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Archive for: September, 2010

The Grio: 30 years after ‘Jimmy’s World’ black journalists still face skepticism

The Grio: 30 years after ‘Jimmy’s World’ black journalists still face skepticism

Michael Ross for The Grio on how black journalists still feel the negative repercussions of a fabricated story printed 30 years ago in the Washington Post.

Change.org: Mad Men, Race and the American Lens

Change.org: Mad Men, Race and the American Lens

Tamara Winfrey Harris writes a piece for Change.org that says Mad Men has it right in how they portray people of color in the 60′s era.  Hat Tip to Latoya Peterson and Racialicious.com.

Trey Garrison for DMN: UT shooter’s target no surprise

Trey Garrison for DMN: UT shooter’s target no surprise

Freelance writer Trey Garrison writes a column for the Dallas Morning News about the UT shooter and how armed citizens can deter or defend against such threats.

How You Can Be Sure You’re Really Fit?

How You Can Be Sure You’re Really Fit?

CrossFit’s program can be customized to your current fitness level, even if you are a lifelong couch potato

South Hampton Community Hospital Extends Cardiac Services

South Hampton Community Hospital Extends Cardiac Services

SHCH is located near Hwy 67 and Hampton Rd which is surrounded by a population experiencing the highest incidence of heart disease, diabetes, and kidney disease in Texas.

Methodist Health System Police Department to Host National Night Out Oct. 5

Methodist Health System Police Department to Host National Night Out Oct. 5

Hospital Invites Community Partnership Against Crime

Dallas ISD 2008 Bond Program Webite Launched

Dallas ISD 2008 Bond Program Webite Launched

Public can follow bond program progress which will provide roughly $521 million in renovations to more than 200 schools.

Suspect from public library sexual assault arrested

Suspect from public library sexual assault arrested

During the course of the investigation Crime Scene detectives were able to identify fingerprints found at the location.

UNT Dallas to mark Dallas Morning News’ 125th birthday

UNT Dallas to mark Dallas Morning News’ 125th birthday

UNT Dallas librarian and archivist Leora Kemp and the school’s new history professor, Matthew Babcock, will interview Joe Dealey, Jr.

Police Impersonator performs traffic stop

Police Impersonator performs traffic stop

The Dallas Police Department is trying to identify this suspect and also would like to speak with the citizen the suspect had pulled over at Lemmon and Wycliff.

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