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If they come for you in the morning...Art Auction for Daniel McGowan, July 27/28th, Save the date!

Visual Resistance | This will be a great two day event!
Thursday, July 27 & Friday, July 28, 2006
ABC No Rio, 156 Rivington St, Lower East Side, NYC
Co-sponsored by Visual Resistance and Family and Friends of Daniel McGowan
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Tomorrow! Ex-guerrillas, Coffee, Guatemala @ Bluestockings.

Ida C. Benedetto | Café Conciencia director Tim Kantz and photographer Ida C. Benedetto will give a slide show talk on the situation of fair trade in Guatemala for three small communities on June 20th at Bluestockings Bookstore. Also at Bluestockings, photo exhibit "From Bullets to Coffee Beans," telling the story of a community of ex-guerrillas farming fair trade, organic coffee after 36 years of civil war, up until June 26th. more...  0 Comments

Irish Prison Protest Begins

NIFC- National Irish Freedom Committee | On Monday 19th June Republican POW’s began a protest action in Maghaberry, this is the first in a series of protests planned by Republican POW’s in the gaol. POW’s are making clear that they will not accept the sub standard conditions on the segregated wing, they will not be criminalised nor will they be intimidated or coerced by the petty restrictions being imposed by prison screws to make the day to day life in the gaol for POW’s more difficult. more...  1 Comments

Readings from Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnove's Voices of a People's History of the United States

Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnove | The words of rebels and dissenters such as Frederick Douglass, George Jackson, Chief Joseph, Martin Luther King Jr. and many others come alive in dramatic readings by Amy Goodman, Lili Taylor, Wally Shawn, Deepa Fernandes, Laura Flanders, Paul Robeson Jr., Josh Hamilton, Robert Robideau, Staceyann Chin, Erin Cherry, Suheir Hammad, John Sayles, Christina Kirk, Brian Jones, and Anthony Arnove.

All tickets are US$15.00 or US$10.00 with Socialism 2006 Conference registration. more...  1 Comments

Illegal? Fugitive? Need an SS#? Than use 000-00-0000, 9 million other people have!

000-00-0000 | The federal Government Accountability Office found that between 1985 and 2000, 9 million people got hired using this Social Security number: 000-00-0000. more...  0 Comments




ROB LOS RICOS & MARLENA GANGI | Oregon APOC political prisoner Rob los Ricos set for release June 29 2006, plans to continue writing and do Summer/Fall speaking tour. more...  0 Comments

(LA) South Central Farmers BLOG

Peat Moss | Thousands are camping out on the South Central LA community farm perimeter.
News if available now on a blog. more...  1 Comments

Starbucks Workers at 57th and Lexington join the IWW

Wobble Wobble | This is the 5th Starbucks store in NYC to establish a public organizing committee and make collective demands from the company. some of these demands included a guaranteed 30 hour work week, an end to the 1 minute lateness policy, an end to unfair firings and immiedate action over rodent and insect infestation. Workers also call upon the company to stop all illegal anti-union activity, stop violating federal labor law and to abide by the National Labor Relations board settlement ( more...  0 Comments

Benefit Tonight - M-1 from Dead Prez and Others

Friends of Jeff "Free" Luers | A Benefit for Jeff "Free" Luers this Sunday, June 18th. Doors open at 4pm. $10-20 sliding scale.
778 Bergen St. (at Grand Ave.) - C to Clinton-Washington, 2,3 to Eastern Parkway
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7/28-30 Washington DC: National Grassroots Immigrant Strategy Conference

Lee Siu Hin - Immigrant Solidarity Network | We envision this is a broad-based, multiethnic conference of organizers, and we are inviting organizers from African American, African immigrant, Asian American, Latino/Latina, Arab-Muslim-North African, progressive labor, interfaith, LGBT, student, anti-war/peace and global justice groups from across the country. more...  0 Comments

New York Campaign for Telephone Justice's FATHER'S DAY VIGIL June 16,2006

Jess Garman | Members of The Campaign for Telephone Justice, which fights to end the unfair phone charges put on prison calls, gathered at the corner of 58th Street and 8th Avenue 8pm this Friday to give voice to the unjust "Prison Telephone Contract" which hurts thousands of families whose mothers, fathers, brothers and husbands are in jail. The contract, put in place by Verizon/MCI, charges prison families 630% more than other consumers. Thousands of children in NY have a parent in prison and "Families need to stay connected!"
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National Lawyers Guild Symposium on the Green Scare-June 26th

Family and Friends of Daniel McGowan | Did you know that environmental and social justice activists are facing life in prison as part of the Green Scare? more...  1 Comments

Saving New Orleans One House At A House

Steve Wishnia | In front of 1639 Deslonde St. in the Lower Ninth Ward, a small white wood house about two blocks in and three blocks down from where the levee broke, is a stack of a couple dozen old vinyl albums, their cover art washed away to mud-colored cardboard. The one on top is Miles Davis’ Sketches of Spain. Inside is a montage of family photos, also washed out except for one picture of a smiling middle-aged couple. The watermark on the outside of the house is a fecal-tan stripe, vague and dusty like spray paint, about eye level. more...  0 Comments

Police don't have to knock, justices say

JMC | The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that police armed with a warrant can barge into homes and seize evidence even if they don't knock, a huge government victory that was decided by President Bush's new justices. more...  7 Comments

Join the fight against police brutality!

October 22 Coalition-NY | June 17, 2006
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Killing season in the Philippines

Herbert Docena | The escalating repression taking place now in the Philippines is no coincidence. Twenty years since the end of the dictatorship and three "people's power" uprisings later, Philippine society is hugely polarized. If the recent killing spree signifies anything, it's that the growing coercion and the abandonment of democratic rights portend the fraying of the post-1986 political order, when the dictator Marcos was unceremoniously thrown from power and democracy restored. What will replace those democratic hopes, more than at any time in recent years, is a point of bitter political contention.
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LA Gardens - a mirror for the lower east side

Pete Moss | LA indy media is doing a great job of covering this epic struggle. It resonates with New Yorkers because the forces agianst the farmers are the same as the anti-garden, anti-squatter and pro-landlord law enforsement here. more...  2 Comments

Immigration News Briefs: More Worksite Raids, Palestinian Deported

Weekly News Update | In one of many raids around the country in the last two months, on May 26 US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents arrested 25 Mexican immigrants working on the premises of a DuPont Co. chemical plant in Memphis, Tennessee. more...  0 Comments

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