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Nurses need to be listened to, not blamed

By Suzanne Gordon

Stop blaming nurses for the potential spread of Ebola.

Arab Americans are a part of the country's history

Arab Americans are a part of the country's history
By Ismael Ahmed
November 27, 2001

I am no stranger to hate mail.

As the executive director of the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS) in Dearborn, Mich., I have received more than a thousand letters, e-mails and phone calls since Sept.

U.S. not doing enough to end persecution of homosexuals

U.S. not doing enough to end persecution of homosexuals
By Sydney Levy
November 27, 2001

We've been hearing a lot from Washington recently about how the Taliban oppresses women but not a word about how they oppress homosexuals.

Israel's lesson is that torture doesn't work

Israel's lesson is that torture doesn't work
By Jessica Montell
November 26, 2001

The U.S.

Afghan women refugees face added horrors of war

Afghan women refugees face added horrors of war
By Anika Rahman
November 26, 2001

The Taliban may be in retreat, but for Afghan refugees -- especially women and girls -- the threat of violence and disease is far from over.

American Airlines needs to be humane toward families of crash victims

American Airlines needs to be humane toward families of crash victims
By Juleyka Lantigua
November 20, 2001

A Dominican is worth half what an American is worth.