Sunday, 07 October 2012 10:43
Cloves C. Campbell, Jr.
A few years ago NNPA was holding its annual board meetings in March in Washington, D. C., then, Senator Barack Obama walked in the room in the room to welcome the Publishers to Washington. He also indicated he wanted to share some news with us. The news was that he was planning on seeking the office of the President of the United States of America. There were some young and many older Publishers in the meeting. He said if any of us would like to talk with him in the lobby, he would be happy to share his thoughts. I remember many of the Publishers being very excited.
Thursday, 04 October 2012 12:11
Irma McClaurin, PhD
I’m not sure who is coaching President Obama, but I hope they just got fired. As someone who has worked in media, given hundreds of speeches, taught university courses, and given many poetry readings, one thing I’ve learned is that people like a performance! And that’s what was missing from President Obama’s presentation in the first debate.
An event of national and international significance will take place in Minneapolis on October 11-13, 2012. The Roy Wilkins Center for Human Relations and Social Justice of the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota will host the 4th World Conference on Remedies to Racial and Ethnic Economic Inequality. This free conference will interest all those who see, every day, the consequences of inadequate education, housing, health care, and income. It is an opportunity to learn from and interact with prominent researchers and policy makers from around the world who are committed to finding solutions.
Saturday, 29 September 2012 08:54
By Abeni Hill, Insight Intern, firstname.lastname@example.org
SEVILLE, SPAIN - Hello Insight Readers! Hope autumn is treating you well, it is still a scorching 90 degrees over here in beautiful Seville. These past few weeks I have been spending part of my time in a classroom (three hours a day, five days a week to be exact) reviewing the ever so important grammar rules of the Spanish language.
Friday, 28 September 2012 15:42
Alfred Babington-Johnson, His Works United
This November the citizens of Minnesota will vote on a proposed constitutional amendment that would require presentation of a photo ID before voting. This is a part of a national effort to suppress the voting power of people of color, the elderly, immigrants, college students and military personnel. We are not confused about the negative impact passage of this proposed amendment will have on African Americans, and the insult it would be to the blood that has been shed to win our right to vote.
WASHINGTON, DC – Thursday, Minnesota faith leaders traveled to the nation's capital to meet with top Obama Administration officials at the White House about implementing bold solutions to the housing crisis that has enveloped Minnesota.