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Will Governor Spitzer Embrace the Message of Dr. King?

Mark Dunlea | On Tuesday, Governor Spitzer will unveil his budget proposals. The state budget is the primary policy document for lawmakers, determining how New York invests it resources to meet our needs. If he was alive today, Dr. King would speak out against the failure to once again raise welfare benefits after 18 years of inaction. While he might be heartened by some of the efforts to improve health care, he would be concerned that the Governor still believes it will be a long road to universal health care. “Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane,” Dr. King wrote. And he would be very upset that our state spends more money to incarcerate its citizens, overwhelmingly people of color, than we do to provide a college education to our youth. more...  0 Comments

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Events

NYC IMC | MLK Day March Against Wage Slavery, IAC March Against Racism, 23rd Annual MLK Day Celebration. more...  3 Comments

The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

IndyKids | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids.net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue. more...  0 Comments

Vote PSL in 2008!

PSL | Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) today announced its 2008 candidates for President and Vice President, and the launch of new website: www.votePSL.org. The PSL is also running Michael Prysner, an Iraq war veteran who calls for an immediate end to the occupation, for Congress in Florida for the 22nd District seat. more...  2 Comments

The Trouble With Housing (IndyKids)

Judi Cheng |
The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
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Political Killing In Pakistan (IndyKids)

Erin Thompson |
The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
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Tribe Declares Its Independence (IndyKids)

Erin Thompson |
The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
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Guantanamo On Trial (IndyKids)

Erin Thompson |
The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

Just What Are the Primaries All About? (IndyKids)

Krista Giacopelli | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

New Jersey Gets Rid Of Its Death Penalty (IndyKids)

Erin Thompson | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email:  indykids@indymedia.org
Web: www.indykids.net
more...  0 Comments

Another Rerun? TV,Movie and Radio Writers Go on Strike (IndyKids)

Anne Boisselle | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

Global Warming: The Heat Is On (IndyKids)

Erin Thompson |
The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

Kids Weighing the Fate of the World (IndyKids)

Monique Merchant | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

Global Weirding Briefs (IndyKids)

IndyKids Staff |
The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

Students Speak Out To Save School (IndyKids)

Jill Guerra | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

A Student’s View Of Fifty Years (IndyKids)

Stella Apeke | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia de Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

Fun With Robots! (IndyKids)

IndyKids Staff | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia de Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

Siberian Tiger and Boy Killed in San Francisco (IndyKids)

Amanda Vender | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia de Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

Happy New Year! Bonne Annee! Feliz Ano Nuevo! (IndyKids)

Priya Sachdeva | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia de Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

An Eco-Book Classic From The World Of Dr. Seuss (IndyKids)

Yannery Gonzalez | The January/February 2008 IndyKids is Out!

The new issue includes a primer on sneaky housing loans, a full-color spread on global warming, the end of the death penalty in New Jersey, a look at New Year's Celebrations around the world, a review of Dr. Suess' classic, The Lorax, and more!

Go to www.indykids. net to download the paper and teacher’s guide, find out how to get copies and subscribe.

Visit:
 http://www.indykids .net/teachers/ index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue.

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• New York Indymedia office, 4 W. 43d St., 3nd floor, Manhattan
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia de Burgos Cultural Center, E. 106th St & Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
• E. 96th St branch library, 112 E. 96th St., Manhattan
• Aguilar branch library, 174 E. 110th St., Manhattan
• Jackson Heights public library, 35-51 81st St., Queens


IndyKids is a new free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and
learning.


IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York , NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email: indykids@indymedia. org
Web: www.indykids. net
more...  0 Comments

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