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No heavyweights in ‘Friday Night Fights’

No heavyweights in ‘Friday Night Fights’

Jan. 8 | But the smaller guys put on a good show   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Downtown Minneapolis was the site where ESPN2’s “Friday Night Fights” made its season debut last week. “This city has a lot of boxing history,” said Warriors...

Restoring the ‘Beloved Community’

Restoring the ‘Beloved Community’

Jul. 24 | How the enslaved African was stripped of his humanity   I want to take a moment to remember with our readers how and when the African was forcefully brought to the Americas; it happened during the 1400s. This time in our existence on earth...

Obama’s African trip showed U.S. ‘commitment’ to the region — Bishop Tutu’s welcome: ‘Your victory is our victory’

Obama’s African trip showed U.S. ‘commitment’ to the region — Bishop Tutu’s welcome: ‘Your victory is our victory’

Jul. 17 |       By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   In spite of criticism and skepticism, President Barack Obama’s recent Africa trip has the potential to reap benefits for both this country and the African continent. Prior to the trip,...

African inventor addresses worldwide crisis of sanitation

African inventor addresses worldwide crisis of sanitation

Jan. 2 |   Lack of toilets, water overuse will bring the crisis to the U.S., engineer predicts   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Human waste disposal and how to properly manage it has been a recognized environmental issue since 2008 when the United...

An African Election: a look at Ghana’s 2008  presidential election

An African Election: a look at Ghana’s 2008 presidential election

Oct. 3 |  Producers hope to inspire U.S. Blacks to get out to vote      By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Both political parties are doing almost anything to win this national election. Not the upcoming U.S. presidential election but An African...