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Students mobilize to protect Pell Grant

Concerned that the recently announced budget shortfall will translate into cuts in the program and threaten the $4,000 maximum grant appropriated in spending bills, students and student advocates are mobilizing in support of increased spending in the Pell grant program.

Amid the ruins, a call for justice and peace

NEW YORK – A young woman stood in the crowd on Church Street one block north of the ruins of the World Trade Center. It was just two months after the Sept. 11 attack and smoke was still rising from the rubble.

Charleston Five agreement detailed

CHARLESTON, S.C. – In a stunning reversal, the Charleston Five, union longshoremen who spent nearly 20 months under house arrest for daring to picket a non-union shipping company, were freed after South Carolina Attorney General Charles Condon was forced out of the case.

Seattle protests FBI raid

SEATTLE – Chanting, “Being a Muslim is not a crime,” more than 200 people marched here Nov. 7 to support civil rights for Somalian residents.

Rally blasts Bush giveaways to rich

CHICAGO – Several hundred people, including many who were attending the national convention of USA Action, rallied in the State of Illinois Plaza here Sept. 14 to denounce the Bush administration’s giveaways to the rich and to demand help for people affected by Sept. 11 and the current recession.

NYC firefighters fight City Hall and win

NEW YORK – Amidst the burning rubble of the World Trade Center, firefighters continue to extinguish the two-month-old fires and search for the remains of thousands still buried there. Just as it should be.

NYC homeless and hungry grows after 9/11

NEW YORK – The number of homeless and hungry in New York City is increasing.

Conyers challenges Bush on tribunals

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Conyers and other Members of Congress hold press conference to express concerns regarding the administration’s actions on Military Tribunals and Anti-terrorism.

Private airport security firms get the boot

Privatization, the holy Grail of the ultra-right, has taken some heavy hits since the Sept. 11 terrorist attack and not just because the heroes were public employees – firefighters, emergency medical workers and the police.

Peoples Weekly World: An alternative news source that needs your support!

After the record-breaking fund drive of National Public Radio, it is clear people want to hear the stories from the alternative media. The alternatative media reports the stories censored by the corporate media.

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