port of harlem snippets
Personal Responsibility
Interview with Kemba Smith
snippets icon home icon
On the Dock

MAY 2006 - JUL 2006
Volume 12 Number 2

kemba smith

COVER CREDITS

Photography by Maynard Manzano of Magic Glamour.

Makeup Arist: Jeanette E. Johnson.

Hairstylist: Rhon Frazier.

COVER STORY
22 Kemba Smith Today
She spent six and half years behind bars for committing drug-related crimes. In 2000, President Clinton pardoned her. In an exclusive interview, Smith reveals how the experience changed her life and what she is doing today.

FOCUS: Personal Responsibility

20 Working in Tandem - A Democratic View

21 You Have a Choice - A Republican View

25 Personal Responsibility "Funnies"

FEATURE:  
7 Africa's Youngest Nation Turns 15

DEPARTMENTS 
2 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

THE PUBLISHER’S POINT
4 Voluntary Slavery

PRAISING THE PAST
5 Forgotten Roots: Muslims in Early America

THE OTHER SIDE
6 Parenting from a Cell

MONEY TALKS
8 The Curse of Easy Access

Our Space
10 Each One Teach One to Buy One

TRAVEL STORY
12 Around the Lake

HEALTH
14 The Doctor in the Yellow Coat

16 The Role of Radiation Therapy in the Fight Against Cancer

BOOK REVIEW
26 Stepi Fetchit:
The Man Behind the Comic

ADVERTISERS LIST
28 Use this list to find our advertisers quickly.

COMING UP       
28  Yoruba National Convention, Taste of Chicago, and more

ENTERTAINMENT
28 On the Saxophone


kemba smith
 
kemba smith

 

kemba smith