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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Philadelphia Tribune
The Philadelphia Tribune is an African American newspaper, headquartered at 520 South 16th Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Published Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, it is the oldest continually running African-American newspaper, being created in 1884 by Chrisopher James Perry, Jr. The Philadelphia Tribune also publishes the Tribune Magazine, Entertainment Now!, Sojourner, The Learning Key, and The Sunday Tribune. The Tribune has a readership of about 223,500, and is mostly read by people living in the Philadelphia-Camden Metro Area, as well as in Chester. - Source: Wikipedia
Morehouse College alumni are outraged after a prominent pastor and fellow alum was disinvited from speaking at the college's baccalaureate service just one day after he wrote an op-ed, criticizing President Obama, who will deliver the school's commencement address.
Alumni at a historically black college where President Obama will deliver the commencement address say the school has disinvited a speaker who criticized the president's record on Cabinet diversity and black unemployment.