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Political Icon Ron Dellums A Radical for LIFE

Political Icon Ron Dellums A Radical for LIFE Ronald V. Dellums, the son of a West Oakland longshoreman who as a liberal Congressman never forgot his roots as an anti-war activist and human rights champion, died early Monday at his Washington, D.C., home. He was 82. Dellums, who ended his political career as mayor of

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Food4less not Badfood4less

I was insulted, Our Community Must Demand Better Service I was insulted, embarrassed, and highly offended at the food4Less when I returned a watermelon at the located in Lemon Grove. Only a block and a half distance from my Business. I actually, could not believe what happened to me. I was bringing a watermelon back

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Jane Elliott; Talks Race

By Jonathan Harris – Columnist January 19, 2018 – As I walked upstairs to meet her for our interview I was both excited and nervous. I knew of the 83 year old educator, author and activist from her appearances on Oprah discussing race and performing her now famous Brown-Eyed/Blue-Eyed Experiment on Oprah’s audience. I knew

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Meet the C-suite

Welcome to SDMNEWS BUSINESS C-suite SECTION A new McKinsey survey finds that executives who move effectively into the C-suite are communicating priorities, valuing their teams, spending time on culture, and understanding their unique leadership role. Nearly half of top executives say they weren’t effective at earning support for their new ideas when they moved into

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