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Voting Rights Violations Still Widespread
November 23, 2012
Anti-Black attitudes are increasing. Fifty-one percent of all Americans, an increase of 3% over four years, now express such attitudes, according to a recent Associated Press poll. ... read more »
Voices On: The Democratic National Convention
August 28, 2008
Question: With the start of the National Democratic Convention in Denver this week, what is your feeling about Barack Obama? Tara Wright, Consultant, Lynwood Unified School District, ... read more »
Voices on: The sudden deaths of Bernie Mac and Isaac Hayes
August 14, 2008
Question: What is your reaction to the sudden deaths of Bernie Mac and Isaac Hayes? AL JOHNSON –  Isaac Hayes and Bernie Mac are icons, legends before their time. ... read more »
Voices on: Challenges for African Americans
January 10, 2008
Question: As we contemplate the accomplishments of Martin Luther King, Jr. and anticipate the success of Barack Obama, what do you think are the biggest challenges facing Blacks in 2008? ... read more »
Voices on: Happiness for the New Year
January 3, 2008
Mary Armstrong, Office Manager, Los Angeles, CA – A happy new year for me will include maintaining a loving and harmonious relationship with my family, continuing with my challenging job, ... read more »
Voices on: Resolutions for 2008
December 27, 2007
Delilah Lanoix-Harris, SMS Transportation, CEO, Los Angeles, CA – As a business owner, I will continue to grow my business and increase revenue so that we are in a position to hire even more individuals from our community. ... read more »
Voices on: What Are We Thankful For?
November 22, 2007
Mary Armstrong, Office Manager, Los Angeles, CA – I am thankful that I was able to be at my daughter’s side following a life-threatening aneurysm and for the fact that she has recovered completely. ... read more »
Voices on: Considerations for Barack Obama
October 4, 2007
  Carrie McClain, Photo-grapher/Student, Los Angeles, CA—Of course Blacks should support Obama. He is not only Black, he is also honest, smart, likable and has a chance to be the first Black president. ... read more »
Voices on: African American Fire Chief
September 27, 2007
  Dr. Amen Rahh, Rahh Consulting Group, Compton, CA—We are making progress in those areas however; our real progress should be measured in terms of our collective advancement in the areas of education, ... read more »
Voices on: Jena 6
September 20, 2007
  Shana Kern, Chaffney USD, Campus Security Officer, Rancho Cuca-monga, CA— The school officials should have taken action at the beginning to punish the Black and White kids who were involved in this matter. ... read more »
Voices on: Villaraigosa Affair
July 12, 2007
Queen RA, Life Coach, Los Angeles, CA—I could care less about his personal life. I have had an opportunity to meet with him some time ago and he gave me his full and undivided attention. ... read more »
Voices on: Illegal Immigration
June 29, 2007
SGT. CHARLES BRAGGG, U.S. Army Recruiter, Los Angeles, CA— No. We should return them to their country of origin and let them apply for citizenship just as we would require for any other foreign national. ... read more »

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