The Paul Williams-designed residence is asking $4.6 million Constructed in 1933, this six-bedroom home in Hancock Park was designed by trailblazing African American architect Paul R. Williams for lawyer Gabriel Carlos Duque and his wife Mary McAllister—a distinguished socialite and philanthropist by all accounts. Show More Summary
The justices will not allow the state in the coming election to use a voting law that a lower court found was enacted “with almost surgical precision” to blunt the influence of African American voters. This is a developing story. It will be updated.
WASHINGTON — Mark Burns has done well for himself as a Donald Trump surrogate. The African American pastor, in his Twitter bio, says he “can be seen on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC & Fox Business Network” and provides a link to a Time profile titled “Meet Donald Trump’s Top Pastor.” He got a speaking slot [...]
The Black Lives Matter movement has drawn attention to the unique needs of African Americans. For many years oncologists have been focusing attention on disparities in outcomes among African American patients with cancer. Recently, the...Show More Summary
Republican Donald Trump on Tuesday night called Democrats the “party of slavery” and praised what he called the millions of African Americans with career success, as he tries to revamp his outreach to minority voters. Trump has made much-maligned efforts to appeal to black and Hispanic...
Donald Trump, in keeping with his recent strategy, spent much of his rally near Seattle Tuesday night explaining why African Americans should vote for him, this time seeking to use the Democratic Party's past ties to slavery and segregation laws to argue against voting for Hillary Clinton. "The Republican Party is the party of Abraham […]
Dear Governor Lepage, When I was young I invited an African American friend to Thanksgiving Dinner. I was a young white girl. We worked for the Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy knocking on doors for nuclear arms control and peace in Central America. Show More Summary
Dogged by allegations of racism and bigotry, Donald Trump has long struggled to connect with black voters. But a recent push by his campaign to reach out to the African American community had some supporters hopeful. So, how's Donald's outreach going? Not great. Show More Summary
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has caused a stir in the sports world by refusing to stand up during the National Anthem to protest how African Americans have been treated in the United States. I am not going to stand...Show More Summary
Donald Trump is heading to Detroit this week to visit a black church and to try to convince African Americans — and really, all voters — that he is not racist. It may be a tough sell. Some polls, including the Associated Press-GfK survey earlier this summer, suggest that half of Americans view...
It wasn't just white women who were taught that their looks were all-important. How's that for twisted equality?Display placards that promote fashions and hairstyles for African American women created for the grand opening of the Negro...Show More Summary
Sheriff David Clarke, did his part to help Fox News pretend that Donald Trump had done the black community a solid when he exploited an African American’s woman death to boast about his own (sure to come) popularity with blacks. As I...Show More Summary
Daily Herald reports, “The Illinois Tollway has received the Government Agency of the Year Award by the Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce in recognition of the agency’s efforts to increase opportunities for African American firms to participate on tollway projects.” The post IL Tollway Honored by Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce appeared first on Toll Roads News.
A top pastor in Donald Trump’s campaign who spoke at the Republican convention tweeted images of Hillary Clinton in dreadlocks and blackface Monday, arguing she panders to get African American votes. Pastor Mark Burns, who is black, said that the Democratic nominee “uses” black people for their votes, and included included a drawing of the…
Some fans are burning everything Kaepernick in light of the San Francisco quarterback’s sit-down stand against racism and police violence against African American males in America. Colin Kaepernick refused to stand at the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner”. He has that right. The fans have that right. They can alternately [...]
What do you know. Donald Trump is going to change up his usual African American voter outreach strategy of talking about black people in front of white audiences or tweeting about how people getting shot is an argument for voting Trump. Show More Summary
For many years whenever there is a racially charged incident-a shooting of an African American youth by a police officer, violence between racial groups in cities like New York or Los Angeles, racially tinged events on college campuses...Show More Summary
Submitted by Mac Slavo via SHTFPlan.com, It seems that Donald Trump’s recent speech urging black Americans to vote for him because of failing Clinton and Obama policies has not fallen on deaf ears. African Americans, who have for decades...Show More Summary
Donald Trump really kicked off the African American voter outreach over the weekend with a tweet revealing his compassion, concern, and selflessness—and he’s still at it. To recap, Trump’s immediate response to the shooting death ofShow More Summary
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