This Week in the LA Progressive — 25 April to 1 May, 2010

Articles by Robert Reich, Kevin Lynn, Maro-Solis Marich, Cynthia Loo, John Delloro, Joseph Palermo, Mario Solis-Marich, Andrea Christina Nill, Berry Craig, K. Danielle Edwards, Georgianne Nienaber, Lydia Howell, Linda Milazzo, Tina Dupuy, Jim Fuller, David Love, Michael Sigman, Irene Monroe, Robert Reich, Wendy Block, Tom Degan, Denis Campbell, Charley James and Lulu Demain, Carl Matthes, Kenneth Weisbrode, Anthony Asadullah Samad, Tom Degan, John Delloro, Sikivu Hutchinson, Carl Bloice, Jerry Drucker, Mario Solis-Marich, Ed Rampell, and Tracy Emblem.

LA Progressive: This Week’s Articles — April 11 to 17, 2010

Articles by Jim Fuller, Tom Hall, Ed Rampell, Mario Solis-Marich, Craig Williams, David Swanson, Andrea Christina Nill, Marcy Winograd, Berry Craig, Rev. Irene Monroe, Bob Barber, Tina Dupuy, Tracy Emblem, John Peeler, Paul Loeb, Robert Reich, Robert Reich, William J. Astore, Randy Shaw, Ivan Eland, Robert Letcher, Emily Spence, Robert Reich, Bob Letcher, Lydia Howell, Steven Conn

Friday Feedback: Take Away the Racist Soapbox

Friday Feedback: I believe that it’s not the universities that are failing us. The failures are on the part of the individuals that see UCSD, or any university, as a soapbox for these racist and hateful viewpoints. Some small minority of students have accepted admission to UCSD and have wasted an opportunity for personal growth and enlightenment. Clearly these spots could have gone to more deserving people.

LA Progressive Articles: March 7 to 14, 2010

Articles from Dick Price, Bob Letcher, Tim Gatto, Ed Rampell, Anthony Asadullah Samad, Paul Loeb, Tom Hall, Tim Wise, Michelle Alexander, David A. Love, Wendy Block, Rev. Irene Monroe, Andrea Nill, Mario Solis-Marich, Georgianne Nienaber, Randy Shaw, Bob Letcher, Paul Hogarth, Robert Reich, Berry Craig, Randy Shaw, Ron Wolff, Adam Eran, Catherine Allgor, Robert Reich, Joseph Palermo, Shamus Cooke,

LA Progressive: 8 November to 14 November 2009

The Black Men’s New “Little Black Book”. Changing the mindset of black men to see a doctor is a difficult one. Fear of doctors is tied to a vestige of slavery where black male illness was totally ignored. Distrusting doctors has a long history, even before the Tuskegee experiment. – Anthony Asadullah Samad Think First […]

LA Progressive: October 18 to 24, 2009 — Articles

Swine-Flu

Drinking Motivational KoolAid: How It All Works Financially. Even the soberest fiscal conservatives cannot avoid the power of this pitch and will jump out of his or her seat with wallet wide open! You may get in for $19, but more than half of you will spend many hundreds if indeed not thousands more. – […]

L.A. Progressive: July 12 to July 18, 2009

Plugging Pasadena’s School-to-Prison Pipeline. The policy was then to educate the middle class kids, but to not educate poor White, Latino and African-American kids. These policies continue, wrapped up in words of sweet kindness and deeds of destruction. –Dick Price Forget “Greenest City in America,” LA’s the “Meanest.” For all the talk and political pandering […]

LA Progressive: June 28 to July 4, 2009

Spare Us the Elvis-Michael Comparisons—H. Scott Prosterman President Obama: Help Bring Paula Home—Denis Campbell Michael Jackson: The BADDEST Entertainer of Our Generation—Anthony Asadullah Samad Reflections on Racism—Nadia Hijab After a Century of Overthrows, What’s Washington’s Role?—Alan McPherson The Chávez-Castro Connection Lies in a Now Forgotten Chapter of the Cold War—Brian Nelson What Cap and Trade […]

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