American Airlines Vying For Latinos, And Other News

By The News Jun 12, 2009

American Airlines Vying For Latinos American Airlines is launching a nation-wide campaign targeting its Latino travelers, hoping to further solidify its position as the "leading U.S. airline serving Latin America." Media Post. Native Hawaiian Self-Governance Bill Gets Reviewed Congress began deliberations on the "Akaka Bill," a proposition allowing Native Hawaiians more self-governance and greater control over their ancestral lands. Hawaii’s congressional delegation sought to dispute criticism that the bill is "race-based." Honolulu Advertiser. Colorado Wants POC Contractors In response to complaints made from contracting firms owned by people of color, Colorado announced the hire of possibly the country’s first outreach coordinator dedicated solely toward informing underrepresented people and group of their opportunities at stimulus money. Vail Daily. NASCAR Suspends Crew Chief for Racial Slur NASCAR suspended Bryan Berry, crew chief for race car driver Brendan Gaughan, for allegedly directing a racial slur toward Black NASCAR driver Marc Davis. ESPN.