Author: Hipolito Munoz

Let’s (Not) Recognize the Work of MLK and the Civil Rights Leaders In Film!

By Hipolito Munoz, Managing Editor “A picture is worth a thousand words,” what about the lack of a picture? How many words do you need to make the same point? In this MLK weekend, the film “Selma” not being included by the different guilds to be recognized is not a shame, it’s a reminder of who has the power to recognize and celebrate themselves for the world to see. If you want to find out who these folks are take a look at this piece at by the LA Times written in 2012, Here is some of the...

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Confessions of a “Volunteer.”

By Anonymous, Contributing Writer So last year, 2014, I made $3000 dollars! Yep, me, a college educated professional. There are many reasons and we do not need to be go into but a nasty divorce several years ago has a lot to do with it. So what does this have to do with volunteering? Well, these past several years I found myself “volunteering” my time and services to several organizations because I felt it would help me find new meaning in my life and a way to reconnect to people in a way that would be less selfish and...

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