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Money Matters More Than Race In Heart Health

August 02, 2010



Precious' Director Takes On "The Butler"

August 02, 2010



ACLU Project Making Jails Safer For Gays

August 02, 2010



Saving Lives On Skid Row

August 02, 2010



NOW Fights For Marriage Equality

August 02, 2010



Wyclef Jean Mulls Political Future

August 02, 2010



Miss Black USA Brings First Ladies To DC

August 02, 2010



Quinnipiac Ordered To Comply With Equality Rule

August 02, 2010



Ethnic Patients Receive Basic Cancer After Care

August 02, 2010



Researcher Disputes End Of Slavery

August 02, 2010



Community Ties Positively Effect Pregnant Blacks

August 02, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 02, 2010



New Jersey

August 02, 2010

Diversity and the national
parks: How do different cultures
approach environmental issues?


Washington

August 02, 2010

GOP lawmakers concerned
about the discovery of an internal
draft memo on immigration


Brooklyn

August 02, 2010

How does it feel to be stopped
and frisked? Young black men
discuss being racially profiled.


Los Angeles

August 02, 2010

Venus Williams discusses her
book "Come to Win" and
how sports can make you
successful in life.


Phoenix

August 02, 2010

The barriers are down,
the protesters are gone,
but Arizona is still
in the spotlight.


Las Vegas

August 02, 2010

Hispanic community lies in a
state of fear after border
patrol agents conduct
immigration raids.


Atlanta

August 02, 2010

An Atlanta artist talks
about the historical
significance of the Trans-
Atlantic Slave Trade.


Harlem

August 02, 2010

Rangel is trotting out
this three-way defense:
I didn't do it. I did it,
but was inattentive.


Albuquerque

August 02, 2010

School officials said more
students from Arizona
families are enrolling
in their schools.


Philadelphia

August 02, 2010

Andrew Breitbart appeared at
Uni-Tea, a rally to promote
racial unity among Tea
Party members.


Atlanta

August 02, 2010

Are black members of Congress
being targeted unfairly
by the Ethics committee?


Chicago

August 02, 2010

A grandmother is helping
inner city at risk girls achieve
their scholastic dreams.


Staten Island

August 02, 2010

Another Hispanic man is the
victim of a hate crime on
Staten Island despite
heavy Police presence.


Hispanic MBAs Honor Excellence In Community

August 02, 2010



Defending Birthright Citizenship

August 02, 2010



CBS To Add Three Gay Roles

August 02, 2010



NASA On Expedition For Minority Astronauts

August 02, 2010



Minorities Leary Of BP Admin

August 02, 2010



Haiti: We Are Not Moving Fast Enough

August 02, 2010



NYU To Study Cancer In Blacks With $3M Grant

August 02, 2010



Black Professionals Collaborate On Leadership

August 02, 2010



FBI Hosts Boys & Girls Club Reading Program

August 02, 2010



Complaint Filed Against Kagan

August 02, 2010



Black Barbershop Health Outreach Recognized

August 02, 2010



Tensions Rise As AZ Takes Effect

August 02, 2010



Rights Group Wants Retailer's To "Make It Right"

August 02, 2010



Rangel Deserves More Than A "Reprimand"

August 02, 2010



Latino AIDS Commission Lauds Bill Signing

August 02, 2010



Rangel "Tweets" His Defense

August 02, 2010



Steele Cancels On Black Journalists

August 02, 2010



Sickle Cell News Round-Up

August 02, 2010



BIG SENATE VOTE

August 02, 2010



NY Mayor Discusses Rangel Charges

August 02, 2010



$$$ Sends 1st Generation Minorities To College

August 03, 2010



MINORITY DREAMS FADE

August 03, 2010



Latino Scholar Blasts Arizona's Sheriff Arpaio

August 03, 2010

Latino Scholar Blasts Arizona Sheriff Arpaio


Hispanics Trying To Blend In While Being Unique

August 03, 2010



Should USDA Head Vilsak Resign Over Sherrod?

August 03, 2010



Black Fraternity Shuns Arizona

August 03, 2010



Company Won't Build Near Sacred Indian Site

August 03, 2010



Latino League Unanimously Endorses Kagan

August 03, 2010



Congresswoman Waters Speaks Out: No Case

August 03, 2010



Hispanics High On Life, Not Drugs, Alcohol

August 03, 2010



Loyalty Of Possible Haitian Candidate Questioned

August 03, 2010



Tea Party Plans Rally Against Claims Of Racism

August 03, 2010



Group Examines Failure Of Gay Marriage Law

August 03, 2010



FBI Struggles At The Border

August 03, 2010



Women's Health Movement Suffers Blow

August 03, 2010



Grant To Address American Indian Health

August 03, 2010



Small Business Owners' Confidence Slumps

August 03, 2010



Obesity Continues To Plague Minorities

August 03, 2010



Oregon State Receives 5-Star Inclusion Rating

August 03, 2010



Rangel Has Earned Community Support

August 03, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 03, 2010



New York

August 03, 2010

"This fire department has been
all white, lily white, for almost
150 years now. It has to end."


Houston

August 03, 2010

Transgender widow,
Nikki Araguz, says an email
proves her late husband
knew she was a man.


Staten Island

August 03, 2010

The assault is the 11th
suspected hate attack
targeting Hispanic men on
Staten Island since April


Los Angeles

August 03, 2010

"I have not violated any rules.
Therefore, I will not be forced to
admit to something I did not do."


Harlem

August 03, 2010

Despite the impending
ethics trial Rangel is still
planning his fundraiser
birthday party.


Suit Seeks Deportation Safeguards

August 03, 2010



Notre Dame A Hispanic "Beacon Of Light"

August 03, 2010



Community Programs "Ground Zero" In AIDS Fight

August 03, 2010



Focus On Race And Gender $$$ Solutions Needed

August 03, 2010



RNC Leader Steele Says He'll Run

August 03, 2010



Thurgood Marshall Legacy Lives On

August 03, 2010



Court Rejects Challenge Of Controversial CA Law

August 03, 2010



Senate Urged To Vote On Asian Nominee

August 03, 2010



Arrest In Staten Island Bias Attack

August 03, 2010



Former Berkeley Rights Activist Dies In Africa

August 03, 2010



Minority Business Owners Get Needed Funds

August 03, 2010



Top Black Lawyers And Judges To Convene

August 04, 2010



The Double Standard For Latinos In Baseball

August 04, 2010



Jackie Robinson Foundation Holds Jazz Benefit

August 04, 2010



Minorities Propel Environmental Movement

August 04, 2010



Baseball Revival In Inner-Cities

August 04, 2010



Study To Address Black Infant Mortality

August 04, 2010



Mentoring Prevents Obesity In Inner-City Blacks

August 04, 2010



Reid Tells Black Farmers: Expect Action Today

August 04, 2010



Group Recognizes Those Helping Women In Govt.

August 04, 2010



Obama Signs Sentencing Disparity Bill

August 04, 2010



Blacks And Whites Disagree On Obama

August 04, 2010



Black Studies Struggle At HBCUs

August 04, 2010



Black Fraternity Looks To Future

August 04, 2010



Rights Group Applies Pressure To Retail Giants

August 04, 2010



Bar Assoc. Hails Tribal Law Signing

August 04, 2010



Court To Consider Use Of Race In Admissions

August 04, 2010



$5Mil Project To Reverse Blight In Detroit

August 04, 2010



Suspicions Raised Over Black Panther Case

August 04, 2010



CT Shooter Complained Of Racist Bullying At Work

August 04, 2010



Grave Protection Act Tops List At Tribal Summit

August 04, 2010



Senate Votes To Honor Asian American Vets

August 04, 2010



Broadband Access To Help Tribal, Rural Businesses

August 04, 2010



Major Indian College Grant Renewed

August 04, 2010



Hope Remains In Haiti

August 04, 2010



NY Unveils Plan To Fight Hate Crime

August 04, 2010



Black Conservatives Speak Out On Sherrod

August 04, 2010



NY To Recount Incarcerated

August 04, 2010



Urban League Ups Minority Business Outreach

August 04, 2010



BLACK HOMEOWNERS' DILEMMA

August 04, 2010



US, Africa Sign Longterm Agreement

August 04, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 04, 2010



WASHINGTON

August 04, 2010

President Obama holds a town hall
meeting with Young African Leaders


SAN FRANCISCO

August 04, 2010

A San Francisco immigrant rally stood up
against the fingerprinting program
S-Comm and Arizona's law.


NEW YORK

August 04, 2010

The former head of Haiti's Chamber of Deputies
says singer Wyclef Jean is about to announce
his candidacy for president


LOS ANGELES

August 04, 2010

Less than two years after voters
approved a ban on gay marriage,
a poll finds that Californians
may be shifting...


The Most Popular Black Rated TV Shows

August 04, 2010



WASHINGTON

August 04, 2010

Police in Virginia have authority
similar to those in Arizona
to question suspects they stop
or arrest about their
immigration status


CHICAGO

August 04, 2010

The huge crowd in Humboldt Park
may have been drawn by the food
and entertainment but participants
also rubbed elbows with neighbors
and the law


Pill Increases Cancer Risk For Black Women

August 05, 2010



NAACP Legal Defense Fund Lauds Senate Decision

August 05, 2010



Rights Activists Defend The 14th Amendment

August 05, 2010



Post Prop 8, What To Watch For

August 05, 2010



Black Teens Have Positive Outlook About Future

August 05, 2010



Black Scientist Brings Hell's Kitchen Greenhouse

August 05, 2010



Tech Outreach To Small Businesses Expanded

August 05, 2010



Civil Rights History Expert Joins AR University

August 05, 2010



CDC Data: Tobacco Use Lowest Among Hispanics

August 05, 2010



NYC Rights Commission "Not Doing Enough"

August 05, 2010



Minority Lawyers Advance Rights Of Disabled

August 05, 2010



Puerto Rican Freedom Fighter "Lolita" Passes

August 05, 2010



Documentary Aimed At Empowering Black Youth

August 05, 2010



Jamaican Independence Day Honored In Miami

August 05, 2010



Support For Kagan Remains Steady

August 05, 2010



Fortune 500 Lacking Women, Minorities

August 05, 2010



Online TV Network Launches Minority Channel

August 05, 2010



African Diaspora Film Series Kicks Off In NY

August 05, 2010



Language Barriers Hinder Parent, School Relations

August 05, 2010



Program Targets Latino Voters

August 05, 2010



Black Enterprise Mag Marks 40 Years

August 05, 2010



Voting Rights Act, 45 Years Later

August 05, 2010



FEDS IGNORE EEOC WARNING

August 05, 2010



President Clinton Returns To Haiti

August 05, 2010



Hiring At FDNY Halted Over Discrimination

August 05, 2010



Black Ministers In Action Speak Out On Prop 8

August 05, 2010



Waters Eager To Present Her Case

August 05, 2010



Minority Groups Unite Over Broadband Issue

August 05, 2010



Black Non-Violence Group Celebrates 50 Yrs

August 05, 2010



Native American Living Earth Festival Tomorrow

August 05, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 05, 2010



DETROIT

August 05, 2010

Some people got letters saying immigration
officers from Oakland County were patrolling
the streets. However, there's just one problem.


LOS ANGELES

August 05, 2010

"I'm not sure exactly what
the drafters of the (14th) amendment
had in mind, but I doubt it was this


NEW YORK

August 05, 2010

The ruling follows earlier setbacks
for the city in the lengthy
legal dispute with the federal government


PHILADELPHIA

August 05, 2010

Gates and Buffett estimate their
efforts could generate $600 billion
dollars in charitable giving


SAN FRANCISCO

August 05, 2010

No new same-sex marriages
are happening at this point,
but that is not enough to stop supporters


WASHINGTON

August 05, 2010

D.C. Council members are criticizing
Mayor Adrian Fenty's management of
the city's summer youth jobs program


ORLANDO

August 05, 2010

"Hopefully we can move forward without
always having the courts looking over
our shoulder


Poverty Impacts Pre-Dialysis Care

August 05, 2010



L.A. Watts Times Under A New "Wing"

August 06, 2010



Hispanic Chamber Partners With Notre Dame

August 06, 2010



Immigration Law Means $$$ For Private Prisons

August 06, 2010



SB 1070 Worries Religious Leaders

August 06, 2010



Final Say On Same-Sex Marriage Years Away

August 06, 2010



Threats To Civil Rights Dept Employees Alleged

August 06, 2010



Emergency Shelter Project In Haiti Breaks Ground

August 06, 2010



Women's Law Center Lauds Historic Vote

August 06, 2010



Under Pressure FCC Ends Closed Door Meetings

August 06, 2010



Delegation: Haiti Mission Disturbing And Hopeful

August 06, 2010



Rights Group: Protect Families In Deportation

August 06, 2010



Homeowners Air Frustrations To Feds

August 06, 2010



Researchers Surprised By Diet Of Black Diabetics

August 06, 2010



Wyclef Jean Throws Hat Into Haiti's Political Ring

August 06, 2010



Civil Rights Community Cries Foul Over FBI Plan

August 06, 2010



ACLU Reviews Reform At ICE

August 06, 2010



Latino Groups Send Message Through Music

August 06, 2010



Ford Targets Blacks With New Campaign

August 06, 2010



Hispanic Officials Back Immigration Stance

August 06, 2010



Minorities May Get Burned By FDNY Ruling

August 06, 2010



HHS Awards $1.5M For Minority Nurse Training

August 06, 2010



Retirement On The Rise For Hispanic Women

August 06, 2010



Report On Bias At L.A. Sheriff's Office Released

August 06, 2010



Group Protests "Devastating" Gulf Oil Shut Down

August 06, 2010



Funding For Black Farmers, Indians Stalls Again

August 06, 2010



ACLU To VA Cops: Ignore AG's Advice

August 06, 2010



USDA Holds Civil Rights And Diversity Conference

August 06, 2010



BANKS PRESSURE MINORITIES

August 06, 2010



Unemployment Protest In Harlem Tonight

August 06, 2010



Board For MLK Hospital To Be Considered

August 06, 2010



Urban League Honors "Woman Of Power"

August 06, 2010



Native American Living Earth Symposium

August 06, 2010

Watch Live Symposium Here
From National Museum of the American Indian
Saturday 1:30 - 4pm EDT


VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 06, 2010



NEW YORK

August 06, 2010

"They're treating me bad over here.
They're treating all other black employees bad..."
"So I had to take it into my own hands.."


LOS ANGELES

August 06, 2010

Supporters of Prop 8 argued Walker's
ruling ignored California voters, who
approved the measure in November 2008.


DALLAS

August 06, 2010

Several recent drownings in North Texas
and elsewhere are drawing attention
to an unsettling gap


CHICAGO

August 06, 2010

Rev. Jesse Jackson discusses 28 Days
of Peace initiative. The effort is expected
to call on national leaders


ATLANTA

August 06, 2010

Elder Bernice King, the youngest
child of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
talks about the controversy swirling around the SCLC.


Lee Wants 'Targeted Efforts' To Employ Blacks

August 09, 2010



Urban League Releases Job Market Report

August 09, 2010



Rights Group: Senate Harmful To Poor, Immigrants

August 09, 2010



Parent Support For Harlem Children's Zone

August 09, 2010



Tide Shifts On Prop 8 Support

August 09, 2010



Documentary Highlights Women Of Hip-Hop

August 09, 2010



GA 2nd In Nation For Black-Owned Businesses

August 09, 2010



Study Offers Insight For Latinos With The Asthma

August 09, 2010



"Hair Fitness" Focuses On Blacks And Obesity

August 09, 2010



Asian Males Top Earners

August 09, 2010



Diversity An Issue At Elite NY School

August 09, 2010



ACLU Blasts ICE For Slow Reform

August 09, 2010



Minority, Women Owned Law Firms To Gather

August 09, 2010



No End In Sight For Black Fisherman

August 09, 2010



Segregation Of Language In AZ Schools

August 09, 2010



Gay Judge Gets Smeared Over CA Ruling

August 09, 2010



Social Security A Lifeline For Many Blacks

August 09, 2010



Court Rejects Warrantless GPS Tracking

August 09, 2010



Immigrants: New Comers, Outsiders And Insiders

August 09, 2010



Despite Cancer Risk Asians Forgo GYN Care

August 09, 2010



Rangel vs Powell, Part 2

August 09, 2010



Hate Crime In NY Burough

August 09, 2010



Hispanic Chamber To Announce New Leadership

August 09, 2010



Unemployment Among Black Women Surges

August 09, 2010



Young African Leaders Get Promise For Future

August 09, 2010



$3.5M In Job Grants For Haiti

August 09, 2010



COLLEGES FAIL MINORITIES

August 09, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 09, 2010



NEW YORK

August 09, 2010

Tens of thousands of marchers,
wearing colorful red and white clothing,
paraded up New York's Avenue of the Americas


Congresswoman Maxine Waters Speaks Out

August 09, 2010



Concerns Over Delays To The Bench

August 09, 2010



Asians Secure Most Funding In IT World

August 09, 2010



PHILADELPHIA

August 09, 2010

Wyclef talks about running for
Haiti presidency and the
challenges his campaign will face


NEW YORK

August 09, 2010

Staten Island fights back. Day of
rallies held to combat hate crimes.
NYPD, Guardian Angels and community leaders
gathered to show support.


LOS ANGELES

August 09, 2010

L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa met
with parents on to get them
involved in their children's education.


DALLAS

August 09, 2010

"That's what a class act player
does. He gives back to the
community," said Smith fan


ATLANTA

August 09, 2010

“Tonight, through prayer, we seek
to destroy the work of the
enemy,” King said from the pulpit


Texas Board Of Ed. Slammed

August 10, 2010



Notre Dame Hosts Young Black Scholars

August 10, 2010



What's The Price Of Prison For Children?

August 10, 2010



Ear Infections Not As Frequent For Minorities

August 10, 2010



New Financial Protection Bureau Needs A Leader

August 10, 2010



Homeowners Flock To "Save The Dream" Tour

August 10, 2010



Urban L.A. Schools In Turmoil

August 10, 2010



Asian Leader's New Job "To Be Eyes And Ears"

August 10, 2010



Indigenous People's Rights Hinge On Endorsement

August 10, 2010



Ntl. Institutes Of Health Examines Disparities

August 10, 2010



Ordination Rich With Navajo Tradition

August 10, 2010



Ellis Island Japanese American Exhibit Dedicated

August 10, 2010



Black Church Keeping Black Women Single?

August 10, 2010



Indictment In Case Targeting Haitian Americans

August 10, 2010



Researchers Get $1M For Native Am. Health

August 10, 2010



Racial Equality On The Path To College

August 10, 2010



Wyclef Jean Offers Up Some Answers

August 10, 2010



Hearing On Black Job Market Tonight

August 10, 2010



Gerrymandering Fight Continues In Florida

August 10, 2010



IS ICE LYING?

August 10, 2010



Grant Continues Asian Leadership Program

August 10, 2010



Religious Identity Changing In Younger Hispanics

August 10, 2010



Fmr White House Aide To Lead Johnson Publishing

August 10, 2010



First Woman To Lead Major Intelligence Agency

August 10, 2010



Voting System At Center Of Controversy

August 10, 2010



Cherokee Nation Showcasing History

August 10, 2010



Stars To Step Out For NAACP Theater Awards

August 10, 2010



Obama Holding Black Leaders At Arm's Length?

August 10, 2010



Ethics Probe Won't Hurt Maxine Waters

August 10, 2010



Civil War Exhibit Closes Next Month

August 10, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 10, 2010



FLINT, MI

August 10, 2010

In each case an African American male
has been attacked by a white man. In two
cases, the assailant used a knife.


LOS ANGELES

August 10, 2010

U.S. House of Representatives ethics charges
against Congresswoman Maxine Waters
have been revealed.


ORLANDO

August 10, 2010

Some city officials are considering adopting
an ordinance to pan saggy pants
in an effort to prevent indecent exposure.


CAMDEN, NJ

August 10, 2010

Officials in one of the nation's
poorest cities have a plan to
keep the libraries open and available to residents.


SAN FRANCISCO

August 10, 2010

The latest in the Prop 8
decision. Where will it go from
here? What's next in the legal battle?


DETROIT

August 10, 2010

The noose was fashioned from
electrical wire hanging from a metal bar.
The symbol was immediately reported.


ER Visits For Medicaid Patients Creep Higher

August 10, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 11, 2010



NYS Seizure Raises Ire Of Seneca Nation

August 11, 2010



Latina Wins Minority SBA Person Of The Year

August 11, 2010



Exhibit Connects Communities Through Language

August 11, 2010



Blacks, Women Target Of Net Neutrality Campaign

August 11, 2010



Katrina Five Years Later

August 11, 2010



Children To Obama: Stop The Raids

August 11, 2010



Watts Riots, 45 Years After The Flames

August 11, 2010



Unauthorized Immigrants And US Born Children

August 11, 2010



Book Looks At How America Struggles With Race

August 11, 2010



Chaplain Speaks Out On Jail Conditions, Banned

August 11, 2010



HUD Steps Up Foreclosure Prevention Program

August 11, 2010



YouthBuild USA Gets $2.6M From Retail Giant

August 11, 2010



New Poll Shows Border Residents Feel Safe

August 11, 2010



The Most Popular Black Rated TV Shows

August 11, 2010



HBCU Town Hall Tonight In Dallas

August 11, 2010



Black Caucus Lauds Passing Of Jobs Bill

August 11, 2010



Black Enterprise Mag Celebrates 40 Years

August 11, 2010



Blacks Await Apology From Union Leader

August 11, 2010



Religious Leaders: Haiti Still In Crisis

August 11, 2010



BAR GROUP BACKS GAY MARRIAGE

August 11, 2010



Latin League Concluded Leadership Program

August 11, 2010



Global Minority Enterprise Council Established

August 11, 2010



Judge Sides With American Indians

August 11, 2010



HIV/AIDS/STDs Project Heads To HBCUs

August 11, 2010



Immigration Group Not Pleased With HR 6080

August 11, 2010



Ed Sec'y Announces Equity Commission

August 11, 2010



Berkeley Analyses Black Underemployment

August 11, 2010



DOJ: Most Civil Rights-Era Cases To Stay Unsolved

August 11, 2010



"Charters Of Freedom" Exhibit To Open This Fall

August 11, 2010



Jean's Presidential Qualifications Questioned

August 11, 2010



Provision Protects Low-Income Voting Rights

August 11, 2010



WASHINGTON

August 11, 2010

Embattled Democratic Congressman Charlie
Rangel let the House know that
he doesn't plan on stepping down.


NEW YORK

August 11, 2010

The Rev. Al Sharpton held what he called
an emergency town hall meeting in reaction
to a very violent weekend in New York.


LOS ANGELES

August 11, 2010

Law enforcement officers arrested 43
members and associates of a Pasadena-based gang
following a year-long investigation.


DETROIT

August 11, 2010

"So many thoughts go through your
mind. "I was very disappointed
that we're still dealing with racism.


CHICAGO

August 11, 2010

A Chicago man and his wife are
accused of refusing to sell their
home to an African-American couple.


ATLANTA

August 11, 2010

The possibility of housing assistance
in the city of East Point has
hundreds of people camping out overnight.


Blacks Catch The Broadband Wave

August 12, 2010



Did Oakland PD Go To Far?

August 12, 2010



SPLC Files Suit On Behalf Of Immigrant Mom

August 12, 2010



Harlem Group Announces Art Workshop

August 12, 2010



Union: No More Excuses On Immigration Reform

August 12, 2010



Black Support For Republicans Dips Lower

August 12, 2010



"Stop And Frisk" Continues To Plaque Minorities

August 12, 2010



Black Chamber Lauds Verizon-Google Deal

August 12, 2010



Walk-In Asthma Center Opens In Harlem

August 12, 2010



Health Issues Linger For Housing Residents

August 12, 2010



Killing Of Latino Journalist To Be Scrutinized

August 12, 2010



Protecting Ethnic Elders In Nursing Homes

August 12, 2010



Low Income Cities Missing Out On Stimulus?

August 12, 2010



Minority Status And National Attitude

August 12, 2010



Black Lawmaker Blasts Florida AG

August 12, 2010



Poll Shows Most Americans Support Gay Marriage

August 12, 2010



Minorities Strike Out In MLB Analysis

August 12, 2010



Decorated Air Force Pilot Sues Over DADT

August 12, 2010



Native Americans Allowed To Violate Park Rules

August 12, 2010



Immigration Group Accuses GOP Of Attacking Kids

August 12, 2010



Report Highlights Progress On Katrina Recovery

August 12, 2010



Project Helps Haitians In Garment Industry

August 12, 2010



Attorney Gloria Allred Fasts Gains Momentum

August 12, 2010



Group Has Concerns Over DHS Border Plan

August 12, 2010



Black Couples More Likely To Pray Together

August 12, 2010



Opinion On Gay Marriage Not Affected By Wording

August 12, 2010



RECESSION GRIPS UNWED WOMEN

August 12, 2010



Latinos Turn To Hispanic Media

August 12, 2010



Leadership A Problem At NAACP?

August 12, 2010



Black Group Still Waiting For NAACP Apology

August 12, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 12, 2010



WAKE COUNTY, NC

August 12, 2010

Embattled School District Gets Top Ranking


NEW YORK

August 12, 2010

Rep. Charlie Rangel, the dean of New York's
congressional delegation, probably made mental note
of which local political heavyweights came.


DETROIT

August 12, 2010

Some see the old law as unfair
and discriminatory. "It's sexist," said Wayne
State student "Completely unfair." Others find the old law laughable.


CHICAGO

August 12, 2010

She regrets that her work was over shadowed
by controversy. "I think it was eye opening for all
of us to look at ways we could improve


WASHINGTON

August 12, 2010

A PEW report shows that 4 million children
living in the U.S. who were born here to one
or more unauthorized parents


ATLANTA

August 12, 2010

There have been 16 stabbings in three
states -- Michigan, Ohio and Virginia
-- five of them fatal. The stabbings
began in May near Flint, Michigan


Culture Matters When Considering Suicide

August 12, 2010



Oldest Black Town In Alabama Celebrates 111yrs

August 13, 2010



National Campaign To Fight Asthma Launched

August 13, 2010



Legend Returns To The Apollo

August 13, 2010



Maxine Waters Finds Support At Home

August 13, 2010



Students Get Help From Black Engineers

August 13, 2010



National Guard Details Border Deployment

August 13, 2010



Illegals Accused Of Causing Drug Trafficking Surge

August 13, 2010



Ohio Fire Dept List Nearly All White

August 13, 2010



Nation's Oldest Black Parade Steps Off Saturday

August 13, 2010



New Funding For The Civil Rights Museum

August 13, 2010



Quality Teachers Affect Disparities In Education

August 13, 2010



Dinkins Flips The Bird At Rangel Bday

August 13, 2010



Latino League Let Down By Border Security Bill

August 13, 2010



Gay Task Force Lauds Prop 8 Developments

August 13, 2010



Reverend Gains Support In Bid Against Rangel

August 13, 2010



Kids "Weed Out Hate" In The Spirit Of MLK

August 13, 2010



Hispanic Chamber Supports Verizon-Google Deal

August 13, 2010



Miss Black USA Crowned In DC

August 13, 2010



Wyclef Jean Brings Excitement To Politics

August 13, 2010



Black Caucus Co-Chair Holds Medicaid Fair

August 13, 2010



Katrina Victims Feel Forgotten

August 13, 2010



Seniors Of Color Struggle With Making Ends Meet

August 13, 2010



Black Girls Hitting Puberty Younger

August 13, 2010



Gender Plays Role In Pain

August 13, 2010



AZ Enforcement Nets Fugitive Alien Arrests

August 13, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 13, 2010



Controversial Dr. Apologizes For 'N-Word"

August 13, 2010



FCC Establishes Native Affairs Office

August 13, 2010



BLACK PANTHERS FIRE BACK

August 13, 2010



PHOENIX

August 13, 2010

Sheriff Joe Arpaio discusses a $600 million plan for border security.


LOS ANGELES

August 13, 2010

California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters says she is eager to show that she did not violate House rules.


ATLANTA

August 13, 2010

The housing authority began accepting applications
from thousands of people seeking Section 8 housing.
Chaos ensued when 30,000 people
showed up


Rev. King Invited To SCLC Convention

August 13, 2010



HARRISONBURG, VA

August 13, 2010

The recent controversy over Arizona's immigration
law have made laws like 287(g) a
concern on a national and local levels.


NEW YORK

August 13, 2010

Home targeted in malicious hate crime. For
the second time, the home of a Hispanic family
has been vandalized


PHILADELPHIA

August 13, 2010

Area youth spend their summer connecting with
SEPTA police and their community. The program nurtures a love for photography.


Health Disparities Linked To Sexual Orientation

August 16, 2010



Wells Fargo Urged To Expand Minority Lending

August 16, 2010



Increasing Number Of Women Falling Into Debt

August 16, 2010



Changing The 14th Amendment Would Hurt Blacks

August 16, 2010



Haiti Victims: Do Not Forget Us

August 16, 2010



Gender Equality Movement Too Slow For Women

August 16, 2010



Seneca Nation Condemns Mayor's Remarks

August 16, 2010



Black AIDS Institute Launches National Network

August 16, 2010



Racial Achievement Gap Widens In NYC

August 16, 2010



Poll: Majority Of US Want Immigration Reform

August 16, 2010



Freedom To Marry Tour Concludes

August 16, 2010



Obesity Rates Fall For White Girls Only

August 16, 2010



Golf Challenge Is All About Indian Country Future

August 16, 2010



Black Caucus Convenes Health Equity Commission

August 16, 2010



Black Fraternities Sign On To Be Big Brothers

August 16, 2010



Study Reveals Harm Of DADT Policy

August 16, 2010



Gay Marriage Debate In NJ Raises Questions

August 16, 2010



FBI Responds To Cold Case Initiative Criticism

August 16, 2010



Crime rate Affected By Segregation, Poverty

August 16, 2010



Urban League Wants Dr. Laura Fired

August 16, 2010



USAID Begins Emergency Food Program In Haiti

August 16, 2010



Affirmative Action What's The Progress?

August 16, 2010



MLB Short On Minority Broadcasters

August 16, 2010



EEOC TIES EMPLOYER'S HANDS

August 16, 2010



Court Advocate Group Wants Black Men To Step Up

August 16, 2010



Asian Gulf Coast Fisherman Face Uncertain Future

August 16, 2010



Mandarin Dialect Challenges Cantonese In US

August 16, 2010



Haiti Initiative Gains Momentum

August 16, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 16, 2010



WASHINGTON

August 16, 2010

The debate over Dr. Laura's use of the
controversial "N-word" continues. Her
apology did not sit well with
those on the internet.


NEW YORK

August 16, 2010

Yet another shooting took place
just hours before a scheduled anti-violence
march began.


LOS ANGELES

August 16, 2010

Judge, "Same-sex couples are being denied
their constitutional rights every day they
are prohibited from marrying.


DETROIT

August 16, 2010

They call it the most segregated day, the
day people gather to attend Sunday church services.
The predominantly black church wants to change that


DALLAS

August 16, 2010

Leap Foundation of Dallas treated many
patients during its Haiti mission but
there was one victim they could not.


CHICAGO

August 16, 2010

The nation's oldest African-American Parade
stepped off it's 81st parade signalling the
start of another school year. Record
crowds braved the heat.


Bernice King Visits SCLC Convention

August 16, 2010



More Minorities Discharged Under DADT

August 17, 2010



Black Fraternities Issue Challenge

August 17, 2010



Coalition Calls Attention To Prison Rape Problem

August 17, 2010



TV Show Brings Heat To Real Life Police Dept.

August 17, 2010



Violence Takes Ongoing Toll In Black Community

August 17, 2010



Systematic Racism In Prison System Discussed

August 17, 2010



Project To Clean Port-Au-Prince Canals

August 17, 2010



New Program Targets Black Entrepreneurs

August 17, 2010



FCC Commissioner To Address Ethnic Council

August 17, 2010



Study: Drs May Apply Bias In Abuse Evals

August 17, 2010



Latinos, Blacks More Than Half CA Foreclosures

August 17, 2010



Latino AIDS Awareness Day Launches Website

August 17, 2010



Third Academy For Minority Boys Opens In NY

August 17, 2010



Study Finds Prejudicial Lending

August 17, 2010



Latinos Living In Two Worlds

August 17, 2010



Blacks,Women Miss Out On Meds For Chronic Pain

August 17, 2010



Women Carry Weight Of Under-Employment Trend

August 17, 2010



Colorado School Honored For Diversity Efforts

August 17, 2010



New Ed. System May Rise From Haiti's Ruins

August 17, 2010



Research: Newly Formed Fault Caused Haiti Quake

August 17, 2010



NAACP LDF Wins Victory For Katrina/Rita Victims

August 17, 2010



Live Online Chat

August 17, 2010



What Black Men Think About Black Women & Dating
LIVE HERE
Wednesday, 7:00PM EDT


VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 17, 2010



ATLANTA

August 17, 2010

The debate over illegal immigration continues.


CHICAGO

August 17, 2010

"I think what emboldens these people
to do this is the fact they presume
that nobody's gonna tell
I think that it underscores a need to change"


LOS ANGELES

August 17, 2010

Activists took the opportunity to voice their
concerns about immigration rights.
Dozens of protesters stood near the home
where the fundraiser was held.


KEWAUNEE, WI

August 17, 2010

Two school districts with the same mascot
are at different stages in the process
of acting on a new state law.


GRAND RAPIDS, MI

August 17, 2010

Mixing Pot event celebrates diversity.
Hundreds turned out for the multicultural
activities in Rosa Parks Circle.


Coalition Wants Action From Dr. Laura Advertisers

August 17, 2010



Native Women's Conference Deadline Nears

August 17, 2010



Target Offers No Resolution To Gay Group

August 17, 2010



Landmark Adoption Ruling for Same-Sex Couples

August 17, 2010



Guilty Plea In $136M Minority Contracting Case

August 17, 2010



SCHOOLS FAIL BLACK BOYS

August 17, 2010



Post-Racial Society "Remains A Myth"

August 17, 2010



Freedom To Marry "Ruling is Disappointing"

August 17, 2010



GLAAD Wants Spotlight On Committed Couples

August 17, 2010



Report Details Katrina Victims Continuing Fight

August 17, 2010



Live Online Chat

August 18, 2010



What Black Men Think About Black Women & Dating
LIVE HERE
Tonight, 7:00PM EDT


VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 18, 2010



Hispanic Leaders Warn GOP

August 18, 2010



Study: Black Girls Can Suffer Obesity Lifelong

August 18, 2010



Cancer Education Bridges Culture Gap

August 18, 2010



Study: Rebuilding Haiti Requires New Strategy

August 18, 2010



Urban League: Senate Denies Black Farmers Again

August 18, 2010



Women Going Topless For Equal Rights

August 18, 2010



NASA Brings More Women Into STEM Fields

August 18, 2010



Seneca Nation Sues NYS

August 18, 2010



Retrospective Highlights Harlem Renaissance

August 18, 2010



Undocumented Chinese Immigrants Worried In AZ

August 18, 2010



Latino Border Agents Among Suicide Numbers

August 18, 2010



Black Vets "Stand Down"

August 18, 2010



Party Offers Another Choice For Blacks

August 18, 2010



Jailed New Orleans Officers Want Bond

August 18, 2010



Nascar Series Profiles Women, Minority Drivers

August 18, 2010



Imagen Awards Honor Latinos In Entertainment

August 18, 2010



WASHINGTON

August 18, 2010

Some civil rights leaders say Beck should take
his rally elsewhere because the August 28
rally coincides with the anniversary of
MLK's famous speech.


LOS ANGELES

August 18, 2010

Why black students in this largely African-
American city aren't graduating at the same
pace is one of the problems principals are trying
in vain to solve.


NEW YORK

August 18, 2010

Someone spray-painted swastikas, male
genitalia, and even the n-word
around the communities,
over the course of a few days.


Feds Launch New Anti-Bullying Website

August 18, 2010



Asian Bar Concerned Over Confirmation Delays

August 18, 2010



$12M Obesity Project Helps Latino Children

August 18, 2010



Latino Stars Signing On For Reality Dance Show

August 18, 2010



Open Letter From Shirley Sherrod

August 18, 2010



U.S. May Sue AZ Sheriff

August 18, 2010



Women Of Color Program Yields First Grads

August 18, 2010



National Black Police Assoc. Hosts Conference

August 18, 2010



Trial Set In '65 Ala. Civil Rights Death Case

August 18, 2010



Civil Rights Museum To Open Smithsonian Exhibit

August 18, 2010



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

August 18, 2010



Who's Voice Will Be Heard On MLK Anniversary?

August 18, 2010



OAKLAND

August 18, 2010

"It's been hard, it's been really hard
looking for a job. I try to get
out at least 10 resumes a day.


Dr Laura To Hang Up Her Mic

August 18, 2010



PHILADELPHIA

August 18, 2010

The celebration begins as one
small town makes history in the LGBT
community. The unanimous vote
still raises questions in 'hot button issues"


VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 19, 2010



Minority Asthma Patients Use ERs Most

August 19, 2010



Myth Of Well Adjusted Asian American Challenged

August 19, 2010



Kidney Donation Risky For Minorities

August 19, 2010



MLB Plays Ball In Compton

August 19, 2010



Minority Teens Skipping HPV Vax

August 19, 2010



Jealous, Sherrod Deliver Joint Address

August 19, 2010



NO RESPSECT FOR
NATIVE REMAINS

August 19, 2010



The Mass Incarceration Of Minorities

August 19, 2010



CA Takes Historic Human Rights Steps

August 19, 2010



Wyclef Jean Another Aristide?

August 19, 2010



Why Minorities Should Care About Net Neutrality

August 19, 2010



Ted Stevens Remembered As "Friend To Natives"

August 19, 2010



Minorities Not Immune To Skin Cancer

August 19, 2010



Arizona Immigrants Organizing

August 19, 2010



NEW YORK

August 19, 2010

The woman whose call ignited
Dr. Laura Schlessinger's N-word controversy
speaks out. She feels Dr.
Laura's apology is not sincere.


PHILADELPHIA

August 19, 2010

"Families were together, teachers
were concerned about their
students. I mean I had
teachers who came to my home."


LOS ANGELES

August 19, 2010

The opposition to doing business
with Arizona is going to cost the
city as much as 2-million dollars.


SAN BERNARDINO, CA

August 19, 2010

A SoCal Indian tribe has agreed to pay
the city of San Bernardino
about $3 million to help fight crime.


ATLANTA

August 19, 2010

A father is charged with 25 counts of
making terroristic threats and 25 counts
of child cruelty after
his daughter was bullied on the bus.


Ban Discriminates Against Servicewomen

August 19, 2010



Pharmacy Program Wants To Raise Minority #'s

August 19, 2010



Science Program Targets Minorities

August 19, 2010



Donation Protects LGBT Studies At AZ School

August 19, 2010



Women And Minority Preferences Under Scrutiny

August 19, 2010



RICHMOND, VA

August 19, 2010

Governor Bob McDonnell is working to give more
state contracts to small businesses that
are owned by minorities, and women.


EPA Keeping Eye On Minority Pollution Problems

August 19, 2010



Black Leadership Conference Tackles Tough Issues

August 19, 2010



Alex Haley Museum Opens Its Doors

August 19, 2010



Tavis Smiley Leadership Conference Begins Today

August 19, 2010



Black Sorority Joins Fight Against Diabetes

August 19, 2010



Tribes Receive $$$ For Broadband Adoption

August 19, 2010



Author Takes On NY Times, Asian On Black Crime

August 19, 2010



Haiti Energy Project Moves Forward

August 19, 2010



More Minorities Taking ACT

August 19, 2010



Mississippi Lesbian Sues Over Yearbook Photo

August 19, 2010



Back-To-School Drug Survey Report Released

August 19, 2010



US Businesses Reach Out To Hispanic Market

August 20, 2010



Hispanic Food Market Projected To Top $9.5 Billion

August 20, 2010



Urban Fashion Show Launches National Tour

August 20, 2010



Black Republicans Unhappy With Palin

August 20, 2010



ACLU Sues Over Eavesdropping Law

August 20, 2010



New Grocery Concept Targets Black Community

August 20, 2010



DOJ Clarifies Courts’ Obligations For Interpreters

August 20, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 20, 2010



NEW OLREANS

August 20, 2010

Spike Lee says his new documentary
shows that New Orleans
was flying high until BP
"messed it all up."


Civil Rights Museum's Funds Slashed

August 20, 2010



Lambda Legal Wins Policy Change In Settlement

August 20, 2010



Global Christian Leaders Gather Next Week

August 20, 2010



"Weed Out Hate" Initiative Gains Support

August 20, 2010



Black Journalists Call For 'Talk Show Hate' Forum

August 20, 2010



Poll: Latinos Have "Natural Home" In GOP

August 20, 2010



Project Shows African Impact On Today's Art

August 20, 2010



Natl Black Police Assn Endorses Pot Legalization

August 20, 2010



Homeland Security Sets Deportations Record

August 20, 2010



Research Finds Racial Bias In Online Buying

August 20, 2010



Book Examines History Of Black In Comics

August 20, 2010



First Black Labor Union Marks Milestone

August 20, 2010



Rights Group To Anti-Gay Group: Come Clean

August 20, 2010



CHATHAM, VA

August 20, 2010

Merle Rutledge Jr. says his civil rights
were violated when he was stopped
and questioned by an officer.
He claims he was simply walking down the street


U.S. Ready To Sue Arizona Sheriff

August 20, 2010



GODFATHER OF LATINO
MOVEMENT DIES

August 20, 2010



Back To School: A Lesson In Diversity

August 20, 2010



Latinas Encouraged To Seek Postpartum Care

August 20, 2010



Blacks At Highest Risk Of Colorectal Cancer Death

August 20, 2010



Wyclef Jean Optimistic About His Candidacy

August 20, 2010



Maxine Waters Responds To Pending Ethics Matter

August 20, 2010



Groups On Comcast Merger "Bad For Consumers"

August 20, 2010



Rangel Faces Old Rival

August 20, 2010



CHICAGO

August 20, 2010

Each year, the school plans to
add 125 students until they
reach a maximum enrollment of 500.
The goal is for each to attend college.


LOS ANGELES

August 20, 2010

Dozens of selected works made
up the 14th annual Los
Angeles Latino International
Film Festival on Thursday.


PHILADELPHIA

August 20, 2010

Asian business owners are being
targeted by a gang of thieves. The
suspects follow owners home
then rob and terrorize the victims.


SAN FRANCISCO

August 20, 2010

The hearings into the San Francisco Police
Department Videogate scandal erupted
over the issue of race,
with an officer and her black lawyer in tears


No Faith In New Orleans Education System

August 23, 2010



Credit Union Supports Hispanic Entrepreneurs

August 23, 2010



Newsman Who Broke Racial Barriers Dies

August 23, 2010



Bridging Gaps To Inspire Black Youth Health

August 23, 2010



Mass Marches Expose Vast Racial Inequities

August 23, 2010



Civil Rights Center Honors Key Events

August 23, 2010



Report: Asian Students Not Always High Achievers

August 23, 2010



Program Creates Inner City Business Growth

August 23, 2010



La Raza Report: ICE 287g Program A Failure

August 23, 2010



President Celebrates Minority Business Owners

August 23, 2010



Colorado School Takes New Approach To Urban Ed

August 23, 2010



NAACP: Father's Only Crime Is Being Black

August 23, 2010



Bill Cosby To Open "Men Of Soul" Benefit

August 23, 2010



Native Cinema Summit Wraps Up

August 23, 2010



Minority Media Receives Staggering Donation

August 23, 2010



Report Details Effects Of Katrina On Children

August 23, 2010



Seneca Nation Sues To Block NY Cig Tax

August 23, 2010



Summit Targets Women, Minorities In Finance

August 23, 2010



Koreatown Parolee Center Meets Opposition

August 23, 2010



Online Bigotry Is Booming

August 23, 2010



FIGHT OVER KING'S LEGACY

August 23, 2010



Latino Troops Return From Iraq

August 23, 2010



Latinos Reluctant To Join AZ Boycott

August 23, 2010



Native American Dr. Group Names New Head

August 23, 2010



Black Leaders Accept Dr. Laura's Apology

August 23, 2010



GLAAD Announces Media Awards Nominees

August 23, 2010



NJ Names Intersection After Gay Rights Activist

August 23, 2010



Military Surveys Spouses On DADT

August 23, 2010



Victims Of Bullying Suffer Academically

August 23, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 23, 2010



CHICAGO

August 23, 2010

Some folks call it soul food,
others southern style cuisine, but
whatever you call it, you can
find it in the Chatham neighborhood.


DALLAS

August 23, 2010

Jill wrote her name next to the
word “mother” on the forms.
She crossed out “father”
and wrote in “mother” next to Tracy's name.


DETROIT

August 23, 2010

The Rebuild America: Jobs,
Justice & Peace tour is
urging national leaders to
focus on America's economic infrastructure.


LOS ANGELES

August 23, 2010

"The very first question I was
asked was, Are you
married? The second
was, Do you have children?"


NEW YORK

August 23, 2010

The robberies and beatings
of Hispanics by some
African Americans on
the north shore
began in April.


PHILADELPHIA

August 23, 2010

This arts program travels to 30 schools
in the city. The program's focus
is bringing fine arts to children
who might not have the chance to.


Latino Children's Social Skills Lost In School

August 24, 2010



NYC Mayor's Remarks Anger Native Americans

August 24, 2010



Latinos Demand Internet Freedom Protection

August 24, 2010



Baltimore Latinos Under Threat

August 24, 2010



Republicans Set Out To Woo Latino Voters

August 24, 2010



Judge Rejects Troy Davis' Claim Of Innocence

August 24, 2010



Minorities Use Cell Phones Most

August 24, 2010



Mexico Wins Miss Universe Pageant

August 24, 2010



Hispanic Caucus Announces Opening Festivities

August 24, 2010



Heart Disease Data For Asian-Americans Flawed

August 24, 2010



National Action Network: Court Forces Slavery

August 24, 2010



CA Children Sink Deeper Into Poverty

August 24, 2010



National Trust Expands Plan To Save Black Sites

August 24, 2010



Clinton Fdn. Begins NYC Small Business Project

August 24, 2010



Black Barbershop Initiative Sets Up Shop In FL

August 24, 2010



Group Celebrates Women's Equality Day

August 24, 2010



Girls Of Color Targeted In Global Project

August 24, 2010



Feds Allocate $25M For Gulf Coast Recovery

August 24, 2010



Minorities Lured To "College Dropout Factories"

August 24, 2010



Latina Style Ranks Top 50 Companies

August 24, 2010



Weightloss Program Targets Black Women

August 24, 2010



Despite Issues, Americans Remain United

August 24, 2010



SHERROD SAYS NO

August 24, 2010



Phila Hosts AIDS Strategy Update

August 24, 2010



Time Running Out For Civil Rights Cold Cases

August 24, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 24, 2010



SAN FRANCISCO

August 24, 2010

Oakland's police chief will bring
together the DEA, the FBI and
other federal agencies
to curb gang violence.


Black Think Tank Announces Climate Symposium

August 24, 2010



NEW ORLEANS

August 24, 2010

The Lower Ninth Ward
still is horribly scarred.
Hurricane Katrina's imprint
is everywhere.


DETROIT

August 24, 2010

Reverend Jackson says he wants
to put America back to
work with jobs, justice
and peace.


GREENSBORO, NC

August 24, 2010

The Civil Rights Museum
honored 4 of the remaining
Tuskegee Airman in a special
ceremony at the museum.


MADISON, WI

August 24, 2010

Africa Fest celebrates
its 12th year. All 52
countries are represented
at this annual festival.


HELENA, MT

August 24, 2010

The annual multi-cultural gathering
brings together all walks of life.
Organizers hope to break attendance
records with this year's event.


ACLU: Govt Report Omits Key Issues

August 24, 2010



US Unprepared To Protect Children In Disaster

August 24, 2010



Lawyers Committee: Katrina Recovery Continues

August 24, 2010



Black Nurses Assoc. Elects New Members

August 24, 2010



Latino Man Sues GA Police

August 24, 2010



Death Row Inmates Allege Racial Bias

August 25, 2010



Christians To Focus On Racism At Conference

August 25, 2010



Racial Patterns Found In School Budget Votes

August 25, 2010



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

August 25, 2010



Cops Were Told They Could Shoot Looters

August 25, 2010



Minorities Flex Entrepreneurial Muscle

August 25, 2010



Elderly Asians Isolated In NYC

August 25, 2010



Devastation In Haiti Still Astounds Relief Workers

August 25, 2010



HUD Expands Neighborhood Revitalization Project

August 25, 2010



Congressional Honor Given To Latino Bank CEO

August 25, 2010



Survey: Women Business Owners Drive Economy

August 25, 2010



Jury Awards Damages In Hispanic Traffic Stop

August 25, 2010



Latino Group Wants Targeted Sanctions For AZ

August 25, 2010



Hispanic MBA Scholarships Awarded

August 25, 2010



Former Negro League Star Dies

August 25, 2010



Historic Black Theater Celebrates 100 Years

August 25, 2010



Black Leaders Express Dissatisfaction With Obama

August 25, 2010



Black Brokers Move Forward

August 25, 2010



More Minorities Passing CA School Exit Exams

August 25, 2010



30K Expected For National Baptist Convention

August 25, 2010



Diversity Budgets Holding Up At Law Firms

August 25, 2010



Urbanworld Film Festival Announces Ambassador

August 25, 2010



L.A. To End Race Based Teacher Assignment

August 25, 2010



President To Mark Katrina Anniv In New Orleans

August 25, 2010



MINORITY VOTES AT RISK

August 25, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 25, 2010



PHOENIX

August 25, 2010

"I will no longer drink Budweiser.
It has been a favorite of mine
but no more, I refuse to
give them my money.


SALT LAKE CITY

August 25, 2010

An immigration attorney says
some of the arrests weren't
legitimate, that there was
racial profiling involved.


MINNESOTA

August 25, 2010

Conversations about race aren't
always black and white. The
persistence of racism has
increased the tolerance of it.


NEW JERSEY

August 25, 2010

Business owner encourages
graffiti as an opportunity to
bring the community together
through a progressive form of art.


RALEIGH, NC

August 25, 2010

A Domino's employee has been
fired after printing a racial
slur on the bottom of
a customer's receipt.


ATLANTA

August 25, 2010

There was a major setback
for a death row inmate given
a rare chance by the U.S.
Supreme Court to clear his name.


Black Leaders Outraged Over Roe v Wade Link

August 25, 2010



Massive DC Rally Gaining Backers

August 25, 2010



Colin Powell Addresses High School Drop Out Crisis

August 25, 2010



Urban League: Dr. Laura Is Ludicrous

August 25, 2010



HUD To Support Development In Indian Country

August 25, 2010



How Katrina Affected The Asian Community

August 26, 2010



Discrimination Suit Filed By Chicago Radio Host

August 26, 2010



Partnership Aims To Close Digital Divide

August 26, 2010



GA Parents Urged To Fight For Equity In Schools

August 26, 2010



No Improvement In Prison Rape Incidents

August 26, 2010



More High Income Women Choosing Divorce

August 26, 2010



Diving Into Black History

August 26, 2010



NAACP Joins Rights Groups In DC Rally

August 26, 2010



Minority Small Business Of The Year Named

August 26, 2010



Latino Clan To Be New 'Jon & Kate'

August 26, 2010



CA Justice System Ill-Equipped For Girls

August 26, 2010



"Black And Unwanted" Campaign Begins In TX

August 26, 2010



Depression Prevalent In Mothers Of Poor Infants

August 26, 2010



Black Film Producers Fueling Hollywood

August 26, 2010



School Opens In Haiti

August 26, 2010



African American Film Festival Concludes

August 26, 2010



Hispanics Plan On Saving More, Spending Less

August 26, 2010



CDC Backs Groundbreaking Black Male HIV Study

August 26, 2010



Single Black Athletes Plagued By Relationships

August 26, 2010



President Commemorates Women's Equality Day

August 26, 2010



Heart Disease Depends More On $$$ Than Race

August 26, 2010



Report: Minorities Stand To Gain In Health Reform

August 26, 2010



Time Runs Out For Another Black Farmer

August 26, 2010



Anti-Immigrant Strategy Loses In Primary Election

August 26, 2010



NOW To Obama: Alan Simpson Must Go

August 26, 2010



Black Conservatives Support Glenn Beck

August 26, 2010



TREASURY DEAL
EXCLUDES MINORITIES

August 26, 2010



Black Gravediggers Showered With Racial Epithets

August 26, 2010



Financial Reform Bill Calls For Diversity

August 26, 2010



AZ Sheriff Given Deadline

August 26, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 26, 2010



NEW ORLEANS

August 26, 2010

As the fifth anniversary of
Hurricane Katrina approaches, we
look back at sights and
sounds from the Gulf Coast in 2005.


SAN FRANCISCO

August 26, 2010

An Appeals court judge
in Sacramento is poised to
become the next Chief Justice
of the California Supreme Court.


LOS ANGELES

August 26, 2010

Authorities descended on a
South Los Angeles housing
complex and arrested dozens
of Pueblo Bishops Bloods members.


DETROIT

August 26, 2010

Soulful songstress Anita Baker
is performing at the
DTE Energy Music Theatre this Saturday.
What fans can expect from her new album.


DALLAS

August 26, 2010

Earlier this summer a teenage
girl was punched in the face
by a police officer after she was
allegedly caught jaywalking.


CHICAGO

August 26, 2010

The 81-year-old “Queen of Gospel
Music” continues to thrill a
global audience in and
out of church with over 60 albums.


Asian Bar Applauds Confirmation Of Justice

August 27, 2010



Education Level Affects Smoking Rates

August 27, 2010



Religious Group Forms Bond With Latin America

August 27, 2010



Global Maternal Health Conference To Begin

August 27, 2010



Call For Renewed Fight For Justice And Equality

August 27, 2010



Kindergartens See More Hispanic, Asian Students

August 27, 2010



Audience Choice Awards Given At Latino Festival

August 27, 2010



Blacks Question Criticism Of Beck

August 27, 2010



Closing The Gap In Heart Disease Care

August 27, 2010



Swine Flu Hard On Children With Sickle Cell

August 27, 2010



MS Middle School Segregates Student Government

August 27, 2010



CA Oks Early Warning System To Prevent Dropouts

August 27, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 27, 2010



DES MOINES

August 27, 2010

"Having people that are
arrested who are black and
victims who are white we don't
assume that it's racially motivated."


Latino Heritage Festival Tomorrow At Rock HOF

August 27, 2010



Black Men More In Need Of Mental Support

August 27, 2010



RICH BETTER OFF AFTER KATRINA

August 27, 2010



Africa Fashion Week Deemed A Success

August 27, 2010



Int'l Civil Rights Museum Holds Black & White Ball

August 27, 2010



$11.6M In Federal Hwy Grants Going To Minorities

August 27, 2010



Hispanic Chamber Names Businessman Of Year

August 27, 2010



Marketing Companies Honored For Diversity

August 27, 2010



New Diet Holds Promise For Blacks

August 27, 2010



Wyclef Blasts Haitian Officials In Song

August 27, 2010



Water's Attorneys To Ethics Panel: Back Off

August 27, 2010



Native American Cig Tax Has NY Gov. Fretting

August 27, 2010



NEW ORLEANS

August 27, 2010

Many who live near levees in
New Orleans are still skeptical about
their safety. Concerns
are growing over the levee.


LOS ANGELES

August 27, 2010

Dozens of suspected murderers
and drug dealers were taken
off L.A. streets and put behind
bars in a citywide gang sweep.


DETROIT

August 27, 2010

Rev. Jesse Jackson is in Detroit
to lead what he calls a march
to rebuild America. It's a
new call for justice and jobs.


CHICAGO

August 27, 2010

"It has been a project of mine for
many years now to make sure
African American communities have access
to the healthiest varieties of foods."


ATLANTA

August 27, 2010

Do guns have a place
in a house of worship?
A new Georgia law passed
this year says they do not.


Red Cross Releases Katrina Report

August 27, 2010



King: How Can I Hijack What Belongs To Me?

August 27, 2010



Summit Draws Deal Makers In Black Community

August 30, 2010



What Really Works In DC Justice System?

August 30, 2010



Hate Can Come In Black And Brown

August 30, 2010



Ed. Secretary: U.S. Needs More Minority Teachers

August 30, 2010



Gala To Celebrate Legendary Theater

August 30, 2010



AZ Sheriff Challenges DOJ Request For Documents

August 30, 2010



EPA Launches Native American Youth Art Contest

August 30, 2010



Sickle Cell News Round-Up

August 30, 2010



Long Island To Host Black Int'l Film Festival

August 30, 2010



Blacks More Likely To Favor N.Y. Islamic Center

August 30, 2010



Repeal Of Amendment Deja-Vu For Asians

August 30, 2010



Black Candidate Blasts White Media

August 30, 2010



Black Men Most Disadvantaged, Least Helped

August 30, 2010



Gov Helps Struggling Haitian Students

August 30, 2010



Western Carolina U Offers Indian Health Lecture

August 30, 2010



Historic 100 Year Old Black Church Closes Doors

August 30, 2010



Summer Employment Drops For Minority Youth

August 30, 2010



Military Wife Awaits DADT Survey

August 30, 2010



US Warns Against Travel To Mexico

August 30, 2010



Oregon Makes Small Gains In Minority Test Scores

August 30, 2010



Gay Couples In Hawaii Look To California

August 30, 2010



Tobacco Signs Still Targeting Poorer Areas

August 30, 2010



MS School Board Ends Race-Based Policy

August 30, 2010



Progress Stalled In Black-White Achievement Gap

August 30, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 30, 2010



CONTROVERSY DIVIDES
CA SCHOOLS

August 30, 2010



RALEIGH

August 30, 2010

SNCC's legacy: A civil rights history.
Find out how a group of college
students began the sit-ins
that help stimulate the civil rights movement.


LOS ANGELES

August 30, 2010

Emmy winner Archie Panjab
i of "The Good Wife" is
proud that her role doesn't
center around her ethnicity.


WASHINGTON

August 30, 2010

They came by the thousands and by
the busloads from around the
country to rally and march
in the spirit of Martin Luther king.


LOS ANGELES

August 30, 2010

Rep. Maxine Waters appeals
for community help from banks. Waters
dealt with banks to get
help for African-American realtors.


DETROIT

August 30, 2010

Detroit's effort to enroll students
from other communities enrages a man in
River Rouge. The man took his anger out on
volunteers with "I'm In"


CHICAGO

August 30, 2010

The Emmett Till Legacy Foundation
kicked off the Never Again
Campaign. It's a national
effort that stands against injustice.


Wyclef Jean Plans Appeal

August 30, 2010



Native Journalist Confronts Rapes In Her Past

August 31, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

August 31, 2010



No Blacks On Wealthiest Congress Members List

August 31, 2010



Latino Youth Speak Out On SB 1070

August 31, 2010



Zero Tolerance For Violence At S. Phila. High

August 31, 2010



BLACK LAWMAKER
SCHOLARSHIP SCANDAL

August 31, 2010



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

August 31, 2010



Jackson Marches In Detroit

August 31, 2010



Gospel Concert For Stroke Awareness In Blacks

August 31, 2010



Justice Department Sues AZ School System

August 31, 2010



Settlement In DC Checkpoint Case

August 31, 2010



Historic Woodlawn Cemetery Story To Be Told

August 31, 2010



RNC Chair Steele Discusses AZ Immigration Law

August 31, 2010



Debate Over "Payday Loans" Continues

August 31, 2010



Women Tapped To Lead Hispanic Chamber

August 31, 2010



Judge Rules Against Tribe In Tobacco Case

August 31, 2010



"Real Housewives" Meets "Gay NY" In New Show

August 31, 2010



Social Justice Fellowships Awarded

August 31, 2010



Stent Surgery Recovery Complicated By Race

August 31, 2010



Hispanic Mothers At Highest Risk For Depression

August 31, 2010



Gay Lawyers Struggle With "Invisible Bar"

August 31, 2010



Even In Death Women Get The Shaft At NY Times

August 31, 2010



White House Dance Series Blends Cultures

August 31, 2010



Battle Of The Bands Tour Hits HBCU Campuses

August 31, 2010



Company Required Better Credit From Immigrants

August 31, 2010



Black Farmers Speak Out On Egg Recall

August 31, 2010



Black Muslims Left Out Of Conversation On Islam

August 31, 2010



Black Cancer Summit Set For DC

August 31, 2010



WASHINGTON

August 31, 2010

Panelists debate the merits of
Glenn Beck's "Restoring Honor" rally.
Did Glen Beck dishonor the
Martin Luther King, Jr. legacy?


CHICAGO

August 31, 2010

A wreath-laying ceremony was
held at the gravesites
of Emmett Till and his
mother, Mamie Till-Mobley.


DETROIT

August 31, 2010

Urban farming is transforming
vacant, blighted land. Where there
once were abandoned homes and
empty lots, there's now hope and fresh food.


LOS ANGELES

August 31, 2010

Organizers say nearly 200 residents
and community leaders had gathered at
the Pomona church to talk about
police use of DUI checkpoints.


NEW YORK

August 31, 2010

Inner City children entering high
school get a chance to see
what it's like to be prosecutors
and defense attorneys.


PHILADELPHIA

August 31, 2010

The wage gap between men and
women is still, unfortunately, a
reality. Women in the same types of
white-collar jobs, are paid less.


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