- Newsmaker: Celebrities Sign Statement against War with Iraq
About 100 Hollywood figures are demonstrating the power of celebrity today. A group called Artists United to Win without War has been making the rounds of TV and radio talk shows all day long. Mike Farrell, a human rights activist, writer and actor who is best known for Providence and MASH, talks about the group, its motivation and the declaration that will appear in newspapers around the country.
- Reporter-s Notebook: White Backers Profit at Indian Casinos as Tribes Remain Poor
This week-s Time magazine contains the first of a two-part series on Indian casinos, focused, in part, on California. It-s an astonishing story of institutionalized inequity and discrimination. James Steele, editor-at-large at Time magazine, reports on the astonishing inequities of Native American gambling.