Interview with Brazilian Journalist and Activist Daniela Gomes

In this interview, Husslington Post correspondent, Amil Cook, goes in depth with journal/scholar/activist Daniela Gomes about her fight against racism in Brazil.  This is the first installment in wha.

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The (High)Way to Fix Wall Street

I’ve got a new idea for how to handle Wall Street.  Well, actually, it’s an old idea… As you may know, our federal government is working on legislation to regulate Wall Street to pr.

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Appetite for Synthetic Beef

The other day I was riding the train from New York to Providence.  Somewhere in Connecticut, a big man with an Irish accent got on and sat down across from me.  He struck up a conversation about all.

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Remembering the Life, Death and Words of a Natural Born Leader

Eight years ago today, Matthew Omisore was shot and killed at the corner of Prairie Avenue and Public Street.  It was the day before Valentine’s Day and the day before his 19th birthday.  As .

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Follow Friday: ColorLines

As a general rule, I feel that no matter how much I am thinking, reading and talking about race in my day-to-day grind, it’s not enough… Amidst updates from friends and artists I admire, I.

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