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Jobs with Justice: Fighting For Our Future
Stewart Acuff
Washington D.C.

Standing up for Workers' Rights
Stewart Acuff
Washington D.C.


The History of Affirmative Action Policies
Americans for a Fair Chance
Washington D.C.


Statement of Julia Beatty
President
United States Student Association,
on University of Michigan 6th Circuit Ruling
Washington, D.C.


A student organizer’s perspective on affirmative action - 2002
Interview with Nicholas Centino
United States Student Association
Washington, D.C.


On the publication of the study
"Rethinking U.S. Agricultural Policy"

by Bill Christison
Washington, D.C.


On the tragic death of Senator Paul Wellstone
Bill Christison,
Washington, D.C.


28 Asian Pacific American organizations
file support for affirmative action at the U. S. Supreme Court
Interview with Vincent Eng
National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium
Washington, D.C.

Family Farmers Lambast Wasted Opportunity Of Farm Bill
Congress Chooses to Ignore Global Food Crisis
by National Family Farm Coalition
Washington, D.C.


Mad Cow:
Family Farmers, Cattle and Consumers are Victims of Corporate Greed

National Family Farm Coalition
Washington, D.C.

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Affirmative Action
in Michigan Law School Case
by Graciela Elizabeth Geyer,
U.S. Students Association
Washington, D.C.


"Eliminating affirmative action is re-segregating higher education"
Interview with Graciela Elizabeth Geyer
U.S. Students Association
Washington, D.C.


"There is no place where affirmative action
is not necessary or could not be improved.
"
Interview with Graciela Elizabeth Geyer,
U.S. Students Association
Washington, D.C.


The White House Conference on Social Security
Different proposals to insure Social Security’s
viability into the 21st century
by Steve Gorin
Washington, D.C.


"Preventing discrimination and promoting diversity"
Interview with Ayanna Hawkins
Americans for a Fair Chance
Washington, D.C.


From Selma, Alabama to Hollywood, California:
A Thirty-One Year Struggle for Fairness and Inclusion in the American Dream
An Open Letter to the Entertainment Community
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson
Washington, D.C.


Ron Brown: A Man Who "Made History"
Rev. Jesse Jackson
Washington, D.C.


Children's Studio School
Jewel Johnson
Washington, D.C.

Fact Sheet on Genetic Engineering in Agriculture
Farmers' Declaration on Genetic Engineering in Agriculture
Ariane Kissam
Washington, D.C.


Affirmative Action: Learning from achievements in Florida
Interview with Jennifer Lin,
U.S. Students Association

Washington, D.C.


Civil Rights Commission denounces percentage programs,
states continue fighting affirmative action attacks

Jennifer Lin
Washington, D.C.


There is No University Without Diversity:
Students Continue to Fight for Affirmative Action

Affirmative Action roundup '99
Jennifer Lin
Washington, D.C.


"Re-thinking the Way We Organize
A National Movement for Affirmative Action
Interview with Jennifer Lin, United States Student Association
Washington, D.C.


Family Farmers Praise Introduction of Trade Bill
that Helps Address Global Food Crisis

U.S. and United Nations Continue to Promote
Catastrophic Free Trade Agendas

by National Family Farm Coalition
Washington, D.C.


Family Farmers Lambast Wasted Opportunity Of Farm Bill
Congress Chooses to Ignore Global Food Crisis
by National Family Farm Coalition
Washington, D.C.


U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Mandatory Checkoff Program
Midwestern hog farmers attend hearing in Washington, D.C.
Bryce Oates
Washington, D.C.


MRCC Lends Voice at the White House Job Summit
By Kathy Ozer
Washington, D.C.
Published in In Motion Magazine December 9, 2009


The positive impact of affirmative action is a fact in our daily lives
Affirmative Action and the Civil Rights Movement
An interview with René Redwood
Washington, D.C.


The Glass Ceiling
The Findings and Recommendations of the Federal Glass Ceiling Commission
"For people confronting these barriers, it's discrimination plain and simple."
René Redwood
Washington, D.C.

Stand Strong for Freedom of Choice
"... we will not back down at the threat of their cowardly violence"
Rev. Carlton W. Veazey
Washington, D.C.


"... We will break the silence."
As Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Did Three Decades Ago,
Black Clergy Must Continue to Address Difficult Issues Affecting Their Congregations
Rev. Carlton W. Veazey
Washington, D.C.


"Breaking the Silence on Sexuality"
National Black Religious Summit II
by Leslie M. Watson
Washington, D.C.


Teen Mother, My Mother
"... opening doors to real dialogue that break the silence,
and dispelling myths about sex and sexuality."
by Leslie M. Watson
Washington, D.C.


Revival -
A poem by Leslie M. Watson
Washington, D.C.


Four Poems by Leslie Watson
As I Am ..., Miss Gracie, And the Cycle Began, Thinking about Roe
Washington, D.C.

Equal Opportunity Laws Should Not Be Suspended in Katrina Crisis
AAAA Opposes Department of Labor’s Exemption of Katrina Contractors from Affirmative Action Rules
by Shirley J. Wilcher
Washington, D.C.

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