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Cover Story: Arizona Goddamn - The Color of Law By David A. Love, JD, Executive Editor
Political Cartoon - The 1811 Slave Revolt By Chuck Siler, Carrollton TX
I Have A Dream Speech By Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - 28 August 1963, (Includes Video)
The Making of the TucsonTerrorist - By Jamala Rogers, Editorial Board
Mourning Omar Qawasmeh - The African World - By Bill Fletcher, Jr. - Editorial Board
Huck Finn’s N-Word: Preserving Artistic Integrity Or Ethnic Property Rights? - Inclusion - By The Reverend Irene Monroe - Editorial Board
Wars and the Cycle of Violence - They Beget at Home and Abroad - Keeping it Real - By Larry Pinkney - Editorial Board
To Do What You Gotta’ Do - Represent Our Resistance - By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD - Editorial Board
Listen to Mark Thompson Interview Carl Bloice About "Saving Social Security & the Poisonous Chalice"
Political Cartoon - Coming Out By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
Tucson Tragedy: When Radicalized Political Rhetoric And Anti-Intellectualism Meet - Between the Lines - By Dr. Anthony Asadullah Samad, PhD - Columnist
Manning in the Wikileaks Case Appears to be Suffering Torture - Solidarity America - y John Funiciello - Columnist
The United Nations and People of African Descent - Worrill’s World - By Dr. Conrad Worrill, PhD - Columnist
Art - MLK - Let Freedom Ring By 29
The Powder Keg of Capitalism By Paul A. Moore, Guest Commentator
The 1811 Slave Revolt - 200 Years Later By Edmund W. Lewis, Editor, Louisiana Weekly, Guest Commentator
Political Cartoon - Reparations - Sho'nuf! By Chuck Siler, Carrollton TX
Quote to Ponder: “From the prodigious hilltops of New Hampshire, let freedom ring..." - MLK
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Executive Editor:
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Managing Editor:
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