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Another World Is Possible, a revolutionary anarchist podcast with a NEW WEBSITE and NEW PODCAST FEED!
'Another World Is Possible', a revolutionary anarchist podcast originating in Boston, MA.
Offering over  63  EPISODES and more than  24  HOURS of revolutionary and anarchist recordings home-made right here in Boston MA, the "Another World Is Possible" podcast is still growing and has surpassed even our own expectations!

With over 2000 subscribers via iTunes, and other social-networking sites we've out-grown our old website.

We will be uploading the George Orwell classic, "Homage To Catalonia" in its entirety by the end of the week! All 14 chapters will be available for download or available to our subscribers at

Here's some of the latest audio recordings we've published:

-'White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack" by Petty McIntosh
-Anarcha-feminist essays and spoken word
-Essays by Malatesta, Kropotkin, 'Fire To the Prisons', Crimthinc, and more
-A short story published in 'Rolling Thunder'
-'The god Pestilence" by Johann Most
-The entire book, "Anarchy in the Age of Dinosaurs"
-The book "ABC of Anarchism"
-An excellent article on Security Culture
-letters and poetry from several political prisoners both in Massachusetts and around the US
and much much more...

If you haven't checked us out yet, DO IT NOW at
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29 Dec 2009 | Filed under: Announcement / Education : Environment : Gender : GLBT/Queer : Globalization : Human Rights : International : Labor : Media : Organizing : Politics : Race : Social Welfare : Technology : War and Militarism
¡Pedro Juan Tavarez, Presente! ICE/Prisons Claim Yet Another Life in Boston
On October 19, 2009, 49-year-old Pedro Juan Tavarez died in a Boston hospital while in ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) custody. While he was working as a taxi driver in Providence last year, law enforcement stopped the Dominican man for speeding. Record checks found ‘discrepancies’ related to federal immigration violations and he was brought to Suffolk County House of Corrections, alternately known as South Bay, for detention.
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04 Nov 2009 | Filed under: News / Human Rights : Race
Racism at Harvard
Rally for Ravi Raj!
Thurs. 10/29, 12 noon
1737 Cambridge St (aka CGIS Knafel Building)
Cambridge MA

Read on for the details of Ravi's case.
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28 Oct 2009 | Filed under: Announcement / Labor : Race
FBI Arrests Sudbury Man for Being a Muslim
Tariq Mehanna, of Sudbury, MA, was arrested Wednesday by the FBI in connection with alleged terrorist plots. This is not the first time he has been harassed by the FBI (Mehanna was arrested in 2008 and later released due to lack of real evidence). Mehanna is a devout Muslim and a highly respected figure in his community.
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23 Oct 2009 | Filed under: News / International : Politics : Race : War and Militarism
CORI Reform Hearing, March and Rally Reportback
2008_0707_CORI_march-350.pngOn Monday, July 27, over 600 people packed the State House CORI Hearing as part of an extended CORI Day of Action. Organized by the Commonwealth CORI Coalition, supporters demonstrated the severity of the CORI crisis and raised the need for immediate reforms.
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30 Jul 2009 | Filed under: News / Human Rights : Labor : Race
Cambridge Stands Against Racial Profiling-Protest In Support of Prof. Gates
New_gates racial profiling 004.jpgA protest was held on the steps of Cambridge City Hall to support Harvard professor Henry L. Gates vs. the Cambridge Police. According to the event organizers, the arrest of Prof. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. by a Cambridge police officer - after Prof. Gates showed two forms of identification to a police officer who arrived to find Prof. Gates safely in his own home in a predominantly white, upscale neighborhood known as “Harvard Square” - has brought the struggle against racism to the front pages of newspapers throughout the US and around the world.

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29 Jul 2009 | Filed under: News / Race
Justice for Jason: Raise your voice against racism in our state!
JasonVassellPhoto.jpgOn February 3, 2008 Jason Vassell, an African-American student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, was the victim of a racist hate crime. He has been further victimized by a racist prosecution. We, a coalition of community organizations, students and faculty, seek solidarity in challenging this racist prosecution.
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30 Jan 2009 | Filed under: News / Education : Human Rights : Media : Organizing : Race
Zimbabwe's Future Under a New U.S. Administration?
zimbabwe_green_map.gifBob Herbert the African-American New York Times columnist has just published a column in the New York Times called "Zimbabwe" in which he claims that Zimbabwe it is in a total mess and that it's all the president of Zimbabwe's fault. The president of Zimbabwe is of course Robert Mugabe and he has been president from the very beginning of the creation of the state of Zimbabwe out of what was a very brief but successful political uprising of the overwhelming majority black population of Rhodesia against the colonial British white settlers who stole the country, controlled the economy and owned practically all the farmland.
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18 Jan 2009 | Filed under: Commentary / Race
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