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On July 26, 1953, small bands of militants attacked two Cuban Army installations in eastern Cuba. Most of the young revolutionaries were tortured and killed. The survivors went on to oust the U.S.-backed Batista dictatorship.
It has been 14 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) went into effect. The years that have elapsed since then have certainly been educational with respect to how ultra-right political forces regard this civil rights legislation.
On the same day that hundreds of Smithfield workers in the company’s Tar Heel, N.C., plant boldly wore union T-shirts to work in a show of solidarity, 75 community supporters turned out in support at a supermarket in nearby Fayetteville, July 21.
SACRAMENTO (AP) — California’s pesticide agency is conducting a review of popular insecticides because many are ending up in urban streams and killing tiny aquatic creatures. The review could lead to restrictions and even bans on many products used on lawns and gardens.
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“A trained, motivated army of 50,000 stewards and activists to defend workers’ workplace interests will be deployed by the Communications Workers of America, according to a decision by its annual convention held July 10-11 in Las Vegas.
PITTSBURGH — As the mostly African American and Latino congregation was preparing for weekly Friday prayers at Light of the Age mosque here on June 30, a dozen FBI agents raided the building and lined up worshippers outside at gunpoint.
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