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Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Verizon workers were joined by city leaders in New York on Monday for the sixth continuous day of their labor strike, with a march that stretched from the Verizon building on West 36th Street to 42nd Street. An estimated 40,000 workers, elected officials, and other allies marched through Manhattan in "a sea of red" as they called for Verizon...
Nika Knight, staff writer
"There are a lot of people here tonight!" observed New York native Bernie...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
"Today you are standing up for millions of Americans. And you're telling corporate America they cannot have it all," presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders told striking Verizon workers in New York City on April 13. (Photo: Bernie Sanders campaign)
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders took a break from campaigning to join...

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As the feds plan to investigate the Eric Garner travesty "to heal the breakdown in trust," let them check out #CrimingWhileWhite - whites tell of sins safely committed under the cloak of white privilege - and #AliveWhileBlack - blacks tell the flip dark side of the story. Black - "Cops pulled me over (for) going 45 in a fast lane - speed limit was 50" to white - "My buddies wanted more oil $, so I pretended there were WMDs in Iraq & oversaw the murder of 150,000 ppl" - we are two nations.