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Alice Goldberg memorial Jan. 22

On Saturday, Jan. 22, at 2 p.m., the New Haven County Branch of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and the New Haven People’s Center will co-host a celebration of the life of Alice W. Goldberg at 37 Howe Street, New Haven, Conn.

Corporations cooperate in finance probe

AUSTIN, Texas — Just before the New Year, Sears, Roebuck and Co. agreed to cooperate in the investigation of illegal corporate campaign funding of Republican candidates running for the Texas House of Representatives in 2002.

Very Long Engagement dont wait to see it

Movie Review Don’t go to “A Very Long Engagement,” which stars Audrey Tatou, with the idea of being treated to a second “Amelie,” even though the director, star, and several cast members are the same as in that delightful little comic love story.

Peoples choice is Fahrenheit 9/11

“Fahrenheit 9/11” was the winner of Favorite Movie of the Year at the 31st Annual People’s Choice Awards Jan. 9. Annual People’s Choice Awards winners are established through voting by ordinary viewers. This year was the first for solely Internet voting, and approximately 21 million votes were cast.

Compelling film spotlights rape injustice

Movie Review HBO: A Rape in a Small Town: The Florence Holway Story

Mothers, daughters and Social Security

OPINION If anyone tries to tell you that young people don’t care about Social Security, don’t believe them. Being in my 30s, I no longer consider myself “young,” but I am still a long way off from retirement age.

A national crisis needs a national solution

OPINION In “Health care: beyond markets” PWW Dec. 18-24, George Silver nailed the disaster that market-driven health care has brought to our nation. He rightly condemned the “architecture of profitability,” decrying the profits and immunity from regulation that have brought industrial giants into health care. He pointed out that preventive investments are almost nonexistent.

How should we honor Martin Luther King?

OPINION I was offered the opportunity to attend the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast in Saint Petersburg, Fla., and join members of the local Democratic Party to “honor” King. The speakers at this event never discuss anything that might reflect on how our Prince of Peace would condemn this brutal imperialist war. I had to speak out. Save a life, be able to look in a mirror, and be pleased at who you are. Don’t let a day pass without some effort against this criminal war. Below is my reply to the invitation.

A tortured state

OPINION I live in America, the land of the free and the home of the brave, and its free, brave soldiers are everywhere on the march killing people to liberate them in Iraq, protecting hand-picked dictators while allowing narco-terrorists to flourish all across Afghanistan and Pakistan, and doing the darkest possible work imaginable in Colombia, which would be front page news if they weren’t bleeding to death in the cities and sands of Iraq by the hundreds every month. I am looking at a broken-back negative of what it means to be an American. I am an American in a tortured state.


A drum major for justice / 323,000 working poor hit by man-made disaster

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