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2005 Stories by Aina Hunter

Archives: 2006 | 2005
  • Busted for Blackness at Middlebury

    published May 24, 2005

    Supporters of 21-year-old O'Neil Walker label his predicament a disgraceful case of racial profiling. Just before graduation this spring from... More >>

  • Simmons vs. Foxman

    published May 17, 2005

    A huge party planned for the 10th anniversary of the Million Man March in D.C. is still months away, yet Russell Simmons and Abe Foxman have been... More >>

  • School for Johns

    published May 3, 2005

    "When I was in the lifestyle, I didn't care anything about all you," begins Rosetta Menifee, a blonde woman in her late forties wearing glasses... More >>

  • Juvenile Injustices

    published April 26, 2005

    Assistant Corporation Counsel Jessica Latour paces back and forth in Kings County Family Court judge Mary O'Donoghue's courtroom, staring down at... More >>

  • Security on the Domestic Front

    published April 19, 2005

    It's easy for employers to get away with mistreating domestic workers—the problem is rooted in basic labor laws. Whether she's from... More >>

  • A New Co-opt on the West Side

    published March 29, 2005

    Al Sharpton, part of the contingent of African-American Democrats crossing party lines in noisy support of the New York Jets' West Side stadium... More >>

  • Stansbury Killer Gets Cop Union Post

    published March 22, 2005

    Richard Neri, the Brooklyn cop who shot and killed 19-year-old Timothy Stansbury on the roof of a Bed-Stuy apartment building last winter, has... More >>

  • Cop Who Killed Stansbury Gets Union Post

    published March 15, 2005

    Richard Neri, the Brooklyn cop who shot and killed 19-year-old Timothy Stansbury on the roof of a Bed-Stuy apartment building last winter, has... More >>

  • Cops Talk Dirty to Young Girls

    published March 8, 2005

    In Judge Mary O'Donoghue's courtroom in King's County Family Court in Brooklyn, 16-year-old "Krystal Simmons," with round cheeks, glasses, and a... More >>

  • Pharm Aid

    published February 22, 2005

    Latin American environmentalists are criticizing our food aid again after a genetically altered type of corn banned for health reasons was found... More >>

  • The Drug to End All Drugs

    published February 15, 2005

    If all goes according to plan, a select group of cocaine addicts could be lining up in Miami this April for a chance to get quickly and... More >>

  • Too Hot for the Homeland

    published February 8, 2005

    The nearly 300 volcano victims who fled the microscopic Caribbean island of More >>

  • Asthma Goes Rural, Thanks to Amnesty for Polluters

    published February 1, 2005

    Under a new plan by the Bush administration, more rural youngsters in New York and elsewhere will reap the heart and lung benefits ghetto youth... More >>

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