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Cuba – Advancing Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda

Cuba – Advancing Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda

The International Examiner September 26, 2005 0

BY CINDY DOMINGO NAPAWF In the recently released book, “Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organize for Reproductive Justice,” co-author, African American activist and scholar Loretta Ross, states that “Our (women of color) ability to

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A blessing for the new Wing Luke Museum

A blessing for the new Wing Luke Museum

The International Examiner September 26, 2005 0

On Saturday, Sept. 10, the Wing Luke Asian Museum held a Blessing Ceremony at the East Kong Yick Building to honor the lives and legacies of the early Chinese pioneers who built this building

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ALL THE NEWS THAT FITS ON ONE PAGE

ALL THE NEWS THAT FITS ON ONE PAGE

The International Examiner September 26, 2005 0

Compiled by Hong Van Diversity Health Summit convenes in Olympia OLYMPIA – Five hundred health professionals, health advocates, and community leaders will convene for a full-day Diversity Health Summit at the Doubletree Hotel Seattle

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In & Around Town

In & Around Town

The International Examiner September 26, 2005 0

Arroyo Protest Delegates from the International Solidarity Mission to the Philippines, Gabriela Network-Seattle Chapter, AnakBayan Seattle and BAYAN-USA called for the ouster of President Arroyo due to her administration’s intensified militarization and cruel disregard

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What immigrants need to know about Roberts

What immigrants need to know about Roberts

The International Examiner September 26, 2005 0

BY RENE P. CIRIA-CRUZ Pacific News Service Lobbying their senators, immigrant and civil rights activists have raised several key questions in the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee John Roberts. Several questions focused on

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Fall Arts 2005

Fall Arts 2005

The International Examiner September 26, 2005 0

Readers, welcome to our Fall Arts Preview, an expanded edition of ARTS, Etc. that will give you some idea of the arts activities to expect in the fall and into next year. With this

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The Primaries: Candidatse speak out

The Primaries: Candidatse speak out

The International Examiner September 14, 2005 0

Q. As Port Commissioner, what do you plan to do to improve/increase trade relations with Asian countries Position No 1 John Creighton The Port is lagging behind in its role as a jobs creation

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Filipinos endorse candidates for the primaries

Filipinos endorse candidates for the primaries

The International Examiner September 12, 2005 0

FAPAGOW, the non-partisan Filipino-American Political Action Group of Washington, endorsed candidates based on their qualifications and contributions to improving opportunities and service access for Filipinos, Asian Pacific Islanders and people of color. A highly

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City Council candidates debate issues in forum

City Council candidates debate issues in forum

The International Examiner September 12, 2005 0

BY EXAMINER STAFF On Aug. 30 and 31, KBCS 91.3 FM sponsored a community media candidates forum with Seattle City Council candidates in Position 2, 4 and 8 at MOHAI. The panelists included Colors

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Human Rights in Cambodia Today

Human Rights in Cambodia Today

The International Examiner September 11, 2005 0

BY SUELY NGOUY Seattle Chapter Co-Chair As one of 12 delegates on a human rights delegation through Global Youth Connect, and as a Khmer (Cambodian) American woman, I learned about various issues of human

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