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Tuesday, June 22, 2021
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The last plantation

In 1920, at the height of Black farm ownership, one in seven U.S. farms was Black-operated; by 1992, the number had fallen to one in 100. From discriminatory lending practices to foreclosures, the USDA's policies have directly contributed to a massive loss of Black land wealth.

Homelessness on the rise in San Francisco

"A guy was lying on the sidewalk. I leaned down and asked him if he wanted something to eat. He pulled the blanket down and there was a 5-year-old little boy lying with him."

Five bailout lessons from Katrina

Year end bonuses continue while foreclosures increase? The needs of the poor must take priority over the wants of the rich.

New Black Caucus chair signals more progressive agenda

In selecting Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif., as its new chair, the Congressional Black Caucus chose one of its most progressive members who, days after Sept. 11, 2001, was the only person in Congress to vote against authorizing the use of force in Iraq.