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The Morons Strike Again

by Samir Chopra | Sep 23, 2013 | Uncategorized

(Source: Columbia) Over the weekend, Prabhjot Singh, assistant professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, was assaulted and viciously beaten by assailants as yet unknown. His attackers made him the target of anti-Muslim slurs, calling him “Osama” and “terrorist.” Singh is now in the hospital, recovering from this hate crime, nursing a […]

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This Supreme Court Case Could Be the Beginning of the End of Roe

by Peter Lindstrom | Sep 19, 2013 | Uncategorized

(Source: Mark Wilson/Getty Images) With all fuss over Syria and shutdowns in Washington, you might have missed the Supreme Court’s announcement that it will hear a case that might lead to the end of abortion rights. The case itself (Cline v. Oklahoma Coalition for Reproductive Justice) wouldn’t be the end abortion rights outlined in Roe […]

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Letter to an Unknown Whistleblower

by Tom Engelhardt | Sep 17, 2013 | Uncategorized

(Bradley Manning | Source: Wikicommons) Dear Whistleblower, I don’t know who you are or what you do or how old you may be. I just know that you exist somewhere in our future as surely as does tomorrow or next year. You may be young and computer-savvy or a career federal employee well along in […]

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Marfa Dialogues/NY Releases Two-Month Schedule of Events Examining Climate Change Through Art, Activism and Science

by WS Editors | Aug 28, 2013 | Uncategorized

New York, NY – The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Ballroom Marfa and the Public Concern Foundation today released the calendar of events for Marfa Dialogues/NY, a two-month series of events beginning this October that will combine art, activism and science to bring together disparate audiences for a broader and deeper examination of climate change. More Than […]

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Workers Win $2 Million Settlement From Assisted Living Giant

by Joe Sexton | Aug 26, 2013 | Uncategorized

(Source: seniorhousingnet.com) Emeritus Senior Living, the country’s largest assisted-living company, has agreed to pay up to $2.2 million to settle claims that it routinely underpaid workers at dozens of its California facilities. Hands-on workers at Emeritus facilities—the non-salaried aides and support staff who statewide help care for hundreds of often frail seniors—alleged in a lawsuit […]

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