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My self, my daughter: A tribute to Dr. Kaire Poole-Besses

June 24, 2009

We often tell our children, “I want you to do better than I did. I want you to make a difference and I want you to be more financially sustained than I am.” My name is Betty McGee and I earned a doctorate in business administration in 2004. The journey for me was five years of hard work, sacrifice and to some degree doubt around my ability to complete the work.

Media as a weapon: New Orleans’ 2-Cent

June 4, 2009

“Malcolm X would love to make mixtapes, have those out on the streets. The same reasons they boycotted and had protests in that era are our reasons too. We’re coming from that same mindset, but we’re using new tools, trying to get our inheritance.”

Should Oakland and other U.S. cities replace police with armed mercenaries?

May 11, 2009

The United States is in the midst of the most radical privatization agenda in its history. We see this in schools, health care, prisons and certainly with the U.S. military/ national security/ intelligence apparatus.

New Orleanians gear up for long overdue rebuilding

January 7, 2009

Neighborhood planning and oversight on needed infrastructure and services will keep the focus on regional needs and local job creation and work related income for workers, with job-oriented training and backup services like child care and transitional housing.

Christmas Day in a Louisiana dungeon

December 25, 2008

Albert Woodfox and Herman Wallace are about to begin their 37th year in the dungeon of the old slave plantation, Angola. A crucifixion. Where is the public outrage that will resurrect them?

Katrina Pain Index: New Orleans three years later

August 24, 2008

Zero apartments currently being built to replace the 963 public housing apartments formerly occupied and now demolished at the St. Bernard Housing Development. 2.6 billion FEMA dollars for Katrina damages that have not yet been delivered. Renowned people’s attorney Bill Quigley has compiled a shocking “pain index” caused by the continuing ethnic cleansing of New Orleans.

Wedrell James confronted by noose on San Jose jobsite

November 7, 2007

The disturbing trend of the public display of nooses that has gained momentum since the events in Jena, Louisiana, continues. The latest incident occurred on Tuesday, Nov. 5, at a worksite in San Jose, California.

March for Environmental Justice targets PG&E and Lennar

August 29, 2007

Turning to Lennar’s recent activities, Sumchai’s politics came into focus. “We have to fight to control this property. We have to be stakeholders at the table of what goes on in the development of not only this property but other properties throughout southeast San Francisco.

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