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How Safe Is the Right To Vote in America

Advocates warn about “whitelash” against the empowerment of voters of color, as reflected in last week´s violence. By: Jenny Manrique Despite historic voter turnouts on November...

Threatened White Privilege

By Dee M. Van Rensalier-Warrenvo Why did more than 70,000 citizens of the United States blindly vote for President Trump during the 2020 election? What...

Don’t Burn The House Down While You’re Still In It!

By Rev. Steven Tillett, Pastor of Asbury Broadneck United Methodist Church On November 3rd, almost 159 million people voted. That is over 62.3 percent of...

Biden’s First 100-Day Challenge: Transitioning to a More Inclusive Economy

By Charlene Crowell The tumultuous 2020 presidential election triggered a record number of participating voters. Never before had so many people cast their preferences. And...

City Council Votes Yes on Housing, No on Parks

By Cori Zaragoza, Contributing Writer On November 9, 2020, the San Diego City Council held a special meeting discussing two items related to the Complete...