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Latino Groups Target Voters Ahead of Midterms

Posted April 21, 2014 by Jacquellena Carrero

For Lizette Escobedo, getting voters to turn out for midterm elections is always a challenge. But she said motivating Latino voters for the 2014 midterm elections may be especially difficult amid growing discontent over the lack of movement on immigration
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Carl Bloice remembered, 1939-2014

Posted April 18, 2014 by A Group of his Friends

(Ed Note: We appreciated that Carl Bloice read Beyond Chron and respected our coverage. He is a journalistic giant who will be missed) Carl Bloice, journalist, editor, political theorist, activist, teacher, and a moderator of the popular progressive website, Portside,org,
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No Race on Noah’s Ark?

Posted April 18, 2014 by Sharon Kyle

As with many sectors of America’s economy, the entertainment industry is notorious for its long history of blatant racial discrimination. A half century ago, the wholesale exclusion of actors of color from the big and small screen alike was the
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Chronicle in Denial Over SF’s Gains from Twitter Deal

Posted April 17, 2014 by Randy Shaw

The San Francisco Chronicle continues to cover the financial impact of the Mid-Market/Tenderloin payroll tax deal like the Republican Party approaches climate change: facts and studies are ignored, and the truth is a matter of opinion. In 2011, the San
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