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Nurses need to be listened to, not blamed

By Suzanne Gordon

Stop blaming nurses for the potential spread of Ebola.

Saudi oil should not dictate our human-rights policy

Saudi oil should not dictate our human-rights policy
By Sydney Levy
January 22, 2002

On Jan.

Immigrants feel effects of Sept. 11 every day

Immigrants feel effects of Sept. 11 every day
By Juleyka Lantigua
January 17, 2002

The national anti-immigrant sentiment triggered by the terrorist attacks has trickled down to everyday life in New York City, including my morning commute.

Last week when I boarded a crowded subway, a middle-aged woman moved to her right to make room for me to sit down.

Freedom of religion is being restricted for Muslim Americans

Freedom of religion is being restricted for Muslim Americans
By Moustafa Bayoumi
January 16, 2002

Since Sept.

Terrorism has many faces

Terrorism has many faces
By Dr. Hesham A. Hassaballa
January 15, 2002

Imagine the following scenario: In the early hours of the morning, a Middle Eastern man aboard a Greyhound bus attacks the driver with a boxcutter and slits his throat, forcing the bus into oncoming traffic.

U.S. government did not always view Ali as the "greatest"

U.S. government did not always view Ali as the "greatest"
By Earl Ofari Hutchinson
January 10, 2002

Boxing great Muhammad Ali will be featured in a public service announcement to extol the treatment of Muslims in America.

Since the Sept.