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Teachers In The Bay Area Have A Plan To Fight Back Against Trump

Some teachers in California are ready and willing to fight back if President-elect Donald Trump does anything to harm their students. As part of a group unofficially known as “Educators in Resistance,” teachers in San Francisco and Oakland have pledged not to cooperate with or normalize an administration that they think emboldens white supremacy. Show More Summary

Credit To Yvette Carnell (Breaking Brown) [And You Too "Vic78] - Black People Are Waking Up To The BATTLE ROYALE That The "Black Racial Services Machine" Draws The Black Rank & File Into IN ORDER TO HARVEST BLACK COMMUNITY VALUABLES

ONE POINT OF DISAGREEMENT: JOHN LEWIS IS ALLOWED TO SAY WHATEVER HE WANTS TO. CONTROL THE NARRATIVE AND YOU CONTROL THE PEOPLE Though I disagree with Yvette Carnell (and Boyce Watkins) on their ANALYSIS about many issues related to the...Show More Summary

President Obama's Best Pop-Culture Moments

As Barack Obama rides out his final week as president, we’re remembering him as America’s signature pop-culture president. Oh sure, television got John F. Kennedy elected in 1960, Ronald Reagan began his career as a movie star, and Bill Clinton amplified his cool factor by playing saxophone on “The Arsenio Hall Show” in 1992. Show More Summary

Hope Is The Only Candle That Cannot Be Blown Out

Remembering Martin Luther King surely reminds us of the miles we’ve walked, but it also forces us to admit how many miles ahead there are. It’s sobering to acknowledge how slow and uneven our progress has been, and right now the catastrophic consequences of our lack of progress weighs heavily. Show More Summary

Read Dr. King's Legendary 'I Have A Dream' Speech In Full

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a remarkable man who valued equality, justice and love. Each year, as we celebrate MLK Day and reflect on his iconic legacy, let us be reminded of his relentless fight and profound dream to have all men and women be treated equal. Show More Summary

Listen To Justin Trudeau Speak Tamil To Celebrate Canada's Diversity

Happy Thai Pongal to Tamils celebrating! Joyeux Thaï Pongal aux tamouls qui célèbrent! Iniya Pongal Nalvazhthukkal: pic.twitter.com/AT8YE4t3AB — Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) January 14, 2017 On the same day President-elect Donald Trump criticized civil rights icon Rep. Show More Summary

Eddie Huang Opens Up About Why Asian Male Stereotypes Are So Painful

Celebrity restauranteur Eddie Huang responded to Steve Harvey’s recent distasteful jokes about Asian men with some poignant words. The Fresh Off The Boat author wrote a raw, revealing op-ed in the New York Times on Saturday addressing...Show More Summary

Dear Mr. Trump: I Love Where I Live

This morning, our president-elect said some ugly things about my neighborhood. I am represented in Congress by John Lewis, and Donald Trump told anyone on Twitter that Lewis’ district, which is also my district, was run-down and crime...Show More Summary

In Reflection: Baltimore Uprising Photographer Devin Allen

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Celebrities Honor Martin Luther King Jr.'s Legacy Over Twitter

It would be a disservice to the incredible life that Martin Luther King Jr. led to let MLK Day pass by without a word. And so celebrities came out to share their thoughts, dreams and favorite quotes on Monday. Nearly 50 years after his death, King’s words still incite passion, fervor and hope. Show More Summary

As Obama’s Presidency Comes To An End, Take Some Time To Reflect But Never Forget To Keep Climbing

The coincidence of the end of the Obama administration and the celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King invites some reflection on the connection between the election of the first Black president and the life and work of the great civil rights advocate. Show More Summary

Why They Wrote About Murder In The Bronx

Al Baker and Benjamin Mueller of The New York Times spent a year writing about every single murder in the 40th Precinct of the Bronx. While the murder rate has dropped to all-time lows in many other parts of New York City, this precinct,...Show More Summary

John Lewis’ Book Sales Skyrocket After Trump's Appalling Tweet

Donald Trump’s attempt to discredit Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga) via Twitter backfired. Big time. The president-elect responded to Lewis’ statement to NBC News on Friday that he was not a “legitimate president” by tweeting that Lewis was an...Show More Summary

T.I. Writes 'Honest' Unapologetic Letter To Trump

A week after he published a letter detailing his heartfelt sentiments on Obama’s legacy, T.I. is opening up about President-elect Donald Trump. On Friday, the rapper published his second installment in a series of open letters addressing social issues, this time on RollingStone.com. Show More Summary

"What Goes On Inside Of Ebenezer Baptist Church On MLK Jr Day Each Year"............INCREASINGLY Does Not Represent The REALITY Of The "Black Women Seen Crying" In The Areas Where The EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH HVAC SYSTEM And P.A. SYSTEM Does Not Reach

THEY CAN'T HELP THEMSELVES, FOLKSAND THEY REALIZE THAT THE NEWS MEDIA ANALYSTS WILL GIVE THEM AN OPEN MICROPHONE AT THEIR "BLACK LIBERATION THEOLOGY POLITICAL RALLY" -WITHOUT BRINGING THE FACE OF "THE PEOPLE" INTO THE RITUAL WORSHIPShow More Summary

Pardoning Lawful Immigrants for Minor Offenses

President Obama still has time to save an important group of immigrants from deportation - lawful permanent residents who once committed minor criminal offenses, somewhere between 100,000 and 200,000 people. https://www.nytimes.com/Show More Summary

In Mexico, gas is fueling the flames of revolt

People protesting hikes in Mexican fuel prices block access to a Pemex gas station. Edgard Garrido/Reuters Luis Gómez Romero, University of Wollongong It is already clear that 2017 will be a difficult year for Mexico - and not just because...Show More Summary

Dear Clueless Gwinnett County Commissioner Tommy Hunter: JOHN LEWIS Is NOT "A Racist". IF You Had A Clue You Would Focus On The Migration Of "Black Flight Progressives" OUT OF "Stone Mountain (Dekalb County) Into Gwinnett County - And WHO NOW Will Be Mot

It Would Be Best For SBPDL To Advise Its Members And Affiliates To NOT Use The Term "RACIST" Against Black People - AS THIS WORD HAS BEEN SO MOLESTED THAT IT NO LONGER CAPTURES THE REALITY OF OUR TIMES. Gwinnett County Commissioner Tommy...Show More Summary

Georgia County Commissioner Calls Civil Rights Leader John Lewis A 'Racist Pig'

A white county commissioner in Georgia accused Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.), who is black, of being a “racist pig” over the weekend after the congressman criticized President-elect Donald Trump. Tommy Hunter, a Republican on the GwinnettShow More Summary

Octavia Spencer Bought Out A Screening Of 'Hidden Figures' For Low-Income Families

“Hidden Figures” star Octavia Spencer knows firsthand that many families won’t have the opportunity to see the movie while it continues its reign at the box office. “My mom would not have been able to afford to take me and my siblings,” the actor said in a message posted to her Instagram account. Show More Summary

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