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Companies using war to deny workers needs

Many things have changed in the period since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the bombing of Afghanistan.

Colombian union leader killed

Gustavo Soler, president of the El Paso section of the energy workers' union Sintramienergetica, has been murdered in Colombia. His death adds one more name to the long list of Colombians slain for defending workers' rights.

Children bring cranes to peace park

SEATTLE, Wash. - Sadako Peace Park is a small bit of open space near the University of Washington here. On October 12, it was the gathering point for students from the North Kitsap Options Program of the Gordon Elementary School.

Berlin's first big peace rally in years

BERLIN, Germany - Berlin's march for peace was a joyous moment in tragic times. The peace movement, languishing for years, enlisted all its energy and was rewarded by a turnout of over 50,000 people in Berlin and 25,000 in Stuttgart, plus smaller gatherings in Nuremberg and other cities.

Anti-war marchers: Give peace a chance

HARTFORD, Conn. - Marching from the state capitol to the federal building here, 500 Connecticut students, union members and religious leaders took to the streets Oct. 13 to protest the Bush administration's unilateral military retaliation on Afghanistan.

Americans not united on war

Since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, most large media outlets have conducted polls to gauge public opinion on how the U.S. should respond to the tragedy.

AIDS the other war

WASHINGTON - Former Rep. Ron Dellums (D-Calif.) told a Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) workshop Sept. 24 that the nation is locked in a 'war.'

Transform Columbus Day in Denver

DENVER, Colo. - A crowd numbering around 2,000 rallied at the State Capitol building Oct. 6 in an event organized by the Transform Columbus Day Alliance.

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