Monthly Archives: January 2008

The Demonstration at the School of the Americas

I WAS ONE OF OVER 25,000 WHO participated recently in the demonstration at the gates of Fort Benning, in Columbus, Georgia, where the School of the Americas (SOA) is located. The annual demonstrations, this year on Saturday–Sunday, November 17–18, are … Continue reading

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Patrick Thompson Returns to Court Again

NEARLY 3 AND A HALF YEARS after felony criminal charges were filed against Patrick Thompson, the founder of Visionaries Educating Youth and Adults (VEYA), the case is again scheduled for a third jury trial in late January or early February. … Continue reading

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Against Toxicity and Secrecy: Digging Up the Legacy of the 5th and Hill Site

Off-site Migration of the “Toxic Blob” To see the vacant lot at 5th and Hill streets today, you would never know that a coal-to-natural gas plant once stood on the site. You would never know that this plant once dumped … Continue reading

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