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TWU Presidential Candidates Debate the Legacy of the 2005 Transit Strike

Clark Merrefield | Transit Workers’ Union Local 100 President Roger Toussaint and three rivals debated last night as the union’s rank-in-file prepares to vote in an election that is widely seen as a referendum on the Dec. 2005 transit strike and its aftermath. more...  1 Comments

Final Reminder - Antiwar Soldiers Speaking 11-17-2006 7 p.m. Judson Church

Matthew Capri | Friends,
Please excuse repeat postings. I cannot over-emphasize the importance of committed activists finding out more about G.I. antiwar sentiment and activism.

Soldiers who organized against the war while serving in Iraq will be speaking at the Judson Memorial Church (55 Washington Sq. South, NYC) on November 17th 2006 at 7 p.m. about their how they organized an anti-war group while deployed and how civilians and veterans can support the GI movement here at home.

We want you to hear about the work that many people are doing to catalyze and build GI resistance to this war.

For the Military Project Organizing Committee,
Matthew Capri

PS: Please forward this meeting notice widely--this is a free public meeting and all are welcome to attend.


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Brad Will: His second murder (English/Spanish)

carlos vigueras | Brad Will tendrá que esperar a que se haga justicia. Sus asesinos serán buscados dentro del movimiento popular de Oaxaca, mientras los verdaderos culpables son exonerados. El gobierno de México presentó resultados de las investigaciones realizadas en el asesinato de nuestro compañero Brad que tratan de culpar a miembros de la Asamblea Popular de los Pueblos de Oaxaca como los que asesinaron a Brad.

English

Brad Will will have to wait for justice. His assassins will be looked for within the popular movement or Oaxaca, while the true guilty are exhonerated. The government of Mexico presented results of the investigations made into the murder of our companion Brad that try to blame members of the Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca as those who assassinated Brad. more...  2 Comments

Times Up: NYC Spends 1.3 Million Policing Critical Mass

Time's Up! | The $1,320,000 figure is a very conservative estimate of what has been spent by the NYPD, Manhattan District Attorney and NYC Corporation Counsel to suppress and litigate a bicycle ride that lasts 2 hours a month. more...  4 Comments

5 Pace SDSers Reported Arrested

IMCista | We just received a message that five members of Pace SDS were arrested this afternoon following a demonstration outside campus. They are currently being held at the 1st Precinct at 16 Ericsson Pl. at the corner of Beach and Varick Sts. just below Canal. They may be transferred to the Tombs later this evening. We should have more information later tonight. Pace University || Pace SDS more...  2 Comments

Lower Manhattan: Jail Solidarity needed, 5pm!!

dictated to Tommy spnyc | -----
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Bring the Mandate for Peace to Washington DC on Jan. 27

UFPJ Action Alert | Join United for Peace and Justice in a massive march on Washington, D.C., on Sat., January 27, to call on Congress to take immediate action to end the war. more...  1 Comments

APPO Graffiti Defies Removal

Barucha Calamity Peller | Everyday young, old, middle class, all kinds of people go out to write slogans on the walls where previous graffiti has been covered. Also pictures from the University barricade. The APPO congress has planned marches for everyday this week.

Previous Photo Essays by Barucha Calamity Peller:
November 11th | Women in Oaxaca | November 6th | November 5th more...  1 Comments

Photos from the Brad Will Memorial, March and Action (3)

onto | From the deepest of sadness to the highest of joys, the memorial day was quite an amazing event. more...  0 Comments

Photos from the Brad Will Memorial, March and Action (2)

onto | From the deepest of sadness to the highest of joys, the memorial day was quite an amazing event. more...  0 Comments

11 Indigenous Murdered in Chiapas

Narco News | Note: published by Narco News 11/13 - not confirmed yet by other sources as of 11/14.

 http://narconews.com/Issue43/article2339.html more...  1 Comments

Mexican Consulate Demo: CUNY Union in Solidarity

Ida C. Benedetto | Despite the rain, some 75 to 100 members of the CUNY Faculty and Staff Union showed their solidarity for the teachers in Oaxaca by demonstraiting at the Mexican Consualte at 4:30 on Monday. more...  1 Comments

Upcoming Events and Worldwide Direct Action in Support of Oaxaca on November 20th

el enemigo común | "On November 20, blockades will be set up to show the Mexican government we mean business. We are calling upon YOU to join in these blockades. That could mean blockading the consulates’ websites, jamming their phone lines with calls about the conflict in Oaxaca, occupying the offices of the consuls, or shutting down the roads around the consulates in whatever way you see fit." - EZLN

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Donate in Solidarity with Oaxaca
http://elenemigocomun.net/donate

Oaxaca is calling for US to get Organized
http://elenemigocomun.net/442

Global Solidarity with Oaxaca
http://vientos.info/cml/?q=node/6340 more...  2 Comments

Oaxaca Solidarity Actions in Vienna

viva la autonomia | A couple of protests in solidarity with the rebels in Oaxaca took place in Vienna already. Next actions planed for November 20 and December 1, 2006. more...  1 Comments

NYPD Using Thanksgiving Holiday To Pass Resolution to Stop Free Speech in NYC

ASSEMBLE FOR RIGHTS NYC | PACK THE NYPD HEARING ON NOVEMER 27, 2006 TO TELL THE NYPD TO HONOR THE US CONSTITUTION ON FREE ASSEMBLY. ATTEMPTING TO STOP BIKE RIDES AND GROUP ASSEMBLY WITH NEW REGULATION TO BE IN PLACE 30 DAYS AFTER PUBLIC HEARING.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT:  http://www.assembleforrightsnyc.org/ more...  1 Comments

Reportback From Brad Will's Memorial in NYC

Tristyn H. | On the weekend of November 11th and 12th activists from all over the country converged on New York City to honor the life and accomplishments of slain journalist, anarchist, and freedom fighter Brad Will. I arrived in the city on Friday morning, a day early, to meet with friends and settle in before what I presumed was going to be an emotional few days. Manhattan hustled and bustled, completely ignorant to the revolution in Oaxaca. Millions of people caught up in their lives, too concerned with where their next meal will come from or which Prada bag to buy to be knowledgeable on foreign or even domestic current events. After all, the Democrats won. So there is no more bad in the world, right? more...  0 Comments

Special Report: Resistance in the Ecuadorian Amazon

amoryresistencia | Community resistance defeats destructive mine and hydroelectric projects in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Canadian based Corriente Resources and US Lowell Mineral Exploration forced to flee. Support needed! more...  0 Comments

Oaxaca y las catedrales de hielo

carlos vigueras | La iglesia católica envio al limbo a los dirigentes populares de Oaxaca que solicitaron refugio para no ser encarcelados, torturados, desaparecidos o asesinados por los cuerpos represivos del gobernador Ulises Ruiz y el Ejército mexicano. more...  0 Comments

Hunter, DOE to Demolish 6 of the Best Interracial Schools, Community and School Kids Protest

Amy Wolf | Participants say that without the community's knowledge, a deal was quietly hatched to take a wrecking ball to the historic Julia Richman Education Complex (JREC) on Manhattan's upper east side. Four high schools, a school for autistic children, and an elementary school for children whose parents work in the area are affected by Hunter plans to erect a towering science facility, adding a potential 15,000 people to this residential neighborhood. more...  0 Comments

New Yorkers Resist the Apartheid Walls from Palestine to Mexico

Ad Hoc Coalition 4 Justice in the Middle East | On Saturday, November 11th, the Ad-Hoc Coalition for Justice in the Middle East and DRUM (Desis Rising Up & Moving) held a workshop in Manhattan highlighting the parallels between the wall on the US-Mexico border and the Apartheid Wall in Palestine. The workshop was immediately followed by a spirited march through Manhattan with protesters carrying a long black cloth “wall” as they snaked through the crowded New York City streets.
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