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Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

NEWS NIBBLES

by A.man.I

OBAMA VS. CLINTON
Of course all eyes are on Philadelphia today. Senator Clinton is hoping for a big win, while Obama is hoping it will be close. My Urban Report producer Chip Dizard is on the ground there, and will be bringing us reaction from voters at the exit polls.

TURNING WASTE INTO FUEL
Since it’s Earth Day, I figured I’d share a link to a video I produced a while ago about an invention that turns liquid waste into a natural gas substitute. It’s called Magnegas.

CNN VISITS THE AUC
CNN anchor/correspondent TJ Holmes is visiting Clark Atlanta University today. He’ll be there from 11am-4pm for the final stop of the network’s Black in America HBCU Tour. The tour is promoting CNN’s citizen journalism portal iReport. Click here for more information.



Monday, November 5th, 2007

HEADLINES

MEGAN WILLIAMS MARCH – NATIONAL LEADERS A NO SHOW
About 700 people marched for justice on Saturday for Megan Williams according to reports. Williams was attacked and tortured and sexually assaulted in October by six people in West Virginia.

Rally organizers promised national black leaders like Al Sharpton. He didn’t show up.

It’s good to see people continuing the spirit of activism, but the crowds came nowhere close to Jena Six. No Sharpton, Jackson, or tens of thousands of marchers, and no media swarm.

Is it that the community, and the media doesn’t care about brutal crimes committed against women? What do you think?

PROTESTS CONTINUE AGAINST VIACOM NETWORKS
Crowds continue to gather outside of the homes of Viacom executives every Saturday according to the New York Times. The protests started in mid Sept. against BET’s chief executive Debra Lee, and in Oct. folks started gathering outside of Viacom’s president Phillipe Dauman’s home.

People have been protesting against the negative images of Blacks and Latinos portrayed on MTV and BET. To learn more about the campaign, visit EnoughIsEnough.

RAPPER LUDACRIS WANTS RUNAWAYS TO COME HOME
Ludacris is getting media attention for the Runaway Love campaign. November is National Runaway Prevention Month and the Chicago Sun Times recently spoke to the rapper about his relationship with the National Runaway Switchboard. Ludacris wrote a song “Runaway Love,” to raise awareness about the problem.

“I wrote it to tell kids that they don’t have to run away, there are other solutions. But this was much more than a song. It became a movement.”

With rappers so often making headlines for the negative, it’s good to see Luda working to make a difference.

Speaking of Hip-Hop artists working to make a difference, the Hip-Hop Summit’s Financial Empowerment Tour is making the rounds.

Saturday, business mogul Russell Simmons, producer Jermaine Dupri, and rappers like Young Joc were among those who spoke to young people in Atlanta about making wise financial decisions.



Thursday, October 25th, 2007

HEADLINES

B-MORE MURDER EPIDEMIC GETS ATTENTION
On Oct. 28, several Baltimore organizations including Justice Maryland, Associated Black Charities, and the NAACP, are planning an event to put a face on the more than two hundred homicides in the city.

The groups will arrange to have as many volunteers as there have been city homicide victims to date this year (as of press time, that number was 244) lie down in War Memorial Plaza in view of City Hall and Baltimore Police Department headquarters. Each person will hold a number that corresponds to a homicide victim.

People who attend the rally will be asked to sign a pledge card to fight for the end of violence in Baltimore.

TUPAC SHAKUR SITE VANDALIZED
A statue of Tupac Shakur at the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts in Stone Mountain Georgia has been vandalized, but there are different takes on what type of crime occurred. A spokesperson with the center says a noose was placed around the neck of the statue, but Dekalb County police say it wasn’t a noose, but an orange nylon string with a cross attached.

MAGIC JOHNSON HONORED
Former NBA star Earvin “Magic” Johnson has been honored with the Freedom Award from the National Civil Rights Museum.

The museum’s Lifetime Achievement Award was awarded to Johnson for his philanthropic and business enterprise in urban communities, the Web site said. Johnson is chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises, which owns or operates business ventures in 22 states.

Two other individuals, President of Liberia Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and historian Dr. John Hope Franklin were recognized with Johnson.



Monday, October 1st, 2007

HEADLINES

AFRICANS CONCERNED ABOUT NEW US COMMAND
Some Africans fear that the US military’s new African Command (AFRICOM) will increase conflict in the region.

“‘The US military will only bring more harm to Africa,’ said Bile Abdi, an unemployed worker in Somalia, where US soldiers were killed during a disastrous “humanitarian” intervention in the early 1990s.”

US military officials say plans do not call for an increase in military bases other than the one that currently exists in Djibouti.

MO’ MONEY PROBLEMS FOR VICK
An Indiana bank is suing Michael Vick’s Atlanta based Divine Seven LLC, for 2 million dollars. The claim is that the company failed to repay a January loan for dozens of vehicles.

BET ANNOUNCES HIP HOP AWARDS NOMINEES
BET announced the nominees for the 2007 BET Hip Hop Awards to be held in Atlanta. TI leads the nominations with 9 awards followed by Little Wayne who’s been nominated for seven. Click here for the list of award nominees.



Tuesday, September 25th, 2007

HEADLINES

U.S. COAST GUARD ACADEMY DEALS WITH NOOSE INCIDENTS
The U.S. Coast Guard Academy in Boston is expanding race relations training after two separate incidents involving nooses. One was found in a black cadet’s bag on July 15.

The second appeared in the office of a white female officer who conducted a race relations training class after the first incident.

INCREASED SECURTY FOR JENA 6 FAMILIES
Authorities in Jena Louisiana are keeping a close eye on the families of the Jena six after a racist web site posted the addresses and phone numbers of the families last Thursday.

The web site reportedly featured racial slurs, a swastika, and the personal info was posted, “in case anyone wants to deliver justice.”

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MISSING CHICAGO BUSINESSWOMAN
Federal authorities are helping in the search for 28-year-old Nailah Franklin who was reported missing on Sept. 19.

Her car has been recovered, and Chicago police are going to use high tech equipment from the FBI to continue the search.

ON TV TONIGHT
Little Rock Central 50 Years later: HBO 8pm
Hip Hop vs. America (3-part special): BET 8pm



Friday, September 14th, 2007

HEADLINES

by A.man.I

PHILLY LOOKING FOR 10,000 GOOD MEN
Philadelphia’s police commissioner says he needs help from the community, and is asking 10,000 black men to help reduce crime by “patrolling” the streets.

According to reports, there have been 294 homicides in the city his year. Most of the deaths involve handguns and young black males.

COMMUNITY PUSHING FOR HATE CRIME CHARGES
Church leaders are asking prosecutors to file hate crime charges against the six people who kidnapped and tortured Megan Williams.

Prosecutors haven’t ruled out filing hate crimes charges, but say they are focusing on “the most serious crimes.” Logan County Prosecutor Logan Abraham is asking for patience.

MASTER P GOES BACK TO SCHOOL
Thursday rapper Percy Miller aka Master P visited Monroe Middle School in S. Carolina to talk to students about education, financial responsibility, and having a positive vision for success.

Master P who sold millions of records as a gangsta rapper has vowed to clean up his rhymes and has started a label that will feature clean music.



Monday, September 3rd, 2007

HEADLINES

CONTROVERSY OVER MANDATORY HIV TESTING AT NIGERIAN COLLEGE
Covenant University, a private Christian university in Otta Nigeria has drawn criticism over a new school policy that requires new and graduating students to be tested for HIV.

OPRAH RAISING BIG BREAD FOR OBAMA
Oprah Winfrey is throwing a ritzy, star studded fundraiser for Sen. Barack Obama. Tickets are selling for $2,300 each and stars such as Will Smith, Jaime Foxx, and John Travolta are reportedly on the guest list.

BEYONCE TO TONE IT DOWN FOR MALAYSIAN CONCERT
Beyonce is reportedly going to show “less flesh than usual,” for an upcoming performance in the Muslim-majority country Malaysia.



Tuesday, August 21st, 2007

HEADLINES

by A.man.I

MICHAEL VICK TO PLEAD GUILTY
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick has agreed to plead guilty in his federal dog fighting case. His attorney Billy Martin was quoted in the AJC as saying:

“Mr. Vick has agreed to enter a plea of guilty to these [federal] charges and accept full responsibility for those actions and for the mistakes he has made.”

Vick faces fines, prison time, and his NFL career appears to be down the drain.

OBAMA BELIEVES MORE BLACKS WILL VOTE IF HE’S NOMINATED
Presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama says that Black voter turnout will reach 30 percent if he’s wins the presidential nomination. Obama believes that Black voters in the south will give Democrats victories in states that have traditionally voted Republican.

AFRICANS FIGHT FOR LAND SEIZED BY COLONISTS
A documentary entitled “Stolen Heritage: Land, Poverty and the Legacy of British Colonial Rule in Kenya” details the poverty of nomadic groups in country who’ve been displaced by the seizure of their land during colonial rule. In one region, 65 percent of the land that once belonged to the Massai tribe is now occupied by whites. The situation has caused impoverished conditions for the Massai who don’t have enough land to live their nomadic life.



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