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May 7, 2001

Jaggi Singh Freed on Bail

Judy MacDonald
At 5 p.m. EST Monday May 7, news arrived that Jaggi Singh was freed on $2,000 bail. The five individuals identified with the Germinal group are still in jail. They were arrested before demonstrations
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May 7, 2001

Junk-Mail Junkie - Part Two

Penni Mitchell
What to do to stop unwanted letters from coming to your door. Advice from an insider.
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May 6, 2001

Ungrateful World Kicks U.S. Off Rights Panel

CNN
The country ducked Kyoto, wants to bring back Star Wars and is the United States. Still, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld blamed a recent U.S. diplomatic setback on a world ungrateful for America
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May 5, 2001

Mumia Gives His Version of Police Shooting

Malik Russell
Longtime Death Row activist Mumia Abu-Jamal states that he is completely innocent of the 1981 murder of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner. His legal team produces a sworn statement from a m
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May 4, 2001

Refugee Bill Gets Panned

Noemi Lopinto
On May 4, a commission representing the Minister will be in Montreal to hear the responses of a few selected advocacy groups. According to Gitanjali Lena, media coordinator for the Canadian Council o
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May 4, 2001

"Insult" Prompts Nurses' Job Action

Kim Pemberton
"It's time our government and the Health Employers Association wake up. We feel the need to increase the action because clearly they're not getting it. Offering our nurses 53 cents more will do nothi
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May 4, 2001

Study Links Racism, Wage Gap

Morgan Campbell
White Canadians earn about 25 per cent more than their non-white counterparts, and a study commissioned by the Centre for Social Justice says racism is to blame.
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May 4, 2001

Free Jaggi Singh

rabble staff
This is an open letter about the arrest and confinement of activist Jaggi Singh. Tariq Ali, Noam Chomsky, Barbara Ehrenreich, Naomi Klein, Alexa McDonough, Bob White and others have signed this docum
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May 3, 2001

There Once was a Union Maid

Doug Smith
A documentary airing May 3 on WTN tells the remarkable story of the Notorious Mrs. Armstrong. It also explores the filmmaker's search for traces of the feminist and union organizer who played a part

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