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Like her son who became an Internet sensation last year, Shoneice Reynolds has opinions about many things that are happening in Chicago from the way public money should be divided to the way parents and families should invest in their communities.
At the meeting, the student members of the Self Advocacy Club did one of the hardest things that a person can do. They spoke about themselves, the difficulties that they face and how self advocacy has helped them to overcome some of their challenges.
He was set free after several attempts by his lawyers and pressure by the media. The juvenile public prosecution released the boy on KD 200 bail after listening to a statement by officers in charge of the case. He did not deny the charges or being
Greece Riot police have used tear gas and pepper spray during scuffles with union members protesting austerity measures, during a ban on demonstrations in parts of central Athens due to a visit by German President Joachim Gauck. Scuffles broke out
A judge has set bond at $50,000 each for nine Greenpeace activists who spent the night in jail after an eye-catching protest at Procter & Gamble Co. headquarters in downtown Cincinnati. Municipal Court Judge Brad Greenberg rebuked the activists who
15am (JTA) Students at the National University of Ireland, Galway, will vote in a referendum on whether to endorse an academic, economic and cultural boycott of Israel. If passed in Thursday's vote, the school's Student's Union would take part in the
In our Jan. 1 issue, the Bay Guardian spun the tale of Candidate X , a fictional progressive mayoral candidate aiming to save San Francisco's wonderfully weird soul using people power...To inspire a candidate to run in the City's election in 2015
On Tuesday night, Medea Benjamin, the co-founder of the activist grassroots group Code Pink , spent a harrowing night in an Egyptian jail cell. She live-tweeted her experience. It was a little after 8 p.m. on the United States' East Coast when she
The anonymous woman told ABC that her boyfriend updated her on how many people had seen it, or downloaded it. While the former boyfriend is reportedly planning to appeal the suit, this civil case has been more successful than others that often fall
The Associated Press and The Hill both reported on Noah Kai Newkirk shouting down the Supreme Court justices in their chamber, but ignored his far-left political affiliation. On Thursday, the wire service merely identified Newkirk's organization as "