RESPONSE TO “ENOUGH!” There is a way to FIGHT THE POWER THROUGH FINANCE! © PJ Hayward New York, 2015 Since I do not have the brainpower to think of a way to cure the ills besetting our entire planet, I want to respond to our Editor in Chief's previous post in terms of the country… Continue reading RESPONSE TO “ENOUGH!” – There is a way to FIGHT THE POWER THROUGH FINANCE!
FROM GHANA, FROM THE DESK OF OUR EDITOR IN CHIEF ENOUGH! © Bernard W. Saunders Iture-Elmina, Ghana West Africa December 28, 2014 “If you come to a fork in the road take it”: Yogi Berra The Book of Awakening, Conari Press, © 2000 Mark Nepo The United States of America again finds itself at a racial fork in… Continue reading ENOUGH!
OUR EDITOR-IN-CHIEF RESPONDS TO “A Message to the Divided States of America”
OUR EDITOR-IN-CHIEF RESPONDS TO “A Message to the Divided States of America" © Bernard W. Saunders July 18, 2014 Iture-Elmina Ghana West Africa I had to let this one steep overnight. I could have answered it immediately upon reading it but decided to give it time. The previously posted “THERE ARE NONE SO BLIND AS THOSE… Continue reading OUR EDITOR-IN-CHIEF RESPONDS TO “A Message to the Divided States of America”
THERE ARE NONE SO BLIND AS THOSE WHO WILL NOT SEE: A Message to The Divided States of America
THERE ARE NONE SO BLIND AS THOSE WHO WILL NOT SEE: A Message to the Divided States of America © 2014 PJ Hayward, New York Being a Caucasian-born person who has now grown old and having lived since a young age among and surrounded by non-Caucasian cultures, I feel privileged, blessed ....and burdened ....to have… Continue reading THERE ARE NONE SO BLIND AS THOSE WHO WILL NOT SEE: A Message to The Divided States of America
POPCORN, PLAINTAIN, SORREL, ORANGES, LIMES
FROM GHANA from the desk of our Editor-in-Chief, Bernard W. Saunders: An in-depth commentary on Ghana today. Popcorn, Plantain, Sorrel, Oranges, Limes © Bernard W. Saunders 12/15/13 Iture-Elmina Ghana Ghana is a nation with a noble and ancient history. Blessed with mineral wealth: gold, rubber, industrial diamonds, silver bauxite, manganese, timber and hydro power. The… Continue reading POPCORN, PLAINTAIN, SORREL, ORANGES, LIMES
The Bracero Monument, a sculpture by Dan Medina at Migrant's Bend Plaza in Los Angeles, California. It honors the Mexican Migrant Workers who came to the US to fill labor shortages during WWII. But in my mind, this monument also honors the thousands who continue to labor in American fields, homes, factories and businesses where… Continue reading CHICANO HEART