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Eddie London and Ku'ulei Funn, editor

Courts right! Abortion ban unconstitutional
Banning any type of abortion to ‘protect the fetus’ necessarily denies women’s rights

The federal appeals courts in San Francisco and New York were right to declare the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act unconstitutional. Such a ban constitutes a grave threat to women’s health and a violation of their rights and should be struck down. [More]


Despite unanimity of appeals courts findings that the “Partial Birth” Abortion Law is unconstitutional, the Bush administration asked the Supreme Court to hear the case.

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Media focus on mindless celebrities undermines women’s self-image

For a woman, it is troubling enough to grow up in a society that puts more emphasis on beauty than brains, but what’s more troubling is that young girls are now talking more about their new Louis Vuitton purse and the breast implants they got as a graduation gift rather than what college they are going to attend. [More]

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Generation Debt: Generation is us and it’s ours

Things are tough everywhere, but Anya Kamenetz, author of Generation Debt, thinks they may be toughest for young people. So much so that Generation Debt carries a subtitle: Why now is a terrible time to be young. [More]

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Dealing with Islam: Enough is enough

September 11, 2003, Kyrgyzstan – It was a normal morning, and I was going to school. I was wearing all black, and on my way to the university I stopped at the flower shop to buy just one red rose. [More]


The central mosque of Bishek, in Kyrgyzstan, a central Asian country with a 75 percent Muslim population that annually mourns the 9-11 terrorist attacks on New York.

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Computer labs: Portals to other worlds

I stare at the computer screen, watching the icon blink rhythmically, letting my vision go in and out of focus. Come on inspiration, strike me. [More]


Dr. Jade Huang helps Josh Nathan (MACOM) create the world of his personal Web site.

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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