October

International notes

India: Plans made for Nov. 14 anti-Iraq war demo / China: Reaffirms political settlement re Iraq / Brazil: Metalworkers’ Federation congratulates Lula / Ireland: Anti-Racist Workplace Week / Korea: North-South cooperation affirmed / South Africa: Unions protest food prices

National Clips

TAOS, N.M.: 2,500 march at Rumsfeld’s house / FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla.: African-American Research Library & Cultural Center opens / AUGUSTA, Me., MONTPELIER, Vt., NASHVILLE, Tenn.: Marchers call for peace / ALBANY, N.Y.: Insurers must cover womens’ health needs / NASHVILLE, Tenn.: Religious leaders meet on AIDS in Africa / SANTA MONICA, Calif.: Voters to decide on living wage law / NEW YORK: MIT on WTC collapse

Bush, Cheney and Halliburton found guilty

DALLAS – Two hundred low-income activists rode into Dallas on Oct. 24 to make sure that the world knows how George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and the Halliburton Corporation are pulling America down.

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