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Hollywood Foreign Press Association Honors Morgan Freeman
Actors Morgan Freeman, Idris Elba and Octavia Spencer are golden.
By Frederick H. Lowe
The Baltimore City Public Schools, a majority African-American school system where the dropout rate is declining and the graduation rate is climbing, is offering 10 weeks of Saturday classes to help students improve their math skills.
by Frederick H. Lowe
Labor-market segregation consigns black men to low–wage jobs despite their educational achievements and their abilities to interact successfully with customers, according to an Economic Policy Institute Briefing Paper.
Wisconsin Judge to Hear Challenge to Voter ID Law
A circuit court judge this morning will hear the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin challenge to the state's photo ID law, which, if enforced, would prevent large numbers of black voters from casting ballots in the 2012 presidential election.
January 19 through January 25
1907 ----- The Pittsburgh Courier was founded by Edwin Nathaniel Harlston, a security guard with an avid interest in literature.
Soul and funk saxophonist, Jimmy Castor, 71, head of the Jimmy Castor Bunch, died of apparent heart failure in Las Vegas on Monday, according to family members who spoke to the press.
The Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) will host screenings of “Red Tails” when the movie opens on Friday nationwide.
Westchester, Ill.-based OBAP will host students in Dallas/Ft.