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Chicago Plans to Close Schools, but Lots of Money for Stadiums: The Battle for Community Schools is Not Over
Three Members of Colorado Foreclosure Resistance Arrested In Action At Department of Justice To End Too Big To Jail
James Vetato and his grandson, Bryson Lowery
By Berry Craig
Officer Serrano’s Hidden Camera
The stop-and-frisk trials of Pedro Serrano: NYPD rat, NYPD hero.
Officer Pedro Serrano walked through the heavy wooden doors of the 40th Precinct in the South Bronx and headed upstairs to the locker room. For eight years he’d been working out of this 89-year-old station house, with its broken fax machines and crummy computers. “We work in a shithole,” the cops there would say, “but it’s our shithole.” Serrano, 43, had the day off—he’d stopped by only to pick up some papers—but when he got close to his locker, he noticed something strange. Someone had placed a dozen rat stickers on the door.
Protesters March On Firm Where Eric Holder Was Partner, Occupy Lobby
The Growing Global Challenge to Monsanto's Monopolistic Greed
For information about protests against Monsanto across the globe visit: Occupy Monsanto
A family waving at protesters as they marched through the West Side of Chicago Saturday for the 3-day March for Education Justice. "The mayor and Board of Education want to destroy 54 school communities. This will be the largest destruction of schools in U.S. history. We need our neighborhood schools and we should all fight together to save them." Photo album by Jenna Pope
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