“Not only do prisoners at Angola toil at the same work as enslaved Africans hundreds of years ago, but many of the white guards come from families that have lived on the grounds since the plantation days.”
“Let’s get in front of the media and those who would continue to pit us against each other. Let’s outline what we want from candidates clearly and decisively and then show up at debates, speeches, etc. and ask the questions that mattered to the margin
“Is a vegan lifestyle really a “cruelty free” lifestyle? Why is it so easy to prioritize cruelty inflicted on animals over cruelty inflicted on brown people?”
“Whatever your feelings on the blockade, Hamas or the Israeli government, as Justice Elyakim Rubinstein points out, it is in the interests of everybody who cares about the region to help these students to study.”
“Moriah Reid, the teenages chosen by a panel of judges as Miss Hispanic Week on May 23, is the first biracial beauty queen ever elected — her mother is Dominican and her father, Scottish.”
“A judge declared a mistrial Wednesday in the case of a man who stormed into a Jewish center two years ago and shot six women, killing one, as he ranted against Israel and the Iraq war.”
“The two presumptive nominees –Sen. Barack Obama (D-Illinois) and Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) — will discuss issues facing minorities in the U.S. The two-hour broadcast is a first in UNITY’s history.”
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