Julienne Gage is a Miami-based journalist who investigates economic development in the U.S. and Caribbean. 

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Briefly Noted

Photojournalist Mev Puleo, whose work focused on the lives and struggles of the poor, died January 12, 1996, of a brain tumor. Puleo, who was 32 years old, received the 1995 U.S.

Which Road to Freedom?

by Julienne Gage 03-01-1996
Sherman Elexie sings the Reservation Blues

An Independent Palestine

Jonathan Kuttab, a Palestinian human rights lawyer in East Jerusalem, was elected to the 88-seat Palestinian Council in January in the elections mandated by the Palestinian-Israeli peace accord

Latino March on Washington

Resources for Study and Action

by Julienne Gage 01-01-1996

The Recognition of Justice

Defending One's Homeland

Straining the Gap

Two-Way Streets of Resentment

by Julienne Gage 01-01-1996

Tiesha became nervous as Ann and I took her trick or treating through Columbia Heights. "I hope they don't shoot you two!" she said.

Burma's Bottom Line

Marching Forward

Bridges of Justice to Africa

Acts of Remembrance