African-American – News December 27, 2011
Kwanzaa celebration urges improving lives of others (Lansing State Journal)
The crunch of a cracker is a happy thing, whether it lifts up a gooey blue cheese or floats atop… Sasha Gaskin performs the Lighting of the Mishumma Saba candles Monday during the Kwanzaa 2011 celebration at St.
Sharing and sustaining the world (Bradenton)
It started with a symbolic African drum roll, moved on to an invocation by The Rev.
Kwanzaa celebration honors late founder of event at Malcolm X College (WGN-TV Chicago)
Diallo Amadu hangs up clothes at his African-American Tailoring Boutique booth at Chicago’s Malcolm X College during the opening celebration for the week of Kwanzaa.
Monday’s Best Bet: Kwanzaa celebration at Southwest Community Center (The Post-Standard)
The folks at the Southwest Community Center in Syracuse will open the doors at 6 p.m. Every night from today through Jan.
LGBTs, African-Americans Vie For Top Spot in Oppression Olympics (Queerty)
When comparing the LGBT rights movement to the African-American struggle for civil rights, it’s important to figure out which group has suffered more.
African Americans and Coal (African American Environmentalist Ass…)
Should Blacks Own Coal Mines In A Global Warming World? YES! Blacks do not own any of the energy infrastructure and resources in the United States.
Community celebrates the life of Levi Byrd (Cheraw Chronicle)
Mayor Andy Ingram, center, joined citizens at the Heritage Center Monday morning to recognize Levi G. Byrd and the contributions he made to society both at home and around the world.