We must put forward progressive, liberal or Democratic Socialist ideas as the 2019 Houston City Council and Mayoral election season gets underway.
We tend to be insular many times but this ode to Brazil’s Black Awareness Day shows a sour congruousness with the American experience.
Many of the people I met who were stumping hard for Beto were young and appreciated him for decent reasons. But we must continue the work.
We are living through dramatic socio-political times. Never in our history has there been such widespread hate and rage, especially in the social mass media.
The caravan that President Trump continues to malign should be looked at in a history of repression where U.S. policy is partially causal.
Rep. Sarah Davis appeals to West University voters by claiming she is an independent moderate yet supports family separation.
Democracy will fail under Bolsonaro who committed many barbarities against women, Blacks, Indigenous peoples, the quilombolas, the LGBT, including torturers.
Even with rough winds, Brazilians maintain a commitment to hope. Hope is the last to die. This is why the Brazilian people understand that God writes correctly in crooked lines.
Most well-known Texas Reps have either encouraged the rhetoric that has led to the shooting in Pittsburgh or stayed silently complicit.
Millennials and Gen Zs want more than party line politics. They find the superficiality boring given that they know how to find information at the fingertips.