African-American – News February 13, 2012
Plan for Athens Walmart divisive in Athens (11 Alive)
Some advocates are supporting the new project because they hope it will bring more jobs to the northeast Georgia city.
Ku Klux Klan: Extraordinary images from a divisive era capture a day… (Daily Mail)
The eerie ghost-like hordes boldly parade on the country’s most illustrious avenue in a performance that feels unthinkable in today’s world.
Diversity increasing in NJ, and more residents comfortable with it, poll finds (Daily Record)
The Garden State has grown racially and ethnically in the last decade, and according to the results of a Monmouth University/NJ Press Media Poll, New Jerseyans are showing an increased level of comfort with that diversity.
‘Not just for black people: for everybody’ (Star-Press)
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Gary Chenault, president and CEO of the United Way of Delaware County; Eddie Bell, Muncie fire chief; Yvonne Thompson, director of Muncie’s Human Rights Commission; Jason Walker, Delaware County Sheriff’s Department chief deputy; and Terry Whitt Bailey, director of the Community Development office.
Black, Female And An Inspirational Modern Artist (National Public Radio)
Just in the last year, 96-year-old American artist Elizabeth Catlett has had her work featured in exhibitions from Istanbul to Mexico to New York.
Black History Month essay: The history of black dance (LoHud)
To hear Dori Berinstein tell it, all she had to do was mention that she was making a film about… Marcus Charles of Suffern High School is participating in a Black History Month essay program Jan.