Worker Freedom | On May 17, join the IWW Starbucks Workers Union and allies around the
Anti-Displacement Support Committee | Listen now to "World Class City," a Philly-based show featuring interviews & analysis about housing, development & displacement. more... 0 Comments
Friends of Wild Edibles Workers | The City Bakery chain enjoys an image of being a "green" and "socially conscious" business. Yet, the City Bakery NY sells seafood from labor rights violator, Wild Edibles, Inc.
Beat Mazenauer | When everyone talks about stocks and consumption, what happens to social responsibility and public welfare? We suffer in a schizophrenia that we gladly repress in the daily routine. In the age of super-capitalism, businesses cannot act socially-responsibily because they serve only one goal-themaximization of profit in favor of shareholders. more... 0 Comments
Heather Squire | FUREE (Families United for Racial and Economic Equality) is having their annual convention and march on Saturday, May 17th from 12-5pm at PS 67 in Fort Greene (51 St. Edwards St.)
Paul Krugman | Now that the financial clouds have lifted a bit, the pushback against sensible regulation is in full swing. There's every reason to believe that the next crisis will be bigger still-and that the Fed won't have enough duct tape to hold things together. more... 0 Comments
Coalition Against Privatization | Privatization will certainly mean higher premiums, this is especially damaging for those people who are on fixed incomes. more... 1 Comments
Sven Giegold | The crisis will cost massive job losses and strain public budgets. The policy of market opening that refuses social and ecological regulations is a disaster. Markets do not function without strict rules. We must raise new taxes on capital transactions, stock market profits and foreign exchange businesses. Closing the tax havens would also be desirable. more... 0 Comments
Alex Kane | Around 150 people marched across the Brooklyn Bridge with Make the Road New York and the Industrial Workers of the World NYC Branch for a May Day immigrant rights demonstration. Flanked by red and black Wobbly flags and signs that read “Opportunity for Immigrant Workers,” the demonstrators chanted slogans like “Si se puede,” and “El pueblo, unido, jamas tera vencido.” more... 0 Comments
Thomas Riggins | A new bill is working its way through Congress to allow companies that lie on their patent applications to keep the patents. Current law allows them to be voided. more... 0 Comments
Savitri D | Reverend Billy & The Stop Shopping Gospel Choir & The Not Buying it Band
David Roknich | Minutes ago, I spoke with Clarence Thomas of the ILWU executive board. "The rank and file action against the war is indeed happening right now", he said. And today the workers will write history. more... 0 Comments
Betty Yu | MARCH
carey lovelace | Sing for a living wage! Strike up a
Olivia K __ NOLA love | The historic, nation-altering meeting taking place between the leaders of the "free world'' is met with little, hardly any, noticeable resistance. Due at least in part to the crippled condition of New Orleans, where three years after the hurricanes people continue to face daily struggles to survive storms of poverty; with no surplus resources, time, or active community members to lend to what would likely be, in any other city in the hemisphere, a historic People's protest to the executive meeting. more... 0 Comments
Wobbly City | “We can bring to birth a new world from the ashes of the old!” more... 2 Comments
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | WBAI Radio's Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report
NEFAC-NYC | NEFAC-NYC is calling for an anarchist workers contingent to join in the May Day marches in our city next Thursday, May 1, 2008. 1pm - Join the IWW march at Cadman Plaza, at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Look for the Red & Black flags and banners. 2pm - Rally with the Break the Chains Campaign at Chinatown's Roosevelt Park 4pm - March & Rally with the May 1 Coalition at Union Square Last Stop - Headquarters of Immigration & Customs Enforcement more... 1 Comments
Jose Arnaldo de Oliveira | O lider indigena Almir Surui, do povo de mesmo nome de Rondonia, abriu oficialmente a exposicao Amazonia Brasil no dia 22 de abril na cidade de Nova York more... 0 Comments
Elmar Altvater | The crisis is due to over-production (declining mass demand) and over-accumulation (falling profit rates). The global financial markets seem uncoupled from production. The pressure to double-digit profits overstrains nature as well as the real economy of labor and production. more... 0 CommentsPage 81 | Page 79
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