Tuesday, November 29, 2022
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Opinion: Tell the Supreme Court – We Still Need Affirmative Action
November 10, 2022
One of the great joys of my life is teaching. I’m fortunate to teach classes on social justice at the University of Pennsylvania, one of the most respected schools in the country. Penn has a longstanding commitment to affirmative action, and I have seen first-hand how diversity in the classroom benefits all my students. ... read more »
Your Vote May Help the Voiceless 
November 3, 2022
Do you happen to be one of the people that does not bother to vote?  Do you realize that your vote matters to more than just you and your family? The vote that you cast today may also be the voice for those who feel hopeless and helpless tomorrow.   ... read more »
“Imprisoned by The Constipated Mind Part3 – Hit The Road!”  
November 3, 2022
Moses was born to be rescued and to rescue others. He was born approximately 1571-1491 B.C. during which time, the Pharaoh was persecuting Hebrews by enslaving them and practicing infanticide by killing baby boys.   ... read more »
Save California’s Children with a Yes on Prop 31 
November 3, 2022
    Next week, you have a chance to save lives by voting YES on Proposition 31. By voting YES, you are voting YES for life, ... read more »
Prop 26 Keeps Promise to Marginalized Communities While Prop 27 Enriches Out-Of-State Gambling Corporations
November 3, 2022
By now you’ve likely received your November ballot and are probably confused about the differences between the two sports wagering measures, Propositions 26 and 27. ... read more »
Voting and Struggling to Remake America: Improving the Conditions and Capacities for Life 
November 3, 2022
By any sane and serious reasoning, measure and meaning, these are bleak, unBlack, challenging and taxing times for this country and especially for us as a people. America, the beautiful, has revealed its ugly monster side, a defining part of its multiple personalities since its framing and founding.   ... read more »
Rick Caruso’s Record of Anti-Black Behavior
November 3, 2022
As voting begins, Angelenos have an important choice to make about who should take on the difficult task of rebuilding trust among our diverse communities of color. I am here to tell you, Rick Caruso has a record of anti-Black behavior that should disqualify him as mayor. ... read more »
Calling Mister Senor Love Daddy
November 3, 2022
In Spike Lee’s iconic racial-awakening film, “Do The Right Thing,” the legendary Samuel L. Jackson plays the role of a charismatic, peace-and-love promoting disc jockey in a Brooklyn neighborhood named “Mister Senor Love Daddy.” Boy oh boy – have we needed Mister Senor Love Daddy’s messaging and leadership in my beloved Los Angeles this past couple of weeks. ... read more »
How the Nury Martinez, Gil Cedillo, Kevin de Leòn and Ron Herrerra’s Racist Comments are a Teachable Moment
October 27, 2022
Watching the city council meetings days after the recording of unhinged racist remarks by the three Latino councilmembers and Ron Herrera from the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor showed the anger and frustration of the public towards morally corrupt leaders. ... read more »
Measure HC is Unfair and Unequal for Health Care Workers
October 27, 2022
The pandemic put into light how critical our healthcare workers are in our local communities. These frontline workers should be adequately compensated for their heroic efforts, ... read more »
Reimagining and Reordering L.A. City Governance: An Ethics of Shared Power and Shared Good 
October 27, 2022
In the wake of the revelation of the scathing and scandalous racist sentiments and proposals harbored and hawked by three Latino city council members and a labor leader, there has been a virtually unanimous call and demand for them to do the right thing and resign.   ... read more »
Kevin De León : Don’t Hate the Player, Change the Game 
October 27, 2022
Last week, disgraced Los Angeles Councilmember Kevin De León emerged from hiding to go on a curated media tour to double down on his position that he will not resign from office after his involvement in a recorded conversation in which Latino officials made crude, racist remarks and conspired to expand their political power.  ... read more »
“Mental Imprisonment-The Constipated Mind – Baby On The Run” Part 2 
October 27, 2022
Moses had lived a life of privileges and luxury - the Egyptian lifestyle - for about 40 years. He had seen firsthand how the Egyptian culture worked where he learned science, mathematics and other highly cultural ethics and intelligences. Speaking metaphorically, his whole life was like being “on the run.”   ... read more »
Save Your Breast By Doing The Test  
October 27, 2022
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  The point is to raise awareness around the impact of breast cancer.  Women should start considering getting mammograms on a regular basis around the age of 40 and annually after turning 50. ... read more »
Los Angeles – on Kevin de León, It’s Time to Put Up or Shut Up
October 20, 2022
The situation with disgraced Los Angeles City Councilmember Kevin de León reached a new low Wednesday, Oct. 19, with his proud admission during a news interview that he is not resigning, putting to rest any hope that he would do the right thing and step down. ... read more »

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