News From Around the Web: Feb. 2 Edition

February 2nd, 2012

In today’s top news, celebrities remember the life and contributions of Soul Train’s Don Cornelius, a trove of previously unseen Malcolm X artifacts have been discovered and Raven-Symoné is headed to Broadway.

Celebs remember Soul Train’s Don Cornelius. [BET]

New Malcolm X artifacts discovered. [AP]

Raven-Symoné is headed to Broadway. [BET]

Somali-born rapper K’Naan is mad Mitt Romney used his song and is seeking legal action. [WSJ]

Reggae star Elephant Man is charged with rape. [BET]

National Urban League and the U.S. Census Bureau host forum on Blacks. [BET]

GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney says he’s not worried about the poor. [CNN]

Study: Racism, prejudice and conservatism linked to low IQ. [LiveScience]

London landlords are evicting tenants to cash in big on Olympics tourists. [MSNBC]

The number of names on the government’s no-fly list has doubled in the past year. [AP]

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