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Commentary :: Gender
The Lost Boys of Sudan - but what about the girls?
20 Jan 2007
The media has focused much attention on the so called Lost Boys of Sudan but what's missing is any concern for the girls left behind.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Human Rights
19 Jan 2007
A commemoration of the 35th anniversary of the "Bloody Sunday" massacre in Derry, Northern Ireland will be held at The Plough and Stars in Cambridge, Massachusetts on Tuesday, January 30, 2007.
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Commentary :: Social Welfare
An Option for the Poor
19 Jan 2007
Large parts of Latin America are no longer willing to submit to the dictates of US corporations.. In Medellin, the Latin American bishops' conference emphasized the option for the poor. The world sholkd be analyzed fromthe pain of the exploited
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News :: Media
The Shortwave Report 1/19/07 ¡Listen Globally!
18 Jan 2007
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, Cuba, China, and Russia.
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Announcement :: Environment
New Year Destruction at the Hill of Tara in Ireland
18 Jan 2007
In flagrant contempt of best archaeological and ecological practice, a systematic campaign of tree felling, earth clearance and monument removal has begun at the Hill of Tara. This is even before the Public Private Partnership (PPP) contract for the M3 Motorway, through the Tara / Skryne Valley, has even been signed. Daily protests are taking place, every 7am in the morning at the Hill of Tara car park.
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Announcement :: War and Militarism
Barricade the War Machine in Pittsburgh
18 Jan 2007
Modified: 03:50:45 PM
Friday, March 2, will be a day of civil disobedience and direct action against the war machine in Pittsburgh. The main action will be an attempt to barricade the National Robotics Engineering Center, a branch of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) that develops robotic vehicles and weapons delivery systems for the U.S. Army and Marines.
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
Libby’s Trial Crafted to Protect Bush-Cheney Gang
18 Jan 2007
Instead of going after the cabal that lied the country into the Iraqi War, Special Counsel, Patrick J. Fitzgerald, focused on only one defendant, Irving “Scooter” Libby. He also made sure no conspiracy count was utilized in the indictment against him. V.P. Dick Cheney will not testify at Libby’s trial. Fitzgerald, who has close ties to Rudy Giuliani, will continue to make sure that nothing comes out to hurt the interests of the Bush-Cheney Gang.
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Commentary :: Environment
What's good for GM may end up killing us all
17 Jan 2007
Modified: 18 Jan 2007
What's good for GM may end up killing us all
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Review :: War and Militarism
One $Trillion (so far) for U.S. War Industries!
18 Jan 2007
U.S.troops,are merely unwitting and expendable stooges in the Bush/Cheney Iraq War-Loot Con Game!
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Commentary :: Race
How Capitalism Failed African Americans
18 Jan 2007
The Second American Revolution [The U.S. Civil War] was a tremendous step forward, but it never realized its promise to Black Americans. The real winners in the Civil War were the Northern capitalists who opened up new markets and obtained a huge new supply of dirt-cheap labor. Nearly a century and a half after the abolition of slavery in the U.S.A., we are very far from achieving genuine equality for all, regardless of race, color or sex. Despite a number of advances achieved through the struggles of black people in the 1960s, the position of black Americans remains one of clear disadvantage. Michael Moore points out that in the U.S.A. today:
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