|April 4, 1968|
Dr. King's Legacy
On this, the 43rd anniversary of Dr. Kings assassination, thousands of union workers, including teachers, will be marching around the country remembering that King died fighting for the rights of city workers to unionize. In Detroit and march and rally is being organized to protest the legislature's recent passage of union busting legislation.
"The Detroit 5000" March Co-Organizer; Mr. Ernest Johnson, Chairman of Community Coalition feels strongly that allowing the new bill to be exercised will be "detrimental to the civil rights and liberties that Dr. King and countless others fought and died for.
Transocean execs get big bonuses"...this dark cloud makes our pension susceptible to takeover! Everybody who believes in civil rights should be alarmed about what is taking place. If they can do this in Detroit, they can and will do it in any city that has fallen on hard times." -- Detroit 5000
"As measured by these standards, we recorded the best year in safety performance in our company's history, which is a reflection on our commitment to achieving an incident free environment, all the time, everywhere." -- Company report to the SECI'm glad he qualified it
"Nuclear energy is per kilogram 250,000 times better than hydrocarbons or any chemical ... as long as the earth exists, you wouldn't run into fuel problems." --Bill Gates
Rhee's former deputy
Kaya Henderson wants to ease a testing regimen that she concedes has left students and school staff “stressed-out and crazy.” -- Bill Torque at WaPo