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Announcing Manifest: A Radical Essay Competition for Young Marxists

Jasper Diego-Story | Developed by Young Marxists, a non-partisan essay contest to develop Marxist thinking. more...  0 Comments

Building Bridges Radio Tonight: The Return of May Day

Produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash | Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report
Produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
Monday,May 1, 2006, 6pm- Midnight EST,over WBAI, 99.5 FM
or streaming live at
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Precarious of the World!

Peter Novak | May Day is a response to the crisis of traditional union representation. The loss in influence and fighting strength of the unions has its cause in the changed working conditions in so-called post-Fordism. more...  0 Comments

Kick off BIKE MONTH with a May Day Celebratory Ride w/ Greene Dragon & Time's Up!

bike ninja | Greene Dragon and Time's Up! team up once again to bring you this May Day combination of free speech, street theatre, and biking fun!

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How I Helped Organize a Shutdown for May Day

Anonymous | I didn’t wake up Saturday morning thinking that I was going to organize a shut down. I didn’t even ask that first question expecting much of an answer. I just had nothing to talk about at that moment and was curious. But hearing that it was really important to the kitchen staff and that they would do it if they felt like they had support was all we needed to want to participate. more...  13 Comments


Fil-Am Students for Justice | We urge all justice-loving students to support the May 1 Great Boycott-Strike and parallel protests across the globe and to build an anti-imperialist solidarity with the great immigrant, black liberation, working-class, antiwar and third-world liberation struggles. more...  1 Comments


Win Animal Rights | Date/Time: Saturday, April 29, 2006 at 3:30 PM
Location: E. 42nd Street and Third Avenue
(In front of Pfizer) If lost call 646-267-9934 more...  0 Comments

Sindicalismo y trabajadores en Venezuela

CRA - El Libertario, Venezuela | * Estos tres textos han sido tomados de El Libertario # 47, mayo-junio 2006, vocero bimensual de la Comisión de Relaciones Anarquistas. En ellos se pone al día y condensa una perspectiva anarquista sobre la situación del movimiento laboral en este país.
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Peak Oil Conference at Cooper Union Friday and Saturday

NYC Peak Oil | April 27-29 Conference in NYC on Rising Energy Costs & Fuel

The peaking of world oil production is one of the greatest challenges of our times.
Responding starts with local solutions.

Over 50 national and local experts will gather to
discuss how NYC can prepare for higher energy prices, and begin
the preparation for a sustainable society.

Complete information and registration at www.energysolutionsconference.

Thurs., April 27, Community Church of
NY, 40 E. 35th St.,

Friday and Saturday, April 28-29
The Great Hall at Cooper Union
The Cooper Union for the Advancement
of Science and Art
Cooper Square
New York, NY 10003-7120

Sliding scale starting from $25 a day;
student, low income & senior rates available. Tips for making
NYC more sustainable and for contacting elected officials can
be found at at
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Hundreds Rally For Union at NYU; Fifty Arrested

NYU Nerds For GSOC | At 12 noon today, hundreds of GSOC members, faculty and undergraduate supporters, members of other graduate employee unions, and visiting dignitaries from across the labor movement met in Judson Memorial Church to hold a rally in celebration of the fact that GSOC/UAW 2110 has officially recertified its majority support among NYU graduate employees. [Read More From Nerds for GSOC || Read Another Report at To the Barricades] more...  7 Comments

The Politics of Oil: The Discourse Must Change

Editors of The Oil Drum | Leaders of both political parties are expressing concern about the high price of gasoline. President George Bush announced yesterday that he was suspending deliveries to the Strategic Petroleum Reserve in order to make more oil available to consumers as well as putting on hold the traditional regulations requiring additives to make fuel burn cleaner during the summer driving season.

Meanwhile, Democratic leaders have had their own response to rising gas prices. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has announced his support for the Menendez Amendment, which would "provide more than $6 billion in relief directly to the American people by eliminating the federal tax for both gas and diesel for 60 days." Senator Charles Schumer recently called for a federal investigation to determine whether oil companies are withholding gasoline production, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has blamed high gas prices on the administration's cozy relationship with the oil companies, price gouging, and royalty relief.

The editors of The Oil Drum are ideologically diverse. Over the last year, we have created a forum at to encourage an open, rational, and fact-based discussion of energy issues. While individual editors frequently express an opinion on a subject, we have never felt it necessary to take a unified position on any specific issue. That is, until today. more...  0 Comments



Migrants' Boycott Plan Is Crossing the Border

LA Times | Spreading now by word of mouth as well as through cyberspace, the campaign calls for a 24-hour boycott Monday of American businesses in Mexico and other Latin American countries. The idea is to show solidarity with immigrant rights protests scheduled in several U.S. cities that day.
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Win Animal Rights | Who: Columbia University
When: Thursday, April 27, 2006 at 3:30 PM
Where: 116th St. & Broadway (meet at the south east corner)
If you cannot locate us, call: 646-267-9934
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Mexico: 2 Workers Killed in Steel Strike

Weekly News Update on the Americas | Two striking Mexican steelworkers were killed and more than 40 injured in a violent confrontation with police agents in Michoacan on Apr. 20. more...  1 Comments


jmc | recorded in 3 days two weeks ago... after sitting back and hoping the younger generation of artists would speak out against the war in Iraq (among other things), apparently Mr. Young decided he could wait no more!!! more...  0 Comments

The End of Security

Tom Binger | The state has a social nature and isn't only a securiy and power state. If the state is reduced to a trough or waterboy for capital, the class compromise is dissolved and justice becomes an abstraction. The New Deal began in 1928 when New orleans drowned. When the levees broke, Huey Long insisted government should protect people from floods. His "Shared Wealth" program needs advocates today after the worldwide trickledown has only led to exploding inequality and entrenched structural unemployment. more...  0 Comments

Celebrate Workers Day! (IndyKids)

Amanda Vender | A Short History of May Day and Current Labor Laws more...  0 Comments

Labor Voices (IndyKids)

IndyKids | Profiles of Union Members in Celebration of May Day more...  0 Comments

It Pays to Have a Union (IndyKids)

Amanda Vender | How Unions are Good for Workers more...  0 Comments

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