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10/9/2007  

Africa and Aboriginal Tuesdays: Venezuela's Chavez on Moral Crusade


10/8/2007  

Politics Mondays: Do You Know These People?


10/5/2007  

Hip-Hop Fridays: Chess, Hip-Hop Merged To Help Youth by Barbara Grady


10/4/2007  

"Business and Building," Obedience To Our Father(s), And Matthew 25


10/3/2007  

More On The BlackElectorate.com "Business and Building" Black-Owned Bank Initiative


10/2/2007  

Supporting The BlackElectorate.com "Business and Building" Community Development Initiative: Toward Holistic and Sustainable Communities.


10/1/2007  

Politics Mondays: Justice Clarence Thomas' "My Grandfather's Son" by Armstrong Williams


9/28/2007  

Hip-Hop Fridays: Bomani Armah Releases 'Jena 6' Song To Continue Movement


9/27/2007  

Applying Mathematical Theology, Street Knowledge, Spirituality, Principles, Rational Thought, The Scriptures, and The Wisdom of the Ages to the Problems of Original People in The Western Hemisphere and All Over The World - An Invitation to Atheists, Agnostics, Hebrews, Jews, Christians, Muslims, Gods and Earths, Unitarian Universalists, Jehovah Witnesses, Baha'is, Buddhists, Rastafarians, Nuwabians, Freethinkers, Humanists, Vodouisants, Santeros, Practitioners and Experiencers of African Traditional Religions and Spirituality, Experiencers and Practitioners of Indigenous Spirituality and Traditions, Scientologists, Spiritual Nomads, Truth-Seekers, and Those Of Us Who Are Well, Just...'Here'


9/26/2007  

Wall St. and Business Wednesdays: Shopping Heaven Comes To Anti-Apartheid Bastion


9/25/2007  

Africa and Aboriginal Tuesdays: Why Is Ethnic Self-Determination Becoming Selective? by Addis


9/24/2007  

Politics Mondays: Jena and "Business and Building" by Cedric Muhammad


9/21/2007  

Hip-Hop Fridays: EEOC Alleges Novellus Employee Was Fired For Complaining About Rap Lyrics


9/20/2007  

Theology Thursdays: U.S. Working to Reshape Iraqi Detainees. Moderate Muslims Enlisted to Steer Adults and Children Away From Insurgency by Walter Pincus


9/19/2007  

BlackElectorate.com Selects One United Bank In Black-Owned Bank Initiative


9/18/2007  

The BlackElectorate.com 'Business and Building' International Affairs Initiative: "The United States Of Africa-Diaspora Advocacy Group"


9/17/2007  

Cynthia McKinney To Advise BlackElectorate.com "Business and Building" Political Action Initiative


9/13/2007  

Hip-Hop Fridays: New Awards to Highlight Rap's Positives by Melanie Sims


9/12/2007  

Wall St. and Business Wednesdays: Money - Bulgaria, Bosnia, and Jamaica by Dr. Steve H. Hanke


9/11/2007  

Africa and Aboriginal Tuesdays: Excerpt From An Unbroken Agony: Haiti, from Revolution to the Kidnapping of a President by Randall Robinson


9/9/2007  

"What Is The Matter With You That You Help Not One Another?" The ‘Politics’ Of Producing Black Unity by Cedric Muhammad


9/7/2007  

Hip-Hop Fridays: New Generation of Dance Music Ignores Artistic History Of Rap by Bryan Kennedy


9/6/2007  

Theology Thursdays: London Christians Unite In Peace Initiative To Tackle Gang Culture


9/5/2007  

Wall St. and Business Wednesdays: CM Cap Signs Hip-Hoppreneur Bomani Armah


8/29/2007  

The BlackElectorate.com 'Building and Business' II Weekend - October 26th through October 28th, 2007: "Many Parts, One Body"


8/28/2007  

Africa And Aboriginal Tuesdays: Mandela Urges Black Leaders To Tackle Inner-City Conflict by Hugh Muir


8/27/2007  

Politics Mondays: Black Power's Powerful Legacy by by Peniel E. Joseph, Ph.D.


8/24/2007  

Hip-Hop Fridays: For Rap Stars, Business Is Overtaking Music by Eric R. Danton


8/23/2007  

Theology Thursdays: Haiti Priest Calls For National Unity by Stevenson Jacobs


8/22/2007  

Wall St. and Business Wednesdays: A Revealing Look At Bob Johnson by George Curry


8/21/2007  

Africa and Aboriginal Tuesdays: Black Dollars Go Everywhere But To Blacks by Joel Gibson and Debra Jopson


8/20/2007  

Politics Mondays: Marcus Garvey's Electoral Journey by Karl F. Watts


8/17/2007  

The BlackElectorate.com 'Building and Business' II Weekend - October 26th through October 28th, 2007: "Many Parts, One Body"


8/16/2007  

Theology Thursdays: Roman Catholic Bishop Wants Everyone to Call God 'Allah'


8/15/2007  

Wall St. and Business Wednesdays: Viacom Gives $1.5 Million to MLK Project


8/14/2007  

Africa and Aboriginal Tuesdays: Sierra Leone - Who Might Lead the Country to Stability?


8/13/2007  

Politics Mondays: Firebrand Lenora Fulani To Seek Citywide Office by Karla Schuster


8/10/2007  

Hip-Hop Fridays: Are Rap Artists Responsible For The Explosion Of Gang Culture? by Ed Caesar


8/9/2007  

Theology Thursdays: Mega Churches Equal Mega Economic Power


8/8/2007  

Wall St. and Business Wednesdays: China's Trillion-Dollar Reserves Start Search For A Home by Marcus Gee


8/7/2007  

Africa and Aboriginal Tuesdays: In Africa The President Is The Giver And Taker by Nicholas Sengoba


8/6/2007  

The Basis Of Black-Latino Unity Is Not Political by Cedric Muhammad (July 24, 2001)


8/3/2007  

Hip-Hop Fridays: Black Coffee Channel Launches Bomani Armah "Read A Book" BET 106th and Park Vote Campaign


8/2/2007  

Theology Thursdays: James Cone


8/1/2007  

Wall St. and Business Wednesdays: Who Killed Black Radio News? by Black Commentator


7/31/2007  

Africa and Aboriginal Tuesdays: Survival Of The African Soul In The Caribbean by Selwyn Ryan


7/30/2007  

Politics Mondays: Ex-Offenders Register To Vote by Ken Morgan


7/27/2007  

Hip-Hop Fridays: Akon Says 'Hip-Hop Doesn't Need Offensive Words'


7/26/2007  

Theology Thursdays: The Legacy Of Albert Cleage (Jaramogi Abebe Agyeman)


7/25/2007  

Wall St. and Business Wednesdays: NABHOOD Promotes African American Hotel Ownership by Glenn Haussman


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