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Cover Story: Latino activists join with marriage activists. Will it work?
Immigration advocates and LGBTQ rights groups have long tried to get its constituencies working together.
Political Cartoon - Jim Crow’s Baby By Mark Hurwitt, Brooklyn NY
The Storm of Change
is uncomfortable. The outcome alters perspective, sometimes charring,
almost always painful and often accompanied by rage or anger.
The GOP War On Workers Is Traditional…And Going Well
struggle is not about money in a contract. It’s about whether the
U.S.A. becomes a nation of (a few) haves and (lots of) have-nots.
The Scurvy Little Obamas of the Betrayer Judas Generation
Suddenly it's totally cool to be a corporate puppet, a war monger, and a bloody hypocrite.
Political Cartoon - Voting Hurdles By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
Elections and the Quakers Who Repudiated the Doctrine of Discovery
This immoral doctrine remains at the root of most of our present day difficulties in the US!
Shots Fired at Denver Obama Office; How Angry are Angry White people . . .?
It’s been standard-fare for hostile White folks to attack Black women, the elderly . . . and children, no?
Political Cartoon - Bandit By Chuck Siler, Carrollton TX
NO on Measure J(acking): Time To Stop Ballot Initiative Exploitation in LA
Like every other community that has been impacted (or will be impacted)
by permanent transportation infrastructure, the Crenshaw community
should be heard, listened to and cooperated with on something that will
effect their lives, the lives of their children and their children's
The Intellectual Crisis
When we use the term intellectual, we are talking about people who
struggle around ideas - writers, poets, scholars, researchers,
teachers, students, and activists. Intellectuals are people who grapple
and who function in the cultural, political, educational, and economic domains of the society.
Cartoon: Voting Literacy Test By Bill Mauldin, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
(1964), Courtesy of Spartacus Educational Website
Quote to Ponder: Malcolm X, Ballot or the Bullet Speech April 3rd 1964
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