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Promotional videos for the new TASER XREP

cypher | Here's a sneak peak at what's in store for us with the next generation of TASERs.
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11/:30: SWANK Meeting

SWANK via list | SWANK Meeting
Fri., Nov. 30th, 2007 at 7pm
Brooklyn, NY
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PHILIPPINES: AKBAYAN condemns detention of journalists

AKBAYAN (Citizen's Action Party) | AKBAYAN (Citizen's Action Party) condemned the arrest and rounding up of journalists and civil society leaders and warned the government today against using the Manila Pen stand-off to launch another crackdown against opposition, saying that it should instead face the issues that led to the stand-off squarely.

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PACIFICA / KPFK RADIO: Journalists Decry Racism in Media Coverage of Mumia | This morning (Thurs, Nov.29), the Pacifica Radio/KPFK Los Angeles show "Uprising Radio" spotlighted the recent media-activist campaign focusing on the Dec.6 NBC Today Show. Pam Africa of ICFFMAJ has a scheduled telephone conference with The Today Show on Friday, so people are urged to please take a minute and contact The Today Show to express support. more...  0 Comments

FRIDAY, Nov 30: Celebrate and Defend the Legacy of the Black Panther Party

NYC Anarchist Black Cross | Drop the Charges Against the San Francisco 8
Friday, November 30, 7 pm
(doors open at 6:30)
Martin Luther King Jr. Labor Center
310 W. 43rd Street (between 8th & 9th Ave.) NYC
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Ex-professor speaks truth to power about Middle East.

Alex Kane | It seemed only fitting that on the day of the “historic” meeting in Annapolis, Maryland between Ehud Olmert and Mahmoud Abbas, Norman Finkelstein would set the record straight. Around 300 people were present at Judson Memorial Church right near Washington Square Park, and all the chairs were filled as well as a few hagglers standing up. more...  2 Comments


MISSION DIPLOMATIQUE INTERNATIONALE HUMANITAI | The international launching of the Humanitarian Documentary film "The Daily of a Colombian Child in the War", made by the Humanitarian International NGO, Missión Diplomatique Internationale Humanitaire RWANDA 1994 that works with Colombian children affected by the armed conflict more...  0 Comments

Iraq: Looking Back: 'Internationally Sponsored Genocide'

GRC | As you know, when I was here in April/May 1992, I thought things could get no worse. Yet in July this year, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations note in a Report: '..with deep regret', all the: 'pre-famine indicators being in place'. Further that an appreciable proportion of the population now had less calorific intake than the most famine stricken parts of Africa. more...  1 Comments

The Murder of Lazaro Tista

Stanley W. Rogouski | There is a quiet apartheid today in most of America that, like the devil with his greatest trick, has convinced us that it doesn’t exist. But it does. The Bantustan is that carriage house behind the dilapidated old Victorian in the Midwest or the one bedroom apartment in Queens that houses three families in rotating shifts. There is now a silent, hidden underclass of over 10 million undocumented immigrants, people who pick your fruit, throw your takeout pizza in the oven, deliver your Chinese food on a bicycle, or do the hard construction work on your MacMansion. They have no right to vote, little or no access to social services, and they are, in effect, long-term residents but not citizens. These people have broken the law but they are not criminals. As individuals, they are more sinned against than they are sinners. But a disenfranchised underclass with no right to vote or organize unions and an expendable pool of temporary workers is a weapon of class warfare that the rich can use against the lower part of the working class, and as such they are already having a destructive effect on civil society and on American democracy. more...  1 Comments

A History of Racist Media Bias: ABC's 20/20 Report on Mumia Abu-Jamal | Supporting the current media-activist campaign addressing the Dec.6 NBC Today Show, Journalists for Mumia presents evidence of past media bias on ABC's 20/20 show, as documented by Covert Action Quarterly, FAIR.ORG, and the documentary film "Framing an Execution." more...  0 Comments


CONTACT: Lois Dauway, 212-870-3734;
Kamau K. Franklin, 917-535-3041
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New Films from South Lebanon

a-films | The anarchist film collective "a-films" announces three new videos from South Lebanon. In October 2007, a-films did video workshops in Bourj ash-Shamali Refugee Camp and the village of Siddiqine.

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Tinariwen_ - Nov 27 Tuesday _ at the high line ball room

Kamongo | Tinariwen - Nov 27 Tuesday _ at the high line ball room 431 W 16 st
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12/2: Day of Action in Support of Venezuela's Bolivarian Revolution!

Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle of NY | At 11:30 AM, there will be AN EMERGENCY RALLY IN SUPPORT OF VENEZUELA'S BOLIVARIAN REVOLUTION in front of the Venezuelan Consulate in Manhattan. The Venezuelan opposition will be there holding a protest against Constitutional reform at the same time - come show your support for the democratic process taking place in Venezuela! At 3:30 PM, there will be an event at El Maestro in the Bronx in support of the CONTINENTAL BOLIVARIAN REVOLUTION (VENEZUELA, CUBA, ECUADOR, BOLIVIA, NICARAGUA). This event will feature special guests, as well as music, poetry, and video clips. more...  0 Comments

Benefit For Oaxaca, Wednesday 11/28th Brooklyn!

love and resistance | Benefit for Oaxacan Radio Projects:
Wednesday, November 28th 7:30pm
1087 Broadway, Brooklyn (J to Kosciusko)
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PALESTINE: Ahmad Sa'adat moved to isolated prison in Naqab desert

Campaign to Free Ahmad Sa'adat | The secretary general of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Ahmad Sa'adat, appeared today, 18/11/2007, in the military court in 'Ofer, for another hearing in the case against him. It is the first time he was seen in public after his recent deportation to the Nafha Prison, and it was a chance for him to make it clear why he was deported. more...  2 Comments

December 17th: International Day to End Violence Against Sex

Sarah Jenny Bleviss | December 17th is International Day to End Violence Against Sex
Workers. This event was created to call attention to hate crimes
committed against sex workers all over the globe. more...  1 Comments

East Harlem Rent Wars (Indypendent)

Andalusia Knoll | When Ricardo Ramón and Natalia Evangelista immigrated to the United States from Santa Inez, a small, arid farming town in the southern Mexican state of Puebla, they didn’t imagine that they would be fighting displacement again. “We have the same problems we left in Mexico,” said Ramon. “There, they fight for a place to live. Here, we do the same.” more...  0 Comments

ICE Raids in Long Island

Tacoma Students for a Democratic Society | The raid was part of the two year old ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) program, Operation Community Shield. The Long Island raid resulted in 186 arrests. more...  0 Comments


anonymous | IN NEW YORK CITY...
5:00 PM
"Israeli" Consulate - 42nd St and 2nd Ave.
New York, NY more...  2 Comments

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