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Posts Tagged with "Barack Obama"

Mumia on Barack

December 1, 2008

Protest to free Mumia and Troy Davis, two innocent men facing execution, Tuesday, Dec. 9, 4:30pm, at the Federal Courthouse, 7th & Mission, San Francisco. Mumia and Troy are challenging the “law of the land” that says, “Innocence is no defense.” Pennsylvania and
Georgia seek their execution. We demand their freedom.

U.S. and Rwanda to blame for Congo’s human catastrophe

November 14, 2008

I know no honest, informed Congo watchers who doubt that Gen. Laurent Nkunda and his ruthless militia are tools of the U.S. and its African proxy, Rwanda, in the imperial resource war now raging in Eastern Congo.

Betraying the legacy of Chauncey Bailey

November 11, 2008

Everything about Chauncey Bailey’s life and work spoke of his devotion to the Black community. Yet the Chauncey Bailey Project appears to have veered far off the course that Chauncey was taking.

What are the chances?

November 8, 2008

On Thursday, May 31, 2007, my first-born daughter, Jasmine, had the amazing opportunity of having lunch with Barack Obama. The next morning, it was Johnathan’s turn. And this week, the door of the SUV my son Michael and his friends were chasing on their skate boards swung open, and Obama yelled, “Come on, dudes, get in!”

An Obama victory foreseen in Africa

November 4, 2008

“We are looking forward to a great day to celebrate,” said Malik Obama, the candidate’s step-brother, dismissing any suggestion that his relative might not become the first Black U.S. president. “We are not considering that possibility. I am not,” he said.

Bringing democracy to Amerikkka

November 3, 2008

With Black youth on the front lines this election season, along with all youth plus older Blacks and other people of color, the struggle for real democracy can finally claim victory in the U.S. Masses of new voters have registered and are already lining up to vote wherever early voting is available, as it is here in the Bay Area.

Bay View Voters Guide

November 3, 2008

On Election Day, after you’ve voted and made sure your loved ones have voted, hit the streets and the phones to push the candidates and ballot measures you believe in into the winners’ column. And don’t stop after Nov. 4. That’s when our organizing, our pushing, our demands will win liberty and justice for us and our precious children.

Let Auntie Zeituni stay in the U.S.

November 2, 2008

Ms. Zeituni Onyango is a 56-year-old woman from Kenya who is seeking political asylum in the U.S. She is also the aunt of Sen. Barack Obama. “Auntie Zeituni,” as Obama has referred to her in one of his books, was ordered to leave the U.S. four years ago and she is living in the U.S. illegally.

Wanda’s Picks for Oct. 31, 2008

November 1, 2008

Fet Gede, a national holiday in Haiti, is the Haitian celebration of All Souls Day, celebrated Nov. 2. It is a time of both jubilant celebration and a time to fondly remember those who have passed on. For this occasion, please wear purple, black and white, the traditional colors for Gede.

Prop H for Clean Energy, Obama for President

November 1, 2008

Proposition H on the Nov. 4 ballot will put San Francisco on the path to 100% renewable energy. Don’t buy PG&E’s lies. Bayview Hunters Point, San Francisco’s Black heartland, sickened for 75 years with power plant pollution, has the most to gain. Learn more at http://www.sfcleanenergy.com/.

Obama song for West Papua

October 30, 2008

See “Independence or death” to learn more about the struggle for freedom from the brutal oppression of Indonesia and the exploitation of its rich natural resources by multi-national corporations of West Papuans, indomitable people of the African Diaspora.

Bridges for Obama

October 28, 2008

World of Friends: Bridges for Obama – One – The best bloopers are here Supporters of Sen. Barack Obama have been staging rallies abroad at world-famous bridges to show support for the Democratic presidential candidate and his pledge to span old political divisions. “The Obama Song (World of Friends)”: American musical artists based in Japan […]

What our country desperately needs is a leader who loves us

October 24, 2008

I want a leader who can love us. And, truthfully, by our collective behavior, we have made it hard to demand this. We are as we are, imperfect to the max, racist and sexist and greedy above all; still, I feel we deserve leaders who love us. We will not survive more of what we have had: leaders who love nothing, not even themselves.

No blood for oil! No blood for natural gas!

June 6, 2008

The current plan to launch yet another environmental assault on Bayview Hunters Point, with three natural gas turbine combustion power plants, and yet another at the San Francisco International Airport, was tabled for two weeks by the Board of Supervisors.

Obama meets Oakland

March 21, 2007

Folks were lovin’ Sen. Barack Obama Saturday afternoon in Oakland when they finally got inside the enclosed Frank Ogawa Plaza area.

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