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The Market is a Universal Totalitarian Religion

Maria Wolflingseder | Money replaces God and has become our new religion, a universal totalitarian religion that never existed before. more...  0 Comments

Justin Raimondo's Faulty Analysis of Media Complicity in War

Jonathan Shockley | Raimondo denies the corporate structure of the media could have had anything to do with their biased reporting
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IWW Organizer Daniel Gross Faces Off Against Starbucks Apologist on NPR

Ecowob | Starbucks is scared to debate the IWW Starbucks Workers Union because it doesn't want to talk about the gains we've made organizing against poverty wages and insecure work hours. So a Starbucks apologist stood in for the company. more...  0 Comments

Burger King Action, Carnival for Justice and Reverend Billy Performance THIS SAT

Tommy NYC | Burger King Action 4pm Saturday, Times Square
Carnival For Justice 5:30-7:30pm Saturday, Broadway Presbyterian Church
Reverend Billy and his choir Perform 8:00-9:30pm Saturday, Broadway Presbyterian Church more...  0 Comments

Pantysniffers

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 Paper Industry Greens Up Its Act

Angel Thompson-Georges, The New York Megaphon | The paper industry has a deservedly bad reputation when it comes to ecological impact; few manufacturing industries can say otherwise. Years of irresponsible environmental practices will plague future generations, but from the inside I am watching an industry taking responsibility for its history and actions. Perhaps driven by the connection between raw materials and ecological impact, or maybe because of the tradition of nepotism that remains, the paper industry is making changes to ensure a more sound environmental future.
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NYC 2007 May Day Solidarity Picket At Steinway Hall

Justice For Conn Selmer Workers | For over one year 230 UAW Local 364 strikers have been forced out at Conn Selmer's in Elkhart, Indiana. Conn Selmer's is owned by Steinway Musical instruments and this May Day in New York there will be a solidarity picket in support of the Elkhart, Indiana strikers. There will also be a delegation of striking workers on the picket line more...  0 Comments

4/28 Forum International Labor & The Fight Against Privatization, Deregulation

Labor Video Project | On April 28, 2007 at 6:30 PM there will be an international educational forum on International Labor and the
Fight Against Privatization, Deregulation and Union Busting. Speakers from Korea, South Africa, Ireland and Germany
will outline what the political and economic conditions are in their respective countries and more...  0 Comments

Nation Grieves Over Another Hand Gun Tragedy

David Roknich | In the wake of another schoolhouse shooting, we are reminded that the Bush family continues to foster the availability of powerful weapons both at home and abroad, as they have done for the past 100 years.
Blacksburg, VA – Paul Helmke, President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, issued the following statement: more...  2 Comments

There’s hope for us all. Starvation is just a “phenomenon.”

Richard Mellor | Nowhere to live? Don't worry; it's just a phenomenon. more...  0 Comments

Building Bridges Radio: Sisters on the Frontline

Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash | WBAI's Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report
presents this 28 minute radio program.
TO LISTEN CLICK ON WEB LINK BELOW more...  0 Comments

SWU Condemns Health Care Decline at Starbucks

Worker Freedom | Percentage of Starbucks Employees Covered by Company Health Care Decreased Over 2006, Early 2007
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Starbucks now recording barista's every move at Wealthy St. location in Michigan

Worker Freedom | Starbucks now recording barista's every move at Wealthy St. location in Michigan! more...  0 Comments

Victory! McDonald's Agrees To Higher Pay For Tomato Pickers (IndyKids)

Lauren Karchmer and Audrey Sasson | Go to  http://www.indykids.net/ to download the paper, find out how to get copies and to subscribe.

The new issue includes articles about immigrant families in detention, Armenian history and culture, prisoners set free thanks to DNA evidence, kids’ opinions on military recruiters in schools, a special feature on journalism, plus sports, letters and more!

Visit:
 http://www.indykids.net/teachers/index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue. more...  0 Comments

Rich Country, Hungry People (IndyKids)

Sue Treiman | Go to  http://www.indykids.net/ to download the paper, find out how to get copies and to subscribe.

The new issue includes articles about immigrant families in detention, Armenian history and culture, prisoners set free thanks to DNA evidence, kids’ opinions on military recruiters in schools, a special feature on journalism, plus sports, letters and more!

Visit:
 http://www.indykids.net/teachers/index.html
for the Teacher's Guide that accompanies the new issue. more...  1 Comments

Post Office Not the Only Place to Be on Tax Day

Linnea Covington | Tax Day 2007 brings not only a flurry of people to the post office, but also is cause for protests about govenment spending of tax dollars. Three groups gathered in Manhattan today, the Granny Peace Brigade, Billionaires for Bush and the "Stop the Wal-Mart tax" campaign to share thier views with the public. more...  0 Comments

STOP ILLEGAL DEMOLITIONS IN BROOKLYN!!!! APRIL 18

Alex | Bruce Ratner is attempting to build 16 giant skyscrapers and a sports arena for high income residents in the heart of brooklyn. The buildings set to be destroyed on thursday are going to be used for parking space! We cannot allow this to happen! more...  1 Comments

Protests at IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings – a Prelude to October

Mobilization for Global Justice | From April 13-15, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank met in Washington DC. Once again, the Mobilization for Global Justice (MGJ) and allied groups organized protests to highlight the profound injustice that these institutions visit upon the world. This time, however, the April protests wren merely a prelude to bigger, more exciting things happening in the fall. more...  3 Comments

NYSE Protest This Friday

NYSEHostage.com | Q:Who Controls Wall Street? A:You Do! more...  0 Comments

Destroy HLS: Thursday, April 19th NYSE ARCA Call In

Destroy HLS | On Thursday April 19th call everyone at NYSE from
the employees to the CEOs and tell them to drop
Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS) from their electronic
trading system Arca. more...  0 Comments

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