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Protest, Resistance & Direct Action

Start a Drumbeat for cannabis

Jonathan Morse | Weekly Cartoon from Dirt Worshiping Heathens Sketchbook...`shajon/index.html more...  4 Comments

Populist #7

Franklin | Constitutional Democracy as a Protection against Internal Hostilities - continued more...  0 Comments

AKBAYAN: Filipino people ready to oust GMA

AKBAYAN (Citizens' Action Party) | 13 July 2005 : AKBAYAN today warned the President that the Filipino people is capable of using extra-constitutional mechanisms to remove her if she continues to refuse to listen to the demands of various sectors that are pushing for her resignation. The group said that extra-constitutional means remain to be a legitimate and valid option, especially if the available constitutional remedies will just be tainted by the same traditional politicians who are interested in securing their political future. more...  0 Comments

This Is How We Do It: An Anarchist Account of the G8 Actions

Eric Blair | From the beginning there was no well-thought-out master plan for shutting down the G8 Summit at Gleneagles. more...  3 Comments

Exxpose ExxonMobil

Renee Leonowicz | more...  2 Comments

30th Anniversary of Vietnamese Victory Over U.S. Imperialism—A Revolutionary Program to End Imperialist War

Helen Cantor, Workers Vanguard Editorial Board | more...  0 Comments

Protests Slowed But Important During June

D Burbeck | LA, DC, Santa Cruz and Sacramento held demonstrations in front of the KTLA TV station, the Washington Post, the Santa Cruz Sentinal and the Sacramento Bee, respectively, to protest the "NO COVERAGE" of the Downing Street Minutes. more...  0 Comments

The Anti-War Movement March: From Istanbul to Binghamton, From DSM to SP4

Tarik Abdelazim | The first and only federal trial arising out of an act of civil resistance against the Iraq War begins this September 19 in Binghamton, NY. Four Christian parents, facing charges of conspiracy, respond to Judge's gag order (issued in May) by planning a Citizens' Tribunal on Iraq to articulate the legal defense of civil resistance against this immoral, illegal war and occupation. more...  0 Comments

THU 7/14 NYC bus to anti-CAFTA protest, D.C.

nyprotest-admin | THU 7/14 NYC bus to anti-CAFTA protest, D.C. RSVP more...  0 Comments

Philippines: Arroyo Regime Is Disintegrating, But Still Has a Few Tricks to Play

Jose Maria Sison (repost) | The Arroyo regime is visibly cracking up and disintegrating under the pressure of the broad united front of opposition political parties, mass organizations, professional organizations, church people, business groups, retired military and police officers and other forces demanding the resignation or ouster of Gloria M. Arroyo from her usurped position as president of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP). more...  0 Comments

Goodbye Philippine President Gloria M. Arroyo

AKBAYAN (Citizens' Action Party) | 8 July 2005 AKBAYAN Party today said that the speech made by the President last night announcing that she will not resign and will push instead for major constitutional reforms indicates that "house is already burning." Akbayan also called the speech of the President, which called for the resignation of all Cabinet members, as a feeble pitch to preempt the expected withdrawal of support from key Cabinet officials. more...  0 Comments

Action Alert: Riot Police Attack and Injure Salvadoran High School Students During Protest

CISPES | Riot police attacked a student protest in San Salvador yesterday, seriously injuring four students and detaining five. The high school students had shut down the streets in front of the University of El Salvador (UES) in a peaceful protest against the recent increase in bus fare in El Salvador. When the police attacked, the students took refuge inside the gates of the University, but the riot police followed them, setting off bombs of tear gas and opening fire on the students with what they claim were "safe" bullets. more...  0 Comments

Reflections on Socialism

Sam Webb, National Chair - Communist Party, USA | The main political task at this moment is to assemble the necessary social forces to defeat Bush and his counterparts in Congress and elsewhere. more...  1 Comments


Messenger | This is from the Portland IMC: author: Joseph Hillier The evidence of brutality, torture, murder, corruption, conspiracy, and complete contempt for all standards of human decency that is certain to come out during the impeachment of Bush and his high administrative officials will forever discredit the evil neo-con, capitalist, corporate, militarist ideology. more...  1 Comments


Richard Neville | Sinking in the quagmire of Iraq while ascending from a quagmire of the soul? more...  0 Comments

Johnny Got a Gun - Protest Song

Johnny's Dad | By: Johnny's Dad (Please distribute freely) more...  0 Comments

the rude mechanical orchestra is especially seeking ladies and more...

maria | hey! maybe you've heard- the rude mechanical orchestra is seeking ladies, people of color, queers, transfolks, and other musicians who are a little marginalized by the dominant musical patriarchy. and hey- we're also seeking male dancers! we would especially love more trumpets and a tuba, but other instruments are welcome. come play music w/ us! we are not just a band. we are a radical political marching band/affinity group. we organized to play at the women's march for reproductive freedom and at the rnc protests. we are looking for folks who share our vision of social change through radical beats. for more info, please see our website at, and email us at rmo(at) thanks! see you in the streets. more...  0 Comments


Manhattan Libertarian Party | Card Tournament at One Police Plaza to Protest NYPD Hijackings more...  5 Comments

Fireworks of Our Own: Colorful Call to Shut Down Guantanamo Silenced by Police

Chritina Z | Crowds of people from all walks of life gathered on 34th Street this fourth of July to make some fireworks of their own: a colorful call to shut down Guantanamo Bay, where thousands of detainees from throughout the Middle East are held are detained by the Bush administration with total disregard for national and international human rights law. more...  3 Comments

anti-surveillance street performance in NYC

Surveillance Camera Players | The Surveillance Camera Players shine on the jewelry district 2 July 2005. more...  2 Comments

G8 March on July 2, 2005

Rine | The Make Poverty History march in Edinburgh, Scotland attracted more than 200,000 people. Police detained a small group of the Black Bloque, then photographed and released them. more...  0 Comments

Watergate: First in a series of ‘very American coups’

Tim Wheeler/People's Weekly World | WASHINGTON — Suddenly, the Watergate conspiracy is back in the headlines with the revelation that former FBI officer, W. Mark Felt, is the mysterious “Deep Throat†who fed Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward tips on the plot that gripped the nation in 1973-74. more...  0 Comments

Moms tell recruiters: ‘Leave My Child Alone!’

Tim Wheeler/People's Weekly World | WASHINGTON — Megan Watson, leader of Mainstream Moms, is so angry at military recruiters for invading schools to sign up unwary youth for combat in Iraq that she and her group launched an online movement, “†more...  0 Comments

Want to Impeach Them? Start Point Here

Messenger | Ralph Nader told the nation to support Rep. Conyers who is considering moving forward on impeachment hearings. Only people of his state can contact his DC office, emails are filtered. more...  0 Comments

Counter G8 demo in Richmond!!

Mountain Justice Summer | There will be a large counter G8 demo in richmond, organized by mountain justices ummer, a group dedicated to the abolition of mountain top removal mining. This is in solidarity with the counter G8 protests in scotland, and will take place july 8th at noon and will begin in monroe park. more...  0 Comments

Celebrate 100 Years of Student Activism

Kent May 4 Center | Celebrate 100 years of national American student activism. September 10, 2005, at 140 Fulton Street in lower Manhattan (one block east of World Trade Center) where the first national US student activist group -- the Intercollegiate Socialist Society -- was founded on Septemer 12, 1905, by Jack London, Upton Sinclair and others. Rally and demonstrate to celebrate modern student activism into a new century of student action and resistance! more...  1 Comments

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