African-American – News October 27, 2011
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Fighting Breast Cancer – What You Can Do (The Afro American Newspaper)
When it comes to breast cancer, spreading the word means spreading the cure so talk with your loved ones this month about the importance of breast cancer screenings and the risk factors associated with the disease.
Effort to document historic black community in Mannington earns… (NJ)
Historian Janet Sheridan was recognized by Senate President Stephen Sweeney here Wednesday for her work in documenting and preserving the history of the township’s historic Marshalltown site.
The Top Twelve Reasons Why So Many Good Black Men are Still Single (Weekend)
Television, radio, and the Internet have been buzzing nonstop for years about the plight of single, black women looking for love, but what about all the single, black men? Nobody’s been bold enough to take a stand and speak out on behalf of all the good, single black men out there looking for love too.
Bloomberg editor, historian join Pulitzer board (KFVS12)
An award-winning historian and a managing editor for projects and investigations at Bloomberg News have been elected to the Pulitzer Prize Board, which hands out the most well-known awards in journalism.
Louis Farrakhan says he felt great sense of loss at Gadhafis killing (Free Republic)
Controversial Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan condemned the killing of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi on Tuesday, warning that America and other western powers will soon face severe consequences for their support of the uprising that led to the dictator’s death.