The 1992 Elections and their Consequences The political landscape has been substantially reshaped by the November 1992 national elections.  It is a positive development that the electorate as a whole rejected the politics of hate and fear espoused by George …

Vol. 6, #1 – Jan.-Feb. 1993 Read more »

Debate with Joffre Stewart: Anti-Zionism vs Anti-Semitism To Turning the Tide: .     The writing below represents ideas that were either 1) taken to or 2) developed at a Pledge of Resistance (POR) meeting asking itself where do we go from …

Vol. 5 #6 – November-December 1992 Read more »

PART’s Perspective: RACISM, THE CONSTITUTION & THE BILL OF RIGHTS David Duke and the new breed of Klansmen and racists that are equally at home in the Populist,  Republican  and Democratic Parties, like to  claim they are for “equal rights for all,” or sometimes, …

TTT Vol. 5 #1, Jan-Feb. 1992 Read more »

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CHRISTOPHER COMMISSION WHITEWASHES POLICE RACISM & ABUSE In spite of documenting the extent of racism and sexism in the L.A.P.D. by releasing more than 80 pages of computer print-outs from police patrol communications filled with vile racist slurs, the Christopher …

TTT Vol. 4 #5 Sept.-Oct. 1991 Read more »

ORANGE COUNTY:       Amber Jefferson, an eighth-grader in Garden Grove of mixed racial background, was talking with several Black, white and Hispanic friends on Aug. 6, when an argument began between one of her friends and a white teen-age girl.  …

TTT Vol, 3, #6 Oct.-Dec. 1990 Read more »