BIRMINGHAM, Ala.: Fighting to preserve desegregated schools DETROIT: Voting to defend affirmative action NEW YORK: Civil rights lawyer gets 28 months GRAND HAVEN, Mich.: U.S. guns to ‘light up’ Great Lakes LAKE WORTH, Fla.: Green Party focuses on local races
Not so sweet Segregation in Alabama Across the pond Solidarity with Iraqi people Labor energized in Indy races Forgiving
Last month, before congressional Republicans headed home to try to hold onto their seats, the GOP leadership pushed through the House the hypocritically labeled “Federal Election Integrity Act of 2006,” HR 4844.
An Oct. 7 poll by the Cedatos/Gallup group shows Rafael Correa, a left-wing economist who opposes Washington’s “free trade” policies, is leading in the country’s presidential race with 37 percent of the electorate’s support.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.: Coach fights for equality for girls team SIOUX FALLS, S.D.: Fight to restore abortion rights tightens
Drug prices; No response is injustice; Military privatization; No money for doc? Eat more vitamins; Point of information; Big mistake
Public Services International, a trade union federation of 640 public sector unions in 155 countries, including the U.S., demanded the release of Dr. Alberto Carvajal Salcedo, 70, a Colombian labor and human rights lawyer imprisoned recently.
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On Aug. 2, after reading about “America Tropical,” the famous mural painted in Los Angeles by Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros, there I was, for the first time — inches from the huge masterwork.