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  1. SFUSD recruiting people of color for substitute teacher positions
  2. San Mateo County residents protest toxic jail on Earth Day
  3. Corcoran SHU staff told to ignore legal mandate to protect lives of hunger strikers
  4. Afro-Venezuelans say no to the advance of the undemocratic, racist and fascist far ri
  5. Greg Curry on Lucasville Uprising and 20th anniversary hunger strike demanding media
  6. Cynthia McKinney on Obama, Africa and fake change
  7. Lucasville Prison Rebellion 20 years later: an interview wit’ political prisoner Imam
  8. White immigration VS black immigration. "white genocide" is code for anti mixed race.
  9. Now what do I get out of this?
  10. Ninth Circuit upholds Caltrans equal opportunity program to counter discrimination in
  11. Fertilizer plant explosion Waco, Texas
  12. Cynthia McKinney tours Cali wit’ her new book ‘Ain’t Nothing Like Freedom’
  13. African Power somehow became synonymous with rolling over
  14. So much is at stake in Venezuela’s presidential election
  15. Chavez’ legacy, African solidarity and the African American people
  16. Enough already with tasers for San Francisco police!
  17. Court orders California prison population reduction plan in 21 days
  18. The 42 Priciples of Ma'at
  19. ‘Systemic failures persist’ in California prison mental health care, judge rules
  20. Stand with us in the upcoming peaceful struggle
  21. Blacks twice as likely as whites to develop Alzheimer’s
  22. Back to our Afrikan home
  23. International body slams U.S. solitary confinement practices
  24. Strategies CDCR may use in response to our peaceful protest
  25. KPFA, the local White Citizens Council and Jim Crow radio
  26. Settlement reached in Trayvon Martin wrongful death case
  27. The Prison Industrial Slave Complex, a profit-making industry
  28. Wanda’s Picks for April 2013
  29. The global campaign to save the life of Lynne Stewart gathers steam: 6,000 and counti
  30. ‘The Black Woman Is God’
  31. Trayvon Martin's Family Settles Wrongful Death Suit
  32. conglomerate hotel's invade Haiti
  33. Living to fulfill my dream
  34. Oh how I envy you.
  35. Prison-wide hunger strike still rages at Guantánamo
  36. SBA deputy said to go ‘beyond the call of duty’ for Black businesses
  37. Charlotte Hill O’Neal – Mama C: Urban African spirit visits Laney, CSU Eastbay
  38. Black self-respect/self-reliance war strategies
  39. Finding a mate does not mean to be a predator
  40. 5 reasons women ain’t feeling you
  41. U.S. drone policy: Sen. Rand Paul filibuster
  42. ‘The River’: an interview wit’ thespian Donald Lacy
  43. Additional prisoner grievances that must be addressed and corrected
  44. Cannabis – medicine and politics: an interview wit’ Dr. Aseem Sappal
  45. ‘Rolling’: an interview wit filmmaker Damon Jamal
  46. 23 years of solitary: Beyond ‘cruel and unusual’
  47. Inmate slavery and the prison industrial complex: Resilience vs. docility
  48. Ban Ki-moon: What about the people of the Congo?
  49. A lil’ bit ‘bout Leo’s legacy …
  50. The horrifying existence of solitary confinement
  51. Sacramento cancer rate dropped after shutdown of Rancho Seco reactor – 4,319 cancer c
  52. Taking back City College from the corporations – by any means necessary
  53. Prison rape: Sexual torture
  54. ‘No Faith’: an interview with author and motivational speaker Kendra Willis
  55. Why immigration reform is important
  56. Enlightened
  57. Through the looking glass: ‘The Mountaintop,’ ‘Black Power, Flower Power’ and ‘The Bl
  58. Pelikkkan Bay censorship reveals thought control agenda
  59. Leo L. Robinson, ILWU Local 10: Guerrilla fighter for the people
  60. Oregon prisoners driven to suicide by torture in solitary confinement units
  61. Medical neglect and pepper spray bring death to mentally ill man in SCI Albion’s dark
  62. Big-box hardware store supplies discrimination
  63. Bosco Ntaganda surrenders in Rwanda, but will global powers hold the real culprits of
  64. Women of the Congo decry U.S. neocolonialism
  65. Belize Territorial Volunteers demarcate border lines
  66. City auditor spanks Black council members for trying to bring jobs to Oakland
  67. ‘California in Crisis’ details Wells Fargo’s damage to California’s communities of co
  68. John Doyle: A giant passes
  69. Stop pre-emptive retaliation against hunger strikers!
  70. ‘Oakville’ filmmaker Lisbon Okafor speaks
  71. Rwandan police beat and arrest Victoire Ingabire’s supporters outside Rwanda’s Suprem
  72. The W.L. Nolen Mentorship Program
  73. Gen. Bosco Ntaganda’s ‘surprise surrender’? in the most heavily guarded area of Rwand
  74. Generational incarceration
  75. What influential people do you follow on twitter?
  76. Is Pacifica one foot in the grave?
  77. Motion denied, Governor: Medical neglect is still killing prisoners
  78. Robert Chrisman and The Black Scholar
  79. Pacifica selling out to Clear Channel?
  80. Bring JR back to KPFA now!
  81. India emerges as leader in 21st century ‘Scramble for Africa’
  82. Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson: They waited, wanted and watched for me to die…
  83. Taser community forums raise unanswered questions
  84. East Palo Alto youth grow leadership roots
  85. Slashed budget leaves hundreds of indigent defendants lawyerless in New Orleans
  86. U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether Kagame has immunity in U.S. courts
  87. Supreme Court hears Voting Rights Act challenge: The legal fight to protect white pow
  88. Hugo Chávez knew that his revolution depended on women
  89. Between Quvenzhané and a hard place
  90. Miles Smiles in Oakland
  91. Commentary by Amb. Raashida Talib-Din of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam
  92. ‘There is no turning back’: We salute a great freedom fighter – Comandante Hugo Chave
  93. Mayor Lee announces support for fully funding GoSolarSF program
  94. Fukushima two years later: Basic guide
  95. Zionism, Rwanda and American universities
  96. BlaQuarterbacK
  97. Recently introduced legislation threatens right of neighborhood groups to challenge i
  98. Being on the outside, writing in
  99. To our brothers inside the walls: a report back from the hearing on solitary confinem
  100. Court misses white racial entitlement
  101. The joy of fatherhood: Helpful tips for fathers and men who want to become fathers
  102. ‘African Independence’ doc: an interview wit’ filmmaker Tukufu Zubieri
  103. Wanda’s Picks for March 2013
  104. Crime, criminalization and gun control: Oakland leads the way in crime hysteria
  105. Belva Davis: ‘Never in my wildest dreams’ – What a night to remember
  106. Combat the emasculation of M.L. King Jr.
  107. Solidarity and solitary: When unions clash with prison reform
  108. FIVE DOLLARS A DAY, By Arifah Madyan
  109. RUMEC, fighting corporate oppression, ignorance and poverty through construction
  110. Small steps, great strides
  111. ‘Watch Phoenix Rise’: wit’ film-maker Ramasses Head
  112. Sacramento hearing exposes CDCR’s hidden agenda
  113. Sensory deprivation: an unnatural death
  114. Muni’s shameful racism: T-Train stops short of BVHP
  115. Gang rape: The South African death of Thandiswa Qubuda
  116. Review: ‘41st & Central: The Untold Story of the L.A. Black Panthers’
  117. Rest in peace Hugo Chavez
  118. Lt. Frisk says pen pal requests are a threat to Pelican Bay
  119. A quiet revolution: ‘Not Meant to Live Like This: Weathering the storm of our lives i
  120. Abundant knowledge! Less bullets!
  121. Slavemasters Received Reparations
  122. Food justice: an interview wit’ food activist and musician AshEl
  123. Open letter to the California State Legislature from the Pelican Bay SHU Representati
  124. ‘Mugabe: Hero or Villain’: an interview wit’ filmmaker Roy Agyemang
  125. Congo peace treaty or roadmap to balkanization?
  126. Do you know how Ida B. Wells has affected our lives?
  127. The sequester and the Tea Party plot
  128. Creating broken men, Part 2
  129. The justice in Christopher Dorner’s rebellion
  130. Protect and elevate your woman
  131. What is brittish commonwealth to africa -- ??
  132. African American children with autism fall between the cracks
  133. Yee introduces bill to aid young parents in foster care system
  134. How the media tried to assassinate Chris Dorner
  135. Conceal you Aura
  136. Berkeley coalition demands access to information about death in police custody
  137. The CDCr-CCPOA lying game: Prisoners united, women and men, know the truth
  138. ‘Ma’ Ruth Ballard
  139. San Francisco launches Free Muni for Youth Pilot Program
  140. 'de-cloaking' german matrix reality in america!!!
  141. Final solution to black peoples' problems
  142. California Assembly reviews solitary confinement policies as prisoners threaten new h
  143. Everywhere is war: European warlords strike again – this time in Mali
  144. Dear Mandela: The dream you went to prison for has never been achieved
  145. Unity in organization
  146. A talk wit’ visual artist Karen Seneferu of ‘The Black Women is God’ visual arts show
  147. Allimadi: The U.S. is not interested in going after the LRA
  148. Western white supremacy at work:West's war against African development continues
  149. Man who stole Larry Faulks’ home pleads guilty to auction rigging, mail fraud
  150. Claudia Jones: African-Caribbean Communist defied racism, sexism and class oppression
  151. Let Bayview Hunters Point Community Legal help you fight for justice
  152. Obama administration official provides insights on U.S. Congo policy
  153. Proposed reforms will not alleviate the inhumanity of conditions in Security Housing
  154. Prisoners’ families and advocates to speak out at legislative hearing Feb. 25 on soli
  155. 10 things you didn’t know about Rosa Parks
  156. guy with deadly skin cancer needs HELP BAD!
  157. compatibility according to birth date :)
  158. Choice of words: an interview with MC and pianist Kev Choice
  159. AeroSoul3 exhibition: an interview wit’ curator Refa-1
  160. Justice for Kevin Clark! Stop racist police brutality!
  161. Prisoners’ peaceful protest to resume July 8 if demands are not met
  162. Chris Dorner is not the only one: Two officers, same stories, different outcomes
  163. First images released of Venezuelan President Chavez since his operation
  164. How law enforcement and media covered up the plan to burn Christopher Dorner alive
  165. Urban orchards pop up in San Francisco
  166. Making connections: Your True Standpoint links with Krip Hop Nation
  167. LAPD was never spooked by Christopher Dorner: Something don’t smell right
  168. Dorner case echoes California’s Black Panther past
  169. Wanted dead, not alive: LAPD is afraid of what renegade cop Chris Dorner has to say
  170. Dispatches From Cairo: Bragging About Gang Rape
  171. White supremacy (racism) against don omar in panama, central america!
  172. What the replicans, ted nugent, and 'good ole' boys in waco texas know in usa!
  173. Obama knows what ails Chicago: People need work
  174. Local boy with autism makes great gains
  175. Supermax prisoner represents himself in court while on hunger strike and wins
  176. Have we sold our souls by turning a blind eye to Obama’s drones?
  177. South African police arrest Congo rebels
  178. Will america 'lead' the coming global slave revolts???????
  179. Cop-on-cop crime in LA: American blowback
  180. The Oakland International Film Fest is back: an interview wit’ OIFF Director David Ro
  181. Roy Clay, Black Godfather of Silicon Valley
  182. Sharing My Blog
  183. All because I asked for an African American police officer
  184. Metro High School in Hunters Point focuses one-on-one on student achievement
  185. Black history maker Esther Cooper Jackson 1917-
  186. Political prisoners, mass incarceration and what’s possible for social movements
  187. SF School District blocks Blacks from rebuilding school
  188. U.S. African and Mideast policies: War as foreign aid and regime change as democratic
  189. 10 things you should know about slavery and won’t learn at ‘Django’
  190. FBI arrests Malcolm X grandson en route to Iran
  191. Professor’s movement tops $10 million for urban communities
  192. The obstructionist: George Giurbino of CDCr
  193. Eighth Annual Citgo-Venezuela Heating Oil Program launched
  194. White power to the rescue
  195. The Underground SRO Railroad and other acts of dismantling the plantation called Amer
  196. Buy Black Wednesdays: Black history is universal
  197. Chowchilla Freedom Rally: It just ain’t right
  198. ‘Call Mr. Robeson’: an interview wit’ thespian Tayo Aluko
  199. Save Treasure Island Job Corps
  200. Wanda’s Picks for February 2013
  201. Supervisor Avalos calls for investigation of LIBOR fraud by big banks
  202. Judges grant California six additional months to cut prison population
  203. Our children are affected by our incarceration
  204. CPUC’s San Onofre investigation: Parties cry foul
  205. Court finds Shell Nigeria guilty
  206. Working the room: Inmates in solitary confinement tell their stories and move people
  207. Reflections and dialogue with the Global South
  208. Discussion of lado ( lado enclave ) in sudan central africa .
  209. Saving City College of San Francisco: Faculty initiate campus and community coalition
  210. Imprisoned human rights attorney Lynne Stewart denied cancer treatment
  211. New Orleans police conviction vacated
  212. Leo Robinson, soul of the longshore
  213. Innocent but wearing guilty clothes
  214. Postal hunger strike to save 6-day delivery
  215. The N-word unchained
  216. Toward racial peace in all prisons
  217. ‘The 16th Strike,’ documentary on the current state of Blacks/Africans in America: in
  218. SFPD can’t stop and frisk, so they turn to ‘hunting’ and ‘wolf packing’
  219. Beyond banning ‘bad guns’ and ‘arming good guys’
  220. Something Strange Is Happening Here
  221. HUD housing programs at risk locally and across the nation
  222. I believe trying children as adults is unconstitutional
  223. To the Oakland City Council re its $250,000 corporate cop contract
  224. Chowchilla Freedom Rally to draw hundreds of Bay Area residents to Central Valley to
  225. A message to supporters of the Five Core Demands
  226. Was Oakland police consultant William Bratton involved in the failed Venezuela coup?
  227. Report: Dr. King’s dream of economic equality deferred as racial wealth disparities p
  228. No Bratton-style policing in Oakland: Unraveling the fraying edges of zero tolerance
  229. Martin, money and movies: ‘Django’ and ‘Lincoln’ remind us reparations should not be
  230. Another white devil planned a killing spree at a walmart after killing his family.
  231. Another side of King: Black economic power
  232. How we can truly honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  233. Martin Luther King Jr., John Carlos and the boycott that wasn’t, ‘an Olympics without
  234. It’s time to replace prison oppression with prisoner solidarity
  235. Build a movement to close solitary confinement
  236. Kevin Weston and Lateefah Simon launch national search for bone marrow match, seek to
  237. Sanctions on top Rwandans, not drones over the DRC
  238. The Pelikkkan Bay factor: An indictable offense
  239. Against capitalism: To exist we must resist
  240. M.O.I. JR speaks wit’ author Peter Maiden about his new book ‘Media Workers for Socia
  241. City College is NOT closed
  242. Sun of a. by Sefu Kafele
  243. What Wall Street has ALWAYS been about-SLAVERY
  244. Young lady killer: an interview wit’ Black Belt Tamia Hooker
  245. Fly and TaLea jump the broom!
  246. Stop the supercop! All out to Oakland City Hall Tuesday!
  247. Beloved camera man Bob Saulson passes
  248. New anti-tobacco ads for African American market unveiled
  249. Scare tactics: How loved ones are terrorized into breaking bonds with prisoners
  250. Gov. Brown tries to justify unconstitutional prison overcrowding, backslides on Corre