Mark Engler | You might remember Martin Luther King, Jr. as someone who railed against the triple evils of “racism, materialism, and militarism.” But according to Obama’s Department of Defense, “today’s wars are not out of line with the iconic Nobel Peace Prize winner’s teachings.”
Kate Prengel | In Haiti, the international community is talking a good game -- but the grandeur of their words isn't backed up by concrete progress. more... 0 Comments
Worker Freedom | Sponsored by the NYC Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) labor union more... 0 Comments
Sadri Khiari | This is a piece from a Tunisian exile in Paris on the recent uprising of the people of Tunisia against the Dictatorship of Ben Ali. more... 0 Comments
The January 12th Haiti Committee | The two demands of our press conference are:
Northeast Anarchist Network | The assembly will be hosted at the Flying Squirrel Community Space (www.thesquirrel.org), and we are asking for a sliding scale contribution of $10-20 from attendees. The assembly is open to any and all anarchists in the Northeast, as well as other radicals and anti-authoritarians who agree with the NEAN points of unity (www.neanarchist.net/foundation#pou). more... 2 Comments
SOA Watch | Once again, the justice system's complicity with the abuses taught at the School of the Americas was exposed today at the trial of anti-militarism activists Nancy Smith and Christopher Spicer. Nancy, from New York, changed her plea to no contest and was immediately sentenced to 6 months in prison by Magistrate Judge Stephen Hyles. In the SOA Watch tradition of using the courts to put a spotlight on the SOA/WHINSEC, Nancy affirmed that she "felt a strong moral imperative" to carry out her nonviolent act of civil disobedience "on behalf of those who have suffered so terribly". Read More by SOA Watch
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | Israel’s Building Boom Threatens Palestinian State -- Richard Falk, prof. of international law emeritus, Princeton University and Special Rapporteur on Occupied Palestinian Territories for the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Stephen Lendman | Lynne sent far from home
LongIslandFNB | The 2010 Hempstead Food Share Bonanza was the largest Food Not Bombs ever and the largest vegan Thanksgiving ever! On that day over 30,000 pounds of food was shared with thousands of people, and Long Island Food Not Bombs followed this with nearly a dozen consecutive Thanksgiving events throughout the rest of the week, sharing a total of nearly 55,000 pounds of groceries in 5 days!
Bill Reed | The IWW's campaign to reclaim stolen overtime pay at Flaum Appetizing more... 0 Comments
AmadiAjamu | "Commissioner of Education David M. Steiner's grant of a waiver and a School District Certificate to Cathleen Black which allowed her to be appointed as Chancellor of the City School District of the City of New York was arbitrary and capricious, and/or an abuse of discretion." more... 3 Comments
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | The National Jobs for all Coalition held a protest demonstration in NYC to call for extension of unemployment benefits being held up in Congress by a Republican filibuster and to raise public awareness of the need for bold and decisive federal action to create jobs. The action came on the very day when the newly released monthly statistics reported that the unemployment rate increased to 9.8% highlighting the need for decisive action now. more... 1 Comments
LIFNB | Do you have Toys that you’re not showing love anymore? Well if you get them to Long Island FNB from now until December 24th we’ll get them to someone who will. more... 4 Comments
# | Nine businesses lost their leases. But there is a chance the developers will sell back the land if we can convince them, so please forward this and show up today. Demolition on two other historic Coney Island buildings has already begun so get there fast, this is your LAST CHANCE to see them! Can we preserve ANY American structures anymore? more... 1 Comments
Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash | Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report, National Edition. Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg
Maslauskas | An August 28 interview with NY gubernatorial candidate Howie Hawkins. Hawkins is a cofounder of the US green Party, a Teamster truck unloader for UPS in Syracuse, a member of the IWW and lifelong organizer and activist for progressive and radical change. In the interview Hawkins discusses his campaign, his history as an activist, the environment, Great Recession, labor, socialism and the need for an alternative in this country.
NYC Anarchist Black Cross | This week we'll be writing to Erik Oseland, who was a part of the RNC 8, a group of anarchists arrested for 'organizing' the Republican National Convention protests. more... 0 Comments
Anonymous | Message of Solidarity with the workers and students of France from the exploited masses of the United States more... 0 Comments
Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash | It’s been more than a decade since Black farmers filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture, because of decades of discrimination. Thousands of farmers have not yet had their day in court or been allowed to file a claim even though the second phase of the suit (known as Pigford v Vilsack) was settled in February 2010. The reason for this is that Congress has not provided the $1.25 billion for farmers, who through no fault of their own, suffered discrimination from the same government that now denies them relief. more... 0 CommentsPage 115 | Page 113
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