Posts Tagged ‘PSAs’

Los Angeles: 101 Slow Jam

February 10, 2016

Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti delivered the bad news about traffic slowdowns last weekend with a Slow Jam, backed by the Roosevelt High School Jazz Band from Boyle Heights. The 101 freeway was closed for 40 hours to allow demolition of the 84-year-old 6th Street Bridge. A replacement bridge will be completed in 2019.

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Enjoy It While It Lasts, White Folks ….

October 6, 2014

This week’s Saturday Night Live included a “public service announcement” (above) reminding white people that they won’t be in the majority for long, so they better enjoy the “final few years of white dominance” while they can.

On a less humorous note:

“Soon to become a minority in the US, whites express declining support for diversity, psychology study finds,” Stuart Wolpert, Phys.org

“Whites think discrimination against whites is a bigger problem than bias against blacks,” Michael A. Fletcher, Washington Post

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Santa Doesn’t Play

December 25, 2013

It’s Elves vs. Trolls in Hampton, Virginia. Shoplifters and muggers, be warned: Santa doesn’t play. Courtesy of the Hampton Police Department.

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Drive Home Safely

September 5, 2011

A reminder: If you’re driving home after the Labor Day Weekend, safe driving begins with seatbelts.

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Video: Sussex Safer Roads PartnershipWriter & Director: Daniel Cox, Alexander Commercials.

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