Monthly Archives: September 2017

America’s Melting Pot Is Boiling Brown People To Death

People of color are growing accustomed to imminent danger.

By Sahaj Kohli

I’ll never forget the first time I realized people saw my brother and dad

Who — Or What — Will Rebuild Houston?

The U.S. already needed thousands of additional construction workers.

Then Harvey, Irma and Maria hit.

A few days after Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas, pummeling the state with devastating flooding, a home remodeling contractor in Detroit sent a text to her four employees, asking if they would be up for temporarily moving to Houston.

106-year-old Mastanamma YouTubeing in India

Mastanamma from Andhra Pradesh

Possibly the oldest YouTuber of India, 106-year-old Mastanamma from Andhra Pradesh is now a popular personality on the internet, thanks to her proficiency with cooking.

Federal Marijuana Laws

 Know Your Marijuana Laws

 

Complex Florida marijuana laws

Here’s what they really mean

Is recreational marijuana legal in Orlando? If I have Alzheimer’s disease, can I apply for medical cannabis? And when can I start growing weed in my backyard?

Suit to halt Pa. marijuana program may cause ‘pain, agony, & death’

 If Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program is delayed, “people will be forced to needlessly endure excruciating pain, agony, and, in some cases, death,” according to State Sen. Daylin Leach, prime

The Storm This Time

By Lucius Gantt

The price of gasoline recently increased dramatically after parts of Texas were flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

An even more severe hurricane, Irma, is expected to reach South Florida sooner or later once it has skirted across the Caribbean.

TRUMP AND OTHER GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS MUST STOP THE BULLYING & PROMISING THREATS

Black lawmakers ask GBI to investigate Georgia Republican’s Threatening Promise of ‘go missing in Okefenokee’ comment

The Georgia Legislative Black Caucus has asked state police to launch an investigation of a Georgia Republican who warned his Democratic former colleague she could “go missing in the Okefenokee” over her calls to tear down Civil War monuments.