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Anti-Demonization Rally - pictures from March 19

Suzaka | The Islamic Leadership Council, the umbrella Muslim organization of New York, Muslim communities from
New Jersey, New York and Connecticut held another anti-demonization rally in front of the Danish Consulate
in New York.
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Burn the NY Times paper in front of their offices because of their immigration coverage

Jason Gooljar | Their Sunday coverage of the immigration bill HR 4437 protests in Los Angeles was shameful more...  4 Comments

Peace Has No Borders-A Festival of Resistance

Call to Action! June 16-17 Buffalo, NY and Fort Erie, Ontario CANADA

The Western New York War Resisters League [WNYWRL], Veterans for Peace Chapter 128 [VFP] and the War Resisters Support Campaign (CANADA) [WRSC], calls on you to turn your back on U.S. war and imperialism and unite in solidarity to stop the illegal war in Iraq. The International Peace Bridge located between Buffalo, N.Y. and Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada will be where we, the people of the U.S., Canada and the world, take the courage to march and demand an end to the Iraq war. We will tell the U.S., “hands off Iraq, hands off U.S. soldiers,” and tell Canada to act by letting them stay, by granting these soldiers asylum in Canada because they refuse to fight in the illegal war in Iraq. more...  0 Comments

Apr 7-9 Counter-Recruitment Conference in Pgh

Pittsburgh Organizing Group | Pittsburgh Organizing Group (POG) is pleased to announce a regional Counter-Recruitment Conference to be held April 7-9, 2006 at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. The purpose of the conference is to explain, share, build, expand, and otherwise support the growing counter-recruitment(CR) movement. From Friday night to Sunday afternoon, we will host a variety of hands-on workshops, presentations, strategy sessions, an exchange of materials, a participatory action at a nearby recruiting station, as well as nightly entertainment. Please read on for
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Children of Abraham - Death in the Desert - A Must Watch Flash

Peter Gabriel, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan et al | Words have left me. Let the images speak to your heart. more...  0 Comments



Democrats Bomb Again (The Indypendent)

Bruce Gagnon | The Democratic plan for the war is "Strategic Redeployment". Said a U.S. Senator “It’s important to note that it’s not withdrawal – it’s redeployment,” more...  2 Comments

Middle East Approaches Meltdown (The Indypendent)

Donald Paneth | Analysis of the Middle East and factors such as the intensifying violence in Iraq, the U.S.-Iran nuclear dispute, a U.S.-Iranian agreement. more...  0 Comments

Terrorism Is Cool (The Indypendent)

Charlie Bass | Don’t let all the talk of controversy mislead you: This is less the story of a terrorist-hero blowing up buildings
(though that’s here too) than of his mentoring a hot girl in need of political reawakening. more...  0 Comments

RETORT's "exchange" with October Magazine

NOT BORED! | September 11th: a defeat or victory for spectacular power? more...  0 Comments

Update by the Sorbonne Occupation Committee in Exile - Communique 4

Workers of the Night | Since our exile, we’ve had some thoughts on the state of the movement. more...  1 Comments



Rachel's Words heard in NYC on March 22: Media Coverage

ISM-NYC | Rachel Corrie's legacy just might prove that the pen is mightier than the sword. Despite the cancellation of a theater production based on the writings of the late human-rights activist, some 1,200 people packed into Harlem's Riverside Church Wednesday night for an alternate production - pulled together in two weeks by friends and supporters -- that celebrated Corrie's life and protested perceived censorship.

"This is a powerful outcry, not just by people who love and know Rachel and know the work in Palestine, but anybody who champions free speech and who champions a plethora and diversity of ideas and opinions," said Adam Shapiro, co-founder of the International Solidarity Movement, to which Corrie belonged.
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3/29 Women's Variety Show: Celebrate Women's History Month

Women's Anti-Imperialist League | Celebrate women's history month, women's work, women leaders. Share (and test) your knowledge of women's history. Meet and network with women working for women's rights. Food and drinks provided. more...  0 Comments

UT Law Professor Ronald Sievert Lies to Daily Texan About Terror Watch List

dt | Students who attended an FBI official's guest lecture at the UT School of Law say that Independent Media Collective and Food Not Bombs were included in a presentation about possible domestic terrorism.

G. Charles Rasner, a supervisory senior resident agent and head of Austin's Joint Terror Task Force, spoke at Professor Ronald Sievert's United States Law and National Security class March 8. During the lecture, Rasner gave a PowerPoint presentation that several students say included a list of organizations the FBI watches for possible domestic criminal or terror activity in Central Texas. more...  0 Comments

France Erupts Into Riots!

Anne Archist | French President Jacques Chirac on Friday ruled out withdrawing a new youth employment law that has provoked mass demonstrations and sporadic riots as his prime minister sat down with unions to discuss the crisis. more...  1 Comments

[WAR] In solidarity with SPEAK: Stop the Oxford Animal Lab

Win Animal Rights | Dates: Friday, March 31 & Saturday, April 1, 2006
Place: Waldorf Astoria Hotel, 301 Park Ave. (49thSt.)
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Populist #25

Franklin | Limiting Presidential War Powers more...  0 Comments

Pace U Students Win Victory Against Expulsion, Pace Reaffirms Ban on Free Speech, Press, & Assembly

Brian Kelly | If the university’s repression has reaffirmed anything in my mind is it that battles are won through direct struggle and unified efforts of a strong, grassroots, and democratic anti-war and progressive movement. Those that control society divide us and repress us because they know we have the truth on our side. It is their fear of that truth that is our greatest strength. We must remain united against repression and continue to seek common ground in our struggle to end the war on Iraq, and prevent future atrocities of the American-led, corporately funded war machine. more...  0 Comments

A Model Democracy is not Emerging in Iraq

Francdis Fukuyama | Only the democracy justification was left by the time of the second inaugural more...  0 Comments

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