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Supporters of “Involuntary Servitude” Bill Calif. Senate Rejected Vow to Bring It Back

By Antonio Ray Harvey, California Black Media Activists supporting legislation that would have ended involuntary servitude in California Prisons and eliminate the word “slavery” from...

Efforts spotlight slave who inspired beach name, local tale

By Philip Marcelo, Associated Press An enslaved Black man, the tall tale he inspired and the beach that now bears his name are the focus...

Abortion decision cherry-picks history – when the US Constitution was ratified, women had much...

By Maurizio Valsania, Università di Torino Justice Samuel Alito appears spellbound by the 19th century. In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the decision Alito wrote...

Reflections on America’s Independence Observance

By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher, The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint Because of where America stands today on the ever present issue of race,...

The Footsteps of Yesterday Still Matter Today

By Amara Beaty, V&V Contributing Writer An outdoor exhibition presented by the San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art (SDAAMFA) commemorating the Civil Rights...