African-American – News September 19, 2011
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Thank you for that information! I’d been wondering about Buku… (Cross Roads News)
The Commerce Drive entrance to the Decatur Cemetery is closed permanently to prevent vehicular traffic that was damaging tombstones and other cemetery features.
Black caucus chairman treads line between criticizing, supporting Obama (The Modesto Bee)
As the debate over jobs turns into the latest political tug-of-war, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri walks a careful but candid line.
Bay Area elected officials urge FDA to ban menthol in cigarettes (Inside Bay Area)
Bay Area anti-tobacco advocates are lobbying elected officials to urge the federal government to ban the use of menthol in cigarettes and other tobacco products.
The long, vicious assault on voting rights in America (Milwaukee Courier Online)
The attack on voting rights for people of color in the United States of America is as old as the Republic itself.
LETTER: African-American unemployment (Odessa American Online)
It’s funny how things change. Fresh from summering on Martha’s Vineyard, Obama is now getting heat from blacks for the shocking increase in their unemployment under his policies.
President Barack Obama’s strategic leadership for jobs (Milwaukee Courier Online)
The American Jobs Act has been presented to the Congress of the United States by President Barack H. Obama.