Alex Nieto Killed by Hail of Police Bullets in a Changing San Francisco

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Via Democracy Now – “We look at the case of Alex Nieto, a 28-year-old Latino man fatally shot by San Francisco police in March 2014. The police officers accused in More...

Seven Decades Ago the U.S. Detained 120,000 Japanese Americans, Could It Happen Again?

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Via Democracy Now – “As Secretary of State John Kerry visits Hiroshima, Japan, site of the 1945 U.S. nuclear attack which killed 140,000 people, most of them civilians, More...

Addiction, compassion, race: Looking back at the crack epidemic

Attorney general Richard Thornburgh and Drug Czar William Bennett in Washington, July 17, 1989, released results of an eight week anti-drug initiative. Here, in a photo taken during one of the raids, a U.S. Marshal, far left, keeps his pistol trained on suspects as other marshals raid a crackhouse. (AP Photo/Scott Applewhite via Newsworks)

Via Newsworks – “Today, there is a new epidemic,” Ronald Reagan told the nation during an address in 1986. “Smokable cocaine, otherwise known as crack. More...

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Our Last Note On The Prince We Will ‘Adore Until the End of Time’

By Sharon Toomer, BBN Publisher, Editor in Chief Through the course of three decades, I came to admire Prince as a human being, a distinctive soul and a treasured gift to all of More...

Prince Rogers Nelson’s Obituary – 1958 to 2016

Via Legacy – Prince Rogers Nelson’s Obituary – 1958 to 2016.   Via Legacy.com: Prince Rogers Nelson, the musical superstar known better simply as Prince, More...

The Ocoee, Florida Massacre

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Via The Weekly Challenger – “The Ocoee massacre, considered the “single bloodiest day in modern American political More...

(Video) What Happens When Wal-Mart Leaves a Small Town?

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Bloomberg News reports on the impact Wal-Mart has on small communities when it comes in, opens shop, and then leaves. Walmart More...

U.S. President Barack Obama, right, and his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro wave to cheering fans as they arrive for a baseball game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national baseball team, in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, March 22, 2016. The crowd roared as Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro entered the stadium and walked toward their seats in the VIP section behind home plate. It's the first game featuring an MLB team in Cuba since the Baltimore Orioles played in the country in 1999. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell) Fidel Castro scorns Obama’s Cuba visit

Via BBC – “Fidel Castro has broken his silence over President Obama’s Cuba visit in a...

Clinton-Berta Before Her Assassination, Berta Cáceres Singled Out Hillary Clinton for Backing Honduran Coup

Via Democracy Now – “Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is facing a new round of...

BertaCaceres Remembering Berta Cáceres, Assassinated Honduras Indigenous & Environmental Leader

Via Democracy Now – “Honduran indigenous and environmental organizer Berta Cáceres has been assassinated in her...

Our Last Note On The Prince We Will ‘Adore Until the End of Time’

Courtesy of New Power Generation (NPG)

By Sharon Toomer, BBN Publisher, Editor in Chief Through the course of three decades, I came to admire Prince More...

Prince Rogers Nelson’s Obituary – 1958 to 2016

Via Legacy – Prince Rogers Nelson’s Obituary – 1958 to 2016.   Via Legacy.com: Prince Rogers Nelson, the musical superstar known..

(Images) 1904 -1924 ‘The North American Indian’

1904 -1924 ‘The North American Indian – One man’s vision of a continent of cultures, via Mashable.com     See the..

All about Menopause: Well-being and Symptoms Relief

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Via Menopause Aid – “One unfortunate menopause symptom that many people fall prey to is the belief More...

An Alternative to the Holiday Binge

The Power of the Winter Solstice Did you know that our current celebrations of Christmas (including celebrating the birth of Christ)..

Thanksgiving and Color

Thanksgiving offers us a beautiful time to live in a dynamic field of gratitude. Who and what are you grateful for?..
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