Seven years….

“Ladies and Gentlemen please get ready for landing…” that’s all that I hear from the flight attendant as we were getting ready to fly into Fort Worth, Texas airport. As I looked out the window I started to take a survey of the land, I looked out as far as I could. As I did […]

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Occupy CAL, Nov. 9-Part II

I’m honestly glad that I called my mother last Wednesday to let her know what was really going on at Sproul. The morning after she called and was frustrated with the coverage that the media was showing regarding the previous nights events, before I could get a word in she yelled out: Pero no dicen […]

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Occupy CAL, Nov. 9-Part I

Unless you have been living under a rock you are unaware that the world has been OCCUPIED.  What started in Wall Street has reached such cities as: Portland, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco and 92 countries around the globe. People are tired, excuse me the 99% are tired of watching as the 1% sits […]

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Community Speak Out-Secure Communities

What is “Secure Communities” or S-Comm (as we prefer to call it)? I believe NNIRR (National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights) best summarizes it: “This program uses the information-sharing capability between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) to quickly identify anyone who is not a U. S. citizen […]

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A Call to Action!

Mark your calendars and join me for Berkeley’s: CALL TO ACTION!                           All who Oppose ICE Raids, Police-FBI Cooperation, Profiling & Surveillance of  Community Forum and Speak Out @ Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, 1924 Cedar Ave, Berkeley When: Monday, October 24th, 2011 at […]

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Bill SB185 ‘Diversity’ bake sale at UC Berkeley

Whoever, thought a bake sale would be so controversial.  But then again this is no regular bake sale the young Republican’s Group at UC Berkeley (surprised? I know I was too. Republicans at BERKELEY?!), have organized a bake sale in protest against a legislation bill that will allow race and gender to be used for […]

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Troy Davis and the Death Penalty

“The struggle for justice doesn’t end with me. This struggle is for all the Troy Davises who came before me and all the ones who will come after me. I’m in good sprits and I’m prayerful and at peace” Troy Davis’ message to all his supporters on the eve of his execution via Wende a […]

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