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TONIGHT: THE FUTURE OF FOOD screening

nawonyourbones@gmail.com | THE FUTURE OF FOOD (formerly shown, sold out, at Film Forum) will be hosted by Times-up.org, this Thursday April 20th, at 8pm in downtown NYC, 49 E. Houston St. (between Mott and Mulberry)
The film will start promptly at 8pm and will be followed by a discussion, Q&A, and vegan organic refreshments kindly donated by Candle Cafe and Angelica's Kitchen!

Times-Up is an all volunteer run direct action environmental non-profit that holds many free events throughout the year. The screening itself is of course free, and as always donations are gladly accepted. more...  0 Comments

Art for a World without Borders

Canek | Visual Resistance would like to offer our own call. A call for artwork to promote and support the actions of May 1st. We welcome art by organizations, collectives, or individuals. Whether you are a professional graphic designer, a fine artist, or just someone with a lot of heart and passion that needs expressing, please, SEND US YOUR ART! Our hope is that this archive of imagery will help contribute to an aesthetic expression of ideas and actions against government repression of immigrant communities. more...  3 Comments

Critical Theory Index

alear@iol.it | Report from Teoria Critica, Italy more...  0 Comments

A guerrilla journalist inside an Ecuadorian strike!

John Dennehy | Latacunga, Ecuador - On Monday march 13th an indigenous led strike began against any free trade agreement (FTA) with the United States in Latacunga. Tuesday the strike spread to other provinces and gained momentum. Wednesday everything would explode.

I woke up early, packed my bag and hit the street.
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THE NEOCONS AND KATRINA - A Close Look Behind The Scenes.

Beowulf | A timeline of the Government's war against American Citizens.
A Close Look Behind The Scenes.
How To Make A City Disappear in Plain sight. more...  0 Comments

Would You Shoplift “Days of War, Nights of Love” ?

Butch Lee | “What ‘insurance’ could you buy that would keep you safer than living in a world where people actually cared for each other?” (page 260, Days of War, Nights of Love) more...  1 Comments

Help with a10 Indymedia video project

b rad | Wanna join in the activist media revolution? We had over 12 cameras filming the day of immigrant action on April 10th and we are looking for more. If you have anything to share let us know but we are especially looking for stories from high school kids who walked out and hit the streets and material from the Washington Square demo and march. Be the media! more...  0 Comments

Doctrinaire Ideologues: Relics of the Past

nano | It is the overwhelming masses of China that will assert their primacy against minority government and then spill across borders into surrounding regions. Existing maps of Asia and Europe will become redundant overnight. People across the globe will be spurred into action as they drag their corrupt leaders from their lairs to face the quick judgement of the people. The bunkers deep in mountains, designed to harbour criminal elites in times of devastation, have only a finite supply of resources before the inhabitants must emerge to face the final judgement of the people; justice is patient. more...  1 Comments

THE FUTURE OF FOOD screening

nawonyourbones@gmail.com | This film (formerly shown at Film Forum) will be hosted by Times-up.org, this Thursday April 20th, at 8pm in downtown NYC, 49 E. Houston St. (between Mott and Mulberry)
The film will start promptly at 8pm and will be followed by a discussion, Q&A, and vegan organic refreshments kindly donated by Candle Cafe and Angelica's Kitchen!

Times-Up is an all volunteer run direct action environmental non-profit that holds many free events throughout the year. The screening itself is of course free, and as always donations are gladly accepted.

The film itself: more info can be found at their website www.thefutureoffood.com

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DINNER & DEMOS N.Y.C. 4/18/06 CLOSE HLS

Win Animal Rights | Dinner: Tuesday, April 18, 2006 at NYU Hayden Hall
Where: NYU Hayden Hall, 33 Washington Sq. West (between W. 4th & Waverly)
Time: Dinner 6:00 PM
Demos: 7:00 PM (we will leave NYU as a group and travel to various demo locations) more...  0 Comments

AntiWar Documentary "Sir! No Sir!" Comes to New York April 19-25th

www.sirnosir.com | In addition to meeting Jane Fonda and vets featured in the film and modern day resisters on April 17th at the benefit for Iraq Vets Against the War, there will also be talks featuring the film's director. more...  0 Comments

Easter Rebellion of 1916 Reembered in New York

Patrick | A brief report of Yesterdays Easter Commemoration in New York. This is a personal report. Official NIFC report to follow shortly.
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CALL FOR ARTISTS: "Utopia"

A Shenere Velt Gallery | The A Shenere Velt Gallery of West Los Angeles has issued an Artists Call for its upcoming exhibit, Utopia. Artists are being asked to submit slides of up to three wall-hung works in any media (except ceramics and jewelry) that speak to the theme of "Utopia." The call for entries reads:

"In a world climate of pessimism and fear, dreams of earthly paradise and possibility are vital. Pieces selected for this show will reflect on the myriad imaginings of perfect worlds and the shape they might take."
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A Review of "Unembedded"

Stanley W. Rogouski | Unembedded is a book and photo exhibit by four independent photojournalists on the war in Iraq. Kael Alford, Thorne Anderson, Ghaith Abdul-Ahad and Rita Leistner.

 http://www.unembedded.net/main.php more...  0 Comments

The Gospel of Judas - "Jesus Wasn't Crucified"

Karen Fish | Jesus wasn't crucified. more...  0 Comments

Giuliani Expose opens May 12

Robert Lederman | Spread the word..............It's Giuliani Time more...  1 Comments

Check out the New Issue of The Indypendent!

NYC-IMC Print Team | This week's Indy focuses on immigration battles from Arizona to the Big Apple. We also have on-the-ground coverage from New Orleans, Israel and the French student movement, an analysis of Massachusetts's widely-touted new health care plan, a look at the new Trader Joe's arrival in New York, a story about the 40-year odyssey of music legend Roky Erickson and much, much more.
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Exotic Erotic Ball & Expo To Penetrate New York City

Christopher Buttner | For the first time ever, the Exotic Erotic Ball and Expo, the internationally acclaimed Celebration of Flesh, Fetish, and Freedom, and - according to E! Entertainment TV - “The World’s Wildest and Sexiest Party,” comes to New York City, at Pier94NY on June 16 and 17, 2006. The Ball itself, which has been titillating San Francisco audiences with stimulating festivities for 26-years, will be held on Saturday Night, June 17, 9PM to 3AM. more...  0 Comments

To create is to resist. To resist is to create.

National Council of the Resistance | Twelve leaders of the French Resistance speak up against the new forms of the old fascism. more...  0 Comments

"The Life and Politics of an Irish Revolutionary"

jj | "In a very real sense, Ruairí Ó Bradáigh can . . . be said to be the last, or one of the last Irish Republicans. Studies of the Provisional movement to date have invariably focused more on the Northerners and the role of people like Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness. But an understanding of them is not possible without appreciating where they came from and from what tradition they have broken. Ruairí Ó Bradáigh is that tradition and that is why this account of his life and politics is so important."

—from the foreword by Ed Moloney, author of A Secret History of the IRA more...  0 Comments

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