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  • Letters

    Letters

    February 1, 2002

    Controversy is democracy Our history is not good. We scalped the Indians when we conquered the land and we lied and said they scalped the whiteman first. We broke every treaty and agreement with them. Abraham...

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  • Editorials

    Editorials

    February 1, 2002

    Meeting the challenge African-American History Month begins against the backdrop of deepening working-class poverty and unemployment, ongoing racial profiling and more Black men and women in jail than in college. The Sept. 11 attack is still...

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  • Major victory at Chicagos V&V

    Major victory at Chicagos V&V

    February 1, 2002

    CHICAGO – On Jan. 21, production workers at V&V Supremo Cheese in the mostly Mexican Pilsen community here voted to ratify their first union contract. They had voted more than a year ago to be represented...

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  • Texas labor endorses minority candidates

    Texas labor endorses minority candidates

    February 1, 2002

    AUSTIN – The Texas AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE) endorsed two minority and pro-affirmative action candidates for governor and Senate at its Jan. 15 convention here. For many delegates, the defining issues were previous political...

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  • Letters

    Letters

    January 26, 2002

    Free the Cuban five The recent political trial last year in Miami of five Cuban patriots resulted in a total breakdown in communication. Forty years of an inhuman criminal blockade has not destroyed the spirit of...

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