Jul 8, 2010 - Issue 383
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Cover Story - Why Is There Perpetual War? - Keeping it Real - By Larry Pinkney
Political Cartoon: Obama Fireworks By Eric Garcia, Albuquerque NM
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BP Is In Control - Leftward-Ho By Peter Gamble
Racially Biased SAT Speaks To A Broken Education System - The Color of Law By David A. Love, JD
The Theory of "Structural" Unemployment and the Jobs That Aren’t Coming Back - Left Margin - By Carl Bloice
The Marshall Legacy - African American Leadership - By Dr. Ron Walters, PhD
Midnight in Area Two - Represent Our Resistance - By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD
Feeling ignored by the Washington Nationals - The African World By Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Did You Barbecue Pig or Pug This 4th? - Inclusion - By The Reverend Irene Monroe
Rammellzee: Hip-hop Pioneer and Street Art Legend - Born 1960 - Died Jun 30, 2010
What is the Cost of War? - Solidarity America - By John Funiciello
Double Standard: BP and Bhopal - Justice Watch - By Bill Quigley and Alex Tuscano
Marcus M. Garvey and Economic Independence - Worrill's World - By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD
Political Cartoon: Criminal Cleaning the Crime Scene By David Logan
Art: In God We Trust In God We Trust By Margaret Warfield
Quote to Ponder: "There are so many ways of being despicable..." — James Baldwin




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