June 21

                
  • Ohio nurses fight for patient rights

    Ohio nurses fight for patient rights

    June 24, 2008

    CLEVELAND — Patients are dying because nurses are being mistreated and overworked,” stated Adrienne Zurub, a registered nurse from Cleveland, as she kicked off a June 15 rally here by the National Nurses Organizing Committee. The...

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  • What Obama didnt say on Fathers Day

    What Obama didnt say on Fathers Day

    June 24, 2008

    In a widely acclaimed speech at an African American church on Chicago’s South Side to commemorate Father’s Day, Barack Obama gave a presentation that, while acknowledging the racial challenges of the past, gave great weight to...

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  • Big political shifts are under way

    Big political shifts are under way

    June 24, 2008 By Joelle Fishman

    The yearning in our country for a new direction and new priorities has taken hold in the 2008 elections. Voters turned out in record numbers for the primaries, propelled by economic necessity and determination to end...

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  • Letters – June 21, 2008

    Letters – June 21, 2008

    June 24, 2008

    Stimulating! I finally got my stimulus check, which is G.W. Bush’s answer to the recession that he denies that we are in. I will be doing something with my stimulus check that Bush does not approve...

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  • EDITORIAL:Summer job blues

    EDITORIAL:Summer job blues

    June 24, 2008

    Youth joblessness is reaching record highs this summer, hitting 66 percent nationwide (the highest since unemployment data was first collected in the 1960s). These numbers rise dramatically for African American youth, who in Chicago face an...

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