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Widespread Support For Gender Equality Grows

July 01, 2010



Segregation, Isolation For Dreadlocks In Prison

July 01, 2010

Reports of at least 48 inmates in Virginia jails are being kept in isolation because they refuse to cut their hair. More than a dozen of those inmates are Rastafarians, who grow their hair long as part of their religion. About 10 of those Rastafarians have been held in isolation for a decade. Inmates are being


Hispanic Chamber Encouraged By Progress At Small Business Forum

July 01, 2010

"With the recent executive order to establish an Interagency Task Force to improve and increase federal contracting opportunities for small businesses, President Obama is emphasizing that small business really is the engine that drives our economy," stated Javier Palomarez, President and CEO of the USHCC


CA Residents Fear "Rodney King Reaction" Over Verdict

July 01, 2010

"We are thinking of boarding up our windows because, irrespective of whether the outcome is positive or negative, I feel that something is going to happen," said Cho.


Civil Rights Division To Address Impact Of Housing Crisis On Minority Communities

July 01, 2010

According to John Payton, director of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education fund (LDF) who also spoke on the panel, residential segregation also played a key role in the housing crisis. "Decades ago, we had segregated housing markets and laws enforced by federal government and state that required people to


ACLU Issues Arizona Warning

July 01, 2010

In response to civil liberties threats caused by the recent passage of Arizona's racial profiling law, state-based American Civil Liberties Union affiliates across


Program Guides Minority Students To Pharmacy

July 01, 2010

BESt targets minority students because, as the 2009 National Pharmacist Workforce Survey has reported, minorities account for just 13 percent of licensed pharmacists even though they comprise more than a third of the U.S. population. In addition, the program helps counter an overall shortage in pharmacists over


NY Institute Displays Japan's "Bleeding Edge Of Fashion"

July 01, 2010

The main gallery will reveal approximately 90 ensembles set within a dramatic mise-en-scène evoking the iconic cityscape of 21st


Implicit Bias Against Latinos Affects
All Immigrants

July 01, 2010



Black Churches Make Strides In Addressing HIV

July 01, 2010



Artist Donates Proceeds From Song Responding To AZ Controversy

July 01, 2010



Report Documents Widespread Racial Disparities In Marijuana Enforcement

July 01, 2010



First Lady To Address NAACP Convention

July 01, 2010



Monthly Black Jobs Report Officially Launching

July 01, 2010



Obama Re-Commits To Immigration Solutions

July 01, 2010



FBI Appoints NY's First Female Special
Agent In Charge

July 01, 2010



Comcast To Add Latino Board Member

July 01, 2010



Urban Chicago School Turns Out 100% College Bound Class

July 01, 2010



NYC Mayor's Diversity Hiring Record Questioned

July 01, 2010



BLACK PANTHER CONTROVERSY

July 01, 2010



Congresswoman Waters Wins Big For
Consumers, Minorities

July 01, 2010



Indian Health Service Under Investigation

July 01, 2010



HUD Addresses Gay Housing Discrimination Complaints

July 01, 2010

Our job to prevent and combat housing discrimination is not complete without addressing 21st Century issues," stated John Trasviña, Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity. "Our fair housing staff will work with state and local civil rights agencies to investigate and refer discrimination cases and work


Debate Simmers Over Confederate Flag

July 01, 2010



L.A. Lacks Resources For Immigrants In A Disaster

July 01, 2010



Leading Brands Step Up Pressure In
Hispanic Markets

July 01, 2010



National Black Journalists: Cable News Networks Moving Backwards

July 01, 2010



Backlash Over NAACP Marijuana Endorsement

July 01, 2010



Mexican Government Offers Health Insurance To Undocumented U.S. Immigrants

July 01, 2010



Study Gives Glimpse Of Future For Children Born Into Poverty

July 01, 2010



ACLU Challenges "No-Fly-List"

July 01, 2010



American Bar Association Supports Injunction Against AZ

July 01, 2010



Black Students Making Slow Academic Gains

July 01, 2010



Anti-Immigration Law Protest Expected To
Draw Thousands

July 01, 2010



The Last Airbender Receives Accusations
Of Racism

July 02, 2010

If M. Night Shyamalan’s directing career wasn’t in trouble before, the release of his latest film, “The Last Airbender,” has surely made him eligible for a stint


African American Historical Site Unearthed

July 02, 2010

It's called Timbuctoo - a once-thriving enclave probably founded by free African Americans and escaped slaves in the 1820s, now abandoned, if not forgotten, for more than half a century. An entire village lies beneath the grassy hill near Rancocas Creek in Westampton Township outside Mount Holly


Harvard Law Professor Examines Racial Profiling

July 02, 2010

What is it like to be arrested in your own home and taken to jail -- and to feel that it is because you are black? At a benefit for The Southern Center for Human Rights on Monday evening, Harvard Law School professor Charles Ogletree talked about his experience representing his colleague Henry Louis


Media Women Tap New President

July 02, 2010

“Erin is a known leader and expert in business planning, market analysis and brand development for high-potential non-profit organizations – and we look forward to her leadership during this pivotal time of organizational change and growth,” said Alliance for Women in Media Chair Sylvia Strobel, Esq. “As a


Police Respond To Racial Profiling Training Video

July 02, 2010

"If you don't have reasonable suspicion without reliance on race or color than you don't have reasonable suspicion," Beverly Ginn said in the video. Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villasenor is featured in the training video. "We will be ready, we will be enforcing this law."


Arizona Opposition Gains Power

July 02, 2010

This week, as the White House announced plans for yet another push on federal comprehensive immigration reform, a network of lawmakers so far representing 28 states


National Urban League June Employment Report

July 02, 2010

Urban unemployment continues to plague our communities and hamper our progress. Our State of Urban Jobs site at iamempowered.com gives you everything you need to know about jobs including the monthly employment report with job stats for Blacks, Whites and Latinos, the facts about how investing in


Blacks With High Blood Pressure Hospitalized Most

July 02, 2010

The hospital admission rate for Blacks with hypertension was 161 per 100,000 people in 2006 – nearly 5 times the hospitalization rate for Whites (33 admissions per 100,000), according to the latest News and Numbers from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Hypertension , which can


BLACK GOP CHIEF UNDER FIRE

July 02, 2010



Hispanic College Fund Holding Seminars
Around US

July 02, 2010



Google Announces New Gay-Only Benefits

July 02, 2010



Former Aide Takes On Opponents Of Gay Marriage

July 02, 2010



MLB Getting Pressure From Latino Civil Rights
Groups

July 02, 2010



NOW Conference Opens With Its Own Fireworks

July 02, 2010



Landmark Legislation Passes For Minority
And Women Owned Businesses

July 02, 2010



Immigrant Population Rises In Lutheran Church

July 02, 2010



Native American Curriculum Model Receives
National Recognition

July 02, 2010



Education Secretary Commemorates 46th
Anniversary Of The Civil Rights Act

July 02, 2010



Researchers Tackle Drop-Out Rates In Low Performing Schools

July 02, 2010



Poll Shows Shift In Gay Tolerance
Among Hawaiians

July 02, 2010



Coalition Plans Mass Immigrant Marches

July 02, 2010



Feds Award $96M To Increase Minority Nursing Numbers

July 02, 2010



UCLA Publishes Progress On School Integration After Supreme Court Decision

July 02, 2010



Black Female Olympian To Be Inducted Into Hall Of Fame

July 02, 2010



Competition For Jobs Frustrates
Minority Communities

July 02, 2010



Minorities Are A Growing Economic Force In Kentucky, West Virginia

July 02, 2010



Black Caucus Applauds Passage Of Youth
Jobs Package

July 02, 2010



Backers Urge Renewal Of American Indian Diabetes Program

July 02, 2010



La Raza Convention Addresses Childhood Obesity

July 02, 2010



Native Americans Want Voice On Federal Bench

July 02, 2010



African Marketplace Fights To Survive

July 02, 2010



UN Creates New Gender Equality Entity

July 02, 2010



Black Minister Accuses Obama Administration Of Racial Pay-Back Politics

July 02, 2010



Officials Select Blacks In Government Award Winners

July 06, 2010



Hispanic Chamber Adds Input To Small
Business Forum

July 06, 2010



Asians Resisting Cancer Screenings

July 06, 2010



Mayor's Promise To City Immigrants Falls Short

July 06, 2010



NOW Calls For Senate To Expel David Vitter

July 06, 2010



Obama Ensures Strong Support For
Jamaican Government

July 06, 2010



Firm's Commitment To Diversity, Women Earns National Recognition

July 06, 2010



Non-Native English Speakers Changing
Country's Standard

July 06, 2010



GLAAD Up In Arms Over NBC Wedding Contest

July 06, 2010



Threat Of Riots Bring Oakland Leaders Together

July 06, 2010



City Of Hope Names First-Ever Woman Chair

July 06, 2010



Gallup Poll: Americans Closely Divided Over Immigration Reform

July 06, 2010



Returning Vets Of Color Face Unique Challenges

July 06, 2010



Feds Confirm Suit Against Arizona

July 06, 2010



Kids Now Watch More TV Ads For Fast Food

July 06, 2010

By 2007, African American children saw 1.4 to 1.6 times as many food ads per day than white children, depending on their age. "Continued monitoring of children’s television food ad exposure along with nutritional assessments of advertised products will improve understanding of the extent to which self-regulation can translate into a reduction in the


Gender Debate Over South-African Track Star Resolved

July 06, 2010

The international track star, sidelined for nearly a year as a debate raged over her gender, was cleared for competition Tuesday by the International


Webinar Focuses On Economic Benefits Of Reducing Dropout Rate

July 06, 2010

An Analysis Of Students Of Color In The Nation’s Largest Metropolitan Areas. Years of data have consistently underscored the persistent graduation gap between America’s students of color and their peers. The most recent estimate shows that high school graduation rates for African American, Latino


Justice Ginsburg To Receive American Bar's Top Honor

July 06, 2010

She also was general counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union, served on its national board, and was counsel to the ACLU Women’s Rights Project, coinciding with


Incoming Midshipman Class Most Diverse In Academy's History

July 06, 2010

This year’s plebe class is the most diverse in Naval Academy history, officials said, the result of a dedicated strategy to recruit students from inner cities and parts of the country from which the school hasn’t traditionally drawn students. But cities are only one of the targets. According to a June 28 presentation for


Justice Dept Settles Housing Discrimination Suit

July 06, 2010



National Bar Association Gives Elena Kagan "Qualified" Rating

July 06, 2010



Stations Remove Campaign Ads From Supremacist

July 06, 2010



Jesse Jackson: On Immigration Reform Congress Must Act Now

July 06, 2010



Hank Aaron To Host Athlete Summit Charity Weekend

July 06, 2010

This star-studded event will include NFL legend Jim Brown; MLB great Hank Aaron Chairman of the AAGF Board, Dr. Walter Young; Mayor


Association Of Black Women Lawyers Honored

July 06, 2010



Human Rights Groups To Protest At Craigslist's HQ

July 06, 2010

A large portion of Craigslist's profits come from the sale of commercial sexual exploitation, much of it trafficked, all of it prostituted. Craigslist normalizes and facilitates online pimping - providing an outlet and incentive for sex traffickers to reach buyers of human beings. "By providing traffickers and johns with a


Hispanic Church Leader Sits Down With President

July 06, 2010



Ousted White House Social Secretary Leads Empowerment Retreat

July 06, 2010



CA NAACP REVOLT

July 06, 2010



Law Encourages Hate Groups

July 06, 2010

The volunteer groups lead by J.T. Ready, a self-described member of the National Socialist Movement, chose the area of Veckol Valley to patrol because a Pinal County deputy was shot there in May, allegedly by drug smugglers. Ready was identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a neo-Nazi that


Youth Civil Disobedience In Arizona

July 06, 2010



World Cup Tournament Highlights The
Immigrant Story

July 06, 2010



Latinos Not Flexing Political Muscle -- Yet

July 06, 2010



NAACP Blasts City's Decison To Ban Father's
Day Celebration

July 06, 2010



MI Considers New Court Rules For
Illegal Immigrants

July 06, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

July 07, 2010



Education Secretary Focuses On Recruiting More Black Male Teachers

July 07, 2010



Senate Goes On Recess But Unemployment Doesn't Take a Holiday

July 07, 2010

It is unconscionable that the Senate has taken a 10-day July 4th recess after failing last week to pass a much-needed jobs bill. As a result, unemployment benefits for


Gay Rights Group Puts NY Senator On "Hit List"

July 07, 2010



Black Fraternity To Make Pilgrimage Marking Centennial Anniversary

July 07, 2010



High School Hosts Program To Help Minorities Achieve College Dreams

July 07, 2010



Florida Attempts To Adopt AZ
Immigration Law

July 07, 2010

Community, Florida just adopted an anti diversity law and now they plan to adopt the AZ Immigration law in Florida. When will the attacks on Latinos and all minorities stop? There are no borders with Mexico in Florida. This is


Civil Rights Panel Backs DOJ Whistleblower In Black Panther Case

July 07, 2010

Commissioner Ashley Taylor said the panel will send out a letter as early as Wednesday calling for the Justice Department to open an investigation into the charge. The letter will go to Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez, who in May told the panel to bring any such claims "to our attention" if there's


Rally Against School Assignment Plan Takes Over Downtown Raleigh

July 07, 2010

Leaders of the North Carolina NAACP and African Methodist Episcopal Zion Churches of the eastern district spoke out to encourage other civic, religious, parent and student groups take part in a mass demonstration against the planned policy change that they say will lead to resegregated schools in Wake


Director Addresses Race Controversy

July 07, 2010

"Well, you caught me. I'm the face of racism. I'm always surprised at the level of misunderstanding, the sensitivities that exist. As an Asian-American,


$68M Fund For Gender Equality To Advance Womens Empowerment

July 07, 2010

The Fund is a US$68 million multi-donor initiative dedicated to furthering the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), including the commitment that gender equality and women’s empowerment are goals in their own right and central to all other development goals. The Fund places resources directly in the hands of


Black Panthers Organize "Outrage March Against Hate Crimes"

July 07, 2010

"We're not here to ask," he told reporters. "We're here to tell the United States of America from Obama down that this will be a hate crime and black people will get justice." Sheriff Lee Foster says the decision on whether it's a hate crime is up to prosecutors. His office is still investigating to determine a motive and


HUD Announces $190M For Homeless
Assistance Programs

July 07, 2010



Job-Trends Report: Black Employment
Remains Bleak

July 07, 2010



Immigration Law Sponsor Blasts
Obama Administration

July 07, 2010



Government Probe To Investigate Civil Rights Abuses In Puerto Rico

July 07, 2010



CA Race- And Sex-Based Quota Law Voided
By Court

July 07, 2010



ACLU And Lambda Legal Ready Lawsuit
Against Hawaii

July 07, 2010



Immigration Advocate: FAIR's Distorted Fiscal Analysis of Unauthorized Immigration

July 07, 2010



University's First Chief Diversity Officer Has
High Hopes

July 07, 2010



NY: Bill Bars Funeral Protests

July 07, 2010



Wife Of Clarence Thomas A "Party Player"?

July 07, 2010



ACLU Intervenes In Georgia Voting Rights Act

July 07, 2010



Poll: Existing Pay Practices In Law Field Opens
Door For Bias

July 07, 2010



Female Inmates Win Peacemakers Award

July 07, 2010



Contest Brings Out The "Inner Mogul" In Teen
Girls Nationwide

July 07, 2010



Warehouse Giant Lends Helping Hand To Main Street USA

July 07, 2010

"Access to capital is a major pain point for our members and the small business Main Street community. We believe this pilot program is a step in the right direction to help fuel small business growth and create jobs to stimulate our economy. It's also simple to apply and costs less, which is consistent with


AIDS/HIV Research Program Aims To Improve Care In Minority Community

July 07, 2010



Black College Boost Female Golfers

July 07, 2010



Popular CA Candidate Loses Edge With Minorities

July 07, 2010



Indiana U Starts New Native American Program

July 07, 2010



AZ: Gov Vows To Fight Feds

July 07, 2010



Detroit: Hate Mail Threatening Blacks

July 07, 2010



HI: Civil Unions Bill Vetoed

July 07, 2010



DC: United States V. Arizona

July 07, 2010



Finance Program Caters To Women, Minority
Business Enterprises

July 07, 2010



New Study Shows Asian Students Out Perform In Math And Reading

July 07, 2010



Supporters Of AZ Law Want Comprehensive Reform As Well, Poll Shows

July 08, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

July 08, 2010



Minority Children Facing More Obstacles Their White Counterparts

July 08, 2010

Minority children and teenagers have fewer opportunities than white counterparts to be healthy, obtain a quality education and achieve economic success, according to a national survey of adults whose jobs involve children's education, health and economic well-being. The groundbreaking poll was


Minority-Owned Investment Banks On
The Rise

July 08, 2010

Municipal bonds have historically been a sweet-spot for minority-owned firms. When hiring on this front, banks look for experience and familiarity with a specific region. Minority-owned firms that are beefing up corporate bond or IPO teams, however, are on the hunt for people with close ties to potential issuers and


Wyclef Jean Urges Call To Action As Six Month Anniversary Nears For Haiti

July 08, 2010

Yele Haiti is working on long-term goals that will require hands-on effort for years to come. The organization's initiatives, such as sustainable housing, schools, health


Defense Dept Sends Out "Don't Ask Don't
Tell" Surveys

July 08, 2010

Half of the surveys went to active-duty servicemembers, and half were sent to the reserve components. Troops who received the surveys were selected based on age, rank, service, component, military specialties, education, marital status and other factors to ensure broad and thorough feedback


Asian Bank Expanding Thanks To Low Income Minorities, Women

July 08, 2010

PR, have realized that they are more likely to get their money back by lending to African-American hairdressers in Queens or Latina food-cart operators in D.C. than by chucking money at middle-class whites who have bought more McMansion than they


Men's Health Conference Raises Awareness And Presence

July 08, 2010

Hosted by the Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF), BE HEARD will focus on challenges and solutions to achieving universal access to HIV-related prevention, care, treatment, and support services for sexual minority communities worldwide. The event comes at a time when MSM in low- and middle-income countries


Ex-Idol Goes On Hunger-Free National Tour

July 08, 2010

During the school year, 19.5 million children receive free and reduced-price meals at school. But during the summer months, only 2.2 million children participate in the


BP OUTRAGES BLACKS

July 08, 2010



Black Anthropologist To Release Findings Supporting Darwin's Theory Of Evolution

July 08, 2010



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

July 08, 2010



Minority Children Most Vulnerable When Parents Loses Job

July 08, 2010



Justice Department Reports Decline In Local Jails Death Rate

July 08, 2010



Bank Makes Largest Investment For Affordable Housing In Ohio History

July 08, 2010



Clinton Bush Haiti Fund Secures New Grants For Haiti Relief Effort

July 08, 2010



Hispanic Bar Awaits Arizona's Day In Court

July 08, 2010



Ad Council Deals With Mental Health Among
Asian Americans

July 08, 2010



"Poetry Slam" Contest Highlights Minority Artists

July 08, 2010



Author Offers New Insight Into Conflict Between The Races

July 08, 2010



Depression Study Of Black Women Reveals Startling Results

July 08, 2010



California Race Hinges On Ethnic Voters

July 08, 2010



Obama And The NAACP

July 08, 2010



Latinos In Social Media Launches Blogger Survey

July 08, 2010



Boston: AZ Gov "Not Welcome Here"

July 08, 2010



Chicago:The Untold Rape Kits

July 08, 2010



Latino National Convention Draws Celebrities,
Government Leaders

July 08, 2010



NY Offers Scholarships For Haitian Citizens

July 08, 2010



IBM On Board Hispanic Leadership Summit

July 08, 2010



Pittsburgh Activist Robert R. Levelle-
Dead At 94

July 08, 2010

The man who made buying a home a reality for thousands of Pittsburgh’s African-Americans when racism and red lining made loans from traditional banks and mortgage lenders impossible, who wrote Bible verses on billing statements and who prayed for men who robbed his bank, has died. He was 94


The Black "Dr. Phil"

July 08, 2010



Episcopal Church Elects First Female Bishop

July 08, 2010



Minorities And Women Have $50 Million To Work With In NY

July 08, 2010



Minority Dropout Rate Linked To Economic Crisis

July 08, 2010



Race Trumps Experience For Jobs In Sports

July 08, 2010



Justice System Involvement In Childhood
Trauma Found To Be Lacking

July 08, 2010



Atlanta: Transgender Woman Wins Suit

July 08, 2010



San Fran: Lesbian Film Gets Oscar Buzz

July 08, 2010



Latino Students Making Steady Gains Nationwide

July 08, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

July 19, 2010



Race Affects Attitude For Caregivers

July 19, 2010

These results bring into sharper focus some distinct social and cultural responses to the bereavement process, and help increase our understanding of the emotional costs of Alzheimer's. This understanding can help to inform and improve culturally competent resources to help caregivers not only throughout all


Lawsuits Cost Small Businesses Big Bucks

July 19, 2010

Noting that small businesses have created 64% of all net new jobs in the United States over the past 15 years, ILR President Lisa Rickard


Bias Found In Pediatric Studies

July 19, 2010

A Johns Hopkins review of nearly 150 randomized controlled trials on children — all published in well-regarded medical journals — reveals that 40 to 60 percent of the studies either failed to take steps to minimize risk for bias or to at least properly describe those measures. A report of the team’s findings in the


1st Grader Handcuffed At School Files Lawsuit

July 19, 2010

Children at an elementary school here are subjected to unlawful seizures and arrests – including handcuffing and shackling – for


Binge Drinking Spike In Native Americans

July 19, 2010

A new national study reveals that the rate of past month alcohol use (i.e., at least one drink in the past 30 days) among American Indian or Alaska Native adults is significantly lower than the national average for adults (43.9 percent versus 55.2 percent). The study, sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental


Urban League Praises Passage Of Banking
Reform Bill

July 19, 2010

Morial noted the unfortunate fact that it took 60 votes to pass the legislation, an all-too-common condition in the Senate of late. “Obstructionists in the Senate are


Archaeologists To Examine James Madison's
Montpelier Slaves

July 19, 2010

"This new excavation program will give us a comprehensive understanding of the entire slave population of nearly 100 who once lived here serving James and Dolley Madison and the Montpelier plantation," said Dr. Matthew Reeves, Montpelier director of archaeology. "Few plantations have pristine archaeological remains of an entire slave population like Montpelier, and this creates a remarkable opportunity to gain insight into the complex workings of the whole plantation. We are interested in learning more about these individuals by studying the archaeological remains of their homes and possessions. It will also give us a deeper understanding of James and Dolley Madison


Media Coverage Of Missing Women Varies By Race

July 19, 2010

The coverage was deemed “Missing White Women Syndrome” or “missing pretty girl syndrome.” Conspicuously absent were similar headlines and articles about missing women of color, especially black women, said Moody and two other researchers, whose work was cited in How National Media Framed


Voting Discrimination Suit Resolved In MI

July 19, 2010

The state will end two voter purge programs that unlawfully disfranchised tens of thousands of Michigan voters. One program automatically canceled


Nominations Bring Diversity To Bench

July 19, 2010



Chicago Gov Signs New Bill For Minorities

July 19, 2010



Utah Leaders Denounce Immigration Blacklist

July 19, 2010



Book Exposes Pattern Of Racism At Top
Talent Agency

July 19, 2010



Minority Groups Unite In FCC Opposition

July 19, 2010



Broadway Stars Shine For NYCLU

July 19, 2010



Civil Rights Organizations Tell Obama To Share

July 19, 2010



Black Group: NAACP Gets it Wrong

July 19, 2010



Small Texas Town Seized By Racial Controversy

July 19, 2010



Navajo Nation Vets Get Plan To Improve
Health Benefits

July 19, 2010



HIV DEVASTATES MINORITIES

July 19, 2010



Black Bishop Takes Helm Of Methodist Church

July 19, 2010



Black Officers Win Civil Rights Suit

July 19, 2010



Minority Business Ownership Booming

July 19, 2010



Cancer Survival Rate Effected By Race, Economics

July 19, 2010



African Concept Reduces AIDS Risks

July 19, 2010



DC: Push For Gay Immigration Rights

July 19, 2010



Phila: City, ICE Reach Arrest Agreement

July 19, 2010



LA: NAACP Accuses Tea Party Of Racism

July 19, 2010



San Fran: Civil Rights Is Heart Of School

July 19, 2010



HUD Program Protects Vulnerable Elderly

July 19, 2010



Haitian Nationals Given Six Month Extension

July 19, 2010



Civil Rights Museum Awards Highest Honors

July 19, 2010



Foremost Native American Law Expert Dies At 57

July 19, 2010



State Of The Art Hospital Breaks Ground In Haiti

July 19, 2010



Victory Likely For Govt Against Arizona

July 19, 2010



No Place At The Obama Table For Fat People?

July 19, 2010



Blacks And Latinos On The Internet: There's An App For That

July 19, 2010



Ethnic Voters May Call The Shots In
Marijuana Debate

July 19, 2010



Detroit Branch NAACP Unveils Summer
Youth Initiative

July 19, 2010



Girl Scouts USA Works On Youth Image

July 19, 2010



Optimism In Blacks Surpasses Whites

July 19, 2010



DREAM Act May Make Immigration Difficult For Many, Research Shows

July 19, 2010



Congress Urged To Move On Racial Profiling Ban

July 20, 2010



Joint Push By Latinos For Affordable Health Care

July 20, 2010



Court Action Thursday TO Attack AZ Racial Profiling

July 20, 2010



Blacks Benefit From HIV Couples Therapy

July 20, 2010



NAACP Zaps USDA Employee

July 20, 2010



President Taps Hispanic Judges

July 20, 2010



L.A. Unions To Help Boost Arizona's Latino Vote

July 20, 2010



Tea Party Member Takes Aim At NAACP

July 20, 2010



Universities Join Forces To Increase Hispanic
MBA Numbers

July 20, 2010



AL Health Program Eliminating Barriers

July 20, 2010



AIDS Message Tailored To Latinos

July 20, 2010



Program Addresses Latino Dropout Rate

July 20, 2010



Minority Organ Donors Needed

July 20, 2010



Gene Linked With Kidney Disease In Blacks ID'd

July 20, 2010



Call Made For More Hispanic Representation In Federal Government

July 20, 2010



Black Labor Movement Leader Sworn In

July 20, 2010



Congress Urged To Focus On Childhood Hunger

July 20, 2010



Blacks Denounce BP Cutting Hardship Payments

July 20, 2010



Home Run For Father Of Negro Baseball

July 20, 2010



Stars Line Up For Urban League's Centennial

July 20, 2010



Popular Fitness Club Slapped With
Discrimination Suit

July 20, 2010



Walden Offers Black Law Enforcement Program

July 20, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

July 20, 2010



1st Black Named To Head Hospital Group

July 20, 2010

The National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems (NAPH) is pleased to announce the appointment of Bruce Siegel, MD, MPH to the newly created position of Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Siegel succeeds Christine Capito Burch, who is retiring from NAPH after serving 20 years as Executive Director


Phoenix: Border Battle Heats Up

July 20, 2010



Enforcement Only Strategy Will Not Solve
Immigration Crisis

July 20, 2010

The U.S. has been increasing border enforcement resources over the last decade, according to a report noted by panelists. Along with greater spending on enforcement, the number of patrolling agents rose from roughly 12,000 in 2006 to more than 20,000 in 2009. Despite these increases, illegal immigration continues. The persistence of illegal immigration


Women Owned Businesses Losing Ground

July 20, 2010

"Women own over 7.8M firms, (28.75% of all firms in the U.S.) but secure only 3.95% of all revenues. The opportunity loss and unrewarded risk, loss of job creation, market demand, tax revenues, and potential retirement assets greatly impacts America's financial future," says U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce


Former Hispanic Senator To Lead J.P. Morgan Latin Region

July 20, 2010

Martinez will serve on JPMorgan Chase's Executive Committee and will be the firm's senior executive in Florida and the region, representing the firm at the most senior levels in both the private and public sectors. In this role, Martinez will help JPMorgan Chase continue to expand the communities they


State Of Emergency For Blacks

July 20, 2010

“Access to treatment is placed at risk by a public health department run by a revolving door of directors who have no public health training” lamented Uhuti referring


Bill Gates Talks Of Historic Opportunity In
AIDS Fight

July 20, 2010

But Mr. Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, stressed that future progress against AIDS depends on aggressively preventing new HIV infections: “We can drive down the number of new HIV infections dramatically and start writing the story of the end of AIDS.” While new HIV infections are


Mormon Church Under Fire For Immigration Attitude

July 20, 2010

“I get the sense that there are wheels in motion,” said Isabel Rojas, program director at the Utah immigrant advocacy group Comunidades Unidas and a member


Ethnic Media Unites Over Black Panther Controversy

July 20, 2010

Such is the case in the controversy over whether a fringe group called the New Black Panther Party is the beneficiary of racial solidarity from President Obama and Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. as the group allegedly sought to escape responsibility for supposedly intimidating black voters in Philadelphia


NY Hosts Latino Film Festival

July 20, 2010



ELDERLY MINORITIES
LIVING LONGER

July 20, 2010



SC: Blacks Discuss Unlikely Candidate

July 20, 2010



San Fran: Mehserle, Grant Rally Face Off

July 20, 2010



L.A.: Venus Williams Teaches Local Kids

July 20, 2010



Feds Host Native American Student Competition

July 21, 2010



NC Indians To Pow Wow With Feds

July 21, 2010



Farm Aid Chief, Willie Nelson Backs Sharrod

July 21, 2010



Oakland Union Backs Discrimination Suit

July 21, 2010



Broadcaster Donates Stations To Minorities

July 21, 2010



Vienna

July 21, 2010

International AIDS Conference
Live Webcasts From Vienna
Check Here For Daily Schedule


ACLU Challenges Legality Of Nebraska Ordinance

July 21, 2010



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

July 21, 2010



Ed. Dept. Opens Tribal Art And Writing Contest

July 21, 2010



Black Lawmakers Lobby For Care Of Elderly

July 21, 2010



Black Caucus Wants USDA Employee Reinstated

July 21, 2010



Road Tour Helps Blacks Trace Ancestry

July 21, 2010



Hispanic Community Voices Civil Rights Concerns

July 21, 2010



Black Mayor Sues Police Department

July 21, 2010



Houston

July 21, 2010

Houston Community College At
Center Of Civil Rights Lawsuit


Concerns Over Lack Of Diversity At Magnet School

July 21, 2010



African Americans Rejecting African Immigrants

July 21, 2010



Raleigh

July 21, 2010

More Arrests At NAACP Protest Segregation was wrong then,
Segregation is wrong now.


SLAVERY LIVES ON IN SOUTH

July 21, 2010



Gloves Come Off Over Civil Unions In N.J.

July 21, 2010



Labor Dept. Enforces Equal Pay Programs

July 21, 2010



Atlanta

July 21, 2010

White Farmer Backs
Shirley Sherrod,
Is shocked that she has lost her job over his case.


"Unbanking" A Dangerous Choice In L.A.

July 21, 2010



Hispanic Group Joins FCC Opposition

July 21, 2010



San Francisco

July 21, 2010

KKK Graffiti Artist Caught
"Very diverse community of people who don't tolerate racism in any..."


Charges Of Witch-Hunts And Racism At ICE

July 21, 2010



Dallas

July 21, 2010

Makeup Line Appalls Hispanics
"Maybe Mac should release a line of HOLOCAUST inspired makeup"


Webster University Named Best For Minority Grads

July 21, 2010



Black Journalist Convention Draws Big Names

July 21, 2010



Texas GOP Singles Out Hispanics

July 21, 2010



Future For Entrepreneurs Of Color Lies In New Media

July 21, 2010



Vienna

July 22, 2010

International AIDS Conference
Live Webcasts From Vienna
Check Here For Daily Schedule


Obama Reaches Out To Sherrod

July 22, 2010



Arizona

July 22, 2010

Arguments for both sides
begin today in the Arizona
immigration law suit


MINORITIES GAGGED BY FEDS

July 22, 2010



National Latino Group Elects New Leader

July 22, 2010



Village Mayor Resigns Over Racial Slurs

July 22, 2010



Columbia University Honors Ethnic Media

July 22, 2010



Black Justice Recognized For Civil Rights Work

July 22, 2010



Oral Arguments Begin In Arizona Immigration Trial

July 22, 2010



From Minority Students To Olympic Leaders

July 22, 2010



Mississippi

July 22, 2010

A lesbian high school student has
won a $35K lawsuit filed against
the school district after they cancelled her prom because she


Protesters Head To MLK Tomb

July 22, 2010



Minority Legal Eagles Gather In D.C. Next Week

July 22, 2010



Desmond Tutu To Retire From Public Life

July 22, 2010



FCC Chairman Aids Minority Business Owners

July 22, 2010



San Diego

July 22, 2010

Arizonians continue to vacation in
San Diego despite California's
opposition and boycott of SB1070


Washington

July 22, 2010

Congressman Quigley
calls for an immediate
and to discrimination,
Don't Ask, Don't Tell


New York

July 22, 2010

Andrew Breitbart says that
he was out to expose the
hypocrisy in the part of the NAACP


Phoenix

July 22, 2010

State Rep. Steve Montenegro
is the only Hispanic to
vote in favor of SB 1070


Los Angeles

July 22, 2010

The Governor's pick for
Chief Justice would make
history for women and Asians.


New York

July 22, 2010

The issuance of IDs to illegal
immigrants has sparked a
debate among US citizens


Seattle

July 22, 2010

Police Chief Diaz "Seattle and
the entire country has a race problem."


Washington

July 22, 2010

The NAACP's Benjamin Jealous
defends their rush to
judgement against Shirley


Raleigh

July 22, 2010

Thousands gather in downtown
Raleigh in support of diversity
in the Wake County School


New York

July 22, 2010

A tribe's federal recognition
is being challenged by a
Connecticut Group


Washington

July 22, 2010

Shirley Sharrod has received
an apology from both the
the President


HISPANIC

July 22, 2010



AFRICAN

July 22, 2010



CARIBBEAN

July 22, 2010



ASIAN

July 22, 2010



Minority Fisherman Top Concern For Lawmaker

July 22, 2010



Haitian Orphan Bill Passes In House

July 22, 2010



Discrimination Against Pregnant Women Probed

July 22, 2010



Harlem Chef Program Aims To Help Kids

July 22, 2010



Minorities Feel Recovery Is Underway

July 22, 2010



Hispanics Optimistic About Financial Future

July 22, 2010



Black National Anthem Questioned

July 22, 2010



Rights Groups Frustrated With Boston Schools

July 22, 2010



Tribal Law And Order Bill Heads To President

July 22, 2010



VA Prisons Sued For Denying Civil Rights

July 22, 2010



Aspiring Minority Pilots Off To Camp

July 22, 2010



Immigration Groups Oppose Feds AZ Lawsuit

July 22, 2010



Latina Actress Raises Asthma Awareness

July 22, 2010



Hispanic Medical Leaders Talk Reform With Obama

July 22, 2010



Civil Rights Coalition Lauds Financial Reform Bill

July 22, 2010



National Guard Moves On Border Next Month

July 22, 2010



Racial Profiling Causes Split In CA Electorate

July 22, 2010



School Ranks #1 For Minority Med Students

July 22, 2010



Minorities Support Death Penalty

July 22, 2010



MO State Honors First Black Applicant

July 23, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

July 23, 2010



Vienna

July 23, 2010

International AIDS Conference
Live Webcasts From Vienna
Check Here For Daily Schedule


Washington

July 23, 2010

A radio host is called
a terrorist during a debate
with a Latino racist.


Georgia

July 23, 2010

Black farmers are hopeful that
Congress will soon appropriate
the $1.25 billion settlement.


Phoenix

July 23, 2010

Inside the courtroom, it was
the state of Arizona vs. the
federal government.


Washington

July 23, 2010

73% of blacks think some
or all of Republicans in the
Tea Party are racially prejudiced.


Georgia

July 23, 2010

Shirley Sherrod is striking back at
Andrew Breitbart. "What has he
done to promote unity?"


DADT Supporters Want Feds To Finish The Job

July 23, 2010



SENATE KO'S BLACK FARMERS

July 23, 2010



Recession Hit Black Middle-Class Hardest

July 23, 2010



Unlikely Site For Blacks Only Schoolhouse

July 23, 2010



Decision To Forgive Part Of Haiti's Debt Praised

July 23, 2010



Black Chairman Wants More Info On Sherrod

July 23, 2010



Special Prosecutor Req. In Black Panther Case

July 23, 2010



Same Sex Couples Sue State Of Montana

July 23, 2010



Charges Filed In Case Targeting Haitian Americans

July 23, 2010



Will NAACP Make Good On Pledge?

July 23, 2010



Wells Fargo Urged To Expand Minority Lending

July 23, 2010



NAACP Backed Bill "The First Step"

July 23, 2010



Minority Recruits Not Easy To Find For Missouri PD

July 23, 2010



Black Group 'NABHOOD' Recognizes Diversity

July 23, 2010



Sherrod Incident Opportunity For Racial Healing

July 23, 2010



Group Calls For Rangel To Resign

July 23, 2010



Latino Tapped To Lead FBI NY Crime Division

July 23, 2010



High Praise For MTV From GLAAD

July 23, 2010



First Indian Dentist Writes Book

July 23, 2010



AZ Leaders: Immigration Law Damaging State

July 23, 2010



Minority Recruiting Push Begins At Arbitron

July 23, 2010



Open Letter From Black AIDS Institute President

July 23, 2010



Professor Looks At Minorities Health System Fears

July 23, 2010



New York

July 23, 2010

Lieutenant Dan Choi has
been fired from the US Army
after announcing that he is gay.


California

July 23, 2010

Hugh Hefner discusses a new
documentary about his
involvement in the
civil rights movement.


African Ancestry Linked To Breast Cancer Risk

July 23, 2010



CA ACLU Endorses Marijuana Proposition

July 23, 2010



Minister Pens Book "The Church Has AIDS"

July 23, 2010



Arizona

July 23, 2010

The Arizona Latino Republican
Association is the first
Hispanic organization to
show support for SB1070.


HBCU Tennessee State President Steps Down

July 23, 2010



Los Angeles

July 23, 2010

National Association of Women
In Construction holds camp
aimed at young girls.


Dallas

July 23, 2010

Using music and movement to help
young people better understand
the civil rights movement.


Pennsylvania

July 23, 2010

"It would be less risky to live
anywhere in the United States
other than Arizona if
you're illegally present."


Philadelphia

July 23, 2010

Women seem to own the housing
market these days with
25% of new home buyers
being single women.


Rapper Snoop Dogg Reaches Out To Chicago Youth

July 23, 2010



New York

July 23, 2010

Rep. Charles Rangel
has been charges with
multiple ethics violations.


New Info For Blacks With Kidney Disease

July 23, 2010



Lunch Counter Desegregation Commemorated

July 23, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

July 26, 2010



Saratoga

July 26, 2010

The first female jockey to
win the training title at
Saratoga is poised to
make history again.


Black Caucus Pushes For Minority Donors

July 26, 2010



Obama On Gay Pride Month: More Work To Do

July 26, 2010



RIGHTS GROUPS MAKE
DEMANDS ON OBAMA

July 26, 2010



EPA Gives Strength To Minority Voices

July 26, 2010



L.A. Activists Head To Arizona

July 26, 2010



$42M Grant Opens Doors For Minorities

July 26, 2010



Los Angeles

July 26, 2010

The band Rage Against The
Machine returned to Los
Angeles to protest Arizona's
immigration law, SB1070.


Atlanta

July 26, 2010

Ousted gay officer Dan Choi
and gay rights activist
Michaelangelo Signorile discuss
Don't Ask, Don't Tell repeal.


Atlanta Civil Rights Group Starts Prison Project

July 26, 2010



Blacks Stuck In Revolving Door Of Temp Agencies

July 26, 2010



Harlem

July 26, 2010

Reverend Al Sharpton predicts
a 'political bloodbath' in Harlem
if Rangel needs to be replaced.


Blacks Not Mainstream Media Material

July 26, 2010



Financial Overhaul Offers Protection For Blacks

July 26, 2010



Lingering ?'s Over Stop and Frisk Law

July 26, 2010



Virginia

July 26, 2010

The immigration law in Prince
William County has caused
discontent in communities of color.


Homeschooling Numbers Rise In Minorities

July 26, 2010



Harvard Gives Praise For Parolee Program

July 26, 2010



Hispanic Businesses Fight For NY Energy Supply

July 26, 2010



Hispanic Leaders Education Concerns

July 26, 2010



Council Salutes NY, NJ Minority Business Owners

July 26, 2010



Black Advocacy Group Names New Leader

July 26, 2010



Minority Inmates Mean $$$ In Census Tallies

July 26, 2010



Black Chamber: Dept Of Ed Limits Blacks Access

July 26, 2010



Minority Program Helps Avoid Foreclosure

July 26, 2010



New App Follows African American Heritage Trail

July 26, 2010



Washington

July 26, 2010

The Shirley Sherrod Saga
fueled strong accusations of
black racism this weekend.
“I think Fox News did something
that was absolutely racist."


Washington

July 26, 2010

The National Urban League
celebrates its 100th anniversary
with a party at the D.C.
Convention Center!


Obama To Address Urban League Convention

July 26, 2010



HUD Releases Report On Discrimination In Housing

July 26, 2010



Haitian Church Gets Help From US

July 26, 2010



California

July 26, 2010

Two brothers remember a time
when blacks and whites did
not swim in the same pool.


Anti-Immigrant Battle Gears Up In NE

July 26, 2010



Spanish TV Keeping Close Eye On AZ This Week

July 26, 2010



Chicago

July 26, 2010

The Reverend Jesse Jackson
weighs in on Shirley Sherrod
and the black community.


ICE Adds More Immigration Enforcers To Roster

July 26, 2010



Judge Blocks Elimination Of Gay Partner Benefits

July 26, 2010



Atlanta

July 26, 2010

Freedom’s Sisters brings to life
20 African American women, who have fought for equality
for all Americans.


Report Details Discrimination In Navajo Nation

July 26, 2010



Utah

July 26, 2010

"To think that there is fear in
the hearts of these illegal
aliens, I celebrate that."


Black BET Mogul Addresses "Wealth Gap Tsunami"

July 26, 2010



New York City

July 26, 2010

Rangel has long acknowledged
that his ethics troubles had
no upside for Democrats
in difficult re-election bids.


Houston

July 26, 2010

A transgender widow
is making headlines as
she fights in court.


Women, Minorities See Dr Of Choice In ER

July 26, 2010



TX Policy Strengthens "School To Prison Pipeline"

July 27, 2010



Marriage Equality Decision "Does Not Spell Defeat"

July 27, 2010



Hispanics Hail Increased Corporate Support

July 27, 2010



Equality Advocates: Come Clean Free Press

July 27, 2010



National Urban League Centennial Conference

July 27, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

July 27, 2010



Language Barriers Delay Action In Emergencies

July 27, 2010



5 Years After Katrina, Mayor Plans New Hospital

July 27, 2010



Washington

July 27, 2010

"Black people feel that
they are hamstrung." Is
the Right paranoid about
race in America?


L.A. Group Asks Black Congresswoman To Step In

July 27, 2010



GOP Invite Sparks Cries Of Racism

July 27, 2010



Reform Bill Protects Women And Minorities

July 27, 2010



POOR+BLACK=JAIL

July 27, 2010



New York City

July 27, 2010

SB 1070 supports are
questioning what they feel
is an illegal immigration
double standard.


Poll: Hispanics Support Obama, DNC Party

July 27, 2010



Former Anchor Accuses CNN Of Bias

July 27, 2010



Adoptive Kids of Gay Parents: We're Fine

July 27, 2010



Secaucus

July 27, 2010

Eleven years later some
black farmers are still
waiting for their money.


Negative Stereotypes Have Cumulative Effects

July 27, 2010



Same-sex Relationships Up Teen Self-Esteem

July 27, 2010



New York

July 27, 2010

ForbesWoman.com has ranked the
top 20 cities for working mothers.
New York is number eight.


GOP Requests Black Panther Hearing

July 27, 2010



Memphis

July 27, 2010

Willie Herenton is predicting that
he'll get more white votes than
people would conjecture he'll get.


Arizona

July 27, 2010

Some school districts are seeing
a big drop in enrollment, and
school leaders are wondering
if Arizona's immigration
law is to blame.


Americans' Stance On Immigration Softens

July 27, 2010



Phoenix

July 27, 2010

Phoenix is getting ready for
some big unrest on Thursday,
the day our immigration law
is scheduled to take effect.


Congress Taps Black Baseball Exec

July 27, 2010



Detroit

July 27, 2010

It can be intimidating for women
who have not worked for a number
of years. Some are turning to the
Women to Work program for help.


White House Hosts Women's Business Program

July 27, 2010



Washington

July 27, 2010

"Contempt Of Cop" has landed
the DC Police Department in
the middle of a lawsuit
filed by the ACLU.


Council Member Blasts Detroit Mayor

July 27, 2010



Obama Appoints Chair Of Asian Commission

July 27, 2010



Staten Island Marches Against Hate

July 27, 2010



Unknown Side Of Sugar Ray Robinson Revealed

July 27, 2010



Black Caucus: Don't Rush To Judge Rangel

July 27, 2010



Minorities Going Under Plastic Surgeon's Knife

July 27, 2010



Downward Trend For Women In Gov. Jobs

July 27, 2010



Los Angeles

July 27, 2010

"We Are All Arizona" holds
protests in downtown Los
Angeles to oppose SB 1070.


Report: Unfair Hearings For Disabled Immigrants

July 27, 2010



Race Remains A Barrier In Health Care System

July 27, 2010



Transportation Dept.: Calling All Women

July 27, 2010



Threats At Anti-Gay Rally

July 27, 2010



Philadelphia

July 27, 2010

Are banks turning their backs on
pregnant women? Now there's
word some banks are giving
expectant couples a hard time.


Harlem

July 27, 2010

Two Democrats say they are
returning campaign donations
from Charles Rangel.


New Jersey

July 27, 2010

The Supreme Court has
rejected the case of six
gay couples fighting for
better civil union rights.


BREAKING NEWS

July 28, 2010



Vitamin D Deficient Black Teens Risk Heart Disease

July 28, 2010



Tea Party Taps Into Diverse Communities

July 28, 2010



What Is Required Of You But Justice?

July 28, 2010



The Power of Immigrants, Latinos And Asians

July 28, 2010



Black Conservatives Reject "Color-Coded Politics"

July 28, 2010



Eve Of 1070 Mobilizes The Masses

July 28, 2010



Black Caucus Opposed War Funding Bill

July 28, 2010



Researchers Tackle Plight Of Hispanic Children

July 28, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

July 28, 2010



Ann Arbor

July 28, 2010

A gay illegal immigrant is
facing the looming prospect of
deportation to Iran where
homosexuality is a capital crime.


New York

July 28, 2010

The city has settled its civil
cases with the plaintiffs in the
controversial Sean Bell
shooting in November 2006.


Los Angeles

July 28, 2010

Singer Wyclef Jean has
announced he may run
for President of Haiti.


Virginia

July 28, 2010

The former brother-in-law
of Virginia Governor
Bob McDonnell is seeking
transgendered rights.


Staten Island

July 28, 2010

Open season on Hispanics
is over. That is the message
that is being sent out.


Atlanta

July 28, 2010

The Army Criminal Investigation
Command issues warning to
unsuspecting women.


New Jersey

July 28, 2010

The W.E.B. DuBois Institute is
a program that seeks to
address economic disparity.


Oakland, CA

July 28, 2010

Former Oakland Raider Jack
Tatum has died of a
heart attack. He was 61.


Philadelphia

July 28, 2010

One of the first black women to
open her own business 70
years ago is being honored.


Tennessee

July 28, 2010

White, rich and suburban:
this is a common misconception
of the Shelby County schools


Phoenix

July 28, 2010

Critics are saying that the E-Verify
system that employers use
to check social security
numbers is flawed.


New York

July 28, 2010

"Get the facts before you judge
me". It seems that Charles Rangel
was just buying public time.


Philadelphia

July 28, 2010

Condoleezza Rice joined Aretha
Franklin for a rare music
performance to raise
money for charity.


Big Sister Of The Year Volunteer Meets Obama

July 28, 2010



YMCA Desegregation Ruling Turns 40

July 28, 2010



Nursing Homes Dumping Poor Patients

July 28, 2010



Program Aims To Educate Latino Voters

July 28, 2010



Latinos Slow To Connect

July 28, 2010



Menopause No Big Deal To Minorities

July 28, 2010



Rights Group: Marriage Bus Tour Is A Sham

July 28, 2010



Black Pro-Life Group Opposes Palin Endorsement

July 28, 2010



Language Gaps In Latinos Growing

July 28, 2010



NY Plans Hip-Hop Festival

July 28, 2010



AZ Law Confuses Law Enforcement

July 28, 2010



Obama "Cannot Avoid Race Issues Much Longer"

July 28, 2010



Yours In The Struggle

July 28, 2010



Recession Effects Low-Income Children Longterm

July 28, 2010



Confidence In Small Business Grows

July 28, 2010



NAACP Image Award Nominees Announced

July 28, 2010



Black Caucus Reviews Haiti's Recovery

July 28, 2010



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

July 28, 2010



OK To Elect First Female Governor

July 28, 2010



House Unanimous On Criminal Justice Reform Bill

July 28, 2010



ACLU Wins Victory Over Discriminatory NE Law

July 28, 2010



Leadership Program Created For Latina Lawyers

July 28, 2010



National Urban League Centennial Conference

July 29, 2010

Highlights African American Success Stories


VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

July 29, 2010



New York

July 29, 2010

Rep. Charles Rangel:
"Until someone tells me
there's a deal, there isn't."


Washington

July 29, 2010

President Obama discussed
education for minorities at the
Natural Urban League conference.


Boston

July 29, 2010

Amnesty or deportation?
Anchor babies and their
part in the future of
Massachusetts.


New York

July 29, 2010

NYC Mayor says the
US needs more immigrants,
not fewer. We are
committing national suicide.


Raleigh

July 29, 2010

An expert who says he might
have a compromise in the
diversity fight in Wake County.


Providence, RI

July 29, 2010

Rhode Island State Police
have been quietly enforcing
federal illegal immigration laws.


Philadelphia

July 29, 2010

First black student president of
Roman Catholic High School
receives praise from Obama.


Arlington, TX

July 29, 2010

A study reveals 80% of
contracts for the city are going
to white-owned businesses.


New York

July 29, 2010

A judge says that Paterson's
inappropriate behavior did not
prove witness tampering.


Dallas

July 29, 2010

"It's none of Texas', of Dallas'
business what Arizona does to
protect its citizens or its economy".


California

July 29, 2010

Gay couples don't receive the
benefits straight couples do and
one man is out to change that.


Michigan

July 29, 2010

A student's expulsion for
refusing to counsel gay
people has been upheld.


Philadelphia

July 29, 2010

Obama chats on 'The View,'
blames media for 'phony
controversy' over Ag
worker's race remarks.


SHERROD SPEAKS OUT

July 29, 2010



Reaction To Blocking Of Arizona Immigration Law

July 29, 2010



Harlem Charter School Beats The Odds

July 29, 2010



Black Rights Group Condemns Racism Charges

July 29, 2010



Native Grave Protection Act Being Ignored

July 29, 2010



Hidden Homeless: Minority Teens

July 29, 2010



"Good" Response Rating Enrages Haitians

July 29, 2010



AARP Position To Focus On Ethnic 50+ Population

July 29, 2010



Grassroots DADT Repeal Campaign Begins

July 29, 2010



Big Name Media Ignore Diversity Survey, Again

July 29, 2010



Border Action Network

July 29, 2010



ACLU

July 29, 2010



League Of United Latin American Citizens

July 29, 2010



Dept Of Homeland Security

July 29, 2010



National Hispanic Leadership Agenda

July 29, 2010



American Immigration Council

July 29, 2010



National Council Of La Raza

July 29, 2010



Coalition For Humane Immigrant Rights Of L.A.

July 29, 2010



Group Wants Rangel To Resign Or Be Expelled

July 29, 2010



Black History Museum Announces Aug. Schedule

July 29, 2010



Museum Of Tolerance Opens In New York

July 29, 2010



Education Dept. Addresses Civil Rights Issues

July 29, 2010



Black Caucus: Let The Kenyan People Decide

July 29, 2010



Urban League Backs Investigation Into LAPD

July 29, 2010



Senator Calls For End To Affirmative Action

July 29, 2010



NAACP Wants Fast Action On Cocaine Law

July 29, 2010



Women's Group Combats Pregnant Drop-out Rate

July 29, 2010



Black Women Highest Skin Cancer Death Risk

July 29, 2010



Gay Priests Asked To Leave

July 29, 2010



Haitian Protected Status Update Requested

July 29, 2010



The State Of Equal Opportunity In Fed. Gov.

July 29, 2010



Review Reveals Haiti's Longstanding Problems

July 29, 2010



Group Troubled Over Stall Of Equality Bill

July 29, 2010



Tea Party Town Hall

July 30, 2010

Tea Party Leaders Speak Out on Racism
in National on Air Townhall Broadcast
Saturday 12-2pm PST


VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

July 30, 2010



A+ For Diversity In WNBA

July 30, 2010



Official: US Must Lead Human Rights By Example

July 30, 2010



Haiti's Debt Eliminated In Record Time

July 30, 2010



Gloria Allred Hunger Strikes For Equal Rights

July 30, 2010



Investigation Into New Black Panther Case Denied

July 30, 2010



NC Mural Celebrates African Americans

July 30, 2010



SBA To Get Complete Makeover

July 30, 2010



Hawaii Sued Over Civil Unions

July 30, 2010



Underprivileged Kids 'Play Ball!'

July 30, 2010



African American Jubilee Day To Be Observed

July 30, 2010



How Health Care Reform Affects Immigrants

July 30, 2010



Tampa Bay

July 30, 2010

A former black USF academic
adviser claims racial
discrimination as the reason
for her termination.


African American Family Day Set For Next Month

July 30, 2010



Summit Connects Black America

July 30, 2010



RANGEL MAY GET REPRIMAND

July 30, 2010



Oakland, CA

July 30, 2010

Native American pre-schools
are being forced to close due
to CA Gov's budget cuts.


Tennessee

July 30, 2010

Congressional candidate,
Dr. Willie Herenton, brings race
into the Tennessee primary.


New York

July 30, 2010

Former NFL lineman, Rev.
Charles Faulkner, is looking
to unseat Rep. Charles Rangel.


Phoenix

July 30, 2010

Despite the Sheriff's sweep
in Arizona, protesters chained
themselves to the jail.


San Francisco

July 30, 2010

A San Francisco immigrant
rally stood up against the
fingerprint program S-Comm.


Harlem

July 30, 2010

There is an old saying,
"Harlem is the cultural
capital of Black America."


Nogales, AZ

July 30, 2010

The fear of being considered
illegal permeates through
Asian-American communities.


Washington

July 30, 2010

Tuskegee Airman, Col. Spann
Watson, joins the ranks of the
country's fallen at Arlington.


Memphis

July 30, 2010

Councilwoman receives death
threats for supporting gay
workers in city government.


Los Angeles

July 30, 2010

Despite the ruling to block
parts of Arizona's immigration
law, protests continued.


Philadelphia

July 30, 2010

All eyes will be on Philadelphia
this Saturday for the"Uni-Tea"
rally at Independence Mall.


Arizona

July 30, 2010

Governor Jan Brewer
is relentless in her
pursuit of S.B. 1070.


Time Is Running Out On Paycheck Fairness Act

July 30, 2010



Urban League Launches New Black Exec Initiative

July 30, 2010



Women's Equality Central To Haiti's Recovery

July 30, 2010



Analysis: Tools That Assess Bias Are Flawed

July 30, 2010



ACLU: Danger Of Establishing "New Normal"

July 30, 2010



Minority Confinement Topic Of Conference

July 30, 2010



House Passes Criminal Justice Commission Act

July 30, 2010



Asians Fleeing Arizona

July 30, 2010



Tribal Law Will Address Rampant Violence

July 30, 2010



Health Care Reform Will Benefit 30M Women

July 30, 2010



Black Police Speak Out Against SB1070

July 30, 2010



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Medcamp For Minority Students Turns 20

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Keeping Roots Stresses Black Students

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UNCF "The Time Is Now To Tackle Education"

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Minorities Invited To Donor Day

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