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RISEOUT | There is no reason for any military personnel to set foot inside a school, if institutions are serious about education. With millions of youth attending public schools, schools are a hot bed for the pentagon’s business of expanding military numbers. At no time is it so urgent and desperate to increase military numbers then during a time of war.
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May Day NYC Counter-Recruitment Action

Friends of William Blake | Join the Friends (and extended friends) of William Blake in taking back "Loyalty Day" as Americans, New Yorkers, and good neighbors, and distribute nearly 2,000 copies of The New Yorkers' Guide to Military Recruitment, free-of-charge, across the 5 boroughs. more...  0 Comments


Win Animal Rights | Date/Time: Saturday, April 29, 2006 at 3:30 PM
Location: E. 42nd Street and Third Avenue
(In front of Pfizer) If lost call 646-267-9934 more...  0 Comments

Veterans, and Students Speak Out, "Our Generation Says No!", BMCC 5:00 P.M.

Brian Smith | Speakers include, Jose Vasques, of NYC Iraq Veterans Against The War, and Tariq Khan, who was assaulted at his school for peacfully protesting army recruiters on his campus. The Plenary session will feature other speakers, and many student and labor gropus who are organizing against the war, discussing current student activism, and the effect of the war on school budgets, on the increase in Anti Arab and Muslim Racism, repression of activists, on the targeting of youth recruiters, and about what veterans and soldiers think about the war. more...  0 Comments

Grannies, all 18, aquitted

peace fem | The judge ruled there was no premise for their arrest in the first place. more...  0 Comments

Talk to Iran, President Bush

former foreign ministers | We call on the US administration to take the bold step of opening a direct dialogue with the iranian government on the issue of Iran's nuclear program. more...  0 Comments

From Sarajevo to Baghdad: Iraq’s Sectarian Divide Looks More Like Bosnia Every Day

Graham Fortier | The captive death of Slobodan Milosevic is another reminder of the injustice done to Bosnians during the 92-95 conflict. To US citizens, his death was seemingly a back page story with regards to the current situation in Iraq. However, upon re-reading the history and causes of the Bosnian war and subsequent genocide, eerie similarities can be drawn between the two sectarian conflicts. Is it audacious to call Iraq the next Bosnia, or do the conflicts hold more in common than we think?
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911 Commemorative

Brandon Wallace | A recollection and reflection on September 11th. more...  1 Comments

Anti-War March Planned For April 29th

IMCista | The Call Out || Arun Gupta: Playing It Safe the Most Dangerous Strategy || Hany Khalil: UFPJ Can Lead the Way || Tom Hayden: Beyond the Horizon, the Storm || Regional Student Antiwar Conference || Anti-Authoritarian Bloc || World Can’t Wait Call to Action || more...  2 Comments

Israel: Outside The Fence - Interview with three of the Anarchists Against The Wall

Asafa Peled | The Separation Fence is closing in upon more and more Palestinian villages. Their inhabitants are cut off from sources of livelihood. Some Israelis are not willing to remain silent. Matan Cohen lost an eye because of it. Shai Karmeli-Polak gave up for its sake a promising career. Leila Mosinzon is going to prison for its sake, next month. The Separation Fence has become their obsession. What is it about this wall, designed to separate Israelis from Palestinians, which is bringing young people to give up the well-fed bourgeois life and get tear gas blown in their face every Friday afternoon? The border inside. more...  1 Comments

The Politics of Oil: The Discourse Must Change

Editors of The Oil Drum | Leaders of both political parties are expressing concern about the high price of gasoline. President George Bush announced yesterday that he was suspending deliveries to the Strategic Petroleum Reserve in order to make more oil available to consumers as well as putting on hold the traditional regulations requiring additives to make fuel burn cleaner during the summer driving season.

Meanwhile, Democratic leaders have had their own response to rising gas prices. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has announced his support for the Menendez Amendment, which would "provide more than $6 billion in relief directly to the American people by eliminating the federal tax for both gas and diesel for 60 days." Senator Charles Schumer recently called for a federal investigation to determine whether oil companies are withholding gasoline production, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has blamed high gas prices on the administration's cozy relationship with the oil companies, price gouging, and royalty relief.

The editors of The Oil Drum are ideologically diverse. Over the last year, we have created a forum at to encourage an open, rational, and fact-based discussion of energy issues. While individual editors frequently express an opinion on a subject, we have never felt it necessary to take a unified position on any specific issue. That is, until today. more...  0 Comments

Media Largely Ignore Ex-CIA's Official's Disclosures

jk | Months before the US invaded iraq, the Bush administration dismissed clear-cut evidence undermining President Bush's central case for war - that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction more...  0 Comments



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Win Animal Rights | Who: Columbia University
When: Thursday, April 27, 2006 at 3:30 PM
Where: 116th St. & Broadway (meet at the south east corner)
If you cannot locate us, call: 646-267-9934
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From Protest to Resistance: Real Strategies to End the War in Iraq -- Regional Student Antiwar Conference in NYC A29-30

Campus Antiwar Network | FROM PROTEST TO RESISTANCE: REAL STRATEGIES TO END THE WAR IN IRAQ is the East Coast Student Antiwar Conference sponsored by the Campus Antiwar Network, taking place this weekend, April 29-30, in conjunction with the April 29 protest. Featuring the "Our Generation Says No!" plenary of five students with very different stories to tell about why they are resisting the war. more...  0 Comments

Anarchist/Anti-Authoritarian Bloc for A29 Demo in NYC |

An anarchist/anti-authoritarian bloc will be assembling at the intersection of 20th and Park, SW corner, at 11 am (look for the red and black flags!). This will consist (currently) of various Students For a Democratic Society chapters (from new york city and outside of state), the Industrial Workers of the World, the New York Metro Alliance of Anarchists, the War Resisters League, and various other anarchist groups and individuals from New York City and elsewhere. more...  0 Comments

The Risks of an Anti-War Movement That Plays it Safe

By A.K. Gupta | The war has generated a tremendous amount of opposition across the political spectrum, but the antiwar movement has failed to capitalize on it. There are only three inter-related protest forces that are positioned to influence the conduct of the war: the counter-recruitment movement, antiwar elements within the military and among veterans, and the traditional peace and social justice movement. more...  1 Comments


jmc | recorded in 3 days two weeks ago... after sitting back and hoping the younger generation of artists would speak out against the war in Iraq (among other things), apparently Mr. Young decided he could wait no more!!! more...  0 Comments

Class Action for Chicago Anti-war lawsuit

Chicago M20 Legal Team | After more than 10,000 anti-war protestors marched on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago on March 20, 2003, police detained and arrested hundreds of people. A lawsuit filed on behalf of over 800 demonstrators and bystanders who were wrongfully held has recently been granted class action status. more...  0 Comments

The Bleating Bush

peptide | Bush has responded to the recent bombings in Egypt with a finger pounding demonstration of determined imbecility; he once again identifies “the enemy” (as singular) implying a centralised terrorist group. If the USA had any credible intelligence they would know that the ‘enemy’ is in fact many separate and spontaneously occurring cells rather than a fixed hierarchical centralised group. Misinformation could be another reason that the USA is failing in Iraq! US troops are unable to locate the “enemy” to which Bush and his administration continually refers – we should not forget that Rumsfeld briefs Bush on these matters. more...  1 Comments

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