Hampton University and Wall Street Journal Articles

Hampton University and Wall Street Journal

With only 13% of African Americans in higher education, these colleges [HBCUs] awarded nearly 30%

of all undergraduate degrees earned by African American students in the science, technology,

engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines; 50% of all bachelor’s degrees in teacher education received

by African American students; and 85% of Doctor of Medicine degrees acquired by African Americans

Letter to the Read the rest

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INTRODUCTION to Blacks, Unions, & Organzing Articles

INTRODUCTION to Blacks, Unions, & Organzing

 

Blacks, Unions, & Organizing in the South, 1956-1996

A DOCUMENTARY HISTORY

 

Compiled by Rudolph Lewis

INTRODUCTION

By Rudolph Lewis

With the exception of several summaries, an address by Thurgood Marshall to the AFL-CIO Convention, an article from the New York Times Magazine, and Section 6, the materials contained in this manuscript can be found in the AFL-CIO … Read the rest

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Invasion of Zimbabwe and Western Hypocrisy Articles

Invasion of Zimbabwe and Western Hypocrisy

Ethiopia and Kenya are well known for supporting the US war against terrorism and have offered their countries as launch pads for these wars. People are maimed and killed, but despite police and security force brutality there is hardly a whimper of the magnitude of the thunderous noise heard about Zimbabwe.

 

No to invasion of Zimbabwe!

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In praise and support of Amiri Baraka Articles

In praise and support of Amiri Baraka

What is so ironic about the whole ordeal is that he attacked you for writing about how the Bush

 administration and other countries knew about the events that were going to take place on

the World Trade Center long in advance, and then he turns around and interviews other people

who are against the war in Iraq, and thus Bush. … Read the rest

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Libya Getting it Right: Pan-African Africa

Libya Getting it Right: Pan-African

Norah Owaraga noted that Libya, “unlike other oil producing countries such as Nigeria

and Saudi Arabia, utilized the revenue from its oil to develop its country. The standard

of living of the people of Libya is one of the highest in Africa, falling in the category

of countries with a GNP per capita of between USD 2,200 and 6,000.

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