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Bus depots are one of many environmental culprits that contribute to health problems in poor communities of color.
It started with Congress, which in 1998 voted to deny federal financial
aid to students with minor drug convictions like marijuana possession.
Now the use of financial aid as an incentive to cu
The movement against corporate globalization has made impressive strides. Now it needs to think carefully about what it stands for.
Immigrants hit the road for civil rights.
Disabled people march on Washington to protest policies that keep them out of sight, out of mind.
In his memoir, Taking Liberties, Aryeh Neier emerges, almost
despite himself, as a fascinating man.
The GOP embrace of homophobia is more than simply a sop to the far right.
Late last week, Yale clerical and maintenance workers who had been striking for three weeks won a contract that will transform the standard of living of clerical workers at the university, as wel
The people are asking for answers from the People's House.
The insurgent delegations were in many respects the product of years of anti-WTO organizing.
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