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Nurses need to be listened to, not blamed

By Suzanne Gordon

Stop blaming nurses for the potential spread of Ebola.

Gays deserve same benefits afforded married couples

Gays deserve same benefits afforded married couples
By Kathi Wolfe
October 9, 2001

Anne, my life partner of 12 years, became ill with cancer in January 2001.

All children deserve a free lunch

All children deserve a free lunch
By David D. Perlmutter
October 8, 2001

Oct. 16 is World Food Day, and even as we focus on the war, we should not neglect children who are hungry around the globe.

These kids deserve a free lunch.

I teach at a public university in one of the country's poorest states, Louisiana.

Mexico feeling the effects of a tighter border

Mexico feeling the effects of a tighter border
By Franc Contreras
October 3, 2001

The fury to tighten security along the 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexico border is helping to create an economic crisis in Mexico.

Use Coming Out Day to speak up for peace

Use Coming Out Day to speak up for peace
Susan Raffo
October 3, 2001

Oct. 11 is an important day for gays and lesbians and an important day for peace activists.

Columbus Day commemorates a holocaust

Columbus Day commemorates a holocaust
By Ward Churchill
October 2, 2001

On Oct. 12, 1492, a lost ship's captain stumbled upon a Caribbean isle, thereby revealing a whole "New World" to Europe.

Christopher Columbus was half a world away from where he thought he was when he hit the beach on "Espanola." The "Great Navigator" reported to his employers in all seriousness that he'd located the biblical Garden of Eden.

One of Columbus's first misdeeds was to kidnap a hapless group of the island's native residents, carrying them off to Spain, thus beginning the transatlantic slave trade.

It was after his second voyage that things got really ugly.