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Mayor of Morristown New Jersey Holds Anti-Immigrant Rally

Stanley W. Rogouski | Mayor of Morristown New Jersey Holds Anti-Immigrant Rally more...  21 Comments

Real reason for Haiti raid

JOHN YEWELL | Guy Philippe, the target of the raid, avoided capture and is now in hiding. He has since been heard on Haitian radio claiming hisattempted arrest was for political reasons.
Between his alleged drug affiliations and human rights abuses,Philippe has few friends in the government of current Haitian PresidentRene Preval or in the United States. But according to a report thisweek by Kevin Pina, writing for the Haiti Information Project, theremay be another explanation for the DEA grab.
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Support the “Bookin’ for Daniel” Marathon Run This Sunday!

d | This Sunday, a supporter of eco-defense prisoner Daniel McGowan will run a full marathon – 26 miles and 385 yards – in order to raise funds for Daniel’s education. more...  0 Comments

Citibank and BofA Urged to Divest From Dirty Coal

Appalachia Rising | On Friday, July 27, a crowd of protesters filled the Midtown Manhattan lobbies of two large Citigroup offices and a Citybank branch, as well as three branches of Bank of America. The protesters demanded that Citibank and Bank of America withdraw their investments from Massey Energy Co., the notorious coal company known for its abuse of the people and environment of southern West Virginia, as well as other areas in the southern Appalachian coalfields, through the use of mountain top removal coal mining. more...  4 Comments

July 28th: Dialogue on the Politics of Immingration in Montclair NJ

Greg Pason | Residents Against Racism presents a Dialogue on The Politics Of Immigration featuring Jane Guskin and David Wilson. 2:30 pm @ Montclair Public Library in MOntclair NJ more...  0 Comments


AJLPP-New York | Sa kabila ng diumano’y komperensya na ipinatawag ng Korte Suprema para harapin ang usapin ng mga ekstrahudisyal na pamamaslang , nagpatuloy ang mga magkasunod na pagpatay sa mga lider ng Anakpawis sa Tacloban City at Compostela Valley at iba pang panig ng Mindanao. Ayon sa mga ulat na tinipon ng AJLPP at Pesante-USA, naririto ang mga tala ng mga paglabag sa karapatang pantao at pagpatay ng ginagawa ng AFP:

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Sheehan and American's violation of human rights in Iraq.

John O'Hagan | Sheehan protested with a number of other groups at the UN here in New York. Her goal was to raise awareness of American violations of human rights violations in Iraq. more...  0 Comments

Activists Cut Despised Annexation Fence in Palestine

Bekah Bloom, Palestine Solidarity Project | Activists, including individuals from the Palestine Solidarity Project and Anarchists Against the Wall cut a hole in the illegal Annexation Fence ('The Wall') near the village of Surif in the Hebron district of Palestine. more...  0 Comments

Materialism as Temptation

Margot Kassmann | Man does not live by bread alone. There must be a foundation that is more than the superficial promises of this world. Whoever knows this will find courage to act for the hungry.. Ultimately we need a change in the inner attitude of citizens in the rich industrial nations. more...  0 Comments

NEWS ALERT: Jeff Fisher to testify against Vice President Richard B Cheney

Jeff Fisher | The Truth shall Prevail more...  0 Comments

JFAV Marks 66th USAFFE Day,US Filipino Vets March on Capitol Hill July 26

AJLPP-New York | No Justice, No Peace! The Justice for FIlipino American Veterans( JFAV) and the remaining Filipino World War II veterans in California will mark the 66th anniversary of the 1941Military Order of President Franklin D.Roosevelt drafting Philippine Commonwealth soldiers into U.S. armed service. On July 26, 1941, Roosevelt ordered the formation of the United States Armed Forces in the Far East (USAFFE) placing all Filipino forces under the U.S Command. This is in preparation for World War II. retired general Douglas Macarthur was designated as the field marshal placing the 120,000 Philippine Army, Constabulary, navy and aircorps and all Filipino ROTC reserve units under US Command. But despite this very clear consription order for 61 years, the Filipinos were discriminated, more...  0 Comments

En CUBA siempre es 26

posted by F Espinoza | Presidió Raúl Castro acto por
aniversario del 26 de julio
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HAROLD MANTILLA | The Bafim5 Troops [Marine Corps Infantry Battalion of Fusiliers No. 5], never arrived because it was legal, material and geographically impossible to do it. BECAUSE.

A) Months prior, by specific order from my Superiors, Bafim5 troops [Marine Corps Infantry Battalion of Fusiliers No. 5], had been relocated to other Municipalities threatened by subversives and self-defenses groups (such as in the populations of Córdoba and Zambrano, in Bolívar).

B) To the jurisdiction of El Salado [The Salted] (and the entire area of the Municipality Del Carmen de Bolívar), the military and territorial competition of the Bafim5 was discontinued, taken out, removed; and the military and territorially competition given, taken charge, commended, to the Bacim31 [Contra-guerrillas Battalion of No. 31].

C) In consequence, the jurisdiction of El Salado [The Salted] and the whole area of the Municipality Del Carmen de Bolívar, were under the protection and territorial competition, of the Contra-guerrillas Battalion of No. 31 (Bacim31), and not of the Bafim5.
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Morristown Turning into Battle-Cry for Racists Across Northeast

Morristown Antifa | Pearson told the Daily Record, Morristown's newspaper, that he expects 200+ supporters to attend his anti-immigrant rally on the front lawn of City Hall, including members of white power neo-Nazi organizations such as the National Alliance and the white power website, Stormfront. Pearson denies he is a Nazi, but says he has heard about some "less savory" white power groups showing up. He expects anywhere from 200-1000 to attend. "I've been very happily surprised," Pearson told the Daily Record. "It has all been word of mouth and networking." more...  3 Comments

Domestic Workers Take On Employer at Home

Text :: Baku; Audio :: Maka y la Darling | July 21, 2007 – A 66 year-old Columbian immigrant has taken her former employer — Carmela Meluzio —to federal court for two years and a half worth of back wages. Marina Lopez says that she was employed to clean the Long Island suburban home, do household chores, and provide 24-care to their invalid son, including bathing, feeding, clothing the child. Yet, Meluzio only paid Lopez $2 a hour for her critical care. Meluzio also forced Lopez to sleep in a sewage-filled basement. Lopez had to collect cardboard and wood planks in order to walk across the basement floor.

Lopez's case has stagnated in federal court for four years. But, as a member of Domestic Workers United, she has called upon their help to accelerate her claims.

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Brooklyn Hosts the Second Annual Gender Equality Festival

Mandy Van Deven | We can't forget that we fight for gender equity because women have the right to be safe and respected, whether the violence comes from a national radio host or a teenage boy we pass on the street. more...  0 Comments

America: COUNTDOWN to DICTATORSHIP - only 23 days left!

Jefferson's Ghost | Bush Outlaws All War Protest In United States

Bush Executive Order: Criminalizing the Antiwar Movement

Yet there is NOT ONE WORD of this in the MSM or Congress! Why not? more...  0 Comments

5,000 youth, students join 'People's SONA'

League of Filipino students | Around 5,000 youth and students from different universities, high schools and urban poor communities participated in today's People's State of the Nation Address mobilization.

Youth groups Anakbayan, League of Filipino Students, Student Christian Movement of the Philippines, College Editors' Guild of the Philippines, National Union of Students of the Philippines and Kabataan Party led students from UP, PUP, UE, UST, San Beda, FEU, DLSU, Miriam College, Ateneo, GAUF, EARIST and some high schools around the metro. more...  0 Comments

NY Filipinos Protest Arroyo's State of the Nation Address

BAYAN USA | New York-- Fifth Avenue's Philippine Consulate was the sight of a 50+ strong protest action last Sunday jointly organized by the US Chapter of Bagong Alysang Makabayan (BAYAN USA) and the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON), two nationwide coalitions of cause-oriented Filipino groups and individuals across the United States.

Member organizations from the two coalitions each delivered speeches of concern over the annual State of the Nation Address (or SONA) delivered by Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo this week in the halls of the Philippine Congress more...  0 Comments

NYC July-August Political Prisoner Newsletter

NYC Anarchist Black Cross | table of contents . . .


1)This Monday-Sunday, July 23rd-July 29th FREE THE FIVE WEEK!! Check out the following events/Actions in New York City for the Cuban 5 . . .

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