Socialist Party USA (NYC) | Provoking, witty, stylish and sweepingly informative, THE CORPORATION explores the nature and spectacular rise of the dominant institution of our time. more... 1 Comments
Weekly News Update | Attorney Jose Aylwin, co-director of the Observatory of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, told the press that Catrileo's killing was "predictable" and "the result of the current government's silence and complicity with the
Immigration News Briefs | Four days later, medical staff finally took Carranza-Reyes to the Denver Health Medical Center; by then he had developed pneumonia and his legs were black with gangrene. The infection led to a heart attack and coma; doctors reportedly gave Carranza-Reyes a 2% chance of survival. more... 0 Comments
Tiki Tolliver PR | Actor, director, screenwriter, producer and TOMI film festival Co-founder Ephraim Benton announces the first annual New Leafs For Old Causes Benefit, taking place on Saturday, January 12, in Bed-Stuy at 7PM. The benefit will help raise funds to develop more youth programs at the newly established 123 Community Space in his rapidly changing Brooklyn neighborhood, and honor one young person with an award.
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Amadi Ajamu | On this frigid January morning, hundreds trekked to the U.S. Southern District Federal Court in Downtown, New York City to witness the civil case of Viola Plummer vs. NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn. They soon filled the courtroom to capacity. The overflow watched via satellite from another room, and more filled the halls. Clearly the Sonny Carson street name saga continues to resonate among Black and progressive New Yorkers.
John Tarleton | While the international media focuses on shocking stories of ethnic violence in Kenya following a disputed presidential election, activists with Kenya Indymedia (Kenya.indymedia.org) are working to create a space where their fellow citizens can “voice their thoughts, fears, tribulations and aspirations” and strive toward restoring peace in their society. more... 2 Comments
Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash | WBAI Radio's Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report
Dr. Peter Stern | Should the pharmaceutical industry be permitted to reap endless profits at our expense and at the detriment of our children? more... 0 Comments
EveryOne Group | 250 Rrom citizens had take shelter in the sheds, living in very harsh conditions. The fire broke out suddenly and spread with unprecedented speed throughout the sheds of the derelict warehouses.
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Francesc Arnau Arias | when at this crossroads in SE London we see Steve approaching us ( 40 years old, dreadlocks and long beard, a white man, camouflage jacket) immediately we realise he is the man we are waiting for: a friend of Move organisation in England. Later he will explain to us that when he started to locks up people also started to treat him in different ways: sometimes for good, sometimes for bad. more... 0 Comments
Thomas Riggins | A less effective, but cheaper, HIV treatment has been devised for the Third World. more... 1 Comments
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rebecca | Tompkins sq park. Park Commissioner talks. more... 13 Comments
Castle | This was one of the most inspiring events I attended in 2007! All the groups doing direct on-the-ground organizing against gentrification in NYC shared their amazing work. Its great to see people who are actually getting down to do the work that needs to been done to stop neoliberalism….. more... 2 Comments
Sylvia Rivera Law Project | Join SRLP for the release of the ground-breaking report, "It’s War In Here" a report on the treatment of Transgender and Intersex People in NY State Men’s Prisons. We will also be sending letters and packages to trans and gender non-conforming people who are currently incarcerated. Show your support and learn more about SRLP's important prisoner rights work! more... 1 Comments
Steven Argue | The California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee blasted insurance giant CIGNA for failing to approve a liver transplant one week earlier for 17-year-old Nataline Sarkisyan, who tragically died just hours after CIGNA relented and agreed to the procedure following a massive national outcry.
By Judy Benson , | Still awaiting the final version of a key federal report, the Broadwater Energy project has been told that its application with state-level environmental regulators is lacking in several key areas and that the project could have “significant adverse impacts” on Long Island Sound's fish and lobsters.
UhuruNews.com | Execs at the government-funded housing agency, Boley Centers, Inc. are giving money and housing vouchers to their friends and family. Meanwhile, they're also violating freedom of association, due process and workers rights by evicting and firing members of a community organization they don't like. Auditors are saying Boley's missing $1 million - so where's the money? It's not in the African community! more... 0 CommentsPage 175 | Page 173
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