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Fast Food Blues

Thomas Riggins | Scientists report that a major cause of depression is consumption of fast foods. more...  0 Comments

The Pain in Spain

Stephen Lendman | class war more...  0 Comments

Literary Gems and Wine

Hamazkayin New York | Contemporary Armenian Writers Read Their Works more...  0 Comments

On Analogies as Advocacy Tools: Some Thoughts on Appropriation

Because We Must | "We only feel comfortable bringing up lynching and the Holocaust and epidemic gender and sexual violence because they are easy tools to appropriate. It’s easy to be against them, but not so easy to understand the specific conditions that support them, or the implicit attitudes that continue to inform them even in people with the best intentions. It’s not a fair comparison not because nonhumans don’t suffer, but because erasure of difference is not taken seriously and that does significant damage." more...  0 Comments

NYC Events for April 1

NY Activist Calendar | For Sunday, April 1, 2012
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Film Festival about Nuclear Energy invites to Rio de Janeiro

Marcia Gomes | A few days after the Earth Summit (Rio plus 20) the 2nd INTERNATIONAL URANIUM FILM FESTIVAL of Rio de Janeiro invites to the Cinema of the Museum of Modern Art (MAM). The Uranium Film Festival has selected 40 films about nuclear power, uranium mining, depleted uranium weapons and nuclear accidents for the screenings June 28 to July 14, 2012.
Also a film about NY nuclear power plant Indian Point will be screened "Indian Point - Nowhere to Run" by Tobe Carey. more...  0 Comments

Lynch Law U.S.A.: State Defends Murderer of Trayvon Martin

Internationalist Group | Outrage over the murder of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin compounds daily as the killer remains free, facing no criminal charges for gunning down the unarmed black youth from Miami Gardens, Florida. On February 26, George Zimmerman, a white self-appointed captain of a "neighborhood watch" team in a gated community in the Orlando suburb of Sanford, shot Martin, a black high-school student, who was returning to the home in the development where he and his father were staying. Police and local prosecutors never charged Zimmerman and accepted his cynical claim that he shot the unarmed youth in "self-defense." Thousands have demonstrated around the country, particularly after police tapes of 911 calls by Zimmerman were released, showing that he was stalking Martin. But the main thrust of liberals is to divert the protests into a movement for gun control laws and to get rid of "Stand Your Ground" laws such as Florida's which make it legal to shoot in self-defense. The ruling-class response deliberately tries to obscure the key fact that this was racist murder. Trayvon Martin was killed for the "crime" of "walking while black." more...  1 Comments

Philippine Labor party calls for removal of VAT on oil to reduce prices

Labor Party - Philippines | One day after the transport protest against the unabated increases in oil prices, the Partido ng Manggagawa (PM) called on the administration of President Benigno Aquino III to remove the VAT on oil products as an immediate measure to reduce prices.
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Building Bridges Radio: NYC Rally to Save Postal Jobs & Services

Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | Community/Labor United for Postal Jobs & Services joined with postal workers to rally to save postal jobs and the services provided. The plan is to shut down 4,000 post offices, eliminate 223 which is half of the mail processing centers nationwide, end Saturday mail delivery & fire 220,000 postal workers. In N.Y.C. alone, Postmaster General Donahue wants to eliminate 34 post offices. There is no fiscal crisis that warrants these cuts, which will destroy the post office system... Listen here:

"Building Bridges Radio: Your Community & Labor Report" is regularly broadcast live over WBAI, 99.5 FM in the N.Y.C Metropolitan and networked to over 45 broadcast and internet radio stations in the US and Canada.
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Stand Your Ground Laws Legalize Murder

Stephen Lendman | murder more...  0 Comments

Oligarchy and Democracy

Jeffrey Winters | Jeffrey A. Winters is professor of political science at Northwestern University and author of Oligarchy, published by Cambridge University Press in 2011.
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Challenging Obamacare

Stephen Lendman | healthcare more...  0 Comments

A Palestinian in Indefinite Detention -- 10 Years Ago in the United States

The Politics of Immigration | The government admits that some 2,000 immigration detainees remain in prison for a year or more. How many of these prisoners are trapped, like the NY-based activist Farouk Abdel-Muhti was for nearly two years, in a "Kafkaesque exchange"? more...  0 Comments

No Letup in Western-Backed Syrian Violence

Stephen Lendman | Syria more...  0 Comments

Celebrating Rebellious Women Everywhere

Katie Earle | On March 8, 2012, at the Maysles Cinema in Central Harlem, Movement for Justice in El Barrio – a grassroots organization led by immigrant women fighting against gentrification and displacement in El Barrio, NYC (E. Harlem) – celebrated women in struggle from around the world. Organized around the belief that women’s struggles transform the world, the event paid homage to all women for their profound contributions in the fight for emancipation and social justice, and against violence. more...  0 Comments

Building Bridges Radio: Harlem Rally Against Prison Industrial Complex

Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash | The Occupy Wall Street Prisoner Solidarity Subcommittee along with hundreds of allies heeded Occupy Oakland's call to action and marched in solidarity with Pelican Bay prisoner’s hunger strike protest, with brothers and sisters who are dispossessed by the criminal INJUSTICE system, with immigrant detainees and with political prisoners everywhere. more...  0 Comments

College Professor Quietly Enters Race for House Seat in NY

Diaferia for Congress Campaign Committee | Green Party Candidate to challenge presumed Democratic Nominee, Elliot Engel. more...  7 Comments

Anarcho-punk zine: PunkWay #7, 2012

Mihanick | Hello, reader/activist! The journal now probably will be published once in half a year, because each release is now required the involvement of lots of people and maximum work from each one, and doing it in shorter period of time would signify that we do not do anything else, but that’s not true. A huge number of events all over the world had happened recently, in which punks do nothing — well, just not allowed. I am glad that the amount of such events has increased, and whether or not the outcome please — is entirely dependent on our participation. more...  0 Comments

"Violence is As American As Cherry Pie"

BNimri Aziz via Peoples MEDIA Center | The poignancy of the maxim--“Violence is As American As Cherry Pie”. Some of us will remember and will understand this adage. This was H Rap Brown’s (Jamil Abdallah Al-Amin) cogent summation of American culture 45 years ago. We can say it again today... namely in Afghanistan. more...  3 Comments

Scoundrel Media Afghan Massacre Cover-Up

Stephen Lendman | anti-war more...  0 Comments

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