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May 20, 2013
Black America Web's Michael H. Cottman asks if pastors should sanctify the foolishness of reality TV in an insightful piece about an impending Oxygen Network reality show about, well, black pastors.
The president subtly embraced the legacy of the civil rights movement simply through the selection of the two Bibles used during his swearing-in ceremony, Michael H. Cottman writes at BlackAmericaWeb.
Writing at BlackAmericaWeb, Michael H. Cottman says it's no coincidence that a show about an African-American family has boosted the ratings for Oprah's cable network.
BlackAmericaWeb's Michael H. Cottman says that when it comes to African Americans, discussion of the details of the looming deadline isn't entertaining, but it's important.
In a scathing commentary at BlackAmericaWeb, Michael Cottman writes that following U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s extended absence from office and with an investigation looming, he owes his constituents something he hasn't offered them lately: honesty.
The election did nothing to slow the racial hatred directed at President Obama, Michael H. Cottman writes at BlackAmericaWeb.
Obama Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett isn't paying much attention to polls as Election Day approaches because she is rightly more focused on voter turnout -- and the momentum building in the black community, Michael H. Cottman writes at BlackAmericaWeb.
Black America Web's Michael H. Cottman says that the former GOP vice presidential candidate's commentary about President Obama was deliberately racist -- and just in time for early voting in 32 states.
BlackAmericaWeb's Michael H. Cottman congratulates the African-American athletes who left the institution in the wake of its sex-abuse scandal.
The Chicago politician's critics should be patient, BlackAmericaWeb's Michael H. Cottman says.
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