Commentary: Mexico’s Election, 2006

Posted June 30, 2006 by Bobbi Lopez

On Sunday, July 2, Mexicans will be voting for their next president. After the historic vote of 2000, unseating the ruling party of more than seventy years, the question remains whether the country will be lead by free-trade, neo-liberal elites
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No Need For Civility

Posted June 30, 2006 by Tommi Avicolli Mecca

I like my sex safe and my politics raw. That certainly applies to Supervisor Chris Daly’s proposed charter amendment to compel the mayor to sit down every month for a public Q&A session with the Board of Supervisors. The matter
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Todd Berman DA Arts June 19- July 22, 2006

Posted June 30, 2006 by Wilma Parker

Since its inception this spring, DA Arts has attracted a group of highly educated and talented local artists. Tod Berman is a case in point. A Brown University grad, he has traveled in Greece, a Classical education. He now teaches.
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Progressive Soccer Fans, Latin America, and the World Cup

Posted June 29, 2006 by Bobbi Lopez

Within the progressive community, there have been long-standing critiques of sporting events. As a key ingredient in the formation of national identity, sporting events have long perpetuated images of self, nation, patriarchy, and the system of labor. Many see soccer
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