American Voters Are Getting All Mixed Up

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This article was first posted in The Huffington Post and Alternet. As anybody with a TV, radio or newspaper subscription can affirm, the big story coming out of the 2012 election is the long feared/eagerly awaited arrival of the Latino … Continued

Can Los Angeles Break Its Car Addiction?

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There’s a story familiar to many Angelenos about the nefarious corporate conspiracy that killed the Red Car, Los Angeles’ glorious but short-lived early twentieth century public transportation system. It’s a dramatic fable, which also happens to be profoundly untrue. The tale begins … Continued

Attack of the Angry Black Woman

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In a recent interview with Roland Martin, Rachel Jeantel’s attorney Rod Vereen discloses a heartbreaking statement from Rachel about her friend, Trayvon Martin: “…he was one of the few guys that never made fun of me, about the way I … Continued

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