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  • Invisible giants honored in Selma

    Invisible giants honored in Selma

    March 11, 2005 By Tim Wheeler

    SELMA, Ala. — They were “invisible giants,” women and men who served as foot-soldiers of the struggle for voting rights.

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  • Doris Glenn 1920-2005

    Doris Glenn 1920-2005

    March 11, 2005

    Doris Margaret Glenn born July 5, 1920, was called home to God on Feb. 27, after a 10 year battle with MS, in Los Banos Calif., her home for the last six years. Mrs. Glenn was...

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  • Lessons from the Maine paperworkers strike

    Lessons from the Maine paperworkers strike

    March 11, 2005

    BOOK REVIEW Peter Kellman was a key leader of the 1987-88 Paperworkers International Union (UPIU) strike against International Paper (IP) in Jay, Maine. “Divided We Fall” is a focused history of the 20th century struggles of...

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  • Irish women will be heard

    Irish women will be heard

    March 11, 2005

    NEW YORK — Several months ago, when I was appearing in “Women on the Verge of HRT” at the Irish Arts Center, Marie Jones (author of “Stones in his Pockets” and “Women on the Verge”) went...

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  • Military recruiters have unrivaled access to public schools

    Military recruiters have unrivaled access to public schools

    March 11, 2005

    Should parents have the right to choose to protect a child from being targeted by military recruiters in school? Is it an inherent part of public school education to be pressured to sign an irrevocable contract...

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