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A collection of articles by The Village Voice examining if there is a new activist movement and if so, who are the activists and what do they hope to accomplish. The three-month project was done in the wake of mass demonstrations against the World Trade Organization in Seattle, against the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C., and against police brutality in New York City. "The staff found that the movement is composed of large numbers of citizens, with different agendas, but united in their rage over economic injustice."
Tags: protest; movements; radicals; economic injustice; World Trade Organization; International Monetary Fund; police brutality; resistance; mass demonstration; raptivists; environmentalists; politics; global village; labor strikes; executions; Republican National Convention; corporations; race; political street theater; surveillance; death penalty; World Bank
WBUR-FM (Boston, Mass.) discloses a large pattern of insider loans by hospitals and doctors groups to their senior executives at low interest rates. The investigation demonstrates that these well-paid professionals get extra perks even as consumers are forced to pay more and more.
Tags: Health care Corruption