Poetic justices: Two Black women appointed to California Superior Court judgeships
“These appointments speak volumes. I am extremely pleased and excited that there are two new highly professional and qualified African-American women judges appointed to the California Superior Court.”
‘More Black Than Blue,’ the first report of the 2019 ‘Black...
“For far too long, Black voters in this country have been marginalized, misrepresented and taken for granted in electoral politics."
Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Sen. Bernie Sanders introduce Inclusive Prosperity Act...
“It’s past time to make sure Wall Street pays their fair share so that we can provide funding for things that make us a better nation like jobs, housing, infrastructure and college education,” said Congresswoman Barbara Lee.
Six years after Katrina, the battle for New Orleans continues
As this weekend’s storm has reminded us, hurricanes can be a threat to U.S. cities on the East Coast as well the Gulf. But the vast changes that have taken place in New Orleans since Katrina have had little to do with weather and everything to do with political struggles.
Facebook caves to the prison-industrial complex
In a decision setting back prisoners’ rights and helping to advance the interests of prison bureaucrats and their guard union allies, Facebook announced plans to work with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to shut down pages set up for prisoners.
SFPD as occupier, corporate media as its accomplice
Generally, what happened to Harding happens in colonized spaces to colonized subjects, from Hunters Point to Baghdad. The victims are people of color. Five centuries of colonially-constructed rationales have served the purpose of minimizing the value of racialized subjects.
Can Barney out-legislate Bahati on LGBT rights?
Congressman Barney Frank has amended the financial services bill to discourage development banks supported by the U.S. not to assist nations engaging in gross human rights violations.