This issue focuses on issues surrounding organized labor, including the AFL-CIO breakup, and offshoring IT service jobs.
Contributors continued: James North, Geov Parrish, Kim Phillips-Fein, Jeffrey St. Clair, Jane Slaughter, Fred Weir, G. Pascal Zachary, Slavoj Zizek, Alan Kimmel, Norman Wishner, Christopher Burrow, Abraham Epton, Kevin Friedl, Ana Hristova, Stephen Kovach, Anna Schneider, Pallav Vora, Helen Walls, Scott Witmer
Special 28th Anniversary Issue
"In These Times" is a magazine dedicated to exploring the social justice, political issues, and current events that the United States faces these days. Published in Chicago, the magazine's articles are written by staff, that explore issues facing all U.S. citizens. In this issue, articles are "News," "Appall-o-meter," "In Person", "Viewpoint: Resigning in Protest," "The First Stone," "Union Yes, War No," "Bush vs. the World," "Which Side are we on?," "Our Media, Not Theirs," "The Holy Grail," "Against All Odds," "Stranger than fiction," "Dear Mr. Vonnegut," and "Terrible Beauty."
<p>A collection of essays, poetry, and fiction from the Englewood community, compiled by a professor at Kennedy King College, and including the work of college students, high school students, and other community members. </p>ontributors continued: Gary Henry aka Zashura, Bridgett Vaughn, Barbara Floyd, Derrick English, Brian Bolden, Terry Clark, Jacquie Hood Martin, Ilyas Qawishabazz, Christopher Marchman, Arlicia Corley, Pavla Binkins, Sharon Williams, Haki Madhubuti, Desmond McFarlane, Julienne Thomas, Abe Mendez<br /> <br /> Keywords continued: Dr. Wayne D. Watson, Chrsitianity, City Colleges of Chicago, Murder, Million Man March, Poverty, Responsibility, Friendship, Burr Oak Cemetary, Lake Michigan, Native American,