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Bookmark and Share Dec 17, 2020 - Issue 846 Cover Story: The Ongoing Political Education of Joe Biden -  By Dr. Walter C. Farrell, Jr., PhD, M.S.P.H., BC Columnist Dec 17, 2020 - Issue 846: Xmax Gift - Political Cartoon By Chuck Siler, Carrollton TX Dec 17, 2020 - Issue 846: The Biden Cabinet – Mainstream, Moderate, Middling By Dr. Julianne Malveaux, PhD, BC Editorial Board Dec 17, 2020 - Issue 846: This Is How Trump Is Destroying the Republican Party - Color of Law By David A. Love, JD, BC Executive Editor Dec 17, 2020 - Issue 846: Curing America’s Vaccine Paranoia By Sonali Kolhatkar, Independent Media Institute, BC Guest Commentator Dec 17, 2020 - Issue 846: We Too Belong - Art By Margaret Warfield, Atlanta GA Dec 17, 2020 - Issue 846: The CROWN ACT: Black Hair Matters Too - Represent Our Resistance By Dr. Lenore Daniels, PhD, BC Editorial Board Dec 17, 2020 - Issue 846: The Revolving Brass - Movement for Black lives turns up the heat on police chiefs - View from the Battlefield By Jamala Rogers, BC Editorial Board Dec 17, 2020 - Issue 846: Middle East Normal Relations - Political Cartoon By Carlos Latuff, Rio de Janeiro Brazil

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