African-American – News December 12, 2011
MUSIC REVIEWMos Def proves worth the wait (Boston)
Mos Def played a 90-minute set before a crowd of more than 1,000 fans at the Wilbur Friday.
Ministers in Elizabeth City receive training in fight against diabetes (The Virginian-Pilot)
Pastor Larry Brown and wife, Gloria, left, exercise after their service at the Faith & Victory Christian Center in Elizabeth City, Sunday, Dec.
Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan and Oprah Winfrey arrive in Haiti, but on separate visits (Medincine Hat News)
PRINCE, Haiti – Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan has arrived in Haiti, saying he wants to see how his organization can help the poor Caribbean country rebuild from the devastating 2010 earthquake.
Hutch tea party illustration draws racism claims (WDBO-AM Orlando)
A Hutchinson tea party group says its depiction of a skunk as the new symbol of the U.S. President is satire and people don’t have to look at it if they don’t want.
Issues that caused civil war are still alive – Ekweremadu (Ghanamma)
BY TONY EDIKE, ENUGU Deputy Senate president Ike Ekweremadu reviewed Saturday the increasing cases of insecurity in the country and declared thatA the factors that gave rise to the 1967 civil war were still very prevalent in the country.
21 of Frederick’s ‘Living Treasures’ accept honors (The Frederick News-Post)
The fourth annual Living Treasures Banquet was hled Saturday by the African American Resources and Cultural Heritage Society to honor local black residents age 90 and older.