bailey x | Several genderqueers in the san francisco bay area are working to create a searchable gender neutral bathroom directory. At the moment, the site is very rudimentary and only accessible through a web browser, but offers the beginnings of a great resource for those who may not feel comfortable with the rigid binary of bathrooms in our society. more... 0 Comments
Nicholas Powers | Thousands of New Yorkers waited hours to see James Brown one last time. more... 1 Comments
ryan | For 10 years, JustSeeds has been a critical resource for radical artists working outside the "art world" system. In the process of becoming a decentralized artist-owned cooperative, the floor suddenly fell out from under them. The collapse of Clamor Magazine leaves JustSeeds without a distributor and in colossal debt. Help save a priceless radical art project from shutting down forever. The community of art-activists around JustSeeds have launched national projects like the Celebrate People's History poster series, Street Art Workers, Drawing Resistance, Cut & Paint, and a hell of a lot more: now they need your help to continue. Below is a letter from Josh MacPhee: more... 0 Comments
finch | The arch-conservative Anglican Dean of Sydney's St. Andrews Cathedral, Phil Jensen, has delivered a Christmas message worthy of the most mindless, inane comment that the infamous neo-con war monger and lunatic Donald “uknown knowns” Rumsfeld could have delivered. The Dean stated that “Christmas is about God giving, that God gave the gift of God and the gift of God, is God," (!) Those Australians who imagined that mindless, unqualified statements only issued from American neo-cons be advised, conservative pro-American Evangelicals are alive and very ‘unwell’ in conservative Anglican Sydney. more... 2 Comments
Dorothy Mackey | I have two deadlines:
Modern Pitung | Associated Press stories, carried in most New York media, have published information on the Sean Bell shooting investigation that was been leaked by a person only described as "a law enforcement official who spoke on condition of anonymity". Just who is the anonymous official, and what is his/her agenda? more... 0 Comments
small WORLD Podcast | A zombie walk is an organized public gathering of two or more people who dress up in zombie costumes. Usually taking place in an urban centre, the participants make their way around the city streets and through shopping malls in a somewhat orderly fashion and often limping and gnawing their way towards a local cemetery. more... 4 Comments
whirler | WHIRL FOR A BUYLESS SOLSTICE
columbiawatch | If you're interested in the hidden history of Manhattan's Columbia University, you'll probably want to read the conclusion to NACLA's 1968 pamphlet, "Who Rules Columbia?". In 2006, Columbia University Trustee Mark Kingdon, coincidentally, also sits on the board of the New York City Police Foundation, which is directly funded by special corporate interests in the Big Apple. more... 0 Comments
friend of independent culture | THis is the call from justseeds, but others need help too. Here is the link to Clamor Infoshop letter http://www.clamormagazine.org/, below is the appeal from Justseeds: more... 5 Comments
columbiawatch | If you're interested in the hidden history of Columbia University's gentrification policies in Manhattan, you'll probably find the following excerpt from NACLA's 1968 pamphlet, "Who Rules Columbia?", of interest more... 0 Comments
Modern Pitung | Not too long ago, Sergey "the Snitch" Kadinsky -- the bigot whose letter to The Daily News touched off the faux-controversy over the Morales/Shakur Community and Student Center -- came by these parts (among other sites covering the controversy) to drop some linkspam for his shitty Xanga blog. Doing some research, I've found Sergey Kadinsky has amassed quite a backlog of garbage under his online pseudonym, "Mazeartist". more... 1 Comments
columbiawatch | If you're interested in learning more about the hidden historic corporate connections of Manhattan's Columbia University, you might find the following excerpt from NACLA's 1968 pamphlet, "Who Rules Columbia?", of use. more... 1 Comments
Rine | On Sunday, December 17th, sex workers and their supporters
columbiawatch | If you're interested in hearing more about the hidden history of Manhattan's Columbia University which your local NPR affiliate is not likely to air, you might find the following excerpt from NACLA's 1968 pamphlet, "Who Rules Columbia?", of use. more... 0 Comments
columbiawatch | If you're interested in finding out more about the hidden history of Columbia University, you might find the following excerpt from NACLA's 1968 pamphlet, "Who Rules Columbia?", of use. more... 0 Comments
he Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan | Without an advocate for the poor, without a new state of mind in America, the country lies on the brink of anarchy. Anarchy is the complete absence of government. It’s a condition of political disorder, violence and lawlessness in the society. We saw signs of it in Los Angeles after the Rodney King verdict. more... 2 Comments
Electronic Intifada | The non-violent international response to apartheid was a campaign of boycott, divestment, and, finally UN imposed sanctions which enabled the regime to change without terrible bloodshed. more... 3 Comments
Time's Up! | You can meet up with us in two different locations; these rides will converge at a place TBA on the March.
columbiawatch | If you're interested in the hidden history of Manhattan's Columbia University which rarely gets mentioned on your local PBS-affiliated tv station, you might find the following excerpt from NACLA's 1968 pamphlet, "Who Rules Columbia?" of use. more... 0 CommentsPage 45 | Page 43
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