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The Music for Peace Project NYC at Judson Memorial Church April 1-2

Julie Harting | In conjunction with a series of worldwide concerts during the weekend of March 31 – April 2, the Musicians’ Alliance for Peace NYC will host a FREE two-day festival of music and ideas in collaboration with peace and social justice organizations at the historic Judson Memorial Church in Washington Square Park on April 1st and 2nd. The events will include two concerts of music by local composers and performers, a roundtable discussion, as well as two featured concerts: Keith Pray's Soul Jazz Revival with special guest Ray Vega and the 12 Piece Columbian Jazz Dance Band Folklore Urbano. more...  0 Comments

More tumult on Pace University campus

Brian Kelly | Students from the Campus Antiwar Network (CAN), and the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) were joined by university students, professors, original SDS’ers, and CAN members who faced repression at CCNY. They launched one of the largest protests Pace University’s campus had seen. The university, which is not accustomed to being challenged, let alone having to deal with large protests, was not prepared for the event. more...  12 Comments

Kembrew McLeod, Copyright Criminals: This is a Sampling Sport

small WORLD Podcast | Interview with Kembrew McLeod about Copyright Criminals, a documentary about the sampling culture. more...  0 Comments

Culture is like sausages: you don't really want to know what goes into it.

Wölfflin Jack | Is it enough for culture to talk about how liberating and progressive it is, while continuing to function within a system of production, distribution and consumption that's inherently repressive and hierarchical? more...  0 Comments

Seritypes: Anti-Imperialist Arts

Drye et al | In answer to the current Washington administration's demand that we disregard the constitution and common decency and live in silent, surveilled fear of unseen, dark enemies as proof of our patriotism, we may reaffirm our belief in a shared humanity. more...  0 Comments

Dear Liberal, Take Action Against the War

an | What is the sane and responsible reaction to an insane and irresponsible system? When the lives of Iraqi’s are being ripped to pieces in the name of “democracy” and “freedom”, when citizens instead of governments become targets for the hatred of the exploited, when the interests of the privileged take absolute precedence over the interests of the rest of us, what is the sane and logical response to this blatant disregard for our individual desires of safety and security? more...  2 Comments

Where the Hell Are We Going? Is Anarchy Lost? with CGB.

Guiseppe Zangara | Tuesday, March 21st. 7:30pm Rm. 906 @ NYU's Kimmel Center for University Life, 60 Washington Square South. Photo ID required upon entering. more...  77 Comments

Join Cindy Sheehan in Defending Pace Students' Free Speech

Charles Jenks, Traprock Peace Center | See letters defending student free speech by Cindy Sheehan, Anthony Arnove, Tim Carpenter and many others at
More letters are coming in. See background and updates at the Campus Antiwar Network website - more...  0 Comments

3/17 Boycott the NYC St Patrick's Day Parade with Irish Queers

Irish Queers | The New York St. Patrick’s Day Parade is the largest Irish parade held in the United States annually. Since the 1990s, Irish & Irish American Lesbian, Gay, Bi & Trans folks have beenbarred from marching in the parade under our own banner. Why? Because the Ancient Order of Hibernians decided that the parade was a Catholic parade in order to shut out Queers. more...  4 Comments - 2006 Edition

Maria Novella Gai | The competition is sponsored by the Tuscan Government, the Florence District, the European Parliament – Italian Office and the City Hall of Prato. more...  0 Comments

Daman Wayans Actions Should Be An Insult To All Self-Respecting African Americans

H. Lewis Smith | For the past 14 months Damon Wayans has been trying to trademark the term "Nigga" for a clothing line and retail store. more...  3 Comments

Women of the World United for Change in NYC

Talia Whyte | Hundreds of passionate, dynamic women- and a few men- from around the world gathered at UN headquarters on February 27 for the start of the 50th session of the Commission on the Status of Women. The event marks 60 years of working for gender equality, peace and development.

Meanwhile, truthout provides an update on Cindy Sheehan's arrest Monday at the UN.
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Dave Slusher, Uplifter

small WORLD Podcast | Interview with Dave Slusher about the Uplifter movement of self-reliance, creativity and interconnectivity. more...  0 Comments

Academic Collapse and Bureaucratic Despotism in Argentine Culture. Letter to Kirchner

Eduardo R. Saguier | In order to reach an international audience the Document has to be written in the english language, and to avoid its contamination with apocryphal signatures a neutral institution like PetitionOnline had to be chosen. A free academic discussion is not possible within CONICET, neither in the rest of institutions that are concerned with education and culture, due to a climate of fear. The present invitation has been signed by a committee of six members.

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XUP! presents a double feature movie night in support of Daniel McGowan Thursday, March 9 @ Time's Up! space.

bike ninja | THE F WORD (8pm) & THIS REVOLUTION (930pm)
Join us for this double feature of movie madness sure to include a few scenes of protest porn.
Come learn more about Daniel McGowan's legal case and throw down some cash to help with his mounting legal bills.
(Movies and refreshments are always free. Donations are always appreciated…even more so tonight!)

Infoshop News podcast - March 5, 2006

Infoshop News | The new installment of the bi-weekly Infoshop News podcast is now available for downloading and listening. The Infoshop News Show features news from the Infoshop News newswire, music, interviews and other features.
This edition features the last part of Infoshop's 2005 interview with Jon Bekken, who is a professor at Albright College and longtime editor of the Industrial Worker. more...  0 Comments

3-Way Fantasies Meet Complicated Realities: The G-String (The Indypendent)

AMY WOLF | The partie de trois is a “gateway” sex act, opening the door to other taboo-breaking pleasures. It might be hard to admit to your partner that you’d like them to strap on a mini and do you in the rear; but once you open your sex life to outsiders, you can rewrite the rules entirely. more...  0 Comments

Jah Love the Sisters: The AString (The Indypendent)

STEVEN WISHNIA | Reggae Sisters is a three-CD box of songs by Jamaican women singers from roughly 1967-75. Most of these women – with the exception of Marcia Griffiths, Judy Mowatt and Rita Marley, who went on to become Bob Marley’s backup singers – are little known beyond hardcore fans. more...  0 Comments

Need for theory

Teoria Critica | A profound social need exists today for critical theory.
Not theory as a separate sphere—there are already too many separate spheres.
Not theory, as direction of praxis—often praxis knows how to manage very well on its own.
Not theory as a closed language of a clerical caste, but as an element of revolutionary political action for whomever would like another time. more...  10 Comments

The March 2nd Issue of The Indypendent

Indypendent Staff | The Indypendent is the award winning newspaper of New York Independent Media Center. Enjoy the PDF attached. Articles will also be posted on newswire. more...  1 Comments

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