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Rave: Indymedia PGP workshop was awesome!

brother komrade | We must take advantage of the resources our activist community offers! more...  1 Comments

Bring the Nets to Brooklyn

double dribble | It's Super Bowl eve and I'm dreaming of a basketball team in Brooklyn. more...  5 Comments

THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED

Peace Action of New York State | more...  4 Comments

The Fight for Labor Rights From Iraq to the U.S.- Mon. 2/2 - 6PM

Ken Nash | Labor Forum on violations of Iraqui Trade Union Rights and the economic situation in Iraq leading to mass unemployment. more...  0 Comments

Two US Soldiers ask: "When will we stop dying so senselessly?"

Jay Shaft | Over the Christmas holidays I managed to find two US soldiers who were back from Iraq. They were both somewhat willing to be interviewed and describe their time in Iraq in their own words. more...  0 Comments

Tonight! HIP-HOP FOR PALESTINE / Newark NJ

New Jersey Solidarity | Hip-hop for Palestine tonight in Newark! Free show! more...  1 Comments

Speakers Demand Justice at Stansbury Funeral

newsday |

Vann recited a litany of minority men killed by police in recent years, including Amadou Diallo, Anthony Baez and Patrick Dorismond.

"Young black boys and young black men have been shot and killed by mostly white policemen in this city," said Vann, who at times had the audience on its feet.

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[gangbox] RAILROADED AT MTA NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT.....

GANGBOX: CONSTRUCTION WORKERS NEWS SERVICE | RAILROADED AT MTA NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT.....job elimination, service cutbacks and the crisis of union militancy in Transport Workers Union local 100.. more...  6 Comments

Northeast Gathering for Autonomy

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International Food Not Bombs Gathering

organizers | Food Not Bombs (FNB) volunteers from around the globe will converge in New York City August 25-27th. Planned to precede protests against the Republican National Convention, the Food Not Bombs International Gathering will host activists from one of the world’s largest revolutionary movements for three days of workshops, spokescouncils, skill shares, foodsharing and discussion on the future direction of the movement.

Since its inception in 1980, FNB has grown from one chapter to more than 300 groups all over the world who are organizing against war and militarization by cooking and serving free meals in their communities with the idea that the billions of dollars wasted on military spending should instead be used to nourish the hungry. An autonomous movement, FNB chapters engage in various projects in their communities from fighting against poverty, gentrification and governmental immigration policies to organizing against the war on Iraq. One hope to come from this gathering is that FNB chapters will be better informed of what other groups are accomplishing in other parts of the world.

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Mayor Plans Low Profile During RNC

el reposto | Some observers read in the mayor's remarks a hesitancy to embrace Bush publicly, as the president's poll numbers remain low in the city and the 2005 mayoral election approaches in an overwhelmingly Democratic city. more...  2 Comments

Anti Superbowl Film Screening at the IMC This Sunday

imc | In the days before he became a millionaire supporter of Wesley Clark, Michael Moore was little more than a slovenly, angry, brilliant man with a video camera.

So, if you don't know who is playing in the Superbowl this year and the prospect of seven layer dip leaves you cold, join the IMC for the first Sunday Night at the IMC film screening of 2004. From the acclaimed director of last years hit film Bowling for Columbine, we present Michael Moore's first film, Roger & Me.

A native of Flint, Michigan, Moore tackles GM Chairman Roger Smith and his decision to close 11 GM plants and lay off 33,000 workers in a David and Goliath story of wokers vs. big money.

So if you're interested in remembering Michael Moore from way back, long ago, join us at:

6 pm Sunday,
New York City Independent Media Center
34 East 29th Street

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NYCIMC VIDEO EXPLOSION PRESENTS!

IMC NYC VIDEO | BE PART OF NYC IMC TV! more...  0 Comments

**Wipeout!!** (The President's Agenda) *CRAP Media Update

*CRAP Media | To avoid duplicate posting (whenever possible), *CRAP Media will provide periodic links to recent Contest entries. more...  4 Comments

Support the Revolutionary Workers Campaign in 2004!

Revolutionary Workers PArty | A Bolshevik Alternative in 2004. Vote Revolutionary Worker! Down with the Two Capitalist Parties! more...  10 Comments

From passivity to proaction! (flyer and art)

unbridled artist network | Your "leaders" often believe you are "incapable" and feeling too powerless to be more proactive than simply attending rallies and marches in a passive way. The flyer text here is meant to do two things: inspire you, and many others, to become more proactive--in a basic resistance of consciousness! Here is a giant pile of deep info that should inspire! more...  1 Comments

So we lied. What else is new?

CRAP Media | Entry #16 more...  0 Comments

THE FAMILIES OF POLICE BRUTALITY AND KILLINGS DEMAND – NO COVER-UP FOR THE KILLER OF TIMOTHY STANSBURY

October 22 Coalition-NY | PRESS CONFERENCE IN SUPPORT OF THE FAMILY OF TIMOTHY STANSBURY TUESDAY, JAN 26, 11AM Louis Armstrong Houses, 395 Lexington Ave. (bet Tompkins Ave. & Marcy Ave.), Brooklyn, NY more...  2 Comments

Customs agent tells of stopping '20th hijacker'

Juan Garcia | more...  0 Comments

Upcoming Local Events from RutgersActivism!

RutgersActivism | upcoming local rutgers events - http://rutgersactivism.njsolidarity.org more...  0 Comments

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