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LOCAL News :: Environment
Save the trees!
01 Apr 2008
please come to the hearing this Wednesday, April 2, 2008 at 5:30pm at 147 Hampshire St., Cambridge
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News :: Environment
Sandy Hill Energy Sufficiency: April Fossil Fool's Day in Ottawa
01 Apr 2008
Neighbors organizing around the tragic energy situation in Ontario, Canada
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Announcement :: Organizing
Announcing the pReNC 5.3
31 Mar 2008
The pReNC 5.3 is the second national gathering for planning radical resistance to the 2008 Republican National Convention. It will take place on May 3rd in the Twin Cities.
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News :: Education : Environment : Gender : GLBT/Queer : Globalization : Human Rights : International : Labor : Media : Organizing : Politics : Race : Social Welfare : Technology : War and Militarism
Quebec city: anti-militarist demonstration
31 Mar 2008
About 300 anti-militarists took the streets Friday, March 28 in Quebec city. In a rare showing of unity, the main anti-capitalists groups of the city marched together, along with delegations from other cities, such as Montreal and Sherbrooke. The marchers commemorated the 90th anniversary of the riots against conscription and took the occasion to again express their opposition to the war in Afghanistan.
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News :: Globalization
EEUU, James Cason y USAID: Titiriteros en Paraguay
31 Mar 2008
El gobierno paraguayo denunció este viernes 28 de marzo que Estados Unidos busca presionarlo a través de las donaciones de USAID para que permita manejar desde Washington la identificación de los ciudadanos paraguayos, consintiendo la adjudicación de una licitación para la confección de documentos de identidad a una empresa norteamericana.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Human Rights Violations in Israel and Palestine
31 Mar 2008
Violations against Jews and Arabs
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News :: International
Avance de Prensa Comunista en Venezuela.- Por: Prensa Popular Comunistas Miranda
31 Mar 2008
Con aumento de lectores de su diario digital nacional Tribuna Popular, aparición del diario digital Prensa Popular Comunistas Miranda y de otros voceros avanza la prnsa comunista de Venezuela
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Commentary :: Globalization
The Downhill Plunge Speeds Up
31 Mar 2008
The state has a social nature and cannot only be a power and security state. In crisis, we all become Keynesians. Taboo for a long time, the New Deal slowly sounds good again. The 1933 "Home Owners Loan Act" was created in the first 100 days of Roosevelt's presidency.
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Commentary :: Globalization : Human Rights : International : Media : War and Militarism
Colombia: “Operación Blancanieves”, Ingrid Betancourt en la mira.
31 Mar 2008
Al momento de redactar estas líneas, continúan realizándose esfuerzos tendientes a retomar el tema del intercambio humanitario y superar el peligroso momento generado con la masacre de Raúl Reyes y sus compañeros. Entre otras acciones, el ex congresista Luis Eladio Pérez, uno de los recientemente liberados, ha presentado un programa concreto al gobierno francés así como a los de Venezuela y Colombia
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LOCAL Commentary :: Human Rights : International : Labor : Organizing : Politics : Race
Ruling Against Mumia Shows: No Justice in the Capitalist Courts
30 Mar 2008
ig-photo.jpgOn March 27, the U.S. appeals court in Philadelphia reaffirmed the frame-up conviction of Mumia Abu-Jamal, the former Black Panther Party spokesman and world-renowned radical journalist who has been locked up on Pennsylvania’s death row for more than a quarter century. After previously rejecting Mumia’s request to present evidence of his innocence, as well as a host of issues showing that he was railroaded by a racist court, the Court turned down Mumia’s request for a new trial. It upheld the 2001 ruling by a federal district judge that ordered a new hearing on the sentence, but limited the “choice” to the living hell of life imprisonment without parole ... or execution. Mumia is innocent. He was declared guilty and sentenced to die because of his revolutionary politics and because for years he had been a thorn in the side of the racist rulers of the misnamed “city of brotherly love.” Around the world, millions have come out in defense of Jamal. This latest ruling, like all those that preceded it, shows that the exploited and oppressed must have no faith in the racist injustice system. We call on the workers movement to mobilize its power to free Mumia now!
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