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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

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Convicted former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and his family now know where he will serve his prison sentence.

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A woman's body was found buried under mounds of trash inside a southwest suburban house.
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Harry Belafonte -- Where is the rage of our leaders?

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Belafonte - "Where are (our) leaders? What's missing is that rage."

It was both a walk down memory lane and a call to action when singer, actor, civil rights activist and international humanitarian Harry Belafonte spoke at St. Sabina Church.  Part of a Black History Month program that also brought Princeton Professor Cornel West to the South Side church on Sunday, Belafonte, espousing incendiary views on racism and capitalism for six decades, did not hold back during his presentation Friday night.

Take A Young Black Man To Worship Day

The Black Star Project's Million Father Movement is partnering with the most dynamic force in the Black community-the Black church.  Black churches, mosques, temples and synagogues across the country are working together on "Take a Black Male to Worship Day," Sunday, February 26. 2012.  Faith-based institutions throughout America are participating in this event.  Please email blackstar1000@ameritech.net or call Bruce Walker at 773.285.9600 to bring this effort to your city, to receive a complete organizing kit or for guidance concerning this event.   Participating faith-based institutions will be listed in our national directory.
Major Learn and Earn PTA Parent Conference
Saturday, February 18, 2012
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
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University of Illinois Chicago
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     1007 West Harrison Street
                Chicago, Illinois
Keynote by 
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University of Chicago  

Race still matters, nonprofit leader says

February 8, 2012
Race still colors everything, according to one of the most powerful women in the nation's nonprofits.  From disproportionate numbers of minorities incarcerated, to their high rates of unemployment, infant mortality and chronic diseases, America's deep-rooted racism is to blame, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's vice president for program strategy, Dr. Gail Christopher, declared in a keynote address at the Ritz-Carlton Tuesday night.
Omaha to Broadcast Segments on Black Male Mentoring from Across The United States
1690am 'The One' will conduct "Live call in Radio Interviews" with every city that's participating in the The Black Male Achievement Mentoring Initiative. Starting, Jan. 31, 2012 until Feb. 28, 2012 cities can schedule a 15-30 minute 'Live Interview' to highlight your community mentoring initiatives. Please schedule by calling 1690am 'The One' owner, William King at 402-714-6482.
To hear your City interview Click on the links below to download our Free Radio App Today or Search:1690am
This is one of the best options for educating Black students in America -- Saturday University!!!
Please call 773.285.9600 to learn how to start a Saturday University in your city.  We have 15 free Saturday Universities operating in and around Chicago.  Please call 773.285.9600 to register your child for free academic enhancement or for more information about Saturday University.
The New Jim Crow Is An Instant American Classic
 "Much like a great explorer, Michelle Alexander has discovered another America-a bizarro world where prejudice and discrimination have replaced truth and justice. An America that is as intent on destroying young Black men as it is at proclaiming its passion for freedom and fairness. Even some of the most conscious and best-intentioned Americans can't see The New Jim Crow and their roles in supporting it.  Michelle Alexander holds a mirror up to America and reveals a monster!
Phillip Jackson, The Black Star Project

National "Hidden Colors" viewing marathon proposed by Milwaukee Black Male Achievement Forum

On Wednesday, January 18, 2012, representatives from four Milwaukee Black owned centers met at the Coffee Makes U Black restaurant to plan an area marathon showing of the DVD "Hidden Colors:  The untold Story of People of Aboriginal, Moor and African Descent."

Trial Opens For Michigan 'Militia'

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The Big Story, By Gene Lyons
For the record, the priest who married my wife and me in 1967 advised us that we could in good faith practice birth control. He reasoned that as Pope Paul VI was then preparing an encyclical regarding faith and sexuality, young Catholics could reasonably assume that church dogma regarding contraception would soon change to reflect contemporary realities: specifically that a couple intending to bring children into their marriage might legitimately seek to do so in their own time.

A university chaplain, he no doubt understood how the combination of Rome's authoritarianism and theological nit-picking tended to drive educated young people from the church. Anyway, everybody knows how that worked out. Next came Humanae Vitae, Pope Paul VI's 1968 doubling down on the church's blanket condemnation of artificial means of birth control -- a blast from the medieval past as most American Catholics now see it. READ MORE
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One explanation is ignorance, i.e., that when a troupe of U.S. Marines posed in Afghanistan with a flag bearing the logo -- a double "s" in the shape of lightning bolts -- of the Schutzstaffel, or SS, the military and police arm of the Nazi Party, they had no idea what it was. If that's the best case scenario, it indicts the facts-optional "truthiness" that often dominates political debate. READ MORE
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Featured Column: Ellen Chesler
Two things we can be sure of: Whoever emerges from the bloodbath of the GOP contest will try and backtrack from the birth control extremism of the primary. And Obama supporters, backed up by the advocacy community, will in turn stand ready to pounce on this inevitable flip-flopping. READ MORE
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Law & Order
This weekend, five more journalists from a Rupert Murdoch-owned British tabloid were arrested as part of an ongoing bribery investigation. The arrests have once again raised questions about whether Murdoch's News Corp. might face prosecution for bribery in the U.S. under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Reuters reported last week that U.S. authorities are "stepping up investigations" of the possible bribery by Murdoch employees. READ MORE
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Today In Stupid
Rick Santorum has a new TV ad running statewide in Michigan, which promotes an eyebrow-raising claim from right wing pundit Glenn Beck: "Santorum is the next George Washington." READ MORE
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On Monday, the government showed jurors automatic weapons, vests and other military gear seized when the nine members of the "Hutaree" militia were arrested in southern Michigan, Indiana and Ohio in March 2010. "They wanted to start an armed confrontation," said Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher Graveline. "The war to them meant patriots rising up against the government." READ MORE
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