Castro Resigns; Clinton’s Black Supporters Restrategize

By The News Feb 19, 2008

Castro Steps Down As Cuba’s President Fidel Castro, 81, has resigned from his position as the president of Cuba after almost 50 years. One of the longest-standing Communist leaders in history, Fidel Castro will be replaced by his brother Raul. New York Times. Clinton’s Black Supporters Puzzled With increasing support for Barack Obama from the Black community and John Lewis’ recent announcement, many Black leaders, who are supporting Hillary Clinton, met to strategize around recent developments. Washington Post. No Real Border in South Texas Because of their proximity to the Rio Grande, Texans who live along the US-Mexico border have created a culture and economy that is uniquely different from other cities farther north in Texas that blends seamlessly with their Mexican neighbors. New America Media.