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Where can we clear dust from our lungs?

Frankly Tired | Where can we meet when tailpipes and car horns send us into a frenzy? What can we do to feel life again in one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world? more...  1 Comments

THE INDYPENDENT

NYC IMC Print | Here We Go Again: A Resurgent Antiwar Movement Hits the Street more...  2 Comments

Requiem for Critical Mass, 9.30.05

Lobster | I don't know how to solve the problem of police harassment, other than proposing that we overwhelm attempts to shut down CM with sheer numbers. And that will require a lot of organizing between now and October 28th. So organize, and take back our critical mass! more...  13 Comments

The Original Emancipation Proclamation In President Lincoln's Own Hand

Tabia | In connection with their Unprecedented, Multi-Media Exhibition of Slavery's Central Role in the History of New York, the New York Historical will for ten days hold viewings of the original Emancipation Proclamation in President Lincoln's own hand - From October 7th - October 16th
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WOID #XIII-44. Elvis Boyhood Home Threatened by Capitalists!

Hoipolloi Cassidy | Will a building style and a lifestyle rooted in Native American and African traditions be destroyed in the rebuilding of New Orleans? more...  0 Comments

This Saturday: WBAI Octoberfest-Forum, Music, Comedy, and more....

WBAI LSB Outreach Committee | Sat., Oct. 1, 1:30 pm-midnight: WBAI Octoberfest
Featuring live music, poetry, authors, artists, comedians, a forum on media monopolies, and a raffle to benefit WBAI.
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WBAI's first annual Octoberfest Location: 140 Second Avenue (back room of East Village Ukrainian Restaurant)
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SPONTANEOUS CRITICAL MASS, CRITICAL CLUSTERS

CMer | Inject spontaneous expression into NY Critical Mass. Avoid the rigidity and predictable modes that have crept into NY CM more...  5 Comments

Lón Gaolach

NIFC | A bi-lingual lón / brunch will be held for Nollaig Ó Gadhra of Conradh na Gaeilge (The Gaelic League) in Ireland, at 11:00 am, on Sunday, October 9th, 2005 at McGee's, 240 West 55th Street in New York City (Manhattan). The above-named ad-hoc committee, originally formed in 2004, continues in formation. Your participation is invited. more...  1 Comments

Shifting gears for Crit Mass

alias | Alternative meet-up spots will make the ride more difficult to crack down on. Organize yourselves!! more...  2 Comments

Shifting Gears for Critical Mass`

alias | YES! We must respond like water to their heavy-handed tactics, and with Relish, please! more...  0 Comments

Multiple Meet-Ups for Crit Mass

akawildman | Make CM more of a pain in the ass for the bad boys in blue! Mixing it up in Manhattan more...  3 Comments

1st Ever Reviled Records and Vox Pop Showcase!

Ever Reviled Records | 1st Ever Reviled Records and Vox Pop Showcase! If all goes well, we'll do more. Support counter-culture. more...  0 Comments

small WORLD interview with Jessica, Hurricane Katrina

small WORLD Podcast | Interview with Jessica about her experiences fleeing Hurricane Katrina. more...  0 Comments

If you're riding Crit Mass on Friday...

akawildman | Crtitical Mass in NYC has gone through more than a year of harrassment, and has responded in various ways. The police respond in kind, shifting tactics, letting up and then cracking down. This post is part of an ongoing dialogue about how to respond effectively to harrassment, and also how to handle our own logistics better, how to stick together, how to help the ride be more effective. more...  1 Comments

Documenting White Skin Privilege

Bartelby | After working closely with both historical passenger manifests for Ellis Island immigrants and evacuee lists for hurrican Katrina I can tell you with absolute certainty that white skin privilege in the early 20th century extended as far as the docks in Europe where immigrants were boarding. more...  4 Comments

More anarchist photos from DC on 24th

anon | More pics of anti-authoritarian bloc in DC more...  10 Comments

GOVERNO DEVASTA A FLORESTA: VAMOS EMPATAR!

MPA - Movimento dos Pequenos Agricultores | No Antimary, local onde fica localizada a Floresta Estadual do Antimary (que deveria ser pública), vivem centenas de seres humanos. Uma brava gente, acreana, brasileira, explorada. São pessoas que conhecem a “outra Floresta”, sem maquiagens ou propagandas, cujos sinais de destruição mais evidentes a população do Acre percebe, e sofre, seja com a espessa nuvem de fumaça que encobre o território, ou com o secamento de rios e igarapés, precarização dos serviços públicos e agravamento da exploração dos trabalhadores, da violência e da pobreza.
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subMedia releases 'George Bush Don't Like Black People' Video

subMedia | Independent Media Group subMedia ( http://submediatv.com) has released a music video to accompany the track 'George Bush Don't Like Black People' by the legendary K.O. more...  1 Comments

Apocalypse And Survival In America (Indy)

Donald Paneth | Apocalyptic events are occurring with rapidity and cumulative effect. President George W. Bush’s incompetence and pretensions are becoming clearer with each event.
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The @-String: New Orleans Music (Indy)

Steve Wishnia | The brass-band tradition continues to this day, with groups like the Dirty Dozen, the Forgotten Souls and the Tremé
Brass Band. Listen to the Dirty Dozen’s version of “Just a Closer Walk With Thee,” booming bass drums and growling horns breaking into a chaotic, swaying march, and then you realize: This is music for a funeral – the sorrow-into-joy
second-line processions by which New Orleans bids farewell to its most beloved. Ironically, the Dozen cut their Funeral for a Friend album in December 2003, a month before the sunset of street musician Anthony “Tuba Fats” Lacen, to
whom the album is dedicated.
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