Glass Bead Collective | 50 Shots and a Mule focuses on December 16 and December 22nd protests against police brutality sparked by NYPD murder of Sean Bell on his wedding day. The second part of the film was shot with a combination of regular and 360 degree "immersive" cameras.
MARKIN | IMMEDIATE WITHDRAWAL FROM IRAQ more... 0 Comments
turoe | In flagrent contempt of best archaeological and ecological practice, a systematic campaign of tree felling, earth clearance and monument removal has begun at the Hill of Tara. This is even before the Public Private Partnership (PPP) contract for the M3 Motorway, through the Tara / Skryne Valley, has even been signed. Daily protests are taking place, every 7am in the morning at the Hill of Tara car park. more... 0 Comments
anonymous | Remember the people in LA whose homes were raided after protesting POM's animal testing? Well, those raids are being indirectly cited by Whole Foods as reason to get rid of all POM products by April 1 this year. more... 4 Comments
Jay Shaft | Two previously unreleased audio interviews with Spc. Douglas Barber, who served in Iraq with the Ohio National Guard. Released to commemorate the one year anniversary of his suicide due to untreated PTSD and overwhelming mental trauma.
ren | The film confronts both cultural and economic globalism by humanizing
African People's Solidarity Committee | On February 5th, human rights activists will hold a demonstration at the New York City Hilton Hotel where the 4th Annual Rapaport International Diamond Conference will take place. The diamond is on the defensive. more... 0 Comments
interventionist left | The iron fist of McDonald Douglas protects the soft fist of McDonalds. Militarism is the back side of capitalism. We must resist normalization of war and militarization of foreign policy. Culture shock, critical thinking and love for life and the future can change priorities and free us from fatalism, resignation, helplessness and the warrior cult, the bitter fruit of "failed states" (Noam Chomsky). more... 0 Comments
Win Animal Rights | Saturday, Jan. 20, 2007 - Meet at Lexington Avenue and 86th Street at 4:00 PM
Diane Krauthamer | On January 15, 2007, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, over one hundred and twenty IWW union members, supporters and labor movement allies marched on and picketed the warehouse of Handyfat Trading Inc. in Brooklyn, where union workers were recently fired. Read the full story here: http://nyc.indymedia.org/en/2007/01/82008.html more... 0 Comments
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Tom Howard | On January 15, 2007, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, over one hundred and twenty IWW union members, supporters and labor movement allies marched on and picketed the warehouse of Handyfat Trading Inc. in Brooklyn. Ten days earlier, Handyfat owner Dennis Ho illegally fired nine workers in retaliation for their union activity, but allegedly over immigration status. Monday, Ho shut down Handyfat’s operations rather than face the picketing workers, at a loss of tens of thousands of dollars in business.
Adalah-NY | Connecticut United for Peace (CTUP), and Adalah-NY: The Coalition for Justice in the Middle East are calling for a national contingent to march against the occupation of Iraq, against the occupation of Palestine, against the attacks on Lebanon, against attacks and other aggressions on Iran and Syria, and for justice in all of the Middle East. more... 0 Comments
The Opportunity Agenda | Health Care That Works is a new website designed to visually illustrate the economic and racial disparities that exist in New York City's health care system, and drive all New Yorker's of conscience to take action by emailing their elected officials. more... 0 Comments
Raquel Holway | En la busqueda de una sociedad mas justa, mas
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Manhattan Neighborhood Network | Manhattan Neighborhood Network's Youth Channel will be hosting Ideas & Identities, a special screening of youth-created videos at the Anthology Film Archives, located at 32 Second Ave. We will be highlighting exceptional youth media created by members of the Lower East Side Girls Club, the TRUCE program at Harlem Children's Zone, as well as featuring "Beyond the Hijab: Struggling Against Stereotypes", an original Youth Channel production about growing up as a African-American Muslim woman.
@ | The 2 anarchists on hunger strike are now in hospital, facing harassment as their condition deterriorates.
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