African-American – News May 5, 2012
Letter: Alliance history includes blacks (Albany Times Union)
A banner over the entrance to Trinity Alliance of the Capital Regionin Albany Thursday March 22, 2012.
Home and Back Again: The 19th New York African Film Festival (Film Comment)
Along with daffodils, sunshine, and graduations, a sure sign of spring is the arrival of the New York African Film Festival, founded and programmed by executive director Mahen Bonetti.
Black Unemployment Drops as American Jobless Rate Falls Slightly (Loop21)
The monthly update of the national unemployment figure by the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that American joblessness stood at 8.1% this past April.
Strengthening The Black Community: Strategies for Reducing Violence (Final Call)
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Mardi Gras Indian culture, costumes, music put on display at New Orleans Jazz Fest (Penticton Herald)
Mardi Gras Indians have been parading at Carnival and Louisiana festivals for generations, but growing interest in their culture has the dancing, costumed Indians on display in a new way at this year’s New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
NC NAACP Urges Voters To Reject Amendment One (WITN)
Debate over the constitutional amendment on the ballot next week continues to heat up with the NAACP speaking out Thursday.