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  • Houston prepares for Freedom Ride

    Houston prepares for Freedom Ride

    July 11, 2003

    According to organizer Maria Jimenez, the scene looked like an old-fashioned pep rally for Flag Day in Houston as the Wood Forest High School marching band warmed up the crowd in the huge Electrical Workers Union...

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  • Parents fight Jebs biased test

    Parents fight Jebs biased test

    July 11, 2003

    At least 43,000 third-graders and 12,000 high school seniors failed the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) this past May, triggering an angry protest movement by parents, students, and their supporters demanding that Gov. Jeb Bush suspend...

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  • Kucinich vows to challenge monopolies

    Kucinich vows to challenge monopolies

    July 4, 2003

    ELGIN, Ill. – On June 21, Dennis Kucinich took his campaign for the presidential nomination of the Democratic Party into the home territory of House Speaker Dennis Hastert, one of George W. Bush’s closest allies. Speaking...

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  • Black Radical Congress charts course

    Black Radical Congress charts course

    July 4, 2003

    SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – The Black Radical Congress (BRC) brought together 200 activists at Seton Hall University during the weekend of June 20-22 to discuss “War, Racism and Repression: Confronting the U.S. Empire.” There was full...

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  • The power behind the tax cuts

    The power behind the tax cuts

    July 4, 2003 By Fred Gaboury

    In a brief period of two years, the right wing ideologues who control the federal government have been able to ram trillion-dollar tax cuts through Congress in 2001 and again in 2003, reduced a budget surplus...

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