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Oprah Winfrey, right, and Georgia Gov. Stacey Abrams, greet a crowd gathered for a town hall conversation at the Jennie T. Anderson Theater of the Cobb Civic Center in Marietta, Ga., On Thursday, November 1 of 2018. (Alyssa Pointer/Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Only two years after the unexpected victory of Donald Trump, the political phenomenon in the United States seems to be copying the formula to maintain success during the mid-term elections, triggering one of the most racist campaigns in the country's recent history.

[OP-ED]: Racial Injustice Revisited: The ’73 Art Museum Rape-Murder

 11/28/2017 - 13:50
Police launched a frenzied dragnet on young black males that produced no arrests for what news headlines tagged the Art Museum Rape-Murder.

The righteous attention given the recent 50th Anniversary of the despicable November 1967 Philadelphia police assault on school students peacefully protesting outside then School District headquarters on the Franklin Parkway renews interest in another grave injustice near that site also born from police brutality.

[OP-ED]: Poverty In Philly But Trump Pushes Putrid Policies

 11/21/2017 - 13:46
Un asombroso 67 por ciento de los ciudadanos de Filadelfia de origen puertorriqueño vive en la pobreza, según el estudio publicado por el Philadelphia Research Initiative, vinculado al PEW Research Center.

For Philadelphia filmmaker Gilberto Gonzales the mere mention of the name Donald Trump unleashes an inferno of verbal fire citing failures of the President coast to coast on issues of import to Latinos from Trump’s readiness to squander millions on building that border wall to Trump’s “mishandling” of recovery efforts in Puerto Rico.