Month: April 2015

CCNM April 30, 2015

By NewsOne Now Your browser does not support iframes. Are you one of the many Americans looking to start a business? If you are or if you ever plan to, there are a few things you should consider before venturing out into entrepreneurship. Many spend thousands of dollars …read more Source: Chicago Defender Category: News, […]

CCNM April 30, 2015

By NewsOne Now Your browser does not support iframes. It’s Fit!Live!Win! Monday and NewsOne Now brings you everything you need to help you get in shape and stay in shape. Fitness Expert David Girton, Founder of Live Now Fitness, joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to explain how kettle …read more Source: Chicago Defender Category: […]

CCNM April 30, 2015

By KaiElz Facing History and Ourselves Hosts 24th Annual Chicago Benefit Dinner with former Freedom Leaders Rev. Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr. and Gerald Stern Thursday, April 30, 2015 Rev. Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr mug shot after being arrested for protesting for civil rights <img src=”https://ionechicagodefender.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/imgres-6.jpg?w=271&h=362″ alt=”An image capturing Rev. Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jrs injuries sustained […]

CCNM April 30, 2015

By Lynette Holloway A Dallas grand jury last week cleared two officers in the death of a 39-year-old schizophrenic man whose mother had called for assistance escorting him to the hospital for treatment, CNN reports. Dallas officers John Rogers and Andrew Hutchins will not face criminal prosecution …read more Source: Chicago Defender Category: Nation, Blacks […]

CCNM April 30, 2015

By Blackthen On May 4th, 1891 Daniel Hale Williams founded a medical institution named Provident Hospital and Training School. It was the first black owned and operated hospital in the United States. The institution was located on the south side of Chicago, Illinois. Daniel Hale Williams was a prominent black surgeon. …read more Source: Black […]

CCNM April 30, 2015

By Blackthen Paramount is sending a free DVD of Selma to every high school in America, public and private, as part of an extended “Selma for Students” initiative. Director Ava DuVernay made the announcement at a United Nations event on Thursday night where U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power was present. Companion study guides will …read more […]

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