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  1. River of Haitians march to stop the attacks on President Aristide and the Lavalas mov
  2. Mind food
  3. Students love their library
  4. Prop 36: Justice denied, now what?
  5. Bruce Dixon: Diversity is not justice, equity or peace
  6. The Abolitionists or absolute bull: The myth of the Great White Hope
  7. Showdown at San Onofre
  8. Anyone Ordered Their Django Action Figures Yet
  9. Information For TIs
  10. Zimbabwe delayed land reform to save South Africa from prolonged Apartheid
  11. ACLU opposes SFPD taser deployment
  12. Wanda’s Picks for January 2013
  13. FCC takes action toward fair prison phone rates and stronger communities
  14. Protest Red Cross theft of Haitian relief on third earthquake anniversary
  15. Invisible bodies
  16. Buy Black Wednesdays: Science of the years
  17. U.S. issues Haiti travel warning: How dare they!
  18. Uganda still won’t hang the gays, but it’s about to drill for billions of barrels of
  19. The british political tropical education system for africa
  20. Boycott all the brands that helped kill Prop. 37
  21. Fired up!
  22. Manteca killer cop cleared of any wrongdoing
  23. Imhotep
  24. Report from North Kern: Progress and chaos on the road to liberation
  25. How CDCr scams California taxpayers
  26. Minister Farrakhan on ‘Django Unchained’: ‘It’s preparation for race war’
  27. Destroy N Rebuild Radio - Love and the the Injured Afrikan Mind
  28. Israeli white supremacy-the diffence between zionism and Judaism
  29. FBI documents reveal secret nationwide Occupy monitoring
  30. A woman’s perspective: Our time is now to support our youth
  31. Check ‘n Go borrowers eligible for $4.3 million in refunds
  32. Tarantino,John Brown He's one of my biggest heroes of all time......
  33. Osborne Anderson escaped from the Harpers Ferry
  34. Any Thoughts on American Colonization Society
  35. Electroshock torture handcuffs now patented: Deliver shocking torture, ‘gas injection
  36. If only you could see our beat up and emaciated bodies
  37. The legend of Lincoln unchained
  38. U.S. deploying troops to 35 African countries
  39. Martin Delany’s reply to Uncle Tom's Cabin
  40. Black Audiences, White Stars and ‘Django Unchained’
  41. CDCR’s Oct. 11, 2012, Security Threat Group Pilot Program
  42. Political prisoner Khalfani Malik Khaldun puts the Indiana prison system on trial
  43. Save Liberty Hall, the Marcus Garvey Building in West Oakland
  44. Chaka Khan helps raise $14 million for terrorist
  45. Report from the Pelican Bay SHU Short Corridor Representatives: Continued ignoring of
  46. UN capitalizing on cholera, playing both arsonist and fireman
  47. The Monster is in the House: The Cause of Consciousness in the Diaspora
  48. Report from North Kern: Progress and chaos on the road to liberation
  49. Victoire Ingabire spends her third Christmas behind bars
  50. Batala: Musical waves from Bahia, Brazil, to the Bay
  51. Vietnam, Afghanistan, Somalia … Congo? The DRC?
  52. Culture of violence
  53. White Women
  54. Reflections on our accomplishments so far – no more suffering in silence
  55. John Lewis slams Obama’s fiscal cliff proposal to cut Social Security
  56. From slavery to suicide
  57. Children receive gifts from loved ones behind bars at Community Giveback
  58. Nobody deserves to be tortured: a response to CDCR’s STG-SDP plan
  59. Dr. Booker t. Coleman will be presenting in philadelphia
  60. Susan Rice’s defense of Kagame in Congo puts Obama State Department on the defensive
  61. Cynthia McKinney, IAC Co-Director Sara Flounders travel to Pakistan in solidarity wit
  62. Supreme Court rules cops can be filmed
  63. Israel: Ethiopian Jews’ birth rate falls 50%
  64. I Guess You Can Say It Came Straight From The Horses Mouth
  65. Assemblymember Ammiano introduces Homeless Bill of Rights
  66. ‘Occupy Our Homes’ protest: Wells Fargo Bayview Branch Ground Zero
  67. Modern Day Lynchings in Delaware
  68. A Black-Woman Who Tells It Like It Is!!!
  69. U.S. at U.N. prisoners’ rights meeting: Progress, but still wrong on solitary confine
  70. North York Immigration lawyer
  71. Race, family and Down syndrome under the big lights
  72. Congo, AFRICOM and the U.S. Corporate Council on Africa
  73. 7th Annual San Francisco Kwanzaa Celebration
  74. Toss wasteful defense weapons programs off the cliff
  75. Cleveland PD murders unarmed Black couple, firing 137 shots
  76. A question from a white nationalist.
  77. Six million dead since 1996? It’s time to break the silence on the Congo War
  78. Racism at its worst: The story of Kenny Zulu Whitmore
  79. Police State: What is a police Officer?
  80. Wanda’s Picks for December 2012
  81. Something Else To Consider: Buzz-Words And Catch-Phrases
  82. Things About The War That The Corporate News Media Hardly Focuses On... If Ever
  83. Phantom Negro Weapons
  84. Police Officer Admits He Plants Drugs on Strangers’ Cars to Test K9 Alerts
  85. We need Lynne Stewart back on the front lines
  86. Poem - African Princess
  87. Oakland’s City Girl Farmstore: an interview with owner Abeni Massey
  88. Obstacles to Black economic development
  89. The courage to fight for love matters
  90. A Harriet Tubman Christmas story: an interview with ‘Go Tell It!’ playwright Taiwo Ku
  91. Withhold U.S. aid to speed end of atrocities in Congo
  92. Creating broken men?
  93. Jeff Adachi wins national award for defending the poor
  94. The Political Fight for a Cure The Cancer of Police Violence
  95. Free Lynne Stewart: an open letter to the Center for Constitutional Rights
  96. Deadly force the ‘only’ option?
  97. Destroy N Rebuild Radio - Know Your History, Aint No Mystery
  98. believe or not to believe
  99. asking for a understanding
  100. A Couple Of Really Good Debates Between Capitalism And Socialism
  101. Lessons On Economics You Might Find Interesting
  102. Black Businesses win a chance to work on the $68 billion California High Speed Rail P
  103. The youth are our future
  104. Pan African designs adorn leatherworker Shaka Camera’s hand tooled bags at the KPFA C
  105. OMI neighbors, Inner City Youth call for reopening 103 Broad St.
  106. Are lesser evils progress or collateral damage?
  107. Hip Learning: an interview wit’ founder Naru Kwina
  108. San Quentin 3 declare solidarity with prisoners’ agreement to end hostilities
  109. Stop retaliation, racism and bullying by principal of Martin Luther King Middle Schoo
  110. Some More Sister-Warrior Cynthia!!!
  111. Do You Know About The "ITU" ?
  112. Cynthia McKinney On "The Power Hour" Radio Show
  113. Tears of sorrow and rage: Oakland PD, the Black Panthers and Alan Blueford
  114. ‘Fiscal cliff’ scare just a fake crisis
  115. Homefulness, a landless people’s solution to houselessness
  116. Chavez: Every Venezuelan to have dignified home by 2019 ‘whatever it costs’
  117. Justice 4 Alan Blueford – JAB – power punching the Oakland PD
  118. Murdered by police for being Black and poor
  119. Black Media Appreciation Night was a dream come true – thank you all!
  120. Sleeping on the street
  121. Decriminalizing our lives – one family at a time
  122. Marcus Garvey Versus W.E.B. Dubois: What Have We Learnt
  123. From skid row to your overpriced condo: Po’ folks resisting removal
  124. From foreclosure to homelessness
  125. Parents to Supervisor Wiener: Our families are an appropriate use of transit funds
  126. Terry Collins and Willie Ratcliff, the OGs of KPOO and the Bay View, discuss life and
  127. Update from Calipatria ASU: It’s a big difference here
  128. M23 tragedy manufactured by Rwanda and Uganda
  129. The Bay View has been my strength
  130. ‘Information Age’: an interview wit’ M1 of the revolutionary rap group dead prez
  131. Tony Pirone shouldn’t have a badge
  132. ‘My People Are Rising’: an interview wit’ Black Panther and author Aaron Dixon
  133. Black media, Black liberation: an interview with People’s Minister of Information JR
  134. Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. resigns amidst health and legal problems
  135. Race and ranked choice voting in San Francisco
  136. ‘Settle your quarrels’: Update on End to Hostilities, prisoners’ demands, hunger stri
  137. Vote ‘United for Community Radio’ for the KPFA Local Station Board
  138. Resistance to Martelly regime grows in Haiti
  139. Occupy Sandy, from relief to resistance
  140. Legislative Analyst Office predicts Corrections won’t meet budget reductions
  141. Amid calls for more war crimes, Israel minister hopes attacks will ‘reformat’ Gaza
  142. Reaching Out to the Family From West Africa
  143. California leaders call on Gov. Brown to grant demands of prisoners in solitary confi
  144. Sandy aftermath: Humanitarian crisis in Coney Island projects
  145. UK Parliament: Is budget support providing Kagame cover in Congo and Rwanda?
  146. Women boxers rise worldwide: an interview wit’ flyweight champion Ava Knight
  147. San Francisco Mental Health Board to vote on ‘no tasers’ resolution Nov. 14
  148. Labor supports Justice 4 Alan Blueford Nov. 10 march against racial profiling
  149. For public housing residents after Sandy, ‘a slow-motion Katrina’
  150. Three Strikes is cruel and unusual: an interview wit’ ‘Cruel and Unusual’ director Sa
  151. Victoire Ingabire’s family faces her prison sentence in Rwanda
  152. A Love Supreme: an interview with ‘Spirit Seeker’ author Gary Golio
  153. Martial mastery and the African origins of Shaolin
  154. Mr. President, three wishes of a Black American
  155. Corporate millions, deceptive ads only narrowly shut down Prop 37, GE food labeling
  156. Voters lighten Three Strikes while increasing revenues for education
  157. The 2012 election heralded by Sergio Romo’s shirt
  158. De La Fuente out: Oakland voters send a clear message on gang injunctions
  159. KPFA subscribers, be sure to vote for a Local Station Board that represents you!
  160. Last minute appeal from death row: Vote No on 34 to protect our due process rights
  161. In celebration of true revolutionaries
  162. Survey questionnaire from the Pelican Bay Human Rights Movement First Amendment Campa
  163. Rock the vote! Rock the boat!
  164. Proposition 36 on the Three Strikes Law: a poverty skolar’s report
  165. Obama in Africa: Mauritius, the Chagos Archipelago and the Indian Ocean
  166. Black media’s quarterback: an interview wit’ journalist Kevin Weston
  167. LWOP: Death sentence by another name – Vote No on 34
  168. The Rastafarians of San Quentin
  169. Gang investigators call sacred Mayan numeral a gang symbol
  170. California’s Prop 34: Yes or no, the death penalty remains
  171. San Francisco post offices spared the axe
  172. City College belongs to us: Three faculty perspectives
  173. California’s cruelest prisons
  174. End of hostilities holds in prisons statewide and spreads to the streets
  175. German Town Jamaica!?!?
  176. Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on more than just NYC
  177. Hurricane Survival
  178. SFPD chief invites the community into the taser debate, shuts down people of color!
  179. UK rethinking budget support to Kagame’s Rwanda
  180. Implicated in Congo crimes, Rwanda’s Gen. Kagame has bigger headache than silencing V
  181. Obama working with the devils? who will you vote for?
  182. German town Jamaica
  183. Panthers celebrate 46th anniversary
  184. Bill Owens of Cascos Martial Arts Academy is in financial trouble
  185. The vortex of dementia
  186. Bani Walid pays price for refusing to accept the mark of the beast
  187. Gov. Jerry Brown at NAACP State Convention
  188. Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Be man enough to say ‘I’m sorry’
  189. Richard lives! More thoughts on my friend, Richard Aoki
  190. They circle like vultures
  191. Pelican Bay Human Rights Movement Bulletin: File your complaint
  192. Freedom, justice and human rights vs. potty watch
  193. Why Can't Africa Defend Itself??
  194. Cynthia McKinney on leadership
  195. Look who’s punishing violent cops now!
  196. Steve Champion, promised release from Adjustment Center, ends hunger strike
  197. Help U.S. graduates of medical school in Cuba prepare to serve needy communities at h
  198. Support Zulu’s legal fund; get his beautiful, hand-crafted jewelry
  199. Making fitness ‘fit’ into everyday activities
  200. Regional funding revived for Free Muni for Youth
  201. Banks spend millions on ads to silence media on foreclosure crisis: Vote Yes on C
  202. Don’t let the torturer define torture
  203. San Francisco Sheriff’s Department registers record number of inmate voters
  204. Attempted ivory tower assassination of Malcolm X: an interview wit’ Jared Ball, edito
  205. Tom Shelly explains why it is wrong to hate Ni**ers
  206. Ten Reasons Not To Abolish Slavery
  207. Slave Farms in the 21st Century
  208. Racism and classism in Berkeley streets and schools
  209. Being apart of a "RACE", keeps you in the RACE.
  210. Rep. Gohmert Says America is Worse off Now than During Slavery
  211. From foreclosure to homelessness
  212. The Bay View stands by Julian Davis, our first choice for District 5 supervisor
  213. Open letter to Gov. Jerry Brown: Stop the torture now
  214. Rwanda: Victoire Ingabire facing possible life sentence on Friday, Oct. 19
  215. On anniversary of hunger strike, Pelican Bay prisoners in solitary confinement see no
  216. Free community screening of ‘As Goes Janesville’ Oct. 16
  217. Steve Champion: Nine days into his death row hunger strike, he’s lost 51 pounds
  218. California rises to prisoners’ challenge to end racial hostilities
  219. Acción Latina presents First Annual Mission Latin Jazz Festival Oct. 13-14
  220. Gulf Coast joins together to help those in need due to Hurricane Isaac
  221. Academic Racist J. Philippe Rushton Dead
  222. Victory for Chávez is a victory for Latin America
  223. Time traveling: an interview wit’ African historian Runoko Rashidi
  224. Afrika in need of Doula's
  225. Indigenous Day, not Columbus Day
  226. Death Row prisoner Steve Champion, Tookie’s friend, on hunger strike since Oct. 4
  227. The District 5 Poor Peoples Candidate Forum
  228. Cynthia McKinney exposes ‘soft repression,’ political bullying
  229. Black and Brown laughter
  230. Good Ole Ann Coulter At It Again....Planned Parenthood
  231. Haiti’s constitutional horror show
  232. Hunters Point-born Marilyn Thomas wins high honor at SF State
  233. Wanda’s Picks for October 2012
  234. "Plantation Retreats" Where Black People Go to Serve Their White "Masters"
  235. Who is John McNeil
  236. Welcome to segregated California
  237. A conversation with Sam King, author of ‘The African American’s Guide to Working from
  238. Three Strikes: Today’s civil rights challenge
  239. Lightin’ the fire in the mind: an interview wit’ children’s book author Akua Ngusi
  240. Mapping the war on the right to vote
  241. ‘The Streetz Gon’ Cry’: an interview wit’ author Big Tray Deee and Anthony Barrows
  242. Good hair and fair skin vs. Gabby Douglas, Michelle Obama and Essence Magazine
  243. Go on
  244. Ammiano decries Gov. Brown’s veto of media access to prisoners
  245. South Africa’s strikes are growing and spreading
  246. No new jails! Californians fight on a year after realignment
  247. It is a matter of innocence, not economics
  248. Politics of voting: Open windows, election time and voting in Black America
  249. Moor Books?
  250. Bay View Voters Guide