By Brent E. Beltrán
This week’s edition of Looking Back at the Week features articles, commentaries, columns, and other work by San Diego Free Press regulars, irregulars, columnists, cartoonists, at-large contributors, and sourced writers on: Mizzou’s stand, anti-Starbucks stupidity, deadly force in SD, just saying no to SANDAG, #MillionStudentMarch, the fight for more than $15, a greedy capitalist, BikeSD’s advocacy, and lots of other grassroots news & progressive views from San Diego’s friendly, neighborhood, all volunteer, slightly funky, community news site.
San Diego Free Press Columns:
The Starting Line by Doug Porter
Missouri Students Stand Against Racism, Sexism and Homophobia
San Diego, We Have a Use of Deadly Force Problem
Will the City Council Join the Anti-Starbucks Holiday Coffee Cup Crusade?
Just Say No to Highways in SANDAG’s Sales Tax Increase Proposal
#BlackOnCampus, #MillionStudentMarch Create ‘Chaos’ At Colleges
San Diego Free Press Regular, At-Large and Locally Sourced Contributors:
Public Prayer Challenges Carlsbad Council’s Credibility
By Richard Riehl / The Riehl World
A Greedy Capitalist Gets His Comeuppance
By John Lawrence
#MillionStudentMarch and the Soul of Higher Education
By Andrew J. Mackay
Can BikeSD Make a Dent in Income Inequality through Advocacy and Embracing Equity?
By Sam Ollinger / BikeSD
North Of The Fence: San Ysidro’s Transgender Teen and the Fall of I.B. Local News
By Barbara Zaragoza / South Bay Compass
San Diego Free Press Sourced Contributors:
A Cry for Ending the Slaughter in the ‘Drone Papers’ Revelations
By Marjorie Cohn / Truthdig
SeaWorld to End Orca Shows—But Not Captivity of ‘Incredible Creatures’
By Deirdre Fulton / Common Dreams
So Let’s Have That Bathroom Conversation…
By Kerry Eleveld / Daily Kos
Waging Endless War From Vietnam to Syria
By Tom Engelhardt / TomDispatch
Is It Time to Put Down the Bacon?
By Jill Richardson / OtherWords
7 Paths to Development That Bring Neighborhoods Wealth, Not Gentrification
By Marjorie Kelly & Sarah McKinley / Yes!
‘A Better Option’: Colorado Readies Ballot Battle for Single-Payer Solution
By Deidre Fulton / CommonDreams