You Are Here: Home » 2013 » September (Page 24)

The Birmingham Museum of Art uses contemporary art to commemorate Civil Rights bombing

The Birmingham Museum of Art uses contemporary art to commemorate Civil Rights bombing ...

Read more

The IBW Black paper seeks to energize activists

IBW Black Paper was to suggest strategic directions for the future and to reignite movements for democracy and social change. ...

Read more

Why Dr. King wouldn’t be invited to the 50th Anniversary of the March On Washington

Why Dr. King wouldn’t be invited to the 50th Anniversary of the March On Washington ...

Read more

Wow: 11 year-old is co-valedictorian of his senior class, fluent in Chinese and about to start college

child superstar wants to become a quantum physicist, scored a 1770 on the SAT and was co-valedictorian of his high school senior class ...

Read more

LA LEE CommunityTour

...

Read more

SENATOR BULLARD TO HELP KICK OFF “FLORIDA SPEAKS” TOUR

In light of recent events and debates in Florida, the Office of State Senator Dwight Bullard, Democratic Black Caucus of Florida, ACLU of Florida and Florida Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials have come together to launch the “Florida Speaks Tour” scheduled to kick off in Pensacola, Florida on Saturday, September 14, 2013 at Bethel AME Church. The Florida Speaks tour is a series of town hall assemblies ...

Read more

Miami Dolphins Press Release – The FINSIDERS Debut on FOX Sports Florida on September 9, 2013

 Miami, FL – With the 2013 regular season starting this week, Miami Dolphins fans looking to have more interactive and unique content for their favorite team will have the opportunity to do so when The FINSIDERS makes its television premiere,September 9, 2013 on FOX Sports Florida. The show will air every weekday afternoon from 5-6 p.m., 52 weeks during the year.   "This partnership represents another step ...

Read more

Court rules police were not allowed to enter suspect’s rectum to retrieve cocaine

By Your Black World A court ruled on Monday that when a doctor temporarily paralyzed a man to pull crack cocaine from his rectum, he also violated the suspect’s Fourth Amendment rights. Felix Booker of Tennessee was pulled over for driving with expired tags, but police used drug sniffing dogs to determine that he had drugs on his person. Also during the stop, police became suspicious after Booker continuall ...

Read more

George Zimmerman’s Wife Pleads Guilty to Perjury

By Your Black World      The wife of George Zimmerman, the self appointed night watchman who fatally s**t unarmed teen Trayvon Martin, pleaded guilty  to a misdemeanor perjury charge on Wednesday. Charges were brought against Shellie Zimmerman after she lied to a Florida court about her family’s income during a bail hearing. As part of the plea deal, Shellie Zimmerman avoids a felony perjury charge and is s ...

Read more

Site Designed By NoRegretMedia.com

Scroll to top