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Real Change Newspaper
Table of Contents
November 30, 2005, Vol. 12, No. 47
- Alito Bandito. Place Judge Alito on the Supreme Court and women will be robbed of their rights. Page 2
- Bah! Relief. FEMA gives Katrina victims placed in local hotels an early holiday gift: a Dec 15 cutoff for housing assistance.
- Retraining Call. A judge rules an Iraq War vet who forwent re-enlistment can get job training he seeks. Page 4
- Lox Americana. Paying homage to the Bagel Dude, who passed them liberally in the U-District. Page 5
- Crying Uncle. Advocate for women imperiled by war, Zainab Salbi recalls childhood with “Uncle” Saddam. Page 6
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Say “Cheese”. More cop cars fit with cameras. By Diana Wurn, Pages 1, 10, 12
Lucky Escape. Local Nigerian reflects on treason and resistance by Cydney Gillis, Page1, 12
- Picture: Seattle resident Dokubo Goodhead doesn’t agree with his brother’s armed resistance to the oil-backed Nigerian government. He believes investment would solve much of the Niger Delta’s problems.
- Photo by Katia Roberts
Editorial: Are You Listening, Judge Alito? Nominee’s opinion harms the freedoms of women married to abusive partners by Marcy Bloom and Grace Huang, Page 2
Change Agent: Karyn Schwartz by Rosette Royale, Page 3
- Picture: Karyn Schwartz, helping communities stay healthy.
- Photo by Luke McGuff
Katrina Cut-Off. 170 local families to lose hotel rooms Dec. 15. By Cydney Gillis, Page 3
| Quote by Rob Harper, state’s Emergency Management Division
Just Heard…By Adam Hyla, Page 3
- Ricochet [RE: Ron Sims, Norm Maleng, Lori Sotelo]
- Bowled over [RE: Jeanne Milliren, Cindy Richardson, Unite Here! Local 8]
- Breathe easy
Breaking Rank. Judge awards retraining benefits to vet who declined to re-enlist. By J. Jacob Edel, Page 4
Short Takes, Page 4
- Still Life by Austin Haskell [RE: Inye Wokoma, Vince Matulionis, Lorraine Montez]
- Picture: Putting a face on hunger: A local food bank featured in the 2006 Out of the Rain calendar.
- Photo courtesy Inye Wokoma
- Council to mull over booze ban by Adam Hyla
Dude, Where’s my Bagel? Celebrating the Bagel Due and the Cult thereof. By John Hoff, Pages 5, 9
- Illustration by Robin Lindley
Interview: King of Pain. Zainab Salbi on living in fear under “Uncle” Saddam by Robin Lindley, Pages 6, 7
- Picture: Zainab Salbi, here is Kosovo, working for the rights of women affected by war.
- Picture: A young Zainab Salbi, greeted by her then “Uncle” Saddam.
- Photos courtesy of Zainab Salbi
Apocalypse Now…And Then. In fiction, Vietnam War horrors foreshadow Iraq War bloodshed. Book: Entrys by Peter Bacho. Review by Timothy Harris, Page 8
Blue Blazes. Film: Forty Shades of Blue. Directed by Ira Sachs. Review by Lester Gray.
- Picture: Dina Korzun in Forty Shades of Blue
Adventures in Irony: Ah, The Good Old Days. By Dr. Wes Browning, Page 9
Street Watch. Compiled by Emma Quinn, Page 9
Letters to the Editor, Page 10
- Fear of a Janet Planet by Sheri A. Hilton | Everett
- Who came before by J.R. Rodgers
Classified Ads, Page 10
Calendar, Page 11
Director’s Corner by Timothy Harris, Page 11
First things First. Get Involved. Take Action, Page 11
City Council adds $2 Million to Human Services
- Issue: This week, the Seattle City Council unanimously passed the 2006 budget. Due in large part to the pressure generated by the public, they added more than $2,040,000 to the Mayor’s original budget proposal for human services.
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