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Real Change Newspaper
Table of Contents
July 20, 2005, Vol. 12, No. 28
Note: Issue says Vol. 12, No. 29 in error
- Greedy Gonzales. Naming Alberto Gonzales a Supreme Justice would only help him. Page 2
- Book ‘Em. Art Auction works to turn the page on prison literacy. Page 3
- Shout Out. Music community gets down to give youth a hand up. Page 4
- Movin’ On Up. Native community awaits new home for Chief Seattle Club. Page 5
- Waiting to Exhale. Author Toby Thompkins breathes life into the stories of strong black women. Page 6
Table of Contents:
ID, Please. Illegal immigrants could suffer under anti-fraud measure by Jason McBride, Pages 1, 12
Downsized to This. CAFTA would jeopardize jobs and health from Canada to Caribbean by Cydney Gillis, Pages 1, 12
- Picture: Chris Davis missed an orientation on retraining assistance for workers who lost their jobs to NAFTA. He spent months wrangling information from the Employment Security Department, which often misinformed him.
- Photo by Luke McGuff.
Resist Much. There’s little to cheer us at the prospect of Alberto Gonzales on the Supreme Court by Paul Rogat Loeb, Page 2
Change Agent: Tom Warner by Adam Hyla, Page 2
- Picture: Tom Warner, keeping the home fires burning at his North Seattle home.
- Photo by Luke McGuff
Freedom of Expression. Ballard art show raises money for prison literacy by Amy Roe, Pages 3, 9
*Amy Roe, as Contributing Writer
Just Heard by Cydney Gillis…Page 3
- U.S. Rep. Jay Inslee opposes CAFTA
- Yakima ditches black boxes [voting DRE’s]
- Ash Grove Cement nixes union
Make Some Noise. City’s sole shelter for young adults gets some needed help by Kimburly Ervin, Page 4
Short Takes, Page 4
- Spying on activists [FBI has files] by Israel Bayer
- Market goes modern [Pike Place Market] by Jessica Knapp
- Overruled, says Seattle Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske by Adam Hyla
- Freeing up housing [Seattle Housing Authority SHA] by Megan Lee
Native Movement. Chief Seattle Club prepares for new digs by Kimburly Ervin, Pages 5, 10
- Picture: Rhonda Radomski prepares for her morning commute at the Chief Seattle Club, which serves homeless and low-income Native American at a variety of rented Pioneer Square spaces. The club is buying its own digs this fall.
- Photo by Justin Mills
Killing Us Softly. Toby Thompkins on the strength that binds Black women. Interview by Cydney Gillis, Pages 6, 7
- Pictures: Respect: While seen as strong, Black women such as Aretha Franklin, Sojourner Truth and Toni Morrison may carry unseen pain.
- Photos: Aretha, courtesy of U. Chicago; Sojourner, courtesy of Library of Congress; Toni, courtesy of Houghton Mifflin
Poem: Treehouse by Dan Tompsett, Page 7
Assassination Fascination. Book Review: Assassination Vacation by Sarah Vowell. Review by Harry Cheadle, Page 8
Do the Hustle. Film: Hustle and Flow. Directed by Craig Brewer. Review by Lester Gray, Page 8
- Picture: Ohhh, do it…Terrance Howard, DJ Qualls, and Anthony Anderson in Hustle and Flow
Adventures in Irony. Whoa, Roy by Dr. Wes Browning, Page 9
Street Watch. Compiled by Emma Quinn.
Letter to the Editor:
- Loving the Haters by Thomas Lachman
Director’s Corner by Timothy Harris, Page 11
First things First. Get Involved. Take Action. Page 11
Estate Tax Repeal Will Make the Rich Richer
- Issue: In August 2005, the U.S> Congress is expected to vote to either repeal or reform the estate tax for the wealthy, drastically reducing federal revenues needed to meet critical challenges and curb record deficits.
Calendar, Page 11
Copy of issue was obtained from microfiche in the University of Washington Suzzallo Library.