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January 7, 20109 - Issue 357

Cover Story: What is our next move? - Chess anyone? - The Gambit By Nathaniel Turner, Editorial Board

Hopeless Escalation

By Shepard Fairey

Cartoon/Art: Hopeless Escalation By Shepard Fairey

Attorney General Holder Picks Up Irresponsible Black Male Theme - African American Leadership By Dr. Ron Walters, PhD, Editorial Board

Enough, Mr. President:  The blockade of Gaza must end! - The African World By Bill Fletcher, Jr., Executive Editor

Barack Obama: Impersonating a Black Man - Keeping It Real By Larry Pinkney, Editorial Board

Terrorism by Another Name - Represent Our Resistance By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD, Editorial Board

The Wars in Yemen: More Complex than We’re Being Told - Left Margin By Carl Bloice, Editorial Board

January 7, 2010

Black Gays Invited to White House - Inclusion By The Reverend Irene Monroe, Editorial Board

Global Warming
By Carlos Latuff

Cartoon: Global Warming By Carlos Latuff

Hostility Toward American Workers Shown by Republican Leaders - Solidarity America By John Funiciello, Columnist

Kiilu Nyasha: Still Strong, Still True, and Still a Revolutionary - In Struggle Spotlight By Larry Pinkney, Editorial Board

Women in Relationships More Apt to Develop Love Handles - Black Married Momma: The Anti-Statistic By K. Danielle Edwards, Columnist

Happy 2010 from Obama
By Carlos Latuff

Cartoon: Happy 2010 from Obama By Carlos Latuff

What the UN Climate Talks in Copenhagen Mean for US? By Jacqui Patterson, Guest Commentator

New Year’s Resolution - By Daniel N. White - Guest Commentator

Obama Did It: Morphs the Stockholm Syndrome into the Oslo Syndrome By Wilson Riles, Guest Commentator

Quote to Ponder:  "The blood, sweat, tears, and suffering of Black people are the foundation of the wealth and power of the United States of America.”  - Huey P. Newton, THE BLACK PANTHER newspaper, February 17, 1969, Vol 2. #23

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Issue 357
January 7, 2010
is published every Thursday
Executive Editor:
Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Managing Editor:
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Peter Gamble
Est. April 5, 2002
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