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Black Migration Is Now From North to South
Many African-Americans are now moving from northern cities to the south, saying there is a better q...


Census: Black Affluent Migration Widens Income Gap
New census data shows that higher earning African-Americans are increasingly moving out of inner ci...


More African-Americans Are Heading South
Blacks are moving back to, or for first time into, the states of the former Confederacy that they a...


Black Migration and Demographic Shifts Are Impacting Political Maps
Demographic shifts are having varied affects on redistricting in different states, but they also of...


Census Shows More Blacks Heading South
In what could be called the Northeast’s “Black flight,” African Americans are fleeing big northern ...


Despite China's Might, U.S. Factories Maintain Edge
WASHINGTON – U.S. factories are closing. American manufacturing jobs are reappearing overseas...


Dominican Republic Back to Deporting Haitians
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic – The Dominican Republic has launched its first major crack...


Morocco Unveils Bold Plans for Illegal Immigrants
In spite of international criticism, the king of Morocco has unveiled details to grant citizenship ...


South Africa Sees Race Swap in Suburb Population
Based on a sample from Durban, South Africa’s cushy, formerly all-white suburbs of Kloof and Durban...


South Africa to WCup Fans: Enjoy, Then Go Home!
South Africa to WCup Fans: enjoy | then go home!...


Chagas Disease: ‘AIDS of the Americas’?
A little-known life-threatening illness caused by blood sucking insects, Chagas disease, has been l...


Tunisia Deploys Troops to Stop Italy-Bound Migrants
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia has deployed soldiers to stop a tide of illegal immigrants trying to reac...


Caribbean Maroons Hope Tourism Can Save Culture
Maroons in the Caribbean are increasingly showcasing their unique culture for visitors in hopes tha...


Many Leaving Haiti's Earthquake Settlement Camps
Large numbers of Haitians are leaving the dirty, overcrowded camps that sprang up after last year's...


Leaders: Return of Haitians to Homeland 'Inhumane'
MIAMI – Haitian leaders in Miami say it was "inhumane" to return nearly 80 Haitians to their ...


Chicago is Nation’s Most Segregated City
Chicago, which produced the nation’s first African-American president, is the most segregated...


By the Numbers: Census Paints a Picture of the Black Community
The Census Bureau's statistics depict communities and their progress and challenges....


Commentary: Immigration, an Issue We Can All Support
Draconian restrictions on immigrants’ rights clearly makes immigration reform a racial justice issu...


Commentary: Africa, the Caribbean Should Factor Into Immigration Debate
Caribbean and African concerns are too often left out of the immigration debate....


Red Carpet Bits: Terrence J and Gabrielle Union Talk Think Like a Man
The 106 & Park host talks about his budding acting career, plus Gabrielle Union tells us how her ne...

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