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Table of Contents
May 2, 2002, Vol. 9, No. 10
- Reforming Welfare Reform
- A Tribute to Angeline’s
- Farewell Rooster
- Amnesty International Breaks Out
Note: Page 8 is followed by Page 13. The Mockingbird Times was inserted in-between.
Table of Contents:
Unreformed. Irene Hull at 89: Red but not scared! Interview by Jeanne Ryan, Pages 1, 14, 15
- Pictures: Irene Hull
- Photo by Casey Kelbaugh
Mailbag, Pages 2, 4, 15
- On Noel House by Selena Shelley and Sean Hatt | Seattle and Flo Beaumon, Archdiocesan Housing Authority and John Shaw | Seattle
CORRECTION: Last issue’s cover story “Life Inside the Truman Show,” (April 18, 2002) misstated the number of Iraqi children dying as a result of U.S. Bombing. According to Unicef, 5,000 die every month – or a total of 500,000 from 1991 to 1998.
Opinion: Memo to Congress. Make welfare reform reduce poverty, not just caseloads. By Jean Colman, Page 3
News You Can Use! Close to Home, Page 4
| Cedar Hills closes, Amnesty opens up
- Closing Cedar Hills by Adam Holdorf
- Amnesty International branches out by Adam Holdorf
Take the Money and Run: Cascade renters bought out. By Adam Holdorf, Page 5
| Allen company pays tenants to vacate the neighborhood
- Picture: Dré Gordon signs the paperwork prior to getting a $5,000 check for moving out of the Lillian Apartments. Gordon used her money to open her first bank account.
- Photo by Casey Kelbaugh
RC Profile: Maryleva Varhley. By Rachael Myers, Page 5
- Picture: Maryleva Varhley
- Photo by Rachael Myers
Adventures in Poetry: Not one big good guys’ club with ©Dr. Wes Browning, Page 6
Poetry, Pages 6, 7
- 911 Response by George Transcender
- panhandler by Stan Burriss
- grown breathless by Stan Burriss
- View at Jose Rizal Park by Angie Vasquez
- December 31, 2001 by David Thornburgh
Obituary. Ringleader for Change: Nicholas Helhowski, a.k.a. Rooster, March 9, 1982 – April 14, 2002. By Michele Marchand, Page 8
| Memorial for Nicholas Helhowski.
- Picture: The memorial for Nicholas “Rooster” Helhowski drew hundreds of people to PSKS on Capitol Hill.
- Photo by George Hickey
The Strength of Pioneering People. Fragile Dwelling by Margaret Morton. Review by Michele Marchand, Page 13, 18
- Picture: Jimmy enjoys his homemade pond in New York.
- Picture: The demolition of a make-shift homeless village in New York.
- Picture: Angelo makes his home on a New York pier.
- Photos by Margaret Morton
Angeline’s: Home of the brave. By Cynthia Ozimek, Page 16
- Illustration. Graphic by Tabor Sabin
Street Watch. Compiled by Emma Quinn, Page 17
Classics Corner: Lemnian women take charge. By Perfess'r Harris (Timothy Harris), Page 18
Calendar. Compiled by Sandra Enger, Page 19
Citizens Participation Project. ACT NOW! Page 20
Support Legislation for Increased Housing
- Issue: The Housing Affordability for America Act, H.R. 3995, would help address the shortage of affordable housing by streamlining confusing or duplicative housing programs and giving states more leeway to meet their local housing needs.
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