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Voters in Parma, Missouri voted in their first African-American female mayor. Tyrus Byrd will be sworn in as mayor on Tuesday evening, April 14, at the Parma Community Building. According to Mayor Randall Ramsey, five out of six police officers … Continue reading
Before Jessie, Before Barack, Before Hillary, there was Shirley Chisholm (1924-2005). She was the first black woman elected to the United States Congress (NY 12th District, serving 7 terms) and the first African-American to run for the Presidency of the … Continue reading
Jimmy is back! He’s running for mayor of New York City, again. Jimmy McMillan has updated his anthem tag-line “The Rent Is Too Damn High” spruced it up and released a pretty hip video. I agree with Jimmy; the rent … Continue reading
Jeff Parker’s take on the electorate. Do you agree?
I don’t live in Miami-Dade county but, if I did I would support “Uncle Luke.” He singlehandedly created an outlet for the recording industry in the city. I believe he represents a positive change and break of the status quo in … Continue reading
Wyclef in this commentary explains his inspirations and further illuminates his reasons for running for President of Haiti. Wyclef Jean: Inspiration All Around.
I posted an earlier story about Ieshuh Griffin that explains what prompted the lawsuit. Here’s a follow-up; I wonder if she will follow Judge Panda’s advice? Court rejects ‘not the white man’s b**ch’ candidate.
I posted Wyclef’s reasons on why he is running for president of Haiti, now Marjorie Valbrun from the Root, writes an open letter to Wyclef on why he should not. Why Wyclef Should Not Run for President of Haiti.
Read in his own words why Wyclef Jean is running for President of Haiti. Wyclef Jean: Open Letter: Why I Decided to Run for President of Haiti.