SCPA 1st Thursday Program: April 5 at 6:30 pm in the Henegar Center, Downtown Melbourne.
Four of Florida's most distinguished attorneys will give a panel discussion: Keep Laws Fair. True justice requires fair laws.
This post is a review of The New Jim Crow, by Michelle Alexander. It is related peripherally to campaign financing because there are powerful economic forces who thrive on the nightmare presented in her book, and which will spend mightily in political contributions and lobbying to prevent any change. The book is a powerful one, and I recommend it for all SCPA members.
Monday, Jan. 16: SCPA will join other groups in the annual peace march in Melbourne on Martin Luther King Jr Day. Info here.
Our own American police bombed the first responders to a wounded man.
When Iraqi and Afghan terrorists have done this to American soldiers, the world's reaction was condemnatory and just. With today's Americans against Americans street warfare, headlines scream that "at least he isn't dead" along with other trivializing spin and excuse making.
The purpose of "flash" bombs is to create fear and panic (shock and awe) in the "enemy."
Troy Davis was convicted in 1991 on charges that he murdered a Savannah police officer.
CBS is planning to air an anti-abortion ad during this weekend's Super Bowl game.
On June 21st, 2005, a variety of Brevard County groups attended a meeting at Kay's Barbecue in Cocoa, for the purposes of discussing how to organize opposition to the recently passed Federal REAL ID Act, a big brother nightmare.
Though King’s legacy is often inextricably linked to his faith in God, he was hardly a cheerleader for the church as he found it and is best understood as a philosopher and social leader who happened to be passionately committed to Jesus Christ.
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Governor Crist Opens Clemency Report for Applicants
Press release from Governor Crist's office. Thanks to Space Coast social justice advocate Lynda Markham for her good work!
Valetta Chaney discusses two legal cases and their origins in what sounds like a water department with a real problem in the City of Cocoa. When you see a hangman's noose, what do you think of?