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Spike Lee speaks to over 7,000 at the rally for a free-standing black
cultural center. The filmmaker talks about how black athletes can
cause changes in the way colleges conduct business.
INSIDE BLACK INK
Honilay, October 8,1992
Slone sets the record straight.
A Jordan on a different Jlight.
Spencer on views of Africa.
L’Aluta Continua: Hardin’s Contradictions
SBP John Moody has ‘broken’ the Mold
And the Winner is... Miss BSM for 92-93
African-American Culture Showcased in Blackness
A New Edition: B-GLAD Joins in Fight For BCC
Thomas Scott & Michael Farmer Define the ‘Cracker Complex’
Ring The Alarm: Thomas on Knowledge
Let It Be Known: Chuck Stone Clarifies His Stance on the BCC
Hillel Foundation Member Speaks on BCC
Asian Students Voice Their Opinion on the BCC
Scott Wilkens Gives Insight on Chancellor Hardin
Exclusive Interview With Spike Lee
10 & 11
Devil’s Advocate: Pros and Cons on Minister Khalid X
Part Two: In Moving Beyond The X
What is the Meaning of True Islam?
Clifford Charles: On Challenges Facing Our Community
Endsights by: Jon Michael Spencer
For The Record: Featuring Mad Cobra
Sports Profile on: Randy Jordan
Letters To The Editor
Don't Sweat the Technique: Karen Greene
BLACK INK STAFF Editors • Chandra McLean & Corey Brown Editorial Advisor • Myron B. Pitts
Associate Editors • Keisha Brown, Jacqueline Charles, A.C. Turner Business Manager • Annice Hood Music Editor • T. J. Stancil
Staff: Renee Alexander, Everett Arnold, Tiffany Ashhurst, Shani Barrax, Chronda Blocker, Kami Chavis, Amber Fewell, Mark Fleming, Storraie Forte,
Tameka Green, Karen Greene, Scott Heath, Michael B. Hicks, Scott Johnson, John McCann, Charles McNair, Tara Reid, Sharilyn Seal, Matese Sharpless,
Michelle Thomas, Stefan Tyson, Lisa Underwood, Tia Webster, Rynita Younger Contributors • Gerri Baer, Billy Fan, Scott Wilkens and Hubie Yang