Dec 10

                
  • Iraq Communists slain

    Iraq Communists slain

    December 9, 2005

    A memorial ceremony for two members of the Iraqi Communist Party was held Dec. 1 in the party’s main headquarters in Baghdad, at Andulus Square. The two men, Abdul Aziz Jassim Hassan and Yas Kudhayer Haider,...

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  • Filmmakers reflect on current state of affairs

    Filmmakers reflect on current state of affairs

    December 9, 2005

    Many of the films that were shown at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) reflect the ever-changing geopolitical realities. With U.S. imperialism “battling” terrorists around the world, creating fresh enemies daily while curtailing freedoms at...

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  • Holding a Mirror to America: A conversation with John Hope Franklin

    Holding a Mirror to America: A conversation with John Hope Franklin

    December 9, 2005

    Acclaimed historian Dr. John Hope Franklin spoke recently at the University of Chicago on his life experience as a scholar, an activist and a person. The talk, facilitated by the Rev. Jesse Jackson, covered Franklin’s personal...

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  • Ohio to allow state investments in private firms

    Ohio to allow state investments in private firms

    December 9, 2005

    CLEVELAND — Hold onto your hats! Ohio’s recently passed Issue 1 could mean a lot of different things. Only time will tell exactly what Ohio voters did on Nov. 8. But voters across the country would...

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  • Nagin campaign breaks new ground

    Nagin campaign breaks new ground

    December 9, 2005

    News Analysis CLEVELAND — Rick Nagin’s campaign in the Cleveland City Council primary this October, while not successful, broke new ground for labor and its allies and contributed decisively to a progressive victory in the final...

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