Monthly Archives: November 2008

Prince Delivers Another “Controversy”!

On November 24th, New Yorker magazine will publish a controversial interview given by Prince. It is said by insiders to include Prince’s take on his legacy, music and  religious beliefs. Becoming one of Jehovah’s Witnesses about five years ago, Prince

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America Elected Its’ First African American President. Now What? A Commentary On Where African Americans Go From Here

Editors Note: When the results came in from Ohio, Virginia and Pennsylvania Tuesday, November 4, 2008, it became quite evident that Barack Obama had won the election. President-Elect Barack Obama made history by becoming the first African American to be

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In Memoriam: Miriam Makeba, Mama Africa, (1932-2008)

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President-Elect Barack Obama Holds His First Press Conference

President-Elect Barack Obama held his first press conference Friday with his transitional economic advisory team behind him. Below is a transcript of that press conference: Obama: Thank you very much, everybody. Thank you very much. This morning, we woke up

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BREAKING NEWS: “We’re Out Of Money!” Says GM

Friday GM officials announced that the nations largest automotive maker sustained major third-quarter losses at a sum of $2.5B. Officials say that during the current quarter, GM has used $6.9B, which means that GM “will approach the minimum amount necessary to

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President-Elect Barack Obama’s Victory Speech In Grant Park

  Remarks of President-Elect Barack Obama (as prepared for delivery) Election Night Tuesday, November 4th, 2008 Chicago, Illinois If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible; who still wonders

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President-Elect Barack Obama!! First African American In U.S. History To Become President!

  Senator Barack Obama walked away with 338 votes from the electoral college to cement his place in United States history as the first African American to sit in a seat of power in the Oval Office. President-Elect Barack Obama

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