Reflections on Black History Month

march on washington

Carol Lutness: This is not just a struggle for the African American. It is a struggle for all but the very few. Never was there a greater crisis than we all face now economically, politically and environmentally.

The New American Girl Catalog: Grilling the Girl

Aloha Kanani

Alfee Enciso: On their cover was yet another white girl posing as exotic; this one featured “Aloha Kanani” the Girl of the year for 2011.

LA Progressive: May 16 to 22, 2010

Articles by Maria Brenes, Berry Craig, Tom Hall, Michele Waslin, Sikivu Hutchinson, Rev. Irene Monroe, Michael Sigman, Walter Moss, Anthony Samad, Georgianne Nienaber, John Peeler, Ron Wolff, Jerry Drucker, Robert Reich, Carl Matthes, Tina Dupuy, Seth Hoy, Charley James, Andrea Christina Nill, Randy Shaw, Brad Parker, David Love, John Delloro, and Ivan Eland,

The Media & the Murder of Aiyanna Jones

Aiyanna Jones

Sikivu Hutchinson: When a little white girl goes missing, online news, supermarket tabloids and cable network stations bombard us with up-to-the-minute dispatches on the crime, the victim, her shattered family and anguished community. When a little black girl is murdered in cold blood by a big city police department it is up to the community and those who care about social justice to ensure that the case doesn’t fade into the national obscurity that is usually reserved for the lives of people of color.

A Jefferson for Obama

Sally Hemings

A hornet’s nest was stirred up recently by my public endorsement of Obama as our next president and then again with my recognition during a speech at University of Virginia of the cousins in my family who are descendants of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings. (As a member of the Jefferson family at large, I [...]

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