How 'Terrorists' Become 'Freedom Fighters'?: Tom Tancredo and the Iranian Mujahedin
by Evan Herzoff
In This Issue:
Women in the Struggle: Report-back from the First Encuentro of Indigenous Zapatista Women with Women from Around the World by: Victoria Law
Death on the Streets: Homelessness in the Grand Valley
An Iraq War New Years Resolution
Toxic Mold: A Public Health Battle Ground
Re-Declaration of Independence by the Lakota Nation: A Red Pill Interview with Duane Martin Sr. (Canupa Gluha Mani)
My Mother Wears Combat Boots: A Parenting Guide For the Rest of Us --Book Review--
Anti-War Activists Hang Banners Over I-25
On July 19th , the morning after the Senate failed to pass a proposal ordering troop withdrawals from Iraq, three Fort Collins activists held two banners from an overpass over I-25. The banners read "Stop The War" and "Demand Justice." The banners were deployed during morning rush hour over the median at an overpass south of Harmony, in view of southbound motorists.
The response from drivers was overwhelmingly positive, with numerous honks, waves, and peace signs.