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Solidarity Magazine and film features Mar.-Apr. 2015
The UAW Special Convention on Collective Bargaining will take place on Tuesday, March 24 and Wednesday, March 25 at Cobo Center in downtown Detroit.
BLOOMBERG: History Was Made in Selma—But Not For Selma
Fifty years after America was changed on the Edmund Pettus bridge, residents of the struggling city hope the anniversary will bring more: tourists, economic revival, the promise of Bloody Sunday finally fulfilled.
Most weekdays for the last 10 years, Letasha Irby, 36, has driven her car across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., to get to a job that pays $11.33 an hour. The black mother of two lives about a 20-minute drive from the iconic bridge, which is named in honor of a Reconstruction-era Alabama Ku Klux Klan leader and U.S. senator and is the spot where demonstrators were set upon by police in an event that's come to be known as Bloody Sunday...
2015 Ford Mustang Rendered, Detailed
Mustang is Ford’s oldest continuously produced nameplate (Ford might cite its F-series, but that didn’t bear the F-150 badge until a decade after the Mustang arrived).
In its lifetime, Mustang has been many different cars: a reskinned Falcon, something closer to the Torino, a hideous and malformed mutant Pinto, and a Fox, the platform it shared with a variety of Fords, Mercurys, and even a couple of Lincolns across three decades.
In its current form, though, Mustang has become something it flirted with from inception: great. We named the GT and Boss 302 to our 2012 10 Best pantheon, and called the Boss “the best Mustang ever.”
For 2015, Ford’s ungulate will undergo its most revolutionary redesign yet. We hear it’ll arrive Thursday, April 17, 2014, or 50 years to the day it originally went on sale. This should make for one helluva birthday.
Retirement has not slowed him down a bit.
Brother Charlie Alliss and three other volunteers from his church recently spent a week working with the Henryville tornado victims. The storms destroyed a fifty mile path through southern Indiana in March. Rebuilding the community is taking a monumental effort from the local residents and they’re thankful for any help they receive.
If you’re interested in assisting, go to march2recovery.org.