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Another World Is Possible, a revolutionary anarchist podcast with a NEW WEBSITE and NEW PODCAST FEED!
Podcast_Album_cover.JPGINTRODUCING:
'Another World Is Possible', a revolutionary anarchist podcast originating in Boston, MA.
VISIT OUR NEW SITE-->  http://AnotherWorldIsPossible.soup.io  
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 http://anotherworldispossible.soup.io

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  http://anotherworldispossible.soup.io
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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
From EFF's Secret Files: Anatomy of a Bogus Subpoena
On January 30th, 2009, Kristina Clair of Philadelphia, PA — one of the system administrators of the server that hosts the indymedia.us site — received in the mail a grand jury subpoena from the Southern District of Indiana federal court. The FBI had sent an email to Ms. Clair a couple of weeks earlier asking where a subpoena directed at the indymedia.us site should be sent. So, we at EFF were ready and waiting to evaluate the subpoena as soon as it arrived. Yet even we were surprised at what we saw.
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11 Nov 2009 | Filed under: News / Human Rights : Media : Technology
STOP! the BU Bioterror Lab marched on the Boston University Campus
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On Friday, October 30th, 2009 a determined group of 15-20 anti-authoritarians, anarchists and concerned citizens marched on the Boston University campus with a message to send for the students and faculty: STOP the BU Bioterror Laboratory NOW!

Beginning around 2:30 in the afternoon and ending several hours later, a group consisting of the infamous Raging Grannies, people dressed in laboratory containment suits, and walking zombies came to life and marched all over the Boston University campus playing music, and chanting, "The Bio-lab ain't no good! We don't want it in our neighborhood!" along with other chants made upon the spot. The group was accompanied by people handing out leaflets with information about the BSL-4 Bioterror lab that was built during the Bush (W) years and with the full support of the current Mayor Menino. A bullhorn shouting information into the crowds of seemingly stunned BU students as they moved between classes along Commonwealth Ave in the afternoon.

Boston University administrators (who refused to give their names) were on-scene to make sure that the non-violent demonstration was carefully watched by a mixture of different law enforcement agencies. The campus police were the most visible but they were joined by Boston police and what looked like federal officers driving in circles around the group with their black cars with tinted windows taking pictures of the demonstrators as they chanted and made their way up and down Commonwealth Ave engaging every passerby with information and some music.

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For a few video clips taken during the march, please visit the following links:

http://www.archive.org/details/Raging_Grannies_being_educated_about_zomb
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http://www.archive.org/details/Biolab-willUHoldThemAccountable

http://www.archive.org/details/Biolab-megaphone_speech
30 Oct 2009 Modified: 31 Oct 2009 | Filed under: News / Technology : War and Militarism
Cambridge City Council Votes Unanimously to Oppose Surveillance Cameras
surveillance.PNGBOSTON -- In the first move of this kind in the state--and perhaps the nation--Cambridge City Council voted 9-0 on February 2, 2009, to oppose the installation in the city of eight surveillance cameras. The cameras were intended to form part of a network funded with a $4.6 million Department of Homeland Security grant linking Cambridge and eight other Greater Boston communities.

The Council took this action after two sessions during which Councilors sought to learn more about a secretive grant process that was four to six years in the making. They also heard testimony from dozens of Cambridge residents who feared the cameras could violate their First Amendment and privacy rights.
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05 Feb 2009 | Filed under: News / Organizing : Technology
Philippines: Don’t revive the “Monster of Morong, Bataan”
Bataan-Nuclear-Power-Plant-Philippines.jpgMonday, 02 February 2009 MANILA, Philippines—For making the public choose between paying more for power generation that they do not need to begin with, and tolerating misplaced priorities where debt service supersedes social welfare, the Freedom from Debt Coalition today urged Congress to stop the planned rehabilitation, re-commission and commercial operation of the controversial Bataan Nuclear Power Plant.
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04 Feb 2009 | Filed under: News / Environment : International : Politics : Social Welfare : Technology
PHILIPPINES: Ban Endosulfan!
ban_endosulfan.jpgPhilippines, Quezon City--Over 50 citizens’ groups and coalitions working for public health, environmental justice and sustainable development joined forces to press for a total ban on endosulfan, stressing that its continued use is akin to a ticking “toxic time bomb.”
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14 Jul 2008 | Filed under: Commentary / Environment : International : Organizing : Social Welfare : Technology
Queer Liberation and Anarchist Communism
DSC00140.JPGAs anarchist communists, it is only logical and consistent with our principles in the struggle for a free humanity that we support the personal, cultural, and institutional fight against patriarchy, hetero-sexism, the gender bi-nary system and all other struggles for queer liberation both in themselves and in their intersectionalities with capitalism, the state, white supremacy, and all other forms of human oppression.
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19 Jun 2008 | Filed under: Commentary / DNC : Education : Environment : Gender : GLBT/Queer : Globalization : Human Rights : International : Labor : Media : Organizing : Politics : Race : Social Welfare : Technology : War and Militarism
The Mortgage Crisis in the USA
drooker4.gifCommentators complain of "partisanship" in Washington. Society's problems are said to result from infighting between parties. We should celebrate, then, because Democrats and Republicans have agreed on a plan to end the mortgage crisis. What solution do they offer? Handouts to Big Business, and "fiscal discipline" for the rest.
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19 Jun 2008 | Filed under: Commentary / DNC : Education : Environment : Gender : GLBT/Queer : Globalization : Human Rights : International : Labor : Media : Organizing : Politics : Race : Social Welfare : Technology : War and Militarism
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