October 22 Coalition-NY | PACK THE COURT ON September 6, 2005 in support of Juanita Young!
Sarah Stuteville | Four months after the official launch of their campaign for undocumented worker’s rights in Bushwick, Brooklyn, Make The Road By Walking and the “Awake Brooklyn!” campaign celebrated two victories in the past two weeks. more... 2 Comments
Mark Naison | This catastrophe also reveals, far more than September 11, how deeply divided our nation is and how far our social fabric has been strained, not only by the war in Iraq, but by policies which have widened the gap between rich and poor and left many poor people in American feeling marginalized and alienated. more... 5 Comments
Tommy NYC | The September Action Collective is a group of organizers from across
Kat | New stats out from the Census Bureau show one in five New Yorkers live below the poverty line. New York is facing a quiet crisis. more... 0 Comments
Steven Black | White people spew over brown people fighting to survive. more... 11 Comments
Hoipolloi Cassidy | Some eighty union leaders and activists staged a peaceful sit-down and arrest in front of NYU's library today to protest the University's decision to refuse to recognize its Graduate Employee's Union.
Aborto Sin Pena | Mexican Women Who Have Had Abortions Break Silence and Meet With the Zapatistas to Discuss Pro-Choice Issues in Mexico and Changes In the Mexican Constitution.
Unprecedented Encounter to be Included in the Upcoming Documentary “Aborto Sin Pena” (“Abortion Without Shame / Abortion Without Penalty”)more... 0 Comments
Lauren | Local activist, Bob Leingrin was arrested Monday night by Officer Nemo of the 13th Precinct. Nemo rode into Union Square Park on a NYPD issued bicycle and approached activists at Camp Casey. One activist, Bob Nash vocally compared Nemo to the likes of Lance Armstrong (of course, not in a flattering way). Bob Leingrin then interjected and an argument ensued between Nemo and himself. Eventually, Leingrin was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and taken away in a squad car. more... 2 Comments
Hip Hop Music | I don't even know where to begin on this one. Somebody call Tim Wise on the bat-phone. I've been saying for years that irony is now the last refuge of a coward. A singularly dishonest and deluded sort of coward who imagines his behavior a mark of courage, as he fearlessly refuses to take anything seriously. But the true... [Read More] more... 4 Comments
NYC IMC print team | August 31 - September 14, 2005 more... 8 Comments
After attending a UFPJ organizing meeting in DC, Jim Macdonald has a bad feeling about the antiwar actions on September 24-16. And it seems like a lot of people reading the DC Indymedia website share his concerns. Read the article.more... 5 Comments
John Kerry | Stay Free! is discussing the contest for Brooklyn District Attorney while No Land Grab is focusing on the race between Betsy Gottbaum and Norman Siegel for Public Advocate. more... 2 Comments
green in brooklyn | How you can help. more... 5 Comments
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Kat | Radio-makers from around the country collaborated to create a 24-hour webstream covering the protests and exploring the issues behind them. Working closely with the dispatch team fielding calls, the crew in the studio conducted interviews with protesters in the streets and in the jails. A-Noise radio also created half-hour daily roundups summarizing the highlights of each day's events. more... 1 Comments
Jonathan McIntosh | The most recent film adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is shaping up to be one of the highest grossing summer blockbusters of 2005. This is the third re-incarnation of Roald Dahl's controversial story over the past four decades. As such, it is instructive, to examine it's transformation in relation to issues of racism and colonialism. more... 13 Comments
Peter Buknatski | Poem more... 0 Comments
Hip Hop Music | In the blog for Laura Flanders' radio show, genius musicologist Ned Sublette is very worried about Hurricane Katrina and how it's being handled in New Orleans:
>Here's the scandal: the poorest one-fifth or so of the city is still there in harm's way! guess what color the poorest one-fifth of new orleans is. it's as if you had advance notice that mohammed atta's crew was coming to the world trade center and evacuated all but the poor from it...[Read More]more... 4 Comments
Obert | The bicyclists are winning in the ongoing struggle against police oppression. more... 8 CommentsPage 7 | Page 5
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