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Hundreds of African immigrants have been evacuated from a town in Southern Italy, after some of the worst racial violence in that country since World War II. The evacuations began yesterday, following three days of clashes in the town of Rosarno. Host Michel Martin speaks with John Hooper, the Italy correspondent for the Guardian for [...]
WASHINGTON â€” Is a double standard going on in the Senate? To some Republicans, there’s a clear double standard in the reactions to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s racially insensitive remarks and to those of Trent Lott, who was forced out as Senate majority leader in 2002 after saying that the country might have been [...]
ABUJA, Nigeria – The alleged attempt by a Nigerian man to detonate a bomb on a U.S.-bound flight has frayed Nigeria’s diplomatic ties with its number one buyer of oil: the U.S. Nigerian Foreign Minister Ojo Maduekwe said that the country does not want to alienate its “traditional partners,” but when the U.S. Transportation Security [...]
The African Cup of Nations kicked off on Sunday January 10 despite some calls for it to be cancelled after the Togo team bus was attacked by gunmen. Check out the African Cup of Nations schedule and results table with Soccer 365. After the attack of the team bus the Togo national team decided to [...]
A report commissioned by BET and based on U.S. Census Bureau data, shows that African-Americans are both better off financially and more suburban than previously thought, Todd Wasserman and Noreen O’Leary report. “African-Americans in 2010″ also finds that the black population is growing 34% faster than the population as a whole, is younger, and tends [...]
The African American Museum in Philadelphia will be open to the public for free this coming Monday, Martin Luther King Day, thanks to a grant from a local bank.
TRENTON — Sheila Oliver became New Jersey’s first black female Assembly Speaker this afternoon at a swearing-in ceremony at the Trenton War Memorial near the Statehouse.
Poll: African-Americans much more upbeat in Obama era WASHINGTON â€” Despite a recession that’s disproportionately affected their community, African-Americans are dramatically more upbeat about their progress in this country than at any time during the past quarter century, according to a new Pew Research Center poll. Barack Obama’s election as the nation’s first African-American president [...]
I started working at BLACK ENTERPRISE right out of graduate school during the summer of 2008. During that time, small business editor, Tennille Robinson, was working on rolling out a special feature titled BE Next. Articles would highlight 21 to 35-year-olds making a mark on the global economy. After hearing her speak so passionately about [...]