Prop 64; High Rollers Only Need Apply What happens when the cannabis opportunity is out of the reach of the community entrepreneur? By Nechel Best Prop 64: Only high rollers can capitalize on cannabis economics. It’s not deep really, once again inebriating civic ignorance and political shenanigans collide, leaving us with a sobering reality: the economic […]

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Fear and Policing Police

Power to the People: Why We Need Civilian Police Review Boards – By Mary Frances Berry SDMNEWS tries it’s very best to inform its readers with the best critical thinking articles of great expansive thought available. With all of the shooting dramas in the past few weeks calls for broader and more think tanking than […]

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On A Beauty Mission

Next Stop Miss Black California SDM: What inspired you to run for Miss Black California? JG: First let me start out by saying that the title of Miss Black California USA is the gateway to the national title of Miss Black USA whose mission is to provide a national stage for its participants to showcase […]

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The March for Black Women

 The March for Black Women…Lit a Fire Under San Diego On Saturday, March 10, 2018, over 300 San Diegans of all ages, sizes, races, and religions showed up on the corner of Euclid Ave. and Logan in Southeast San Diego to stand in solidarity with Black Women. The March for Black Women San Diego (#M4BWSD) […]

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The Gold Standard of Journalism

The Life of the Man Lerone Bennett Jr. was the gold standard for Black journalists and historians. As Amiri Baraka once eulogized James Baldwin, Bennett “traveled the world like its historian and its biographer.” People remember “Before the Mayflower,” but they might have forgotten that Bennett once shared a jeep with the SNCC activists in […]

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