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Diana Welch

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The Real Cost of a Lap Dance?

Lawsuit cites violation of wage laws at strip clubs

News Feature, Oct. 29, 2010

Mistrial, Retrial for McKay

Jurors drop bomb on prosecutors' case against man accused of bomb-making

News Feature, Feb. 6, 2009

The Informant

Revolutionary to rat: The uneasy journey of Brandon Darby

News Feature, Jan. 23, 2009

RNC Aftermath

Austin protester pleads guilty in Minnesota

News Feature, Jan. 16, 2009

Activists Raise Concerns About FBI Informant

News Feature, Jan. 9, 2009

New Plan Aims to Heal Insurance Ills of Small Biz

Nonprofit launches project to help small businesses provide health coverage

News Feature, Oct. 17, 2008

KB Home Workers Await Payday

Months after completing work on houses for KB Home, seven construction workers still haven't seen their paychecks

News Feature, Sep. 12, 2008

Queen Lo-La Facing RV Park Exile

Trailer court moves to eject Nubian Queen Lo-La

News Feature, Jul. 20, 2007

Refugees Remain in Taylor Prison

ACLU files suit to spring children from 'residential facility'

News Feature, Apr. 13, 2007

Hard Road Home

Daily reviews and interviews

Screens Feature, Mar. 16, 2007

Billy the Kid

Screens Feature, Mar. 16, 2007

The Few

A former Marine's unfiltered photography leads an American documentary crew into Darfur

Screens Feature, Mar. 9, 2007

Immigrant Detention Blues

Unknown number of immigrants languish in private detention center in Taylor; a small but growing group is working to make their situation public knowledge

News Feature, Feb. 2, 2007

Shedding Light on Prisoners' Rights

HIV/AIDS awareness group trying to make case for prisoners' right to condom access

News Feature, Jan. 26, 2007

Cross-Border Tidbits

Coahuila, Mexico, passes measure to legalize same-sex unions; and Babies "R" Us starts new year feeling wrath of both the Minutemen and immigration rights movement

News Feature, Jan. 19, 2007

A Small Light Bulb: Artists, activists, spiritual people convene

Monthly salon where progressives can meet and talk begins this Sunday

News Feature, Nov. 24, 2006

Anti-War Dad Comes to Austin

Bob Watada, father of Lt. Ehren Watada – who refused to go to Iraq and who has publicly denounced the war repeatedly – comes to Austin as part of national speaking tour

News Feature, Oct. 27, 2006

Immigration Legislation Update

Immigrant rights taking a hit in D.C.

News Feature, Oct. 6, 2006

Let Open Gays in Military

Small, local effort to call attention to discrimination against gays in military recruiting under way with sit-in

News Feature, Sep. 22, 2006

Immigration Injustice

Local family has been on its own ever since mother was arrested and charged with transporting undocumented residents

News Feature, Sep. 22, 2006

Immigration Update

Congress not making immigration legislation progress; and local immigrant rights organizers gather to call attention to those separated from their families via detention or deportation

News Feature, Sep. 15, 2006

Soldier of Morality

Spc. Mark Wilkerson learns that it's a lot easier to get in the Army than it is to get out

News Feature, Sep. 8, 2006

Laredo Overrun by Documented Politicos

Second of two House Subcommittee on International Terrorism and Nonproliferation hearings held in South Texas; and Department of Homeland Security progresses with plans to militarize – and privatize – border

News Feature, Jul. 14, 2006

Airline Discrimination?

Burundian author and runner Gilbert Tuhabonye has check-in trouble at Denver airport

News Feature, Jun. 30, 2006

Border Militarization Update

Perry authorizes use of Texas National Guard at border; and El Paso County Sheriff's Office says will temporarily cease holding immigration stops and raids

News Feature, Jun. 30, 2006

Anarchist Soccer Rules

Local anarcho-athletes to travel overseas for Anti-Racist World Cup

News Feature, Jun. 9, 2006

Immigration Insanity in D.C.

While Senate debates useless details of proposed immigration legislation, potentially insidious portions of Hagel-Martinez compromise lurk, waiting to slip through

News Feature, May. 26, 2006

Immigrants Flex Muscle

Day Without an Immigrant work stoppage and boycott draws more than a million people into the streets nationally; thousands turn out locally

News Feature, May. 5, 2006

Protest Retaliation?

For many in Austin's immigrant community, the hope that swelled from the massive April 10 immigrant rights protests has turned to fear

News Feature, Apr. 28, 2006

War Watch

Cindy Sheehan and others who have lost loved ones in Iraq come to Austin

News Feature, Apr. 21, 2006

Immigration Storm Reaches Hurricane Strength

10,000 protesters crowd Austin's streets in support of immigrant rights

News Feature, Apr. 14, 2006

Immigrant Supporters Make Themselves Heard

Millions of people across the country take to streets in response to anti-immigrant legislation

News Feature, Apr. 7, 2006

CPT Activist Killed in Iraq

Fox tried to mend country ripped apart by horrific violence

News Feature, Mar. 17, 2006

Cruel and Unusual

Interviews and reviews

Screens Feature, Mar. 17, 2006

Suffering and Smiling

Screens Feature, Mar. 17, 2006

The Searcher

Wim Wenders on his sense of the right direction

Screens Feature, Mar. 10, 2006

Who We Are

The 'Chronicle' interviews Howard Zinn on war, peace, and human nature

News Feature, Feb. 10, 2006

Politics Trumps Science on Birth Control

Office of Women's Health official resigns in protest, comes to Austin to speak out

News Feature, Jan. 20, 2006

The Latest in Paper

In his clear, descriptive style, Christian Parenti delivers not only the now-familiar voice of the "embedded" journalist, but also that of one who is intelligent and curious enough to seek out the resistance.

Books Feature, Jan. 20, 2006

Christian Peacemakers

Texan activists worry about their abducted colleagues in Iraq

News Feature, Dec. 16, 2005

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