Jul 1, 2010 - Issue 382
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Cover Story: Are We Not Patriots, Too? - Inclusion - By The Reverend Irene Monroe
Summer is A-Comin’ In By Nancy Littlefield, BlackCommentator.com Managing Editor
Political Cartoon: Arizona Xenophobia By Eric Garcia, Albuquerque NM
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The US Social Forum: The Anti-Tea Party Experience - The African World - By Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Class Warfare: The Vatican is the Biggest Player! - Represent Our Resistance - By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD
Republican Radicals Reject Unemployment Fund Extension - African American Leadership - By Dr. Ron Walters, PhD
The Obama Presidency: An Unfolding Disaster - Keeping it Real - By Larry Pinkney
Supreme Court Hearings Remind Us of What’s at Stake - The Color of Law - By David A. Love, JD
Art: Summertime Groove By Kadir Nelson, San Diego CA
Stirring of Chinese Workers Bodes Ill for Cheap Imports - Solidarity America - By John Funiciello
One Year Later: Honduras Resistance Strong - Justice Watch - By Bill Quigley and Laura Raymond
Saving The African Marketplace in Los Angeles - Between the Lines - By Dr. Anthony Asadullah Samad, PhD
Too Many Black Kids Can’t Swim. Can Yours? - Black Married Momma The Anti-Statistic By K. Danielle Edwards
Art: Glass Houses By Shepard Farey, Los Angeles CA
Straight Hair, Flat Culture: Fear and Loathing of Black Sexuality By David Masciotra
Political Cartoon: G20 Emissions Discussion By Zapiro, South Africa
Quote to Ponder: "What, to the American slave, is your 4th of July?..." - Frederick Douglass
"The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro" - Speech by Frederick Douglass, July 5, 1852



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David A. Love, JD
Managing Editor:
Nancy Littlefield, MBA
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