dailyphoto080228.jpg“Gangster” rides to top of DVD charts
“American Gangster” outgunned best picture Oscar nominee “Michael Clayton” to top the latest DVD sales and rental charts, according to data issued Wednesday. “Gangster” with North American box office earnings of $129.8 million, sold an estimated 4 million units during its first week in stores, the period ended February 24. (Continue Reading…)

Nation’s Economic Woes Hit Black Workers Hardest
All workers have suffered in the seven years that President Bush has been in office. But black workers, even those in unions, have been hit hardest. African American incomes are dropping at the same time fewer African Americans belong to unions. (Continue Reading…)

Outcry in SA over ‘racist’ video
Several white students in South Africa face criminal charges after allegedly forcing black campus employees to eat food that had been urinated on. A video has surfaced which appears to show the students instructing five elderly workers to drink beer and perform athletic tasks. (Continue Reading…)

Lawmakers to push for U.S. apology for slavery
Five states did something over the past 12 months that no state had done before: expressed regret or apologized for slavery. This year, Congress, which meets in a Capitol built partly by slaves, will consider issuing its own apology. (Continue Reading…)

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