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Articles from Colorlines Magazine (March 22, 2004)

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Another world is possible: the evolution of the World Social Forum and its contribution to global justice struggles. Hoyos, Lisa 1312
Breaking the bonds: an international campaign takes aim at World Bank bonds. Abowd, Mary 1873
Dismantling U.S.-style apartheid: what can the immigrant rights agenda learn from the Free South Africa Movement? Tennant, Evalyn 2378
Face-to-face on the global stage: U.S. activists of color reflect on the impact of the World Social Forum in their work. Sen, Basav Cover Story 1779
From back office to center stage: India hosts the World Social Forum at a crucial stage in its postcolonial history. Ravindran, Indira 1892
Homeland security dollars don't make cents: billions spent to secure the homeland won't buy real security. Borgelt-Mose, Koda 1796
Institute on Race Relations. Cavosora, Richard Brief Article 118
Man with a plan: an interview with one of Asia's leading critics of globalization. Calpotura, Francis Interview 2509
Nina Simone diva with a cause: Tammy Johnson pays tribute to the "freedom singer" from Tryon, North Carolina. Johnson, Tammy 1744
Riding with the wind: immigrant rights activists travel the Deep South to learn from the civil rights movements. Calpotura, Francis 1667
The global allure of telenovelas: millions are hooked on Latin America's most popular export. Pena, Leticia 1651
The Starbucks paradox: the favorite target of WTO protesters is actually far more diverse than the American anti-globalization movement. Kim Fellner looks into the contradictions of coffee, class, and race. Fellner, Kim 2598
Thinking from the margins. Calpotura, Francis 637
Transnational philanthropists: Alex Rivera's documentary The Sixth Section shows migrants makinga difference. Bada, Xochitl Movie Review 1167
U.S. Census Fact Finder. Cavosora, Richard 169
We shall overcome: they crossed the country bearing their stories of hardship and survival. A view from the Los Angeles route of the Freedom Ride. Holderness, Peter Brief Article 161
Workers of the world: the AFL-CIO struggles to define a global agenda for labor. Reddy, Raahi 1828

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