Subject: Let’s Rename Justin Herman Plaza for Maya Angelou
Great idea, Randy. Justin Herman should be honored for tearing down the Western Addition?
Occupy has been calling it Chelsea Manning Plaza for years.
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New report warns that, due to lack of oversight, ‘vast majority of the fraud perpetrated by charter officials will go undetected’
Accepting and soliciting bribes. Diverting public funds for personal profit. Lying about the number of students. These are just Read More »
Electing African-American political leaders has done little to alleviate the suffering of Black America.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of many of the most significant events of the Black Freedom Struggle of the 1960s. Two years ago, we celebrated Read More »
For Catherine Green, home for the last three decades has been a comfortable apartment in the sprawling 43-unit Boulevard Villa near Crenshaw and Venice boulevards in Mid-City Los Angeles. Her alert gaze, energetic demeanor and perfect posture give no hint Read More »
July 30 this year will be a very special day — the celebration of the 50th birthday of Medicare, which serves mainly senior citizens. But although President Johnson signed both Medicare and Medicaid bills on July 30, 1965, senior citizen Read More »
Subject: Compton’s Riot Forged Bruce Jenner’s Path
Great educational facts about the early gay rights movement. There was a law on the S.F. books that if women wore slacks, they could not wear men’s pants and that the zipper had Read More »