Survey: Black youth most politically active Nobel laureates urge youth to change the world Migrant youth in China receive training Czech youth group outlawed
CHICAGO — “We look forward to celebrating Frank’s 180th birthday,” declared Scott Marshall, labor secretary of the Communist Party and friend of Frank Lumpkin, who was celebrating his 90th birthday with family, friends and comrades at a packed Unity Center on Oct. 13. “It’s ironic because Frank has never done anything 180 in his life. He’s never turned away from a fight.”
NEW YORK - Almost 1,600 Harlemites and solidarity activists packed the Abyssinian Baptist Church to give a hero’s welcome to Fidel Castro, the president of Cuba
HOUSTON — One of the nation’s hottest congressional races is the battle to fill the empty seat of former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, who resigned in disgrace. Currently under indictment for money laundering, DeLay will not appear on the Texas 22nd Congressional District ballot in November. Remaining on the ballot are Democrat Nick Lampson and Libertarian Bob Smither.
Grace DuBreuil, impassioned organizer Carl Vedro, 98 fighting years
If you’ve ever had a cup of coffee or know someone who drinks it, you won’t want to miss “Black Gold,” a British documentary directed by Marc and Nick Francis.
The Toronto International Film Festival featured two impressive stories about music and the trials of surviving in the music world: the elegiac “The Violin” about an aged and humble violinist with one hand missing, and “Half Moon” about a man and his musical sons who travel a long and treacherous path to play in Iraqi Kurdistan.
How does U.S. health care measure up? The N.Y.-based Commonwealth Fund has released a report entitled “A National Scorecard on U.S. Health System Performance.”
NEW YORK — Unite Here’s nationwide “Hotel Workers Rising” campaign picked up wins in Chicago, San Francisco and Monterey, Calif., in late September, the union reported here recently.