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Archive for the Month of September, 2005.
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September 3, 2005

World Zero Eviction Days: From October 3, 2005 - Fifteen percent of the world population is under threat of eviction for a series of reasons: foreign investment in countries with heavy debts, privatizations of the housing sector, deregulation of rented accommodation, ethnic cleansing, wars and occupation, as well as commercial speculation of natural disasters.

September 12, 2005

US Women Under Siege, At Home and Abroad - Efforts by the George W. Bush administration to undermine international gender equality initiatives -- most recently ahead of a key United Nations (U.N.) World Summit -- are part and parcel of a broader campaign to erode reproductive rights at home, say many U.S.-based activists.

September 15, 2005

Sweet home Alabama - Food conglomerate Tyson Foods has been sued by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law on behalf of workers at Tyson Food's Ashland, Alabama chicken processing plant for maintaining a Whites Only break room and rest room.

September 18, 2005

State Executions: One component in the grand design of Global Corporate Empire - When the state assumes the right to take or give life to anyone, regardless of their race, socio-economic status and even regardless of an individualís crimes, it is telling all of us that it holds ultimate authority to demand submission by inflicting the ultimate punishment - the taking of any of our lives.

September 23, 2005

Bush Waives Saudi Trafficking Sanctions - President Bush decided Wednesday to waive any financial sanctions on Saudi Arabia, Washington's closest Arab ally in the war on terrorism, for failing to do enough to stop the modern-day slave trade in prostitutes, child sex workers and forced laborers.

Work-Related Deaths Top 5,000 Per Day Globally, and Rising - While men account for 80 percent of all work-related deaths, the report said, some 22,000 children die at work each year.


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