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Herman Cain: Planned Parenthood’s mission is ‘planned genocide’ of black babies

16 Mar

Using unusually harsh words, a potential presidential candidate ( Herman Cain ) echoed some previous comments: claiming that Planned Parenthood’s original mission was to “help kill black babies before they came into the world.” Read more:

http://aareports.com/2011/03/herman-cain-planned-parenthoods-mission.html

GOP Eyes black vote in 2012

16 Mar

GOP Eyes  black vote in 2012

The GOP is looking to lure more black voters in 2012. Now if you are like me you are wondering how any GOP attempts to reach out to black voters will be any different than the lame attempt in 2010 under Michael Steele. Here’s one way. They might actually TRY to reach out to black voters this time. 

Read more http://aareports.com/2011/03/gop-eyes-black-vote-in-2012.html

The real problem with the Pepsi Max Superbowl commercial

10 Feb

The real problem with the Pepsi Max ad

Many are not happy with the way the Pepsi Max ad aired during the Superbowl negatively portrayed black women. But shouldn’t just as many be upset that the commercial was making light of domestic  violence/ Spousal abuse?

Read more: http://aareports.com/2011/02/real-problem-with-pepsi-max-ad.html

Woman flies confederate flag in predominantly black neighborhood

17 Oct

Woman flies confederate flag in predominantly black neighborhood

Annie Chambers Caddell, whose ancestors fought in the Civil War, insists the Confederate flag flying over her home is an important reminder of her heritage. But for her neigbors in this tree-shrouded, historically black neighborhood, it’s an unpleasant reminder of a by-gone era they’d rather not see every time they pass by her house.

Read more: http://aareports.com/2010/10/woman-flies-confederate-flag-in.html

Video: Michelle Obama’s speech at 101st NAACP Convention

14 Jul

Video: Michelle Obama’s speech at 101st NAACP Convention.

Watch the video by using the link below:

http://aareports.com/2010/07/michelle-obamas-speech-at-101st-naacp.html

Riots in San Francisco after BART police shooting verdict

10 Jul

Riots in San Francisco after police shooting verdict

Police clashed with protesters who looted businesses and smashed windows in Oakland, California after a white policeman Johannes Mehserle was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the videotaped shooting death of an unarmed black man, Oscar Grant on an Oakland train platform. Watch video on this story by using the link below:

http://aareports.com/2010/07/riots-break-out-in-oakland-after-police.html

54 shot, 10 killed in Chicago over weekend

24 Jun

54 shot, 10 killed in Chicago over weekend.

Ten people were killed and at least 44 others were shot across the city Friday night into early Monday, including a baby girl who suffered a graze wound to the neck

Read more: http://aareports.com/2010/06/54-shot-over-weekend-in-chicago.html

Tim Scott wins South Carolina Congressional Primary runoff race.

23 Jun

Black republican Tim Scott wins South Carolina Congressional Primary runoff race.

In a further sign that either we are evolving as a people and picking candidates based on qualifications not color or that hell just froze over a black man, Tim Scott has won the republican primary in South Carolina’s US House District 1
 
Read more: http://aareports.com/2010/06/black-republican-wins-congressional.html

Kesha Rogers, black congressional candidate from Texas wants to impeach Obama

22 Jun

Black Congressional candidate Kesha Rogers from Texas wants to impeach Obama

In Texas, a surprise Democratic primary winner, congressional nominee Kesha Rogers, wants to impeach the President. Texas Democrats wasted little time in casting Rogers into exile and offering no support or recognition of her campaign to win what once was Republican Majority Leader Tom DeLay’s old seat.

Read more here: http://aareports.com/2010/06/black-us-senate-candidate-wants-to.html

Black leaders urge swift federal action on poverty

13 Jun

Black leaders urge swift federal action on poverty

Poverty-stricken minority neighborhoods across America are “zones of pain” in a “state of emergency” that deserve a swift federal response, a group of black leaders said during a discussion on economic recovery at the Rainbow/PUSH annual conference Saturday. Read more…

http://aareports.com/2010/06/black-leaders-urge-swift-federal-action.html