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U.S. seeks to block Cubas participation in World Baseball Classic

The U.S. government is trying to deny the Cuban national baseball team the right to play in the World Baseball Classic scheduled for March 3-20.

Chicago Film Workshop classes set to begin

Are you interested in digital videography? editing? scriptwriting? The Community Film Workshop of Chicago, in residence at Kennedy King College, will run classes in these subjects taught by experienced and award-winning teachers.

The American war

While on an artist’s retreat in Vietnam in June of 2005, multimedia artist Harrell Fletcher visited the War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City. The museum has as its focus provocative photojournalistic images and excerpted written documentation about the Vietnam War, known in Vietnam as “The American War in Vietnam.”

Brokeback Mountain a story about all of us

In 1997 Annie Proulx wrote the short story that would become “Brokeback Mountain,” the tale of Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist, two Wyoming “country boys with no prospects, brought up to hard work and privation,” who happen to fall in love.

News censorship exposed again

Corporate concentration in the news media continues to take a toll. Trivialization of news that blurs the distinction between news and entertainment and under-reporting of serious issues are the trends.

Ask the Communists

Q: Why don’t you change your name? A lot of people would agree with your ideas but they are scared away by the word “communist.”

Citizenship versus disenfranchisement

The latest campaign of the anti-immigrant forces is to take away the right to U.S. citizenship of children of undocumented immigrants born in the United States.

Editorial: Celebrate Dr. Kings birthday with action

This weekend’s celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King’s 77th birthday comes amid a growing popular upsurge against the sharp challenges posed by the Bush administration and its giant corporate backers to every ideal the great civil rights and peace leader fought for.

Editorial: Alito and womens rights

In the past week’s hearings on the nomination of Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court, much attention has focused on his attitudes toward Roe v. Wade, and the right to privacy that underlies the Supreme Court’s historic 1973 decision upholding a woman’s right to choose abortion.

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