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People's Struggles

Ben Breyer | Urbana, IL | 10/31/98
Schools must cut their corporate ties or they will continue to rob students of a sound, accessible education. A strong, united student movement can change...
Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 10/31/98
There has been a high tide of conflict at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).
staff | Chicago, IL | 10/30/98
On June 19-21, the founding convention of the Black Radical Congress (B.R.C.) was held in Chicago. Nearly 2000 people came together to exchange experience...
Mick Kelly | Minneapolis, MN | 10/21/98
Hennepin County Commissioners got an earful, when more than 100 people packed a September 8 hearing on Minnesota’s new welfare program.
Deb Konechne | Duluth, Minnesota | 10/21/98
On August 8th, the Minnesota Welfare Rights Coalition held a statewide meeting in Duluth to discuss the effects of Minnesota's new welfare program,...
staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/20/98
The Twin Cities-based Emergency Committee Against US Intervention in Yugoslavia sent a solidarity statement to an October 16 anti-war demonstration in...
Peter Frase | Minneapolis, MN | 10/17/98
Public disapproval is growing fast against US-backed UN sanctions against Iraq. October 1-14, peace and justice groups nationwide protested the sanctions.
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staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/14/98
Minneapolis, MN - More than 150 people join the Welfare Rights Committee for a rally in front of the New Federal Building to protest hunger and...
staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/12/98
Twin Cities peace organizations are mobilizing to stop the U.S. war threats to Yugoslavia.
staff | Duluth, Minnesota | 10/07/98
Skip Humphrey and Mike Freeman of the DFL, and Ken Pentel of the Green Party, contenders for Governor, sparred in a candidates forum August 25.
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