This week’s edition of Looking Back at the Week contains articles, commentaries, columns, and other work by San Diego Free Press regulars, irregulars, columnists, at-large contributors, and locally sourced writers on: the Women’s March, El Cajon ticketing people feeding the homeless, Indivisible continues the fight in the 49th and 50th, lessons from Dr. King, and lots of other grassroots news & progressive views from San Diego’s feisty, all volunteer, slightly funky, community news site.
San Diego Free Press Columns:
The Starting Line by Doug Porter
El Cajon Marks MLK Weekend by Busting People for Feeding Homeless Humans
Issa Goes, Opposition Grows: Indivisible Ups the Ante in 49th and 50th Congressional Districts
All Politics is Local, Even on National Fake News Day
President Flip Flops as Government Shutdown Nears
Signs of the Times: The San Diego 2018 Women’s March in Photos
Video Worth Watching by SDFP Staff
Thirty-Eight Minutes and the Time Machine
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – A Mini Bio
Behind the Bars – From Harvard to Homeless
Who Is Calling Whom a Terrorist?
Is Congress Hurtling Toward Shutdown on Friday?
Did Trump Cheat On His Cognitive Test?
Sisters Are Doin’ It For Themselves!
San Diego Free Press Regular, At-Large and Locally Sourced Contributors:
Public Schools Best Fulfill Dr. King’s “Purpose of Education”
By Steven Singer / Common Dreams
When Will Muslim Americans Accept Gay Muslims?
By Kilian Colin
Call Lethal Injection the Vile Torture It Is
By Stephen Cooper
A Powerful Economic Justice Movement Is Brewing, Even in This Dark Time
By Frances Moore Lappé and Adam Eichen / AlterNet