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Table of Contents
July 15, 2000, Vol. 7, No. 14
- Sound Transit's Tunnel Vision
- Burnt Out in Ballard
- Pearl Cahall
Cover by Danijel Zezelj
Table of Contents:
Between a Tent and a Hard Place. The political future of cheap food, big profit and throwaway labor by Rahul K. Gupta, Pages 1, 7
| A Tent and a Hard Place: Farm workers out in the cold?
Mailbag, Page 2
- Rise to the challenge by Lynne S.
- Homeless veterans by Storm
- Keep up the good work by Gary Bertuccelli
Correction1: An incorrect date crept into our story of Reneene Robertson (profile, June 15). Reneene stayed in a shelter in 1996, shortly before getting her current apartment. She says her memory progressed from solid cheddar when she was young, to holey Swiss cheese during her crisis, to something now resembling Havarti
Correction2: The visual and verbal artwork of Wes Browning ("Genius," July 1) can be viewed at the following address: http://mybadartshow.tripod.com
Opinion: Fight the Power. Party politics a dead end for real change by Siobhan Ring, Page 3
| Fight the Power: Dead end Democrats
This Just In! Safety testing tomorrow! by Bob Redmond, Page 3
News You Can Use! Close to Home, Page 4
- Auburn Sweeps by Adam Holdorf
- Gotta now when to fold 'em by Adam Holdorf [McDonald's at Third and Pine]
- Photo by George Hickey
- David Ballenger, hate crime victim? by Molly Rhodes
- Massacre at Belltown DSHS by Adam Holdorf
Tunnel Visions. Fight for north-end tunnel shows south-end inequalities by Adam Holdorf, Page 5
| Tunnel Vision: Will the white folks get their way?
- Picture: New Roosevelt homeowners Nick DiMartino and Steve Wirbilowicz believe their neighborhood has a fighting chance against Sound Transit's rail plans.
- Photo by Dan Caplan
Sun Sets on Affordable Apartments by Susan Friedrich, Page 6
| Sun Sets on Ballard Apartments
- Quote by Rob Mattson
- Picture: The remains of the Sunset Hotel weeks after the April 5th fire.
- Photo by George Hickey
The Marginal Lifestyle: Chief Concerns by Sticky Al, Page 8
Poetry, Pages 8, 9
- Kapitalist Klan Kops by Reneene Robertson
- Prayers and Other Likes by Earle Thompson
- Gotta Work, Gotta Eat by Carol Leno
- Canice and Columba by Holly Day
- Alone by JaySong
- In Prejudice by Stan Burriss, February 7, 2000 on Metro Bus #5, Seattle
Street Watch. Compiled by Kristen Alexander, Page 10
Obituary: Tribute to Pearl Beatrice Cahall: July 9, 1912 - June 20, 2000 by Michele Marchand, Page 11
- Quote by Janna Pekkar
- Picture: Pearl Cahall reveals a kind spirit in one of her rare smiles.
- Photo by Bobbi Taylor
Book Review: This Land Is Your Land. Book: No Trespassing: Squatting, Rent Strikes, and Land Struggles Worldwide by Anders Corr. Book Review by Scott Winn, Page 12
Notes From The Kitchen: Community Supported Agriculture: a thoughtful approach to living, farming, and supper by Liz Smith, Page 12
Law and Order. Cop talk with community policing expert Ed Reed. Interview by Adam Holdorf, Page 13
Seattle Timeline: From the Files of HistoryLink, Page 14
- Poster advertising first Potlatch in 1911
- More than 50 soldiers in riot. A Seattle Times headline captures the riot.
Classics Corner by Perfess'r Harris (Timothy Harris), Page 14
Calendar. Compiled by Kristen Alexander, Page 15
Citizens Participation Project. ACT NOW! Page 16
Support renewal of violence against women act funding
Issue: Make sure Congress's 1994 Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) has its funding renewed by October so vital efforts to understand and prevent crimes against women do not wither through lack of financial backing.