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The Good Lord Protected Me From Bush...

posted by F Espinoza | "The Good Lord Protected Me From Bush," said President Fidel Castro referring to recent statements by the US statesman, who predicted that "one day, the Good Lord will take Fidel Castro away." more...  0 Comments

On the Anniversary of Stonewall: statement by the Queer Commission of SPUSA/YPSL

Marsha P. Johnson | On The Anniversary of Stonewall: statement by the Queer Commission of SPUSA/YPSL more...  3 Comments

Independence Celebration Critical Mass.

CMer | Critical Mass will commemorate independence day and the virtues that built this great nation with a freedom ride. Members of various bike collectives will ride downtown and pay homage at the statues of two of the founding fathers
situated in downtown Manhattan. more...  4 Comments

Brazil/Curitiba: Eighty a thousand families without dignified home.

Emilio de Lima | Cities that do not have public policy of popular habitation do push devoid populations for non buiding areas as fertile valleys of the rivers. The result is periodic flooding, with all the ominous and known consequences for local inhabitants, other populations and for the environment.

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Justice for the Filipino American Veterans |
The US Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs voted on Wednesday to give monthly pensions of up to $375 for Filipino World War II veterans and their widows for their service to Uncle Sam more than 60 years ago. “Today marks a special and historic occasion in our long-standing quest for justice and equity for our brave and courageous veterans,” said Philippine Ambassador to Washington Willy Gaa after the committee, at a mark-up hearing, approved an omnibus benefits bill providing for a special set of benefits for men and women who have fought under the US flag. The measure provides a monthly pension of $300 for Filipino veterans who are single, $375 for married veterans and $200 for widows. more...  0 Comments

Iranian Women and Liberation-- Neither Islamic Theocracy nor U.S. Imperialism

Revolution Books | Iranian Women and Liberation - Neither Islamic Theocracy nor U.S. Imperialist Domination
A talk by Azar Derakhshan Tuesday, July 3, 2007 7pm more...  0 Comments

Murciélagos, papagayos y otros bichos en la Casa...

posted by F Espinoza | Aunque se busque con lupa y detenimiento en la página web de presentación de la Casa de América de Madrid, o en su agenda correspondiente al mes de Julio 2007, alguna información sobre el evento a realizarse en la sede el próximo 4 de Julio, denominado: “Un encuentro por la democracia y la libertad en Europa y las Américas”, o "IV Foro Atlántico"... more...  0 Comments

McGowan's Motion Denied; Goes to Prison on July 2nd

Friends of Daniel McGowan | Daniel's motion to stay out on bond until the Bureau of Prison designates him to a permanent facility was denied today by Judge Aiken. He will be self-reporting to federal prison Monday, July 2nd. We hope he will be able to report to the Metropolitan Detention Complex (MDC) in Brooklyn. In the government's brief opposing Daniel's motion, the prosecutors cited Daniel's interview with Amy Goodman on Democracy Now a few days after he was sentenced as well as the fact that the website we run for him,, is still operational as arguments for why he should self report on July 2nd. more...  16 Comments

CIA Finally Releases 1973 "Family Jewels" Document - Partial Synopsis of Chap 1

Varlet | The CIA has, after a long battle against activists and journalists using the "Freedom of Information Act", finally released a document outlining the "most sensitive operations" it had undertaken from the 1950s through 1973. more...  0 Comments

A March for Transgender Justice

Paul Schrodt | A group of transsexuals and supporters led by the TRANSJUSTICE organization led a rally on Friday, marching and speaking out against "trans-phobic" police officers. This is the group's third annual "Trans Day of Action," held during gay pride week. TRANSJUSTICE is part of the Audre Lorde Project, a community center for gays, lesbians, two-spirit, trans and gender non-conforming people of color. more...  0 Comments


Tagumpay ang martsa at demonstrasyon nitong Linggo, Hunyo 24, 2007 sa Hollywood and Vine sa Los Angeles. May 15,000 imigrante at kanilang mga tagapgtaguyod ang aktibong lumahok sa martsa-rali na tinawag ng April 7 Coalition.Hermanidad at ANSWER-LA.

Binigo nila ang nais ng mga naghaharing uri na sila ang magdesisyon kung ano ang kapalaran ng 12 millyong migrante at manggagawang walang papeles na tinatwag nilang “ilegal’ dito sa Amerika.
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"Demonstration" Government in Palestine

Stephen Lendman | US-Israeli led coup against the democratically elected Hamas government more...  0 Comments

June 24 March-Rally For Full Rights for All Immigrants 
Los Angeles, A Succes

Los Angeles – More than 15,000 immigrants and advocates militantly but peacefully marched last Sunday, June 24 in Hollywood to express their sentiments on the ongoing immigrant rights bill in the U.S Congress.

Despite the anti-Minutemen rally in south central LA earlier Saturday, threats of ICE raids against immigrants, the oppressive heat and the watchful presence of hundreds of police and county deputies, the more than an hour immigrant rights march occupied more than six blocks from Sunset Street to the rally site at Highland Street in Los Angeles.

ore than 50,000 mobilization in Los Angeles includes the Latino Movement USA, Hermanidad Mexican National, the ANSWER Coalition and the Coalition in Defense of immigrant Rights (CDIR) and People’s CORE, Echo Park Community Coalition (EPCC), AJLPP, KmB, Gabriela Network, Ecumenical Fellowship, UTLA and COFEM led this march rally. Other groups that participate in the march rally were CHIRLA, Comite Pro Uno, Dream Act Students Coalition, Imigrantes Unido
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Rostock: Antifa vs Nazis, 10:0-the Antifascist Resistance against a Nazi store

the black kat | Remember this cute little city close to the last G8 summit? Shit's going down there (again). A Nazi shop opened up it's doors, and constantly has to close them due to flying rocks, bottles, firecrackers, and angry neighbors.
here rough time line based on German Indymedia reports... more...  5 Comments

'New Jersey 7' Asking For Community Support

FIERCE! | On August 18, 2006, seven young African American lesbians traveled to the West Village from their homes in Newark for a regular night out. When walking down the street, a male bystander assaulted them with sexist and homophobic comments. The women tried to defend themselves, and a fight broke out. Thus began the women’s nightmare for almost a year. Three of the women accepted plea offers. On June 14th, 2007 Venice Brown (19), Terrain Dandridge (20), Patreese Johnson (20), and Renata Hill (24) received sentences ranging from 3 1/2 to 11 years in prison. more...  12 Comments

Outrage against Police Abuse Grows

Amadi Ajamu | Demands to fire and prosecute rogue cop Sgt James Talvey, accused of brutalizing human rights attorney Michael Tarif Warren and wife Evelyn, have intensified. Several hundred protesters returned to the 77th Precinct in Crown Heights on Sunday to voice their outrage. Veteran activist Viola Plummer of the December 12th Movement and NYC Councilman Charles Barron led the rally.
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EU must rectify errors...

posted by F Espinoza | With Cuba, the only dialogue possible is one between sovereign and equal parties, without any conditions or pending threats... more...  0 Comments

Rent Guidelines Board - Final Vote Tomorrow

Tenant | Show and make your angry voice heard when the Rent Guidelines Board (also known as the Rent Gouging Bastards) meet to vote on raises on rents for Stabilized Housing. Last year, they voted in some of the highest percentile raises in over a decade. Don't let them do this again. We must overwhelm them with our numbers and our voices and not let them get away with this year after year. Tuesday, June 26, 2007 The Great Hall at Cooper Union 7 East 7th Street at corner of 3rd Ave. 5:30 P.M. – 9:30 P.M. more...  1 Comments

La vie en rouge

Hoipolloi Cassidy | Belleville, the old Parisian working class neighborhood with a long revolutionary history, may see further strife, as the police step up repression against immigrants. more...  0 Comments

Movie about Leonard Peltier, Monday 6/25

New York City Leonard Peltier Support Group | "Murder On A Reservation," a documentary about Leonard Peltier, will be shown on Monday, June 25 by the New York City Leonard Peltier Support Group. Doors open at 7 pm, movie to start at 7:15 pm, refreshments served. A small donation at the door will be asked for but no one will be turned away.
Location: 55 West 17 st, Manhattan, fifth floor
(btw. 5 and 6th Aves.) more...  0 Comments

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