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Saturday, 5 January 2008
Living Wage Resource Center
Topic: Resources

Welcome to ACORN's Living Wage Resource Center website. What you will find here is a brief history of the national living wage movement, background materials such as ordinance summaries and comparisons, drafting tips, research summaries, talking points, and links to other living wage-related sites. (Please also visit www.raisewages.org for the latest on minimum wage ballot initiatives across the country).

Posted by draweiner at 4:42 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 2 June 2009 8:15 AM EDT
Thursday, 22 November 2007
Clothesline Project at MCNY

Has anyone had a chance to visit the MCNY Clothesline Project on the 12th floor? We can thank Pat Gay and the Mentor Program for bringing this though provoking project to our school.

If you want to learn more about this national movement to raise awareness about domestic violence you can go to The Clothesline Project.
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Posted by draweiner at 12:02 AM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 4 June 2008 8:44 PM EDT
Monday, 24 September 2007
Research Resources on Turnitin

Has anyone noticed that at the bottom of the page on Turnitin there is a link to "Research Resources"?


Check it out. 

Posted by draweiner at 4:03 PM EDT
Updated: Monday, 24 September 2007 4:06 PM EDT
Monday, 3 September 2007
Broken Promises: 2 Years After Katrina


Broken Promises, a comprehensive report from the ACLU, documents the terrible conditions and dangerous lack of planning at the Orleans Parish Prison, and details other increases in police abuse, racial profiling, housing discrimination, along with other civil liberties violations and the ACLU's continuing response.

2 Years After Katrina: Broken Promises

Posted by draweiner at 8:52 AM EDT
Updated: Monday, 3 September 2007 8:53 AM EDT
Saturday, 25 August 2007
Mondo Wikipedia

Village Voice

Education Supplement 2006
by Rachel Aviv
January 10th, 2006 12:32 PM
Last fall, students at the University of South Florida contributed to Wikipedia, a free online encyclopedia, by writing entries for numpty, mohoger, japsoc, and gavilan. The definitions they gave were foggy (numpty, "tea from the land of nump"; gavilan, "a species of left-wing American focused solely on doom and gloom"). Their English professor, Alex Duensing, encouraged them to dream up more entries. When members of Wikipedia protested, he argued that his class had a "fundamental right to shape reality."


Posted by draweiner at 1:03 AM EDT
Rewriting History: Snared in the Web of a Wikipedia Liar

FALSE WITNESS How true are "facts" online?

Published: December 4, 2005

ACCORDING to Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, John Seigenthaler Sr. is 78 years old and the former editor of The Tennessean in Nashville. But is that information, or anything else in Mr. Seigenthaler's biography, true?

Posted by draweiner at 12:57 AM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 25 August 2007 1:05 AM EDT
Sunday, 1 April 2007
Selling Wal-Mart

The New Yorker Magazine

Annals of Spin

Selling Wal-Mart
(Click link above to read article)

Can the company co-opt liberals?

by Jeffrey Goldberg April 2, 2007

Wal-Mart has hired Democratic P.R. experts to help improve its reputation on such issues as low wages, miserly benefits, sex discrimination, and union busting.

Posted by draweiner at 11:39 AM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 1 April 2007 11:41 AM EDT
Wal-Mart Writes off New York

Wal-Mart Chief Writes Off New York
(Click link above to read article)

Published: March 28, 2007

Wal-Mart to New York: fuhgeddaboudit.

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An ad in Wal-Mart’s campaign to open a store in New York City.

Frustrated by a bruising, and so far unsuccessful battle to open its first discount store in the nation’s largest city, Wal-Mart’s chief executive said yesterday, “I don’t care if we are ever here.”

Posted by draweiner at 11:13 AM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 1 April 2007 11:26 AM EDT
Saturday, 31 March 2007
Classic Reference for Writing Papers is Online at Questia
Click on the image above to read the 1959 edition of this classic resource online.

Posted by draweiner at 4:24 PM EDT
World Health Day 2007

World Health Day on 7 April marks the founding of the World Health Organization (WHO).
It is an occasion to raise awareness of key global health issues.
This year's theme is international health security.
The aim of the Day is to urge governments, organizations and businesses to
Invest in health, build a safer future

Click on the image above to go to the UN's World Health Day website.


Posted by draweiner at 3:21 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 31 March 2007 3:29 PM EDT

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