Monthly Archives: October 2016

Why Missouri Constitutional Amendment 6 is so dangerous

Missouri Amendment 6 is very dangerous. Here is the short answer for why.  It will disproportionately disenfranchise disabled people, seniors, poor people, African Americans, and students. It is estimated that 225 000 voters will lose their ability to vote if … Continue reading

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“Locker Room talk” is nothing new. The response now is.

How many women, I ask you, were implicitly trained as girls and as teenagers that to refuse the sexual desires of a man was a moral injury to the man? How many women were trained to see sexual indiscretions of … Continue reading

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We ain’t gonna stop until the people are free

The chorus of “Neighbor,” by the band “Rev. Sekou and the Holy Ghost,” which formed after the Ferguson Uprising, goes like this:   “I can hear my neighbor crying, saying ‘I can’t breathe.” And now I’m in the struggle, saying, … Continue reading

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