V.23 No.18 |
The Daily Word in lapel videos, paranoid Googlers and cricket chips
In the news: is holding a high-powered fundraising dinner for her re-election bid at the home of a lobbyist in Maryland, are taking steps to keep too much democracy from interfering with the next one, and APD released footage of their most recent shooting—, and are therefore avoiding the use of "trouble words" like "nuclear facility" and "organized crime,", "cricket chips"—-which are exactly what they sound lik, They call it "element 117."
V.20 No.50 | 12/15/2011
The NAACP is suing the city
Yesterday, the local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People filed a discrimination lawsuit in District Court against the city of Albuquerque. It accuses the city of treating African-American employees differently on the basis of race.
The lawsuit charges that the city does not promote African-American workers, pays them less and asks extra work of them without compensation. They are also subject to harassment and intimidation, according to the lawsuit.
V.20 No.17 |
The Daily Word 4.29.11
Morocco cafe bomb, dolphin podcast, Superman's citizenship
In the news: Terrorist attack, live footage, New regulations aimed at food marketing, Superman threatens to renounce US citizenship, second DWI, scandal, minor differences, too smart for captivity, recalls cars, delays space shuttle, favorable ruling
V.19 No.50 |
gettin you out of jams
V.18 No.32 | 8/6/2009
The Most Important Cases in America
Albuquerque lawyer defends Guantánamo prisoners—and our justice system
Nancy Hollander's been fighting the government since she was a teenager.
V.18 No.26 | 6/25/2009
Code violations at the old Westside jail prevent its use as an emergency summer sanctuary
Joy Junction is turning away between five and nine men every night, says Jeremy Reynalds, the shelter's founder and CEO. He says the economy is spitting out more folks than Joy Junction can take in. "We are seeing more people."
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