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1 Year Later, Arizona's Immigrant Networks Are Stronger
April 22, 2011
One year after AZ Gov. Jan Brewer signed the bill into law, making it a state crime to be an undocumented immigrant in Arizona, immigrant networks have grown stronger. ...
National Black Journalists: Cable News Networks Moving Backwards
July 01, 2010
BET Networks Releases "African Americans Revealed"
February 04, 2010
BET Networks analyzed data from more than 80,000 consumers to understand the values, interests and lifestyles of African Americans and the relationship their personal aspirations, family structures, media preferences and product consumption serve. The ...
BET Networks Releases New Comprehensive Study, 'African Americans Revealed'
January 28, 2010
Networks Improving Hispanic Presence - On Both Sides Of Camera
January 08, 2010
Social Networks Help Hispanics Prepare
December 17, 2009
Insufficient Progress Has Been Made By Major U.S. TV Networks In Diversity
December 08, 2009
BET Networks Enters Into Partnership with Live Nation
September 21, 2009
BET Networks today announced that they have teamed up with the world's largest live music company, Live Nation, to produce a series of U.S. club and theater tours including ...
BET Networks Covers Pres. Obama's First 100 Days
April 29, 2009
BET NETWORKS ANNOUNCES NEW SHOWS, A NEW BRAND STRATEGY AND A NEW NETWORK AT ITS 2009 UPFRONT PRESENTATION
April 24, 2009
MSU American Indian students detail challenges, support networks
March 26, 2009
No Smooth Ride on TV Networks’ Road to Diversity
March 18, 2009
In October two prominent cable networks — CNN and Comedy Central — began new programs only to cancel them 5 months later. Is this a step backwards? ...
ACLU Wants Info On Boston Police Surveillance
August 19, 2011
Civil rights groups want to know more about the Boston Police Department's surveillance of political activists and protests and what it does with the collected information. The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts and the National Lawyers Guild of Massachusetts have filed a lawsuit on behalf of eight Boston-area political groups and four individual activists. The groups want the department to disclose information ...
Study: Black Men HIV Diagnosis Varies By Method
August 12, 2011
The odds for effectively detecting HIV in African-American men vary by method, researchers have found. The study, which appears in the Annals of Behavioral Medicine, suggests that HIV-prevention efforts must be multi-faceted, taking into account differences in within this demographic. The study was done by ...
Civil Rights Museum Presents 20th Anniversary Freedom Awards
August 11, 2011
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the National Civil Rights Museum, the 2011 Freedom Awards will be given to select individuals for their contributions to civil and human rights, education, the arts, sports community, justice and for their dedication to creating opportunity for the disenfranchised. Honorees this year include Danny Glover, Cicely Tyson, Bill Russell, Alonzo Mourning, the Reverend Jesse Jackson, among others. The Freedom Awards is a global civil rights event, part of the mission ...
Obama To Address Latino Convention
July 21, 2011
Black Radio Network will be carrying the webcast of the National Council of La Raza's annual convention live from Washington as President Barack Obama will join national leaders from the business, government, and nonprofit sectors. The conference will be held July 23–26 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel and will feature issues vital to the Latino community and all Americans: education, the economy, health care, immigration reform, and more. ...
Study Shows Latinos Need Better Sun Protection
July 20, 2011
Latinos might have darker skin but they still need to do a better job to protect themselves against the sun, according to a study appearing in the July issue of Archives of Dermatology. The study says as Latinos begin to acculturate in the U.S. culture, they become more concerned with their skin and use more sunscreen – but they still have a long way to go in skin cancer prevention. While they begin wearing sun screen the longer they are in the country, they don’t, for example, wear sun-protective clothing like long-sleeve ...
NAACP Criticizes New CNN Programming
July 07, 2011
The NAACP is expressing its disappointment today in CNN for their newly announced prime time news lineup, which continues a multi-network trend, excluding African Americans from prime time slots as anchors and hosts. ...
Poll: 1 in 5 African Youth Plan To Start A Business
June 30, 2011
Gallup surveys in 27 African countries and areas underscore the interest young people in the region have in entrepreneurship. A median of one in five Africans between the ages of 15 and 24 who are not already business owners say they plan to start their own business in the next 12 months, although they are less ...
Latinos Absent From News Desks
June 29, 2011
Latino groups are calling for more of a presence in the Sunday morning talk show arena. Today the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts (NHFA), together with the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF), The LIBRE Initiative and Being Latino are launching a social impact project called: The Art of Politics. ...
Minority Homeless Rate Drops
June 20, 2011
HUD’s annual report reveals how the Recovery Act’s Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP) helped to mitigate homelessness in America. ...
Hispanic Organizations Get Behind AT&T-T-Mobile Merger
June 07, 2011
The commitments that AT&T is making as part of this proposed merger will resonate strongly in Latino communities. ...
Black Women Attorneys Head Straight To Corporate Jobs
June 07, 2011
Gender was perceived as more of a barrier to advancement than race and/or ethnicity, but this did not deter in-house women of color from setting high goals for advancement. ...
Blacks Support Mobile Phone Merger
June 02, 2011
Collectively, the signatory groups represent the approximately 40 million African Americans in the United States. ...
Notre Dame Partners To Boost Minorities In The Boardroom
June 01, 2011
Chicago United seeks to assure that African-American, Hispanic and Asian-American executives are well-prepared for directorships. ...
Minorities Rely On Social Media For Activism
May 31, 2011
African Americans and Hispanics are significantly more likely to believe that they can help get the word out about a social issue or cause through online social networks. ...
Black Film Festival To Honor Wayans
May 27, 2011
In recognition of his success in the film and television industry for nearly 25 years, Wayans will be honored with the Entertainment Icon Award. ...
Latino TV Network Finishes 2011 Season Strong Audience Growth
May 26, 2011
Univision to finish 2010-2011 broadcast season as the only top 5 broadcast network with audience growth in primetime. ...
BLACK MOVIE MYTH
May 24, 2011
Minority-Led Startups Accelerator Program Seeks Entrepreneurs
May 23, 2011
“Minority groups are under-represented in startup ventures and we believe supporting minority entrepreneurs will provide them with greater opportunities.” ...
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