Posts Tagged: African American

Thanksgiving brings memories of Chicago Mayor Harold Washington

Former Chicago City Hall reporters recently gathered to remember Mayor Harold Washington (11-21-17) from left (back) Avis LaVelle, Michelle Damico, Molly sullivan, Dan Parker, Manuel Galvan, Ray Hanania, and (front) Cheryl Corley, John Holden and Dave Roeder. Photo courtesy of Aaron Hanania

Thanksgiving brings memories of Chicago Mayor Harold Washington Mayor Harold Washington was one of the more affable of Chicago’s mayors. He had a great sense of humor and was...

Don’t Forget, Politics Can Be Terrible

Don’t Forget, Politics Can Be Terrible By Ray Hanania Southwest News-Herald Friday April 19, 2013 By all measures, Chicagoland politics is not as combative as it was 30 years...

Hatikva protests may lead to civil rights movement

Hatikva protests may lead to civil rights movement By Ray Hanania — Saudi Gazette Newspaper The decision by a group of Israeli Palestinian graduates at Hebrew University not to...

Marion Barry’s drugged-up racism

Marion Barry’s drugged-up racism By Ray Hanania — Marion Barry has come a long way since his national spotlight debut giving the nominating address to the Democratic National Convention...

HANANIA: UNITY misses their own purpose, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, JULY 10, 2008

What Arab American journalists seek from “UNITY” By Ray Hanania — Arab American journalists just want to focus on being professional journalists, but the profession won’t let us. Soon,...