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Some Members Of The Congressional Black Caucus Oppose The Idea
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg does not want consumers to use their food stamps to purchase soft drinks because these beverages are a leading cause of diabetes and obesity, two ailments prevalent in the black community.
Ronald K. Noble, Secretary General of Interpol, reportedly is under consideration as the new director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The F.B.I.'s current director, Robert S.
But some charge he has not done anything for blacks
Although President Obama recently received a bump in his poll numbers following the death of Osama Bin Laden, his popularity among white voters remains low.
Study Also Supports Belief that the First Humans Evolved in Southern Africa
A study in a recent edition of Science suggests that human language first developed in Southern Africa, possibly around 50,000 years ago, and then spread around the globe as early humans left Africa and migrated to the rest of the world.
Researcher Quentin D.
Asthma Rates Increase For Black Children
The Centers For Disease Control (CDC) reports that asthma rates grew by 4.3 million people between 2001 and 2009 with the highest rates occurring among black children.
Week of May 7 to May 13
1800 – On this date the founder of the settlement which would grow to become the city of Chicago, Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable, sold his property and left the settlement.