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Author Archives: Diane Bukowski
WHAT: March for Justice WHERE: Roosevelt Park, Vernor Hwy, Detroit, MI 48216 WHEN: October 3, 2015 12:00PM Detroit didn’t just put the world on wheels. The Motor City created a living wage and made social justice a reality for workers … Continue reading
Ban fracking campaign will hold demonstration at US Ecology site in Detroit in protest of frack waste facility’s tenfold expansion plans Oct. 2, 2015 CHARLEVOIX, MICH. – The Committee to Ban Fracking in Michigan, a grassroots ballot initiative campaign gathering … Continue reading
Fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud, fictitious sheriff auctions and bidders, falsified legal documents, public corruption alleged against: Ex-felon Charles Aliahmed of Eastern Market LLC; CRIMINAL RECORD OF INSURANCE FRAUD (CONSPIRACY), a felony with a 10-yr. max sentence Ciena Capital, subsidiary of Ares … Continue reading
Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government forces have been battling ISIS-led rebels for years, defending civilian population (Links to stories on U.S./CIA-led creation of ISIS at conclusion) Associated Press BY NATALIYA VASILYEVA September 30, 2015 MOSCOW (AP) — Russian military jets carried … Continue reading
BY Alexandra Bradbury September 28, 2015 “This job that built the middle class, now it’s going to build the poor working class,” said one Michigan autoworker. #FCAVOTENO, #AUTOTALKS, #UAWCONTRACT, #NO2TIERS, #UAWFIGHTBACK In local after local, auto workers are voting … Continue reading
STUDENT DEBT’S RACIAL BIAS: SIGN #DEBTFREECOLLEGE APPEAL TO CANDIDATES
From Tamara Draut, DEMOS: While a college degree is widely understood to be an essential tool to compete in today’s tough job market and rise up the economic ladder, diminishing state and federal support of public higher education has … Continue reading
Roll Call © Bill Clark/CQ September 21, 2015 A few hours before Pope Francis arrives in the District of Columbia for the first leg of his U.S. visit, Capitol food service and other government contract workers will walk off their … Continue reading
Water main break under Detroit Water Board Building had streets, parking lot for customers flooded for weeks this month. Main breaks, sinkholes have plagued DWSD as workforce downsized by 41 percent; GLWA plans to cut even further. DAREA retirees, other groups continue … Continue reading
Black Lives & Our Communities Matter! The Video * * A No Struggle, No Development Production! By KennySnod, Activist, Photographer, Videographer, Author* Published on Sep 12, 2015 New Era Detroit’s statement on its website http://NewEraDetroit.Org/: With a $1.3 trillion buying power, … Continue reading
UPDATE: DEADLINE FOR OBJECTING EXTENDED TO OCT. 12 U.S. Ecology wants to expand east-side facility Company has decades-long record of environmental contamination Detroit becoming hazardous waste dumping site for Michigan, U.S. Predominantly Black, poor communities targeted State Rep. Rose Mary … Continue reading