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Katrina One Year Later

Ula Kuras | One year after Hurricane Katrina, the devastating aftermath and the troubling racial and socio-economical divide is still apparent, according to a panel organized by the Coalition Confronting Racism at Columbia University School of Social Work addressing the perpetuity of the injustices in New Orleans and the trauma still being inflicted.

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Creative Protest Marks Netanyahu's Talk at NYU

Your friendly neighborhood JATOnik | When we heard that ex-Prime Minister Benyamin "Bibi" Netanyahu was coming to NYU at Astor place to speak for the annual "Caravan for Democracy" tour, we knew we had to do something. more...  2 Comments

CBS Newswriters Greet Katie Couric Debut with Protest Outside CBS TV Studios

corporatemediawatch | The unionized CBS television writers who write the corporate-oriented news scripts for the CBS television evening news show hosts and correspondents held a protest demonstration outside the CBS Broadcast Center in Manhattan on Tuesday, September 5. more...  0 Comments

Rain Man y Principito

Carlos Ortiz de Zárate Denis | El autismo de Gregori Perelman y la abstracción de los peligros de la desertización y la inmensidad del Sahara que amenazan al piloto de Saint-Exupéry son alternativas a la visión dominante del mundo. En ambos casos se afirman otros planteamientos posibles, aunque éstos representen, respectivamente, una aceptación de los efectos del orden establecido y de una desconstrución del último. El autor de esta carta trata de identificar los rasgos del proceso que implica este proceso en la experiencia de las acciones concretas para promover el desarrollo local limpio solidario e identitario que propone a los representantes de los poderes territoriales.

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Striking Teachers Attacked by Riot Police Force in Panama

were attacked by anti riot police in the provinces of Veraguas, Herrera and los santos. 16 people were detained and 3 were seriously injured including a pregnant woman. more...  0 Comments

The Perma-revolution

Spring Into Action Collective | An article suggesting a new political alignment for antiglobe radicals/anarchists more...  0 Comments

The Silence of the Netroots

Chris Anderson | Before progressive activists become too enraptured by the triumph of the netroots, there are some serious questions that need to be answered-- or at least discussed. Is a “passion to win” all that really matters in politics? How do the social dynamics of the internet affect the makeup of the liberal blogosphere? And what is the place of big ideas in today's liberal, not to mention progressive or radical, movements? more...  12 Comments

Reportback: Gender Equality Festival

Paola VOlquez (text) and Magdalene Martinez | Saturday August 27, 2006 was the first annual NYC Festival for gender equity provided by Girls for equality (GGE).

Various organizations came together for the festival with a mission to exchange resources, educate, empower and strengthened individuals with all sorts of activities, performances and workshops. more...  1 Comments

“Walking, We Ask Questions”: The Other Campaign in Spanish Harlem

RJ Maccani | NarcoNews By RJ Maccani
The Other Journalism with the Other Campaign on the Other Side

August 31, 2006

Inspired by the Black Panther Party and Chicago’s Young Lords, the New York Young Lords Party launched a surprising first campaign in the summer of 1969. Called “The Garbage Offensive,” it was designed to force the New York City Sanitation Department to make more frequent pick-ups in East Harlem (often referred to as Spanish Harlem or simply “El Barrio”). The Garbage Offensive won the trust and respect of their neighbors and garnered the Young Lords Party local and national visibility. Although inspired by the Black Panther’s community-based programs, the New York Young Lords didn’t expect to be picking up garbage when they discussed forming an organization to improve living conditions in their primarily Puerto Rican neighborhood. Before launching their first campaign, however, the Young Lords went to their neighbors to find out what they most wanted to see changed. The Garbage Offensive was the fruit of this dialogue, the will of the people. Proudly inclusive of their Latino and Black neighbors, the New York Young Lords’ center of gravity was Nuyorican (Puerto Rican New Yorkers), and the independence of their homeland, Puerto Rico, a central concern.

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Oaxaca City SlideShow: Un Pueblo Unido Avanza Sin Partidos

~Bradley | Santa Cruz IMC reporter Bradley wrote on August 29th: "Oaxaca City is almost entirely closed today... I am the only tourist staying at my hostel today... I can't believe I was able to find an internet connection, this one is wireless, since almost every single door in the city is closed and locked. Since I got to Oaxaca City on August 26th, the Zocalo has been filled with people selling wares and showing videos of Oaxacan resistance, but today even the Zocalo is eerily quiet...

Click here to download and view the SlideShow of photos taken in Oaxaca City during the last week of August 2006 with compiled audio from the 2006 “El Enemigo Común” tour. (9:34 minutes / 15 MB) audio by Simon | photos by Bradley

Audio: Neoliberalism y el Machete
Photos: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

APPO CODEP Regeneración Magisterial | El Enemigo Común | Global IMC story
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NSA wiretaps in Oregon Eco Case?

Family & Friends of Daniel McGowan | A federal judge in Eugene wants to know whether the government used warrantless wiretaps to investigate a group of radical environmentalists charged with committing more than a dozen acts of sabotage in Oregon and the West between 1996 and 2001. more...  4 Comments

Hasan Shakur: A Maroon on Death Row

Walidah Imarisha | "Whether they murder me or not on Friday, I'm telling you, watch what Ima do, the ancestors are gonna be proud." Hasan Shakur uttered these powerful words a few days before he is scheduled to be executed in Texas, Thursday August 31st. more...  0 Comments

Mexico’s Walls Exclaim: “The revolution of the 21st Century will arise in Oaxaca”

Visual Resistance | Some of the teacher’s demands include living wages, sanitary schools, text books, and more public school facilities. Historically, these strikes have lasted short periods of time and caused minimal or no disruption to the state’s economy. The government, except for minor concessions, has been able to ignore the teacher’s strikes and their demands more...  1 Comments

2007 G8 Summit set for Germany

tristan | On June 6-8, 2007, the G8 Summit will be held in northern Germany. Radical activists have been meeting to plan protests since January and have just completed a protest camp (Campinski) in the area of the summit one year early. Many other political groups are organizing as well. Come if you can, get informed or organize solidarity events-smash capitalism.
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PRESTON WILCOX - Activist/Schoar/Educator - Fondly Remembered

Phyllis M. Bowdwin | They dressed in their best - some humble, some proud, some silver haired, some silver tongued. Politicians, clergy, artists, elders, activists, scholars, family and friends gathered on Wednesday, at Benta's Funeral Home, to honor Preston Wilcox - activist/scholar/educator - who passed away in Harlem, on August 12, 2006, at the age of 82. more...  2 Comments

Higher Ed. in NYC: The Gentrification of City College

All City NYC | City College of NY (CCNY) like Hunter College, which is the only other 4-year CUNY college where there are dorms, reserves a huge chunk of its housing for the CUNY Honors program, which which is a program that is at the forefront of creating an elite section of the university in the 4-year colleges of CUNY, through scholarships to students primarily based on standardized test scores- which are not actually a good marker of a students actual intellgence, but rather, their class and race. [Read More] more...  1 Comments

Photos: Protest to End Israeli Aggression

Ula Kuras | Two weeks after the proclaimed ‘ceasefire’ in Lebanon, a group of 200 gathered in Athens Park, Queens for a march and rally to oppose Israeli aggression against Lebanon and Palestine. The diverse crowd included residents of the area, activist organizations, and a large number of families with children. Police were present but the event was peaceful.

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Journey To South Lebanon: Part Two

W. Brandon Jourdan | Go to to see video of an interview.
Go to to video of Bint Jbeil's destruction.

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More Images from Lebanon & Palestine Solidarity Action

Mike GW | Several hundred activists, community members and families converged on Astoria, Queens for a local solidarity action on Saturday.
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Duluth Diocese blacklists Helen Prejean, the Death Row Nun, Because She Opposes Bush

ntuit | Heroine of the Anti Death Penalty Movement in the US Univinted as Speaker At Diocese of Duluth Fundraising Dinner Because of Her Stand Against George W. Bush more...  0 Comments

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