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  • In These Times of Racial Hatred and Divide, Time to be a Superhero
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: The Huffington Post

    The Huffington Post reported about a "Superhero" poster that has resurfaced from unclear sources, but more significant is it "serves as an important reminder of what it means to be an American." The article reiterates the timeliness of the message the poster promotes - that of overcoming racial and religious divides: "...given the recent political discourse in this c ...
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  • Silver Lining Behind Dark Clouds of Racism
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: Yahoo News

    One captivating image went viral: that of a black officer helping a white supremacist at the height of a KKK rally protesting the removal of the Confederate flag from the South Carolina Statehouse grounds. According to the news story, it was the powerful image of a black police officer assisting a man wearing a black T-shirt bearing a swastika and struggling in the heat that resonated online. ...
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  • Striking Message of President Obama Eulogy for Slain Pastor
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: CNN

    This is in response to the full text of President Obama's eulogy for the slain pastor, for the Rev. Clementa Pinckney on Friday in Charleston, South Carolina. Below is an excerpt from that monumental speech of the President, in which he defines the significance of the black church: That's what the black church means. Our beating heart. The place where our dignity as a people is inviolate. ...
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  • Gun Ownership Not Solution to Racial Violence
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: Think Progress

    According to the news article, NRA (National Riffle Association) board member Charles Cotton blamed State Senator Clementa Pinckney, and pastor of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, for his own death and those of eighth other victims due to his strong stance against a bill that would have allowed people to carry guns. Cotton's statement which he wrote on TexasCHLForum.com,reads, ...
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  • More Ethnic Diversity in Jobs Needed to Drive Economic Success
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: Cody Enterprise

    The letter to the editor that was published by Cody Enterprises acknowledges the need for more diversity in "jobs across many professions" -- but finally, it ends with a stress on "qualifications for the job of interest and stop the nonsensical disscussion of jobs based on a race percentage. ...
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  • Letting the Past Provide Lessons to Help Poor African Americans
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: In These Times

    The news analysis, "Why Did Ferguson and Baltimore Erupt? Look to the Government-Backed History of Housing Segregation" provides a sad history of class and racial segregation, yet from which hopefully, lessons can be learned in order to remove all vestiges of legally instituted policies of discrimination. An excerpt from the analysis reads,"When the Kerner Commission blamed “w ...
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  • Americans Should Support Diversity Efforts of Business Corporations
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: LinkedIn Pulse

    In an interview with Daniel Roth, Executive Editor at LinkedIn, Howard Schultz, Starbucks'courageous CEO, reveals he is not giving up on his RACE TOGETHER campaign. An excerpt from that interview goes like this: “I mean, we expected there would be criticism,” he (Schultz) says. “We expected that there would be a blowback. I don't think we expected the social media and the Twitter thin ...
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  • Proactive Diversity Measures Needed in Schools
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: CNN

    The Oklahoma University recently expelled two of its students said to be the leaders of the school's chapter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon(SAE)fraternity who were shown in a video chanting racial slurs against African Americans. Immediately after the video went viral and reached the higher-ups, the university cut off its ties with the frat's school chapter, and now has announced it is hiring a VP ...
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  • History Should Honestly Be Taught
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: Raw Story

    Three teachers at the Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science were reportedly fired last week for teaching "too much Black History." According to Raw Story, parents and students said the teachers were let go because they taught about black history beyond what was outlined in the curriculum, and they’re demanding answers from Principal Angelicque Blackmon. “The s ...
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  • Diversity Thrives in Justice and Peace
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: NY Daily News

    The news article says that the grand jury, in connection with the death of a black unarmed man, Eric Garner, who was put on a chokehold, by white police officers, was rigged. “I think they already had their minds made up,” Ramsey Orta told the Daily News a day after the panel voted not to charge NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo with a crime. “I feel like it wasn’t fair at all,” he sai ...
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  • Remarks by Republican Lawmaker on Early Voting Send Negative Signals to Black Community
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: MSNBC

    It was reported that Georgia's Republican lawmaker, Sen. Fran Miller, is opposing early voting Sunday because they’ll primarily benefit African-Americans explaining he “would prefer more educated voters.” His comment that appeared on his Facebook page, according to another news article, goes this way: “Now we are to have Sunday voting at South DeKalb Mall just prior to the election. ...
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  • Immersion in New Cultures Lessens Racial and Cultural Prejudices
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: National Journal

    In an article that recently appeared on National Journal, Charles McKinney, a freelance writer, editor, instructor, and aspiring voice actor who lives in Wilmington, Delaware, shares his experiences of a different kind of diversity in Southeast Asia, where he studied and lived between January 2013 and May 2014. He has just earned a master's degree in media communications from Webster University ...
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  • Race Issue Up with Feed A Child Advert with Black Child Being Fed by a White Woman
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: MailOnline

    MailOnline, as well as other news agencies, reported about an advert by Feed A Child , a charity organization with a mission to end child hunger in South Africa, wherein a black child was depicted being fed like a pet by a rich white woman. Aside from the child being fed in the manner one would feed a hungry dog, the child shown in the advert was black which prompted many to complain it was rac ...
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  • The Internet: A Growing Tool in Job Searching for African Americans Study Reveals
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: Jobs and Career News for African Blacks Blog

    A new study has found that, with the Internet emerging as a credible resource for searching and applying for jobs, African-Americans have come to rely on online job search information sources more than any U.S. racial or ethnic group. In addition, African-Americans are more likely than average “to say the Internet was very important to landing a job,” even while their measures of digital sk ...
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  • Conference teaches students leadership
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: The Daily Reveille

    The LSU, through its Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA), recently hosted its 7th Annual Multicultural Leadership Conference with the aim of teaching students about what it takes to be a leader in an ever-changing world, and also help inculcate in them the value of diversity. This year's event was coordinated by Allan Purcell Jr., graduate assistant of African-American student affairs in the ...
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  • Black managers also a rare breed
    By: NICK PETERS
    News Source: KnoxNews.com

    Baseball celebrated the 60th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the majors' color line Sunday, but it would be difficult to convince African American managerial candidates that significant progress has been made in hiring practices. As the 2007 season begins, merely two - the New York Mets' Willie Randolph and Texas Rangers rookie Ron Washington - manage major-league baseball teams. ...
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  • And then they came for Imus
    By: James Henry Davis

    At first they came... At first the religious leaders came for Howard and Opie and Anthony. I was very offended, I did not speak out, and they took them away. Then the gay leaders came for Laura. She is a woman with a religious belief who made free speech, I did not know the woman, so I said nothing so they took her away. Then the black leaders came for Imus, I liked the show and I w ...
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  • Nappy Headed Hos???
    By: Claire Bretana
    News Source: Media Matters

    On the April 4 edition of MSNBC's Imus in the Morning, host Don Imus referred to the Rutgers University women's basketball team, which is comprised of eight African-American women and two white players, as "nappy-headed hos" immediately after the show's executive producer, Bernard McGuirk, called the team "hard-core hos." Later, former Imus sports announcer Sid Rosenberg, wh ...
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  • Black coaches seek hire calling
    By: Jean-Jacques Taylor
    News Source: Dallas News

    For every sports pioneer, it's not so much the fame his accomplishment brought him, but the opportunities his legacy created for others. See, it's not about Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier 60 years ago. It's about today's major league rosters being filled by players from all nationalities. And it's not about Bill Russell being the NBA's first black coach nearly 40 years ago. It's ...
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  • Barack Obama: The First Black President?
    By: Claire Bretana
    News Source: DiversityWorking.com

    In the critically-acclaimed multi-awarded tv series, "24", we were introduced to the concept of a Black president. Somehow the idea did not seem bad at all. On television, that is. But when reality followed fiction, the public outlook changes and many people were not that supportive of the idea of having an African American sitting in the Oval Office as President. ...
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  • African-American History Month: 'Heroes for All Americans'
    By: Lt. Col. George Farfour, 595th
    News Source: Schriever Air Force Base

    1/29/2007 - SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- February, as African-American History Month, is a time to reflect on the contributions of African-Americans to our country. Though no single article can adequately cover African-American history justly, there are few areas that can rival the vast participation of African-Americans in war. African-Americans came to the aid of their country every ...
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  • Black Super Bowl coaches long time coming
    By: Devin Hicks
    News Source: StatePress.com

    I am normally one of the first people to admit that making an issue about race when it doesn't need to be is annoying. You know what I'm talking about - people who point out the fact that "He was black" or "She's an Asian" when it's not necessary to the conversation. However, I feel the media buzz surrounding the first two black head coaches to reach a Super Bowl is a ...
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  • African American Coaches in Superbowl XLI
    By: Claire Bretana

    African American coaches are a rare species in the National Football League. The hiring process may have been more discriminating than with the college football teams. As far back as 2004 there have already been 5 African American football coaches hired, including Sylvester Croom, the first African American to be hired as football coach in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) which was known fo ...
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  • King's legacy for racial justice includes immigrants
    News Source: InsideBayArea.com

    DR. Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision for a better society included not just African Americans but everyone, every group. It is not hard for us to imagine Dr. King encouraging us to Welcome the Strangers — a teaching from the Judeo Christian tradition to accept newcomers into our communities. He understood that justice is indivisible. His journey in the fight for civil rights took him fro ...
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  • African-American history is integral to U.S. history
    By: LaVerne Franklin - Naples
    News Source: NaplesNews.com

    The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) of Collier County in collaboration with the Collier County Museum is hosting an African-American history series/extravaganza of educational programs that will showcase hundreds of years of historical memorabilia, artifacts and personal paraphernalia. The NAACP and museum offer a revealing look at the lives of some citizen ...
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  • African-American Website Sparks Controversy
    By: Alafaka Opuiyo
    News Source: The Washington Afro-American

    A new site with a controversial name now calls the World Wide Web home. Niggaspace.com, modeled after the popular website, Myspace.com, is not meant to offend anyone, according to the site's creator, an 18-year-old high student from New Jersey named "Tyrone"—not his real name. During a November interview on "The Playhouse," a morning show on 104.5 WSNX, "Tyrone," ...
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  • Workplace diversity aids mission success
    By: Capt. Galynn Hermann, 30th Spa
    News Source: BlackAnthem.com Military News

    Blackanthem Military News, VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- If you are like many military people, you may have never thought about diversity except during one of many briefings we are required to attend. Why is diversity so important to the military? Just think back to your first week in basic training or commissioning source. How many people there looked just like you, talked just like you ...
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  • New 'Survivors' to Be Divided by Race
    By: Claire Bretana
    News Source: AP

    NEW YORK — The new season of "Survivor" will be a race among races. At the start of the reality show's 13th edition, "Survivor: Cook Islands," 20 contestants will be organized into four tribes divided along ethnic lines -- black, white, Hispanic and Asian, CBS announced Wednesday. The tribes, as usual, will merge later in the season, which debuts Sept. 14, the netwo ...
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  • Black cowboys' demise echoes in baseball
    By: Lois Hatton
    News Source: DiversityWorking Sports Articles

    What do the rodeo and baseball have in common? Rich histories of African-American participation that have diminished over the years. In fact, the disappearance of the black cowboy could provide some sobering lessons for baseball - before it's too late. ...
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  • Division of uncivil rights
    By: Derrick Z. Jackson
    News Source: boston.com

    PRESIDENT BUSH bragged last week to the NAACP, "I come from a family committed to civil rights." He said Thurgood Marshall and Martin Luther King Jr. were part of America's "second founding, the civil rights movement." He talked about his recent tour of the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis with the prime minister of Japan. "If you haven't been there, you ought to ...
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  • 'Gangsta lit' poisons black audiences
    By: Commentary by Yolanda Young
    News Source: USAToday Via Yahoo! News

    Gangsta rapper 50 Cent has partnered with MTV/Pocket Books to create graphic novels as explicit as his lyrics: "They say I don't sound like a killer well how a killer sound? I bet I grab a foe pound and back that ass down." (I'm A Hustler 2000). "Fitty" will fit right in to the gangsta lit/ghetto fiction/street lit genre in which venereal disease and automatic handguns ar ...
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  • Bush doesn't measure up to NAACP expectations
    By: Derrick Z. Jackson
    News Source: boston.com

    WASHINGTON - PRESIDENT BUSH broke his boycott of the NAACP by copying the speech he gave to the nation's oldest civil rights group as a candidate in 2000. On Thursday, Bush said: "I understand that many African-Americans distrust my political party. . . . I consider it a tragedy that the party of Abraham Lincoln let go of its historic ties with the African-American community. . . . We n ...
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  • Diversity next door: Rogers Park’s mix of races and ethnicities is a rarity in Chicago neighborhoods
    By: Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz, RedEye
    News Source: chicagotribune.com

    A modest beauty salon on a busy Rogers Park street is a snapshot of what diversity means in this neighborhood. Outside, Salon City’s signs are in Spanish, announcing bargains on cortes de pelo (haircuts). Inside, owner Nighat Jamal, who is Pakistani, leans over a salon chair with a white thread dangling from her mouth, shaping a customer’s eyebrows using a threading technique common in I ...
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  • There’s no easy path to diversity
    By: JASON WHITLOCK, The Kansas Cit
    News Source: The Kansas City Star

    Sometimes I enjoy testing the limits of my right to speak freely. Today is one of those days. Recently, Richard Lapchick, the brains behind the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport, released his report on American newspapers’ progress toward racial and gender diversification of the employees who produce sports sections. The Associated Press Sports E ...
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  • Brain Activity Reflects Complexity Of Responses To Other-race Faces
    By: Harvard University
    News Source: Science Daily

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Psychologists have found that the amygdala, a subcortical region of the brain involved in emotional responses, is associated with a measure of unconscious race bias, especially when responding to faces presented subliminally. Their research also indicates that other higher areas of the brain that are involved in deliberative thought processes can moderate the amygdala activi ...
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  • Jill Scott urges better portrayal for women
    By: KRISTIE RIEKEN, Associated Pre
    News Source: Associated Press Via Yahoo! News

    HOUSTON - The portrayal of black women in popular music and videos is too often degrading and the black community must find a way to change these images, best-selling singer Jill Scott said Monday. "It is dirty, inappropriate, inadequate, unhealthy and polluted," Scott said. "We can demand more." Scott spoke before a panel that discussed the issue took the stage at th ...
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  • Driving through barriers
    By: Angelique S. Chengelis / The D
    News Source: DetNews.com

    Black NASCAR racer will be 1st on Mich. Track in 20 years "I'm a race car driver who happens to be black. I don't focus on things of that nature. I'm focused in on just how fast I can be at that next race," says Bill Lester, sharing a laugh with Dale Earnhardt Jr. Lester will make his second career NASCAR Nextel Cup start Sunday at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn. Se ...
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  • I Am Not An African - American
    By: Tamika Johnson
    News Source: iSnare Articles

    I am not an African-American. Don’t call me an African –American. I’m an American plain and simple. I was born here as were my parents and grandparents and you would have to search many a generation back before you found anyone in my family who originated from the continent of Africa. It’s time black people in this country stop trying to identify with a land whose culture is not th ...
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  • Concerns raised over racism during Cup
    By: DiversityWorking.com Staff
    News Source: DiversityWorking.com African American News

    In Germany and several other European nations, crowds shower minority players with racial insults at times. Several of the U.S. team's African-American players who compete professionally in European leagues say they have been targets of discrimination and verbal and even physical abuse because of their race — on and off the field. There are concerns about how racial incidents might affect the ...
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  • On blacks in baseball
    By: Teddy Tannenbaum
    News Source: The Boston Globe

    WHEN MAJOR LEAGUE Baseball in 1997 retired the number 42 worn by Jackie Robinson, it honored the 50th anniversary of his breaking the sport's color barrier. But as baseball's Hall of Fame prepares this summer to honor more black players from the past, it's worth remembering that Robinson was not the first black to play in the majors, but the first to do so since 1900. It has been almost 60 y ...
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  • Double standard in singling out Bonds with asterisks
    By: Jeff Zillgitt
    News Source: USAToday Sports

    During an interview with Jim Gray on ESPN, San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds said if Major League Baseball put an asterisk next to his home run numbers, "It would hurt. I would be disappointed." Barry Bonds does not deserve an asterisk unless baseball can determine which Hall of Famers and record holders did or did not use performance-enhancing substances and amphetamines. ...
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  • Commentary: Black History More Than Check in EEO Box
    By: Dr. Frank N. Schubert, Special
    News Source: DefenseLINK News

    WASHINGTON -- I have been involved in the study of black history for over 30 years. Over that time, I've written a number of articles and three books about Buffalo Soldiers, the black regular Army troopers who served during the Indian wars and the early years of the 20th century. When I started, there was a February commemoration known as "Negro History Week," which Carter G. Wo ...
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  • Mexico Welcomed Fugitive Slaves and African American Job Seekers - Part One
    By: Ron Wilkins, Patrice Lumumba C
    News Source: Insight News

    SAN FRANCISCO - There are of course, many angles from which to view the escalating immigration debate. Mexican immigrants, who constitute the largest share of the undocumented, have a unique history with the African population inside the United States. As the Black community weighs-in on this very contentious issue, it becomes necessary for us ( both black and brown) to review the history that ...
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  • Make every month Black History Month
    By: Bill Russell
    News Source: boston.com

    I OFTEN WONDER how many people ask themselves, "Do we really need a Black History Month?" Although it seems inconceivable in this day and age, a great number of people still exist who do not believe there should be an entire month devoted to African-American culture. ...
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  • Are we keeping his dream alive
    By: DiversityWorking staff
    News Source: Saratogian.com

    'His words were poetry,' Morgan said Monday to a crowd of around 40 people at the Saratoga Springs Public Library. 'Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a visionary.' In remembrance of King, the event was organized and sponsored by the Saratoga Peace Alliance. It offered songs and a film, 'A Force More Powerful: Civil Rights Movement.' Morgan mixed music with words in her 'Twentieth Century Pri ...
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  • Head of African-American museum steeped in NW history
    By: DiversityWorking staff
    News Source: Oregon Live.com

    The self-educated family patriarch was a barber and federal court librarian among other things, and went on to become one of this city's most prominent black leaders, helping found First African Methodist Episcopal Church in the Central District. Now his grandson has been appointed director of the much-anticipated Northwest African American Museum, slated to open in early 2007. Carver Gay ...
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  • Haywood remembers King's legacy: African-American community says equality is still an issue
    By: DiversityWorking staff
    News Source: Citizen-Times.com

    LAKE JUNALUSKA - When the Rev. Herman E. Thomas was a young man in Western North Carolina 50 years ago, jobs and education were scarce. It wasn't because his native Swain County was too poor to build a school or because work was hard to find. It was because he was an African-American living in Appalachia before the Civil Rights Movement. The mountains that he loved as a child offered no oppo ...
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  • The Accomplished Senior-Year Resume and Cover Letter
    By: Linda Bates Parker
    News Source: The Black Collegian Online

    As an African-American college student, you may have come to college with goals of attaining a degree and snaring an exciting and lucrative position upon graduation. This article is written to help you look specifically at your resume as a developing marketing tool that must be strengthened each year of college, to help you gain the competitive edge in today’s and tomorrow's job marke ...
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  • Growing numbers of black women affected by AIDS
    By: Billy Watkins
    News Source: The Louisiana Weekly

    Recent statistics reveal black women represent almost 70 percent of new HIV cases in the United States each year. In Mississippi, black women represent about 25 percent of the new HIV cases, health officials said. As of Dec. 1, 2003, Mississippi had 7,387 residents living with HIV. Of those, 1,072 are males and 2,314 are female. Another 4,001 of those are considered transgender. Many Am ...
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  • The other side of human trafficking
    By: Habiba Adamu
    News Source: AllAfrica.com

    For the traffickers, agents and other trafficked victims who were lucky and became independent of their madams, human traffi-cking is a lucrative business. But for the women and children who in most cases fall victims of being trafficked, human trafficking is another form of modern slavery leaving in bondage. For many years now Nigeria has been centred transit and destination coun-try on hum ...
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  • Brown v. Board of Education
    By: William L. Taylor
    News Source: Center for American Progress

    In December 1954, I landed the job that would shape my entire professional career. In May of that year, the Supreme Court had decided unanimously in Brown v. Board of Education that laws and policies that called for racial segregation of public schools violated the equal protection guarantees of the United States Constitution. The decision mandated a huge change in the status of black citizens. ...
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  • Is Diversity Working?
    By: Robert J. Grossman
    News Source: HR Magazine

    Diversity is the latest tool in the evolving world of race relations, but is it the best? The Civil Rights Act of 1964 fixed a spotlight on racial issues. Then came affirmative action, attempting to bring equity to the workplace. Now diversity is the latest effort at improving interracial representation and relations at work. But is diversity working? As it grows to include the wide varie ...
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  • TV one reaches for old favorites in effort to draw black audience
    By: DiversityWorking Staff
    News Source: Sunspot.net

    Former Discovery Channel head Jonathan Rodgers aims to reach out to the immense African-American viewing public by launching TV one, the newest African-American-oriented channel, in cooperation with media giants Comcast and Radio One. TV one advocates balanced programming, airing old sitcoms like “Good Times” and “227”, public affairs segments, lifestyle and cooking programs (to be ...
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  • NFL diversity policy works
    By: DiversityWorking Staff
    News Source: Dailydemocrat.com

    The hiring of 5 African-American head coaches is a strong testament that the NFL diversity policy has been effective. After the measures taken by the NFL, like fining Detroit Lions President Matt Millen for not interviewing minority candidates, and the memo from the NFL diversity committee reiterating the policy that teams are required to include at least one minority in their interviews, the l ...
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  • Sharpton vs Dean
    By: DiversityWorking Staff
    News Source: ABC News (www.abcnews.com)

    Associated Press’ report entitled “Sharpton Blasts Dean on Race in Debate” discusses what transpired in the campaign debate between Reverend Al Sharpton and Vermont Governor Howard Dean, both presidential aspirants in the coming elections. This debate, labeled as the “Brown and Black Presidential Forum”, was “designed to focus the contenders on issues of concern to minorities” Mea ...
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  • On Domestic Training
    By: DiversityWorking Staff
    News Source: St. Petersburg Times (www.sptimes.com)

    Bill Maxwell’s article, “On Campus, Grim Statistics for African-American Men” shows readers with deterring but earnest facts about the black race and education. As reported by the American Council on Education in 2000, 25% of the black male population between 18-24 years old attends college, and only 36% of their female counterpart study higher education. The rate of graduating black men ...
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  • Black lawyer’s book aims to counter bias in courts
    By: DiversityWorking Staff
    News Source: Buffalo News (www.buffalonews.com)

    Lou Michel’s article “Black lawyer’s book aims to counter bias in courts” tells the story of the conception of a book called “Fighting for your Life: An African-American’s Criminal Justice Survival Guide”, written by a black lawyer named John V. Elmore. This handbook aims to attenuate courtroom discrimination against African-Americans by presenting a detailed explanation of the pr ...
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  • Diversity window closing for Barbour
    By: DiversityWorking Staff
    News Source: The Clarion Ledger (www.clarionledger.com)

    Last November, newly elected Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour appeared to be the epitome of a politician who empathizes with diversity by naming African American lawyer and Democrat Reuben Anderson as his transition team co-chairman. Though Barbour was not his choice for the governor position, Anderson joined the team because he believes that “diversity will be a part of his (Barbour) admin ...
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