Thx Tereza. “Last week, for the first time, Ms. Winfrey endorsed a political candidate, Senator Barack Obama…In an interview on “Larry King Live” on CNN, she said she was backing the senator “because I know him personally.””
Thx Ananser. “The cable networks and other news-talk shows seem to have little trouble finding a more diverse lineup of guests to respond to a five-alarm eruption of news related to gender, race or ethnicity.”
Thx Tereza. “MTA permits its supervisors to exercise “unbridled discretion to deny African Americans and Hispanics opportunities for career advancement and equal earning opportunities while allowing for them to create a racially charged and hostile work e
Thx Tereza. “Through interviews and reviews of dozens of pages of internal documents, the I-Team found that of the 50 lawyers in the division’s criminal section, only two are black. That is the same number the criminal section had in 1978″
Thx Kyla. “Blacks paid a typical auto loan rate of 7 percent for new cars, compared with a rate of 5 percent for whites in 2004, according to a consumer organization’s analysis of the Federal Reserve Survey of Consumer Finances. That was the most recent s
Thx Tereza. “Kirstein’s plan for student diversity was never realized, and while other minorities have made inroads in classical ballet, the complicated reality of racial inequality persists, especially for black women.”
Thx Kyla. “A fit of spring-cleaning led Eric Brooks to a box of old newspaper clips from 1997. That’s when he was the lone black student enrolled in the incoming law school class at the University of California, Berkeley, following the end of affirmative
Thx Kyla. “But Barbara Hillary took it all in stride, completing the trek to the world’s northernmost point last month at the age of 75. She is one of the oldest people to reach the North Pole, and is believed to be the first black woman on record to ac
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