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- Black Political Interests on Immigrant Rights: Evidence from Black Newspapers, 2000-2013. Williams, Kim // Journal of African American Studies;Dec2016, Vol. 20 Issue 3/4, p248
Historically, black leaders and institutions generally opposed immigration for economic reasons. Today, however, they largely support immigrant rights for reasons of principle and strategy. This article establishes and explores that change over time, using a content analysis of 1413 articles...
- FIAT JUSTITIA. // Collection of The Writings of John James Ingalls;1902, p277
The article presents a speech by U.S. Senator John James Ingalls, delivered during the consideration of the bill S.1121 of Senator Butler from South Carolina regarding the slavery in the U.S. on January 23, 1890, in which he discussed the effect of the abolishment of slavery on the population in...
- Blacks in trouble and need Black advice. Maddox, Alton H. // New York Amsterdam News;7/28/2005, Vol. 96 Issue 31, p12
This article focuses on legal status of African Americans. Prisons are built to warehouse the enemies of the state and not to simply imprison the violators of the penal laws. Freedom of movement and the right to privacy separate a free people from an enslaved people. To maintain control,...
- Immigration Economics. Munro, Neil // National Journal;5/12/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 19, p51
The article focuses on the immigration laws proposed by U.S. lobbyists and House members in response to a newspaper advertisement that highlighted the anger of working-class African-Americans about immigration levels. Anti-racism law is included in the proposal. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee...
- The Republican way. Jones, Joyce; Smith, Eric L. // Black Enterprise;Jun96, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p38
Reports on developments pertaining to legislation affecting African-Americans. Unveiling of an anti-poverty package of reforms by Congressman J.C. Watts; `HUBZone Act of 1996'; Hearings by the House Committee on Small Business. INSET: Legislative log, by J.J..
- Race and prosecution expenditures. Cameron, Samuel // Review of Black Political Economy;Summer90, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p79
Reveals that higher proportions of blacks were associated with lower per capita prosecution expenditures across the states of the United States for the year 1980. Issue of discrimination; Historical and economic determinants of prosecution expenditures.
- Tell us something we didn't already know: The corruption of disadvantaged business enterprise programs in Minneapolis. EDWARDS, RON // Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder;11/24/2011, Vol. 78 Issue 17, p3
The author commends the "Star Tribune" newspaper in Minneapolis, Minnesota for scrutinizing the issue of how fairness, justice and equality of opportunity for African Americans has been sidestepped by politicians in favor of laws, statutes and rules benefiting other groups.
- Detroit City Council, HP get ready for new year. // Michigan Citizen;1/13/2013, Vol. 35 Issue 10, pA6
The author reflects on the approaches of Detroit, Michigan City Mayor Have Bing toward African American communities and tax policies for residents of Highland Park (HP) which were indicative of disrespect, unjust and unfair assessment for African American residents.
- Chapter 3: DESOLATION'S EDGE. // Colors of Courage: Gettysburg's Forgotten History: Immigrants, W;Jan2008, p49
Chapter 3 of the book "The Colors of Courage: Gettysburg's Forgotten History: Immigrants, Women, and African Americans in the Civil War's Defining Battle" is presented. It explores the Confederate invasion of 1863 that posed a horrific threat to the African Americans in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania....