In case you missed it last night…
CNN’s Anderson Cooper hosted a very informative, open discussion, town hall meeting show titled, “Race and Justice in America II,” which takes an up close look at the racism against African-Americans and hidden bias that often goes unspoken in America, and surfaces in unexpected ways.
The open discussion panel guest are: with Grammy nominated hip-hop artist Nas; BET’s Michaela Angela Davis; David Webb, co-founder of Tea Party 365; New York Times Op-Ed Columnist Charles Blow; and Andre Perry, founding Dean of Urban Education at Davenport University.
Watch the 50 minute full discussion below:
In a recent interview with ‘Democracy Now‘s Amy Goodman, Dr. Cornel West compared President Obama to a “global George Zimmerman” for his unethical drone war attacks on innocent children in Muslim countries.
Watch the interview below:
Rachel Jeantel, the friend who was on the phone with Trayvon Martin when his fatal confrontation with George Zimmerman began, told CNN’s Piers Morgan on Monday night that she is “disappointed, upset, angry, questioning and mad” at Zimmerman’s acquittal on murder charges.
(Breaking Black News) – Michigan State Senator Joe Hune of Livingston County is fed up with welfare recipients receiving free government checks.
Now for the second time, Hune is sponsoring legislation to make it mandatory that welfare recipients do community service and past a drug test to receive their checks.
Last fall the legislation bill failed, but Hune thinks that this time around it will pass.