes protections to GLBT Americans, no such legislation has yet cleared the Senate and been signed into law.


Is Ebony for sale? Johnson not telling

September 29, 2009

Johnson Publishing Co. didn't deny a report in the latest issue of Newsweek magazine that the Chicago-based company is seeking a buyer or investor for its storied flagship publication, Ebony magazine.


Church Leader from L.A. Speaks Out for Same-Sex Marriage in D.C.

September 29, 2009



2011 Diversity Visa Lottery Program Registration Begins

September 29, 2009

Applicants are strongly encouraged not to wait until the last week of the registration period to enter. Heavy demand may result in website delays. No entries will be accepted after noon EST on November 30, 2009.


Bill Cosby's Campaign to Boost Detroit Enrollment Winding Down

September 29, 2009



KING COUNTY, WA. HOSTS NATIONAL INITIATIVE TO REDUCE HEALTH DISPARITIES

September 29, 2009



HUD and Dept, of Ed. Award $3.4 mill in grants for Hispanic students at college level

September 29, 2009



High Risk Students in School Weight Loss Program Lose While Others Gain

September 29, 2009

Children are more overweight than they ever have been and the epidemic of obesity is continuing to grow out of control, especially in high-risk Mexican Americans.


Home Owners Association Calls for New Georgia Hate-Crime Legislation

September 29, 2009



Communications Group Kicks Off Annual Program Designed for Executives of Color

September 29, 2009



"Strong Men & Women: Excellence in Leadership" series.

September 29, 2009

High school juniors and seniors are invited to participate in an essay-writing contest focused on the achievements of outstanding African Americans


University of North Dakota Faces Deadline on Fighting Sioux Name

September 29, 2009



Indian American activist wins Courage Award

September 29, 2009



Farmers See Ray of Hope in USDA Bias Case

September 29, 2009



Berkeley may sign onto U.N. treaties

September 29, 2009

Berkeley would become the first city in the United States to independently try to comply with U.N. treaties on torture, civil rights and racial discrimination,


New Research: Blacks, Native Americans more likely to go to foster care

September 29, 2009



Justice Dep. Announced Campaign Grants to Fight Immigration-Related Employment Discrimination

September 29, 2009



NFL's Rooney Rule

September 29, 2009

After a rash of off-season hirings of black coaches, the 2009 rate is up to 7.5 percent, if you count all minorities, 5.8 percent if you don't.


Black head of GOP blasts both Republicans and Democrats for ignoring poverty.

September 29, 2009

*In a speech highly unusual for a Republican, Michael Steele - the first Black chairman of the Republican Party - last week blasted both his party and the Democrats for failing to address the issue of poverty in America.


Minority groups seek more money for diversity

September 29, 2009



Civil Rights Legend Vasco Smith Dies

September 29, 2009



The Climate Project Hosts First Ever Latin
America Summit

September 29, 2009



Bucknell University lecture examines ethnicity in children's animated film

September 29, 2009



Study: Religion Impacts Decision on Prostate Cancer Screening in African-American Men

September 29, 2009



Latino Arts Festival at Rutgers University Tomorrow

September 29, 2009



National Center on African-Amercian Marriages and Parenting

September 30, 2009

Live Webcast
Summit of Marriage, Parenting and Families
From Hampton University
1PM - 6PM EST


JUDY SHEPARD TO APPEAR AT PREMIERE OF 'THE LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER'

September 30, 2009

The groundbreaking epilogue to the Laramie Project, titled THE LARAMIE PROJECT: 10 YEARS LATER, will be performed in New York at Lincoln Center and over 150 other theaters across the country on October 12, 2009.


MI. Congresswoman says "ACORN Deserves Justice Under the Law"

September 30, 2009

Congress should not, and must not, start punishing individuals, businesses, or groups without a fair trial. Congress must not assume guilt based on media


Dept. of Ed.: Race/ethnicity forms different, nothing new

September 30, 2009

The new forms separates race and ethnicity and allows respondents to choose more than one race. Those filling out the forms could select “Hispanic or Latino” or “Not Hispanic or Latino” for ethnicity.


Civil Rights Advocates Say Migrant Deaths A Humanitarian Crisis

September 30, 2009

U.S., Mexican and international officials must recognize the deaths of migrants occurring during unauthorized crossings of the U.S.-Mexican border as an international humanitarian crisis and respond with reforms that make human life a priority


California regulators seize struggling insurer Golden State Mutual Life

September 30, 2009

The company, whose customers are mainly African American, is losing $200,000 a month and about to run out of funds completely, officials say. The state hopes to find a new firm to take over policies


CENSUS BUREAU RELEASES HISPANIC ORIGIN REPORT

September 30, 2009

National-level tabulations from the Current Population Survey on this population group are shown by a wide range of demographic and socioeconomic characteristics.


Critics force out Indian dioramas at museum

September 30, 2009

It's because some say American Indian culture should not be displayed alongside dinosaur bones and other long-extinct beings.


SUPREME COURT AGREES TO HEAR LEGAL DEFENSE FUND EMPLOYMENT BIAS CASE

September 30, 2009

LDF and co-counsel represent a class of over 6,000 African Americans who applied for firefighter positions. In 2005, a federal trial court found that the City violated Title VII by using a firefighter hiring


Vegas figures prominently in Hispanics’
growing clout

September 30, 2009



Oscar de la Hoya to Receive Achievment Award From Hispanic Heritage Awards

September 30, 2009



Banks, Civil Rights Advocates To Spar Over
New Agency

September 30, 2009



Thirty-two Iowans allege the state is stopping African-American applicants

September 30, 2009



Little Known African-American History Revealed in New National Parks Documentary

September 30, 2009



NEW BLACK PANTHER PARTY DISPUTE SURFACES AMONG FEDS

September 30, 2009



Colonial Williamsburg Debuts Scene Depicting Native Americans on Eve of American Revolution

September 30, 2009



BLACK CHURCH LEADER OFFERS HELP TO VICTIMIZED WOMEN

September 30, 2009



Outgoing Civil Rights Commissioner launches complaint against City

September 30, 2009



Law firms challenged to hire minorities, women

September 30, 2009



Museums Across the Country Launch Public Dialogues on Immigration

September 30, 2009



$40 Million Awarded to Fund Health Insurance for Uninsured Children

September 30, 2009



Bank suspends dealings with ACORN housing entity

September 30, 2009



Breast Cancer Death Rate Declining, But Not For Black Women, ACS Report Shows

September 30, 2009



SECOND ANNUAL TENNESSEE AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY CALENDAR TO BE UNVEILED

September 30, 2009



CIVIL RIGHTS TRAIL SYSTEM BILL PASSES HOUSE

September 30, 2009



Feds OK Texas Metro's civil rights compliance

September 30, 2009



Survey: Majority of African Americans Want Action to Minimize the Impacts of Climate Change

September 30, 2009



Prayers for peaceful end to King sibling feud

September 30, 2009



THE 13th URBANWORLD FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2009 WINNERS

September 30, 2009



Volunteers uncover relics of American Indian past

September 30, 2009



Airport increases minority contracts

September 30, 2009



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