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A Clear-Cut Fight: Battle of Oregon's Biscuit Forest Heat Up

Susan Chenelle | Battle of the Biscuit Forest Heats Up more...  0 Comments

Armed Vigilantes ‘Patrol’ Mexican Border

Jessica Lee | Minuteman Project highlights complexities of border crisis more...  2 Comments

Waterfront Grab in Bkl’n

Rahul Chadha | Developers See Big Money on the Williamsburg Coast more...  0 Comments

Tilling The Bronx

Xavier Tayo | Lively, Venerable Garden at Risk more...  0 Comments

L.I. Kids Ace Free Space Chase

John Tarleton | After two years of community meetings, a year of intensive fundraising and another eight months of searching, a group of pragmatic dreamers on Long Island finally have finally obtained their goal: 3,000 square feet of space in the middle of suburban hell. more...  0 Comments

Report Clears Columbia Professors

Chris Anderson | After receiving testimony from more than 120 Columbia University students, faculty members, administrators and alumni, an ad-hoc committee charged by university President Lee Bollinger to investigate claims of in-class intimidation of pro-Israel students found, “no evidence of any statements made by the faculty that could reasonably be construed as anti-Semitic.†The committee identified a single incident in which it felt that Professor Joseph Massad “exceeded commonly accepted bounds†of classroom conduct. more...  1 Comments

New Debt Law Punishes the Sick

Kat Aaron | Four years ago Tianna Kennedy was debt free. Today she’s $80,000 in the hole and declaring bankruptcy. Kennedy’s financial woes aren’t due to profligate spending. She had a run of bad luck in a country with a shrinking safety net. It could happen to anyone. But if the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act passes Congress, getting back on her feet might become a lot more difficult.   more...  0 Comments

Bring Workplace Democracy to the Syracuse Cultural Workers

nohope | How worker friendly were the Syracuse Cultural Workers to their temp force, that mans the phones and packs the boxes during their key holiday season? more...  1 Comments

MGJ A16 (DC) Update: Puppet Factory, Mass Housing, Welcome Centers

Mobilization for Global Justice | Organizing update for the April 15-17 IMF/World Bank protests in DC. more...  0 Comments

D.A. Tampered With Videotape Evidence of RNC Defendant

Jym Dyer | On the front page of the New York Times: the D.A.'s office tries to make an innocent Critical Mass defendant look guilty. more...  7 Comments


Xavier | Six bullets fired in a basketball court in the Bronx Friday night. Police searched the area and found evidence of gunshots and someone being struck. more...  5 Comments

Protest Wednesday against CAFTA free trade agreement in Foley Square

CISPES | Protest DR-CAFTA, Hear Excluded Testimony, Pressure Senator Schumer! more...  0 Comments

Legal Victory: All Charges Dropped on the 'Brooklyn 7'

Jed Brandt (w/Amanda) | On March 23, after three days of wildly conflicting police testimony, New York's Judge Burke cleared the remaining charges against seven young defendants who were attacked by the NYPD at a November 2003 Anarchist People of Color (APOC) party in central Brooklyn. The defendants faced an average of ten spurious charges each, including rioting, attempted assault on a police officer, menacing and others. more...  4 Comments

Parks not Condos! Williamsburg/Greenpoint Waterfront Festival 4/24!!!

Parks Not Condos! | Festival of Resistance Sunday April 24th, 2pm Grand Street Park. Celebrate our community and resist Bloomberg's Williamsburg/Greenpoint development plans! more...  2 Comments

Tonight Cable: P1&2 WBAI Conflict Grows

John Riley | Part two of the miniseries about WBAI Board Member Paul DeRienzo's suspension for misconduct. Broadcast in Manhattan tonight at 10pm. Part one is broadcast in Brooklyn Tuesday at 12:30pm and 9pm. more...  5 Comments

Time's Up! Weekly Movie Night. 4/14 Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas w/ HST Commentary

Timmy | Thursday, April 14th 49 E. Houston St. btw. Mott and Mulberry St. 8pm more...  4 Comments

WBAI's Building Bridges Monday Night:Fight for Jobs at the Plaza;Domestic Workers United;Singer Nora York

Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | WBAI Radio's Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report Produced & Hosted by Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash Monday, April 11, 2005, 7 - 8 p.m. EST, over 99.5 FM or streaming live at more...  0 Comments

Celebrate the Possibilities of the Creative Human Spirit: Come to the Concert for Peace This Afternoon!

Matthea Marquart | more...  0 Comments

Teachers and Classmates Express Outrage at Arrest of Girl, 16, as a Terrorist Threat

less talk more rock | more...  7 Comments

Juanita Young Update: Motion to Dismiss filed

October 22nd Coalition--New York | A "Motion to Dismiss in the Interest of Justice" was filed in Bronx Supreme Court by Juanita Young's attorney, Geoffrey Stewart, on Wednesday, March 30th. more...  0 Comments

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