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VIRTUAL SIT-IN FOR A LIVING WAGE SCHEDULED FOR MAY 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th;
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please support nearly 40 students entering the 2nd week of occupation of administrative offices at Harvard University, with demands of a Living Wage for all University employees.
we have an amazing opportunity to do something that has never been done before in the U.S. have a 5 yr moratorium placed on the release of GMO crops in this state.
BUT WE NEED LETTERS & PHONE & FAX CALLS! FAST!
Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Antoinette Bosco, author of "Choosing Mercy: A Mother of Murder Victims Pleads to End the Death Penalty," who discusses the ultimate personal test of her life-long opposition to the death sentence and her activism in the national movement to abolish capital punishment.
My younger sister is an undergraduate at Penn State University, where an escalating series of hate letters to black leaders, athletes, and athletes' parents has culminated in the death of an unidentified person (the sender of the hate mail has taken credit for the murder). While the mail has been sent assiduously since last October, President Graham Spanier and the PSU administration have done next to nothing to protect the lives and well-being of their students.
While the heads of state met with their corporate allies to move toward implementation of the FTAA by 2005, activists outside this 400-year-old walled city staged militant protests condemning the secrecy of the negotiations and the erosion of democracy they claim is the result of surrendering government power to transnational corp.