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Come to the 2nd Northeast Anarchist Consulta! April 7-8

Consultator | The 2nd Northeast Anarchist Consulta is being held this coming weekend at UMass Amherst in order to organize, strategize, build a network/federation, confront the issues of oppression and priviledge in our movement, and prepare for a massive Week of Resistance this May. more...  1 Comments

Ramapo High School Walkout in Support of Teachers

Adam | Students from Ramapo High School in Franklin Lakes, NJ are going to walk out of classes on Monday in support of the teachers in their on-going dispute with the Board of Education. The teachers in the Ramapo-Indian Hills district have been working all year without a contract. more...  1 Comments

North-East Anarchist Consulta

Jack Hawkins | The 2nd North-East Anarchist Consulta is being held this coming weekend at Umass Amherst in order to organize, strategize, start confronting the issues of oppression and priviledge in our movement, and to prepare for a massive Week of Resistance this May in defense of migrant workers' rights and in opposition to the Biotech Convention [coming to Boston 6-9 May] more...  0 Comments

NYC Concedes Defeat and Drops Major Lawsuit Against Time's Up!

Times Up! | The City of New York quietly dropped a major lawsuit against TIME'S UP! after two years of legal browbeating at taxpayers' expense. In the lawsuit, filed March 22, 2005, the City claimed that cyclists riding together in a group are required to apply for a parade permit. The lawsuit against TIME'S UP! and four of its volunteers sought to inhibit their right to free speech and to freely assemble in public space.



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The New Yorker covers World Can't Wait & SDS bus ride to DC protest

Raffi Khatchadourian (reposted) | At 5:30 A.M. one recent Saturday, twenty or so people stood huddled in the northeast corner of Union Square. They were waiting for buses that would take them to Washington, D.C., for a protest at the Pentagon, timed to coincide with the fourth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, and, more or less, with the fortieth anniversary of the 1967 March on the Pentagon. Among those gathered were members of the pro-impeachment organization World Can’t Wait (which had chartered two buses), some Revolutionary Communists, and a contingent from Students for a Democratic Society—this final group being remarkable because, until last year, it had been dormant for nearly four decades. more...  3 Comments

Building Bridges Monday:ACT UP Health Care for All;Saigon Grill's Sweats Labor

Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | WBAI Radio's Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report
Produced & Hosted by Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash
Monday, March 26, 2007, 7 - 8 p.m. EST, over 99.5 FM
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"People's Rally for Peace and Justice" in Newark, NJ

Erik-Anders Nilsson | Held by the “Peace and Justice Coalition”, a group of over 124 endorsing peace and justice organizations, and led mainly by The People’s Organization For Progress” (a Newark based peace and justice group whose Chairman is Mr. Larry Hamm), the Essex County College hosted event in Newark, NJ was attended by more than 600 activists.

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Cached intervention is a crime to the senate BILL NELSON/PAT ROBERTS/JOHN WARNER

Jason/James Dedrick |  http://nyc.indymedia.org/en/2007/03/84417.shtml more...  0 Comments

Using Surveillance Cameras to Make Theater

Andres Hax | published approximately one month ago more...  0 Comments

NY Post, Gossip Girls Scramble to Slander Truthseekers

Ytzhak | Richard Johnson, in the Post, believes it is a “twisted theory that the United States government was behind the 9/11 terror attacks,” never mind plenty of historical precedent. But the Gossip Girls and the Post, of course, would rather you bone up on Angelina Joline’s “Baby Bungle” and the “Crying Girl” of American Idol and leave the history for the professors.
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Engendering Colonialism film/panel this Sunday March 25 3PM NYC

Liliokulani | Join us for a free screening and discussion of "Engendering Colonialism: The Effect of 100 Years of U.S. Colonialism on Women in Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and The Philippines," looking at 100 years of U.S. colonialism and its impact on the women of Hawai'i, Cuba, the Philippines and Puerto Rico - and their resistance to it. more...  1 Comments

Major Mobilization for Farmworker Justice - Three weeks to go!

CIW | In just a few short weeks, farmworkers from the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) and their allies will travel from Immokalee, FL – home of one of the largest farmworker communities in the country – to Chicago, IL, home of the world’s largest restaurant chain, McDonald’s. The "2007 Truth Tour: Behind the Golden Arches” will culminate in two national days of action on April 13th and 14th in the Chicago area marking a new phase in the Campaign for Fair Food. Now is the time to finalize plans to join us for these historic actions! more...  0 Comments

Brecht Forum Tonight:Teaching Current Events in the Classroom

IndyKids | Why should even young children be informed on community and world events? Mainstream educators may feel that children should be shielded from the violence, inequities and complex problems facing society, while many feel that examining critical issues is as important as basic literacy.

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NYPD spins surveillance cameras

Newsday/SCP administrative services | where are the hard facts? the reliable statistics? nowhere to be found. more...  0 Comments

Queer films, with Homotopia in NY

homotopia | March 27, 2007 7pm NYU FREE
March, 28 2007 - 7pm Sarah Lawrence College FREE
March 29 2007 9pm Vassar College FREE more...  0 Comments

m19 anti recruiting action in Brooklyn!

in our hearts | Today March 19th the fourth anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq, a small but spirited group of 45 (more or less) anarchists and anti war activists marched from the Atlantic Center in Brooklyn to the near by Times Plaza US Armed Forces recruiting center. more...  6 Comments

Subway Riders Say Stop the War

rebecca | On Sunday, March 18th, a small group of friends met up to create a photo petition of New Yorkers who oppose the war. We set out to gather photos to bind together and present to Clinton and Schumer as a visual testament to the strong opposition to the war here in their district. more...  2 Comments

A Ride to end all Wars -- a shocking success

time's up! | While the war still surges, one battle was won : the battle of nyc streets. The ride to end all wars proved that it is possible for 50 riders to ride through the city, without a permit, and without significant police harrassment. more...  3 Comments

IndyKids Needs Writers!

IndyKids Staff | Help Plan Issue #9
Monday, March 19, 2007
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Building Bridges:UFT Election Debate;March to the End the War;Bell Indictments

Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | WBAI Radio's Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report
Produced & Hosted by Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash
Monday, March 19, 2007, 7 - 8 p.m. EST, over 99.5 FM
or streaming live at  http://www.wbai.org
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