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READER'S EDITORIAL: SILVER MADE THE RIGHT CALL ON DONALD STERLING

 

May 2, 2014 (Sacramento) - Assembly Member Steven Bradford (D-Gardena) issued the following statement in response to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver’s lifetime ban and $2.5 million fine against Donald Sterling:

MO`OLELO & MOXIE ANNOUNCE CAST & CREATIVE TEAM OF THE BLUEST EYE

 

Two UCSD MFA Alumna return to San Diego to lead the storytelling 

January 26, 2013 (San Diego)--Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company and MOXIE Theatre have announced the cast and creative team for their upcoming co-production of Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye, adapted by Lydia Diamond.  The play, about the legacy of racism on a young Black girl, begins previews on February 2 and runs to March 3, 2013, at MOXIE Theatre, located at 6663 El Cajon Blvd. Suite N, San Diego, CA, 92115, with a Press Opening on Friday, February 8 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are available at  www.moolelo.net or 619-342-7395.

CHALDEAN ELECTIONS: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

October 18, 2012 (San Diego’s East County) – The editor of the Chaldean Times in Detroit, Michigan has asked that we provide a link to their recent articles on elections in which Chaldean candidates were running for office.  El Cajon has the second highest population of Iraqi Chaldean Christians in the U.S., after Detroit.

ECM WORLD WATCH: GLOBAL AND NATIONAL NEWS

 

March 29, 2012 --  (San Diego’s East County) – ECM World Watch helps you be an informed citizen about important issues globally and nationally. As part of our commitment to reflecting all voices and views, we include links to a wide variety of news sources representing a broad spectrum of political, religious, and social views. Top world and U.S. headlines include:   
 

    

U.S.
  • Supreme Court weighs all or nothing on healthcare law (Reuters)
  • Jobs bill clears Congress despite warnings (Los Angeles Times)
  • Trayvon Martin: confronting the problem of enduring racism (Forbes)
  • A job at what cost? When employers log in to dig in (NPR)
  • Gingrich scales back his presidential bid (USA Today)
  • Cooking school spreads immigrant skills and ethnic recipes (NPR)
 
WORLD
  • Very high radiation, little water in remaining Japanese reactor (UT San Diego)
  • Japan left with one nuclear reactor after shutdown (BBC)
  • Syrian authorizes are targeting children, says UN rights chief (BBC)
 
Scroll down for excerpts and links to full stories. 

 

VETERAN BUFFALO SOLDIERS AND DESCENDANTS RIDE AGAIN AT LEMON GROVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING

 
“Throughout history, it was hard for black men, with no education. They couldn’t become officers. They weren’t trained right. African-Americans were always left with the worst equipment (like hats and shoes) while the white officers made 50 cents more.” – Trooper John Green
 
By Megan McGlamery
 
February 10, 2012 (Lemon Grove) In celebration of Black History Month, the Lemon Grove Historical Society hosted members of the San Diego Chapter of the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers. Dressed in authentic uniforms, the speakers—including veterans of the famed regiment and their descendants--explained the history of the Buffalo Soldiers, as well as their importance to the San Diego community.
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