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No Love Found For "Motown"

Detroit. Once a thriving and essential artery of America’s economy, has been continuously disrespected by the absurd selfishness of American government and financial greed.

Today, 20,000 people who have been the victims of systematic economic oppression may have their water cut off. 150 more words

Politics

Book Review: Casey's Last Chance by Joseph B. Atkins

Casey’s Last Chance
Joseph B. Atkins
Mojo Triangle Books, February 2015
ISBN: 9781941644171
Trade Paperback

This is one powerful exploration of corruption, random violence and murder in the deep south. 340 more words

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The one group unions don't want getting a minimum wage in California? Union workers

When California governor Jerry Brown signed the state’s new $15 per hour minimum wage earlier this month, some of the loudest cheers came from labor unions, longtime champions of a higher minimum wage. 350 more words

How the Verizon Strike Could Affect Service by BRIAN X. CHEN


By BRIAN X. CHEN

Wireline customers who use landlines, high-speed Internet and television services may see a slowdown in service request responses.

Published: April 13, 2016 at 06:00PM… 14 more words

Tech

this day in crime history: april 10, 1936

On this date in 1936,  former union head Thomas Maloney unwittingly detonated a mail bomb that had been sent to him. The bomb was hidden inside a cigar box, and Maloney, a former union official, opened it on his kitchen table. 195 more words

True Crime

The Sound of Silence

April 5th is set to be a great night for television.

Tonight, Black girls will rock on BET, the NBA will showcase games with major playoff implications – and the deliciously addictive “The People vs. 945 more words

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