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Commentary :: Media
Blackout in Alabama and Canned Cheers for Bush's Social Security Scheme
12 Apr 2005
Modified: 12:54:55 PM
A slick suburban magazine in Montgomery, Alabama, touts the President’s Social Security wrecking scheme, but it seems to be only talking to white folks.
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LOCAL Commentary :: Media
Fact-Checking the Herald
12 Apr 2005
Modified: 09:37:34 AM
Dismantling the Herald's Disinformation Drive
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Antisemitism alive and well in southern USA
12 Apr 2005
An American has been under house arrest without trial for
more than four years. In America.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Globalization
MGJ A16 Update: Puppet Factory, Mass Housing, Welcome Centers
12 Apr 2005
Update on organizing for the IMF/World Bank Protests in DC April 15-17.
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Commentary :: International
Oil War Jingles
12 Apr 2005
Three short jingles
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News :: Human Rights : International : Politics
Special Pilger/Veith interview: The reason for going to war in Iraq
12 Apr 2005
''If you ask an American student how many people died in Vietnam, he'll tell you 58,000. In other words they dismissed the 2, 3, maybe 4 million Vietnamese who were killed by the United States and its allies in that war.''
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LOCAL Announcement :: Education : Labor
Emerson Student Strike
12 Apr 2005
Modified: 12:22:48 AM
Currently, Emerson college is the scene of a labor dispute between the full-time faculty and their union, and the administration (who, after decades, wants to break the union). After years of attempts at negotiation, and a final plea for the administration to either recognize the union or enter binding arbitration, the administration will still not budge.
On Wednesday and Thursday of this week, the students of Emerson, in support of our teachers, will boycott all classes.
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Commentary :: Politics
Fallen Soldier's Mother Speaks Out - Murderous Thugs
11 Apr 2005
Lying murederour thugs run this country and I am imploring you all to wake up!
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News :: Human Rights : Labor
8 Days of Sitting In at WashU, Take Action:Sit-In for Living Wage, Washington University in St. Louis
11 Apr 2005
The following is from a student participating in the ongoing sit-in/occupation in the main administrative building of Washington University in St. Louis. The sit-in is in support of campus workers who do not currently receive a living wage. Currently the sit-in has been going on for over 24 hours(as of noon april 5). Below this message is a list of ways you can take action and a summary of what we've been doing over the past 10 days.
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Commentary :: Labor
What about the Racism That We Face? (Racism within and by union)
11 Apr 2005
This Article was written by a member of a Canadian union and Originally published at

Racism has an unquestionably destructive effect upon worker solidarity.
What strategies do unions have in place for combating racism within the union?
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