Many were outraged when The Advocate, a University of California at Los Angeles student publication, recently found that seven Planned Parenthood (PP) offices they contacted were willing to accept financial donations to be specifically used to abort Black babies. "Not a single Planned Parenthood representative expressed outrage or concern at the racism behind donations specifically "to reduce the number of blacks," reads "Abortions Earmarked for Race," which ran in the publicationâ€™s winter edition.
The recent flap over Chicago liberation theologian and Obama supporter Jeremiah Wright has finally given the right wing enough ammo to begin its blitzkrieg against Barack Obamaâ€™s presidential bid. Wrightâ€™s fiery oratories on racism and American imperialism have whipped the jackboots of Fox News into an orgiastic heat in their mission to out Obama as a radical black nationalist.
COLUMBIA-Hoping to bounce back, from an upset lost to rival Coppin State, in the championship game, in the womenâ€™s division of the recently held Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament, the North Carolina A&T State Aggies were supposedly geared up to play against host South Carolina, in an opening game of the WNIT Friday night (Mar.21).
Coppin State loses out to St. Maryâ€™s in play-in tilt
DAYTON, Oh.-Making a NCAA Tournament appearance for the first time in several seasons, Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC)-affiliated Coppin State experienced a short run recently.
TUTU stands for "Teach You to Teach Us." This is the message this fourth grader wants to convey to her peers. And sheâ€™s doing it with her own jewelry line.
With the South Carolina presidential primaries a thing of the past, the next election in Columbia garnering unprecedented attention is that of City Council.
This paper is from a public seminar by New York City teachers who presented, with evidence from their own classrooms, the proven success over three decades of the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method, at the not-for-profit Aesthetic Realism Foundation in New York City. This method is based on principles stated by Eli Siegel, founder of Aesthetic Realism:
ATLANTA-With itâ€™s quarterfinal round two-point (89-87) loss to then fourth-ranked Tennessee, in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Tournament Friday (Mar.14), South Carolina ended a very lackluster season, with a 14-18 worksheet.
CHARLOTTE-Playing for one its goals for the season, Clemson, which hadnâ€™t been in such a position since 1962, came really close to realizing such an accomplishment, at Bobcats Arena, during a battle for the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Tournament championship Sunday (Mar. 16) versus No.1 rank North Carolina.