Jul 29, 2010 - Issue 386
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Cover Story: The Sherrod case and right-wing intimidation - The African World By Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Political Cartoon: War Is Business By Carlos Latuff, Brazil
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Arizona: We can’t afford to lose the battle or the war By Jamala Rogers
No White House Defense, So Racist Can Define Racism - African American Leadership By Dr. Ron Walters, PhD
Obama’s Treachery from Afghanistan to Shirley Sherrod - Keeping it Real - By Larry Pinkney
Are You Really There? - Represent Our Resistance - By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD
Fox News is the Lynchmob’s Ticket Agent - The Color of Law - By David A. Love, JD
Political Cartoon: U.S. Nest By Eric Garcia, Albuquerque NM
"I Read, Therefore I AM:" Ode To Dr. Dolores Nehemiah - Between the Lines - By Dr. Anthony Asadullah Samad, PhD
Fifteen Examples of Systemic Racism in the U.S. Criminal Justice System - Justice Watch - By Bill Quigley
Racism in Washington, in the South, and in the Mohawk Valley - Solidarity America - By John Funiciello
Honoring the Legacy of Marcus Mosiah Garvey - Worrill’s World - By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD
Art: Fabric of Life By Margaret Warfield, , Atlanta GA
How Did We Become a Racially Conscious Society? - By Joe Navarro
Wrong Place, Wrong Time, Usual Suspect! - By The Reverend D. D. Prather
Art: By Any Means Necessary By Shepard Fairey, Los Angeles CA
Quote to Ponder: "Racism is so universal in this country... " - Shirley Chisholm



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