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Yellowstone and class

Jim Macdonald | A look at class hierarchy in Yellowstone and why that matters more...  0 Comments

Eeek! Eek! Marxist Theory!

The Invisible Ham | A response to Jerry Saltz, art critic for the Village Voice more...  0 Comments

ALERT: Drop the charges against the Smoke Shop Seven!

Working Class Emancipation | Drop the charges against the Smoke Shop Seven!
Jail those responsible for the attack, from governor Carcieri on down!
Hands off the Narragansett tribe!

Working Class Emancipation calls for a DEFENSE PICKET LINE:
All day on Tuesday, January 16
at the Rhode Island fourth district court:
4800 Tower Hill Rd., Wakefield, RI (take RIPTA #66) more...  0 Comments

Building Bridges Monday Night::New Orleans Activists Fight On;Sweated Labor,Bratz Dolls; Lies About Indian Point

Produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash | Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report
Produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
Monday, January 1, 2007, 7- 8 pm EST,
over WBAI Radio 99.5 FM
or streaming live at  http://www.wbai.org more...  0 Comments

DHS To Seize Eyeballs At U.S. Airports

Steve Peacock | The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is ringing in the New Year with a plan to address the arguably unbearable time it takes for airline passengers to traverse their way through screening checkpoints, ThePeacockReport.com (TPR) has discovered. TSA will achieve this heightened scale of efficiency by joining hands with another hallowed U.S. institution: the advertising industry. more...  0 Comments

12/29 event: Farmworkers, McDonald's, and You.

fairfoodnyc | Join us for a discussion with Marc Rodrigues of the Student/Farmworker
Alliance on the Coalition of Immokalee Workers' current campaign demanding
justice and fair wages for tomato pickers in McDonald's supply chain. more...  0 Comments

Farmworkers, McDonald's, and You - Building Solidarity in NYC

FF NYC | Join us for a discussion with Marc Rodrigues of the Student/Farmworker Alliance on the Coalition of Immokalee Workers' current campaign demanding justice and fair wages for tomato pickers in McDonald's supply chain more...  0 Comments

CIA with Ethiopia vs Somalia: another U.S. proxy war

Henk Ruyssenaars - Ex Africa correspondent | US: "The press must not be allowed to make this about Ethiopia, or Ethiopia violating the territorial integrity of Somalia,” The same violations as the US junta is guilty of in neighboring Sudan which still refuses an invasion by twenty-two-thousand (22.000) US troops, so called "peace keepers" more...  0 Comments

Lights, Camera and No Unions; Restaurant Workers Fight Job Segregation

Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | WBAI's Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report presents this 29 minute radio program.

TO LISTEN CLICK ON WEB LINK BELOW:
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Irish Republican Video Discussion Series

Brian Wardlow | The NIFC talks to Mags Glennon of the Westmeath Cowpark Users Group in Westmeath Ireland who are campaigning to retain use of community owned farms. The Cowparks have been used by landless farmers for over fifty years to graze their livestock. Many of these farmers have resorted to part time farming to supplement their incomes, and without warning, and with little regard for the livelyhoods of these members of the community, the Westmeath County Council decided to sell off these farms to the highest bidder. more...  0 Comments

Demand Justice for Smithfield Workers

Justice at Smithfield | Smithfield Packing has created an environment of intimidation, racial tension, fear and sometimes, violence, for workers who desperately want a voice on the job. The company in Tar Heel, N.C., has been found liable of physically assaulting workers, threatening bodily harm, and causing the false arrest of workers for exercising their legal rights more...  0 Comments

Brazilian Oil: Patriots and Treasonous ones...

Sergio Ferolla and Paulo Metri | The Journalist Barbosa Lima Sobrinho, symbol of Brazilian nationality, created a singular expression to define patriots and treasonous ones, much beyond the partisan acronyms and of the groupings without face that are disclosed in the national life.

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Apartheid: Israelis Adopt What South Africa Dropped

John Dugard | Former President Jimmy Carter's new book, " Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid,"
is igniting controversy for its allegation that Israel practices a form of apartheid. more...  0 Comments

Christian Morality and Economic Reason

Wolfgang Huber | Finance capital circling anonymously around the globe seeking only short-term profit must expect the resistance of the affected and of the church that turns to the affected. The question is who really profits from the globalization of the finance world and when the concentration of wealth and creative possibilities in the hands of a few endangers the social peace. more...  0 Comments

Farmworkers, McDonald's, and You - Building Solidarity in NYC

FF NYC | Join us for a discussion with Marc Rodrigues of the Student/Farmworker Alliance
on the Coalition of Immokalee Workers' current campaign demanding justice and
fair wages for tomato pickers in McDonald's supply chain more...  0 Comments

US Army might break Goodyear strike

Bernard Simon | A strike involving 17,000 members of the United Steelworkers union has crippled 16 Goodyear plants in the US and Canada since October 5.
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Protests spark clashes in Bolivia

BBC News | The right is calling for increased regional autonomy and is opposed to constitutional changes proposed by EVO. more...  0 Comments

Slave Reparations Case Gains Legal Ground!

Amadi Ajamu | The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has revitalized the reparations class action lawsuit against U.S. corporations who participated in the Trans-Atlantic slave trade and slavery. Significant parts of the previously dismissed landmark case have been reversed and remanded back to the District Court on the grounds of the defendants’ violation of consumer fraud statutes. Corporate defendants include J.P. Morgan Chase, Fleet Bank (now Bank of America), Aetna, Brown Brothers Harriman, Union Pacific Railroad, and New York Life.
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The profitable nature of the Wooster Collective

Glas | This article is in response to the show put on by the Wooster Collective this weekend at 11 Spring Street St. more...  71 Comments

WHAT WAS THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY?

Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation | The Black Panther Party was a progressive political organization that stood in the vanguard of the most powerful movement for social change in America since the Revolution of 1776 and the Civil War: that dynamic episode generally referred to as The Sixties. more...  0 Comments

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