Feb 21

                
  • Philly shows brotherly love to grocery strikers

    Philly shows brotherly love to grocery strikers

    February 20, 2004

    PHILADELPHIA – At a Feb. 12 rally at a local Acme supermarket, union and community members had a strong message for shoppers here: “Don’t shop at Acme.” Pointing at the store, Pat Eiding, president of the...

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  • Wayne Holley, steelworker, CPUSA leader

    Wayne Holley, steelworker, CPUSA leader

    February 20, 2004

    Wayne Dallas Holley, steelworker, scholar, activist and lifelong member of the Communist Party USA, passed away on Dec. 30, 2003. He was 93. Holley dedicated his whole life to the struggles of working people in Utah...

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  • Ishmael Flory, fighter for equality, 96

    Ishmael Flory, fighter for equality, 96

    February 20, 2004

    Ishmael Flory, veteran trade union organizer, activist in the African American freedom movement, and a longtime leader of the Communist Party in Illinois, died Feb. 4 in Chicago following a long illness. He was 96. Flory...

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  • Memory & History

    Memory & History

    February 20, 2004

    NEW YORK – From 1892 to its official close in 1954, more than 12 million immigrants passed through the gates of New York’s Ellis Island, yearning for freedom and a new life on American shores. The...

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  • Seniors use films to promote peace

    Seniors use films to promote peace

    February 20, 2004

    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. – A recent Peace Film Festival here screened nine movies over four days in a retirement community of 10,000 residents. The setting was the new Peacock Theater at Rossmoor. The Rossmoor chapter of...

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