By Jim Smith
Oh Arizona, where the elderly go to die
a Death’s Head has gripped your state.
Immigrants raise their eyes and ask why
they must suffer such a criminal’s fate.
Sunstroke has come early to Arizona this year, or so it would seem. The Anglo majority in the Arizona government has tyrannized the Latino minority in ways that [...]
By Jim Smith
By Bob Maschi
The â€˜English Onlyâ€™ movement pops up periodically in modern U.S. history. It is usually promoted by conservatives and often coincides with more general attacks against immigrants and people of color. To support their argument, these people often cite things like tradition, patriotism and the â€˜American wayâ€™. Their arguments are often pushed forward by [...]
By Karl Abrams
Famous folk singer U. Utah Phillips blew into town recently and met with Beachhead Collective members. The following is an account of his visit and his performance at McCabes Guitar Shop.
I was blown away â€“ permanently. Barely getting a back row seat, at the last minute, into the packed house at McCabes Guitar [...]
Report of the World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance
Having met in Durban, South Africa, from 31 August to 8 September 2001,
Expressing deep appreciation to the Government of South Africa for hosting this World Conference,
Drawing inspiration from the heroic struggle of the people of South Africa against the institutionalized system of apartheid, [...]