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Nurses need to be listened to, not blamed

By Suzanne Gordon

Stop blaming nurses for the potential spread of Ebola.

Grandparents who raise their grandchildren need our help

Grandparents who raise their grandchildren need our help
By Donna Butts
May 13, 2002

May is Older Americans Month, and this week is Intergenerational Week.

Burma's new dawn

Burma's new dawn
By Zarni
May 9, 2002

The release of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi from a 19-month house arrest is welcome news for the Burmese people.

International community focuses on world's children

International community focuses on world's children
By Yolanda Chvez Leyva
May 8, 2002

While the Bush administration has yet to live up to its promise of leaving no child behind, the United Nations is taking active steps to make this a reality.

This week in New York City, the U.N.

My Mother's Day wish is for an end to unfair adoption laws

My Mother's Day wish is for an end to unfair adoption laws
By Akilah Monifa
May 6, 2002

This year, my partner and I will celebrate our second Mother's Day together, and we are grateful to our daughter, to each other and to our families.

Revisiting the roots of civil unrest 10 years later

Revisiting the roots of civil unrest 10 years later
By Randy Jurado Ertll
May 1, 2002

The videotaped beating of Rodney King by Los Angeles police officers, and the city's ensuing civil unrest 10 years ago, shocked much of the world, but it revealed what many residents of South Central, Los Angeles, already knew too well: The area was rife with police brutality, poverty and interracial tension.