Archive: September 2013

Cover Story

Stop the corporations. Educate all children.

As schools get ready to open this year, angry and frustrated parents and teachers stormed out of the latest hearings on Chicago’s austerity budget. Chicago Public Schools (CPS) closed 49 elementary schools this year. Then CPS cut the budgets of the remaining schools by $68 million, and then …

Editorial

No Justice. No Peace!

The not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial for the murder of Trayvon Martin has made clear the raw and growing disconnect between the humane and moral foundation of justice and the hard, cold immorality of some of the laws of the land. This verdict compels the American people …

Challenging unjust laws

The murder of Trayvon Martin and the freeing of the criminal who committed it has become a rallying point for all who cry out against injustice …

DC workers want a living wage

Unions, the faith community, community organizations, and low-wage workers in Washington, DC have been mobilizing to pass and to …

Shout Out Poetry Reading

On July 13, 2013, at Manchester Center, a program called Manchester Experiment presented a poetry reading entitled SHOUT OUT …

Positive news from Benton Harbor

A city income tax will help restore the city of Benton Harbor. A Michigan-based research group, citizens research council of Michigan, says city income …

Green Shadow Cabinet on Immigration

This is excerpts from an interview with Gloria Meneses Sandoval, Secretary of Immigration, for the Green Shadow Cabinet. It appeared in our sister …

Momenpopcast Everybody!

This is a brand new podcast by Andy and Leslie Willis, (self-described as a free-range couple of humanoids enjoying 40+ years of lasting contention and companionship)