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IndyKids: Attorney General Gonzales Quits After Lots Of Political Scandals

Amanda Vender | The September/October 2007 IndyKids is Out!

Go to www.indykids.net to download the paper and teacher's guide, find out how to get copies and to subscribe.

The new issue includes stories about the Jena 6 case in Louisiana, United States military bases worldwide, Coca-Cola's attack on workers' unions in Colombia, the Khalil Gibran Academy, Harry Potter reviews and a Harry Potter scavenger hunt.

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

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th St (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center, 1680 Lexington Ave (between 105 & 106 Streets) Manhattan

IndyKids is a free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and learning.

IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York, NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email:  indykids@indymedia.org
Web: www.indykids.net
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IndyKids: Where In The World Isn't The U.S. Military?

Griffin Epstein | The September/October 2007 IndyKids is Out!

Go to www.indykids.net to download the paper and teacher's guide, find out how to get copies and to subscribe.

The new issue includes stories about the Jena 6 case in Louisiana, United States military bases worldwide, Coca-Cola's attack on workers' unions in Colombia, the Khalil Gibran Academy, Harry Potter reviews and a Harry Potter scavenger hunt.

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

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th St (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center, 1680 Lexington Ave (between 105 & 106 Streets) Manhattan

IndyKids is a free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and learning.

IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York, NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email:  indykids@indymedia.org
Web: www.indykids.net
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IndyKids: Book Review of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Katie Herbst | The September/October 2007 IndyKids is Out!

Go to www.indykids.net to download the paper and teacher's guide, find out how to get copies and to subscribe.

The new issue includes stories about the Jena 6 case in Louisiana, United States military bases worldwide, Coca-Cola's attack on workers' unions in Colombia, the Khalil Gibran Academy, Harry Potter reviews and a Harry Potter scavenger hunt.

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

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th St (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center, 1680 Lexington Ave (between 105 & 106 Streets) Manhattan

IndyKids is a free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and learning.

IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York, NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email:  indykids@indymedia.org
Web: www.indykids.net
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IndyKids: Movie Magic? Not So Much This Time

Katie Herbst | The September/October 2007 IndyKids is Out!

Go to www.indykids.net to download the paper and teacher's guide, find out how to get copies and to subscribe.

The new issue includes stories about the Jena 6 case in Louisiana, United States military bases worldwide, Coca-Cola's attack on workers' unions in Colombia, the Khalil Gibran Academy, Harry Potter reviews and a Harry Potter scavenger hunt.

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

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th St (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center, 1680 Lexington Ave (between 105 & 106 Streets) Manhattan

IndyKids is a free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and learning.

IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York, NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email:  indykids@indymedia.org
Web: www.indykids.net
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IndyKids: Watch Out! Don't Play Around With These Toys

Xavier Tayo | The September/October 2007 IndyKids is Out!

Go to www.indykids.net to download the paper and teacher's guide, find out how to get copies and to subscribe.

The new issue includes stories about the Jena 6 case in Louisiana, United States military bases worldwide, Coca-Cola's attack on workers' unions in Colombia, the Khalil Gibran Academy, Harry Potter reviews and a Harry Potter scavenger hunt.

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

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th St (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center, 1680 Lexington Ave (between 105 & 106 Streets) Manhattan

IndyKids is a free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and learning.

IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York, NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email:  indykids@indymedia.org
Web: www.indykids.net
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IndyKids: Heros-Or Just Cheaters

Dave Baker | The September/October 2007 IndyKids is Out!

Go to www.indykids.net to download the paper and teacher's guide, find out how to get copies and to subscribe.

The new issue includes stories about the Jena 6 case in Louisiana, United States military bases worldwide, Coca-Cola's attack on workers' unions in Colombia, the Khalil Gibran Academy, Harry Potter reviews and a Harry Potter scavenger hunt.

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

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th St (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center, 1680 Lexington Ave (between 105 & 106 Streets) Manhattan

IndyKids is a free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and learning.

IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York, NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email:  indykids@indymedia.org
Web: www.indykids.net
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IndyKids: Brewing up Help for Coffee Growers

Mallory Jensen | The September/October 2007 IndyKids is Out!

Go to www.indykids.net to download the paper and teacher's guide, find out how to get copies and to subscribe.

The new issue includes stories about the Jena 6 case in Louisiana, United States military bases worldwide, Coca-Cola's attack on workers' unions in Colombia, the Khalil Gibran Academy, Harry Potter reviews and a Harry Potter scavenger hunt.

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

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th St (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center, 1680 Lexington Ave (between 105 & 106 Streets) Manhattan

IndyKids is a free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and learning.

IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York, NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email:  indykids@indymedia.org
Web: www.indykids.net
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IndyKids: Khalil Gibran School Shake-Up

Sheba Sethi | The September/October 2007 IndyKids is Out!

Go to www.indykids.net to download the paper and teacher's guide, find out how to get copies and to subscribe.

The new issue includes stories about the Jena 6 case in Louisiana, United States military bases worldwide, Coca-Cola's attack on workers' unions in Colombia, the Khalil Gibran Academy, Harry Potter reviews and a Harry Potter scavenger hunt.

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

Free copies of the new issues are currently available in New York City at:
• Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington), Manhattan
• Revolution Bookstore, 9 W. 19th St (between 5th & 6th Avenues), Manhattan
• Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center, 1680 Lexington Ave (between 105 & 106 Streets) Manhattan

IndyKids is a free newspaper and teaching tool for kids in grades 4-8 and high school English language learners. IndyKids aims to inform children on current news and world events from a progressive perspective and to inspire a passion for social justice and learning.

IndyKids
P.O. Box 1417
New York, NY 10276
Phone: 212-592-0116
Email:  indykids@indymedia.org
Web: www.indykids.net
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Solidarity with NYC Antifa!

Skip - Antithesis Collective(NYC NEFAC) | A call for solidarity with NYC antifas facing repression for confronting local fascists in Morristown NJ. more...  0 Comments

September 11: The empire and its lies...

posted by F Espinoza | Cuban President Fidel Castro on Wednesday reflected on the six long years since the painful September 11 episode in the US, about which it is known there has been deliberate disinformation... more...  0 Comments

Outrage against NYC Police Terrorism on 9/11

Amadi Ajamu | Undaunted by heavy rain, several hundred protesters gathered in front of Madison Square Garden in midtown Manhattan for “A Day of Outrage against Police Terrorism” on the sixth anniversary of the 2001 World Trade Center terrorist attack. more...  0 Comments

Fil-Ams Welcome Release of Prof. Jose Maria Sison

BAYAN USA | The US Chapter of Bagong Alyansang Makabayan, or BAYAN USA, an alliance of over 12 social justice Filipino-American organizations across the US, welcomed today's Dutch court decision to release Prof. Jose Maria Sison as "a victory of the Filipino people's movement and the world anti-imperialist movement." more...  0 Comments

A Call to the Antiwar Movement: The Need for Unity

antiwar unity | This is a call for unity and clarity in the US antiwar movement. As activists from a variety of movements, we have a responsibility to articulate a vision for the antiwar movement that moves us forward, at a time when the ravages of colonial occupation are most deeply felt in Palestine, Iraq, and elsewhere around the world, as US imperialism continues to threaten yet more war internationally, and as racism and repression within the United States threaten our lives and our communities.
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WEST VIRGINIA COAL DISASTER @ Bluestockings

antrim caskey | Please come out to Bluestockings, Friday September 14, 7pm to meet Ed Wiley, Appalachian grandfather fighting for justice in West Virginia. Wiley formed PenniesofPromise.org to help raise money to build a new school for some 230 students at MArsh Fork Elementary School in Sundial, WV. The school sits dangerously close to a massive coal processing plant, 2.8 billion gallons of toxic sludge and a mountaintop removal site. Caskey is an independent photojournalist who will present her work addressing the human and environmental costs of Mountaintop Removal/Valley Fill coal mining in Appalachia. more...  2 Comments

From Puerto Rico to Palestine: the struggle in defense of the land

Iglesia San Romero de Las Americas-UCC | In the context of a religous mass activists Tito kayak and Emad Bornat will
specak about their struugles for land and sovereignty while making the connections
with other struggles throughout the world more...  0 Comments

Prisoner in Rykers NEEDS pro-bono private attorney ASAP

helping ruben tell his story.... | Ruben Rios said he was arrested Oct. 2002 and put in a line-up, which the victim or witness to a 2nd degree burglery in Queens picked him out of the line. He has been in prison since. He says he needs a pro-bono lawyer to help him because he says his public defenders are corrupt and refusing to fairly represent him. more...  0 Comments

PAKISTAN : Struggling to live peacefully-- Senator Sanaullah Baloch

Friends of Sana Baloch | Society in Pakistan is divided on ethnic, sectarian and regional lines. Resource less Punjab province is "peaceful" and thriving, however, population in resource rich and strategically significant states of Sindh and Balochistan are starving. more...  0 Comments

Leonard Peltier: Silence Screams

Carolina S. | Leonard Peltier has spent more than 31 years in jail. more...  0 Comments

Daniel McGowan Finally Reaches FCI Sandstone

Family and Friends of Daniel McGowan | Hello Friends,

Daniel has finally reached his designated facility - FCI Sandstone in Sandstone, Minnesota. This is his final destination, as far as we have been told the last few months.
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ACTION TODAY AGAINST ALCOA

jade | Super-cool Iceland, the eco-tourist’s wet
dream, right? Maybe not for much longer
if the Icelandic government has its way. more...  0 Comments

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