Washington Post

Chokwe Lumumba: Remembering “America’s Most Revolutionary Mayor”
Democracy Now
Bill Chandler, a close ally to Mayor Lumumba, and was a member of his transition team. He is also a veteran of civil rights struggles in Mississippi and is the founding executive director of the Mississippi Immigrant Rights Alliance, where Lumumba
Chokwe Lumumba: Remembering “America’s Most Revolutionary Mayor”Havana Times

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The L Magazine

Haiti Crime: Fatal Assistance
The L Magazine
This documentary could have been a feature-length rant. The subject matter—Haiti’s 2010 earthquake and the country’s subsequent betrayal by foreign governments and NGOs—warrants it, but director Peck, once that country’s Minister of Culture, keeps
Fatal Assistance: A Scattered, Impressionistic Look at Haiti’s Post-Quake ProblemsVillage Voice

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Literacy Council Gulf Coast helps students master English and achieve their goals
The News-Press
He’s watched immigrant adults study for American citizenship exams. He chats in English and Spanish with Guatemalan teens who spend hours after school learning gerunds and nouns. At local migrant camps, Sorenson has witnessed discrimination against 

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New York Daily News

THOMAS: Separation of government from press
The Albany Herald
James Clyburn (D-SC), says the FCC “must emphatically insist that we leave no American behind when it comes to meeting the needs of those in varied and vibrant communities of our nation — be they native born, immigrant, disabled, non-English speaking
Another view: FCC backs off media study planGreat Falls Tribune
Separation of state and newsThe Citizen.com (blog)

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