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January, 2011 Archive

SBA Lends More Than $12B In Last 3 Months

January 03, 2011



Iowa Takes A Step "Backwards" In New Year

January 03, 2011



Ethnic Media Nominate 2010 Top Newsmakers

January 03, 2011



Newark Readies Women In Media Film Festival

January 03, 2011



Women's Group Lauds Ethics Training Order In NY

January 03, 2011



'Urban Wheel' Awards Goes Green

January 03, 2011



Sister's Release Doesn't Erase GOP Past Missteps

January 03, 2011



Black Faculty Org. Marks 40yrs At Rutgers

January 03, 2011



Historic Marriage Unites Church Clergy

January 03, 2011



PA Urban Parks Get Support From Area Elders

January 03, 2011



STUDY: LATINO MARKET GOLDMINE

January 03, 2011



Bullying Effects Largely Misunderstood

January 03, 2011



New Leader Takes The Reins In South America

January 03, 2011

Brazilian Worker’s Party President-elect Dilma Rousseff took over from her mentor, outgoing President Luis Inácio "Lula" da Silva. She has big shoes to fill.


Oprah's Network Launch Advances Black Ownership

January 03, 2011

The scarcity of black ownership on cable pushed activists to pressure Comcast to add more black-owned networks to its system.


Sharpton Announces Book Deal, Plans For New HQ

January 03, 2011

"Mountain Highs and Valley Lows" by Al Sharpton and will give the inside story of how he felt standing at MLK's grave when Barack Obama won the Presidency,


Xavier Hosts MLK Week For Peace

January 04, 2011



Hispanic Chamber Prez Makes Most Influential List

January 04, 2011



1st President Of Trinidad And Tobago Dies

January 04, 2011



Blacks V. PA School District Moves Forward

January 04, 2011



Passing Down Black Traditions

January 04, 2011



Pelosi Lauded For "Historic" Tenure As Speaker

January 04, 2011



1st Latino Chancellor To Be Honored By PA Bar

January 04, 2011



New Site For Gay Military Members Launched

January 04, 2011



Anti-Bullying Program Effective On Playgrounds

January 04, 2011



Haitian Govt. Urged To Protect Displaced Women

January 04, 2011



Latino Comedian Brings His Show To Ga Coliseum

January 04, 2011



CA Gay Marriage Battle Continues

January 04, 2011



Black AIDS Strategy Laid Out

January 04, 2011



Blacks In Congress Struggle To Maintain Influence

January 04, 2011

His original plan was to embark on an ambitious, long shot bid for Chair of the powerful House Appropriations Committee.


CA Gov Urged To Remember Immigrant Base

January 04, 2011



Will CA AG Take On Foreclosure Crisis?

January 04, 2011



UNCF Tribute Spotlights Emergency Student Aid

January 04, 2011



Am. Legion To Launch Women Veterans Survey

January 04, 2011



Church Leaders Rebuilding In Haiti

January 04, 2011



Former NY Gov. Reflects On Historic Tenure

January 04, 2011



New Health Book For Black Women Released

January 04, 2011



Brooklyn Museum Highlights Black History Month

January 04, 2011



KS College Students Spend Winter Break In Haiti

January 04, 2011



Rutgers Expands Gay Youth Outreach Program

January 04, 2011



African Dance Takes The Stage In Ohio

January 04, 2011



Black AIDS Institute Recaps 2010

January 04, 2011



Knoxville Celebrates 50 Years Of Black Achievement

January 04, 2011

On Jan. 4, 1961, three young African-American students walked the long staircase to the University of Tennessee.


Mothers Influence HPV Vax Decisions

January 04, 2011

A study found that college-aged women were more likely to say they had received the HPV vaccine if they had talked to their mother about it.


Exhibition Explores African And Native American Shared History

January 04, 2011

The exhibition will explore the stories of individuals and groups that highlight the allied and adversarial relationship between blacks and American Indians.


NAACP LAUDS PRISON RELEASES

January 04, 2011



Change In Election Becomes Black-And-White Controversy

January 04, 2011

If the affiliations are left off, a few white voters might not know who was the Democrat, and they might vote for a member of another party.


Puerto Rican Roberto Alomar Makes Hall Of Fame

January 05, 2011



Study: NFL's Rooney Rule Little Help

January 05, 2011



Rights Group: New Congress, New Challenges

January 05, 2011



Vanderbilt to Host Groundbreaking Black Judge

January 05, 2011



Firm Aims To Draw Minorities Into Tax Field

January 05, 2011



WHO IS A CITIZEN?

January 05, 2011



American Legion: Appeal Latin Cross Ruling

January 05, 2011



Girls Explore "Male Careers"

January 05, 2011



Ohio Museum To Honor Jackie Robinson

January 05, 2011

The exhibit honors the legacy and partnership of Branch Rickey, a 1904 OWU graduate, and Jackie Robinson in breaking Major League BaseballÂ’s color barrier.


Lee Passes Black Caucus Gavel

January 05, 2011



Atlanta To Celebrate 25th MLK Day Anniversary

January 05, 2011



New Kitchen Incubator Opens In East Harlem

January 05, 2011



Top 45 Under 45 Women In Law Recognized

January 05, 2011



Ex-Madam Blasts Craigslist Killer Movie

January 05, 2011



Univ. Of Mich To Screen Tuskegee Documentary

January 05, 2011



Earlier Diagnosis Needed Costly Female Disease

January 05, 2011



Louis Gosssett Jr To Keynote 'Keeper Of The Dream' Awards

January 05, 2011

Gossett Jr. will deliver the keynote address for Oakland University's 19th Annual Keeper of the Dream Scholarship Awards celebration.


Veteran Female Astronaut Retires

January 05, 2011



14th Wall Street Project Economic Summit To Meet In NYC

January 05, 2011

The Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Project and the Citizenship Education Fund will host the 14th annual gathering of the Wall Street Economic Summit.


Lambda Legal: 9th Circuit Order Should Prompt Prop 8 Clarification

January 05, 2011

"We hope the California Supreme Court takes up this procedural question about initiatives and believe the federal court's action was entirely reasonable.


Iowan's To Take Part In MLK Nat'l Day Of Service

January 05, 2011



NC Black Caucus Hosts Statewide Health Disparities Summit

January 05, 2011

Currently, North Carolina minority citizens struggle with a higher incidences of uncontrolled diabetes.


"Huck Finn" Republished, Minus N-Word

January 05, 2011



Kennedy Center Ignoring Latinos?

January 05, 2011



Lawmaker Wants Clarification On ICE Program

January 05, 2011



Urban League Hopes To "Get It Right In 2011"

January 05, 2011



Interpreters In High Demand In Health Care

January 06, 2011



Chinese Seniors Fall Victim To Elder Abuse

January 06, 2011



1st Ever Native American TV Channel Coming

January 06, 2011



Small Businesses Like Healthcare Incentives

January 06, 2011



Xavier To Hold Moment Of Silence For Haiti

January 06, 2011



'Fertile Ground' Launches New Outreach For 2011

January 06, 2011



Scholar Discusses Natives And US-Mexican War

January 06, 2011



Hispanic Group Responds To Accusations

January 06, 2011



CHARGE: CT LOTTERY BIAS

January 06, 2011



1st Woman Takes Helm Of Fire Protection Society

January 06, 2011



Reapportionment May Strengthen Latino Vote

January 06, 2011



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

January 06, 2011



Senate Urged To Vote On Renominated Judges

January 06, 2011



Civil Rights Groups Announce Coalition To Protect American Citizenship

January 06, 2011

“For the first time since the end of the Civil War, these legislators want to pass state laws that would create two tiers of citizens – a modern-day caste system"


Coalition "Disappointed" In Davis Withdrawl

January 06, 2011



1st Asian Pacific Judge Nominated To MA Supreme Court

January 06, 2011

Justice Duffly is currently an Associate Justice for the Massachusetts Court of Appeals, where she has served for almost eleven years.


MI Civil Rights Commission To Hold Bullying Forum

January 06, 2011



Roland Martin To Keynote NC MLK Program

January 06, 2011



Rights Groups Laud Same Sex Marriage Opinion By NM Atty. General

January 06, 2011

"This is good step in the right direction and a happy day for all New Mexicans," said Jennifer Burns of Just New Mexico.


Black Memorabilia Show Comes To DC

January 06, 2011



Are African Americans Prepared For The Future?

January 06, 2011

Minority students that do excel and go on to pursue math and science degrees in higher education do so in small numbers.


Budget Cutbacks Cripple Minority Fellowships

January 06, 2011



Progress Made On Drop-Out Rates

January 06, 2011



ACLU Has High Hopes For New Congress

January 06, 2011



GA Dentistry Board Proposal May Harm Vulnerable

January 06, 2011



AG Announces $700K For WI Tribes

January 06, 2011



Racial Changes In New Orleans

January 06, 2011



Urban League CEO To Deliver MLK Day Address

January 07, 2011



Group Denounces 'Anti-Citizenship" Bill

January 07, 2011



Latinos Provide Medical Care To Church Workers

January 07, 2011



Students To Stage MLK Rally In Times Square

January 07, 2011



Haiti's Children: One Year Later

January 07, 2011



Coalition Asks Court To Block Parts Of AZ LAW

January 07, 2011



Cherokee Heritage Center Publishes '11 Events

January 07, 2011



Black Professor: Tweaking Twain's "Huck Finn" OK

January 07, 2011



CLOSER LOOK AT REAPPORTIONMENT

January 07, 2011



Grant Increases Diversity Of Future Life Science Researchers

January 07, 2011

URM is designed to broaden participation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and members of other groups historically underrepresented in science.


Women Left Behind In Slow Economic Recovery?

January 07, 2011

"“The economic recovery is sluggish at best, but women are being largely shut out of it."


Urban League Comments On Newest Unemployment Report

January 07, 2011

NUL’s State of Urban Jobs site gives a breakdown about the monthly employment report with stats for Blacks, Whites and Latinos.


Can Obama And CBC Pull Together?

January 07, 2011



"Macho Man" Study Yields Startling Results

January 07, 2011



Strong Support For Teen Pregnancy Programs

January 07, 2011



2010's Best Black Non-Fiction Books Named

January 07, 2011



City Could Get 1st Asian-American Leader

January 07, 2011



Dr. Brings Fitness To DC Area Charter Schools

January 07, 2011



Urban Inst. Names Female Policy Director

January 07, 2011



Death Of Rights Activist Katherine Kelly Mourned

January 07, 2011



Author Wants Fellow Blacks To Look In The Mirror

January 07, 2011



NJ Gov Signs Nation's Toughest Anti-Bullying Law

January 07, 2011



Aaron Key To Bringing Civil Rights Game To ATL

January 07, 2011



Fallout Continues Over Juan Williams Firing

January 07, 2011



US Implements Help Haiti Act

January 07, 2011

This new law authorizes USCIS to grant lawful permanent resident status to certain orphaned children from Haiti.


Haitian Women Live In Constant Fear

January 07, 2011



PGA Increases Diversity Efforts

January 07, 2011



Black Conservatives Condemn "Playing Of Race Card"

January 07, 2011

Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are condemning Dean's lack of decorum and his simplistic interpretation of the historic midterm elections.


Bill To Recognize Lumbee Tribe Introduced

January 07, 2011



Call Renewed For Equal Rights Amendment

January 07, 2011



Groups Fight Deportations To Haiti

January 07, 2011



Children's Advocate: Health Reform Under Threat

January 10, 2011



Newswoman Brings Cancer Story To Notre Dame

January 10, 2011



Church Leaders Condemn Moves To Repeal Birthright Citizenship

January 10, 2011

“We’re going to need a movement—a movement similar to the civil rights movement of the 1960s and late ‘50s by Dr. King.”


Final Report On Haiti Election Released

January 10, 2011



WHO IS THE TUCSON TERRORIST?

January 10, 2011



School Based Eye Care Outreach Program Begins In Chicago

January 10, 2011

The clinic at CPS is a community-based program and the first known model to deliver eye care services year round within a school system.


Indian Country TV Taps Media Veterans

January 10, 2011



American Library Assoc. Announces Coretta Scott King Literary Award Winners

January 10, 2011

The awards recognize of outstanding books for children and young adults.


Hispanic Chamber Headed To FL For Convention

January 10, 2011



Lambda Legal Announces New HIV Project Head

January 10, 2011



New Research Focuses On Diversity In Teacher Ed.

January 10, 2011



Study Provides Insight Into Racial Disparities In Breast Cancer

January 10, 2011

Study suggestes that the nature of the kinds of cancer they develop may be one factor in the worse survival of African American women with breast cancer.


Digital Media Scholarship Offered For Minorities

January 10, 2011



17th Century Spanish Plays Catalog To Expand

January 10, 2011



Minority Marketing Firm Names Female President

January 10, 2011



Latina Named To Emerging Scholar's Class

January 10, 2011



Indiana University Announces MLK Events

January 10, 2011



Bowie State ROTC Mentors Baltimore Students

January 10, 2011



Black Prolife Movement Gains Momentum, Support

January 10, 2011



Black Social Analyst Comments On AZ Shooting

January 10, 2011



Sec. Sebilius Highlights MLK Week At Howard

January 10, 2011



Group's 2011 Focus In Haiti: Safe Housing, Jobs

January 10, 2011



SBA Hosts 3 Day Lenders Conference

January 10, 2011



Rutger's Distinction For Rights Activist

January 10, 2011



Class of '67 To Reflect On Desegregating GA School

January 10, 2011



Library Of Congress Gift Includes Holiday, Armstrong

January 10, 2011

Library’s largest musical gift features Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong & others.


THE KING DREAM AND BLACK KIDS

January 11, 2011



DC Readies For Social Justice Policy Summit

January 11, 2011



Hand-Tooled Artwork Recall Pre-Civil Rights South

January 11, 2011



Black Artist Showcases 'Story Quilts"

January 11, 2011



U.S. Chamber Announces Latino Partnership

January 11, 2011



Famed Black Author Toni Morrison Visits Rutgers

January 11, 2011



Plan Your MLK Day Of Service

January 11, 2011



Will Auto Subprime Lending Be The Next Home Loan Crisis?

January 11, 2011

History and data shows us that it is when subprime lending turns into predatory lending is when it has an economic impact on ALL minority families.


Women's Health Symposium Set For Feb. 1

January 11, 2011



NAACP Offers Thoughts, Prayers To AZ Victims

January 11, 2011



Gays Embrace Going Green

January 11, 2011



Gala To Honor Leaders In Legal Diversity

January 11, 2011



Research: Black Men Avoid Visits To Doctor

January 11, 2011



Race And Beyond In AZ

January 11, 2011



Adult Medicaid Coverage Lags, Kids OK

January 11, 2011



Yale Celebrates Legacy Of Reverend King

January 11, 2011



NYC St. Patrick's Cathedral To Mark Haiti Earthquake Anniversary

January 11, 2011

Bishop Sansarick will pay tribute to the victims, their families, the countless thousands who have been rendered homeless, widows and orphans by this devastation.


Americans Unite In MLK Day Of Service

January 11, 2011



Black Pro-Lifers Rally In NYC

January 11, 2011



Minorities Suffer Higher Mortgage Rates In OH

January 11, 2011



Xavier Hosts MLK Week For Peace

January 11, 2011

When the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday was first observed in 1986, local university officials from Xavier and Tulane Universities came together.


7yr Sentence For Former Hip Hop Artist Of The Year

January 11, 2011

Nathan Burk a.k.a. "Kenny Mack" has recorded a number of albums and was named the Artist of the Year at the West Coast Hip Hop Awards in 2009.


Civil Rights Influence, Movement Explored In Utah

January 11, 2011



Book Lends Humor To Racial Identity Issue

January 11, 2011



"Women On The Move" Comes To Atlanta

January 11, 2011



WNBA 'Dream' Owner To Keynote Conference

January 11, 2011



Plan Your MLK Day Of Service

January 12, 2011



Community Leaders Commit To Confront Black Children's Crisis

January 12, 2011

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Lawmaker Wants Haiti Election Voided

January 12, 2011



BLACK MALES SEEK EQUALITY

January 12, 2011



Constitution Center Hosts MLK Day Events

January 12, 2011



Widow Of Jackie Robinson To Be Honored

January 12, 2011



Endowment To Advance MLK Principles Of Equality

January 12, 2011



Report: State Of Homelessness In America

January 12, 2011



"Navajo Songbird" Named Debut Artist Of The Year

January 12, 2011

Yes this year was the "Nammys" next time it may be the "Grammys.


Will Digital Divide Impede Health Disparities Progress?

January 12, 2011

The benefit of technology may disproportionately fall to top health care facilities, and as a result, health disparities between rich and poor and between different races


Black Athletes Don't Get Fair Shake According Fans

January 12, 2011

A racial divide still remains among fans about the extent to which African-Americans enjoy equal opportunities in sports.


ESPN Launches Spanish Content Hub

January 12, 2011



Miss. Gov Makes Civil Rights Museum Proposal

January 12, 2011



Urban League Lauds President's Picks

January 12, 2011



TX Firms Honored For Building Diversity

January 12, 2011



Alvin Ailey Dance Theater Returns To Atlanta

January 12, 2011



1st Native Appointed To CA Board Of Ed.

January 12, 2011



NAACP Continues Haiti Outreach Efforts

January 12, 2011



MUSICA Festival To Honor Dr. King

January 12, 2011



Billboard Claims: Black Children Endangered

January 12, 2011



CA Council Builds Minority Business Capacity

January 12, 2011



Obama Marks Haiti Earthquake Anniversary

January 12, 2011



BET Gears Up 2011 Honors

January 12, 2011



Asian-Pacific Scholarship Program Begins

January 12, 2011



Treasury Dept. Reaffirms Commitment To Haiti

January 12, 2011



US Park Chief Whistle-Blower Gets Her Job Back

January 12, 2011



Conference Mission: Preserve Gospel Legacy

January 12, 2011



LA Will Host Minority Leadership Seminar

January 12, 2011



CA AG Honors Black Labor Activism

January 12, 2011



Hutchinson Report Expands Market Base

January 12, 2011



Stars Come Out For NYC Peace Week

January 12, 2011



NAACP Image Award Nominees Announced

January 13, 2011



BLACK COLLEGE MONEY SKILLS

January 13, 2011



Black Journalists Roll Out Red Carpet

January 13, 2011



Texas Tech To Host Women In Higher Ed Confab

January 13, 2011



PBS Announces Black History Month Schedule

January 13, 2011



Equality Group To Ring NYSE Friday's Opening Bell

January 13, 2011



Equality Activist Honored With Foundation

January 13, 2011



Nation's 1st Paid Family Leave Program Hailed

January 13, 2011



Health Report Shows Progress, Equity Challenges

January 13, 2011



"Afro-Daddy" Issues $100M Challenge

January 13, 2011



Haiti Dominates Earthquake 2010 Fatalities

January 13, 2011



Latinos Praise Economic Council Appointment

January 13, 2011



Groups Unite To Reduce Native Cancer Disparities

January 13, 2011



Plan Your MLK Day Of Service

January 13, 2011



Environmental Injustice Persists For Minorities

January 13, 2011



Some Colleges Hold Past Against Student's Future

January 13, 2011



Controversy Over Civil Rights Center Location

January 13, 2011



NAACP LDF Puts LA Sec Of State On Notice

January 13, 2011

The letter calls on Schedler and the agencies to take corrective action necessary to bring Louisiana into compliance with federal voting law.


Series Collaboration Highlights Africa's Diversity

January 13, 2011



Report: Children Suffer When Parents Are In Prison

January 13, 2011



WA Takes Next Steps Against Human Trafficking

January 13, 2011



Feds Keep The Heat On For Struggling Americans

January 13, 2011



House Republicans Remove "Civil Rights", "Labor" From Committee Names

January 13, 2011

This is not the first time that the Education and Labor Committee has been renamed.


Program Delivers Tax Refunds To Low Income Americans Faster

January 13, 2011

“This innovative card can be used for everyday financial transactions, such as receiving wages by direct deposit."


Race Discrimination Surpassed By Disability Bias

January 13, 2011



Haitians Take To The Streets In NYC

January 13, 2011

To mark the first anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti demonstrators took to the streets in New York City.


GLAAD Decries Radio Airtime For "Hate Group"

January 13, 2011



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

January 13, 2011



Immigrant Women Home After Bar Raid

January 13, 2011



Long Term Relief Effort Continues In Haiti

January 13, 2011



Damage Control After DJ's Haitian Comments

January 13, 2011



LIVE WEBCAST Sunday Supper With MLK

January 14, 2011



LIVE WEBCAST MON: Princeton's King Day

January 14, 2011



Stars Turn Red For Women's Health

January 14, 2011



HUD $$$ Protects Kids From Lead, Home Hazards

January 14, 2011



Civil Rights Museum Marks 20 Year Milestone

January 14, 2011



Plan Your MLK Day Of Service

January 14, 2011



Seven Honored At MLK Awards Breakfast In AZ

January 14, 2011



DFW Head Resigns Amid Black Scholarship Scandal

January 14, 2011



41yr Vet Of PA Civil Rights Office Retires

January 14, 2011



"Grand Dame Of Southern Cooking" Honored

January 14, 2011



Study: Women Less Interested In Jobs Where Competition Determines Pay

January 14, 2011

Men are more likely than women to seek jobs in which competition affects pay, a preference that might help explain pay differences between the two.


Activists: Stability In Haiti Requires New Elections

January 14, 2011



Retired SBA Contractor Cites Lack Of Accountability

January 14, 2011

His battle is with what he calls the “Wall Street money contractors” that discriminate against African Americans like him in the construction trades.


Poll: Americans See Progress Since King's Death

January 14, 2011



Tax Program For "Unbanked" Lauded

January 14, 2011



2 Weeks Of MLK Events On Tap At Univ. Virginia

January 14, 2011



Minority Caucus Leader Offers Advice For NY Gov

January 14, 2011



Yale To Host 1st Black American Pulitzer Winner

January 14, 2011



Braves, Phillies To Play Civil Rights Game

January 14, 2011



King Holiday Weekend Celebration

January 14, 2011



NFL Player Lockout Addressed At MLK Breakfast

January 14, 2011



Al Sharpton Announces MLK Weekend Events

January 14, 2011



Report Criticizes PA's Zero Tolerance Policy

January 14, 2011



Starbucks Workers Celebrate MLK Day Victory

January 14, 2011



GA SCLC To Re-enact Albany Movement March

January 14, 2011



Pitt Hosts "Asia Over Lunch" Series

January 14, 2011



STATE OF THE DREAM: UGH!

January 14, 2011



Nat'l Park Service Marks 82nd Birthday of Dr. King

January 14, 2011

The event is titled, “The Relevancy of the King Legacy in the 21st Century: A Conversation with Dr. Clayborne Carson”.


Black Conservatives Condemn Efforts To Curtail Free Speech

January 14, 2011

"Those who use the Arizona tragedy as anything more than a reason to pray, ... to stand united in humanity and love are acting as tools of evil."


Health Reform Vote Concerns Minority Groups

January 18, 2011



NOW Backs Chicago Mayor Candidate

January 18, 2011



Latinos: Atty Priorities Should Include Education

January 18, 2011



CA Homeowners: "Don't Foreclose On My Dream"

January 18, 2011



Carolina Panthers Hire Hispanic Head Coach

January 18, 2011

"It's been 16 years since a Latino headed an NFL team and it's time that the league and advertisers recognize the influence of 25 million Hispanic sports fans.


"Sunday Supper" Begins Year Of Service

January 18, 2011



Cultural Heritage Plays Key Role For Black Travelers

January 18, 2011

The African American Traveler study outlines the travel habits and preferences of African American travelers.


Harlem Arts Honors Their Own

January 18, 2011



Haiti Border Trade Crippled By Cholera

January 18, 2011



NJ Approves 23 New Charter Schools

January 18, 2011



Supreme Court Rejects Anti-Gay Marriage Appeal

January 18, 2011



Change Of Gender Birth Certs. Lauded In CA

January 18, 2011



Anti-Gang Bill To Receive Public Hearing

January 18, 2011



BLACKS BLAST FCC

January 18, 2011



Dates Set For Native American Film Festival

January 18, 2011



Feds Publish Plans To Increase Asian Govt. Access

January 18, 2011

"The agency plans are part of the Administration's commitment to assure that all Americans have a seat at the table," said U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.


Groups Call For Arrest For Ex- Haitian President

January 18, 2011



Black Group Cries Racism Over NPR AZ Segment

January 18, 2011



Black Fraternity Plans To Renovate Haitian School

January 18, 2011

A delegation of brothers, including health and medical professionals, educators and social scientists, journeyed to Haiti on a humanitarian mission.


Book Offers Tips For Blacks With Diabetes

January 18, 2011



Ethnically Diverse Families Demand Better Food

January 18, 2011



25 Most Influential Black US Leaders Named

January 18, 2011



Comedian, ACLU Want You To "Know Your Rights"

January 18, 2011



Black Caucus Chair: The 'Ought' Vs. The 'Is'

January 18, 2011



Study: Whites Resist Workplace Inclusion

January 18, 2011



Black Justice Coalition Makes Healthcare Plea

January 18, 2011



NY Gov. Cuomo Commended For Diversity Goals

January 18, 2011



GLAAD Praises Golden Globe Nominees, Winners

January 18, 2011



Minorities And Gun Control

January 18, 2011



Nat'l Civil Rights Museum Begins 20th Year

January 19, 2011



Gay Families Gain Hospital Visitation Rights

January 19, 2011



GLAAD To Host Panels At Sundance Film Festival

January 19, 2011



Country's 1st Women's College Celebrates 150 Yrs

January 19, 2011



Rights Groups Speak Out On Roe V. Wade Anniv.

January 19, 2011



FBI Touts Successful Gang Enforcement

January 19, 2011



Black Lawmakers Urge Minority Inclusion In AIG Auction

January 19, 2011

A major undertaking of this nature demands the inclusion of a diverse group of investment and banking companies.


Stellar Awards Honors Gospel's Best

January 19, 2011



First Black Scientific Dir Named At Nat'l Inst. Of Health

January 19, 2011

Dr. Coleman has had a long career as a scientist in the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Intramural Research Program.


FED PUSHES DIVERSITY

January 19, 2011



GA Museum Of Art To Reopen Doors

January 19, 2011



Women's Group Lays Out Congressional Agenda

January 19, 2011



Most Hispanics Remain Uninsured

January 19, 2011



Obama Names Appointments To Indian Comission

January 19, 2011



"Poor And Vulnerable" Should Be Priorities For New Congress

January 19, 2011

Dolan hopes the newly elected Congress will advance the common good and defend the life and dignity of all, especially vulnerable and poor persons.


Wyclef Jean Headlines Haitian Journalists Event

January 19, 2011



ACLU Praises Gay Couple's Adoption Completion

January 19, 2011



Hispanic Chamber Lauds Controversial Merger

January 19, 2011



Essence To Honor Black Woman In Music

January 19, 2011



Minority Media Group Expands Vision In 2011

January 19, 2011



Study: Relationship Scales Tip In Favor Of Men

January 19, 2011



Unions Give Asian Workers Advantages

January 19, 2011



VA Tech Receives Nat'l Diversity Recognition

January 19, 2011



Black Church Leaders Call For Support Of Health Care Reform

January 19, 2011

There are several historic provisions that we seek to preserve.


Organization Sets Out To Teach Tolerance

January 19, 2011



Urban League Lays Out Urban Jobs "Blueprint"

January 19, 2011

The National Urban League is proposing a new 12-point Blueprint for Quality Job Creation.


Women's Political Inst. Kicks Off 2012 Training

January 19, 2011



Women In Film LA Holds "Career Rehab" Seminar

January 19, 2011



Appeals Court Upholds TX Race Based Admissions

January 19, 2011



US Engineers Lead Haiti Earthquake Survey Team

January 19, 2011



Rights Groups Fight To Save Health Care Act

January 19, 2011



Stop The Killing Campaign Launched

January 20, 2011

Russell Simmons told a gathering of activists "Peace Week Against Violence" is a call for "all senseless killings and street violence to end.


Minority Supplier Council Optimistic For 2011

January 20, 2011



Tribute For Ebony Icon Planned

January 20, 2011



Bill Cosby Speaks Out For Education Choices

January 20, 2011



ACLU Opposes Anti-Abortion Funding Bill

January 20, 2011



Grammy Foundation Honors Evolution Of Hip-Hop

January 20, 2011



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

January 20, 2011



HUD FIGHTS HOMELESSNESS

January 20, 2011



AG Launches Stalking Awareness Program

January 20, 2011



Harlem Academy Hosts Youth Outreach

January 20, 2011



Minorities Decry Healthcare Repeal

January 20, 2011



Davis, Towns Elected To Oversite Committee

January 20, 2011

"We have elected the finest possible team of public servants, who are ready to do the work of the American people."


Meharry Pres Named To Minority Health Council

January 20, 2011



Leaders Respond To MLK's 'Letter From Birmingham Jail'

January 20, 2011

Church leaders remember with gratitude the sacrifices of the leaders of the civil rights movement, who demonstrated the power of Christian, nonviolent action.


NY DA Launches Juvenile Justice Initiative

January 20, 2011



Appliance Ownership And Working Women Studied

January 20, 2011



Pitt Recognized For Asian Culture Program

January 20, 2011



Wal-Mart Discrimination Suit Could Have Far Reaching Effects

January 20, 2011

“If the Supreme Court were to limit the ability of women to assert their rights as a group, it would be tantamount to closing the courthouse door on women.


UNCF Launches Nat'l Push For Higher Education

January 20, 2011



GLAAD Media Awards Nominees Announced

January 20, 2011



Study: Domestic Violence Persists In Korean Homes

January 20, 2011

The level of violence among Korean families in the New York Korean community is still serious.


Harlem Program Teaches Swimming At School

January 20, 2011



'Black Girl Project' Gets Grand Kick-Off

January 20, 2011



Call For Clarification On DADT Implementation

January 20, 2011



Latinos Unveil PlanTo Protect Social Security

January 20, 2011



Call For Strong Oversight On Comcast-NBC Merger

January 20, 2011



EPA Plan To Protect Tribal Air Quality

January 20, 2011



Health Care Repeal "Will Set Indian Country Back"

January 20, 2011



Study: Religious Restrictions Risk Women's Health

January 20, 2011



Atlanta Senator Gives "Biased Report" An "F"

January 20, 2011



Surgeon Gen Supports Breastfeeding Women

January 20, 2011



Texting System To Aid Treatment Of Hypertension In Blacks

January 21, 2011

One of the most exciting things is that we are leveraging a communication device that is already thoroughly integrated into people’s daily lives.


Women's Tribal Task Force Announced

January 21, 2011



Report: How Communities Of Color Are Faring

January 21, 2011



Latino GOP Discuss Immigration Reform At Confab

January 21, 2011



Chinese New Year Celebrations Planned Feb 5

January 21, 2011

Tradition dictates that family and business ties be celebrated the first fifteen days of the lunar new year.


Roe V. Wade, 38 Years Later

January 21, 2011



Haitian Authorities To Launch Abuse Investigation

January 21, 2011



Program Tackles Dental health In US Tribes

January 21, 2011



KING DECLINES TO LEAD SCLC

January 21, 2011



Yale Univ. Names Black Police Chief

January 21, 2011

Yale University President Richard Levin has announced the appointment of Ronnell A. Higgins as Chief of the Yale Police Department.


Punitive, Productive Immigration Legislation Moving in the States

January 21, 2011

States will continue to consider both restrictive and inclusive immigration-related legislation in a broad range of areas.


Verizon Appeals FCC Net Neutrality Order

January 21, 2011



Census Data Paints "Bleak" Outlook For Blacks

January 21, 2011



Harlem Fine Arts Set For Next Month

January 21, 2011



Notre Dame President Receives Diversity Honor

January 21, 2011



SCLC Back On Track Post Scandal

January 21, 2011



Ethnic Communities In Jeopardy Over Hospital Closings

January 21, 2011

The struggle of lower-income people, he continued, “will escalate as the health care crisis worsens.


Professor Under Fire For Parenting "Asian Style"

January 21, 2011



Reagan "No Friend To Blacks"

January 21, 2011



Adopted As Infant, Korean Faces Deportation

January 21, 2011



Analysts Look To AZ To Gauge Immigration Course

January 21, 2011



More Female Science Professors Needed

January 21, 2011



Hispanic Leadership Group Kicks Off 10 City Tour

January 21, 2011



Bias Alleged At NYC Bar

January 21, 2011



Music Producer Gives Back To At Risk Youth

January 21, 2011



Latinos Target Hate Speech In Media

January 21, 2011



HUD Strengthens Equal Housing Regs

January 21, 2011



Whistleblower Blasts "100 Black Men" Org

January 21, 2011



Race Affects Weight Counseling For Obese

January 21, 2011



Latinos At Higher Risk On Construction Sites

January 24, 2011



Black Pianist Salutes Black History Month

January 24, 2011



Gay Alumni Gather For Homecoming

January 24, 2011



President Honors Mentors In STEM Field

January 24, 2011



Tribes Allocated Education Funding

January 24, 2011



Latina Leadership Group Selects 2011 Fellows

January 24, 2011



New Panel Holds Key To Minority Political Power

January 24, 2011

A powerful new governmental body has quietly begun a task that will have far-reaching consequences for the rights of minority voters throughout California.


Why Asians Must Get Involved In CA Redistricting

January 24, 2011



Spotlight On Violence Against Women In US

January 24, 2011



School Choice Week "Sounds Alarm For Reform"

January 24, 2011



MINORITY FEMALE POVERTY DOUBLES

January 24, 2011



Montgomery Bar Selects First Black President

January 24, 2011



Keeping HBCUs Relevant

January 24, 2011



Dr.'s Gather For 42nd Meeting On Women's Cancer

January 24, 2011

As the Society's premier educational event, the meeting also provides an important forum for the exchange of ideas.


Civic Leaders Talk 'School Choice' In NC

January 24, 2011



DC Slated To Host Hispanic Legislative Summit

January 24, 2011



Rights Group Rates Companies On Equality

January 24, 2011



NYC Opera Honors Pioneering Black Singer

January 24, 2011



Fight Against Gun Violence

January 24, 2011

“The time has clearly come to finally fulfill the intent of the common sense gun law passed after the 1968 assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr."


NYC Film Festival Kicks Off Black History Month

January 24, 2011



Alveda King: Planned Parenthood Lies About MLK

January 24, 2011

“Sometimes I wonder if Planned Parenthood will ever get tired of lying about my Uncle Martin,” said Dr. King.


Haiti Unrest Cancels "Night Of Solidarity"

January 24, 2011



Latin Job Fair Kicks Off In Houstn

January 24, 2011



NJ Continues MLK "25 Days Of Service"

January 24, 2011



Survey: Why Blacks Leave Public Accounting

January 24, 2011



Discrimination Alleged Against HSBC Bank

January 24, 2011



Civil Rights Inst. Hosts Desegregated Class Of '67

January 24, 2011



Black Chef Grabbing Mainstream Attention

January 24, 2011



Black Rights Group Defends Birthright Citizenship

January 24, 2011



Race Forum Works To Move Forward

January 24, 2011



Earl Ofari Hutchinson

January 25, 2011



Joint Center For Political And Economic Studies

January 25, 2011



Congressman Charles Rangel

January 25, 2011



State Of The Union

January 25, 2011



Black Film Festival In Its 15th Year

January 25, 2011



"The Kids Are All Right" Gets Oscar Nods

January 25, 2011

The movie, which is about a family headed by a same-sex couple, was nominated for: Best Picture, Best Actress (Annette Bening), Best Supporting Actor (Mark Ruffalo).


Report Unequal Opportunity = Unequal Results

January 25, 2011

“There are two education systems in this state. Not public-private. One for the rich and one for the poor and they are both public systems.


Mobile Healthcare Improves Minority Outcomes

January 25, 2011



Chicago Urban League Hosts Mayoral Forum

January 25, 2011



State Of Indian Nations Address Thursday

January 25, 2011



Study: Women Outperform Men In Congress

January 25, 2011



Women Under-Represented In MD Govt.

January 25, 2011



Tribute To Man Who Fought Discrimination In Military

January 25, 2011

Few people know or have any clue as to the challenges, abilities, courage and leadership he exhibited during his incredible career.


Women Of Power Summit Set For Feb

January 25, 2011



Journalist Challenges "Keep King's Dream Alive"

January 25, 2011



Forum To Discuss Racial Understanding Of Today

January 25, 2011



Spelman Exhibit Explores Race, Gender, Heritage

January 25, 2011



ALL ABOUT THE STATE OF THE UNION

January 25, 2011



Project 21

January 25, 2011



AZ Series Spotlights American Indian Writers

January 25, 2011



SPLC: Nativist Laws Inflame Racial Tension

January 25, 2011



Hispanic Seniors Forgo Flu Vax

January 25, 2011



Author Explores 200 Years Of Black Inventors

January 25, 2011



Haiti Banking Gets Transformation

January 25, 2011



SBA Grants Deliver Jobs

January 25, 2011



UC San Diego Hosts Teaching Diversity Forum

January 25, 2011



Top 10 Corp. Minority Intern Providers Named

January 25, 2011



DOJ Combats Prison Rape

January 25, 2011



"Equality State" Votes Against Gay Marriage

January 25, 2011



Alvin Ailey Begins 50th Year Celebration Tour

January 25, 2011

Among the tour’s premieres, is the brand new ballet Anointed, Christopher L. Huggins’ tribute to Ailey’s past, present and future.


What Do Blacks Think About Obama?

January 25, 2011



Justice Thomas Amends Disclosure Forms

January 25, 2011

In a document stamped "self-initiated amendment," Thomas wrote that the omissions were made as a result of a "misunderstanding of the filing instructions."


Freedom Breakfast Set For New Date

January 25, 2011



Hispanic Leadership Agenda

January 26, 2011



January 26, 2011

President Obama's State of the Union message is getting mixed reviews today from a wide-range of of minority groups
See Round-Up Below:


January 26, 2011



National Urban League

January 26, 2011



NAACP

January 26, 2011



OBAMA GETS MIXED REACTIONS

January 26, 2011



Black Women Speak Out On Abortion Bilboards

January 26, 2011



US Threatens To Cut Off Aid To Haiti

January 26, 2011



Big Brothers/Big Sisters Backs First Lady's Mentoring Program

January 26, 2011

Big Brothers Big Sisters offers specific ways corporations can support quality mentoring to set children on a positive path.


Latina Style Announces Conference Date

January 26, 2011



100 Gay Men Hosts Intergenerational Event

January 26, 2011



Former NAACP Leader Heads MLK Celebration

January 26, 2011



Black History At Detroit Institute Of Arts

January 26, 2011



National Immigration Forum

January 26, 2011



Congressional Hispanic Caucus

January 26, 2011



Project 21

January 26, 2011



Congresswoman Barbara Lee

January 26, 2011



Campaign For High School Equity

January 26, 2011



Black AIDS Institute

January 26, 2011



Urban Stages Honors Musical Legends

January 26, 2011



Study: Black Men Say Dr Visits Often A Bad Experience

January 26, 2011

A majority of African American men said they do not go to the doctor because visits are stressful and physicians don't give adequate information.


Notification Process In Indian Trust Settlement To Begin

January 26, 2011

The Settlement resolves claims related to Individual Indian Money accounts and land held in trust by the federal government for the benefit of individual Indians.


FBI Black Homicide Rates 3 Times Nat'l Rate

January 26, 2011



Group Says Vouchers Would Undermine Civil Rights, Liberties

January 26, 2011

This proposal would add to the federal budget deficit while subsidizing schools that indoctrinate and discriminate in hiring.


Immigration Group Urges Comprehensive Reform

January 26, 2011



Report: Shows Support For Gays

January 26, 2011



Al Sharpton Criticized Over Abortion Remarks

January 26, 2011



Ballet Hispanico Opens New Season

January 26, 2011



Rights Coalition Calls For 'Vigorous Leadership'

January 26, 2011



FCC Conditions In NBC-Comcast Merger Blasted

January 26, 2011



Green Zones = Jobs For Communities Of Color

January 26, 2011



Urban Hope Works With Atlanta Small Businesses

January 26, 2011



Atlanta Small Business Conference Set For March

January 26, 2011



Cornell Promotes Global Civil, Human Rights Leadership

January 26, 2011

She worked side-by-side with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. - the only woman on his executive staff - until his assassination in 1968.


NYC Bar Study Sees Local Firms Slip In Diversity

January 26, 2011



1st Black Undergrad Leads Diversity Panel

January 26, 2011



Racial Stereotyping Found In Death Certificates

January 26, 2011



Group Wants Local Preference In CA Contracts

January 27, 2011

In underserved communities where the jobless rate is between 21% and 45%, it makes no sense for the county to award multimillion dollar contracts to outside companies.


BLACKS FOCUS ON 14th AMENDMENT

January 27, 2011



Top Rated TV Programs Among Blacks

January 27, 2011



Huck Finn N-Word Controversy Justified?

January 27, 2011



SBA Focuses On Underserved Communities

January 27, 2011



Cornell West To Keynote CA Black History Event

January 27, 2011



Cherokee Nation Publishes Cultural Events

January 27, 2011



FBI Celebrates Legacy Of Civil Rights Division

January 27, 2011



Black Gymnast To Keynote Women In Sports Dinner

January 27, 2011

Dominique Dawes, U.S. Olympic gold medalist, will deliver the keynote address at the annual National Girls and Women in Sport Day Dinner.


Study: Could Cleanliness Be Hurting Girls?

January 27, 2011

The link between increased hygiene and sanitation and higher rates of asthma, allergies and autoimmune disorders is known as the “hygiene hypothesis.


HBCU Filmmaker Contest Winners Announced

January 27, 2011



Anti-Gay Group Removes "Real Love" Video From Site

January 27, 2011

In spite of the fact that HRC’s video was posted on the Institute’s website, it was removed an hour later


Sickle Cell News Round-Up

January 27, 2011



NOW: Looks Forward to 'Sputnik Moment'

January 27, 2011



Obama Praised For Rights Commission Pick

January 27, 2011



Birmingham Civil Rights Inst. Tackles Apartheid

January 27, 2011



Minority Group To Harry Reid: Lay Off Obama

January 27, 2011



Policy Center Previews Immigration Enforcement

January 27, 2011



Women In Media Partners For Student Scholarship

January 27, 2011



Black History Month At The Apollo

January 27, 2011



Haiti Cholera Deaths Stabilizing

January 27, 2011



Study: HIV Outcomes Worse For Minorities

January 27, 2011



Gay Marriage Support Growing In NY

January 27, 2011



Diversity Think-Tank Names New Chairman

January 27, 2011



ACLU Calls For Suspension Of Haitian Deportations

January 27, 2011



Obesity Continues To Plague Blacks

January 27, 2011



NASCAR Announces Drive For Diversity Line-up

January 27, 2011

This year, the D4D initiative looks to build upon its success in 2010. Ten drivers will participate in the 2011 Drive for Diversity Program.


Suicide Crisis For NY Latinas

January 27, 2011



BET And The Black TV Audience

January 27, 2011



Gene Protects Blacks From Coronary Disease

January 27, 2011



Physician, Patient Disparities Linked

January 27, 2011



Dr Angelou Host Black History Month Radio Show

January 28, 2011

As Maya Angelou receives the President's Medal of Freedom, she will host her first-ever public radio program.


State Of Indian Nation: Optimistic

January 28, 2011



Breast Exam Info Made Available In Navajo

January 28, 2011



NEW BLACK PANTHER CONTROVERSY

January 28, 2011



Spanish Language Soap Focuses On Obesity

January 28, 2011



Activists: Speed Up DADT Repeal Implementation

January 28, 2011



Activist Proposes Cell Phone "Black-Out Day"

January 28, 2011



Black Caucus Focuses On Budget

January 28, 2011



Book Highlights Minority Women Entrepreneurs

January 28, 2011



Single HBCU Joins Science Education Alliance

January 28, 2011



Return Of DC School Vouchers Praised

January 28, 2011



NY Schools Chief's Birth Control Joke Offends

January 28, 2011



Obama's Sr. Advisor: Blacks Growing Impatient

January 28, 2011



10% Of Black Students Measure Up In Science

January 28, 2011



Geneticists Want Ignored Ethnic Groups Included

January 28, 2011



Research Explores Racial Differences In Corporal Punishment

January 28, 2011

Hispanic fathers were significantly less likely to engage heavy corporal punishment than white fathers.


High Male Minority Incarceration Linked To Lower Dropout Rate

January 28, 2011

The findings are surprising, he said, as they contradict both liberal and conservative views as well as current public policy initiatives.


Survey Reveals One Area's Commitment To Diversity

January 28, 2011

"The survey results show a strong and durable commitment by parents to desegregated schools."


Ugandan Rights Activist Murdered

January 28, 2011

In the weeks preceding David Kato’s murder in Uganda, five members of the LGBT community in Honduras were also murdered.


Suspensions Of Blacks Spike In NYC Schools

January 28, 2011



"I Am Equal" Shines Light On Human Rights

January 28, 2011



Film Highlights Black Woman's Execution

January 28, 2011



Transportation Changes "Good For Minorities"

January 28, 2011



Cemetery Discover Concerns Native Americans

January 28, 2011



MALDEF Decries Proposal To Amend Constitution

January 28, 2011



Group: Mass Deportations Will Cost Billions

January 28, 2011



Interior Dept. Bolsters Plan For Indian Nations

January 28, 2011



Black Pastors Speak Out Against Fluoride In Water

January 28, 2011



CA Trying To Recruit, Retain Black Doctors

January 28, 2011



BLACK HISTORY MONTH

January 31, 2011



Hawaii Senate Approves Civil Unions

January 31, 2011



Alabama State Univ. Announces Schedule

January 31, 2011



Obama Changes Stance on Drugs

January 31, 2011



Gender Bias Alleged At Tech Giant

January 31, 2011



"RACE IN THE AGE OF OBAMA"

January 31, 2011



$55M Plan To Improve Charlotte's West Corridor Grad Rates Unveiled

January 31, 2011

An extensive outreach program is also planned to engage community and business leaders, faith communities and others.


CA Remembers Asian Civil Liberties Activist

January 31, 2011



Study Breaks Down CA Homicide Rates

January 31, 2011

Overall, black victims were killed at a rate more than 14 times higher than white victims.


Beyonce's Dad Becomes HBCU Fisk Trustee

January 31, 2011



Pioneering Female Captain Docks In L.A.

January 31, 2011

Danish-born Inger Olsen made history on 1 December 2010 by becoming Cunard Line’s first female Captain in its 171-year history of sailing luxury cruise vacations.


Supreme Court Expands Anti-Retaliation Law

January 31, 2011



LULAC To Honor Its 'Champions'

January 31, 2011



Harlem Advocates Head To NY Capitol

January 31, 2011



Civil Rights Songs On The "B Side"

January 31, 2011

The recent discovery “tells us that the gospel community was much more involved in the civil rights movement than we previously thought.


IL Gov Signs Civil Unions Bill

January 31, 2011



SCLC Begins Financial Literacy Outreach In Detroit

January 31, 2011



Redemption For Micheal Vick?

January 31, 2011



States Push To Increase College Completion Rates

January 31, 2011



WNBA Celebrates Girls And Women In Sports Day

January 31, 2011



Does Women's Sex Appeal Diminish Credibility?

January 31, 2011



Interior To Update Regs On Tribal Oil Valuation

January 31, 2011



Houston's Black Chamber Expands Reach

January 31, 2011



'Project Impact' Kicks Off At Spelman

January 31, 2011



Be The Match Program

January 31, 2011



Highlighting Black Innovators

January 31, 2011



New Book Looks At Social Welfare Policy

January 31, 2011



Little Known Stories Of Blacks And The Civil War

January 31, 2011



Nat'l Prayer Breakfast Brings China To The Table

January 31, 2011



Black Talent Agent Sues William Morris

January 31, 2011



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