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Blacks fleeing the North for America’s Southern states could drastically change the politics and layout below the Mason-Dixon line.
Many African-Americans are now moving from northern cities to the south, saying there is a better quality of life for them there.
Mitt Romney offers vagaries on immigration in a speech before Latino leaders.
New census data shows that higher earning African-Americans are increasingly moving out of inner city neighborhoods, causing a widening in the wealth gap between whites and inner city Blacks that may have a future effect on race relations.
Blacks are moving back to, or for first time into, the states of the former Confederacy that they and their parents fled.
In his 2014 State of the Union address, President Obama says the U.S. "is better-positioned for the 21st century than any other nation on Earth."
President Obama wants Congress to work toward strengthening American manufacturing and toward a balanced, long-term fiscal plan.
The House of Representatives recently voted in favor of a bill which would provide additional visas for foreign graduates of American universities who have doctoral and master’s degrees in science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
Rev. Al Sharpton and other civil rights leaders will take to the streets of Alabama to commemorate the historic Selma to Montgomery voting rights march
In a conversation with BET.com, Bernice King reflects on the Washington, D.C., memorial and the legacy of her dad, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.