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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - American Urban Radio Networks
American Urban Radio Networks is the result of a merger between the National Black Network, founded by Unity Broadcasting in 1973, and the Sheridan Broadcasting Network, founded in 1972 as the Mutual Black Network. The merger took place in the late 1980s. American Urban Radio Networks is an African American owned network radio company in the United States. It is one of the largest networks reaching urban America, with more than 300 weekly shows, American Urban Radio Networks reaches an estimated 25 million listeners . - Source: Wikipedia
President Obama's spokesman said Tuesday that he doesn't think racism is to blame for the budget and debt impasse with congressional Republicans, two days after an anti-Obama demonstrator waved a Confederate flag in front of the White House in the midst of tea-party backed protest.
Republican Mitt Romney is renewing his focus on the nation's economy while facing continued pressure to break his silence on a GOP Senate candidate's statement that any pregnancy resulting from rape is "something God intended."
A Chicago bishop attending an Easter prayer breakfast at the White House on Wednesday was wearing a hoodie in apparent solidarity with Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager who was fatally shot by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in Florida.
First, "Star Wars"; now, gender wars. Consider that NASA has unveiled the amazing R2 -- short for Robonaut 2 -- a new astronaut "helper" robot that has been under development by the federal space agency and General Motors since 1997.