Sept. 8

                
  • James E. Jackson dies

    James E. Jackson dies

    September 7, 2007

    The staff of the People’s Weekly World was deeply saddened to learn of the death of Dr. James E. Jackson last weekend in New York. Jackson was editor of our predecessor paper, The Worker, during the...

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  • PWW goes to West Indian festival

    PWW goes to West Indian festival

    September 7, 2007

    BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Millions of people lined the streets here on Labor Day for the annual West Indian American Day Parade, billed as the largest parade in the United States. And, of course, the People’s Weekly...

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  • Film salutes Peggy Lipschutz

    Film salutes Peggy Lipschutz

    September 7, 2007

    “Never Turning Back: The World of Peggy Lipschutz” is a film about 88-year-old artist and political activist Peggy Lipschutz of Evanston, Ill. Lipschutz and her “chalk talks,” sometimes called “Songs You Can See,” have been part...

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  • Haiti: what really happened?

    Haiti: what really happened?

    September 7, 2007

    BOOK REVIEW An Unbroken Agony: Haiti — From Revolution to the Kidnapping of a President By Randall Robinson Basic Civitas Books, 2007 Hardcover, 280 pp., $26 Did the Bush administration kidnap former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide,...

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  • Unions not welcome in Kid Nation

    Unions not welcome in Kid Nation

    September 7, 2007

    While it’s true that many parents would like to see their children become a bit more enthusiastic about household chores, they probably wouldn’t want to see them in the kind of world depicted in “Kid Nation,”...

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