Bill Weinberg | The official US hand-wringing is all for public consumption. On June 4, 1989, China's rulers proved to the world that they were willing to slaughter their own citizens in the interests of "stability." They were rewarded with massive investment. more... 1 Comments
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | TIME Magazine named Ai-jen Poo one of The 100 Most Influential People in the World. Her gift for creating worker-led groups and empathetic tactics has made the National Domestic Workers Alliance into an umbrella organization with 35 satellites around the country, and more than 10,000 members... she goes beyond organizing to transforming.
Paola Martinez | Drug trafficking, drug abuse, violence, crime all are problems and have been around for a long time, and has caused disaster in every country of the world. more... 0 Comments
Stephen Lendman | Israel more... 1 Comments
Fanmi Lavalas New York | The Haitian people were able to win their independence only after they realize they had to unite in order to counteract the well-organized forces of the white settlers who wanted to keep them in bondage of slavery and exploitation without limit.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | with Lucas Sanchez, Organizer, N.Y. Communities for Change; John Samuelsen, President, Transport Workers Union Local 100; and Barbara Bowen, Pres., Professional Staff Congress, City University of New York
## | Partnership for Civil Justice Fund,Michael Moore and the National Lawyers Guild Mass Defense Committee bring suit that results in secret police spying ops seeing the light of day. You can view the redacted files on the link provided. more... 1 Comments
Bill Weinberg | A federal judge strikes down provisions of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act in a legal challenge by Chris Hedges. But does the ruling protect journalists, while legitimizing indefinite detention of "advocates of violence"? more... 0 Comments
Bolivarian Circle Alberto Lovera | The Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle of NY and the American Indian Community House invite you to join to Noeli Pocaterra and other Indigenous leaders for a ceremony this Tuesday in the American Indian Community House dedicated to health of president Chavez more... 0 Comments
Lucine Kasbarian | What do mothers and entire societies undergo when their offspring fight in wars? Social justice activist-journalist Susan Galleymore had the experience thrust upon her when she became a reluctant “military mother,” and made it her business to go forth, find out and publish her findings. Her book, Long Time Passing: Mothers Speak about War & Terror (Pluto Press, 2009, $20 US) is the ambitious, stunning result.
Stephen Lendman | In March, the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) obtained heavily redacted Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requested documents. They showed federal agencies began "coordinated intelligence gathering and operations on" OWS last September. [...] Documents show its top officials "were preoccupied with the Occupy movement and have gone out of their way to project the appearance of an absence of federal involvement in the monitoring of and crackdown on Occupy."
Stephen Lendman | In December 1993, the UN General Assembly declared May 3 World Press Freedom Day.
Systemic Disorder | Not covering certain news can be as important as covering news. The New York Times regularly gives heavy coverage, often on the front page, of demonstrations in Moscow, yet published only a tiny article buried far inside the paper on the May Day demonstrations, some of which occurred only two blocks from its office. That is simply a different, more sophisticated method of marginalizing a mass movement than the crude, politically motivated attacks in the New York Post.
Stephen Lendman | Israel more... 0 Comments
Bolivarian Circle Alberto Lovera | In order to provide information about the process of discussion and negotiation in the context of the Conference on Sustainable Development of the United Nations Rio+20, I would like to invite the readers to analyze this document. more... 0 Comments
Inti Ossio | For the last decade, workers at a local supermarket in Kensington, Brooklyn have been illegally underpaid less than $5 an hour for 72-hour work weeks. The workers along with NYCC and Kensington community members have organized a week of action in support of the workers rights to receive back wages and put an end to the exploitation of labor in our communities. Our week of action will start on Sunday the 22nd of April with a Kick-off rally and Press conference to Saturday the 28th of April, 2012 when we will be having our 24-hour boycott and picket outside of the supermarket. more... 0 Comments
Bolivarian Circle Alberto Lovera | Food Movements Unite! provides a sector by sector road map for bringing the tremendous transformative potential of the world’s food movements together into a powerful transnational force capable of ending the injustices that cause hunger.
Stop Mass Incarceration Network | We say: "MASS INCARCERATION + SILENCE = GENOCIDE". We call for a National Day of Resistance to Mass Incarceration on Thursday April 19th. We are explaining beneath how what happened to Trayvon Martin is related to this atmosphere of Mass Incarceration... Read On, take a stand. more... 0 Comments
Seven Star Hand | While struggling to hide the true meaning of the recent Talpiot Tomb findings, the Jesus Discovery team blunders into a trap set by the Hebrew author of the Book of Revelation, exposing Christian Rome's darkest secret to the bright light. more... 0 Comments
Nick Martian | “THE KIDS ARE REVOLTING!” is the original banner which the Children of the Eco-Warriors carried with local children and their mothers during the kids' march at the Camp for Climate Action...
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