You can say Max Rameau is a social activist trendsetter. Long before the Occupy Wall Street movement was even an idea, Rameau was leading the charge for the disenfranchised 99 percent with his Take Back The Land organization. Five years ago, Rameau came up with the brilliant idea of organizing dozen ... More >>
via Take Back the LandMax Rameauâ€‹In 2007, amid the champagne-drenched corporate orgy known as the Super Bowl, a busload of reporters found itself on a very different kind of junket. Rather than locker-rooms full of millionaire fat guys, the journalists tiptoed through cardboard shacks populated by ... More >>
The foreclosure crisis hit a fever pitch in Liberty City Tuesday morning, as banks foreclosed on two buildings, causing the eviction of three families.Escorted by several police officers, a bank employee showed up at 820 and 840 NW 70th St. He evicted three families living in the building, which led ... More >>
In the Nineties, Erick Lyle, then known as Iggy Scam, lived an enviable, punk-ethics-fueled life around South Florida that is near impossible to imagine today. He booked shows at a warehouse venue, the Junkyard, at the bottom of South Beach, and at one point squatted an entire floor of the crumblin ... More >>
A homeless mom wants her stuff back.
Don't cry. Just move into one of those empty homes around the corner.
He has spent 138 days on the road in just a few years on the job. Who’s minding the Miami Police Department?
They won’t come ... or at least not without better planning
Purloined pigeons and a rooster identity crisis
No buts about it
Have Miami city commissioners lost their (illegal) marbles?
The process for restoring the civil rights of felons in Florida works perfectly -- if not restoring their rights is the goal
Trying to ride the Haitian refugee-issue buzz, Sharpton kept referring to Elian as "Little Efrain"
Divisions from within: Allies skirmish over free speech
Max Rameau switches gears on how to get a civilian investigative panel focused on county cops
Octavia Anderson and the last days of the James E. Scott Homes
Scott Homes residents realize their apartments are dirty, dangerous, and crowded. Yet many want to stay.
Activist Leroy Jones battled personal demons and has emerged as a radical bent on black empowerment.
The Weed and Seed program is supposed to clean up inner-city neighborhoods. Fat chance.