Issue 358 - January 14, 2010
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Cover Story: The Haiti Earthquake - TransAfrica Forum: 4 Immediate Recommendations By Imani Countess
Cartoon: Haiti Earthquake By Carlos Latuff
The U.S.’s "Fidelity to Our Values" is Haiti’s "Tragedy" - Represent Our Resistance - By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD
A State of Perpetual War - The Color of Law By David A. Love, JD
Nonviolent Protest Must Now Mature - The Gambit By Nathaniel Turner
Would King Have Spoken Out on LGBTQ Justice? - Inclusion - By The Reverend Irene Monroe
Obama, Stop Defiling Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s Legacy of Struggle & Peace - Keeping It Real By Larry Pinkney
Why is Cuba on the state sponsor of terrorism list? - The African World By Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Criticism, Criticism, Criticism - African American Leadership By Dr. Ron Walters, PhD
Cartoon: "Yes We Can" Update By Mark Hurwitt
Kenyans, Somalis Eating Better Because of...Pirates? - Solidarity America - By John Funiciello
Ten Things the US Can and Should Do for Haiti - Justice Watch - By Bill Quigley
African-American Presidents Can Be Hazardous to Your Health - The 5th Column By Jonathan David Farley, D.Phil
Cartoon: Airport Body Scanners By Eric Garcia
Questions the IMF Must Answer - By Nii Akuetteh
Tilting to the White - By Ajamu Dillahunt
A Few Thoughts on Obama’s One Year Anniversary as President - By Joe Navarro
Education and Global Capitalism - By Paul A. Moore
BC Question: Should the Democrats' healthcare bill negotiations be open to the media and the public?
Quote to Ponder: "Something is wrong with capitalism as it now stands in the United States..." - MLK
Art: CLOSE KNIT By Shepard Fairey