AJLPP-USA | The AJLPP started as the Solidarity Committee for A Just and Lasting Peace in the Philippines ( SolCom ) that was formed by BAYAN International-USA with the International League of Peoples Struggle in the US in September 2002.
Mickey Z. | "GGE's mission is to improve the physical, psychological, social and economic development of girls and women," Van Deven told me. "GGE encourages communities to remove barriers and create opportunities for girls and women to live self-determined lives through a combination of advocacy, leadership and self-esteem development, community organizing, education, and service provision." more... 0 Comments
dola | Revolution Books Presents: more... 0 Comments
HCC-SDS | A Maryland Community College chapter of SDS would like to invite a radical youth bloc to the anti-war protest in DC. more... 46 Comments
CIW | PLEASE CIRCULATE WIDELY!
Lee W | Join with special guests Pam Africa, Dave Zirin (author of What’s My Name, Fool?), former death row prisoner Lawrence Hayes, and artists and activists to hear music from this important album and join the fight for justice. more... 1 Comments
Paige | Overview of encounter with military recruiters in Liberty Avenue and Lefferts Boulevard on a recent Saturday night. more... 0 Comments
Fernando Buen Abad Dominquez | Solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution more... 0 Comments
the kids | ome help celebrate the release of 'Fifth Estate’
MARKIN | THE DEMOCRATS PASS A VERY MINIMUM WAGE BILL more... 0 Comments
thematch | We invite you to come to the Democracy Center at 45 Mount Auburn st, on
La Haine | New website by Georges Labica more... 0 Comments
Various | Join the IWW in celebrating Martin Luther King Jr's birthday with a march through industrial Brooklyn to protest the illegal firings of 22 warehouse workers [Read More] || Building Bridges Monday Night: Martin Luther King, Jr., The Man, The Struggle, The Legacy [Read More] || Dr. Suzan D. Johnson Cook Honors MLK Jr.’s Memory [Read More] || The Day After Martin Luther King Jr. Died: Riots and Rebellion [Read More] || King on Nkrumah and the independence of Ghana [Read More]
William Hughes | Martin Luther King Jr., a hero of the Civil Rights Movement, was assassinated in Memphis, TN, on April 4, 1968. His impressive legacy, however, lives on. For the last 25 years, the Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore has honored his memory with a commemorative lecture. On Jan. 13, 2007, Dr. Suzan Johnson Cook filled that role with distinction. She called on her audience to do their part, “to make a difference,” and to be “strengthened by our struggle.” more... 0 Comments
D | Join the IWW in celebrating Martin Luther King Jr's birthday with a march through industrial Brooklyn to protest the illegal firings of 22 warehouse workers more... 0 Comments
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | Radio WBAI's Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report
March 19 Peace Actions Coalition | We're looking for socially-conscious artists that want to reach out to the public with an antiwar message or peace-loving sensibility on the weekend of March 16-19 - the 4th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. more... 0 Comments
Wolfgang Storz | Basic income would revolutionize today's work society. Workers would gain negotiating power and employers would have to pay more for onerous work. Everyone would receive a basic income without being tested for neediness or being forced to a return favor. Imagine no possessions in a society focused on integration, human dignity, participation and cooperation! more... 0 Comments
Stephen Lendman | The corruption of US holidays for patriotism and profit. more... 0 Comments
oaxaca | * Cárcel de Miahuatlán, Oaxaca: Desalojo y detenciones tras manifestación por la libertad de presos políticos more... 0 CommentsPage 280 | Page 278
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