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Honor King - end poverty, racism and war

Dr. Martin Luther King’s message of peace, jobs and freedom is resonating loudly at holiday celebrations in Connecticut. In the past months, 19,500 jobs have been lost, with 20,000 more projected.

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The Chicago Freedom Movement: Summer 1966

The impact of the 1966 Chicago Freedom Movement on the decade’s civil rights struggles was as significant as any other campaign of that era. To visit The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, click here.

Enron put Bush in White House

Craig McDonald, director of Texans for Public Justice (TPJ), scoffed at President George W. Bush’s clumsy attempts to distance himself from Enron Corporation. To visit the Texans for Public Justice Website, click here.

Muhammad Ali: a champion of the people

The film Ali begins and ends with a heroic victory for an athlete of incredible talent.

This holiday season one man was 'grounded at zero'

NEW YORK – As our driver made his way through the streets, I wondered what to expect when I got there. How would I feel? Would it be as I had imagined? All my questions were about to be answered.

African National Congress 90 years old

The following is a statement by the South African Communist Party (SACP) on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the African National Congress (ANC):

Israels working people face a difficult future

TEL AVIV – Israel entered 2002 in deep economic crisis and without the budget the Knesset should have adopted by Dec. 31.

Who pays for nukes?

When the Senate reconvenes on January 23, their agenda will include acting on the Price Anderson Act, which has passed by voice vote in the House. Now is the time to call your Senator and urge defeat of S-1766, the Energy Policy Act of 2002.

Tucson: the capitalist killer

Late on Friday afternoon when most folks were fighting rush-hour traffic to get home for Christmas cheer and a long holiday weekend, about 60 people paused to remember some of the often forgotten victims of Bush’s America.

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