This second part of Editor Nube Brown’s interview with Jalil Muntaqim reveals the many ways genocide is utilized by our government and uplifts building the unified movement to end it.
"Take care of yourself. If you’re healthy and feeling good, you can better respond to your child in a calm, nurturing way."
For teens and young people struggling with mental illness or childhood, learning about celebrities who’ve had similar experiences can be freeing.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50KTpAWGclQ Brazil-Unreported, an endeavor of Brazil's Mekim-na-Save Projek (Open-Learning Project), is a public translation, “localization” and subtitling service dedicated to bridging linguistic divides in...
Time for all Amerika’s prisoners to rise up by Keith ‘Malik’ Washington “The essence of slavery was coercion of the most primitive kind. The relationships between master...
by Katy St. Clair San Francisco – Youths ages 17 and below who are detained by San Francisco police officers will now be guaranteed to have...
“Listen to Me Marlon” is a documentary film by Stevan Riley that takes a candid look at the life, activism and work of the legendary, charismatic and mercurial film icon Marlon Brando, whose career spanned five decades. The late Brando narrates the film exclusively with sound taken from hundreds of hours of audio that he himself recorded privately over the course of 40 years.
On March 9, 2015, U.S. President Obama issued an executive order declaring a “national emergency” affirming that “the situation in Venezuela” poses an “unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States.” This is the latest measure of U.S. imperialist meddling in the internal affairs of a sovereign nation like the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and as such is strongly condemned by the Hands off Venezuela campaign.
In the centennial year of the Universal Negro Improvement Association-African Community League, we should think about making our communities economically self-sufficient, where our Black businesses could afford to hire every Black person in the Black community who wants to work. That will only happen if we spend most if not all of our money on a regular basis in our community with each other, as much as we can.
After the Richmond City Council meeting of July 1, I experienced one of the most intense and hostile encounters I have had to endure as a public official and in my entire life for that matter. Since then, there has been at least one news report and a series of deliberate misrepresentations of what took place that night. It is not my intention to respond to false accusations raised or dignify the insults with a response.
The Cindy Sheehan campaign to replace Nancy Pelosi in Congress is offering a new vision for San Francisco and the nation. Cindy believes in peace, accountability, freedom and well being for all. She believes that war should be a last resort for defense and not the handy policy tool that it is currently being used as. She believes that healthcare is a basic right in a democratic society and should not be based on ability to pay.