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Day: <span>January 1, 2001</span>

Assemblyman Al Vann

OTP:  You=re a 27-year veteran of the Assembly.  Why would you give up that kind of seniority for a freshman seat on the city council?  Al Vann:  Because of my long-range view of what=s best for the community, not what is in the best interest of Al Vann.  I think Annette Robinson has shown great […]readmore

A Layman=s Guide To The Supreme Court Decision In Bush

Q:  I=m not a lawyer and I don=t understand the recent Supreme Court decision in Bush v. Gore.  Can you explain it to me?  A:  Sure.  I=m a lawyer.  I read it.  It says Bush wins, even if Gore got the most votes.  Q:  But wait a second.  The US Supreme Court has to give […]readmore

2001: Deeper Roots,

Broader Organization by Ted Glick  As the year 2000 comes to a close, and as attention turns toward the official first year of the new millennium, it seems to me that there is one, overriding objective that all pro-justice activists need to prioritize: broadly-based outreach to involve more people in our grassroots-based organizations. As important […]readmore