Oprah’s Friends Choose Clinton Over Obama; USA Today Reviews Race 25 Years Later

By The News Sep 11, 2007

After Oprah and Obama, Other Black Celebs Choose Hillary In the heated race between Clinton and Obama, several prominent Black figures have endorsed Hillary Clinton despite Oprah Winfrey’s recent $3 million fundraiser for Obama. Most notably, Quincy Jones, one of Oprah’s mentors, is among Clinton’s supporters. 25 Years Later-USA Today Looks at Race On the 25th Anniversary of USA Today, DeWayne Wickham examines the Black communitiy’s struggle for civil rights in steps forward and back. US Rep: Undocumented Immigrants Unfairly Voting In a letter to the editor, Candice Miller proposes a new bill in Congress that will close a loophole in the 14th Amendment that, she argues, currently allow non-citizens the right to vote. No word, however, on those citizens that are excluded from the voting process. Fertility Clinic Ads Promote Sex-Selection in Indian Media Indian-American advocacy groups have condemned recent ads in Indian media by a California fertility clinic because , they claim, it encourages sex selection.