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Cover Story: Reggie Clemons is Troy Davis - The Color of Law By David A. Love, JD, Executive Editor
Political Cartoon - Dismantling of Chicano Studies By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
African World View on the Revolutionary Ruptures And the Pace of Change in 2012 - Emancipation from Mental Slavery By Dr. Horace Campbell, PhD, Editorial Board
The “Macho Concept of Struggle” Is Not Revolutionary - Represent Our Resistance By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD, Editorial Board
From Occupying To Liberating - Keeping it Real By Larry Pinkney, Editorial Board
Lauding a Black “Reconciling and Inclusive” Church - Inclusion By The Reverend Irene Monroe, Editorial Board
Political Cartoon - Meanwhile, in the Ben Gurion Airport By Carlos Latuff, Rio de Janeiro Brazil
“Right to Work” A Euphemism for Workers Who Are Not Free - Solidarity America By John Funiciello, Columnist
What is the Real Meaning of Education? - Worrill’s World By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD, Columnist
Political Cartoon - Egypt's Revolution By Zapiro, South Africa
Paul Cuffe: Pioneering Black Entrepreneur - Black History Month By Dr. Marion Kilson, PhD, Guest Commentator
Black Political Power, Neo-Colonialism and the Road Ahead - Black History Month By Dr. Muhammad Ahmad, PhD, Guest Commentator
An American Aristocrat By Joel Miller, Guest Commentator
Buffalo Soldier Syndrome: A Bedrock Barrier By Wilson Riles, Guest Commentator
Art: Possibilities By Larry Richardson, Valencia CA
Quote to Ponder: "I want to live in a country where freedom means something." - Assata Shakur
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Executive Editor:
David A. Love, JD
Managing Editor:
Nancy Littlefield, MBA
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