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Sweet Califia

Cali Girl Kamala represents the Great State of Califia, How Ironic is that? SDMNEWS has felt the magic of Kamala since 2008. Her might and poise have been positioning her career since the Barack Obama days. Welcome Madam VP! If California Blacks would understand the magic of this precious state they would utilize sweet Califia

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Can We POLITECAL?

San Diego Civil-Activist Dynamo, Rev. Shane Harris called politician’s bluff on Friday. “Pledging is one thing, but pledging without coercion is another says the activist.” Harris goes on the say “My intent is not to embarrass anyone, my intent was and still is to furnish the moment in which we rise above our comfort zones,

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Donkey’s and Democrats

The ground that created the MAGA acronym, the term “Make America Great” without the Again word added onto the phrase is drenched in “blood” of Africa’s greatest investment; its people. But most of all, the energy of their humanity, because before their arrival there was none ( in my opinion)! Now for the Donkey and

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Study: Great Depression Banking Policies Helped Create Urban Hot Spots

RICHMOND, Virginia—Research examining the link between hot weather and construction methods is allowing city officials to right decades-old wrongs resulting from discriminatory banking practices. A four-year study conducted by the Science Museum of Virginia shed light on discriminatory banking practice. (Photo by David Bjorgen) A four-year study conducted by the Science Museum of Virginia found

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No-Knock Warrants: How Common They Are and Why Police Are Using Them

Author Radley Balko, an investigative journalist and the author of the book Rise of the Warrior Cop, is asked about police using the so-called no-knock warrants. In the middle of the night on March 13, Breonna Taylor was lying in her bed when she was shot at least eight times by police. Trace events backwards

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A Healthy Africa- What Story Does That Tell?

2020 has been a year of growth and clarity for African people across the globe. Are we recognizing the power that we have collectively? Do we understand that it is our time to lead? Let us take a moment to reflect on some very important facts. The African Institute for Development Policy (AIDP) released a

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What does being Tired mean? – The struggle for racial justice in America

57 years have passed since the historical civil rights gathering at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. In that moment, the words of Martin Luther King Jr. echoed across crowds of passionate organizers from across America. The dream was equality and justice for all Americans, today we march on for the same cause. “Systemized oppression

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