Patrick | The workers at Joe's Mt. Washington Bike Shop in Baltimore, Maryland have gone union. All ten workers at the bike shop are now card carrying members of the Industrial Workers of the World.
CrimethInc. Agent du Juor | Anarchist Camaraderie • Workshops and Discussions • Direct Action Trainings • Planning for Mobilizations through 2008 • Prisoner Support • Gift Economics • Subversive Games • Anti-Capitalist Survival Skills • Revolutionary Pleasure • Creating a Culture of Resistance
AJLPP- New York | In nationally-coordinated events in California and New York last April 28, 29 and May 4, over 350 Filipino youth gathered to show unwavering support for KABATAAN Partylist, the leading and only partylist representing the youth sector in the upcoming elections in the Philippines. Using rock and acoustic music, hip hop, poetry, and shadow theater, Filipino youth used their creativity to show how their local issues are connected with the issues of youth in the Philippines addressed by the KABATAAN Partylist.
Loyal Nine | The Real ID Act was snuck through congress in 2005 as part of a Tsunami Relief and Troop support bill. The Act which is set to go into action next year would require every American Citizen to carry around a national ID card and submit their personal information into a national law enforcement database. more... 1 Comments
Vox Populi | No single event will have a more drastic and long-lasting impact on Brooklyn than the proposed Atlantic Yards development. This uncommon proposal, however, is mostly misunderstood. Brooklyn Matters is an insightful documentary that reveals the fuller truth about the Atlantic Yards proposal and highlights how a few powerful men are circumventing community participation and planning principles to try to push their own interests forward.
phuncah-delicized | The Onkwehonwe author of ~Wasase: indigenous pathways of action and free-dom~ has kept a posting on hiz website calling to fight of late. What this may mean is explored in this sharing of a recent ish-you of a phuncadeliah zeen (with phight scenes) more... 0 Comments
shara | a taste of OneTaste – Come schmooze with us in NYC!
Richard Neville | Today, as the fossil fuel era slouches to extinction, a new kind of counter culture is finding its feet. Not everyone is happy. more... 0 Comments
In Our Hearts | Sunday, May 6th (and the first and third Sunday of each month) 7pm dinner at Rubulad, 338 Flushing, at Classon, Brooklyn, G train to Flushing or Classon stations, B61 bus to Flushing more... 0 Comments
Peter Buknatski, Montpelier, Vermont | Moby Dick Lives! more... 0 Comments
madhatter | Pedicab smackdown more... 0 Comments
zinzilli | BioJustice 2007 is a week long celebration of sustainable food and alternatives to corporate healthcare. It is being developed by a wide coalition of public interest groups, activists, farmers, scientists, and concerned citizens, working together in response to the biotechnology industry's international convention scheduled for the new Boston Convention and Exhibition Center during May 6-9, 2007. more... 0 Comments
KABATAAN-Ugnayan & KABATAAN-KmB | Filipino youth, musicians, spoken word artists, organizers and allies are coming together in New York and Los Angeles to show support for the KABATAAN Partylist, the largest youth party representing the youth sector in the upcoming Philippine elections, and to call for clean and fair elections. more... 0 Comments
stop shopping choir | Reverend Billy and The Church of Stop Shopping stage a revival service in conjunction with The Clean Clothes and Fair Food Conference taking place at Columbia University April 27-29 more... 0 Comments
Igor Kossov, The New York Megaphone | Recent research suggests that there is no connection between cell phone radiation and brain cancer. A closer look at the information, however, prompts one to not be so hasty drawing conclusions. more... 0 Comments
Paul Werner | Pervs (and they're all pervs in the artworld), are so used to pretending they're not after the money that everything else becomes money. more... 0 Comments
The Copy/South Research Group | To mark World Intellectual Property Day (26 April), the Copy/South
Suzanne B. Pekow | For a growing number of senior citizens, gambling addiction is a problem that is often financially and emotionally crippling, yet it is one that few health care providers are trained to screen and diagnose.
J. Alexander Nixon, The New York Megaphone | While he was mayor, Rudy Giuliani implemented his “quality of life campaign” which presumably was meant to make NYC a prettier, happier place to live. He tried to cut down on things like graffiti and jumping the subway turnstile. Because the cabaret laws were already on the books (but hadn’t been enforced in years), Giuliani simply beefed up enforcement. As a result, “Guiliani Time” caused a lot of bars and clubs to be fined or closed down. By 2002, of the 4,811 city venues with liquor licenses, only 276 were licensed cabarets where people were allowed to dance. more... 0 Comments
Nick | LIFEbeat, galapagos art space, and free radicals present: a concert, party & fundraiser, Tuesday May 15th, doors 10:00pm 21+, $5 - $8 pay what you can, jazz, funk, improvised music, reggae & ska with Nick and Jason from Free Radicals, Robert Boston & Dan Cooper, with special guests: Cooper, Palkowski, & Shamir more... 1 CommentsPage 53 | Page 51
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