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The Martin Luther King Jr. national holiday celebrations for 2001: had thepomp, pageantry, reflections and marches

Corporate Blind-Eye To King Holiday
By Dr. Earl Ofari Hitchinson

Washington's 'Mayor-For-Life' in Renaissance Media Package
By William Reed

Why Hillary Clinton should do well as Senator
By Dale Bumpers

Strategies for Growth:
Financial Planning for the Female- and Minority-Owned Business

Investing Your Money: Meet Alvin The Guru

When Your Family's the Boss: How to Survive the Stresses of Working in a Family-Owned Business

China — A Glimpse Under The Veil
By G. Alfred Kennedy

Discovering New Markets in America's Urban Neighborhoods: The Last Retail Frontier

Global Leadership Skills: Positioning Your Company for Export Success

Roger Ferguson, Jr., Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System

Zimbabwean Callisto Madavo, named World Bank's vice president, Africa Region

President Clinton Pays Tribute To Earl Hutchinson, Sr., Living Black History Maker

Race May Affect Use of Clot-Busters


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Jazz - a film series by Ken Burns on PBS starting Jan 8, 2001 at 8 p.m. EST

PBS presents Goin' to Chicago, a story of Black America's Great Migrations, Feb 8, 2001

Community, SCDAA, UNC extend the fight against Sickle Cell
By Chido Nwangwu

Sam Gejdenson Seeking Minority Congressional Interns

Mugabe is Right, Whites Must Give Up the Land!
By Koigi Wamwere

Democrat Expectations of a Failed Bush Presidency May Prove Wishful Thinking
By Earl Ofari Hutchinson

The Oil Business in Nigeria

Redefining education strategies in the world

Black Farmers and Institutionalized Racism

The Touchy Question of Reparations
FCC's minority outreach

BBJ Editorial Calendar
BBJ Community Calendar

Book Reviews
David Horowitz's 'Hating Whitey' distorts Blacks and Racism

Another take on "The Hurricane" featuring Denzel: Whose History Is It?