African-American – News November 3, 2011
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Obama, CBC Reunite Ahead of Elections (Roll Call)
Congressional Black Caucus Chairman Emanuel Cleaver says the White House has made an effort to mend its relationship with the group.
Venerable Rosenwald School saved (The State)
As recently as a decade ago, some people in the Pine Grove community were in favor of tearing down the old, wooden community center.
NJ job losses have hurt blacks and Hispanics more than whites (Asbury Park Press Online)
A case of breaking up in the Internet age is set to play out in a New Jersey courtroom Wednesday.
Former NAACP Head Makes Marriage Equality Video (EDGE)
A major civil rights leader and former head of the NAACP has joined two other prominent African-Americans in making a video promoting marriage equality.
Ann Coulter defends remarks that conservativeA blacks are ‘so much better’ than liberal blacksA (New York Daily News)
Ann Coulter believes conservative blacks are “so much better” than liberal blacks.
Lee OKs plan for redistricting (News Press)
Despite a request for more time by Fort Myers Councilman Johnny Streets Jr., Lee County commissioners on Tuesday approved a new redistricting map.
Herman Cain and the decline of black conservatism (CNN)
Editor’s note: Fredrick D. Robinson, a Baptist preacher, is studying ministry in North Carolina.