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Nigerian Terror Suspect: This Apple Fell Too Far From the Tree

USAfricaonline, Commentary, Chido Nwangwu Dec 28, 2009

Farouk Abdul Mutallab, the Nigerian man accused of attempting to blow up a Northwest Airline plane on Christmas Day, has robbed his father of his "mild-mannered" reputation, writes USAfricaonline publisher Chido Nwangwu.

Filipino Priest-Chef Feeds Both Body and Soul

Asian Journal, News Feature, AJPress Dec 21, 2009

When not busy teaching future priests at the seminary, Father Leo Patalinghug hosts a web and cable cooking show.

NAM Stimulus Investigation

Minority Businesses Shut Out of Stimulus Loans

New America Media, News Report, Aaron Glantz Dec 17, 2009

Loans handed out to struggling small businesses as part of President Barack Obamas stimulus package have largely shut out minority businesses -- especially those owned by Blacks and Latinos -- according to data provided by the federal governments Small Business Administration (SBA) to New America Media (NAM). Traduccin al espaol

Will Fighting Global Warming Kill Jobs or Save Lives?

TheLoop21.com, News Analysis, Alyssa Giachino Dec 16, 2009

As President Obama arrives at the Copenhagen Climate Summit this week, he will once again have to straddle international and domestic concerns, most likely to the satisfaction of none.

Racial Tensions Between Black and Asian Students Boil in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Tribune, News Report, Robert Hightower Dec 09, 2009

Racial tensions have come to a boiling point at South Philadelphia High School, where some Asian students are not showing up for class following an attack by African-American pupils

FDIC: Minorities, Poor Have Less Access to Banking Services

Washington Afro , News Report, Staff Dec 09, 2009

According to the FDICs National Survey of Unbanked and Underbanked Households, 9 million households, a total of 17 million adults, were unbanked.

CBC Plays Hardball with Obama on Behalf of Black Businesses

Black America Web.com, News Report, Jackie Jones Dec 07, 2009

The Congressional Black Caucus is putting the hurt on President Obama by refusing to support financial reform legislation until he comes up with an acceptable plan to support minority businesses.

The Princess and the Frog

NNPA, Review, Dwight Brown Dec 07, 2009

The character of Tiana, the creation of writer/director Ron Clements and writer Rob Edwards (Roc, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, In Living Color, A Different World) is a Black Snow White with backbone.

Back on Track, Smart on Crime

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Min Lee and Ann Bassette Dec 04, 2009

San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris's innovative program for first time drug offenders -- Back on Track -- puts her 'Smart on Crime' ethos to work.

Black Leaders and Obama Face Off Over Jobs

NNPA, News Report, Hazel trice Edney Dec 04, 2009

African-American joblessness nearly twice the national rate - is quickly becoming the first showdown between Black leaders and the nations first Black president.

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