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Earthrace comes to NYC

captain crunch | Earthrace is a bid to break the world record for circumnavigating the globe in a powerboat, and using only renewable fuels. The boat is schedule to be in New York, Wednesday-Sunday Nov 15-19 at the docks by the WTC site adjacent to West & Liberty streets (north end of South End Avenue) more...  1 Comments

VIDEOS SHOW BOGUS TICKETING BY NYPD AT CRITICAL MASS

madhatter | VIDEOS SHOW BOGUS TICKETING BY NYPD AT CRITICAL MASS more...  0 Comments

WED NOV 15th Pace Students Call for University Reform

Lauren | On Nov 15th, Students will hold a press conference at 3pm at City Hall and a 3:30pm Protest at Pace University to call for:

1)The investigation of the Board of Trustees by the State Regents
2) University Policy Reform with Student Input
3) That University President David A. Caputo


Here is the press release put out:









For Further Information contact:
Lauren Giaccone: 917-597-3203
Brian Kelly: 845-649-2146
email: pace@studentsforademocraticsociety.org


Students, SDS demand change and accountability at Pace University.


On Wednesday, November 15th, 2006, students will gather at press conference on the steps of City Hall at 3PM to call for the resignation of Pace University President David A. Caputo. Following the Press Conference, Students for a Democratic Society will hold a protest outside of Pace University at 1 Pace Plaza. Students at Pace University are demanding change as the university plummets into a financial crisis. The students will outline 3 key demands: that David A. Caputo step down as University President, that the Board of Trustees be investigated by the State Regents for corruption, and that real policy changes take place with more student input.


"I think it's definitely high-time that the University makes major changes in order to better suit students’ needs and promote freedom in a social and academic setting. I think we are being hindered in those ways," says Pace student Lisa Basille.


Pace University is in a financial crisis: enrollment is down, classes are being cut, a hiring freeze is in place and tuition and fees have risen.
All the while, David A. Caputo, President of Pace University took a salary raise. Caputo, making near $700,000, is one of the highest paid university Presidents in the country. Students are demanding his resignation and that he return his recent raise back to the students. Students also demand that the Board of Trustees be investigated by the State Regents for corruption.
Beyond this, students also demand that more student input and representation be included in policies. Current university policies do not foster the free exchange of ideas and in fact, suppress it. Recently, students were threatened with arrest and suspension for posting "unapproved" fliers.



Pace student and member of Students for a Democratic Society, Lauren
Giaccone stated, "We have hope that this university can change for the better. Pace University has so much potential, unfortunately the Administration is holding it back. The students must take the University back for themselves. We need a democratic University that values the input of its students and respects the rights of everyone."




For more information on Students for a Democratic Society at Pace University, go to their website at newsds.org/pace


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Bring the Mandate for Peace to Washington DC on Jan. 27

UFPJ Action Alert | Join United for Peace and Justice in a massive march on Washington, D.C., on Sat., January 27, to call on Congress to take immediate action to end the war. more...  1 Comments

http://bradwill.blogspot.com/

spanish |  http://bradwill.blogspot.com/ more...  0 Comments

Time's Up! Events: "Venesula Rising" Sreening and Bike Repair Workshop

Time's Up! | Thursday, November 16th
Bike Repair Workshop 6:00 pm
Film Screening 8:00 pm

This Thursday Night come to Time's Up! early to tune-up you bike at our open workshop, then stay late for the viewing of "Venesula Rising" *movie description below*
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Hot Off The Press! The Latest Issue of the New York Rat is Out Now!

the black r(A)t collective | You can always be assured to find a copy of the New York Rat at the following places:

Bluestockings
Time's Up!
St. Mark's Books
St. Mark's Church
Vox Pop

as well as many other random locations and radical events throughout the city! more...  1 Comments

Suit Filed Against Rumsfeld for Alleged War Crimes

madhatter | Suit Filed Against Rumsfeld for Alleged War Crimes more...  0 Comments

NEW FACES, SAME AGENDA

Stephen Lendman | No real change will come from the mid-term elections. more...  0 Comments

Tonight: ICE @ Bluestockings

Joshua Breitbart | Tuesday, November 14th @ 7PM - $5 Suggested
“Ice” (Robert Kramer, 1969) more...  0 Comments

Full Audio from Brad Will Memorial

August Sound Coalition | Brad Will Memorial
St Mark's Church
New York, NY
November 11, 2006 more...  0 Comments

Photos from the Brad Will Memorial, March and Action (3)

onto | From the deepest of sadness to the highest of joys, the memorial day was quite an amazing event. more...  0 Comments

Photos from the Brad Will Memorial, March and Action (2)

onto | From the deepest of sadness to the highest of joys, the memorial day was quite an amazing event. more...  0 Comments

11 Indigenous Murdered in Chiapas

Narco News | Note: published by Narco News 11/13 - not confirmed yet by other sources as of 11/14.

 http://narconews.com/Issue43/article2339.html more...  1 Comments

Mexico: Who’s behind the bombings?

By Fred Rosen | Among the commentators and columnists who have attempted to explain the probable origins of the (apparently) eight bombs planted late last Sunday night in various locations around the center of Mexico City, there have been two major schools of speculation. more...  0 Comments

Hunter and DOE Threaten to Demolish 6 Interracial Schools in Affluent Neigbhorhood: Community Protests

Amy Wolf | Participants say that without the community's knowledge, a deal was quietly hatched to take a wrecking ball to the historic Julia Richman Education Complex (JREC) on Manhattan's upper east side. Four high schools, a school for autistic children, and an elementary school for children whose parents work in the area are affected by Hunter’s plans to erect a towering science facility, adding a potential 15,000 people to this residential neighborhood. more...  0 Comments

Mexican Consulate Demo: CUNY Union in Solidarity

Ida C. Benedetto | Despite the rain, some 75 to 100 members of the CUNY Faculty and Staff Union showed their solidarity for the teachers in Oaxaca by demonstraiting at the Mexican Consualte at 4:30 on Monday. more...  1 Comments

Models of Devaluation

Wilhelm Heitmeyer | Disintegration has three central dimensiosn and starts when access to the functioning systems of society becomes unstable.. Democratic substance can be lost when citizens are told they have no influence and are not needed. more...  0 Comments

Upcoming Events and Worldwide Direct Action in Support of Oaxaca on November 20th

el enemigo común | "On November 20, blockades will be set up to show the Mexican government we mean business. We are calling upon YOU to join in these blockades. That could mean blockading the consulates’ websites, jamming their phone lines with calls about the conflict in Oaxaca, occupying the offices of the consuls, or shutting down the roads around the consulates in whatever way you see fit." - EZLN

please add more events as a comment

Donate in Solidarity with Oaxaca
http://elenemigocomun.net/donate

Oaxaca is calling for US to get Organized
http://elenemigocomun.net/442

Global Solidarity with Oaxaca
http://vientos.info/cml/?q=node/6340 more...  2 Comments

Oaxaca Solidarity Actions in Vienna

viva la autonomia | A couple of protests in solidarity with the rebels in Oaxaca took place in Vienna already. Next actions planed for November 20 and December 1, 2006. more...  1 Comments

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