Alex K. Jacobs

May 30, 2016
BY:
Alex Jacobs
A Kurdish pop star has crashed the media scene from the Middle East to Cannes to Los Angeles with a call for peace and unity while wearing golden heels, military camos and confronting the Islamic State, on video.
April 28, 2016
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Alex Jacobs
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presidential candidate had to answer to her role in the “military coup” that ousted freely elected President Manuel Zelaya in 2009. Clinton denied it was a military coup although the U.N.
March 26, 2016
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Alex Jacobs
It took generations for Americans to get this stupid. And that’s saying a lot when you actually look to see what passed as knowledge or just good information back then.
January 19, 2016
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Alex Jacobs
The Revenant is a film that revamps American mythology. There’s an expediency and urgency as it’s photographed in panoramic long seemingly one shot takes. It couldn’t be done on film, had to be digital.
January 15, 2016
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Alex Jacobs
As much as we’d like to call the Bundy Family Cohorts a bunch of terrorists for taking over an empty so-called federal bunkhouse in the middle of nowhere that was once Paiute land, we can’t because they haven’t killed anyone.
December 12, 2015
BY:
Alex Jacobs
The name Edward S. Curtis immediately invokes spirited discussions amongst Native and non-Native artists, scholars and just plain folks who are attracted to the historic, romantic and nostalgic.
October 04, 2015
BY:
Alex Jacobs
The Pope came to the New World but his spin doctors say he doesn’t have to rescind those outdated, lethal and racist Papal Bulls that led to the enslavement of New World inhabitants, since all subsequent Papal Bulls rescinded the previous ones.
July 18, 2015
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Alex Jacobs
Modern day slavery exists every day, everywhere all over in the world. You may hear that there are more people in slavery, as sex workers and forced labor bondage, than at any time in history.
July 04, 2015
BY:
Alex Jacobs
Researching slavery in American History is eye-opening as I realized it was not taught outright but only glossed over when I was a student.
June 29, 2015
BY:
Alex Jacobs
Events move fast in the internet age. The Rachel Dolezal “Black Like Me” story had people of every stripe, color, and political persuasion commenting, tweeting, and taking sides.
June 13, 2015
BY:
Alex Jacobs
Back before the American Revolution, the Mohawks in New York saw these people come to work and settle along the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers.
May 14, 2015
BY:
Alex Jacobs
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez recently cut a deal with the U.S.
February 19, 2015
BY:
Alex Jacobs
1. The Sound and the Fury
January 13, 2015
BY:
Alex Jacobs
Is this country headed toward becoming a police state? Some will tell you we’ve been on that road since 9/11, and maybe since the imperial presidencies of Nixon and Reagan.

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