Weekend Chatter: What You Missed

Weekend Chatter: What You Missed

News and views from around the Web for the weekend of Sept. 4.

Published September 4, 2011

President Obama backs off tough clean air. [CNN]


Can a Black man become Mississippi governor? [The Grio]


Should poor people be allowed to vote? [Loop 21]


Brazile scolds Beck: Don't tell me about Blackness. [Daily Caller]


“Too Pretty to Do Homework” shirt pulled. [The Root]


Black unemployment: highest in 27 years. [10 News]


Katt Williams: “I don't need to apologize for being pro-American.” [Huffington Post]


Georgia redistricting battle may turn fiercer in courts. [Walker Messenger]


Time for us to hold our politicians accountable. [News One]


Report finds manufacturers “lost” more than 16,000 guns over two years. [The Hill]


What does hip hop tell us about faith and society? [Black Voices]


Somalia can't be helped, says charity. [The Guardian]




Written by Britt Middleton


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