Racist Bumper Sticker – 2012


Community Demands Full Day Pre-K as Part of $150 Million Columbia Deal

Community Demands Full Day Pre-K as Part of $150 Million Columbia Deal Updated March 15, 2012 9:04am

March 15, 2012 9:04am | By Jeff Mays, DNAinfo Reporter/Producer

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HARLEM Parents and members of a West Harlem community board are lobbying for the new Teachers College Elementary School to offer full day pre-K in the fall after administrators announced it would instead have two half-day sessions serving a total of 36 students.

The pre-K was promised as part of a $150 million community benefits agreement with Columbia University which is building a new $6.3 billion West Harlem campus on 17 acres of land from West 129th to West 133rd streets, between Broadway and 12 Avenue.

But half-day sessions would throw too many obstacles at working parents who need to make arrangements for their kids to be picked up, and may hinder the West Harlem community from benefiting from the school by discouraging applicants, Community Board 9 said.

“The research shows full day pre-K is more effective,” said Joe Rogers Jr., chair of CB 9’s Youth and Education Committee.

“If we don’t have a proper start with full day pre-K, we are getting off on the wrong foot,” said board member Judith Insell.

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African-American – News

African-American – News March 15, 2012

New museum lease explored
New museum lease explored (The Advocate)
The City Council plans to meet with River Road African-American Museum officials next week before deciding on a new lease agreement with the entity.
Stirring play from Durham’s Chaunesti Webb examines the culture of African-American female beauty (Independent Weekly)
African-American women know their hair can be a powerful signifier – both in the postmodern sense and the more down-home meaning of the term.

Author: ‘American Bandstand’ blocked black teens from the show (The Wichita Eagle)
Professor Matthew Delmont set out to write about how the ’50s dance show “American Bandstand” was an integrated bastion of pop culture, where Philadelphia’s black and white teens mixed and mingled on television even though the rest of the country was bitterly divided by race.

Soledad’s Prism: O’Brien Called Jeremiah Wright’s… (NewsBusters)
In her syndicated column today , Michelle Malkin runs down how CNN news anchor Soledad O’Brien has an affinity for the work of the late Harvard Professor Derrick Bell, particularly his “critical race theory” that she has to this point not disclosed to her CNN viewers.

Mourners Bid Farewell to Beloved Congressman (Patch)
A Mourners gathered Wednesday at the Metropolitan Baptist Church to pay their respects to Donald M. Payne Sr., the longtime congressman who died last week after serving more than two decades in Washington.

Festival honors black women who rock (Detroit News)
Divinity Roxx, a bassist who toured with Beyonce, will perform this weekend at the Black Women Rock! Event in Detroit.

Project to show Va. School-desegregation efforts (WTOP-FM Washington)
A Norfolk man who was one of a handful of black students who integrated the city’s schools will join other civil rights groups and state officials in announcing a project to preserve the story of efforts to desegregate Virginia’s public education system.




* Senate Democrats walked out of the chamber before midnight last night after a motion was adopted to end the debate on redistricting. As a result, they missed the vote to approve the new lines and a constitutional amendment, which passed the chamber 36-0, the Journal News reports: http://bit.ly/wTX8Vf

* After months of veto promises and condemnations, Gov. Andrew Cuomo released a statement at 5:35 a.m. This morning praising the passage of a constitutional amendment as”a major step toward finally reforming the state’s broken redistricting process: http://bit.ly/x1Rcfi

* The pension reform bill, which would create a new, less generous retirement tier, cap overtime accrual toward pension calculations and raise the retirement age to 63, was posted just before 3 a.m. Both the Senate and Assembly are set to act on it this morning, Capital Tonight says: http://bit.ly/xNGp0S

* The pension bill would preserve the 401(k)-option, but only for non-union, high-income earners like agency commissioners, the Daily News says: http://nydn.us/zPMnaP

* The first salary increase for state judges in 13 years appears headed for approval in the upcoming budget deal, the Associated Press reports: http://bit.ly/xeCrOq

* Ex-Senate Majority Leader Pedro Espada Jr.s corruption trial started yesterday, with prosecutors accusing the senator of massive theft, and his defense attorney chalking it up to sloppy bookkeeping, the New York Post says: http://nyp.st/wd3KsE

* On the same day HBO halted production of its horse racing series Luck over a series of horse fatalities, Cuomo ordered an inquiry into a rash of horse deaths at the Aqueduct racetrack that have occurred since last November, the Daily News reports: http://nydn.us/Aw0hyI


Hatewatch Headlines for March 15, 2012

Hatewatch is a weekly summary of the latest news about hate and extremism compiled by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Week of March 15, 2012

Hatewatch Blog

Tennessee House Falls Victim to ‘Agenda 21’ Conspiracy Theory

Ugandan LGBT Group Sues Anti-Gay Activist Scott Lively

YWC Members Chalk ‘White Pride’ on University Sidewalks

White Supremacist Pleads Guilty to Killing Father, Stepmother in West Coast Rampage

Ousted Bronx Principal Asks Racists to Support his Libel Suit

Intelligence Files

Learn more about the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH), which has emerged as the preeminent source of “junk science” for anti-gay groups.

Hatewatch Headlines

US Sovereign Citizens: Radicals Exercising ‘God-Given Rights’ or Fueling Domestic Terrorism?
ABC News | March 8, 2012

US Anti-Government Extremists Cash Government Paychecks
Forbes | March 5, 2012

IA Head of School that Hosted Anti-Gay Band Resigns
Associated Press | March, 14

CA Some Students Offended by Louis Farrakhan’s UC Berkeley Address
KTVU | March 10, 2012



1001A.jpgAbbianna Rodnyse Loseil
Case Type: Endangered
DOB: Jul 27, 1996
Missing Date: Dec 27, 2011
Age Now: 15
Missing City: Brooklyn
Missing State: NY
Case Number: MPS:11999/CIRC:12/0008 (01/11)/NCMEC:1188003
Gender: Female
Race: Black
Complexion: Medium
Height: 5-3
Weight: 134
Hair Color: Black
Hair Length: Medium
Eye Color: Brown
Wear Glasses or Contacts: No
Location Last Seen: 3613 Avenue D around 1:40pm within the confines of the 67th Precinct.

Circumstances of Disappearance: Left home to go to an evening/after school program and haven’t been seen or heard from since.

Last Seen Wearing: Old Navy Forest Green Puffy waist-length coat. Dark Blue Old Navy Jean pants. Hot pink long sleeve Aeropostale crew neck shirt. Shiny black rain boots.

Identifying Marks or Characteristics: Last seen her limping on her right leg.

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