Monthly Archives: March 2012

Justice for The Trayvon Martin Movement

For The Trayvon in Your Life George Zimmerman 911 Call to Report Suspicious Activty by Trayvon Martin NAACP Immediate Press Release ~ “Trayvon Martin Movement” Sunday March 25, 2012 3:00 PM at City Hall’s Reflection Pool, 901 Bagby Street, in … Continue reading

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HOUSTON SUN NEWSPAPER CO-PUBLISHER LONAL ROBINSON DIES

HOUSTON SUN NEWSPAPER CO-PUBLISHER LONAL ROBINSON DIES HOUSTON – LonalRobinson, 63, co-publisher of The Houston Sun Newspaper, passed away on March17 after a four-month hospital stay.  He is survived by his wife of 40 years,Dorris Ellis Robinson, his four children … Continue reading

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City may consider turning parking spots into shops

City may consider turning parking spots into shops

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Mrs. Georgia Harris Jenkins

Mrs. Georgia Harris Jenkins Another One of God’s Angels and an Icon in the Democratic Movement has gone home Service: Saturday, March 17, 2012 Visitation:  9:00 am – 11:00 am Home Going Celebration: 11:00 am Greater Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church 8901 … Continue reading

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Houston Prosecutor named in Anderson inquiry

Prosecutor named in Anderson inquiry ByChuck Lindell | Tuesday, March 13, 2012, 12:15 PM Noted Houston trial lawyer Rusty Hardin has been appointed to act as special prosecutor for the court of inquiry that was convened last month in the … Continue reading

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Lawsuit: Mobile apps accessing users’ address books

Lawsuit: Mobile apps accessing users’ address books. A class-action lawsuit filed this week in Austin alleges that makers of some of the world’s most popular mobile apps routinely steal address book data such as names, phone numbers, email addresses, job … Continue reading

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Justice Department bars Texas voter ID law

Justice Department bars Texas voter ID law  By  Sari Horwitz, Updated: Monday, March 12, 11:32 AM The Justice Department has blocked a new law in Texas requiring voters to show a photo ID, saying that it disproportionately harms Hispanic residents.

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