. : About me : .
. : Recent Posts : .
Health Concerns of Infants and Children (milk cons...
. : Archives : .
. : Favorite African American Female Authors : .
. : Scientific - Search Engines : .
. : DNA Links : .
. : Miscellaneous : .
. : Credits : .
. : Petitions : .
. : Alternative Media Links : .
Accuracy in Media Bahiyah Woman Magazine Black Electorate.com BlackNews.com BlackPressUSA Chicago Defender Democracy Now Election Coverage Free Press.org Media Matters for America The Atlanta Journal-Constitution The Black Commentary The Nation Truth Out.org Watching America
. : Government : .
. : Progressives : .
A Little Left of Centrist Afro-Net-izen American Hot Sausage Black Perspective & Introspection ChazAtlas Church of the Bad News Culture Kitchen Daily Kos Hungry Blues John Kerry For President Julius Speaks LaShawn Barber Exposed Marian's Blog Mak Attack! Naro% Negrophile Onblast Media Peace Garden Rob's Blog State of The Qusan Swerve Left Talking Points Memo That Colored Fella The Disgruntled Chemist The eve of the apocalypse The Huffington Post Tiger Tale Journal Where the Dolphins Play Undernews Xenophon
. : Conservatives : .
. : Moderates & Others : .
a peace of me Black Ambition black prof Black Refer Call 2 Arms Cincinatti Black Blog Coffee House Studio Dear World Diane S Dick Gregory Dominique EditorMom Emerging Pheonix Humanity Critic James Manning Midlife Crisis NativeAlien Pen & Paper Professor Kim's News Proviso Probe Serenity 23 Shavonne SonnyRedd Southern Diva The Daily Fix Underground Railroad
. : Inspirational : .
. : Blogs Featuring African Related Issues : .
. : Social Networking Online Community for Black Professionals : .
. : Webrings : .
Wednesday, May 04, 2005A very nice tribute to Emmit Till over at culturekitchen.com
An excerpt from CultureKitchen.com: This is what American terrorism looks like: The mangled face of a young African-American boy named Emmit Till (a before and after picture of Emmit is shown). The author said - The images of Emmit Till have haunted me for years. The story began innocently enough: In 1955, Till traveled from Chicago to Mississippi to spend the summer with relatives. His mother, Mamie Till Mobley, was reportedly apprehensive about letting her outgoing son spend the summer in Jim Crow Mississippi. Her worst fears were confirmed. A very nice tribute to Emmit Till, a young boy who died because he was born black...