THE COLLECTIVE ADVOCATES
Friday, March 30, 2012
Monday, March 26, 2012
Willow Smith: Young, Black & Green? How She Impacts Urban Change
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Trayvon Martin: An Open Dialogue
Tonight, The Collective Advocates sounded off on Facebook about their thoughts, reactions and ideas for change surrounding the injustice of free-man, George Zimmerman and the deceased, 17 y.o. Trayvon Martin. We talked about economic boycotts, POTUS's 26 day delay to responding, and much more.
Friday, March 23, 2012
It's been about 1 month since the murder of 17 y.o. Florida youth Trayvon Martin by volunteer neighborhood patrolman, George Zimmerman. The Guardian, CNN, Anderson Cooper and surprisingly Donald Trump have been giving this story national attention. One name, one face and the nation brings light to historical black annihilation, racial profiling, youth profiling and inter-racial prejudice.
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Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Think Again, As Politics and My Privates (Still) Lie On The Table
In a revision of the Right to Know and See Act that was passed several weeks ago in VA, women and others who protested the passing of this legislation may now be able to take some credit in the reconsideration of it being reintroduced to the House without the mandate on transvaginal ultrasounds. Though ultrasounds would still be required for any woman planning to abort a TU (transvaginal ultrasound) would not be mandatory. Ironically, a woman who is a survivor of rape or incest and reports it does not have to endure a TU, according to the amendment.
Sunday, March 4, 2012
Politics and My Privates
March has arrived and like any other month lately it’s done so with unpredictable weather, longer days and glimpses that spring is still further away than we had hoped. However, March is also a month filled with anticipatory recognition of trailblazers past and present with Women’s History Month and Social Work Awareness Month.
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