This month at the Indiana Black Minority Health Expo, I delivered the keynote address before a group of people eager to learn more about the benefits of eating a nutritious diet and how it plays an important part in preventing and reversing many of the health problems that continue to plague our community.
The group was receptive to the information, as much as I was eager to present it to them via facts, figures and illustrations.
by Cloves C. Campbell
Last week I penned an article titled "Show Me The Money." The article questioned whether the "Black Vote" was being taken for granted by the Obama campaign (as evidenced by) the small amount of resources allocated to the Black Press and other black entities.
by Cloves Campbell Jr.
There are less than 100 days until voters throughout the country cast their votes for the next president of the United States of America as well as candidates for U.S. Senate, the House of Representatives, state legislatures and city councils. The campaign war chests for President Obama and Mitt Romney total almost $3 billion! However, as of this writing, not one dollar has been spent in the "Black Press."
Fear of the unknown is an unpleasant emotion – much like walking into a darkened room and not knowing what lurks within. That's the way some people feel about getting a colonoscopy. If you haven't had one, the thought of such an invasive procedure may scare the wits out of you.
The majority of patients do well after a colonoscopy. But there could be serious side effects, if
Conservatives continue to assert that anti-poverty programs have failed when, in fact, they have saved millions of people from plunging into poverty.
"Fox News," the house organ for right-wingers, has led this disinformation campaign. Let's examine what two network contributors said on the same day (July 23, 2012):
by David L. Horne, Ph.D.
NNPA News Service
On Thursday, July 27, in one of the very few programs the Obama administration has specifically targeted and titled for black Americans, President Obama issued an executive order creating the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans, which will be housed in the secretary of education's office.
If you don't follow Olympic gymnastics, you may not have heard about Gabrielle Douglas before this year. But the amazing grace of this 16-year-old African American propelled her to Olympic gold last week, and she is the first African American to win an individual medal in gymnastics.
Indeed, her performance toppled the Russians, who have portrayed themselves as unbeatable. So unbeatable, as a matter of fact that the winner of the silver medal, Viktoria Komova, "sobbed uncontrollably" because she so expected to win.