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President Bush announces the death of Ronald Reagan and issues a Proclamation.

Supreme Court rules Bush can open US highways to Mexican trucks

(WASHINGTON) - The Supreme Court of the United States ruled June 7 that President Bush can open U.S. highways to Mexican trucks, bringing the United States into compliance with a provision of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

White Enrollment in Law School exceeds applications for Whites by 22%, study shows

(DAYTON , Ohio) – The percentage of whites in law school significantly exceeds the percentage of Law School Admission Council (LSAC) applications that are from whites, according to a study conducted by a University of Dayton School of Law professor.

Preschool students open local businesses

(DAYTON, Ohio) - For the seventh year, faculty, staff, and students at Gorman Elementary have transformed their building from a typical school to a hands-on village, called "Gormantown."

NY Spitzer steps up Fight against “Car-Finance Racial Bias”

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer reached a deal with a big Albany car dealership that he said Wednesday should prevent blacks and Hispanics from being charged more than whites for financing. CLICK: Money Scene

First truth-in-financing auto law proposed

CHICAGO, Jan. 29 (UPI) -- Illinois ' attorney general has proposed the nation's first truth-in-lending auto financing law to require dealers to fully disclose how much they make on the markup on loan interest rates. [This could serve as a template to eliminate all racial bias in financing charges for consumers]. CLICK: Money Scene

HUD announces aid for elderly and disabled

HUD has awarded $44,368,243 million in grants that will be used to aid self-sufficiency in the elderly and disabled  For more CLICK

Children's books harming Black children, psychologist says

Washington , DC - Dr. BraVada Garrett-Akinsanya, a clinical psychologist, says "children as early as 3 years old recognize the differences between being Black or being White." During this period in early childhood African American children discover that being white has its advantages. They quickly incorporate the notion that being Black is a negative trait, while being White is a positive one.


Tom Joyner Morning Show mocks Black-Owned newspapers

(DAYTON, Ohio) – Recently, on the Tom Joyner Morning Show, he and his staff made deplorable and disrespectful remarks about African-American-Owned newspapers that warrant an apology. Editorials

Black Newspaper Publishers dream of Equality and Respect

ST. MAARTEN, Antilles (NNPA) - As America’s Black Press continues its traditional role of protecting and defending the rights of African-Americans, the 177-year-old institution still has a dream of equality of its own, says the chairperson of the National Newspaper Publishers Association, a federation of more than 200 Black-owned newspapers.  Click:  Editorials





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