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Callout: 5 Days of Direct Action and Economic Sabotage!!!

anonymous | Callout for 5 days of decentralized direct action and economic sabotage
Across Turtle Island (North America)
August 17-21, to culminate August 20 & 21,
The days of the SPP meetings in Montebello, Québec. more...  0 Comments

NYC ARA Organizing Meeting 7/21 7PM!

Lauren | NYC Anti Racist Action will be holding its first organizing meeting on July 21st at 7pm, immediately following the NYMAA GA. We'll meet at Judson Memorial Church and go from there. more...  0 Comments

Press Release :: DWU Protest :: Tomorrow

DWU | Roslyn, NY – On Saturday, July 21, 2007, nannies, housekeepers and
supporters will demand justice for Marina, a Colombian domestic worker
where she was employed as a live-in worker in 2000. Marina faced
deplorable conditions while working with the family. Marina was hired
to care for Carmela's disabled son. more...  0 Comments

Celebrate First Amendment before Critical Mass

savitri d | Join us. Demonstrate a fierce and convivial spirit of non cooperation with New York City’s laws and “regulations” regarding meeting, filming, shouting, biking, parading, and dancing which, taken together comprise a serious threat to our freedom as well as our ability to defend that freedom. more...  3 Comments

nazis in the northeast: what are we gonna do?

autonomous antifascist | list of upcoming fascist white supremacist get-togethers in the northeast (NH, MA and PA). what are we gonna do about it? more...  1 Comments

Domestic Workers United Protest :: This Saturday

***Domestic Workers Rally in Roslyn at an Abusive Employer's Residence***
Marina is a domestic worker who was exploited by Carmela Meluzio.

7:30PM-9:00PM more...  0 Comments

NY Fil-Ams Hit SC Summit, Gears for State of the Nation Address

Filexpress | NEW YORK - The New York Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines (NYCHRP) criticized the Supreme Court's (SC)National Summit for Extra Judicial Killings and Enforced Disappearances in Manila as hypocritical and a desperate attempt of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (GMA) to smokescreen her regime's crumbling record on human rights. more...  0 Comments

Domestic Workers Take US Social Forum By Storm; Form National Alliance

Brent Perdue | During the US Social Forum, New York-based Domestic Workers United (DWU) and over ten other domestic worker organizations from California to Maryland founded a historic national network of domestic workers to link their struggles and more effectively agitate for change. As Celeste Escobar of DWU commented, "We need it more now than ever…"

Stemming from the history of slavery, domestic workers are excluded from most basic labor protections US workers enjoy. And that legacy continues as nearly the whole workforce is foreign-born women of color, who are forced to migrate to the United States in search of viable employment opportunities. more...  0 Comments

PREAPPRENTICED discrimination and deunionization in NYC construction

Gregory A. Butler, local 608 carpenter | After 40 years, the City of New York has returned to racist tokenism in it's so called "minority worker training programs" in the construction industry. Why do the City and it's contractors they think they can get away with this? And what can construction workers of color - and our allies in other industries - do about this? more...  0 Comments

The Beating of Black Lawyers

Mumia Abu-Jamal | Well-known human rights attorney Michael Tarif Warren, and his wife, Evelyn (also a lawyer), were driving down Brooklyn's Vanderbilt Avenue, when they spotted a Black youth being chased by cops across a McDonald's parking lot. more...  0 Comments

Dr. Wasfi: "For Iraqis, it's 9/11 every day."

Dahlia Wasfi, MD | Dr. Wasfi concluded her prepared remarks with this question: " Since 1958, Iraqis have hoped that each regime change might bring a better life. Have they hit rock bottom now?" more...  0 Comments

National Irish Freedom Committee's Free Forum Video Discussion Series Segment 8

Brian Wardlow | Video Discussion on Irish Republican Issues that are censored, ignored, or misrepresented by the mainstream media. more...  0 Comments

A Pound of Flesh: post 9/11 racism at an American university

Sudhama Ranganathan | For three years harassment, discrimination and racism were heaped upon me at a small landscape architecture program I attended at The University of Connecticut. It was all due to the false idea I was somehow an Islamic terrorist in disguise. It's my post 9/11 story. more...  0 Comments

Ninja Doll’s Scorched Earth Policy: 7 Haikus for July 4th

warcry | Happy Flag Burning Day comrades!

I wrote some Haikus for the 4th of fuckin July. Enjoy.
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Have a Incarcerated Love One in Virginia State Prison System?

R. I. H. D., nonprofit volunteer group | Live in New York and have an incarcerated love one in Virginia State Prison System that is under the Post 1995 Non-parole Sentencing guideline. There is a proposed Legislative Bill that will allow for prisoner education & rehabilitation with "earned" sentence credit. For additional information contact Resource Information Help for the Disadvantaged (RIHD) a nonprofit, volunteer organization assisting at-risk youth, prisoner, ex-offender and their families/loved ones with self-help rehabilitation and "smart" legislative advocacy. more...  0 Comments

Take Action: Starbucks Barista Homeless After Racist Demotion

Worker Freedom | Take Action: Starbucks Barista Homeless After Racist Demotion more...  0 Comments

Building Bridges:Michael Moore Interview;Plessy v.Ferguson Redeux;Chiquita Kills

Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | WBAI Radio's Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report
Produced & Hosted by Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash
Monday, July 2, 2007, 7 - 8 p.m. EST, over 99.5 FM
or streaming live at
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Domestic Workers at National Meeting of Domestic Workers Organizations in the US

Domestic Workers United | Atlanta, GA – At the close of the legislative session New York, domestic workers celebrated significant gains in support and momentum toward passing their proposal for a statewide Bill of Rights for domestic workers, including a living wage and basic benefits. Today, they will begin a four-day meeting to share their victories and struggles with twelve other domestic workers organizations from across the country in a national dialogue on organizing to build the power of the domestic workforce in the US. more...  0 Comments

Joy of Resistance multi-cultural feminist radio Thursday at 11 a.m.

Joy of Resistance radio collective | Joy of Resistance, WBAI radio's multi-cultural feminist radio program, returns to the airwaves at 11 a.m. Thursday. Joy of Resistance is heard the fourth Thursday of each month on WBAI, 99.5 FM, and online at
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CIA Finally Releases 1973 "Family Jewels" Document - Partial Synopsis of Chap 1

Varlet | The CIA has, after a long battle against activists and journalists using the "Freedom of Information Act", finally released a document outlining the "most sensitive operations" it had undertaken from the 1950s through 1973. more...  0 Comments

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