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On 15 January, after two-and-a-half years of negotiations, British Prime Minister Theresa May presented her proposed withdrawal agreement from the European Union to a vote in the Westminster parliament. It was resoundingly defeated as was inevitable given the balance of forces in the parliament - which has already shown itself to be for a "soft” Brexit if not "Remain”. Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party…

Charges of anti-Semitism, a threat that every activist must take seriously, have been cynically used to slander Women’s March organizers.

December 22, 1942 - January 18, 2019 Born in Monroe, Bonnie was the daughter of Fuson and Ida Mae (Powell) Bussell. She married the love of her life, Bernard Brooks, on February 27, 1960, here in Monroe. A dedicated homemaker, Bonnie enjoyed playing Bunko, Crafts and Decorating Cakes. She also made and collected dolls, collected antiques and loved to garden, but her most treasured times were those spent with her family
Bonnie leaves to cherish her memory, Bernard, her husband of the past…

The principle of “just cause” is the keystone of the collective bargaining agreement. By imposing rigorous qualifications for discipline, the just-cause standard protects everyone in the union
Just-cause protection marks a sharp dividing line between union and nonunion or “at-will” workers. With few exceptions, employers may not dismiss union workers unless they engage in egregious or repeated misconduct
If an employer could fire workers for trivial…

July 18, 1949 - January 17, 2019 Donna was born on July 18, 1949 in Detroit, Michigan and died on January 17, 2019 at Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak at the age of 69; she was of Dearborn Heights. Beloved wife of 40 years to Bruce. Loving mom of Shari (Russ) Jacobs and Steve Caramagno. Proud grammy of Austin and Makenzie. Dearest sister of Violet Marsh. Also survived by other loving family and friends. Preceded in death by her parents Ernest R. Hoffman and…

May 4, 1934 - January 15, 2019 Perdue, Ruth, age 84, January 15, 2019, formerly of Allen Park, MI. Beloved wife of the late Edward Selstad and the late Carlos Perdue. Loving mother of Kathryn (Stephen) Davis and Harold (Carol) Selstad and Melinda Selstad. Also survived by 8 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren and her sister Frances (Hal) Deane.
Contributions in memory of Mildred's life may be made to Grace Church of Philly, 123 E. Wyoming Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19120

September 20, 1928 - January 17, 2019 ALL SERVICES ARE PRIVATE
Dorothy Draftz; age 90, January 17, 2019 of South Rockwood. Beloved wife of the late Quentin Draftz, Sr. Loving mother of Dawn (Peter) Vanhoek, Quentin Draftz, Jr., the late Denise Strong and the late Darlene Draftz. Dearest grandmother of 8 and great-grandmother of 12. Dearest sister of Rita Sprague and the late Dale Cousino.

Marxist attempts at integrating gender in the class-struggle framework was uneven in the Russian revolutionary movement. A class reductionism (...)

September 14, 1944 - January 16, 2019 Catherine Eileen Nestman. Age 74 of Gibralter. January 16, 2019. Loving mother of Catherine "Francie" (Ryan) Walker and Ronald (Tracy) Nestman. Proud grandmother of Joseph, Jonathan, Emily, Andrew and Addisyn. Dear sister of Judith Demick. Preceded in death by her husband John Ronald Nestman, son Raymond Allen Nestman, brother Rodney Scheaffer and parents John and Della Scheaffer. Memorial contributions may be made directly to the family (Ronald Nestman)

May 26, 1930 - January 15, 2019 There Will Be No Services At The Funeral Home
All Services Are Private
Richard LeBar; age 88, January 15, 2019 of Trenton. Beloved husband of the late Dorothy. Loving father of Pamela LeBar and Rick (Debra) LeBar. Dearest grandpa of Randy (Julie) LeBar, Jason (Katey) Reedy, Christopher (Ashley) LeBar and Jamie (David) Whitefoot. Great-grandfather of 6.

Thirty-four thousand teachers in Los Angeles are out on strike to defend public education against the privatization agenda of Austin Beutner, the former inve...

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Texas is a super-user of federal housing programs, but the shutdown has brought loans, tax credits and rental assistance to a screeching halt, hurting poor Texans the most.

Undaunted by rain, yesterday tens of thousands of teachers picketed at schools and marched through downtown Los Angeles in the exuberant first day of a massive strike
Thirty-four thousand teachers are striking to defend public education against the privatization agenda of Austin Beutner, a former investment banker and current superintendent of the L.A. Unified School District
United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) is demanding class size limits,…

Ads for prescription drugs appeared 5 million times in just one year, capping a recent surge in U.S. medical marketing, a new analysis found. The advertisements for various medicines showed up on TV, newspapers, online sites and elsewhere in 2016. Their numbers soared over 20 years as part of broad health industry efforts to promote drugs, devices, lab tests and even hospitals. The researchers estimated that…

Morehouse College will host a series of community events that will honor the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. as the nation observes his 90thbirthday. Nine activities have been scheduled t…

MARTA General Manager and CEO Jeffrey Parker is encouraging a $100 billion investment he describes as a “moonshot for transit.” Parker made the remarks at Friday morning’s annual State of MARTA Bre…

Publix Super Markets has debuted an online Aprons Cooking School class. The free classes, which will stream live on YouTube, will be led by two Publix Aprons Cooking School chefs. During each class…

Greetings, Friends! Waking up to snowy roads on Sunday morning, I was disappointed. Sure it was beautiful outside but the roads were a mess here in Hillsdale and I really wanted to make it safely t…

$750,000 project has involved months of preparation
Buffalo, N.Y.-based International Chimney Corp. leading high-profile move
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In preparation for moving the Mackenzie House to a new corner, crews are boarding up the historic home and have cleared the former Wayne State University parking lot, on which the house will be transported
Moving the historic Mackenzie House on Wayne State University's campus is going…