SF City Hall Rally Before Audit Hearing: If We Don't Get No Justice You Don't Get No Peace
Labor Video Project | indybay.org | 2018-09-23
SEIU 1021 San Francisco city workers rallied at City Hall on 9/19/18 to protest the systemic racism, workplace bullying and illegal discrimination and termination of African American and other workers in the City. The rally was called prior to a audit hearing of the SF Board Of Supervisors to hear from witnesses and the Department of Human Resources run by Micki Callahan. Workers said that she had been personally involved in managing the illegal discrimination and retaliation against African American and other city workers.
2018 Pan African Global Trade and Investment Week
Khubaka, Michael Harris | indybay.org | 2018-09-23
Members of the California Legislative Black Caucus are considering making mutually beneficial trade and commerce with the Pan African Diaspora a higher priority. Fred Jordan and the African Consortium are helping to lead the way showcasing the past, present and future of the City of San Francisco as an example for the world.
'Racially profiled & humiliated': Black candidate busted for dealing politics seeks apology
RT | rt.com | 2018-09-22
An African-American nominee for the Wisconsin State Assembly told RT that she felt hurt and humiliated after being racially profiled and reported to cops as she was canvassing her electorate in a predominantly white neighborhood.
On Climate, the Centrists are the Deplorables
James Munson | counterpunch.org | 2018-09-21
For most countries, to be poor now is to have been rich before it mattered, like Bolivia or the Congo, or rich when it mattered, like Venezuela and Iraq. Literally torn apart for their timber, ore, labor, or spot on the map by resource-poor or depleted, or simply-gluttonous, rich ones. Terrain, climate, or sensitive agriculture…
Workers Struggles: Europe, Middle East & Africa
wsws | wsws.org | 2018-09-21
The World Socialist Web Site invites workers and other readers to contribute to this regular feature.
NAACP President to Commemorate African Maafa
Juliana Bolden | naacp.org | 2018-09-17
Event to honor ancestors and mark African holocaust in Brooklyn, NY Baltimore, MD — On Tuesday, NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson will speak at the 24th Commemoration of The Maafa at the St. Paul Baptist Church in Brooklyn, New York at 7pm EST. President Johnson will address the relevance of the African Maafa and the current […] | The post NAACP President to Commemorate African Maafa appeared first on NAACP.
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