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Rally for Workers Rights and Against Police Brutality!
Tomorrow, Saturday November 16th, Rally in Harvard Square at 3:30pm, march on Insomnia Cookies.
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15 Nov 2013 | Filed under: News / Labor : Organizing : Police and Prisons
Wobbly Beaten and Arrested by Cambridge Cops for Picketing at Insomnia Cookies
Insomnia Cookies fires workers for joining the union. Cambridge police brutalize union members for protesting the illegal firing. We will return with ten times the numbers and continue to fight, until there is justice at Insomnia Cookies.

Watch this space for details of time and date!

Emergency march against police brutality tonight! 5:30 PM in Harvard Square!
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15 Nov 2013 | Filed under: News / Labor : Organizing : Police and Prisons
An Appeal from the Philippines
On November 8, 2013, typhoon Haiyan or Yolanda (local name) shoot its landfall in the Philippines. Typhoon Yolanda is one of the strongest typhoons which struck Philippines on a record. It has sustained winds of 235 kph (147 mph) with gusts of 275 kph (170 mph) when it made landfall. By those measurements, Yolanda can be compared to a strong Category 4 hurricane in the U.S, nearly in the top category, a 5.
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14 Nov 2013 | Filed under: News / Environment : International : Organizing
Boston Anarchist Bookfair Schedule
Below is the tentative schedule for the Boston Anarchist Bookfair!
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04 Nov 2013 | Filed under: Announcement / Education : Organizing : Radical Culture
Demand Letter Delivery to Insomnia Cookies
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IWW’s, members of Harvard’s Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM), and the Boston Solidarity Network (BSOL), delivered a demand letter to Insomnia Cookies (with cc to CEO Seth Berkowitz), insisting on reinstatement of strikers Niko and Jonathan with full back pay.
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26 Oct 2013 | Filed under: News / Labor : Organizing
Workers’ unity, struggle puts brakes on firing of School Bus Union 5
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Boston, Oct. 23 — In an impressive display of strength and unity in the face of a state attack against a militant union, hundreds of Boston bus drivers, bus monitors and community supporters came out tonight in support of the School Bus Union 5: Andre Francois, Steven Gillis, Stevan Kirschbaum, Richard Lynch and Garry Murchison. Today’s events put the Veolia transnational corporation on the defensive, thwarting its hell-bent plan to break the union by attempting to unlawfully fire these long-time, respected members of Steelworkers Local 8751, the Boston School Bus Drivers Union.
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26 Oct 2013 | Filed under: News / Labor : Organizing
Flyers for the 2013 Boston Anarchist Bookfair
bookfair-2013-flyer-1.pngThe Boston Anarchist Bookfair has flyers! Feel free to print and distribute them.
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24 Oct 2013 | Filed under: Announcement / Organizing : Radical Culture
Open Letter to the Anti-Tar Sands Movement
Dear Movement,
We think it’s time for us to have a conversation: a conversation that can help us address the work we need to do in order to build the true grassroots power than can dismantle the oppressive system that tar sands companies and people in power have worked so hard to profit from. For the past four years we’ve heard “leaders” like Bill McKibben call on us to take action to stop the Keystone XL pipeline, and we’ve responded, dutifully travelling to DC to march and protest as a group. We’ve also watched as decision makers have continuously stalled and appeased this movement by refusing to approve the full pipeline, while still consenting to the production, transportation, and refinement of this toxic substance in more and more places across the continent. It is time for us to do more than submit public comments to a system incentivized to ignore us, or chain ourselves to symbols that will look good for the media. The Michigan Coalition Against Tar Sands is writing this open letter to call for a dialogue and action around developing an anti-tar sands movement that focuses on the root causes of this issue and unites communities and groups in a common goal to stop tar sands in its entirety.
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22 Oct 2013 | Filed under: News / Environment : Organizing
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