Posted on June 2, 2008 by midsouthblack
Black Marchers Protest Violence and Crime in St. Louis! Throngs of ministers, Black Panthers and other black men hungry for change marched through a historically black St. Louis neighborhood Sunday to protest violence, with women cheering them from the sidelines.
Crowds that organizers estimated at 50,000 walked to Tandy Park, across from Sumner High School, the first black high school west of the Mississippi River. It was there that one of Sumner’s famous graduates, the late Arthur Ashe, honed his tennis skills.
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Posted on September 20, 2007 by midsouthblack
Posted on August 28, 2007 by midsouthblack
How do you feel as an African American about The Michael Vick Case? Is the media making too big a deal out of it? Sure the brother did some stupid things, but is his punishment too severe for the infraction? Would a non brother get the same treatment that he has received so far?
USA Today News Story-After the Plea, What’s Next for Michael Vick and the Falcons?
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Posted on August 21, 2007 by midsouthblack
Michael Vick Pleads Guilty! Will he ever suit up again? Is this whole case being blown out of proportion? This guy was destined for megastardom, how could he make this mistake?
USA Today News Story-Ten Pressing Questions Surrounding Vick’s Case
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