African-American – News March 3, 2012
Councilman Lashes Out at Redistricting Panel, Mayor Over District Boundaries (Patch)
In response to new proposed City Council district boundaries, Councilman Bernard Parks released a sharply worded statement today, calling the new district maps a “racially motivated assault” on South Los Angeles.
Black men workin’ it out for the children (Weekend)
Eighth annual African American Male Teach-In provides positve male role models for Dr.
Find out how to read more Online. (North Port Sun)
PHOTO PROVIDED First Presbyterian Church of Port Charlotte celebrated Black History with a monthlong display of African-American artifacts, books and posters featuring the achievements and contributions of many great African-Americans over the years.
Students bring history to life (News-Messenger)
Anne Marie Moses recites the life story Thursday of Mary Edmonia Lewis, the first African-American and Native American woman to gain recognition as a sculptor in the fine arts world, during the Stamm Elemetary fifth-grade African-American Wax Museum.
In West Michigan, Louis Farrakhan criticizes U.S. Foreign policy (Detroit News)
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan criticized U.S. Foreign policy as well as what he described as elite, powerful forces in business and government during a visit to a Grand Rapids church.
Re: Black Women Did What? 10 History Facts About Our Beloved Sistas (NewsOne)
Today kicks off the first 24 hours of Women’s Month and you’ll surely see a slew of television programming on the contributions women have made to America and the world.