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The U.S. Justice Department has filed a federal lawsuit against a Wisconsin landlord, alleging that he refused to rent apartments to African-American applicants.
By Frederick H. Lowe
Four organizations concerned with wrongful convictions have announced a nationwide tour to explore policy reforms to prevent prosecutorial misconduct, a complex issue that has often resulted in innocent people going to prison.
By Linn Washington Jr.
London - As a United Nations official, Dr.
Poet, essayist and playwright Amiri Baraka will be honored by the Hurston/Wright Foundation at the organization's 10th annual Legacy Award Ceremony Thursday, Nov. 10 at Oxon Hill Manor in Oxon Hill, Md.
Week of November 5 to November 11
1867 – The first Reconstruction Constitutional Convention takes place in Montgomery, Ala. In attendance were 90 whites and 18 blacks.
by Frederick H. Lowe
An African-American group that promotes corporate diversity from a unique position—inside the board rooms of Fortune 500 companies—recently celebrated a milestone.
This year's October surprise could be that the unemployment rate dropped below 9 percent. That is what Gallup Daily Tracking is predicting.