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Ebola pushing gorrilas and chimpanzees to exctinction

exctinction event | New research published in the journal - strong evidence that Ebola killed at least 5,000 gorillas at a single site. more...  0 Comments

Iraq is for all the marbles

Pepe Escobar | "Any "leftest" committed to defeating the US/UK imperial venture in Iraq should read read the article below. Though it is a little dated now, it tells us clearly about the divide and rule plan neocons are undertaking in that hapless land. But make no mistake, this one is for all the marbles. Like time at the speed of light, "it would have a stop." If the invaders are foiled in their plan to steal the wealth of Iraq, it will be imperialism that will "have a stop." This is why so many of our "leaders" are fond of saying "failure in Iraq is not an option." Capitalism runs on oil. Without more of the precious crude, and soon, it will end. If you truely want a "new world," no effort to defeat the occupation of Iraq can be sparred." more...  0 Comments

CINDY SHEEHAN & 3 other peace women awaiting verdict.

Nancy K | Cindy Sheehan, Medea Benjamin, Gold Star Aunt Missy Beattie, and Rev. Patricia Ackerman have been on trial all this past week for 5 charges (trespassing, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and obstructing government administration) stemming from their arrests on March 6th, 2006 while trying to deliver a peace petition to the US Mission to the United Nations for International Womens Day.The case was sent to the jury on Friday at 2:30 PM and there was no verdict by 6:30 PM so the case was extended until Monday at 9:30 am at the NYC criminal court at 100 Centre St, NYC on the 4th floor.

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Surveillance Camera Players: Ten-Year Report

SCP archival | On the 10th anniversary, a 10-year report by the Surveillance Camera Players. more...  4 Comments

Screening of Brown Paper Bags

Ephraim Benton | Known for its many different uses, from storage to defining social class, Brown Paper Bags delves into the many uses of a brown paper bag in the black community. Set in the boroughs of New York City, a series of interconnected dramas unfold, linking various peoples to a brown paper bag. Spanning twenty four hours, the audience will explore its many facets.

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The Police Stories of Candelaria (Puerto Rico) and New York City

Juan Antonio Ocasio Rivera | The streets of New York City and the residential areas of Candelaria, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico are witnessing disturbing scenes of police violence and abuse. While marches and demands for justice take place here in New York, the residents of Candelaria are beginning to overcome the effects of police terrorism and are demanding justice and freedom from the humiliating abuse heaped upon them by local police. more...  1 Comments

Indian Activist, Community Journalist Killed in Oaxaca

AP | Assailants shot dead an Indian activist in Mexico's conflict-ridden state of Oaxaca, police said today. It was not clear if the killing was connected to months of political violence in the historic state capital that has left at least nine people dead. more...  0 Comments

Big Lynne Stewart Celebration TONIGHT!


Join Lynne Stewart and the Lynne Stewart Defense Committee in

THANKING YOU for your support over these last 4+ years
and Commemorating Mumia Abu Jamal's 25 years in prison
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Holiday card writing party for Political Prisoners-Sunday, 3pm in Brooklyn

Resistance in Brooklyn | Sunday, December 10, 2006
309 Park Place (between Vanderbilt and Underhill)
Brooklyn, New York more...  0 Comments

Venezuela: First Congress Communication towards the Socialism

Roja Rojita | The subjects that will be treated in the first congress are: socialization of the massive communication and the democratization of the Radioelectric space; appropriation and control to copular of means of communicational production; regional and popular and popular appropriation of mass media of the State; shared in common integration of the towns through mass media; liberation of the language and participation of the workers in the ways of communicational production and, forms and aesthetic in the socialist communication. more...  0 Comments

Who Rules Columbia?--Part 2

columbiawatch | If you're interested in learning more about the hidden history of Columbia University, you'll probably find NACLA's 1968 pamphlet, "Who Rules Columbia?", to be useful. more...  0 Comments


MARKIN | AN 80TH RECOMMENDATION more...  0 Comments

Federal Officials Raid Oaxaca Police Offices

NYTimes | Six days after President Felipe Calderón took office, federal agents raided the prosecutor’s office and state police headquarters on Friday in the troubled southern state of Oaxaca, where state law-enforcement authorities have failed to arrest anyone in the killings of at least 11 antigovernment protesters and a New York City journalist.
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Thursday, December 14, 7:30pm
Hunter College
Room 436 North Building - 4th floor
enter 69th street between Lexington & Park Avenues
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What is NYC doing DEC22nd in solidarity with Oaxaca?

mollie | the zapatistas called for solidarity---wondering what the people of new york are doing to show it more...  1 Comments

Indymedia editors- Where's information about Brad's murder and Oaxaca?

just me | I was trying to find a list of targets for boycotts etc. of corporations in Oaxaca benefiting from death and repression there. Couldn't find it or a link to a page with more information about Brad Will - Indymedia journalist, friend of many in NYC, activist - and his murder, the status of the investigation into it, and announcements around that and what's happening in Oaxaca!

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(VIDEO):Venezuela - Workers' Control

Roja Rojita | Hands Off Venezuela tours Sanitarios Maracay, a factory in Venezuela under workers control, to learn more about the revolutionary process taking place there, and to offer solidarity to the workers. more...  1 Comments

The Death of Jeane Kirkpatrick

Glad Tidings and Good Cheer | The American political scene, in its more than 200 years plus history, has seen (and been filled) with more than its share of political harpies; Jeane Kirkpatrick is one such example. more...  0 Comments

Who Rules Columbia? Part 1

columbiawatch | If you're interested in finding out the hidden history of Columbia University, you'll probably find the 1968 NACLA pamphlet, "Who Rules Columbia?" to be informative. more...  1 Comments

El Puente Campaign Garners Victory, But More Work Looms

T. Dohery | ***The Organizing Meeting on December 9th is cancelled and the Rally on December 12th is postponed.***
After eight weeks of hard work, and nearly 5,000 petition signatures sent to Mayor Bloomberg, our Campaign for Justice has yielded a victory on our demand to move the El Puente Academy for Peace & Justice to a temporary home at Boricua College. Additionally, DOE sources indicate they are close to finalizing another demand to secure a permanent building for the Academy. more...  0 Comments

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