Jun 15

                
  • ‘Eyewitness to Occupation’ events

    ‘Eyewitness to Occupation’ events

    June 14, 2002 By John Pappademos And Evelina Alarcon

    “This is just what we need to be doing,” was the reaction of many of the participants in two Connecticut “Eyewitness to Occupation” events featuring remarks by Judith Le Blanc following her two-week fact-finding tour as...

    Read more
  • Manhattan public access TV elects new chairman of board

    Manhattan public access TV elects new chairman of board

    June 14, 2002 By John Pappademos And Evelina Alarcon

    NEW YORK – The Board of Directors of Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN), the recently expanded public access cable television network, has elected one of New York City’s most active advocate journalists, Donald Suggs, as its new...

    Read more
  • Jacobs Ladder a timely film

    Jacobs Ladder a timely film

    June 14, 2002

    Jacob’s Ladder is an anti-war film released in 1990, a month before the start of the Gulf War. It’s about life and death, love and humanity, but the studio promoted it as a horror movie. It...

    Read more
  • Gordon F. Moir

    Gordon F. Moir

    June 14, 2002

    Gordon “Brick” Moir, known to many PWW readers for his pithy comments in conversations with Hy Clymer, died May 29 in Aberdeen, Washington. He was 90 years old. Brick – he would insist on using that...

    Read more
  • Lawyer challenges detention

    Lawyer challenges detention

    June 14, 2002 By John Pappademos And Evelina Alarcon

    Attorney Donna R. Newman announced June 11 that she will challenge the detention of Jose Padilla, a U.S. citizen who is being held by the Justice Department without criminal charges as a suspect in a “bomb...

    Read more