The Attica Prison riot occurred at the Attica Correctional Facility in Attica, New York, United States in 1971. The riot was based in part upon prisoners' demands for better living…Continue
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"The day we were born...we became a legacy! Each day we grow into our foundation of a legacy! What will your legacy be?" My forefathers Dr. James Still (great great grandfather) and his brother William Still(father & author of "The Underground Rail Road") had laid foundations for me to birth my vow of promise to....Continue!
Francine C. Still Hicks
When we were young life was easier, right? I know sometimes it seems that way. But the truth is life…Continue
With guest "Stand for Children"
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"If there is no struggle, there is no progress."
No commentary needed!
The following is a message from Al Sharpton to Herman Cain.
The greeting on your website says, "we are looking forward to hearing
from you",but I'm not sure you will be looking forward to hearing from me, Mr.
I saw on the internet that you called the President a liar. I deplore
what you are…
The author, Eric Ries, writes openly and attempts to be respectful on the subject of racism, a known issue stirring much emotions. I don't think he is aware of a few facts and viewpoints that African-Americans and people of color in the U.S. grasp first-hand (and which I've had to learn as white man, growing up with extended family including many racially mixed marriages and children, and myself married to an African-American woman.
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American Debt, Credit and Finally Getting it Right
The more you earn, the less you should be borrowing and without our Nations credit standard backing up this philosophy, how can lending nations feel comfortable with our National debt?
The Federal Trade Commission enforces the Equal Credit Opportunity Act which details that creditors cannot discriminate against anyone for all of the usual reasons
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With the recent spam & pornographic issues on facebook, thinking I will move to google plus to post things.
Had a good weekend.
Went to the Seattle Coe Robotics Festival / JrFLL Showcase event and met Kevin Reed and shot him in a quick interview.
Then posted video of David Zirin at John Carlos book signing.…
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Muhammad Ture (Mohammed Ben Abu Bekr) had a few variation of his
name. He was governor as well as the favored general of Sunni Ali Ber. He believed that he was entitled to the throne after Sunni Ali's death, rather than Ali's son, Abu Kebr.
With aid from the Muslim Scholars, Muhammad Ture took power…
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As fate would have it, I am now the part time point of contact for the Renton Worksource office for the Elevate America program.
I was also listening today on Dr. Dyson's show about vets and what they are dealing with upon reentry. http://dysonshow.org/
Then I see this.…Continue
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Recently someone asked me if our American government was one of Big Business, for Big Business and by Big Business? After taking more than a few minutes to respond my observations are as follows:
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As a former member of United States Marine Corps where I served my country for 3 years, I join my fellow Americans in celebrating Veterans Day in memory of the many members of our armed forces who sacrifice their life's to protect our fellow countrymen and our democracy Samper Fidelis.
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Not Hired Due to Your Credit?
In this economy, not hired is fightin' words! And many people are faced with making it through several interviews just to be told that their credit score is too low. And if you think you know your score, think again. The score you would use to buy a car or home is not the same score employers are looking at to…Continue
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A quarter moon sits in the sky as day turns to dusk. Deprivation sings of starvation. People are hungry, food insecure. The House of Love Soup Kitchen lights the way providing respite in the midst of hardship. Volunteers are busy heating up food and preparing for dinner. The newspaper man passes out papers filled with reports about the occupations and demonstrations all over the country against gluttony.
Occupy Wall Street…occupy Oakland…occupy Washington D.C….sit in…march…sing in…Continue
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There is an ancient Tibetan spiritual and religious discipline called Bon whose…Continue
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