Cervical cancer affects more than 11,000 women worldwide annually. According to the National Cancer Institute, African-American women are 40 percent more likely to develop cervical cancer and twice as likely to die from it. Continue reading
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Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele is urging New York City voters to oust Democratic Rep. Charles Rangel.
Steele appeared at a campaign rally in Harlem on Tuesday with Rangel’s GOP opponent, Michel (MY’-kuhl) Faulkner which HW twittered about today.
Faulkner is a minister and former professional football player. Steele calls him a strong representative of the “new” Republican Party. Continue reading
One thing is very clear in the controversy now swamping Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele: The RNC very much wants to stop talking about it. Continue reading
By Richard Prince for the Journal-isms
Just days after his show made news when GOP Chairman Michael Steele disparaged Rush Limbaugh — for which he later apologized — comedian D.L. Hughley is ending his Saturday night CNN show, “D.L. Hughley Breaks the News.”
“D.L. approached CNN about being permanently based in Los Angeles, where his family lives. To accommodate this, we agreed upon a new role where he will be a contributor for the network based in Los Angeles. We are eager to continue our relationship with D.L., who is a tremendous talent and a valued colleague,” according to a CNN statement. Continue reading
Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele may have made an enemy of conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh. Steele, the RNC’s first African American chairman, defended his leadership in an interview with CNN’s D.L. Hughley Saturday, during which the host suggest that Limbaugh was the Republican party’s “de facto” leader. “I’m the de facto leader of the Republican Party,” Steele retorted. “Rush Limbaugh is an entertainer. Rush Limbaugh, his whole thing is entertainment. Yes, it’s incendiary. Yes, it’s ugly.” Limbaugh responded to the comments on his nationally-syndicated radio show Monday, saying that the chairman was off to a “shaky start.” Continue reading
The sidewalks of Harlem’s main thoroughfares are wide and inviting, and in the 1960s the kids playing “boxball” shared the asphalt squares with some of the greatest orators in creation. Continue reading