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NYC ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR, THIS WEEKEND!!

Patrick | NYC ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR, THIS WEEKEND!! more...  0 Comments

Teenagers organize South Bronx street vigil to end US torture at Guantanamo Bay

Christina Zawerucha | On the 40th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination on Friday, April 4th, immigrant teens from Bronx International High School took to the streets with artwork, video projections, and nonviolent resistance to raise awareness
in the greater Bronx Community about illegal detentions and Human Rights violations at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. more...  0 Comments

I'm voting for Hillary

cc | Black men could vote (1870) 50 years before women could (1920), so there is no denying that racism has been in public policy longer than sexism/male supremacy. In that, maybe it's evident that racism has also been in the public eye longer. For nowadays, racism is recognized more easily the moment it happens, and more people check themselves to see if they’re being racist.
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African Americans Are Spellbound

H. Lewis Smith | African Americans from all walks of life—ranging from doctorate degree owners, academia professionals, ministers, politicians, or corporate executives, to ill-educated people—share a commonality when it comes to the n-word: They are mesmerized by its hypnotic influence. more...  2 Comments

Sign of Our Times: How many movies have even 1 conversation between 2 women?

cc | I’m voting for Hillary.
Black men could vote (1870) 50 years before women could (1920), so there is no denying that racism has been in public policy longer than sexism/male supremacy. In that, maybe it's evident that racism has also been in the public eye longer. For nowadays, racism is recognized more easily the moment it happens, and more people check themselves to see if they’re being racist. more...  1 Comments

All You Need is Hate

Mickey Z. | I feel no solidarity with the professional liars who make up the corporate media. I feel no compassion for the career criminals that stock the corporate ranks. I hold no love for the pinstriped mountebanks we call "politicians." more...  0 Comments

Lizz Winstead's SHOOT THE MESSENGER welcomes prominent guests Ed Schultz & more

Jim Colucci | "Daily Show" co-creator LIZZ WINSTEAD’s newest brainchild, Shoot The Messenger, is a satirical wrap-up of the week's news. A LIVE SKETCH COMEDY SHOW incorporating multi-media elements, Shoot The Messenger brings us the world as seen through the filters of the fictional producers and on-air talent at "Wake Up World," the worst morning news show in America. Shoot The Messenger is an indictment -- both hilarious and scathing -- not only of the newsmakers, but of the news media that mold them.

Mondays at 8 PM
The Green Room Theater
45 Bleecker St., New York
Tickets: $12.50
For more information: www.shootthemessengernyc.com more...  0 Comments

NYC Thur 3-27 Indigenous Music/Art/Film Benefit for Owe Aku

Indigenous Solidarity Network | NYC Thurs 3-27 Indigenous Music, Art, Film Benefit at Solidarity Center/Centro de Solidaridad 55 West 17th Street 5th Floor (5C) between 5th & 6th Avenues (Manhattan/NYC) for Owe Aku more...  2 Comments

[Former Danbury, CT IMCista] Dave Bonan's 7-Year Carfree Bicycle Anniversary

madhatter | [Former Danbury, CT IMCista] Dave Bonan's 7-Year Carfree Bicycle Anniversary more...  0 Comments

Obama’s Blood and The Forbidden Truths

Richard Nadeau | "The latest media furor was over videotaped remarks from Obama’s former minister, the Reverend Jeremiah Wright Jr. The bloodhounds were soon barking and snipping at Obama’s heels demanding a renunciation of the pastor’s words."


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American Axle strikers: Keep on keepin' on

redskin | The song was made to support the UK miners' strike of 1984 - 1985. But it seems to be created for the American Axle strikers! more...  0 Comments

NYC Remembers the EAster Rising of 1916

National Irish Freedom Committee | Cumann na Saoirse Naisiunta will hold its annual Easter Commemoration
at the grave of Joseph Stynes, an Oglaigh na h-Eireann veteran, in
Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx at 9.00am on Easter Sunday March 23,
2008 .
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3/18: Taking Health into Our Own Hands: A Forum on Community-Grown Solutions

WHY (World Hunger Year) | WHY (World Hunger Year) and CUNY present an evening discussion on community-based solutions to diet and food-related health crises on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 from 6:30- 9 pm at CUNY Graduate Center in New York City. A diverse panel of grassroots leaders from across New York City will share experiences from growing food in the city to drawing on cultural food traditions as ways of mobilizing their communities around healthy food. more...  1 Comments

Irish women tunnels in to stop Construction of M3 Motorway near Hill of Tara

Tara Foundation | A Female Protester has sealed herself into a tunnel under a hill upon which the Rath Lugh National Monument is positioned to stop construction of the M3 Motorway near the Hill of Tara. 100 protesters have now joined the protest at Rath Lugh. more...  0 Comments

Can we be anti-war but pro-troops?

Mickey Z. | The Left praised Vietnam era draftees who fled to Canada. Yet, today’s volunteer warriors are given a free pass because they didn’t give the orders in an illegal war and occupation. This is not only illegal and immoral; it also lacks any radical credibility. Somehow, individuals and groups can stand tall against war and military intervention but refuse to shine a light on those who choose (and get paid) to fight. more...  2 Comments

DigiFestival.net – 2008 Edition

Laura Cellerini Digifestival.net Press&PR | The first multimedia festival of art in streaming video has approached its fourth edition in
a brand new shape and with several important changes in the jury panel, streaming video
quality and in final events.
The jury panel for each category is now forming with high profile personalities. more...  0 Comments

International Declaration in Defense of El Barrio

Movement for Justice in El Barrio | We have been fighting the effects of neoliberalism in our neighborhood and are seeking support from other groups and individuals. more...  1 Comments

Irish National Monument near Tara Endangered by Building Works

Tara Foundation | From the Tara Foundation: These are two statements released by the Save Tara Campaign on behalf of the Rath Lugh Direct Action Camp outlining the emergency situation at the Rath Lugh National Monument near the Hill of Tara: more...  1 Comments

Political satire: Pakistan prime ministerial candidate denies he is Christian

Shreeram Krishnaswami | Jabil Bush Hussein is outraged. Despite repeated denials by the PDP (Pakistan Democratic Party) leader and candidate for prime minister, rumors that he is or once was a Christian continue to gather momentum. Hussein’s campaign aides have emphasized his strong Muslim beliefs and downplayed any Christian connection. Spokesman Nouri Aswari issued a statement yesterday reiterating that “Husssein has never been a Christian, was not raised as a Christian, and is a committed Muslim." more...  1 Comments

Celebrate International Women's Day at Revolution Books

Revolution Books | International Women's Day at Revolution Books
Stand with Iranian Women Fighting Two Enemies: Anti-Woman Islamic Theocracy and U.S. Imperialism more...  0 Comments

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