NYCLAW -- New York City Labor Against the War | "This is more 'Groundhog Day' than a fresh start." more... 0 Comments
Kenny Schaeffer | After nearly 50 years of Republican control of the New York State Senate, Democrats and the Working Families Party unseated two long-term incumbents to gain a 32-30 majority on Nov. 4. This should pave the way for long-overdue legislation to address New York City’s housing crisis that tenants’ groups have been working on for years. more... 0 Comments
NYCLAW -- New York City Labor Against the War | Despite SOFA, U.S. Withdrawal Still Depends, Says Admiral Mullen: Asked if the agreement could be changed, he said "that's theoretically possible". more... 0 Comments
NYCLAW -- New York City Labor Against the War | [I]t will be interesting to see how antiwar activists react to this. Are they antiwar or just anti-Republican? more... 0 Comments
Robert Seth Hayes Support Committee | Robert “Seth” Hayes is a U.S. political prisoner and former member of the Black Panther Party who has been imprisoned in New York state for more than three decades. When Seth was convicted in 1974, his sentence was 25 years to life. The implicit understanding at the time of his sentencing was that Seth would serve 25 years as a minimum, after which time he would be eligible for release based on his record and conduct in prison.
Free Mumia Coalition, Resistance in Brooklyn | Participants in the panel discussion will include the Rev. Claudia de la Cruz of Iglesia San Romera de las Americas, Francisco Torres of the San Francisco 8, former political prisoner Tariq Haskins, Matt Meyer, editor of Let Freedom Ring, Ramona Africa, MOVE, Janine Green of Anarchist Black Cross, and Suzanne Ross of the Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition (NYC), with Esperanza Martell as facilitator. more... 0 Comments
Trenton Anti-Racist Action | December 10, 2008 marks the 60th anniversary of the United Nation's Universal Declaration of Human Rights. On this day, Trenton Anti-Racist Action will be holding a demonstration against the inhumane treatment of the prison population here in Trenton, as well as throughout the United States. more... 2 Comments
NYCLAW -- New York City Labor Against the War | The campaign to elect the president is over. The campaign to make the president DO what he was elected FOR is underway. more... 0 Comments
forwarded by Skinny John | Marcello Lucero is dead, murdered by a group of alienated racist teenagers, maybe despondent over McCain-Palin's loss (though Obama also supports the apartheid wall on the artificial Mexican-u.s. "border"), and angry at the world. more... 0 Comments
NYCLAW -- New York City Labor Against the War | We believe that veterans and active-duty GIs are in a key position to stop illegal and unjust war, and we are inspired by the resistance of troops who stood against the war in Vietnam. more... 0 Comments
The Politics of Immigration | Enemy Alien: The Fight to Free Palestinian Activist Farouk Abdel-Muhti more... 2 Comments
FreeMumia.com | Check out this new statement from Pastor Claudia De la Cruz of the San Romero de Las Américas Church –UCC in New York City. If you're in NYC, go to FreeMumia.com for more information about taking a bus to Philly for the Dec. 6 protest. more... 0 Comments
NYCLAW -- New York City Labor Against the War | Tens of millions of people want a new direction. The question is whether they can be organized to fight for it. more... 0 Comments
NYCLAW -- New York City Labor Against the War | "The basic difference is going to be style." more... 0 Comments
NYCLAW -- New York City Labor Against the War | "Obama will be able to work with his European allies to do a better job of selling the war to skeptical publics." more... 0 Comments
NYCLAW -- New York City Labor Against the War | Election Day Reality Check more... 0 Comments
NYC ABCF | Call NY Governor David A. Paterson between 9am and 1pm Eastern Standard
John Tarleton | Long before Bush-bashing became commonplace, radicals were speaking out from Day One and protesting against the policies of the most reactionary administration in modern U.S. history. Now, after eight long years, America stands on the verge of electing a charismatic, highly intelligent, moderate-to-liberal African-American president. So, who doesn’t want to party even if there are many reasons to be wary of Obama’s agenda and the people who are backing him?
Michael Fox | Democracy is not something that happens once every four years when you go vote for President, Senator, governor or congressman. It should be an every day act. We can no longer leave important local, regional or national decisions in the hands of our elected representatives alone. hey should be held accountable, not to their campaign contributors, but to the citizens who they are supposed to represent. So when we go vote tomorrow, we should not only consider which of the candidates is going to best represent us, but which candidate will be willing to fulfill this commitment and open up the greatest amount of dialogue with the voters. Which candidate will allow him/herself to be held accountable? Which candidate will pass power to the American people?
NYCLAW -- New York City Labor Against the War | "There is one agenda, and whoever holds the [president's] chair will continue the other's job." more... 0 CommentsPage 314 | Page 312
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