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Decades after King’s assassination, the Civil Rights Movement is far from finished
A NEW REALITY Wednesday, May 18
Why the pension tax must pass
Is Jacksonville City Council overplaying its hand?
A LATTE LIBERATION Wednesday, April 13
Governor Rick Scott should be ashamed. Agree or disagree with Cara Jennings, the woman who called out the governor at a Gainesville Starbucks last week for signing legislation defunding Planned …
MASS APPEAL Wednesday, April 13
The elites love the pension tax. But will voters?
BRICKBATS & BOUQUETS Wednesday, May 18
BOUQUET TO ANNA DOOLEY In recognition of her commitment to tree-planting and environmental conservation, on April 30, the Arbor Day Foundation gave Dooley, executive director of nonprofit Greenscape …
MODERN MAN IN THE ANCIENT CITY Wednesday, April 13
I am a 30-year-old transgender man. Early in life, I was always confused about why my parents demanded I dress in female clothing when I wanted to wear what the boys were wearing. I grew up in what …
BRICKBATS & BOUQUETS Wednesday, March 2
BOUQUETS TO MARCUS JOHNSON, DIALLO SEKOU AND ISHMAEL A. MUHAMMAD Twice over the past month, the three Good Samaritans, working under the banner of The Kemetic Empire/Urban-Geoponics, gathered and …
BRICKBATS & BOUQUETS Wednesday, March 9
Wins & Fails for the Week of 03.09.16
BRICKBATS TO CHARLIE VAN ZANT JR. On May 16, Van Zant, Clay County School District Superintendent, proclaimed that the school system would not comply with the president’s directive requiring …