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January, 2010 Archive

Ebony Founder Widow Eunice Johnson Dies

January 04, 2010



Black Heavyweight Boxer Drew Strong Reactions 100 Years Ago

January 04, 2010



2010 Bill Gates Scholarship For Low-Income Minority Students Deadline Nears

January 04, 2010



Youth Trek From Miami To DC For
Immigrant Rights

January 04, 2010



Controversial New Hispanic Mayor Takes Over Troubled Town

January 04, 2010



Few Depressed Minorities Receive
Adequate Treatment

January 04, 2010



Sharpton, Jackson Seek More Funds For Undercounted Areas

January 04, 2010



Obama Effigy Hung In Georgia Town

January 04, 2010



Seth Williams Sworn In As Philadelphia's First Black DA

January 04, 2010



Former Black Panthers Member, Announces Candidacy For Gov. Of CA

January 04, 2010



African-American Golf Pioneer Bill Powell
Dies At 93

January 04, 2010



Research: Majority Of Milwaukee Renter Evictions Are Black

January 04, 2010



2010 Native American Dollar Released

January 04, 2010



Percy Sutton To Be Remembered At Riverside Church Wednesday, Jan 6

January 04, 2010

The eulogy will be delivered by Rev. Al Sharpton; remembrances from Sutton’s fellow “Gang of Four” members—former Mayor David N. Dinkins, Congressman Charles B


Princeton Researcher Finds Selective Schools Contribute To Inequality In Education

January 04, 2010

Espenshade’s study calls for the creation of a “Manhattan Project for the behavioral and social sciences” to both study the causes of gaps in academic achievement related to race and also “develop concrete measures that can be taken by


MINORITY CONCERNS FOR THE 2010 CENSUS

January 04, 2010



United Negro College Fund Receives Art Of Artist Benny Andrews

January 04, 2010



American Indian Activists: $3 Billion Settlement Not Enough

January 04, 2010



Latino Numbers Surge At Public Universities

January 04, 2010

University officials say Latinos are an increasingly important group of students to attract, retain and graduate - not only to keep tuition rolling in, but also


Civil Rights Songs: In The Fight For Equality The People And Music Who Changed A Nation

January 04, 2010

Nina Simone sat down and wrote out her rage in a song. A song that would damage here career for years to come. A song that called out the government


Black Activists Launch Rare Attack On Cuba
About Racism

January 04, 2010



FL's Coalition For Black Student Achievement Wants District To Improve Minority Success Rate

January 04, 2010

Coalition Chairman Chuck Ridley said Palm Beach County's black and other minority student populations suffer from lower high school graduation rates and lower test scores than white students. The goal, Ridley said, is to make minority students ready for college


Civil Rights Leader Diane Nash To Speak At Buffalo's Canisius College

January 04, 2010



Black Caucus Co-Hosts "Dialog On Race" Symposium

January 04, 2010



Minority Hiring Quota Sows Discord

January 04, 2010



High Unemployment A Fact Of Life For American Indians

January 04, 2010

People who have suffered long periods of unemployment often become discouraged and stop looking. In that case, the employment-to-population ratio can give an added dimension to the labor market distress within these groups. Austin compares


Civil Rights Hero Caught In Corruption Probe To Begin Serving Sentence

January 04, 2010

Bobby DeLaughter -- the prosecutor who secured the conviction in the infamous Medgar Evers Mississippi murder case -- is himself now headed to prison. It was DeLaughter's dogged 1994 prosecution and the subsequent conviction of Ku Klax Klan member Byron De La Beckwith that helped trigger the reopening of dozens of civil rights cold cases.


Fas Trac 'Going Back To Our Roots'

January 04, 2010

During the next two days, they will visit the Stax Museum of Music, which examines American soul music, and the Lorraine Hotel, where civil rights leader Martin Luther


$340 Million Blitz Launches 2010 Census

January 04, 2010

During the next four months, the tour will be part of the largest civic outreach and awareness campaign in U.S. history — stopping and exhibiting at more than 800 events nationwide. From local parades and festivals to major sporting events like the Super Bowl


CA Charter Plan Criticized For Low Diversity

January 04, 2010



Rev. Jesse Jackson To Speak At MLK
Program In WI

January 04, 2010



Va. Touts Gains In Money For Minority Businesses

January 04, 2010



Minority Vendors Vie For Piece Of Super Bowl

January 05, 2010



Federal Inquiry Finds No Evidence Of Discrimination In Missouri DOTs Hiring Practices

January 05, 2010



ACLU Criticizes New TSA Rules

January 05, 2010



Minority, Women's Organizations Call On FCC To Ponder Net Neutrality Rules

January 05, 2010



Black Sorority's Archives: A Crown Jewel At Howard U

January 05, 2010



UnitedHealth Group Invests $4 Million In Asian Health Services

January 05, 2010



Hispanic Elderly More Likely To Live In Inferior Nursing Homes

January 05, 2010



The Funeral Of Percy Sutton
From Riverside Church
In New York

January 05, 2010

Watch LIVE
Coverage of the service will start at 11AM ET


SHEEPSKINS SHOULD TRUMP PIGSKINS

January 05, 2010

If colleges and universities competed not in athletics, but instead in college-completion rates, their rankings would look quite different. A “Graduation Championship Series” (GCS) would reward schools that ensure that their students—regardless of race or ethnicity —earn


Danny GLover To Keynote MLK Event At Brooklyn Academy Of Music

January 05, 2010

The annual celebratory event brings together artists and civic leaders to commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. King. The event is free


Prospective Employers Cautioned To Use Backround Checks Wisely

January 05, 2010

As part of the E-RACE (Eradicating Racism and Colorism from Employment) Initiative, the EEOC has determined that employer policies or practices based


What Makes A Great Teacher?

January 05, 2010

Almost half a million American children are being taught by Teach for America teachers this year, and the organization tracks test-score data, linked to each teacher, for 85 percent to 90 percent of those kids. Almost all of those students are poor and African


Meeting The Challenge, One Life At A Time

January 05, 2010

Building Our Youth's Development (BOYD), a New Jersey nonprofit organization, is working to change the culture of the inner cities by improving the lives of


Cleared For Takeoff: What Ending The HIV Travel Ban Means For Black Americans

January 05, 2010

Why was ending this ban so important? A civil rights issue has been addressed for minorities, gay people and women of all colors with


Riders To Sue Over Minority Transit 'Disparities'

January 05, 2010

African American and Hispanic CTA riders will file a class action lawsuit Wednesday alleging that Illinois' transit funding system "funnels a disproportionate share of capital and operating funding to Metra, resulting in wide service disparities between whites and minority riders


Medgar Ever's Brother Wants Attorney Pardoned

January 05, 2010

"All he (DeLaughter) did was lie," said Evers, whose brother Medgar was assassinated in Jackson on June 12, 1963. "What man can tell me he hasn't lied? You're telling


HISPANIC SPENDING DWARFS GENERAL MARKET

January 05, 2010



American Indian Health Crisis - Diabetes, Alcoholism And Depression

January 05, 2010



More Blacks And Hispanics Get Cervical Cancer, Receive Care In Later Stages

January 05, 2010



The Word 'Negro' On 2010 Census Form Offends Some Blacks

January 05, 2010



Inner-City Pastors Unite To Fight Crime

January 05, 2010



Minority AIDS Council Raises Concerns Over H1N1 Mortality Rate In Minorities

January 05, 2010



Phila. Museum Of Art Presents An African American Journey

January 05, 2010



FL Minority Coalition To Protest Banks Status Over Lack Of Diversity

January 05, 2010



Native Hawaiian Tribal Rights Bill Spurs Row

January 05, 2010



Cops From Around The Globe, Serving New York

January 05, 2010



CA's Proposition 8 Trial Poised To Begin Despite Warnings From Gay Advocates

January 05, 2010



Bar Association Honors Program For Minority Youth Interested In Law Career

January 05, 2010



Percy Sutton Estate "Under Siege"

January 05, 2010



Magnet School Admission Criteria May Change

January 05, 2010



State Takes 'The Forefront' In Minority
Football Hires

January 05, 2010



BET Hosts 10th Annual 'CELEBRATION OF GOSPEL'

January 05, 2010



Tavis Smiley Announces End Of State Of The Black Union Series

January 06, 2010

Smiley, the host of Tavis Smiley on PBS, said ending production of SOBU will allow him to concentrate on a new series of primetime


Latinos Cherished Holiday, El Día de los Reyes Magos

January 06, 2010

Known also as the Epiphany, the day is just as important as Christmas in México, Puerto Rico, Spain and many other Latin American countries, but Latinos in the United States also continue to strongly hold onto


Congressional Hispanic Caucus: No Deal On Health Care, Immigration

January 06, 2010



Navy To Commission Ship For First African-American Vice Admiral

January 06, 2010



'Precious' Tops NAACP Image Award Nominations Announced Today

January 06, 2010



PBS Explores African-American Contributions To History And Society

January 06, 2010



Black Tea Partiers Rip Chris Matthews For "Monochromatic" Remark

January 06, 2010



Holocaust Museum Shooter Dies In Prison Hospital

January 06, 2010



DOJ Responds To Congressional Inquiry Into Death Of Baltimore Activist

January 06, 2010

The most recent development in the case of Clay – whose death was ruled a suicide – comes after a report issued by city Inspector General Hilton Green


TV One, Martin Lawrence Producing Comedy For Black Viewers

January 06, 2010

“Love That Girl!” — is the latest effort by independent producers to serve an audience on cable that’s been largely neglected by studios and broadcasters


Now The Hard Partt: Living Up To
Nine Mile Deal

January 06, 2010

An agreement signed Tuesday is aimed at safeguarding thousands of prehistoric American Indian drawings and carvings from truckers' dust in a famed Utah canyon near where a Colorado company wants to dramatically increase energy development.


President Hosts "Educate to Innovate" Campaign Awards Presentation

January 06, 2010

At a White House reception in Washington, President Obama presented special awards for "Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring." It's


Convicted Felons Entitled To Vote, Court Rules

January 06, 2010

"Given that uncontroverted showing," he added, "in the words of the district court, there can be 'no doubt that members of racial minorities have experienced discrimination


U.S. Chamber To Lead Trade Mission To Africa

January 06, 2010



National Civil Rights Museum Presents "Soul Soldiers" Exhibit

January 06, 2010



OBAMA GIVES $100M TO
MINORITIES FOR GREEN JOBS

January 06, 2010



Gospelfest A Celebration Of King Legacy

January 06, 2010



Rev. Al Sharpton Calls For NBA Commissioner To Take Strong Action In Gun Incident

January 06, 2010



Audit Shows Businesses Owned By White Men Dominated Minority Contract Program

January 06, 2010



Ford Foundation Grant Helps Low-Income Minority Artists Become Successful

January 06, 2010



Immigrants, Hispanics And Whites Changing The Face Of Harlem

January 06, 2010



New Business Network Launches To Focus On Hispanic Consumer Market

January 06, 2010



California Nations Indian Gaming Association Hosts Annual Conference

January 06, 2010



VH1 Commemorates Anniversary Of Soul Train With "The Hippest Trip In America'"

January 06, 2010



Foundation To Award $125,000 To Ethnic
Minority Students

January 06, 2010



BET Honors The Accomplishments Of
Leading Luminaries

January 06, 2010



Modern History Makers To Be Honored At Congress Of Racial Equality's MLK Dinner

January 06, 2010



Campaign Kinship - Unite To Rebuild America’s Urban Schools

January 06, 2010



Telling The Story Of Civil War Colored Troops At Andersonville Prison

January 06, 2010



Data Shows Racial Gaps In Colorado Public-School Suspensions

January 06, 2010

Black public-school students in Colorado are nearly three times as likely to face serious discipline as their white peers, a disparity that is persistently growing despite efforts to curb it. But while black students make up just 5.9 percent of the student population


Gospel Superfest At Xavier Creates A Night Of Music and Celebration

January 06, 2010

This year's event will be co-hosted by film and television stars Vivica A. Fox and Flex Alexander and will introduce the first ever Horizon


South: First U.S. Region With Majority Low Income And Minority Students

January 07, 2010



Photos At Museum Of African American History Reveal History Of Resistance, Creativity

January 07, 2010



Civil Rights Coalition Sends Letter To Congress Voicing Concerns Over Health Care Bill Provisions

January 07, 2010



Emory University Awarded $$$ To Unearth "Hidden" Civil Rights Collections

January 07, 2010



NY Minority Lawmakers Launch Fight Against Executive's Bid For Guv

January 07, 2010



NOW Calls For Action: Health Care Bill Must Drop Abortion Language, Include Public Option

January 07, 2010



Special Civil Rights Document Display To Be Held At The National Archives

January 07, 2010



Bronx Museum Presents Civil Rights Exhibitions

January 07, 2010



Mortgages To Native Americans On Reservations Are Stagnant

January 07, 2010



International Civil Rights Center Grand Opening Events And Participants Announced

January 07, 2010



Minority Contracts To Be Deciding Factor In Nashville Convention Center Vote

January 07, 2010



WA.To Appeal Voting Rights For Felons

January 07, 2010



NASA Hosts Summer Education Programs For Minority Students

January 07, 2010

The Summer of Innovation program will work with thousands of middle school teachers and students during multi-week programs in the summer


NAACP Sues US Airways, Accuses It Of Discrimination

January 07, 2010

The NAACP is accusing US Airways, in a lawsuit, of discriminating against African American employees by assigning them to less desirable gates and shifts and by giving work areas dominated by African American employees racially loaded nicknames such as "Compton," "Camden," and "The Ghetto."


Hispanics Lose Key Democratic Member

January 07, 2010

The departure of Dodd, first elected to the Senate in 1980, carries the most symbolic value because of his seniority, his association with the financial system bailout and strong ties to the Hispanic community


"RACE TO THE TOP" STACKED AGAINST MINORITIES AND POOR

January 07, 2010



National Women's Law Center Launches Campaign On Abortion Restrictions In Health Care Reform

January 07, 2010

The video is a call to action to those who value womenÂ’s health to fight efforts by U.S. Rep. Stupak (D-MI), Senator Ben Nelson (D-NE) and others who


Reverend Dr. Joseph Lowery to Speak at the University of Rochester

January 07, 2010

Dubbed the "Dean of the Civil Rights Movement" by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Lowery's work in social


LatPro Launches National Diversity Job Fair Series

January 07, 2010



Veterans Of Mississippi Civil Rights Movement Prepare For Annual Conference

January 07, 2010



NAACP Chairman To Keynote MLK Celebration At Washington And Lee U

January 07, 2010

Julian Bond has been an active participant in the movements for civil rights and economic justice from his student days to his current chairmanship of the NAACP. While a student at Morehouse College of the Atlanta he was a founder in 1960 of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). As SNCC's communications director, Bond was active in protests and registration campaigns throughout the South.


Mexico's Largest Toy Drive Returns To Los Angeles

January 07, 2010



Race-Based Misdiagnosis Still Remains A Health Care Problem

January 07, 2010



Time To Improve Indian Internet Access, Report Says

January 07, 2010



King Hall Of Fame Recipient Fought For Equal Rights

January 07, 2010

Rodney J. Long, president of the Dr. Martin Luther King Commission of Florida Inc., said Harmeling, and his twin brother, the late James Harmeling, came to Gainesville in 1963 at the height of the civil rights movement and paved the way for the integration of


Activists Call On White House To Use 'Bully Pulpit’ For Black Economic Progress

January 07, 2010

“Banks got billions of dollars of interest-free money. When we watered the leaves, the water did not come down to the roots,” says the Rev.


Lawmakers Meet On Indian Nations'
College Leadership

January 07, 2010



Tax Firm Ernst & Young Hosts Minority Student Roundtable On Campus Diversity

January 07, 2010



Minority Law Student Numbers Dip As Law School Capacity Rises

January 07, 2010



Minority Groups Argue For College
Presidential Finalist

January 07, 2010



Michigan U Research: States Black/White Male Education Gap Is Worst In Nation

January 08, 2010



Wells Fargo Mortgage Case In Baltimore Dismissed

January 08, 2010

Baltimore's defeat in a lawsuit accusing Wells Fargo & Co of steering minority borrowers to expensive home loans may not derail efforts by local


N.J. Civil Union Law Cannot Be Fixed To Ensure Equality, Sen. Says

January 08, 2010

Gill several times invoked arguments by civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and reminded other senators that some of them – and some of their staff


Publisher Renames Joseph Conrad Classic 'The N-word of the Narcissus'

January 08, 2010

Joseph Conrad, whose "Heart of Darkness" and "Lord Jim" have been scrutinized by English students on multiple continents for decades, wrote a lesser known novel in 1897 called "The Nigger of the Narcissus." Now, in what critics are calling a blatant act of


Candidate Lambastes Media Obsession With Race And Polls

January 08, 2010

He took issue with some reports "that in essence (are) beginning to create an undertone with the voting population that marginalizes African-American candidates in this race." "These recent stories, and the pre-determined tone they create, undermine the


POLICE MAY SCRAP ENTRANCE EXAM

January 08, 2010

Dropping the exam would bolster minority hiring and avert legal battles, according to one source, while others confirm that the exam


First American Indian Bishop Dies After Illness

January 08, 2010



Former Racial-Profiling Critic Geraldo Rivera Now Supportive: 'That’s Just The Way It Is’

January 08, 2010



Networks Improving Hispanic Presence - On Both Sides Of Camera

January 08, 2010



Pentecostal Churches Find More Hispanic Followers Among Their Growing Flock

January 08, 2010



Chicago Mayor Says Bias Suit Will Shine Light On Inadequate Funding

January 08, 2010



White House Veggie Garden Inspires African American Gardeners

January 08, 2010



Glenn Beck Calls 'African-American' A
'Bogus' Term

January 08, 2010



Big Brothers Big Sisters & African American Fraternities Join Mentoring Month Campaign

January 08, 2010



'Precious' Director Lee Daniels Is First African-American Nominee For Guild

January 08, 2010



Report: NYS Should Tailor And Increase Workforce Development Services For Latinos

January 08, 2010



State Rep. Looks ToCcreate Monument For Those Enslaved In New Hampshire

January 08, 2010



A Free School Breakfast, But Oakland Kids Aren't Biting

January 08, 2010

She says on average only five or six students out of nearly 200 would partake, and probably 90 percent of her students weren’t eating breakfast at all


Five NAACP Image Award Nominations For BET

January 08, 2010



Black Aviation Hero Inspires New York
City Students

January 08, 2010



Push For Rich, White Suburbs To Split Off From Atlanta's Fulton County Raises Race Questions

January 08, 2010



NY Council Reminds Employees Of
Diversity Policy

January 08, 2010

Two months after Mayor Carolyn Peterson sent a strongly worded letter to all staff in the Ithaca Police Department, Ithaca's Common Council is sending a letter to all city employees reminding them of their obligations to foster a diverse, inclusive city


New Medical Society Wants Racial Diversity

January 08, 2010



Minorities Want Inclusion In Social Studies Curriculum

January 08, 2010

The 15-member board planned to take a preliminary vote later in the week before final action in March on new standards for the social studies curriculum, which


Theater Lecture Series Opens 2010 Season With Vernon Jordan

January 08, 2010

This year’s series will kick off at 4 and 6 p.m. Monday at the Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach, with Vernon Jordan, who was special counsel to President Bill Clinton


Community Leaders Announce Los Angeles Minority Bank Investment Initiative

January 08, 2010



Black Enterprise To Moderate Conversation
On Energy

January 08, 2010



Organization Brings Opportunity To American Indians In Fashion

January 08, 2010



Team Offers Hispanics Opportunity To Have A Positive Impact In Their Community

January 08, 2010



Landmark "Bad Man" Lawsuit Against US For Sexual Assault Of Native American Teen Settled

January 08, 2010



FEDS SUE NJ OVER POLICE DISCRIMINATION

January 08, 2010



Minority Businesses Slow to Embrace Social Media

January 08, 2010



Lawyers In Kodak Discrimination Lawsuit Try To Justify Payout

January 11, 2010

U.S. Magistrate Judge Jonathan W. Feldman has yet to rule on a proposed $21.4 million settlement between Kodak and a group of African-American workers, both current and former employees, who say the company discriminated against them in its pay, promotion


Rod Blagojevich Apologizes for "Blacker Than Barak" Comments In 'Esquire'

January 11, 2010

"What's so wrong with what I said, what's so stupid about it is, I don't think any white man could begin to presume to walk in the shoes of an African American. What I said clearly doesn't properly express where my heart is, and that's with the African American


A WARNING FROM MDs ABOUT BLACKS AND DIABETES

January 11, 2010



Hispanic Assoc. And The U.S. Army Join Forces To Serve The Hispanic Community

January 11, 2010



Urban Ministries Celebrates 40 Years Of Innovation and Growth

January 11, 2010



Hispanic Scholarship Fund Receives Multi-
Year Award

January 11, 2010



Broward County Minority Builders Coalition Receives $3.2 Million In Stimulus Funding

January 11, 2010



MD Youth Shine At High School Art
Show Exhibition

January 11, 2010



Wake Forest: Excess Protein In Urine Is Indicator Of Heart Disease Risk In Whites, But Not Blacks

January 11, 2010



Adding Up Family's Year Buying Black

January 11, 2010

The most discouraging challenge came in August, when the black-owned, full-service grocery store they would drive 14 miles to


Cowboys Of Color Rodeo Rides Into Stock Show

January 11, 2010



Tribal College Journal Matches Native American Job Hunters With Employers

January 11, 2010



Questions Remains Whether NFL Teams Are Complying With Rooney Rule

January 11, 2010



Kentucky Makes Coaching History

January 11, 2010

Kentucky becomes the first state in the country to have three black head football coaches. That means ALL of the state's Bowl Subdivision football coaches are minorities. Late in 2009, the University of Louisville hired Charlie Strong and Western Kentucky


Eleanor Holmes Norton defends Harry Reid,
Warns Republicans

January 11, 2010

Norton, a black woman who represents one of the most heavily African-American cities in the country, said Reid will enjoy support from the black community because he


The Promise Of Diversity Is Yet To Be Fulfilled

January 11, 2010



Black Caucus Comments On December Unemployment Numbers

January 11, 2010



Rights Commission Plans 'Listening Tour'

January 11, 2010



Rights Group Pledges To Withhold
Financial Support

January 11, 2010



Group Defends Rights Of Hispanic Workers
In Texas

January 11, 2010



La Raza: Congress Must Create Jobs To Rebuild Communities Hit Hardest By Recession

January 11, 2010



Housing Agency Proposes Regulation On Minority And Women Inclusion

January 11, 2010

The proposal extends the coverage of diversity requirements to disabled populations as well as the minority and female populations required by HERA. The proposed rule identifies basic requirements for diversity programs at each regulated entity and


Civil Rights Leader: Remembering History Key To Improving The Future

January 11, 2010



Deep-Rooted Spirituality Remains Tradition In Black Churches

January 11, 2010



Powerball Winner Gives $10M To Morris College

January 11, 2010



Actress Gives Back African American Film
Critics Award

January 11, 2010

“I’ve been informed that there was a disagreement over the AAFCA Best Actress Award. Because of the discrepancy, I am returning the award. Gabourey


New Data Show L.A. Minorities Hit Hard By H1N1

January 11, 2010



NAACP Renews Schools Crusade

January 11, 2010



Reid Called On To Resign Aftter Obama
'Negro' Comment

January 11, 2010



National Service Agency Calls For A "Day On, Not A Day Off"

January 11, 2010



MLK

January 12, 2010



Danny Glover Pays Tribute To The Civil Rights Movement At Film Festival

January 12, 2010



Black Coalition Pushes For 'Unified' 2010
Census Tally

January 12, 2010



Black Journalists Announce Annual Awards Call for Entries

January 12, 2010

Annual 'Salute to Excellence' Awards recognize outstanding coverage of black people & issues on the air, in print, and online. "2009 has certainly provided plenty of coverage of the African American experience," said NABJ President Kathy Y. Times. "A


National Service Agency Names 2010 MLK Ambassadors

January 12, 2010

Civil rights icons, national service leaders, academics, and celebrities are among those named as this year's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service Ambassadors. The Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal agency that leads the service initiative


Tallahassee Hosts Four Centuries Of African American Art and History

January 12, 2010

In celebration of Black History Month, Tallahassee is proud to host THE KINSEY COLLECTION: Shared Treasures of Bernard and Shirley Kinsey, Where Art and History


New Pap Smear Guidelines: Are They Right
For Blacks?

January 12, 2010



Govt. To Announce New Campaigns Encouraging Minorities To Get H1N1 Flu Vaccine

January 12, 2010



USC's Center For Urban Ed Works To Regain Lead In College-Degree Completion

January 12, 2010



National Call Announced For Industry's First Ever Hispanic PR Census

January 12, 2010



Mary J. Blige To Headline Essence Music Festival

January 12, 2010



Delta Air Lines Expands Opportunities
For Minorities

January 12, 2010



FOCUS Hope Distributes Winter Coats To Detroit's Needy Children

January 12, 2010



'Brother to Brother’ Supports Men In Fort Valley State U Community

January 12, 2010



Asian Group Accepting Applications For Summer Internship Program

January 12, 2010



Civil Rights Museum In Memphis To Get Facelift

January 12, 2010



RAINBOW PUSH WALL STREET SUMMIT
TO GET UNDER WAY IN NY

January 12, 2010



L.A. Charter Schools Flex Their Educational Muscles

January 12, 2010

Fueled by money and emboldened by clout from some of the city's most powerful figures, charter schools began a period of explosive growth that has challenged the status quo in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Today, Los Angeles is home to more


Cover-Up Of Immigrant Deaths Sounds Alarm For Reform, Say La Raza

January 12, 2010



Justice Dept. Orders New Crackdown on
Tribal Crime

January 12, 2010

While the nationwide crime rate continues to fall, statistics show American Indians are the victims of violent crime at more than twice the national rate — and some tribes have murder rates against women 10 times greater than the national average. Often, law


Bowie State U Theatre Hosts Thurgood Marshall Presentation

January 12, 2010

“The Department of Fine and Performing Arts is honored to have been selected by The Elder Theodore L. Barber Scholarship


NAACP Threatens To Pull Levy Support
In Cincinnati

January 12, 2010



FairDistrictsFlorida Opponents Go Off On Amendments

January 12, 2010

U.S. Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Miami, and Corrine Brown, D-Jacksonville, both argued the two proposed amendments heading to voters in November could make it harder for minority access and so-called “communities of interest” to be preserved when


Palm Beach County Minorities Seek
School Improvements

January 12, 2010



Nearly Three In Ten Organizations Will Close For Business On Martin Luther King Day

January 12, 2010



Attorney General Announces Significant Reforms To Improve Public Safety In Indian Country

January 12, 2010



Goodwill To Help Mentor At-Risk Teens

January 12, 2010



A Disturbing Trend In Law School
Diversity Discovered

January 12, 2010



NM Gov Richardson To Co-Chair Hispanic Publication National Convention

January 12, 2010



The Blackdom Community, African-Americans in New Mexico, "Rock The House!"

January 12, 2010



URGENT PLEA FROM HAITI

January 13, 2010



Study Finds NFL's Rooney Rule Does Little to Help Minority Head Coach Hiring

January 13, 2010



Urban Schools Study Points To 'Essential Supports' For School Reform

January 13, 2010



MLK

January 13, 2010



Textbooks May Shed Civil Rights Icons

January 13, 2010

The State Board of Education is hearing public testimony today on proposed updates to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for


Psychologists Find People's Racial Biases Can Skew Perceptions Of How Much Help Victims Need

January 13, 2010

The findings showed that when recalling victims of Hurricane Katrina, participants who were less racist thought the victims did not receive adequate help from the government. Participants who were more racist thought the victims received adequate


Minority Community Leaders Oppose National Bank Charter Application

January 13, 2010



Report: Shifting African-American Population

January 13, 2010



Hispanic Goups Take Sides In Net
Neutrality Debate

January 13, 2010



ACLU Accuses LA County Of Failing Kids At Challenger Probation Camp

January 13, 2010



Stadiums’ Construction Workforces Mostly White -- But Less So Than Usual

January 13, 2010

The University of Minnesota, the Minnesota Twins and others have been aggressively promoting the “workforce diversity” achieved in the construction of both the Gophers’ football stadium, which opened last fall, and the Twins’ stadium, which is expected to open


Defining Diversity: Beyond Race And Gender

January 13, 2010



Making New York's Fire Department Look Like New York

January 13, 2010

With roughly three percent of its uniformed firefighters identified as black and roughly 6 percent as Hispanics as of last May, as reported by the New York Times, New


Asian Group Encourages Participation In National Week of Action for Immigration Reform

January 13, 2010



February Features Black History Month Celebration At Detroit Institute Of Arts

January 13, 2010



Labor Groups Plan Wall St. Protest On
MLK'S Birthday

January 13, 2010



Japanese American Citizens League Lends Support In Immigration Reform Fight

January 13, 2010



National Constitution Center Celebrates Black History Month

January 13, 2010



Wall Street Forum To Focus On Minority Issues, Empowerment

January 13, 2010

Rev. JACKSON: Well, there is a disconnect because that the banks declared emergency and they got direct investment, direct securities and protections, and they got billions of dollars without any linkage to reinvestment. And so, while Wall Street is rising


Govt. Provides An Additional $1.2 Billion To Help Low-Income Households With Energy Costs

January 13, 2010



Los Angeles Minority Bank Initiative To Work In Underserved Communities

January 13, 2010



Asian Civil Rights Group Sounds Alarm On Ethnic Make-Up Of Redistricting Panel

January 13, 2010



Atlanta Mayor To Dedicate Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Mural During King Week

January 13, 2010



Newark Black Film Festival Calls For Entries

January 13, 2010



Crisis In The Crib: Saving Our Nation's Babies

January 13, 2010

Maternal and infant mortality for the African-American community is a pressing, but often overlooked, public health concern. The rate of death for African American babies before their first birthday is twice the rate of white babies and greatly outpaces the national average. For some communities these deaths can seem like a normal part of life and in fact are strong indicators of the overall health of the community.


Report Recommends Steps To Reduce Threat Posed By Hep B and C

January 13, 2010

Few among the populations most at risk -- immigrants from countries where the diseases are endemic, non-Hispanic black men, injection-drug users, and people who had blood transfusions before 1992 -- seek testing or information on how to protect themselves


FBI WARNS OF HAITIAN RELIEF FRAUD

January 14, 2010



Jesse Jackson Opens Wall Street Summit In NY

January 14, 2010



Southern Christian Leadership Officials
"Diverted" Funds

January 14, 2010



Black Coalition Clarifies The Use Of The Word "Negro" On The 2010 Census Form

January 14, 2010



MLK

January 14, 2010



"Magic" Johnson Throws An "Assist" To Help Build School In Ethiopia

January 14, 2010

The events will kickoff at 3:00 p.m. in the Tenafly High School gym with a “Gebzha” festival featuring Ethiopian dancers, music, food, arts & crafts, drumming circles


A Census Campaign That Speaks In Many Tongues

January 14, 2010

Among the languages being added are Armenian, Farsi, Portuguese, Ukrainian, Urdu and Yiddish, while Chinese is being divided into Cantonese and Mandarin. They will be used in ads along with English, Spanish and tongues like Arabic, Hindi, Korean, Polish


Native American Swimmer Works At Breaking Statistics

January 14, 2010

Diabetes and obesity may be hot topics on health professionals’ agendas, but for Caitlin Baker, moving Native youth’s focus from obesity and chronic disease to a


Justice Dept. Fights Bias In Lending

January 14, 2010



Could "Precious" Director Break Oscar Barrier?

January 14, 2010



Parental Demand For Charter Schools Surges 21% In One Year

January 14, 2010

Data indicates that low-income and minority families make up the bulk of the parents seeking entrance into charters -- meaning that new charter schools would primarily benefit low-income children and children of color. Already, more than 54 percent of students in


Native American Tribal Leaders Work With Govt. To Protect Key Historic And Cultural Resource

January 14, 2010

In meetings with the U.S. Department of the Interior, Native American tribal leaders, towns, land use planning agencies, the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound and others will propose a compromise that moves the project to an alternate site in close


Desmond Tutu Among Counselors Advising Young Delegates At Youth Leadership Summit

January 14, 2010

With One Young World's Inaugural Summit fast approaching on Feb. 8, global leaders Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Sir Bob Geldof, Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus and former


AIDS Campaign Targets Neglected Segment Of Black America

January 14, 2010



Former Texas Trooper Convicted On Civil
Rights Charges

January 14, 2010



Wheelock College Establishes National Race
Amity Center

January 14, 2010



GOP Leader Continues 'Honest Injun’ Controversy

January 14, 2010



Report: Economic Policies Must Be Targeted To Address Racial Income And Wealth Gaps

January 14, 2010



Court Rules FDNY Hiring Practices Intentionally Discriminated On The Basis Of Race For Decades

January 14, 2010



Tough Economy And Federal Legislation Threaten Native American Commerce

January 14, 2010



Incumbency And Fundraising Trump Race And Gender In Judicial Elections

January 14, 2010

The recent appointment of Justice Sonya Sotomayor to the United States Supreme Court launched a wide discussion of racial, ethnic and gender diversity in the nation's courts. A new report from the National Institute on Money in State Politics, titled


Report On S.C. Black Parents And Their Engagement With Public Schools Released

January 14, 2010



Black Caucus Of State Legislators Appeals For Broadband Access For Minority Communities

January 14, 2010



Report Shows Health Care Reform Will Create Jobs And Reduce Racial Disparities

January 14, 2010



Minority Students Awarded Scholarships Through Ronald McDonald House Charities

January 14, 2010



Free Tax Help Available to Low-Income
Illinois Families

January 14, 2010



January 15, 2010

JOIN MLK VIRTUAL TOWN HALL

Join the virtual town hall now to see live feeds of dialogues and service events happening live across the country in honor of Dr. King!


Dr. Joseph Lowery Speaks At MLK Breakfast
Watch Live 8AM ET Monday

January 15, 2010

Named one of the nation’s “15 Greatest Black Preachers” by Ebony magazine, Rev. Lowery earlier this year received the Presidential Medal of Freedom – the country’s highest civilian honor. Also this year


Nelson-Atkins Museum Announces Gift Of African Works From Private Collection

January 15, 2010



New Report Shows Blacks Upbeat About Black Progress, Prospects

January 15, 2010



Princeton Prof. Takes On Affirmative Action And The Racial Achievement Gap

January 15, 2010



Rev. Sharpton, Black Leaders Stand Together For Equity In Health Care

January 15, 2010



National Minority Orgs Continue To Voice Concerns With FCC's Net Neutrality Proceedings

January 15, 2010



National Service Agency Calls For A "Day On, Not A Day Off"

January 15, 2010



Urban League Sends Letter To Congressional Leaders Detailing 6 Point Plan To Create Jobs

January 15, 2010



Pentagon Honors Dr. King's Legacy

January 15, 2010



Roland Martin Interviews The President For 'Living The Dream' Special

January 15, 2010

TV One offers viewers a very special Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday programming event Monday, January 18th from 8-9 PM ET, repeating at 11 PM ET, when the network presents Living the Dream: An


More Than 100,000 Volunteers To Complete Volunteer Projects On Day Of Service

January 15, 2010



Arkansas Man Pleads Guilty To Conspiring To Commit Murders Of African-Americans

January 15, 2010



DONATIONS POUR INTO HAITI

January 15, 2010



MALDEF Holds Latino State Of The Union Roundtable

January 15, 2010



Minority Media Council Announces Broadband And Social Justice Summit

January 15, 2010



United Negro College Fund Holds Council Leadership Conference

January 15, 2010



Public Universities Are Decreasing Representation Of Low-Income Students, Report Says

January 15, 2010



Japanese American League Warns Against Anti-Asian Sentiment

January 15, 2010



Celebrate Dr. King At The Washington State History Museum

January 15, 2010



"Sounds Of Blackness" Perform At MLK
Tribute Concert

January 15, 2010



Nationally Acclaimed Medical Missionary To Be Guest Speaker At King Breakfast

January 15, 2010



Texas NAACP Prepares For MLK Day Celebration

January 15, 2010



Harlem's Abyssinian Church Hosts Martin Luther King, Jr. 'Non-Violence' Youth Event

January 15, 2010



National Constitution Center To Honor MLK In Holiday Observance

January 15, 2010

“There is no better role model for active civic participation than Dr. King, who so eloquently championed the principles on which our nation was founded,” said National Constitution Center President


Elder Bernice A. King Announces Second Annual "Give Back Day"

January 15, 2010



National Company Encourages Volunteerism On MLK Day

January 15, 2010

As part of the company's recognition of Dr. King's vision and its own commitment to volunteerism, Allstate is also honoring four African-American


January 18, 2010

Help for Haiti: Learn What You Can Do


Creole Broadcasts To Haiti Now On Multiple
Radio Frequencies

January 18, 2010



Are We Overlooking The Black Power
Behind Obama?

January 18, 2010



Texas Standards Omit Liberal, Minority Groups From Curriculum Requirements

January 18, 2010



Roundtable Looks At Racial, Ethnic Disparities
In Education

January 18, 2010



Survey: Racial Equality Still Not Reality

January 18, 2010



Black, Hispanic Leaders Protest
Abortion 'Supercenter'

January 18, 2010



Haitian Relief Groups:
We MUST Get This Right

January 18, 2010



Crucial Differences Found Among Latino Populations Facing Heart Disease Risks

January 18, 2010



Cowboys Of Color Rodeo Reflects
West’s Diversity

January 18, 2010

The Stock Show will conduct the Cowboys of Color Rodeo, which features standard modern-day rodeo events ranging from tie-down roping to bull riding. The rodeo mainly features competitors who are African-American, Hispanic, Native American and Asian. One


Advocates Struggle To Measure Stimulus Relief For Minority Businesses

January 18, 2010



Audits: History Of Trouble At Tribal Welfare Program

January 18, 2010

Beneath the surface of rampant poverty and joblessness on one of California's poorest American Indian reservations is nearly a decade of mismanagement and misuse of millions in taxpayer dollars meant for those needing the money most


10 Years Ago: 50,000 Marched Against Confederate Flag

January 18, 2010

A multi-racial, multi-generational throng of more than 50,000 people packed downtown Columbia for a King Day rally a decade ago, demanding the Confederate flag be


'Soul Soldiers' Exhibit To Open At Civil
Rights Museum

January 18, 2010



University Renews Bond With Local Tribes

January 18, 2010

A tribal advisory board comprised of two members from each of the four closest Native American tribes is currently in the process of developing an American Indians Studies concentration at Gonzaga University. “There is a deep historical relationship,” Dr. Raymond


National Civil Rights Museum Plans More Interactive Exhibits

January 18, 2010



Asian Week Of Action Focus On
Immigration Reform

January 18, 2010



UN Report: Indigenous Peoples’ Cultural/Physical Survival Threatened

January 18, 2010



Lupus Foundation Developing National Education Initiative For Minorities

January 18, 2010



New Report Examines The State Of Minorities In The Economy

January 18, 2010



New Online Exhibition, Symposium On NAACP Slated At Library Of Congress

January 18, 2010



'Facing Ali' Chronicals Boxing Legend

January 18, 2010

Muhammad Ali's Top Opponents Share Personal Stories Of How Facing 'The Champ' Left An Indelible Mark On Their Lives


'Great Gallon Give' Campaign Helps Hispanics Build Strong Families In 2010

January 18, 2010



Latino Legal Civil Rights Organization Convenes 3rd Annual Latino State Of The Union

January 18, 2010



Minority Unemployment Skyrocketing, Report Says

January 18, 2010



NOW Calls For Action Before Senate Debate

January 19, 2010



Study: California Law Firms Lead Country In Diversity - But It's Not Easy

January 19, 2010



Lynching Exhibit Brings Ugly Reality To
Freedom Center

January 19, 2010



New Survey Of Online Daters Also Shows Improved Perception Of Interracial Relationships

January 19, 2010



Lecture Series Commemorates 30th Anniversary Of NJ's Black History Month Conference

January 19, 2010



Choirs To Raise Voices, Stroke Awareness Through Most Powerful Voices Competition

January 19, 2010



"Flagship" Universities Doing Poor Job At
Minority Recruitment

January 19, 2010



NAACP Speaks Out Against Board's Plan For Neighborhood Schools

January 19, 2010



Cherokee Nation And Nike Partner To Help
Native Americans

January 19, 2010



Minority Teen Boys Smoke More When They Perceive Discrimination; Girls Do Not

January 19, 2010

The perception of discrimination increases the amount teenage minority boys smoke but does not increase the amount teenage minority girls smoke, according to a


S. Phila. High Fallout: Asian Group Files Federal Rights Complaint

January 19, 2010

The complaint says there were numerous instances in which school officials failed to take action after teachers and Asian students alerted them to an increasingly hostile environment towards Asian students. This alleged inaction led to widespread


Survival Spending: Latino Credit Card Users Charge Necessities, Worry About Jobs

January 19, 2010

Latinos rely on their credit cards to cover everyday expenses that their paychecks can't afford, according to a report released today by NCLR


Census To Break Down Origins
Of Indigenous

January 19, 2010

Most Americans will find it easy to check a box on the U.S. census form describing their ethnicity: White. Black. American Indian. But it's not so simple for indigenous immigrants — the Indians of Mexico and Central America. They often need more than one box


Bishop Remembered For Including
Indian Practices

January 19, 2010

When Donald Pelotte became the nation’s first Native American bishop, he chose to hold his ordination not in a cathedral but at Red Rock State Park. “He’s Native American, so he knew what kind of life we had out here,” Tsosie said. “Every time I heard him speak


ESSENCE Black Women In Music: Honoring Career & Accomplishments Of
Mary J. Blige

January 19, 2010

"In honor of our 40th anniversary, ESSENCE is committed to celebrating both the achievements and promise of Black women like Mary J. Blige—who


D.C. Regional Task Force Tackling Minority Unemployment Problem

January 19, 2010

A task force of local elected officials across the Washington region is calling on communities to band together to tackle the disproportionately high unemployment levels among African Americans and Hispanics. The Metropolitan Washington Council of


Has Obama Presidency Helped Race Relations?

January 19, 2010



VIOLENCE COMPLICATES HAITIAN RELIEF

January 19, 2010



Bill Cosby Joins Stafford Foundation To Announce National Initiative

January 19, 2010



California Blacks And Hispanics More Likely To Die In Alcohol-Related Homicides

January 19, 2010



Design Contest In NY To Celebrate Chinese New Year 2010

January 19, 2010

Beginning at today, New York residents may visit AT&T's new Chinatown store located on 260 Canal Street, to pick up the official Hong Bao Design Kit, create their own


AARP Study: African Americans Extremely Active In Communities And Volunteering

January 19, 2010



Hispanic And African-American Christian Leaders Protest At Nation's Largest Abortion Facility

January 19, 2010



IS THE US BLOCKING HATIAN AID?

January 20, 2010



International Civil Rights Center & Museum Invites Community To Grand Opening

January 20, 2010



Director Mario Van Peebles To Discuss Race Relations With Diverse Group

January 20, 2010



HUD Policy Changes Support And Provide Better Access For Underserved Communities

January 20, 2010



Reverend Dr. Joseph Lowery To Speak At University Of Rochester

January 20, 2010

WATCH LIVE
Friday, Beginning at 6PM ET


National Coalition Demands U.S. Senate Enact Strong Financial Reforms And Close Racial Wealth Gap

January 20, 2010

Forty prominent scholars, policy experts and advocates from the African-American, Latino, Asian-American, Native Hawaiian and Native American communities said that all Americans will benefit if lawmakers take aggressive steps to ensure members


Labor Dept. Awards Additional $190 M For Green Jobs In Minority Targeted Neighborhoods

January 20, 2010

This set of green grants is the third awarded in as many weeks by the U.S. Department of Labor. Less than a month into 2010, the department's investment in this growing area of the job marketplace is close to the $440 million mark. "These grants will help workers


Seneca Nation Responds To NY Gov's Attempt To Collect Taxes On Indian Lands

January 20, 2010



Bill Cosby And The Stafford Foundation Shine Spotlight On 'Doing Good'

January 20, 2010

The Stafford Foundation (TSF) today launched an exciting effort to begin a national movement to motivate people to help others in need by "Doing


Black Journalists' Group To Hold Conference On Black Health and Health Care Disparities

January 20, 2010

The conference will provide journalists the tools to effectively report on the impact of health, health policy and health care reform on communities of color. This annual conference has garnered the attention of headliners and newsmakers in the fight


Alliance For Digital Equality Hosts Digital Empowerment Summit

January 20, 2010



Hall Of Famer Applauds Efforts Of International Alliance For Youth Sports

January 20, 2010

Game On! Youth Sports programs have been held throughout Africa, India, Central America and the Caribbean. The IAYS features regional offices in


NAACP, NJ School District Meet To Talk
About Diversity

January 20, 2010



Minority Supplier Development Council Succeeds in 2009 Despite Recession

January 20, 2010



Building Pathways For Native Students

January 20, 2010

A comprehensive report – the collaboration of two tribal colleges and three non-tribal colleges – identifies ways to ensure Native students succeed once they get there


Black Leadership Comments On Senate Election Results In Massachusetts

January 20, 2010



DreamWorks' Martin Luther King Film
Back On Track

January 20, 2010



Latino Commission on AIDS Urges End To Hate Crimes And Discrimination In Puerto Rico

January 20, 2010



Group Calls on Banking Agencies and Congress to Crack Down on Abusive Loans

January 20, 2010

Tax refund anticipation loans (RALs) siphoned $54.7 million from the pockets of low income New Yorkers in just one year, according to a report issued today by the Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project (NEDAP), a New York City-based financial


Black Conservatives Take Lead Role In Tea
Party Movement

January 20, 2010



University Of Chicago Receives $5M Gift To Further Urban Education Programs

January 20, 2010



Multilingual Poll Finds Californians United In Financial Misery

January 20, 2010



Teaching Tolerance Magazine Examines The 'New Segregation' In U.S. Schools

January 20, 2010



Big Brother of the Year To Be Recognized During White House National Mentoring Month Ceremony

January 20, 2010



Reverend Dr. Joseph Lowery To Speak At University Of Rochester

January 21, 2010

WATCH LIVE
Friday, Beginning at 6PM ET


'A Taste of Black History' Culinary Event Salutes Success of Chicago's African-American Vendors

January 21, 2010

This year's program will kick off with the 11th annual "A Taste of Black History" reception, from 6-9 p.m., on Thursday, Jan. 28, at


Man Guilty Of Operating $62 Million Ponzi Scheme Targeting Spanish-Speaking Investors

January 21, 2010

Following a week-long trial in United States District Court, jurors deliberated for less than an hour on Tuesday before convicting Retana of charges that carry a potential penalty of 125 years in federal


Africa Action Releases Africa Policy Outlook 2010

January 21, 2010



NOW Plans Demonstration Outside Supreme Court On Roe v. Wade Anniversary

January 21, 2010



Depressed Black Dads Less Likely To Be Involved With Their Children, Study Says

January 21, 2010

Dads who don’t live with their children can still have a positive impact in their kids’ lives however, and treating their


PLANS FOR BLOCKBUSTER HATIAN BENEFIT
SEE IT HERE LIVE TOMORROW 8PM ET

January 21, 2010



Catholic Charities USA Begins Centennial Year With Poverty Reduction Summit

January 21, 2010

"In a country like ours, even in these tough times, it is simply unacceptable that close to 40 million people live in poverty," said Rev. Snyder. "Catholic Charities agencies and Catholic Charities USA seek a sustained national commitment that will ensure a reduction in


Census Bureau Launches Spanish
Interactive Webpage

January 21, 2010



Minority Coalition To Launch Florida Neighborhood Revitalization Loan Fund

January 21, 2010



Basketball League For White Americans Targets Augusta

January 21, 2010

"Only players that are natural born United States citizens with both parents of Caucasian race are eligible to play in the league," the statement said. Augusta Mayor Deke Copenhaver, who has publicly expressed his support for minor league teams in the


Angel Island, Landmark Of U.S. Diversity

January 21, 2010



China's The Word In More US Schools

January 21, 2010

Yu Ying, which opened in September 2008, is Washington DC's first Chinese language immersion school and the only one that offers a 50-50 instructional model in the city, said Ms Shaffner. It hopes to extend its programme to high school


Civil Rights Office, School Board Agree To Plan To Reduce School Segregation

January 21, 2010



Bill To Empower Charter Schools Announced

January 21, 2010



IL Man Convicted Of Doing 'Devastating Harm’ To Native American Site

January 21, 2010



National Black Republican Association: The Massachusetts Message

January 21, 2010



SD Tribal Official Urges Improved Health Services

January 21, 2010



Black Gents of Hollywood Set to Perform Tribute To Tuskegee Airmen

January 21, 2010

The narrative depicts the lives of six men who struggle through the Jim Crow era and emerge with distinction as the first


Minorities On Juries Subject Of High Court

January 21, 2010

The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday on how to decide if minorities are systematically excluded from jury duty, but justices seemed hesitant to impose measures necessary to increase jury attendance of blacks -- who are disproportionately


Certain Minorities Less Represented In Law Schools Now Than Before

January 21, 2010



Diversity v. Neutrality: Minority Groups Make Case Against Regulation

January 21, 2010



The Fight For Healthcare Reform Continues

January 21, 2010



Celebrating African American Male Achievement While Addressing Rising Unemployment

January 21, 2010



Medical Manuals Help Solve Language Barriers In Health Care

January 21, 2010



Secretary Of Labor Hilda Solis Talks About Jobs On Azteca America's 'Issues: Caras y Voces'

January 21, 2010



Reverend Dr. Joseph Lowery To Speak At University Of Rochester

January 22, 2010

WATCH LIVE
TONIGHT, Beginning at 6PM ET


January 22, 2010



Minority Teen Media Use Up Dramatically

January 22, 2010

Black and Hispanic children consume nearly four and a half more hours of media daily than white children (13 hours of total media exposure for Hispanics


National African American Read-In Begins Next Month

January 22, 2010

Schools, churches, libraries, bookstores, community and professional organizations, and interested citizens are urged to make literacy a significant part of Black History


Using Race To Reduce Incidence Of Cancer

January 22, 2010

Statistics showing higher rates of colon cancer among blacks have led HealthPartners to advise blacks to have colonoscopy screenings at an earlier age. The program, announced Thursday, was started because blacks are at higher risk than whites of dying from


NOW Celebrating 37 Years of Roe v. Wade:

January 22, 2010

Today we celebrate the 37th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, which recognized a woman's constitutional right to legal abortion. However, we recognize that in 2010 women's ability to exercise this basic right is under attack as never before, not only by domestic


Black Conservatives: Olbermann Dead Wrong On Free Speech-Dred
Scott Comparison

January 22, 2010

As they did with Representative Alan Grayson (D-FL), members of the Project 21 black leadership network are taking MSNBC talking head Keith Olbermann to task for his wrong-headed and offensive behavior in equating the free speech victory in the Supreme Court


Civil Rights Activist Angela Davis Urges Student Involvement

January 22, 2010

As he read off the names of prominent San Antonio citizens who had signed the petition, the crowd again rose to its feet to cheer. Davis was


Amateur Night At The Apollo Kicks Off 2010 Season

January 22, 2010



Notre Dame Research Report Examines Latinos And The Housing Crisis

January 22, 2010



EPA, Congressional Black Caucus Announce Joint Environmental Justice Tour

January 22, 2010

Mississippi marks the first stop on the tour with visits to Greenville and Jackson on January 22-24. Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) will host Administrator Jackson in Greenville where both a roundtable discussion with regional mayors and tour of a local


Bill Addresses Hot-Button Topic Of American Indian Mascots

January 22, 2010



Cheryle Jackson, Democratic Senate Candidate, Hedges On Gay Marriage

January 22, 2010



HUD Awards $26 M In Grants To Fight
Housing Discrimination

January 22, 2010



Brooklyn Academy Of Music Presents Best Of The African Diaspora Film Festival

January 22, 2010



Ohlone Nation Fights To Save Ancestral Homeland

January 22, 2010



Scarred Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre 1968 Premieres During Black
History Month

January 22, 2010

On February 8, 1968, eight seconds of police gunfire left three young men dying and at least 28 wounded on the campus of South Carolina State College at Orangeburg. All of the police were white, all of the students African American. Almost all of the victims


Indian Congress President Keel To Deliver State Of Indian Nations Address

January 22, 2010



Tavis Smiley Goes Primetime Before State Of The Union Address

January 22, 2010



United Negro College Fund Announces Tribute To Lionel Richie

January 22, 2010



United States Mint Introduces 2010 Native American $1 Coin In New York City

January 22, 2010



Bank Awards $40 Million For Affordable
Housing Development

January 22, 2010



BET News Presents: The State Of The Union President Obama And Black America

January 22, 2010



Fresh Air Fund Registration Begins

January 22, 2010



Tri-Caucus: Destructive Pressures Undermine Educational Aspirations Of Minority Males

January 22, 2010



Black Joblessness Expected To Spiral

January 25, 2010

Blacks as well as Hispanics were far behind whites in employment levels even when the economy was booming. But throughout the recession, the unemployment rate has grown much more quickly for blacks and Hispanics than for whites, according to the


AIDS Healthcare Foundation Bans Merck’s Drug Reps From Its Clinics

January 25, 2010

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest global AIDS organization which operates free AIDS treatment clinics in the US, Africa, Latin America/Caribbean, the Asia/Pacific Region and Eastern Europe, including 18 healthcare centers in


Exhibit Celebrates Female Civil Rights Leaders

January 25, 2010

Dorothy Height headed the National Council of Negro Women for 40 years: “I think what bothers me most today is that our young people go through doors that have been opened and don’t know how they got open.”


One-Third Of Teen Mothers Do Not Earn High School Diploma Or GED

January 25, 2010

Black teen mothers are more likely than Hispanic or white teen mothers to earn a diploma or GED by age 22. More than two-thirds (67 percent) of black women who had a child before the age of 18 earned either a high school diploma or GED, compared with 55


American Indians: Overlooked Again

January 25, 2010

Little or no data exist on hip fracture in American Indians, Alaskan Natives. For the past several years, the AAOS has helped focus attention on healthcare disparities among diverse groups. The increasing ethnic diversity of our country requires a variety of


Clark Atlanta University Hosts Annual LIFE AIDS Black Student Summit

January 25, 2010

Students from across the country representing historically Black colleges and universities will converge on the Clark Atlanta University campus on


Study: Lumping Ethnic Groups In Mental Health Research Leaves Many Untreated

January 25, 2010

The conventional practice of lumping ethnic groups together as Latinos, African Americans or Asian/Pacific Islanders makes it nearly impossible for researchers


Museum Of Art Breaks Ground For Historic Expansion Project

January 25, 2010

The Walter O. Evans Center for African American Studies, the heart of the museum complex, is named for Savannah native and nationally renowned art collector Dr. Walter O. Evans. Listed frequently among America's top 100 collectors by Art and Antiques


University Opens Web Portal To Greensboro’s Civil Rights History

January 25, 2010

Civil Rights Greensboro, a searchable digital archive, covers such subjects as desegregation of local schools, the historic February 1960 sit-ins at


BUYING POWER OF BLACK CONSUMERS APPROACHING $1 TRILLION

January 25, 2010



Indianapolis Colts' Caldwell Becomes Fourth Consecutive Black Super Bowl Coach

January 25, 2010



Civil Unions For Same-Sex Couples Find Support In Hawaii Senate

January 25, 2010



Fla. Redistricting Amendments Could Reduce Minority Representation

January 25, 2010



Study Aims To Help Minority Childhood Cancer Survivors Stay Healthy As Adults

January 25, 2010



Bar Association Looks At The Changing
Face Of Discrimination

January 25, 2010



Partnership Renewed To Expand Outreach To Minority Entrepreneurs

January 25, 2010



Minority Investment Firms On The Rise

January 25, 2010



Conservative Views Don’t Dampen Black Males’ Perceptions Of Environmental Risk

January 25, 2010



Cornell Receives $8 Mil Grant For Minority
Health Studies

January 25, 2010



FCC Commissioner: Open Internet Policy Essential To Minority Economic Empowerment

January 25, 2010



American Indians Moving Ahead With High-Profile Projects On Reservations

January 25, 2010



Congressional Black Caucus, EPA Start "Race Card Tour" To Promote Climate Regulation

January 25, 2010



A Look At National Hispanic Civic Events In The Year Ahead

January 25, 2010



Wives Learning, Earning More Than Husbands

January 26, 2010

Although Black men and women had higher household-income growth than men and women overall, the sharp decline in marriage rates among Blacks hindered growth in their incomes. Among Black women with high-school educations, household


Orange County Schools Close To
Desegregation Settlement

January 26, 2010



Equity Symposium Asks: Where Is $100 Billion In Education Aid Going?

January 26, 2010

The symposium will discuss whether this windfall of federal cash – more than double the Department’s 2009 budget – will improve equity and opportunity for low-income students. The two-day event will take place on February 8 and 9 in Teachers College’s


Does Race Play A Role In The Way We Tip?

January 26, 2010

Dr. William Michael Lynne, a full professor of consumer behavioral marketing at Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration has been examining the


NC Justice Center Reports: Acheivement Gap Still Wide

January 26, 2010

A decade after state leaders vowed to close the racial achievement gap in North Carolina’s schools, a new report shows the divide between white and black student performance is as wide as ever.


Black Babies, Boys Less Likely To Be Adopted

January 26, 2010

The probability that a non-African-American baby will attract the interest of an adoptive parent is at least seven times as high as the corresponding


Human Rights Campaign Releases Comprehensive State-By-State
Legislative Report

January 26, 2010

The report indicates that despite disappointments in 2009, we witnessed a banner year for positive legislation affecting the LGBT community with as many positive bills passed this past year as in 2007 and 2008 combined. The report also details expectations


Racial Barriers Still Exist, But Anything Is Achievable, Says PBS' Gwen Ifill

January 26, 2010



Liver Cancer Patients Face Racial
Disparities In Survival

January 26, 2010



Democrats Take Aim At Racial Profiling

January 26, 2010



Field Poll: Tea Party Off The Radar Of Ethnic Voters

January 26, 2010



Spanish-Language Newspaper To Launch
Next Month

January 26, 2010



African American Number Two In Command At McDonald’s Coporation

January 26, 2010



Minority Teen Jobs Disappearing In Illinois, Report Says

January 26, 2010

Nearly 48 out of 100 affluent, white teens in Illinois held a job in 2008, versus just 13 of 100 low-income black teens, and just 23 of 100 Latino teens. All of


Black Sorority Maintain Dream Of Founders

January 26, 2010



Multicultural Retirees' Income at Risk

January 26, 2010

Many multicultural populations are particularly at risk: a new study by the Hispanic Institute For Americans For A Secure Retirement found that only 41 percent of Hispanic workers say they have saved money for retirement. African-Americans, too, face significant


Black Enterprise Hosts Economic Forum With Obama Domestic Policy Director

January 26, 2010



Pennsylvania Leads Nation In Per Capita Rate Of Black Homicide Victimization

January 26, 2010



First Lady Michelle Obama To Host Civil Rights Music Night

January 26, 2010



U.S. Minority Teen Pregnancy And Abortion Rate On The Rise

January 26, 2010

Gap Between Blacks and Hispanics Has Closed, But Rates Among Both Groups Remain Significantly Higher Than Among Non-Hispanic Whites


January 26, 2010



Supreme Court Urged To Reaffirm Limitations For Discrimination Claims

January 26, 2010



Mentors Keep Young Blacks On Track

January 26, 2010



Destructive Pressures Undermine Educational Aspirations Of Minority Males

January 26, 2010



Super Bowl Gospel Celebration Coming To Miami

January 26, 2010



African-American Organ And Tissue Donors Changing History

January 26, 2010



Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities Helps Students Gain Access to Higher Education

January 26, 2010



PGA Historical Center Unveils African-American Exhibit

January 27, 2010

In celebration of Black History Month, the PGA Historical Center, in Port St. Lucie, Fla., has unveiled a tribute to influential African Americas who paved the path for diversity and equal treatment for everyone who plays the game. The displays are also the


Lamman Rucker Returns To The Stage In "Black Angels Over Tuskegee"

January 27, 2010

The narrative depicts the lives of six men who struggle through the Jim Crow era and emerge with distinction as the first African-American pilots in the


Pregnant And Shackled: Hard Labor For Arizona's Immigrants

January 27, 2010

Miriam Mendiola-Martinez, an undocumented immigrant charged with using someone else’s identity to work, gave birth to a boy on Dec. 21 at Maricopa Medical Center. After her C-section, she was shackled for two days to her hospital bed. She was not allowed


Apollo Theater Subject Of New Smithsonian Exhibition

January 27, 2010

The first exhibition to explore the Apollo Theater’s seminal impact on American popular culture will be presented this spring by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing: How the


US Census "Race" Question Receives Mixed Emotions

January 27, 2010

A new component under the race question for American Indian or Alaska Natives asks what "enrolled" or "principal tribe" an individual belongs to, an attempt to get a more accurate picture of the population. "That gives us finer detail that would be


Tavis Smiley Goes Primetime Before Stae Of The Union Adress Tonight

January 27, 2010

Smiley was granted exceptional access to Secretary Clinton and accompanied her on diplomatic missions abroad, to meetings on Capitol Hill, and within the State Department itself to give the American public an up close and comprehensive view of the inner workings of U.S. diplomacy and international relations. During the episode, Clinton discusses her relationship with the press, her thoughts on the surge in Afghanistan, and her views on how women are essential to improving developing economies.


Goodrich Foundation Awards STEM Grant For NC Women And Minority Students

January 27, 2010



NM Governor Bill Richardson Releases Final Report On Achievement Gap Summits

January 27, 2010



NJ African American Office Of Gay Concerns To Launch 'Status Is Everything' Testing Campaign

January 27, 2010



$30 Million Race Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against Howrey By Former Associate

January 27, 2010

As detailed in today's Complaint, from almost her first day at Howrey, Ms. Menns was subjected to escalating hostility and discrimination from colleagues, staff and supervisors. "When I talked to the Brussels Managing Partner, Trevor Soames, about the way I was being


$16.2 Million Awarded For Affordable
Housing Initiatives

January 27, 2010



Global Union Challenges Invitation Of British National Party to White Supremacist Conference

January 27, 2010



Latino Community Anxious To Hear President's State Of The Union Address

January 27, 2010



Civil Rights Group Settles 50-Year-Old Lawsuit

January 27, 2010



BLACK CONSERVATIVES SLAM OBAMA

January 27, 2010



The College Gender Gap Reaches Plateau For Most Groups Except Hispanics

January 27, 2010

The only group in which the size of the female majority does not yet appear to have stabilized is


Black Health Magazine Salutes Influential Blacks In Commemorative Black History Issue

January 27, 2010



Few Minorities Applying For CA Redistricting Panel

January 27, 2010



Civil Rights Coalition Announces 2010
Legislative Priorities

January 27, 2010



Voices Of Change: Discuss Health Disparities With Black Journalists

January 27, 2010



Apollo Theater Opens 2010 Season Ameteur Night

January 27, 2010



Lives That Changed the World: Nelson Mandela

January 27, 2010

Imprisoned 27 years for standing up for what he believed, Nelson Mandela persevered and was miraculously able to galvanize the world around his


Civil Rights Commission To Hold Public Hearing On New Black Panther Investigation

January 27, 2010



Class Action Suit Accusing CA Police Of Racial Bias

January 28, 2010



Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Explores History And Legacy Of The Montgomery Bus Boycott

January 28, 2010



Small Businesses Accused Of Racial Economic Segregation In FL

January 28, 2010



Housing Agent Accused Of Bilking Poor
Asian Americans

January 28, 2010



'Aunt Jemima': Fliers Stoke Racial Tension In Chicago Board President's Race

January 28, 2010

The fliers, designed to resemble parking tickets and placed beneath windshield wipers, are addressed to "Registered Voters and Concerned


Diabetes Education In Tribal Schools Reaches Millions

January 28, 2010

The DETS Health Is Life in Balance diabetes prevention curriculum for grades K-12 was designed to increase AI/AN students’ understanding of health, diabetes, and maintaining life in balance; to increase their understanding and application of scientific and


Report: Too Few Minority Doctors After
Decades Of Discrimination

January 28, 2010

“There is no doubt that much progress has been made in the past 100 years with regard to minorities’ representation in the medical profession,” said report co-author IIana Suez Mittman, Ph.D. “Unlike the turn of the twentieth century, currently there is heightened


NOW Echoes President Obama: Don't
Quit On Women

January 28, 2010



Education Investment Must Come With Policy Change, Says Education Rights Group

January 28, 2010



January 28, 2010



Research Untangles Effects of Bullying On Depression In African American Youth

January 28, 2010

“By removing race/ethnicity from the current analysis, we examined intra-racial behavior among youth in a way unlike the majority of bullying research has


Essence Celebrates 40th Anniversary In 2010: Where Black Women Come First

January 28, 2010



United Negro College Fund President Encouraged By President's Speech

January 28, 2010

We urge him, as he develops his proposals in more detail, to give serious consideration to the special challenges that face minority and low-income students, and to give those challenges the visibility and priority that Race to the Top and the community


Civil Rights History On View At Henry Ford Museum

January 28, 2010

A musical and dramatic presentation, "Minds on Freedom," explores the civil rights movement through song, speeches and more. "The actors play


Open Letter From The President

January 28, 2010



Black Conservatives Respond To State Of The Union Address

January 28, 2010



BET Networks Releases New Comprehensive Study, 'African Americans Revealed'

January 28, 2010



"Buying Power Of Black America" Report Shows Major Shift In Spending In Repsonse To Economy

January 28, 2010

Black consumers are responding to tighter economic condition by focusing more of their spending on items and services that improve their homes and lifestyle. That's one of the trends revealed in the 15th annual


Human Rights Campaign Announces Comprehensive Campaign To End Failed "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" Law

January 28, 2010

The HRC announced a robust campaign to end the failed “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law in response to the President’s pledge in his State of the Union address to work with Congress and the military towards repeal. The “Voices of Honor” campaign will organize veterans


Blacks In Energy Association Sponsors Energy And Climate Change Summit

January 28, 2010



Why The Federal Government Can't Recruit And Retain Hispanic-Americans

January 28, 2010



U.S. Parkinson's Rates Highest In
Whites, Hispanics

January 28, 2010



Gay Youth Of Color Creating Change At Conference

January 28, 2010



Fundacion Azteca America Teams Up With MALDEF For Regional Census Push

January 28, 2010



The Gandhi Legacy Is Alive And Perpetuating

January 28, 2010



New Harlem Fine Art Event For Black
History Month

January 28, 2010



Is Racism A Factor In Case Against Sam Riddle?

January 29, 2010

Riddle was the consultant for the family of the only Black child who died at Columbine, and the families of the 32 students


Pilot Considered The Only Ace Tuskegee Airman Dies

January 29, 2010

Retired Air Force Lt. Colonel Lee A. Archer, a Tuskegee Airman considered to be the only black ace pilot who also broke racial barriers as an executive at a major U.S. company and founder of a venture capital firm, died Wednesday in New York City. He


Symposium Spotlights African American Filmmakers

January 29, 2010

During the early to mid-20th century, African American filmmakers produced what came to be known as "race movies," films meant to counter


Spelman Celebrates The Life And Legacy Of Dr. Howard Zinn

January 29, 2010

Zinn was one of the greatest teachers, authors, historians, activists, and all-around rabble-rousers in American history. His People's History redefined the way a


NYC Sued Over Unlawful And Discriminatory Policing in Public Housing

January 29, 2010

Notably, these sweeps and checkpoints are only implemented in communities of color, such as NYCHA residences. As a result, New York City’s African-American and Latino residents bear the brunt of the NYPD’s unlawful activities. Indeed, evidence shows


NY Inmates At Center Of Census Issue

January 29, 2010



Minority Coalition Calls Out Small Business Administrator Mills

January 29, 2010



National Council of Churches: Must Give Attention To Minorities In Recession

January 29, 2010

Legislation, the statement said, "must also consider populations with unique needs, such as people of color, displaced workers, workers with disabilities, seniors, low-income youth, and people with limited-English proficiency, by providing worker retraining


A CLOSER LOOK AT JUDICIAL DIVERSITY IN NINE STATES

January 29, 2010

Women and members of ethnic or racial minorities are underrepresented in a majority of state courts across the nation. A new report from the


Congressman Conyers: Comcast Deal Must Protect Diversity

January 29, 2010



Historian Explores Results Of 'The War On Welfare’

January 29, 2010

About 90 percent of those using AFDC before it was eliminated in 1996 were single-mother families. Chappell said these women were of all ethnic backgrounds, unlike the stereotype of a single, poor black mother. In fact, she says, few of the myths


Sharpton Among Coalition To End Prison-
Based Gerrymandering

January 29, 2010



Rutgers Celebrates Black History Month

January 29, 2010



Some Institutions Making Gains In Graduation Rates For Minority Students

January 29, 2010



State Of The Union Ignored Immigration, Latino Media Says

January 29, 2010

Latino media coverage revealed disappointment that President Barack Obama didn't spend more time on the topic, however, an indication that the issue is not at the top of the White House's list of priorities. Here are some excerpts from coverage


National Black Chamber Of Commerce Launches Its "Legacy Project"

January 29, 2010



Marvelyn Brown To Keynote Life AIDS Black Student Summit

January 29, 2010



Magic Johnson Enterprises Promotes Economic Opportunities For Minority Businesses

January 29, 2010



National Archives Celebrates African-American History Month

January 29, 2010



More Recruiting Of Minorities Needed At Medical Schools, Study Says

January 29, 2010



Portland Development Commission Touts Diversity Contracting Numbers

January 29, 2010



SKEPTICISM OF HAITIAN AMERICANS

January 29, 2010



Celebrate Rev. King's Dream By Coming To The Table In Mississippi

January 29, 2010



February Features Black History Month Celebration At Detroit Institute Of Arts

January 29, 2010



International Civil Rights Center & Museum Hosts Annual Gala

January 29, 2010



Documentary Examines Understanding Of Black People -- Changing Racial Perceptions

January 29, 2010



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