Critical Mass | There wil be a June 24 Critical Mass pre-ride vigil for Andrew Morgan at 6pm, Corner of Elizabeth and Houston.
Critical Mass asks: "Kindly come by and show support and solidarity with the plight of all NYC cyclists, and save a moment of thought for the Andrew Morgan. If you can, stop by on way to multiple starting points."
Meanwhile, other NYC cyclists continue to die on city streets. A 12 year old Harlem boy is in critical condition after being hit by a livery cab yesterday. ["A mere sampling of the devastation wrought on our communities by out of control motorists"]more... 3 Comments
onNYTurf | Just so nobody misses it, the Supreme Court gave local governments wide latitude in determining when they may sieze personal property and then hand that property over to another private owner. The Full Story is a must read. more... 5 Comments
nycbkr | more... 1 Comments
a wolf | Film Screening in Queens Tonight on Trials of Immigration more... 0 Comments
Binge Franklin | join the new call for a government that is truly of, by and for the people more... 7 Comments
nycbkr | more... 6 Comments
gustavo | Devastation of cyclists continues, another killed more... 25 Comments
Grassroots Haiti Solidarity Committee | Vigil in front of the United Nations Date: Thursday, June 23, 2005 Time: 4 to 7 p.m. Place: Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, 47 Street & First Avenue more... 0 Comments
save our square now | washington sq park demo more... 3 Comments
Met Council on Housing | more... 2 Comments
Caitlin Benedetto | With Pride week underway, here's some stuff that's happeneing... more... 0 Comments
end occupation | more... 31 Comments
lefter, warmer | I received this message in my email today. Read on: The Zapatistas have declared a Red Alert. What does this mean? What can we do in solidarity? Information sharing and discussion WEDNESDAY JUNE 22, 7pm, Tompkins Square Park Bandshell area. more... 0 Comments
Chris | This post is related to multiple posts and comments on this thread: http://nyc.indymedia.org/feature/display/152962/index.php more... 17 Comments
nyclaw | WHO IS THE IFTU? U.S. Labor Against the War (USLAW) is sponsoring a northeast tour for the Iraqi Federation of Trade Unions (IFTU). USLAW's conveners describe the IFTU as "a legitimate force for a progressive democratic sovereign Iraq," that is "organizing strikes and other militant actions against U.S. plans to privatize the economy" and "fighting for a future free from occupation." These claims, however, are contradicted by widely-available evidence that the IFTU is a pro-occupation mouthpiece for the Iraqi Communist Party (ICP) and Iyad Allawi's Iraqi National Accord (INA), and is bed with the same "AFL-CIA" alliance that has supported U.S. domination in Vietnam (1960s), Chile (1973), Nicaragua (1980s), Venezuela (2000s) and many other countries. more... 8 Comments
Alastair Thompson | The first conference aiming to unite the vast alternative education community and build it into a competitive political force is kicking off on June 22 at Russell Sage College in Troy, New York. more... 0 Comments
Guillermo Kuhl | Peace Activist June Brasharesâ€™ Trial to Begin this Week more... 2 Comments
Vincent Fischer | Wednesday, June 22nd 2005, 7:00 p.m., 208 W. 13th Street, NYC, NY. more... 1 Comments
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