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African-American – News July 25, 2011

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Live from the 2011 NAACP Convention in Los Angeles
Live from the 2011 NAACP Convention in Los Angeles (Washington Times)
LOS ANGELES , July 25, 2011 – The 2011 NAACP Convention was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, a short drive from my home.
Black Tea Partiers to Protest NAACP National Convention in LA (Gateway Pundit)
Black tea partiers are planning a protest against the far left NAACP at their annual conference in Los Angeles.

Hundreds visit Bonine house (Dowagiac Daily News)
More than 500 people toured the Bonine House in Vandalia July 16 and 17. Some wandered around the inside of the home for hours, exploring the living room, dining room, kitchen and two parlors downstairs and the six bedrooms up the house’s staircase.

African Americans Face Unique Medical Demands
African Americans Face Unique Medical Demands (CBS Local)
Every person is unique and so are their health concerns and problems. But some illnesses and conditions do have a tendency to appear in members of certain demographics.
Did did a large number of black troops fight for the Confederacy? (WTOP-FM Washington)
The letter from Louisiana Gov. Henry Allen to Confederate President Jefferson Davis requesting the use of black troops to fight for the south on display at the African American Civil War Museum.

Reinventing our community: Can metro Birmingham move beyond race? (Alabama Live)
“I have a dream, that one day, down in Alabama with its vicious racists, with its governor having his lips dripping with the words of interposition and nullification — one day, right there in Alabama, little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers.” The Rev.

Among the book's illustrations is the cover of the program for Marian ...
Among the book’s illustrations is the cover of the program for Marian … (Statesman Journal)
The gravestone of Mary Parks Bonter and Marion Parks, sister and brother, are documented in “Perseverance: A History of African Americans in Oregon’s Marion and Polk Counties.” / Special to the Statesman Journal at a glance Title: “Perseverance: A History of African Americans in Oregon’s Marion and Polk Counties” Cost: $25 ISBN: 978-1-4507-4878-0 …

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