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Table of Contents
September 21, 2005, Vol. 12, No. 37
- 911, Part II. The fallout from Katrina may rival that of the definitive September 11. Page 2
- Consent Storm. Adults puzzle on how students can keep records away from the military. Page 3
- Go by the Board. Mayor Nickel’s nominee to Preservation Board has already served – last July. Page 4
- Freedom Fighters. Released prisoners get a chance at community through the Freedom Project. Page 6
Table of Contents:
Public Office, Public Money. Would taxpayer dollars give local challengers a fighting chance? By Israel Bayer, Pages 1, 12
Future Imperfect. SHA’s deals to renovate buildings open door to privatizing public housing. By Cydney Gillis, Pages 1, 5, 12
- Picture: Steve Shuster and Lynn Sereda live at Capitol Park Apartments, where tenants’ futures will be impacted by Seattle Housing Authority’s plan to convert to tax-credit status.
- Photo by Justin Mills
Editorial: 911 in New Orleans. Why Hurricane Katrina is even more consequential than the 9/11 attacks, and the lessons we need to heed by Paul Rogat Loeb, Page 2
Change Agent: Melissa McClintock. By Adam Hyla, Page 3
- Picture: Melissa McClintock, leading student volunteers to take a people-first approach.
- Photo by Adam Hyla
Age of Consent. Feds, local school officials lost on how to protect kids from military recruiters. By Rosette Royale, Page 3
Just Heard..., Page 3
- Dissed by U-dub by Adam Hyla [RE: Aleah Tiam, University of Washington, Tent City 3]
- Ending homelessness: it’s official by Adam Hyla
- Off the Banned Wagon by Rosette Royale [RE: Dan Coles, Patty Lavelle]
Nominating Trouble. Nickels to send defeated Pike Market boardmember back to power. By Adam Hyla, Page 4
| Quote by Barry Kramer
Short Takes, Page 4
- Low Blow by Adam Hyla [RE: Vicktor Pomazanov, George Alexander Cox, Randall H. Jackson, John Stephen Thornton, Alpheus George, Women in Black]
- SHA to ease gag by Cydney Gillis [RE: Virginia Felton]
- Pike Market Buskers Festival:
- Picture: The Market Crew soul singers Everett Douglas, Brother Willie, and James Young perform Sunday at the second annual Pike Market Buskers Festival, a celebration of the market’s street performers. The festival raised almost $600 in donations to benefit buskers affected by Hurricane Katrina.
- Photo by Andrea Lee
Quiet Time. Freedom Project offers community to newly released prisoners. By Wendy E. Smith, Pages 6, 7
- Picture: Rusty Thomas and Dow Gordon with other founding members of the Freedom Project, which offers community support to people recently released from prison.
- Photo courtesy Lucy Leu
Poetry, Pages 7, 12
- 1942 – 2005 by Marion Sue Fischer, Page 7
- HomelessSexual II by Catherine Hunt, Page 12
The World’s Greatest Sinner. Book: Zappa: A Biography by Barry Miles. Review by Artis, Page 8
Critical Math. Film: Proof. Directed by John Madden. Review by Lester Gray, Page 8
- Picture: Gwyneth Paltrow and Anthony Hopkins, daughter and dad mathematicians, in Proof.
Adventures in Irony. Ugly, from Mugabe to Mississip’ by Dr. Wes Browning, Page 9
Street Watch. Compiled by Emma Quinn, Page 9
Letters to the Editor, Page 10
- Bolaños on Wry by Dorli T. Rainey | Seattle
- The 5 Spot by Chris Smith | Seattle
Classified Ads, Page 10
Calendar. Page 11
Director's Corner. By Timothy Harris, Page 11
First things First. Get Involved. Take Action. Page 11
Act to prevent Katrina-like consequences to Seattle’s poor
- Issue: The devastation in the Gulf States has forced the United States to acknowledge that poverty is a dilemma that affects many Americans. One essential part of local preparedness is a strong network of human services.
Copy of issue was obtained from microfiche in the University of Washington Suzzallo Library.