We salute Joyce Wheeler on her retirement from the Baltimore City Public Schools.
Though most observers have concluded that immigration reform is dead until after the 2008 elections, many immigrant rights activists are continuing to fight. They are especially fired up by the sharp increase in immigration raids and deportations, which are shattering families nationwide.
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New Kennedy bill would further boost minimum wage Port truckers petition to be employees Congress hears calls for single-payer national health care AFL-CIO’s LGBT group urges marriage equality
The economic driving force of production in capitalist society is profits. This usually leads to multiple contradictions between conflicting forces of capital. Take the current energy crisis.
Germany: Nuclear plant shutdowns renew debate Iraq: Anti-sectarian activist murdered India: U.S. military ties criticized Uganda: UN demands rebels release children El Salvador: Privatization protest attacked
After initially refusing the International Atomic Energy Agency’s offer of assistance, the Japanese government said July 22 that it would permit IAEA inspectors to visit the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear power plant, damaged last week by an earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale.
BAGHDAD (IRIN) — For two months, Obeid Jaafar Khalifa, 52, has been worrying about how he will cope with looking after his deceased brother’s four children. Obeid already has six of his own children to look after.
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