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Nike Unveils Pacquiao Billboard in Hollywood

Asian Journal, News Feature, Joseph Pimentel Oct 27, 2009

Recognizing Filipino Americans' buying power, Nike has installed a giant billboard in Hollywood, featuring the image of Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao.

Waters Calls for More Lawsuits to Prevent Foreclosures

LA Sentinel, News Report, Staff Report Oct 26, 2009

According to Realty Trac-an online foreclosure tracking service-foreclosure filings reached a record high in the third quarter of this year, with over 937,000 foreclosure filings during that period.

Black Male Dropouts Lead Nation in Incarceration

Louisiana Weekly, News Report, Staff Oct 26, 2009

On any given day, nearly 23 percent of all young Black men ages 16 to 24 who have dropped out of high school are in jail, prison, or a juvenile justice institution in America.

RACE BAITING: Giulianis politics of fear

Amsterdam News, Commentary, Herb Boyd Oct 23, 2009

When Rudy Giuliani recently appeared with Mayor Bloomberg in Brooklyn, he unleashed a firestorm of incendiary comments. Most alarming for some of his backers was what Bill de Blasio charged as veiled race baiting by the former mayor.

Los Angeles Fights for Transportation Dollars

LA Sentinel, News Report, Staff Oct 23, 2009

Los Angeles area's congressional representatives are saying the Metropolitan Transportation Authority needs to choose projects with more of a regional impact.

Where are the Black NFL Owners?

Washington AFRO, Commentary, Perry Green Oct 22, 2009

The last time a Black man came close to becoming an NFL majority owner he ended up settling for less. Reggie Fowler agreed to buy the Minnesota Vikings for $635 million, but became only a limited partner.

On Health Care, 'We're Going to Get There'

NNPA, News Report, Hazel Trice Edney Oct 22, 2009

The Senate Finance Committee passed a $829 billion bill, giving hope that a national health care program may indeed become a reality. But, there are still monumental tasks on the horizon.

An Author and a Gentleman

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Ann Bassette Oct 22, 2009

Author Enitan Bereola stopped by KMEL's Street Soldiers to talk about his new book Bereolaesque: The Contemporary Gentleman & Etiquette Book for the Urban Sophisticate and the modern concept of being a gentlemen in today's society.

Senate Approves Cell Phone Jamming

Washington AFRO, News Report, Melanie R. Holmes Oct 20, 2009

Carl Lackls mother holds onto that hope to deal with the heartbreak of losing her son. Since his murder two years ago, Margaret Shipley has been pushing for the Safe Prisons and Communications Act of 2009.

HIV Infections Increasing Only Among Gay Men

NNPA, News Report, George E. Curry Oct 19, 2009

Gay and bisexual men account for more new HIV infections in the U.S. 53 percent than any other population group. Moreover, this is the only risk group in the nation in which the annual number of new HIV infections is increasing.

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