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Class Examines Prison From The Inside-Out

September 01, 2010



New Stats Released On NY Immigrants

September 01, 2010



New Orleans To Host Diversity And Inclusion Expo

September 01, 2010



Tribes Hope New Law Will Heal Old Wounds

September 01, 2010



Black Gas Station Owner Alleges Racism

September 01, 2010



Ed Sec Urged Employees To Attend Sharpton Rally

September 01, 2010



ACLU: Raided Calif Firm Mistreated Latinos

September 01, 2010



Blacks React To Obama Speech On Iraq

September 01, 2010



Diabetes In Minorities Near Epidemic Levels In CA

September 01, 2010



UC Berkeley Opens Mexico Exhibit

September 01, 2010



MIDDLE-AGED BLACKS
BATTLE BULGE

September 01, 2010



Coffee Cup Program Benefits Inner-City Football

September 01, 2010



Native American Fire Dept. Makes History

September 01, 2010



Judge Blocks Part Of NY Tax On Indian Cigarettes

September 01, 2010



LATINA Celebrates Women's Empowerment

September 01, 2010



Film's Immigration Commentary Creates Buzz

September 01, 2010



Hispanic Lawmakers Launch Higher Ed Initiative

September 01, 2010



Bankers Association Speaks Out On Waters Issue

September 01, 2010



DASH Diet Works For Blacks

September 01, 2010



Black Muslims Responds To Mosque Controversy

September 01, 2010



CEO Fights For Low-Income Families

September 01, 2010



Chicago Urban League Places Woman At The Helm

September 01, 2010



ICE To Suspend Some Deportations

September 01, 2010



'Millennials' Divided Over Same-Sex Marriage

September 01, 2010



Health Revival Returns To Harlem

September 01, 2010



Parents Push For Diversity In New Orleans

September 01, 2010



Report On Effects Of Katrina On Women, Girls

September 01, 2010



Is America Marching In Two Different Directions?

September 01, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 01, 2010



MEMPHIS

September 01, 2010

Pastor Stacy Spencer envisions
a place where blacks,
Latinos and whites can live,
work and play together.


WAKE COUNTY, NC

September 01, 2010

Opponents vowing to continue
to speak out against the
controversial community schools
policy until it is reversed.


BOSTON

September 01, 2010

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe
Arpaio has made a name for himself by
fighting illegal immigration. He's
a hero to some, and a villain to his opponents.


PHILADELPHIA

September 01, 2010

As the new school year begins
at South Philadelphia High School, officials hope it marks the beginning of a new chapter as well.


DALLAS

September 01, 2010

Dozens of people waiting in
line for most of the night believing
they were improving their
chances of getting a housing voucher.


CHICAGO

September 01, 2010

Chicago police recently met
with known gang leaders
in a new effort to stop
the violence in the city.


Black Patients May Benefit From New Treatment

September 01, 2010



ACLU Marks 90 Years

September 02, 2010



Race Plays Role In Pedestrian Vs. Car Accidents

September 02, 2010



Pilot Program Helps Underbanked Open Accounts

September 02, 2010



Children Of Immigrants Leading The Future

September 02, 2010



Ethnic Differences Seen In Youth Drug Use

September 02, 2010



Council Of Negro Women To Celebrate 25 Years

September 02, 2010



Fast Food With Healthy Focus In DC

September 02, 2010



Asian-Americans Accepting Of Abortion

September 02, 2010



ICE COMES CLEAN

September 02, 2010



CA Parents Upset With School Assignment Policy

September 02, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 02, 2010



ATLANTA

September 02, 2010

Morehouse University professor
Stephane Dunn shares
her opinion on the
limitations of megachurches.


PHOENIX

September 02, 2010

A new poll from ASU's Morrison
Institute shows there is overwhelming
support for Arizona's immigration
law -- with a few twists.


PHILADELPHIA

September 02, 2010

During the last three months, 1,400 volunteers have worked to clear trash from 7 targeted neighborhoods as part of the Camden Clean Campaign.


LOS ANGELES

September 02, 2010

A new study says nearly a quarter
of the nation's illegal immigrants
live in California, despite a nearly
4 percent drop.


CHICAGO

September 02, 2010

A group claiming to
be made up of Chicago gang leaders
says it is so angry about a threatened
police crackdown it is going public.


ATLANTA

September 02, 2010

A judge has ruled, settling
the matter of who's in
charge of the Southern
Christian Leadership Conference.


HUD Expands 'First Look' Foreclosure Program

September 02, 2010



Minority HIV/AIDS Program Expanded

September 02, 2010



National Drug Program Increases Tribal Presence

September 02, 2010



Hispanics Divided Over NYC Mosque

September 02, 2010



OSHA: 28% Of Work Deaths Involve Latinos

September 02, 2010



More Commercial Banks Needed In Poor Cities

September 02, 2010



Japanese League Announces Gala Host

September 02, 2010



AZ Black Groups Fumble Candidate Forum

September 02, 2010



Indian Country Awaits NYC Mayor Apology

September 02, 2010



Chamber Challenges E-Verify Law

September 02, 2010



Poll: Republican Party Highly Religious Whites

September 02, 2010



Urban League: Black Farmers Case "A Travesty"

September 02, 2010



HIV+ Retiree Settles Discrimination Case

September 02, 2010



Govt. Responds To Immigration Report

September 02, 2010



Black And Latino Boys Disrespected

September 02, 2010



Obama Approval Falls Among Latinos

September 02, 2010



VA Higher Ed Triples Minority Spending

September 02, 2010



Immigrants Making Progress Assimilating Into US

September 02, 2010



Praise For African American History Museum Plans

September 03, 2010



NYC Hosts Largest Caribbean Street Party

September 03, 2010



Group Investigates Sharpton Rally Endorsement

September 03, 2010



NAACP Responds To FCC Public Notice

September 03, 2010



Hispanic Convention Expecting Record Crowds

September 03, 2010



Immigration Council "Revisits The Border"

September 03, 2010



Jobs Report Paints "Bleak Picture" For Women

September 03, 2010



Asian-American Inspiration In The NBA

September 03, 2010



Civil Rights Leader Joins Cal State Faculty

September 03, 2010



Partnership Will Boost College Cricket Programs

September 03, 2010



FL Lt. Gov. Candidate Has Caribbean Roots

September 03, 2010



Latino Group President Speaks Out

September 03, 2010



Jamaicans Rooting For Dustin Brown At US Open

September 03, 2010



Hispanic Television Use Growth Tops All Groups

September 03, 2010



Foreclosures Making People Sick

September 03, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 03, 2010



LOS ANGELES

September 03, 2010

One of the nation's
largest janitorial services has
been ordered to pay millions of
dollars to nearly two dozen female employees.


DETROIT

September 03, 2010

Ice Cube rapped about it.
Others made movies about it.
Stop snitching is
much more than words.


Voting Interest Wanes For Minorities, Women

September 03, 2010



Kansas NAACP Joins March On Washington

September 03, 2010



Ohio Hispanic Voters Rights Case Resolved

September 03, 2010



ARIZONA

September 03, 2010

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer
ignores questions about her
claims that beheadings
occur along the border.


AZ SHERIFF STONEWALLS FEDS

September 03, 2010



Sports Greats Turn Out For Mentoring Program

September 03, 2010



Candidate Alleges Racism In NY Senate Race

September 03, 2010



ATLANTA

September 03, 2010

Southwest Georgia is full of rich
history. Part of that distinct history
is being shown through an art
exhibit at the Albany Museum of Art.


AZ Refugees Find Shelter In Albuquerque Church

September 03, 2010



Black Caucus Reacts To Latest Jobs Report

September 03, 2010



Grant Creates Housing For Native American Elders

September 03, 2010



Unfulfilled Promises To Black Farmers

September 03, 2010



ACLU Asks Court To Review SD Indian Voting Case

September 03, 2010



Foundation Defends AZ Law

September 03, 2010



Lower Blood Pressure Goal Benefits Blacks

September 03, 2010



PHILADELPHIA

September 03, 2010

Asian business owners are
being targeting in a string of robberies.
Police see a connection
with a number of home invasions.


CHICAGO

September 03, 2010

Community activists and
parents who have lost
children to gang violence
reacted to the unusual news conference


Group Celebrates Teachers For Hispanic Heritage

September 07, 2010



MTV To Air AZ Style Immigration Documentary

September 07, 2010



Sharpton And Friends Challenged To Debate

September 07, 2010



ATL Court Rejects Racial Discrimination Claim

September 07, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 07, 2010



'Machete' Explores Immigration Controversy

September 07, 2010



IMMIGRATION SWAYS ELECTIONS

September 07, 2010



31st Sickle Cell Assoc. Walk This Weekend

September 07, 2010



DUBLIN, GA

September 07, 2010

The city of Dublin has
passed an amendment to their
indecent exposure ordinance that
bans "sagging baggy" pants.


HUNTSVILLE, AL

September 07, 2010

The brothers who are responsible
for Auto-Tuning the "Bed
Intruder Song" talk about
their viral hit.


ATLANTIC CITY

September 07, 2010

Racial slurs and swastikas
were carved into the
pavilion area of Atlantic City's
boardwalk on Labor Day.


Haiti Could Lead World Into New Era Of Solidarity

September 07, 2010



DETROIT

September 07, 2010

Comedian, actor and educator
Bill Cosby has a message for parents
of Detroit Public School children:
walk your kids to school and get involved.


CHICAGO

September 07, 2010

A group of veterans in
Chicago is upset over what it is
calling the desecration of a
memorial to a Hispanic hometown hero.


Calls For Minority Inclusion In Bid For IL Lottery

September 07, 2010



Black Caucus Foundation Hosts Students

September 07, 2010



Inner-City Youth Speak Out On Education Needs

September 07, 2010



Weak Black Vote Trouble For Democrats

September 07, 2010



CA Tribes Won't Enforce Child Support Claims

September 07, 2010



Murder Memorials Raise Questions

September 07, 2010



Michigan Builds On Legacy Of Bias Crime Response

September 07, 2010



"ContemporAsian" Brings Asian Cinema to MoMa

September 07, 2010



Hispanic Evangelicals Launch 40 Day Fast

September 07, 2010



Army Launches 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Online Inbox

September 07, 2010



Groups Doubts ICE's Success Claims

September 07, 2010



Blacks Confront Paper Over Post-Slaying Piece

September 07, 2010



Phoenix Airport To End Minority-Contracting Policy

September 07, 2010



Anti-Traffic Camera Initiatives Labeled As Racist

September 07, 2010



FDNY Far Behind In Racial, Gender Diversity

September 07, 2010



ATLANTA

September 07, 2010

A member of the Little
Rock Nine has died. Jefferson
Thomas had a critical
role in the Civil Rights movement.


Affects Of Secondhand Smoke Highest In Blacks

September 07, 2010



Former NOW Chapter Treas. Muzzles Opposition

September 07, 2010



Audit Finds Sharpton's Nonprofit In Jeopardy

September 07, 2010



Rights Groups Unite To Fight Childhood Obesity

September 07, 2010



Colorful West Indian Day Parade Captures NYC

September 07, 2010



Migrant Workers To Be Focus Of Health Program

September 08, 2010



Urban League Site Analyzes Latest Jobs Report

September 08, 2010



ACLU-WA Criticizes Police In Open Letter

September 08, 2010



Lack Of Black Teachers "Challenge For Students"

September 08, 2010



Black Candidates Mull Run For Chicago Mayor Spot

September 08, 2010



Foreclosure Crisis May Threaten Voters’ Rights

September 08, 2010



NBA Gets First Asian American GM

September 08, 2010



Civil Rights Commission Convenes New Era

September 08, 2010



NYU Reaches At-Risk Youth Through Robotics

September 08, 2010



"Nice Threads" Showcases Black American Artists

September 08, 2010



Hispanic Bar Names "Lawyer Of The Year"

September 08, 2010



OUTRAGE OVER QURAN BURNING

September 08, 2010



NY Gov Signs Anti-Bullying Act

September 08, 2010



African Universities Join Partnership With US

September 08, 2010



New Orleans, A City Rebuilding Itself

September 08, 2010



Urbanworld Film Festival Goes Digital

September 08, 2010



Lawyers Honored For Commitment To Gay Rights

September 08, 2010



Height To Be Honored By P.O. Renaming Bill

September 08, 2010



Minority Conference Hosts Career Expo

September 08, 2010



Professor Brings Shakespeare To Inmates

September 08, 2010



Migrants Depend On Community Help

September 08, 2010



Spanish Language Guides Improve Patient Access

September 08, 2010



Vitamin D May Help Blacks With Asthma

September 08, 2010



Diabetes Website Caters To Asian Americans

September 08, 2010



Trouble With New Sickle Cell Screening Program

September 08, 2010



Smithsonian Latino Center Presents Argentina

September 08, 2010



1st Generation Youth Imagine A Future In College

September 08, 2010



Eagle Academy Opens For Young Black Men

September 08, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 08, 2010



NEW YORK

September 08, 2010

One West Point cadet hopes
to inspire the nation with what he hopes
to take away from his experience
at the school. Getting there was the hard part.


WASHINGTON

September 08, 2010

Investor George Soros speaks on
his $100 million donation to human rights
causes. He explains the need to
bring international attention to issues.


CHICAGO

September 08, 2010

The Jane Addams Hull-
House Museum will reopen after
having undergone a major renovation
for the first time in 50 years.


LOS ANGELES

September 08, 2010

For the second night
in a row, angry protesters clashed
with police over the officer-involved
fatal shooting of a Hispanic man.


NEW YORK

September 08, 2010

The encounter stirred memories of
the case of John White, a black
Long Island homeowner who shot a
white teenager in his driveway in 2006.


PHILADELPHIA

September 08, 2010

Last year South Philadelphia high
School made headlines when
Asian students walked out to
protest violence against them.


CA Agency In Hot Water Over Release Of Info

September 09, 2010



Program Keeps At-Risk Youth Off Streets

September 09, 2010



Mass. NOW Wants Hospital Head Out

September 09, 2010



Minority Supplier Development Council Back In FL

September 09, 2010



Hispanic MBAs Name New CEO

September 09, 2010



NEW ACCUSATIONS
AGAINST RANGEL

September 09, 2010



Hispanic TV Icon Christina To Be Honored At Gala

September 09, 2010



CBC Foundation Conference Looks To The Future

September 09, 2010



HIV Initiative Targets At-Risk Southern Minorities

September 09, 2010



Minority Health Month Declared In NJ

September 09, 2010



New Career School Regulations Will Hurt Blacks

September 09, 2010



Preschool Support Critical For Latino Voters

September 09, 2010



Decline In Unauthorized Immigration Explained

September 09, 2010



National Call-In Day Planned For DADT Repeal

September 09, 2010



Civil Rights Leaders Launch Virtual Book Club

September 09, 2010



School Brings Lacrosse To Inner-City Kids

September 09, 2010



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

September 09, 2010



Minority Teacher Recruitment Praised

September 09, 2010



NAACP Criticized Over Anti-Tea Party Site

September 09, 2010



Emerson Names First Black President

September 09, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 09, 2010



MEMPHIS

September 09, 2010

Community members hope that
the redistricting set to take place
will help the lawmakers
will reflect the residents they serve.


First Of Its Kind Spanish Site Launched

September 09, 2010



Institute Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month

September 09, 2010



Rights Groups Unite For Jobs, Justice, Education

September 09, 2010



Indianapolis Receives $8m To Fight Blight

September 09, 2010



Conference Brings Together Midwives Of Color

September 09, 2010



New Report Addresses Suicide Among Natives

September 09, 2010



BET Hip Hop Rewards Set For Next Month

September 09, 2010



JACKSON, MS

September 09, 2010

Jackson State University is hosting
a national conference in an
effort to attract more minorities
to the field of engineering.


Deportations Increase Amid Huge Backlog

September 09, 2010



SAN MATEO, CA

September 09, 2010

Friends and family of East
Palo Alto activist David Lewis
passed out fliers to the
public to help get his murder.


NEW YORK

September 09, 2010

Embattled Congressman Charlie
Rangel was out shaking hands on the
campaign trail. It's a sure sign times have
changed for the veteran lawmaker.


LOS ANGELES

September 09, 2010

It was a less than warm welcome
for Chief Charlie Beck, as the head
of the LAPD tried to
calm an angry crowd.


ATLANTA

September 09, 2010

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
died more than 40 years ago
and those decades have taken
their toll on his coffin.


Minority Grandparents Raising Kids More

September 10, 2010



Blacks Still Leery Of Clinical Trials

September 10, 2010



Women Scarce As Franchise Owners

September 10, 2010



Black Farmers To Feds: Just Pay Up Already

September 10, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 10, 2010



HBCUs Five Years After Katrina

September 10, 2010



Black-American Muslims Speak Out

September 10, 2010



Fear Prevents Haitian Americans From Voting

September 10, 2010



Florida Pastor Backs Off Burning Koran

September 10, 2010



Flu Is Death Threat For Native Americans

September 10, 2010



ACLU Begins Bus Ads Over NY Mosque

September 10, 2010



School Honors Six "Phenomenal" Women

September 10, 2010



Minority Groups Unite To Fight Childhood Obesity

September 10, 2010



Community Diabetes Education May Help Latinos

September 10, 2010



Experts Enhance DC HBCU Conference

September 10, 2010



DADT Ruling "Victory For All Service Members"

September 10, 2010



Opposition To AZ Law Strengthens

September 10, 2010



USDA Supports Research And Teaching At HBCUs

September 10, 2010



Risks And Hopes For MN Minority Children

September 10, 2010



Group Hopes To Help Find Native Connections

September 10, 2010



Hispanic Could Head Texas A & M Corp Of Cadets

September 10, 2010



We're In, Let's Close The Door

September 10, 2010



Court Strikes Down Controversial PA Law

September 10, 2010



Radio One Celebrates 30 Years In Urban Radio

September 10, 2010



Caribbean Immigration Down After 9/11 Surge

September 10, 2010



HOLLYWOOD

September 10, 2010

While many praise prevalence
of high-profile gay characters
in primetime, some critics
say it's bad for society.


CHICAGO

September 10, 2010

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.
looks at the future of Chicago
politics now that Mayor Richard
Daley won't seek re-election.


REPORT STUNS CITY OFFICIALS

September 10, 2010



NEW YORK

September 10, 2010

A homeowner who grabbed a rifle
from his house and fired warning shots
after bing threatened by gang
members on his lawn faces criminal charges.


LOS ANGELES

September 10, 2010

More protests and new developments
in the fatal shooting of a man by police
in the Westlake District. A woman
spoke out, saying she is a witness.


DALLAS

September 10, 2010

Few people have seen the
dashcam video of two white
Dallas police officers
beating a black man after a chase.


CHICAGO

September 10, 2010

A graduation ceremony was held
in an unusual place: the Cook
County Jail. The jail offers an alternative
sentencing program for eligible inmates.


Women's Contributions To Peace Recognized

September 10, 2010



Blacks Lend Support At Tea Party Rallies

September 10, 2010



Soledad O'Brien To Host Hispanic Heritage Gala

September 10, 2010



Activists March For Sickle Cell Anemia Victims

September 13, 2010



Riverside Theater Celebrates Milestone

September 13, 2010



IN Officer Apologizes For Civil Rights Remark

September 13, 2010



Black Sorority Sponsors Reading Program

September 13, 2010



U.S. Olympic Family Donates To Haiti Team

September 13, 2010



President Appoints New Members To HBCU Board

September 13, 2010



Hospital Distrust May Deter Black Blood Donors

September 13, 2010



Black Politics Analyst, Ronald Walters, Dies at 72

September 13, 2010



Artist Defends Blackface At Music Awards

September 13, 2010



John Quiñones Kicks Off Spanish Heritage Month

September 13, 2010



Black Advocacy Group Encouraged By FCC Action

September 13, 2010



MLB Fights Malnutrition In Dominican Republic

September 13, 2010



Actress Takes Plight Of Migrant Children To DC

September 13, 2010



Black Confederate Soldier To Be Honored

September 13, 2010



Allegations Of Racism At IN Country Club

September 13, 2010



Vets Cheer DADT Ruling

September 13, 2010



Nail-Care Workers Cancer Study Encouraging

September 13, 2010



Meeks Angers Gay Community

September 13, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 13, 2010



Project To Build Haiti's First Airport Hotel Forms

September 13, 2010



WASHINGTON

September 13, 2010

The President speaks at
the Historically Black Colleges
and Universities Reception in the
Grand Foyer of the White House.


NY Boasts Most Diverse Freshman Class To Date

September 13, 2010



PLEA FOR RACIAL DIALOG

September 13, 2010



Adderall Use Up Among Asian-American Students

September 13, 2010



N.C. Civil Rights Museum Won't Make Goal

September 13, 2010



NY Rally Ties Mosque To Racial Healing

September 13, 2010



Many Say No To Citizenship For Immigrants Kids

September 13, 2010



Children Of Illegal Immigrants Spark Clash

September 13, 2010



Colleges Receive $$$ From Tribal College Grant

September 13, 2010



BALTIMORE

September 13, 2010

Exploring a system that's
being touted as the wave
of the futures when
it comes to U.S. healthcare


SACRAMENTO

September 13, 2010

Under the California Constitution
, students are guaranteed the
right to a free public
education. But is it really free?


NEW ORLEANS

September 13, 2010

National Urban League president
Mark Morial gives his thoughts about the
economy and race. He speaks
at length on the role of the Urban League.


DETROIT

September 13, 2010

Detroit middle school and
high school students got a once
in a lifetime opportunity to
fly with the Tuskegee Airmen.


LOS ANGELES

September 13, 2010

The streets of East Los Angeles beat to a
different drum as hundreds celebrated
Mexican Independence Day.
"It's 200 years of independence..."


US Warns Against Travel To Mexico

September 14, 2010



Black Conservatives See No Controversy At Rally

September 14, 2010



Study: Hispanic Shoppers Shift Focus

September 14, 2010



Chicago Marks 40 Years In Black Entertainment

September 14, 2010



Dip In NY SAT Scores Blamed On Minorities

September 14, 2010



Services For Ronald Walters Planned For D.C.

September 14, 2010



First Ever Hispanic To Lead Congregation

September 14, 2010



Black Artist Alleges Assault By JetBlue Attendant

September 14, 2010



Al Sharpton To Launch Sunday AM TV Program

September 14, 2010



Partnership Goes After The Hispanic Movie-Goer

September 14, 2010



NAACP Embarks On Spoken Word National Tour

September 14, 2010



Rights Group Sends Open Letter To Obama

September 14, 2010



Hispanic Poet Honored On US Stamp

September 14, 2010



Latino Employee Resource Launched At Summit

September 14, 2010



Asian Economic Forum Set For San Francisco

September 14, 2010



Obama Reaffirms Support For Black Farmers

September 14, 2010



Controversial Ad Creates Headlines Nationwide

September 14, 2010



Black Newspaper Unveils Most Influential List

September 14, 2010



Strategy Addresses Poverty In US Schools

September 14, 2010



Census Bureau Sued For Hiring Discrimination

September 14, 2010



Foreign Investors Loan Money For Green Cards

September 14, 2010



Homeowners Line Up For Help At HUD Event

September 14, 2010



Small Business Lending Declines, Hiring Flat

September 14, 2010



Hispanic Caucus' Health Care Reform Work Lauded

September 14, 2010



Tori Spelling To Host Lambda Legal Awards

September 14, 2010



HBCU Network To Launch Next Year

September 14, 2010



Concerns Over AZ Immigration Law

September 14, 2010



"Bamboo" Hopes To Inspire Asian Professionals

September 14, 2010



Leaders Attend Black Caucus Conference

September 14, 2010



Watchdog To Investigate DOJ Civil Rights Division

September 14, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 14, 2010



LOS ANGELES

September 14, 2010

LA County spends more
than 1.5 billion dollars a year
on health care, welfare payments and
jail costs for illegal immigrants.


DALLAS

September 14, 2010

Two more female employees of
Dallas Fire-Rescue have filed
a lawsuit alleging sexual
harassment and discrimination.


WESTWOOD, CA

September 14, 2010

In this tough job market,
some immigrants are trying
to get an edge by taking
classes to lose their accents.


DETROIT

September 14, 2010

The dethroned Monica Conyers
has officially turned herself into
a federal prison in West Virginia. However,
according to a handbook it’s not so bad.


LOS ANGELES

September 14, 2010

LA County joined court systems
nationwide in offering rehabilitation
programs to military veterans
who are charged with nonviolent crimes.


DALLAS

September 14, 2010

There was a show of support
for embattled Congresswoman Eddie Bernice
Johnson. Pastors and community leaders
rallied saying its time to move on.


BLACK PHOTOGRAPHER EXPOSED

September 14, 2010



Soul Train Announce Awards Show Co-Hosts

September 15, 2010



Small Businesses SCORE Recognition

September 15, 2010



MillerCoors Names Latino Leaders Contestants

September 15, 2010



Pelosi Reassures Black Caucus On Job Creation

September 15, 2010



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

September 15, 2010



Grant Holds Promise For Tribal Cancer Patients

September 15, 2010



Women Play Key Role In Fight Against Hunger

September 15, 2010



Army Partners With Hispanic Organizations

September 15, 2010



Hispanic MBA Conference To Take Over Chicago

September 15, 2010



Award To Increase Minorities In Nursing

September 15, 2010



Urban League Hosts Football Classic

September 15, 2010



Colin Powell's Comments Called "Disgraceful"

September 15, 2010



Obama Nominations Head Back To Senate

September 15, 2010



Platform Connects Minority Businesses With $$$

September 15, 2010



First Ever TX Minority Majority Freshman Class

September 15, 2010



Relief Offered For Haitian Students

September 15, 2010



Rights Groups Urge Paycheck Fairness Act Passing

September 15, 2010



100 Years Of Sickle Cell Awareness

September 15, 2010



O.J. Simpson Still Divides Or Connects People

September 15, 2010



Daycare Choice Has Lasting Effects For Black Kids

September 15, 2010



Civil Rights Museum Honors Hispanic Heritage

September 15, 2010



National League Of Cities Group Names Fellows

September 15, 2010



$14M In Grants Awarded For Minority Health

September 15, 2010



Hispanic Trends In Television

September 15, 2010



POVERTY RATE SOARS

September 15, 2010



How Much Can Discrimination Hurt?

September 15, 2010



Indiana U Begins Latino Diabetes Study

September 15, 2010



Urban League Demanding Change

September 15, 2010



Study Shows Racial Gaps In School Suspensions

September 15, 2010



Grant Brings Good Food To Low-Income Families

September 15, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 15, 2010



NEW YORK

September 15, 2010

Rangel managed to secure
the nomination despite facing 13 House
ethics charges and losing his chairmanship
of the House Ways and Means Committee


DALLAS

September 15, 2010

The NFL is investigating whether
some players’ actions were out of
bounds when dealing with a female
sports reporter from a Mexican TV station.


ANTELOPE VALLEY, CA

September 15, 2010

Dozens of Antelope Valley
residents gathered in Lancaster to voice
concern on the heels of a report
on law enforcement that found disparities.


WASHINGTON

September 15, 2010

Bill Maher says Sarah
Palin will run in 2012, and the
GOP doesn't like the idea
of having a black president.


LOS ANGELES

September 15, 2010

In police terms, 187 stands
for homicide, and that's brought
some controversy to 'Detroit
187' before it ever airs.


DETROIT

September 15, 2010

Global Detroit is looking
at immigration as one way to revive the
area’s economy. Steve Tobocman,
a former state lawmaker, heads up the initiative.


Whites Living Longer With Muscular Dystrophy

September 15, 2010



Hispanic Caucus Honors Nickelodeon

September 16, 2010



Black Journalist Murder Hearing Begins

September 16, 2010



Coalition Seeks Investigation Of Rum 'Deal'

September 16, 2010



Army Recognizes Outstanding Latino Youth

September 16, 2010



"Professional Baby Momma" A Career Choice?

September 16, 2010



Major Grant For Latino Cancer Research Network

September 16, 2010



NYC Mayor Reveals Illegal Cigarette Sales Srting

September 16, 2010



Hispanic Chamber Announces New Leaders

September 16, 2010



Minorities Show Optimism In Housing Market

September 16, 2010



Union Elects First Latino To Post

September 16, 2010



Graveyard DNA Rewrites Black History

September 16, 2010



DADT Activists Confront John McCain

September 16, 2010



Al Sharpton Celebrates Back-To-School

September 16, 2010



Wealth-Building Strategies Left Poor Behind

September 16, 2010



Civil Rights Panel Ponders Its Relevance

September 16, 2010



Community Group Keeping An Eye On Police

September 16, 2010



Illinois Town Sues Gang Members

September 16, 2010



Are Black Athletes Being Targeted In America?

September 16, 2010



Tribes To Get $127M For Public Safety

September 16, 2010



Health Outreach Founder Keynotes Black Caucus

September 16, 2010



Tyson Sued For Discrimination Against Women

September 16, 2010



Black Churches Unite Against Child Abuse

September 16, 2010



MATERNAL DEATH RATE CONCERNS

September 16, 2010



Feds Give $7.4M To HBCUs

September 16, 2010



Project Aims To Teach Tolerance In School

September 16, 2010



President Responds To Poverty Data

September 16, 2010



Harsh Imbalanced Discipline Policies Challenged

September 16, 2010



Silent Victims Of 9/11

September 16, 2010



Undocumented Suffer In Poor Living Conditions

September 16, 2010



"Fashion in Action!" Protest at NY Fashion Week

September 16, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 16, 2010



DETROIT

September 16, 2010

In several posts, Shirvell accuses
Armstrong of being sexually active with other
male students, some of whom
don’t identify themselves as gay.


LOS ANGELES

September 16, 2010

A gay Saudi diplomat is
seeking political asylum in
the U.S., claiming his life is
in danger if he returns home.


DARIEN, CT

September 16, 2010

Charges of racism in the fight to
get affordable housing build in this tony
Connecticut town. Developers have
suffered retaliation against their son.


NEW YORK

September 16, 2010

The imam at the center of the
Ground Zero mosque controversy did not turn
up to a New Jersey court hearing
to face accusations about housing violations.


ORLANDO

September 16, 2010

The young man doesn’t want to use
his name says he was walking
when a group of teens asked
to use his cell phone.


SAN FRANCISCO

September 16, 2010

A controversial gang injunction
has been in effect in North Oakland
for three months and now, one
of its most vocal opponents is in jail.


Govs Spend More On Prison Than School

September 16, 2010



Violence Against Women Act Has Public Support

September 17, 2010



Native Schools Get $2.4M In HUD Funding

September 17, 2010



Hopes Pinned On Dream Act

September 17, 2010



Black College Tour Continues At Howard

September 17, 2010



Hispanic Group Honors Latina Leaders

September 17, 2010



Pres Meets With Hispanic Lawmakers

September 17, 2010



Hispanics Leaving Money On The Table

September 17, 2010



Micro-Loans Rescue Small Businesses

September 17, 2010



DoD Awards Grants To Tribal Colleges

September 17, 2010



Black Philanthropists Gather In CA's Bay Area

September 17, 2010



Female Exec Named To Auto Industry Top 100

September 17, 2010



Blacks Urged To Get The Facts About Sickle Cell

September 17, 2010



Sparks Fly Over MLK Comments

September 17, 2010



Gay Veterans Leave Combat Boots As A Reminder

September 17, 2010



New Federal Civil Rights Unit Created In MI

September 17, 2010



L.A. Students Mobilize In Search Of Latino Voters

September 17, 2010



Urban League Mourns Passing Of Dr. James Bobo

September 17, 2010



Affluent Blacks Hit Puberty Earlier If Dad Is Gone

September 17, 2010



President Names Several To Asian Pacific Council

September 17, 2010



Actress "Too Dark" For Elle Cover?

September 17, 2010



Woman To Lead Consumer Protection Bureau

September 17, 2010



Sick And Poor? You May Need A Lawyer

September 17, 2010



AIDS/HIV "Ignorance" Killing Black Community

September 17, 2010



100K EXPECTED AT RALLY

September 17, 2010



Haitian Pres. Candidate Aligns With Black Caucus

September 17, 2010



First Ever Insurance Industry Diversity Roundtable

September 17, 2010



Religious Leaders Mark Deaths At Mexico Border

September 17, 2010



Latino League Wants Community To Connect

September 17, 2010



NASA Pursuing Latin American Space Program

September 17, 2010



Philadelphia Tribune Names Most Influential Blacks

September 17, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 17, 2010



WASHINGTON

September 17, 2010

John Boyd says he will
make the ride on the tractor
he named "Justice" each day
the Senate is in session.


CHICAGO

September 17, 2010

"I was living in my car
with my children until
I came here, and now
I have hope," the mother said.


LOS ANGELES

September 17, 2010

Black State Senator Rod Wright has been
indicted, accused of living outside the district
he represents. A staunch civil rights advocate,
his colleagues are standing behind him.


SAN FRANCISCO

September 17, 2010

A Latino priest claims he
was singled out unfairly in San
Jose when he was suddenly
surrounded by four police cars.


CHICAGO

September 17, 2010

Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr.'s
brother Jonathan Jackson
says he is interested in
becoming the next mayor.


LOS ANGELES

September 17, 2010

The 200th year of Mexico's independence
is certainly something to shout about
and that's what the "El Grito"
concert at LA LIVE was all about.


American Indian church Sues Feds

September 20, 2010



Dems Court Latinos With DREAM Act

September 20, 2010



Hispanic Lender Outreach Program Launched

September 20, 2010



IL Candidate Challenges NBC "Black-out"

September 20, 2010



Acid Hoax Spurs Racism

September 20, 2010



Radio Reaches 94% Of Blacks Weekly

September 20, 2010



Small Business Grants Expand Opportunities

September 20, 2010



Maternal Death Clock Activated In Times Square

September 20, 2010



Global Africa Project Challenges Traditional Eye

September 20, 2010



DECEPTION AT JUSTICE DEPT.

September 20, 2010



Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week Begins

September 20, 2010



Caribbean Leaders Set For U.N. General Assembly

September 20, 2010



Program Promotes Law Careers For Minorities

September 20, 2010



American Indian Film Festival Gets Rolling

September 20, 2010



Native American Art Seen By Contemporary Eyes

September 20, 2010



Hispanic Chamber To Honor Outstanding Latinas

September 20, 2010



BET Founder Offers Solutions For Wealth Gap

September 20, 2010



Rally To Restore Voting Rights To Convicts

September 20, 2010



Minorities Know Little About Health Care Reform

September 20, 2010



African Dignitaries To Converge In Atlanta

September 20, 2010



Black Leaders Gather Discuss Climate Issues

September 20, 2010



NJ To Rename Intersection For Activist

September 20, 2010



Colin Powell: Illegal Immigrants Do Vital Work

September 20, 2010



HIV Campaign Hits Crossroads

September 20, 2010



National Race Exhibit Begins 3 Month Run

September 20, 2010



Urbanworld Film Festival Winners Announced

September 20, 2010



Praise For Heart For Women Act

September 20, 2010



Arizona Sheriff Forming Vigilante Group

September 20, 2010



Support Increases For Same-Sex Marriage

September 20, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 20, 2010



CHICAGO

September 20, 2010

The Art Institute is showcasing
a remarkable exhibit from Mexico. It has
17 major works of pre-
Colombian art spanning more than 2000 years.


WASHINGTON

September 20, 2010

Report focuses on building wealth
and protecting it in the African-American
community. What are the
challenges today's families face?


LOS ANGELES

September 20, 2010

Nearly 40,000 people turned
out for the 37th annual
Central American parade in
Los Angeles' Westlake District.


DALLAS

September 20, 2010

The video-taped beating
of a man by Dallas police made a lot of news last
week. Many in the community
took up the topic in church services.


CHICAGO

September 20, 2010

Dozens of Chicago ministers met
to discuss the race for mayor. The
group conducted a straw
poll to determine the favorite candidate.


WESTLAKE, LA

September 20, 2010

Protesters marched in the
Westlake District in response to
the fatal officer-involved shooting
of a Guatemalan day laborer.


Grant Supports Advancing Latino Graduation Rates

September 21, 2010



HISPANIC BUSINESSES BOOM

September 21, 2010



Senate Vote Dooms DADT Repeal For Now

September 21, 2010



MoMA Announces ContemporAsian Program

September 21, 2010



Episcopal Latinos Gathering Focuses On Unity

September 21, 2010



President Returns To Black America For Support

September 21, 2010



Revered Black Artist Passes

September 21, 2010



Actrees Says Hollywood Behind On Diversity

September 21, 2010



Museum Presents History Of Apollo Theater

September 21, 2010



Jamaica's Consulate General Continues Outreach

September 21, 2010



Lender Discriminated Against Hispanic Borrowers

September 21, 2010



Celebration Of Signs Marking Trail Of Tears

September 21, 2010



Immigration Integration ?'s Go Unanswered

September 21, 2010



Walking NY Tour Celebrates Woman's History

September 21, 2010



Women Business Leaders Showcased In Dallas

September 21, 2010



Hispanic Business Expo Honors Top Producers

September 21, 2010



Young Black Voters Want Strong Government

September 21, 2010



Unarmed Blacks Shot By Police Remembered

September 21, 2010



Videotaped Police Beating Stirs Storm Of Protest

September 21, 2010



Undocumented Teen Wins Rare Reprieve

September 21, 2010



Gracie Awards Announces Dates Of Celebration

September 21, 2010



Claims Of Racism Follow GOP Candidate

September 21, 2010



Leaders Stategize On Health Of Boys Of Color

September 21, 2010



Panel Focuses On Multicultural Audience

September 21, 2010



NAACP Launches Online Voter Registration Tool

September 21, 2010



Rally Leaders Urge Americans To Get Involved

September 21, 2010



Lawmakers Urged To Look At The Black Vote

September 21, 2010



Health Disparities Research Celebrates 10 Years

September 21, 2010



Program Launches LGBT Youth Health Videos

September 21, 2010



College Is "Attainable Dream" For Hispanics

September 21, 2010



Democrats Reaching Out To Black Voters

September 21, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 21, 2010



WASHINGTON

September 21, 2010

Michelle Rhee, the embattled D.C.
Public Schools chancellor, has become
one of the most-watched figures
of the District’s post-primary transition.


CHICAGO

September 21, 2010

The push to build support for
the DREAM Act appeared to be gathering
momentum. An all night vigil
was held in the downtown area.


ATLANTA

September 21, 2010

Panel discusses should gays be allowed
to serve openly in the military? For some,
it's a matter of equal rights, while
others want to leave it alone.


SAN FRANCISCO

September 21, 2010

Many viewers who watched
Oprah saw she gave $1 million to Aspire
Public Schools. It is the California non-profit
that runs 30 charter schools.


WASHINGTON

September 21, 2010

For a moment in time this summer, Shirley
Sherrod was a household name.
Sherrod is in town and spoke
about her ordeal at a local church.


POINT PLEASANT BEACH, NJ

September 21, 2010

The ACLU-NJ has filed
a lawsuit against Point Pleasant Beach over
the recitation of the Lord's Prayer
at its municipal council meetings


Book Tackles Why Many Black Women Are Obese

September 22, 2010



Education Grants Lift Children Out Of Poverty

September 22, 2010



Court Affirms Overturning Fla. Gay Adoption Ban

September 22, 2010



Church Offers Comfort Amidst Violence In CA

September 22, 2010



Wash. U. Gives 1st Black Woman Tenure

September 22, 2010



Black Leaders Organize For HIV/AIDS Strategy

September 22, 2010



Planned Parenthood Accused Of Targeting Blacks

September 22, 2010



Palin Plays Race Card

September 22, 2010



MLB Honors Latino Heritage

September 22, 2010



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

September 22, 2010



NY Latinos And The Mosque Controversy

September 22, 2010



HUD Awards $6.5M To Hispanic-Serving Colleges

September 22, 2010



Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Gets Rush $$$

September 22, 2010



YMCA Announces Black & White Ball

September 22, 2010



Presidential Asian Advisory Council Sworn In

September 22, 2010



Minority Leaders Stand Against Proposed Rules

September 22, 2010



Urban League Remembers Activist Ron Walters

September 22, 2010



Compelled To Go To Haiti

September 22, 2010



Religious Leaders Speak Out On Immigration

September 22, 2010



NASA Increases STEM Learning For Minorities

September 22, 2010



Historic EPA Meeting On Environmental Justice

September 22, 2010



In Search Of Strong Black Men And Women

September 22, 2010



Group Vows To Continue Fight For DREAM Act

September 22, 2010



NY Gov Appoints First Diversity Officer

September 22, 2010



Latin Grammy Awards Parties In The Street

September 22, 2010



Latino Voter Outreach Program Gains Strength

September 22, 2010



Chinese Books Distributed In US Schools

September 22, 2010



Researchers Study Effects Of Katrina On Kids

September 22, 2010



One Approach To Diversity May Frustrate Efforts

September 22, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 22, 2010



CLEVELAND

September 22, 2010

There are 8 million people
on the National Bone Marrow
Registry who are ready to
give their marrow to a stranger.


SAN FRANCISCO

September 22, 2010

A program to help kids and their
parents was taught in English,
but Spanish speakers desperately
wanted to take it.


PHILADELPHIA

September 22, 2010

The premier of 2 movies depict
very different accounts of a controversial
murder case from the
1980's involving the Black Panthers.


DALLAS

September 22, 2010

As part of Cook Children's outreach,
the Save a Smile program provides free dental care to under-served Tarrant
County elementary school children.


CHICAGO

September 22, 2010

New allegations against
Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr.
may derail his election
hopes in November


ATLANTA

September 22, 2010

Shocking lawsuits have accused a
top church leader of sexual misconduct.
Two separate lawsuits were
filed against Bishop Eddie Long.


SCHOOLS REMAIN SEGREGATED

September 22, 2010



CA Minorities Fight Texas Oil And Prop 23

September 23, 2010



CA Addresses Minority Infant Mortality Rate

September 23, 2010



Congress Urged To Address AIDS Funding Crisis

September 23, 2010



Latino Leaders Want Action On AIDS Issues

September 23, 2010



Small Business Owners Pessimistic Over Economy

September 23, 2010



Magic Johnson "Walks Under The Stars"

September 23, 2010



Rights Group Applauds Transparency Ruling

September 23, 2010



Atty Defies DOJ To Testify In Black Panther Case

September 23, 2010



Minority Journalist On The Decline

September 23, 2010



Atlanta's MLK Historic Site Marks 30 Years

September 23, 2010



Black Health Conference To Focus On Cancer

September 23, 2010



Official Says He Was Fired For Hiring Blacks

September 23, 2010



Native Americans Hold Equal Rights Rally

September 23, 2010



American Indian College Fund Gala Announced

September 23, 2010



Report Shows Power Of Gay-Owned Firms

September 23, 2010



First Ever Gay Consumers Forum During Ad Week

September 23, 2010



Hispanic Convention Opens To Record Crowd

September 23, 2010



Top Performers Headline Education Tour

September 23, 2010



Group Honors Advocate For Asian Immigrants

September 23, 2010



Country's Top Minority Suppliers Named

September 23, 2010



Injunction Issued In Katrina Discrimination Case

September 23, 2010



Scholarships Awarded To Minorities In Tech

September 23, 2010



HUD Reaches Out To Communities Of Color

September 23, 2010



NAACP Leaders Reach Out To Gay Rights Groups

September 23, 2010



Why Did DREAM Act Fail?

September 23, 2010



New Allegations For Embattled AZ Sheriff

September 23, 2010



Latino Voters Deserting CA Candidate

September 23, 2010



JAY-Z FORBES BUFFETT HUDDLE

September 23, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 23, 2010



OMAHA

September 23, 2010

Jay-Z, meets the most
successful investor of all
time, Warren Buffett, on the
latter's home turf of Omaha, Neb


CHICAGO

September 23, 2010

The wife of Jesse
Jackson Jr. called allegations
that her husband had
an affair "not new"


BOSTON

September 23, 2010

A church is turning into
a makeshift courthouse where
criminals with outstanding warrants
can get cases resolved.


WASHINGTON

September 23, 2010

BET founder, Billionaire Robert
Johnson, stresses the importance
of Liberia for African-Americans.


CHICAGO

September 23, 2010

One year after the killing
of 16-year-old Derrion Albert,
Fenger High School held a rally
to try and bring peace.


ATLANTA

September 23, 2010

In lawsuits filed this week, three
men who were members of the New Birth
Missionary Baptist Church claim
the Bishop coerced them into sexual relations.


Blacks Face Kidney Disease-Related Disparities

September 23, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 24, 2010



Why It's Hard For Rights Groups To Work Together

September 24, 2010



Minority Leaders Prepare For Health Conference

September 24, 2010



Most Black Males Remain Unaware In HIV Crisis

September 24, 2010



NAACP Victory In NJ Fire Dept Case

September 24, 2010



MINORITY MORTGAGE DOUBLE PUNCH

September 24, 2010



SAVANNAH

September 24, 2010

John Finney has lost
a great friend but says
the Savannah community has lost
an even greater leader.


Minority Business Stimulus Contracts Still Lag

September 24, 2010



Sickle Cell News Round-Up

September 24, 2010



Changes Open New Doors Of Health Care

September 24, 2010



Lawmakers Labelled As "DREAM Killers" After Vote

September 24, 2010



Sexually Harassed Sports Reporter Offered Job

September 24, 2010



Motorcycles Almost Twice As Deadly For Blacks

September 24, 2010



School Choice Puts Students First

September 24, 2010



White House Assures Skeptics On 'Don't Ask'

September 24, 2010



Sentencing In New Orleans Danziger Bridge Case

September 24, 2010



CT Women's Business Council Holds Round-Table

September 24, 2010



'Black Twin Cities' Aims To Motivate Mothers

September 24, 2010



Wyclef Ends Bid For Haiti President

September 24, 2010



Asians Cheer 'Gold Medal Bill'

September 24, 2010



Clinton Hosts Special Session On Haiti Recovery

September 24, 2010



Native Americans Rally Against Hunger

September 24, 2010



New Black Farmers Funding Settlement Bill

September 24, 2010



Large Scale Effort Begins For Inmates With AIDS

September 24, 2010



Most Okay With Mosque In Alternate Location

September 24, 2010



Affluent Blacks More Socially Responsible

September 24, 2010



Bishop Eddie Long: Victim, Hypocrite Or Both?

September 24, 2010



WASHINGTON

September 24, 2010

The National Black Farmers
Association urges the Senate to
pass a bill settling discrimination
against minority farmers.


LOS ANGELES

September 24, 2010

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez was
dealing with backlash
following controversial remarks
she made to a reporter.


CHICAGO

September 24, 2010

Today marks one year since
Fenger High School student Derrion
Albert was beaten to death on his way home from classes.


ATLANTA

September 24, 2010

Three men who were members of the
New Birth Missionary Baptist Church
claim Bishop Eddie Long coerced
them into sexual relations.


ST. PAUL, MN

September 24, 2010

Minnesota's Roman Catholic bishops
are launching a new effort against
same-sex marriage, with a DVD that
is being mailed to parishioners.


Black Journalist Larry Elder Returns To Old Station

September 27, 2010



NJ City Swears In First Black Fire Chief

September 27, 2010



Latino Conference Spotlights Going Green

September 27, 2010



Latino Voters In CA Reluctant To Embrace GOP

September 27, 2010



Whites Lag Behind In Technology Use

September 27, 2010



Study Looks At Head, Neck Cancer In Blacks

September 27, 2010



End Of Life Care Differs Between Races

September 27, 2010



Teacher Recruitment Looks For Men, Minorities

September 27, 2010



Search Is On For Black Campaign Spokesmen

September 27, 2010



Tea Party Survey Show Black Voter Support

September 27, 2010



Foundation Raises $1.5M For Diversity In Cable

September 27, 2010



Black Journalists Conference Set For October

September 27, 2010



Feds Launch "Defending Childhood" Program

September 27, 2010



CHANGES WORRY BLACK LEADERS

September 27, 2010



Looking Back At Katrina Through The Arts

September 27, 2010



'Soul Soldiers' Exhibit Opens In Cleveland

September 27, 2010



First Ever Gay Senior Advocacy Confab In NYC

September 27, 2010



First Black-Owned Legal Services Co Launches

September 27, 2010



Over 50K Attend Thunder and Lightning Powwow

September 27, 2010



Program Advances AIDS Fight In Black Community

September 27, 2010



Scholars Explore Lives Of U.S. Immigrant Children

September 27, 2010



Exhibition Explores Apollo's Impact

September 27, 2010



Why Black Men Marry White Women Explored

September 27, 2010



NAACP off the mark?

September 27, 2010



Firestorm Over Skin Lightening By Elle Continues

September 27, 2010



Reporter Makes Startling Revelation

September 27, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 27, 2010



PHILADELPHIA

September 27, 2010

There's a field of
dreams in South
Philadelphia, other than
where the Phillies play.


NEW YORK

September 27, 2010

Public school teachers,
parents of students, and
others protested the film
"Waiting for Superman."


TEHACHAPI, CA

September 27, 2010

Many would say no one
has done more for the
rights of immigrant farm workers
than the late Cesar Chavez.


LOS ANGELES

September 27, 2010

The city of Los Angeles, where
nearly half of the residents are foreign-born,
continues to be a hotbed
for immigration issues.


CHICAGO

September 27, 2010

Stopping the violence in Chicago
was the focus of a town hall
meeting at St. Sabina church
on the South Side.


ATLANTA

September 27, 2010

Many followers of embattled
Baptist megachurch leader Bishop Eddie Long
remained unwavering in their
support as their pastor vowed to fight.


Black Steering Committee Fights FL Redistricting

September 28, 2010



Crisis In The Black Church

September 28, 2010



Haitian Educational Empowerment Act Introduced

September 28, 2010



Thurgood Marshall College Fund Delivers Dreams

September 28, 2010



Party With A Purpose For The Black Youth Vote

September 28, 2010



Report Quantifies Collateral Costs Of Incarceration

September 28, 2010



HBCU Football Classic Draws Impressive Crowd

September 28, 2010



Black Caucus Comments On Wealth Gap

September 28, 2010



Group Aims To "Expose" Anti-Gay Movement

September 28, 2010



Showcase Of Blacks In Opera Planned

September 28, 2010



Latino Voters Give Dems Edge In CA

September 28, 2010



Hispanic Caucus Lauds Minority Recruitment Plan

September 28, 2010



Urban League Celebrates 100th Founders Day

September 28, 2010



Plea Of Haitian Children Especially Troublesome

September 28, 2010



Arthur Ashe's Widow Raises Awareness In PSA

September 28, 2010



CA Gov Vetoes Bill Protecting Gay Prisoners

September 28, 2010



Native American Women Being Forced Into Labor

September 28, 2010



BLACK GOP POISED FOR HISTORY

September 28, 2010



MBA On Discrimination: Blame The System

September 28, 2010



Approval For Delayed Nominees To US Courts

September 28, 2010



Faces Of Racial Profiling

September 28, 2010



Blacks Face Barriers In Kidney Donations

September 28, 2010



Homeowners Seek Foreclosure Help From HUD

September 28, 2010



Churches Struggle For Diversity In The Pews

September 28, 2010



Renewed Calls For Black Panther Investigation

September 28, 2010



NBC Names Women's Advisory Board Members

September 28, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 28, 2010



CHICAGO

September 28, 2010

One of the possible candidates
in the race for mayor goes on the
attack. The issue of immigration may
be a deciding point in the city election.


PHILADELPHIA

September 28, 2010

Many schools across the
country are not making
the grade, and President Obama
says it has to stop.


CHICAGO

September 28, 2010

The Rev. Carlton Pearson
talks about preaching that
everyone has a place in
heaven, including gay people.


WASHINGTON

September 28, 2010

Comedy Central hosts Jon Stewart
and Stephen Colbert are gaining
momentum in their planned dueling rallies
scheduled for October 30.


OAKLAND

September 28, 2010

US HUD Secretary Shaun
Donovan was in Oakland to
announce $5.1 million
available in housing counseling.


CHICAGO

September 28, 2010

Chicago's Children's Museum
is celebrating the spirit
of play and the
artistic traditions of Mexico.


Apollo Takes Amateur Night On The Road

September 28, 2010



Kidney Failure More Likely For Blacks

September 28, 2010



NY Gov Plan Combats "Food Deserts"

September 29, 2010



AG Sec Vilsack Urges Action On Pigford Settlement

September 29, 2010



ACLU Issues Report On Africans In The US

September 29, 2010



Peace Corps Partners To Recruit More Minorities

September 29, 2010



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

September 29, 2010



GLAAD Releases "Where We Are On TV" Study

September 29, 2010



Africa Prays For America

September 29, 2010



Latina Business Series Draws Industry Leaders

September 29, 2010



Minority Leaders Receive Social Justice Awards

September 29, 2010



Black Leaders Call Out NY Candidate

September 29, 2010



Minority Lawyers Hit Hard By Cutbacks

September 29, 2010



Financial Literacy Workshop Heads To PA

September 29, 2010



PLEA FROM URBAN LEAGUE

September 29, 2010



$27M In Funds To Assist Native Teen Moms

September 29, 2010



Rutgers Honors Female Jazz Legend

September 29, 2010



50 Most Powerful Women In Business Named

September 29, 2010



Nat'l Civil Rights Group Launch Virtual Book Club

September 29, 2010



EEOC Sues UT Construction Company

September 29, 2010



Native Hawaiians Filling Prison System

September 29, 2010



Our Father, Who Aren’t In Washington

September 29, 2010



Underserved Children Flourish In Media Program

September 29, 2010



Women Representation Lagging In Media

September 29, 2010



New Deaths In Haiti

September 29, 2010



Women In Media Sounds Call For Entries

September 29, 2010



VIDEO NEWS POSTINGS

September 29, 2010



ATLANTA

September 29, 2010

For the first time,
one of the men filing
suit against Bishop Eddie
Long is speaking out.


PHILADELPHIA

September 29, 2010

Micheal Vick lectured about
his time in prison for dog fighting
and being forced to leave
his hoodlum associates behind.


LOS ANGELES

September 29, 2010

Equal pay for equal work:
a mantra that has been
part of the American
narrative for decades.


CHICAGO

September 29, 2010

The Chicago Latino Network held
it's annual awards gala. The
event recognizes the achievements
of Chicago area Latinos.


ATLANTA

September 29, 2010

There are lots of arguments
for and against undocumented
students going to
public colleges and universities.


NEW YORK

September 29, 2010

It appears the controversy
over a the mosque
at Ground Zero has
spread to Long Island.


Hip Hop Theater Festival Kicks Off

September 29, 2010



Reasearch Fights Strokes In Sickle Cell Patients

September 30, 2010



Govt. Ramps Up Anti-Dropout Program

September 30, 2010



Oliver Stone Criticized For All White, Straight Cast

September 30, 2010



Immigration Reform Bill Lauded By Rights Group

September 30, 2010



Climate Bill Offers Hope Of Relief For Minorities

September 30, 2010



"Bandit Taxis" Popular In Ethnic Communities

September 30, 2010



Ethnic Media Overlooked In Washington State

September 30, 2010



Magnet School Grants Awarded

September 30, 2010



CA Candidate's Urged To 'Report To Jail'

September 30, 2010



NY Homeless Ask For Help

September 30, 2010



ONE NATION WORKING TOGETHER RALLY

September 30, 2010

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Caribbean Businesses Could Boost From Jobs Bill

September 30, 2010



Latinas And The Great Recession

September 30, 2010



High School Student Calls Out Segregated System

September 30, 2010



English Learners Lack Support

September 30, 2010



Conference Held On Health Issues For Minorities

September 30, 2010



Minorities In Agriculture

September 30, 2010



Ending Black Fatherlessness Should Be A Priority

September 30, 2010



BLACK FARMERS DENIED

September 30, 2010



NYC Mayor Testifies On Immigration System

September 30, 2010



Vanderbilt, Meharry Partner For Sickle Cell Center

September 30, 2010



Immigration Reform Bill Seen As 'Step Forward'

September 30, 2010



Korean Parade Marches Up NYC Streets

September 30, 2010



Hoax Cost Black Journalists Credibility

September 30, 2010



States Remain Committed To Low-Income Kids

September 30, 2010



Report Explains Effects Of Immigration On WIC

September 30, 2010



NOW Delivers Message To Alan Simpson

September 30, 2010



Prostate Cancer Death Rates Highest For Blacks

September 30, 2010



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September 30, 2010



LOS ANGELES

September 30, 2010

The race for governor
is heating up. Immigration
and the path to
citizenship are discussed.


NEW YORK

September 30, 2010

The NYPD along with clergy
members from Brooklyn have created
a task force to reduce violence and
build trust within the black and latino communities.


CHICAGO

September 30, 2010

The college requirement encourage
minorities who can't afford college
to go into the trades or military
because the CPD isn't an option.


LOS ANGELES

September 30, 2010

CA gubernatorial candidate Meg
Whitman employed an illegal immigrant
Mexican housekeeper for years
even though she was alerted.


ATLANTA

September 30, 2010

Like the four men suing Long,
Cannon describes the pastor
as a generous and
loving father figure.


Civil Rights Advocates Support Racial Profiling Ban

September 30, 2010



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