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Ferguson’s Next Rally: Justice for Michael Brown

The real pressure point now moves to the grand jury of St. Louis County. The focus should now be justice for Michael Brown.

Posted on Aug 24, 2014 READ MORE



The Pastor, the Police Officer and the Political Activist: Three Perspectives on Ferguson

Police brutality against black men has become a shockingly common phenomenon in the U.S. The names of those who have died at the hands of law enforcement or their unofficial vigilante deputies over the past few years are too numerous to count.

Posted on Aug 21, 2014 READ MORE



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The L.A. Uprising’s 20th Anniversary and the Resurrection of Tupac Shakur

Sunday, April 29, marks the 20th anniversary of the start of the Los Angeles uprising and the two-week anniversary of the resurrection of slain gangsta rapper Tupac Shakur as a hologram at Coachella. The events are not a coincidence. Rather, they are part of a cultural argument that speaks to racial tensions, police misconduct and vigilantism that have plagued the city for decades.

Posted on Apr 28, 2012 READ MORE



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Rodney King Reflects on 20th Anniversary of L.A. Riots

Lucky is not exactly the word one would use to describe someone whose videotaped beating, and the subsequent acquittal of the officers accused of beating him, touched off one of the worst urban riots in American history. But 20 years later, that’s exactly the word Rodney King, now 47, uses to describe himself.

Posted on Apr 25, 2012 READ MORE


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Obama’s Green Jobs Adviser Gives In to the Smears

It looks as if the insanely organized smear campaign against Van Jones has finally worked. Jones, President Obama’s special adviser for green jobs, resigned Saturday after being viciously attacked for his past civil rights activism and for signing a petition that questioned U.S. involvement in 9/11.

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