Tag: Black San Diego

BLACK Wealth for Civil Rights

The title will astound you if you were to truly understand it. The year 2022 presents the Black individual with a real conundrum. It doesn’t matter if you are, a Ph.D., JD, CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST, COMMUNITY LEADER, ENTREPRENEUR, or a simple sympathizer of Black People, if you do not understand the exceptionalism of Black people

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Entrepreneur of 2021

Shala Waines; The Vision Creative Behind Soul Swap Meet Publisher Cheryl Morrow spoke to Shala about her vision and passion for Black San Diego, and the opportunity her vision affords Black businesses. It is clear that Shala is clear. She modestly accepted this achievement as our Entrepreneur of 2021 with grace. But that is not

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Op-ed National Black Contractors Association pens an open letter to SANDAG’s Board of Directors

Op-ed – 12/16/21 This Friday you will make an important decision on whether to create a Community Benefits Agreement for SANDAG and essentially how over 160 billion dollars will be spent over the next three decades. We are coming to you on the basis of what we would consider morally right. What we would consider

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editorial

This of course is SATIRE, so buckle up… What is worst, being numb and blind to historical facts or being confused, disoriented by community social sickness? Either way, there’s a new character in our midst called “TASHA”. Well, the character “TASHA” has conveniently always been in our midst, let Black men tell it. In a

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58 is the Magic Number for Newsom

Roughly 58 percent of registered voters in California say they would back Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) against a recall vote slated to take place next Tuesday, according to a new poll. A Suffolk University poll released Wednesday, which surveyed 500 registered voters, found 41 percent of respondents said they are in favor of a recall, while 57.8 percent of

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SAY NO CALI!!

Commentary: Here’s Why You Need to Vote in the California Recall Election                                                                                   Rick Callender  On September 14 a special election will be held to determine whether Governor Gavin Newsom should be recalled. This is only the fourth time in American history – that a state has held a gubernatorial recall election. The last gubernatorial recall

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The Tradition of Delmar

Racism in the Races is kind of ironic right? Even race is a factor in racing; horses that is. Well to be even more accurate, it reeks the “Hidden Figures II” storyline, it could literally be part II; if there was one. It would tell a story of the beautiful sable Geniuses of horse racing

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