Tag Archives: Black Lives Matter
In El Cajon, long histories of racial and anti-immigrant violence have fused together in a matrix of fanatical Christian conservatism. By Mike Davis | The Rag Blog | October 25, 2015 (Wednesday, September 28) Alfred Olongo, a 38-year-old Ugandan refugee … finish reading :
A week in the death of Alfred Olongo: This
is a journal
Those interested in the reasons for black oppression by the state may conclude that it adds to the corporate bottom line. By Mariann G. Wizard | The Rag Blog | October 20, 2015 As a jack-of-all-trades writer and 50-year political … finish reading :
Why ‘Black Lives Matter,’ a lot!
Police violence against African-American communities continues to be a commonplace feature of national life and must be seriously addressed. By Jay D. Jurie | The Rag Blog | July 7, 2015 The Black Panthers: Early proponents of Black Lives Matter … finish reading :
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