The Barack Obama Democratic Club of Upper Manhattan is the newest political club in New York City. They are an independent, multi-ethnic force for progressive politics in the neighborhoods of Washington Heights, West Harlem/Hamilton Heights, and Inwood. The group is made up of committed local residents working to make sure that their community’s voice is [...]
Republicans all over the country find themselves backed into an ideological and political corner: their dogma has brought the country, and their party, to ruin. The candidate they called an evil, terrorist-loving, foreign-born socialist is in office and widely popular, while they and their beliefs are reduced to irrelevant minority status. If you thought they [...]
GQ questions in bold. Steele on Connecting with the Hip Hop Community I was kinda expecting hip-hop to be playing in here today. Aw, sh-. It’s on my, uh, computer there. I haven’t pulled it up yet, but I’ll get a little bit goin’ in a second or two. Okay, so tell me about this [...]
RNC Chairman Michael Steele is coming to NYC on April 1st. To find out how to have coffee with him, click here. He will also be meeting with people in Miami, Chicago, Dallas and LA.
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Chuck D and D. L. Hughley have a discussion with Michael Steele, Chairman of the Republican National Committee. They discuss Steele’s suggestion for the Republican Party build a relationship with members of the hip hop community to diversify the Republican party.
According to the New York Times, Governor David Paterson’s approval rating is the lowest of any governor in the past 27 years. Granted the 1,045 registered voter sample was small, very small compared to the millions of New Yorkers, but could it be accurate? Is Governor Paterson really doing bad or is New York’s high [...]
Jill Nelson, one of my favorite writers from Harlem, wrote an article called “The Audacity of Whiteness” in the Huffington Post highlighting a not so new problem in journalism. The lack of diversity in the media. She writes: I know its bad form to mention race and upset the new post-racial apple cart, the one [...]
Last week we wrote an article on Michael Steele being named Chairman of the Republican National Committee making him the top man in the Republican Party. Everyone on the web has been buzzing about Barack Obama and Michael Steele, two Black men, having the two most powerful positions in the country. At the end of [...]
Michael Steele, Republican National Committee Chairman ****** The Republican National Committee (RNC) has selected Michael Steele as its party chairman. Steele is the first Black to hold the office and will serve until January 2011. With Barack Obama as President and his election to this office, both major political parties in the United States (Democrats [...]
On inauguration night, Barack and Michelle Obama will make their first stop â€“ and dance their first dance â€“ at a ball that will be Webcast to living rooms and community centers around the country as part of the Presidential Inaugural Committeeâ€™s plan to make this the most accessible swearing-in in history. (more)
Sunday, January 18, 2009, 12 noon Please join us as we celebrate the inauguration of President-elect Obama and Democratic victories up and down the ticket, in blue states and red ones … the election of two new pro-choice Democratic women senators, two pro-choice Democratic women governors, and 12 pro-choice Democratic women to the U.S. House [...]
Bushed: When a person suffers from bad publicity and starts to look and sound like George Bush. Ex: You just got bushed. — Dante Lee ***** To read more about Bush’s final press conference, click here.
Columbia University’s Butler Library ***** Lee C. Bollinger, president of Columbia University, is inviting students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends to join together to watch the presidential inauguration of 1983 Columbia College graduate Barack Obama. A large video screen will show the inauguration live on its Harlem campus. Like the actual event on the Mall [...]
The William J. Clinton Foundation today published its list of all contributors since its inception in 1997, with gratitude for the contributions they have made to sustain the work of the Foundation and its charitable initiatives. The seven initiatives include: the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative, the Clinton Global Initiative, the Clinton Climate Initiative, the Clinton Hunter [...]
New Yorkers for Norman Siegel will be holding a birthday bash for civil rights attorney Norman Siegel as they rev up the campaign to elect him NYC Public Advocate in 2009. The program for the evening features guest speakers State Senator Eric Adams, former ACLU Director Ira Glasser, Vanessa Ramos, Deputy Director for Policy at [...]
I look forward to serving in the Obama administration and while I cannot yet reveal what my exact role will be, I can assure you that President-Elect Obama and I are eager to get started building a new world. One that is green and sustainable. There is an economic crisis taking place in financial centers [...]
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