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Redskins' Taylor Dies After Shooting
Written by Associated Press 29 November 2007
MIAMI - Pro Bowl safety Sean Taylor died Tuesday after he was shot in his home by an apparent intruder, leaving the Washington Redskins in mourning for a teammate who seemed to have reordered his life ... read more >>
NAACP-National Urban League: A House Divided During War for Equal Justice
Written by Hazel Trice Edney 22 November 2007
NNPA - On the eve of yet another national march for racial justice last week, the NAACP and the National Urban League appear strangely on opposite sides of an important case of alleged racial injustice. ... read more >>
Md. Court Rejects Sniper's Appeal
Written by By Kristen Wyatt 08 November 2007
AP - Washington-area sniper John Allen Muhammad does not deserve a new trial in Maryland, a state appeals court ruled Monday (Nov. 5) in a sharply worded unanimous decision that compared Muhammad to ... read more >>
O.J. and Fred Goldman Face Lawsuit
Written by City News Service 08 November 2007
CNS - O.J. Simpson and Fred Goldman were united as defendants November 6 by a Los Angeles County man whose federal lawsuit claims they stole his ideas to create Simpson’s book “If I Did ... read more >>
Noose Creates Racial Tension for City Employees
Written by Marian Hubbard Jefferson 08 November 2007
NNPA - According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commis-sion the number of race-based discrimination cases in America has increased dramatically since 1980, when no such cases regarding nooses had ... read more >>
Woman to Testify on Pregnant Mom's Death
Written by Joe Milicia 08 November 2007
A high school classmate of a suspended police officer who is accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend pleaded guilty Monday (Nov. 5) to helping dispose of the body and agreed to testify against him. ... read more >>
Black Head of Merrill Lynch Forced to Resign
Written by Tao Leigh Goffe 08 November 2007
NNPA - E. Stanley O’Neal, the African-American chairman and CEO of the world’s largest brokerage firm, Merrill Lynch, was forced to resign last week after his company, which had invested ... read more >>
Georgia Court Frees Man in Teen Sex Case
Written by Daniel Yee, Associated Press 01 November 2007
AP - A former high school football star given 10 years in prison for having consensual oral sex with another teenager was freed Friday (Oct. 26) by Georgia’s highest court, which ruled that his ... read more >>
Justice Says Law Degree 'Worth 15 Cents'
Written by John Christoffersen 25 October 2007
AP - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has a 15-cent price tag stuck to his Yale law degree, blaming the school’s affirmative action policies in the 1970s for his difficulty finding a ... read more >>
Muhammad Nassardeen Laid To Rest, Mother Passes
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 25 October 2007
At a beautiful service in the magnificent sanctuary of the Crenshaw Christian Center, the body of Muhammad Nassardeen, the man who forever will be known for his positive, gentle, and business oriented ... read more >>
EXCLUSIVE: Meet Michelle Obama
Written by Christine Sabathia 25 October 2007
Empathy is just a small, seven-letter word but its significance is packed with such a strong influence that it could change an entire country, at least that’s the message the potential First (Black) ... read more >>
The Passing of an Icon
Written by Yussuf Simmonds (Managing Editor) 18 October 2007
– Sentinel File Photo This picture was taken on October 8, 2007 of Carl Dickerson (left), Sentinel President Danny J. Bakewell, Jr. (center), and Muhammad Nassardeen at Rev. Jesse ... read more >>
Black Woman Kidnapped, Raped, Tortured by White Clan
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 04 October 2007
Megan Williams is the 20-year-old Black woman from Charleston, West Virginia, the capital city of one of the nation’s most impoverished states disparagingly known as the ‘hillbillie’ ... read more >>
Obama: The Man and His Politics
Written by Yussuf Simmonds (Managing Editor) 04 October 2007
Barack Obama may be the junior senator from Illinois, but in thepresidential campaign polls, his progressive position on relevantissues seems to be resonating with the voters across the country. Senator ... read more >>
On The Road to Freedom
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 27 September 2007
As I stepped on the bus waiting to leave the Sentinel offices, I thought about the scene I had just witnessed.I saw hundreds of people of all ages coming together to make a statement against the treatment ... read more >>
Young Black Americans Ignite Black Power in Jena
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 27 September 2007
Baisden, Jackson, Sharpton Lead New Civil Rights Movement Jena, LA - The national Civil Rights Movement took on a bold new shape; a fresh new face far removed from the movement of the mid 1960s but ... read more >>
O.J. Squeezed in Las Vegas
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 20 September 2007
From his days as a shifting running back where his legs carried him to the coveted Heisman Trophy at USC, to his record breaking runs in piles of snow on the field for the Buffalo Bills in the National ... read more >>
L.A. Demands Justice for "Jena 6"
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 20 September 2007
By Kenneth MillerSentinel Managing EditorBy Evan BarnesSentinel Staff Writer POWER OF PRAYER:  Dr.  Rev.  Frederick O.  Murph leads more than three hundred supporters ... read more >>
Racism Deep-Rooted in 'Jena 6' Tragedy
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 05 September 2007
THE ROOT OF IT ALL: This is allegedly the “white tree” outside Jena High School where three nooses hung after a Black student sat underneath it in September 2006. The tree has since been cut down. As ... read more >>
Augustus Hawkins Oldest Living Congressman / Political Legend Turns 100
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 29 August 2007
Augustus “Gus” Freeman Hawkins was born August 31, 1907 to Nyanza and Hattie Hawkins in Shreveport Louisiana. Nyanza Hawkins, a pharmacist, was the son of a British explorer who traveled ... read more >>
New Orleans: Two Years Later
Written by Christine Sabathia 29 August 2007
Two years... 24 months... 730 days, whichever way you want to count, a second “anniversary” has passed since Hurricane Katrina forever changed the lives of New Orleans’ 400,000 residents. ... read more >>
Mandela Receives Award
Written by Yussuf Simmonds (Managing Editor) 15 August 2007
Dr. Maki Mandela, the eldest daughter of former South African President Nelson Mandela visited Los Angeles where she received the first international businesswoman of the year award from Women Working ... read more >>
NAACP Sues 11 Mortgage Lenders, Alleging Discrimination
Written by Jennifer English, CNS 19 July 2007
CNS—The NAACP has filed suit in Los Angeles against 11 mortgage lenders, including Ameriquest, Washington Mutual and Citigroup, accusing them of offering Black borrowers subprime loans with worse ... read more >>
Foucher Appointed Top Executive in New Orleans
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 19 July 2007
New Orleans native Noel Foucher, who is currently vice-president and one of only four members of the Bakewell Company’s executive management team, has been appointed by the company’s founder ... read more >>
Ex-Mayor in New Jersey Charged with Corruption
Written by Janet Frankston Lorin, Associated Press 19 July 2007
AP - Former Newark Mayor Sharpe James was indicted July 12 on corruption charges involving land sales and allegations that he spent extravagantly on himself and several women using city-issued credit ... read more >>

 

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