DR. JABARI PREMPEH (left) and Colone Pearson, J.D., are fraternity brothers, members of Omega Psi Phi, but they will be rooting for different teams. Prempeh graduated from
Miles, 23, is a native of Milwaukee, and attends Alabama State University. Patton, 23, is a native of Dallas and attends Southern University and A&M College.
This year the roadies will be traveling to colleges around the country in a new 2007 Expedition customized by hip-hop and car aficionado
Some of the most heavily discussed positions were the attorney general and the secretary of state offices.
Amos Williams won the Democratic Party’s nomination and will face incumbent Attorney General Mike Cox in November.
A national publication recently printed an article that said more books are now being purchased by Black people (especially women), a sure indication that they are reading more. Which would be a good thing except for the fact that too often the books are trashy novels — Borders Books puts them in the “African American Fiction” category — with titles like “Baby Momma Drama,” “Payback is a Mutha,” “I
Since I am cooking for one, I can easily slap together a sandwich or enjoy a salad. I refuse to turn on the oven, stove or microwave for fear that they may combust! On days like this, I need a Popsicle. You’d think the ice cream man would be out, but I haven’t heard one single chime. Maybe all of his ice cream melted!
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