TGR: Happy Birthday, Michael Eugene Johnson :: Baltimore's Own!
Who is Michael Eugene Johnson? He is a blessing to Baltimore. The youngest of 11 children, Michael Eugene Johnson inherited his unwavering belief in human rights from both his parents. His mother, Keevie, a Registered Nurse, was part of a 1969 demonstration led by Coretta Scott King to urge Johns Hopkins Hospital workers to unionize. His father, Albert, was a member of A. Phillip Randolph’s Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, the first successful African American trade union.
In short, he gets his activism honestly. Read in Full >>
If Obama Loses, what's plan B? by Dr. Wilmer Leon
The 2012 election will be much different than the 2008 election. President Obama is not running against a failed George W. Bush administration; he’s running on his own record. He’s running against subtle and sometimes obvious bigoted rhetoric as well as the usual voter suppression tactics. Read in Full >>
Rev. Vernon Dobson, Founder of the Maryland Food Bank, to be Honored: Sun., May 20th at St. Mark's
Sunday afternoon, May 20, 2012
St. Mark’s Institutional Baptist Church
Bentalou and Lanvale Streets
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COMMENTARY: The Goon Squad (Take:1) by Wendell Phillips
The “Goons” were problem solvers. There is a “tendency to romanticize what we did”, says Bascom, “but it wasn’t rocket science”. They assessed the hurts and pains of the community, they evaluated how or if elements within the realm of their chosen profession – read “calling” – helped exacerbate those hurts and if so, they set out to right wrongs then and there. In some cases their calling afforded them the opportunity to reach large populations at once and mobilize them.
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BMORENEWS.com, The News Before the News!
With visitors from over 140 nations around the world, BMORENEWS gets on average 1.2 million hits per month. Peep our promo, designed by Mr. Rondy Griffin. Read in Full >>
Unapologetically Black Endorsement of Anthony Muse for US Senate
: Cardin's campaign ads speak to blacks as if they are stupid: "Ben's my friend!"
This is but part of why C. Anthony Muse gets my vote and my endorsement for Tuesday, April 3rd
’s primary election. Unapologetically black, I approve this message. Sure, I know that Meyer Cardin was the patriarch of possibly the state’s most powerful Jewish family. However, the immediate needs of the black community – locally, nationally, and globally - is my first priority, and always will be.
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PICS :: "Muse for US Senate" Visits Eden's Lounge for Thursday Staple Event: WOMEN OF POWER Networking Event :: EMedia
On Thursday, March 15th - the group featured C. Anthony Muse, candidate for US Senate in the Tuesday, April 3rd Primary Election. Keep Visitng www.BMORENEWS.com
, the news before the news where we uncover the truth! Read in Full >>
On the Next "Empower Hour" (3.20.12 @ 10 am): NJ-based Journalist Charmil Davis Discusses Life & Times of Rep. Donald Payne
On Tuesday's edition of "Empower Hour", she will share some of her thoughts on the life and times of longtime NJ Rep. Payne and the lessons she learned from him. Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: Black Political Progress Lacking in 2012 Maryland: Pushing Qualified, Committed Black Leadership
Be clear: I am for ALL people getting their due benefits. And that's exactly why I, as a servant of the community, push a black agenda.
Time and time again, when I have raised these pertinent concerns – I hear every excuse in the world as to why black folks cannot get their needs addressed. Every time, somebody else’s agenda supersedes ours. Like Fannie Lou Hamer said, "I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired." Read in Full >>
NJ Governor Chris Christie Delivers His State of the State Address
This past week New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie continued to address education reform, charter schools, voucher programs, taxes, and bail reform in his second State of the State Address. The Governor campaigned on the slogan "Bringing our Cities Back" when opening a campaign headquarters in Newark during his gubernatorial run. The campaign initiated by the Christie administration aims to revamp urban education and implement resources to retain businesses in cities that will provide economic sustainability and job opportunities for residents. Education and violence in urban New Jersey are crucial topics and have been a continued problem for years! Read in Full >>