An important message for you from Amy Goodman

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Thursday, November 20, 1997

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  • Stone Mountain and the KKK

    With giant carvings of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and Confederate President Jefferson Davis chiseled into its granite face, Stone Mountain in Georgia has long been an enduring symbol of racism and white supremacy. In fact, the mayor used to be the imperial wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.

  • Jerry Brown and Oakland Mayor’s Race

    Former California Governor Jerry Brown has had a long and lively political career. From leading the country’s most populous state between 1975 and 1983, to running a memorable presidential campaign in 1992. But now Jerry Brown is dusting off his feet for one more political run — this time, for mayor of Oakland.

  • Hispanics in America

    By the year 2000, Hispanics will be the largest ethnic group in the United States. And the United States itself will be the fourth largest country in the Hispanic world. This is — and will — have tremendous political repercussions here in the United States and in Latin America. But what does it mean to be Hispanic in the United States? And does the term itself obscure more than it clarifies?