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Cover Story: Uplifting Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy: His Challenge to the Labor Movement -A View from the Battlefield By Jamala Rogers, Editorial Board
Political Cartoon - Dragging the World Into Another War By Carlos Latuff, Rio de Janeiro Brazil
What are we to make of the USA, Israeli, Iranian dance of death? - The African World By Bill Fletcher, Jr., Editorial Board
Beyond Vietnam: A Time To Break Silence - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Riverside Church, New York City, 4 April 1967, (Full Text & audio of Speech)
Mumia Abu-Jamal, Solitary Confinement and Indefinite Detention USA - Keeping it Real By Larry Pinkney, Editorial Board
The Day of the Broom is Over: Indefinite Detention for Enemies of the U.S. Empire! - Represent Our Resistance - By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD - Editorial Board
A Sister Outsider in "Pariah" - Inclusion - By The Reverend Irene Monroe - Editorial Board
Political Cartoon - Keith Little - Navajo Code Talker By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
Changing Gears to Fight the Endless Wars Without Troops - Solidarity America - By John Funiciello - Columnist
Later On - The Other Side of the Tracks - By Perry Redd - Columnist
Maafa, Genocide, and Reparations - Worrill’s World - By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD - Columnist
Political Cartoon - The Weenie By Mr. Fish, Philadelphia PA
Martin Luther’s Lost Message By Wilson Riles, Guest Commentator
Art: OWS By Shepard Fairey, Los Angeles CA
Quote to Ponder: “Wall Street owns the country.. . .Money rules.. . ." - Mary Elizabeth Lease (1890)
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