What a Few in the 42 Are Up To
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What a Few in the 42 Are Up To

QUICK HITS:Nov. 21, TX — Sheila Jackson Lee pinned new medals onto 66 year old…

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Clyburn Gets to Go To All the Cool Stuff
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Clyburn Gets to Go To All the Cool Stuff

First the State Dinner now this. Jim Clyburn knew what he was doing when he…

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Black Unemployment
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Black Unemployment

Again: 35% of black men aged 16 to 24 unemployed. WASHINGTON DC — Even though…

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Jobs "Summit" Thursday
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Jobs "Summit" Thursday

WASHINGTON DC — Another summit Thursday. Yet another. There have already been White House “summits”…

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36 Million Using Food Stamps
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36 Million Using Food Stamps

NYT on food stamps: The number of recipients has risen by 10 million in two…

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Prison Industrial Complex
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Prison Industrial Complex

Remember This?
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Where’s the CBC? Will We Know Next Week?
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Where’s the CBC? Will We Know Next Week?

NYT, Nov 15, 2009: “With unemployment among blacks at more than 15 percent, the N.A.A.C.P.…

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Prison-industrial Complex
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Prison-industrial Complex

Eric Schlosser (writer): “The ‘prison-industrial complex’ is not only a set of interest groups and…

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The President Was Never in Danger…
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The President Was Never in Danger…

I gotta say one thing: The White House has shifted into full let’s-get-it-all-out-mode. They released…

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Profiling at a State Dinner
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Profiling at a State Dinner

WASHINGTON DC — I can’t wait to ask Elijah Cummings, Jim Clyburn, and Eleanor Holmes…

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CBC’s FS-10 Busts A Move Over Jobs
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CBC’s FS-10 Busts A Move Over Jobs

Joyce Jones from Black Enterprise and I noticed last Thursday, Nov. 19, the ten members…

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Happy Thanksgiving
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Black Radio Hearing Wed Will Be a Doozy
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Black Radio Hearing Wed Will Be a Doozy

More on the way in which black radio listeners are counted. If these are the…

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