Jan 22

                
  • 32 years later, Roe v. Wade still safeguards womens rights

    32 years later, Roe v. Wade still safeguards womens rights

    January 21, 2005

    Every minute a woman dies in childbirth or pregnancy. Access to basic family planning could save up to 25 percent of these women’s lives. But thanks to Bush’s Global Gag Rule, many family planning clinics in...

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  • Indian trade unionists tour U.S.

    Indian trade unionists tour U.S.

    January 21, 2005

    Workers' Correspondence SEATTLE — Three union organizers from India toured nine cities in the U.S. in December and spoke about several issues, including the effects of U.S. outsourcing to their country from the standpoint of workers...

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  • Coming of age in Texas

    Coming of age in Texas

    January 21, 2005

    “The Education of Shelby Knox,” an official selection of the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, will premiere nationally on the 18th season of the PBS documentary series P.O.V., announced Cara Mertes, P.O.V. executive director. The film is...

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  • A Caribbean mob story

    A Caribbean mob story

    January 21, 2005

    Book Review Forget trying to remember all the characters played out in “The Mafia in Havana,” unless of course you have a photographic memory, but it’s not important because all names lead to the selling of...

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  • Spy Girl: A look at South Koreas mindset

    Spy Girl: A look at South Koreas mindset

    January 21, 2005 By Dan Margolis

    Movie Review Spy Girl Directed by Han-Chun Park South Korea, 2004 Recently released on DVD

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