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I’m African American, do I root for the US or Ghana in todays World Cup match?

26 Jun

I’m African American, do I root for the US or Ghana in todays World Cup match?

My friends and I were having a Heineken fueled conversation about the World Cup ( something  that wont happen for another four years ) and in a joking manner someone asked who do we root for.If we were indeed African American shouldn’t we be torn over who won ?

Read more: http://aareports.com/2010/06/im-african-american-do-i-root-for-us-or.html

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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

Rare photo of slave children dound in North Carolina

12 Jun

Rare photo of slave children dound in North Carolina. See photo and read more:
http://aareports.com/2010/06/rare-photo-of-slave-children-found-in.html

Black men urged to step up and stop the violence in Chicago

2 May

It isn’t the National Guard that will stop young black males from killing one another in Chicago, but instead black men taking a stand and the time to guide at-risk youth.

Read the entire article here:
http://talkhonestly.blogspot.com/

Black teens more optimistic about the future because of Pres. Obama

1 May

Black teens more optimistic than their peers. A poll released Thursday by Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., found that 70 % of black teen students thought their standard of living would be better than their parents and they believe so beacuse of the election of Barack Obama. Read the entire article here: http://talkhonestly.blogspot.com/