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Black Agenda Report's graphic images are interactivity are back...
Of course we never left. But all our graphical images did, and our interactivity, the ability of users to comment on pages and even to join our free email subscription list. The images are back, and comments are back as well for users who take the time to register themselves. We promise to police our comments section too, so that your insights are not buried in spam.
Later today (Wednesday March 25) we will hang a gadget here which readers can use to join our free email subscription list, and we'll begin installing connectivity to social media like Facebook and Twitter, along with access to a page that lets you email the site publisher, among others.
Tomorrow we'll reconstruct menus to directly link to deep within some of our 8 years of stellar content. There are a number of improvements we expect to roll out over the next several weeks. So thanks to all those who asked. We look forward to being one of your sources for news, information and analysis from the black left.
The Real News Network presents the Glen Ford Report
Glen Ford explains that the shooting of police officers in Ferguson MO is NOT s setback for the movement.
Why you should comment on our articles here instead of Facebook
Facebook & Twitter are like rivers. If you're not standing by the bank when something floats by, it's gone. Good luck finding that brilliant conversation you had with somebody in a FB thread 2 or 3 weeks ago. People who "follow," "like," and "friend" you on FB may rarely or never see your posts, especially if they're answering someone else's, and those lacking that tenuous relationship are even less likely to see them.
So like and follow us on FB and Twitter, but when you post your comments on our articles here, anyone who finds the article finds the comment, now or a decade from now.
That's because Facebook respects your carefully thought out comment exactly as much as an emoticon or an LOL or STFU, LMFBAO, and needs to make room for the next one. Mark Zuckerberg doesn't respect you. We do. For lots more on how that works, listen to Jodi Dean below. And if you haven't already, register, login and comment on our articles. Comments are usually open for 30 days after an article is published.