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Turning Tragedy Into Triumph- Coach Michael Taylor Interviews Frederick H. Lowe, founder of The NorthStar News and AnalysisThe NorthStar News on The Dr. Vibe Show

April 22, 2014

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R.I.P. Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter

African Americans Get a History Lesson in the Brutality of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

African Americans Get a History Lesson in the Brutality of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Reparations Conference at Chicago State University

The conference is held at a key point in history. The reparations movement has floundered here, but it is growing in the Caribbean.

by Frederick H. Lowe
When the British Parliament passed the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833, abolishing slavery throughout the British Empire, beginning on August 1, 1834, slave-owning plantation owners were angry, and they demanded reparations for their lost property --- African slaves.

Minister Farrakhan Says He Is Ill

Minister Farrakhan Says He Is Ill Reparations Conference at Chicago State University

by Frederick H. Lowe
Minister Louis Farrakhan, who spoke at a reparations conference over the weekend at Chicago State University, told the audience that he is ill.

Conyers to Re-introduce Legislation to Study Reparations

Conyers to Re-introduce Legislation to Study Reparations Reparations Conference at Chicago State University

by Frederick H. Lowe
U.S. Rep. John Conyers Jr. said he will re-introduce in the 113th Congress legislation that calls for a seven-member commission to study reparations for African Americans.

Lewis Hamilton Does It Again. He Wins Third-Consecutive Formula 1 Race

Lewis Hamilton Does It Again. He Wins Third-Consecutive Formula 1 Race Race Car Driving

by Frederick H. Lowe
Lewis Carl Hamilton, the world's only black Formula 1 driver, finished first in Sunday's UBS Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai. It was his third first-place finish in the last three races.

Black LGBT Seniors Struggle with Double Discrimination

Black LGBT Seniors Struggle with Double Discrimination LGBT

by Rick Gerharter
New America Media

SAN FRANCISCO --- In San Francisco African American seniors who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) often face double jeopardy in terms of discrimination. Within the black community, they struggle to overcome homophobia. In the LGBT community, they encounter race-based prejudices.

Admirers to Write a New Legacy In Novelist James Baldwin’s life by Honoring Him

Admirers to Write a New Legacy In Novelist James Baldwin’s life by Honoring Him Writing

by Frederick H. Lowe
New York Live Arts, a consortium of cultural organizations based in the city, has declared 2014-2015 The Year of James Baldwin.

Baldwin, a novelist who wrote about gay men before it was fashionable or accepted, was also a poet, a playwright and a civil rights activist.

Restaurants in Poor Areas Push Unhealthy Foods, Study Finds

 Restaurants in Poor Areas Push Unhealthy Foods, Study Finds Heath/Eating
Making good meal choices is harder, researcher says

(HealthDay News) --- Restaurants near public housing developments tend to offer unhealthy meals, a new study finds.

Researchers analyzed menus from 61 fast-food and 72 table-service restaurants within a half mile of 13 housing developments and four residential neighborhoods in the Kansas City, Kan., and Kansas City, Mo., areas.

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor March 17, 20014

Calls for more support of black-owned businesses

It won't happen because we've been conditioned to believe white commerce is superior to any black businesses that exist in Amerikka.
 
Most black people want to support their own but our experiences tell us otherwise.

NorthStar's Days In Black History

NorthStar's Days In Black History  April 22
 
1949 ----- Spencer Haywood, who successfully challenged the National Basketball Association's eligibility rule in a case that went before the U.S. Supreme Court, was born on this day in Silver City, Miss.  

Haywood moved to Detroit and in 1967, he led Pershing High School to state basketball title.

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