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Announcement :: Environment : Organizing
11/30: Call-in for Carrie!
28 Nov 2009
Carrie Feldman is still being held on civil contempt and needs our support and solidarity. She’ll remain in custody over the long weekend as state officials enjoy time with their families. We can’t let them go back to an easy work day come Monday while they continue to hold our friend in civil contempt for taking a principled stand against state repression!

THIS MONDAY, November 30, CALL IN to Cronk’s boss, US Attorney Nicholas Klinefeldt, from 9am to 4pm to demand that they dismiss Carrie’s subpoena and release her immediately.

Monday November 30, 9am-4pm CST, (515) 473-9300
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News :: Human Rights : International : Politics
Venezuela: Anti-police impunity activist assassinated
28 Nov 2009
* El Libertario, the Venezuelan anarchist newspaper, denounce the assassination of Mijail Martinez as the latest chapter in the Chavez government’s attack against base-level, autonomous, revolutionary and dissident organisations.
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Commentary :: Social Welfare
The Devastating Consequences of a Corporate Health Care Bill
28 Nov 2009
Wading through the endless debate over health care has exhausted the patience of most Americans — the zigzags, obscure language, and long-winded discussion is inherently repulsive.

But now the dust is starting to settle, and the Congressional vision for health care in the U.S. is emerging. Instead of being “progressive,” it will amount to a massive, corporate-inspired attack on American workers, the elderly, and the poor.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Organizing : Politics
BAAM Open Meeting, 7 PM Tuesday at the Lucy Parsons Center
28 Nov 2009
BAAM: Reconciling Your Anarchism With Your Daily Life
Tuesday, 1 December, 7PM at the Lucy Parsons Center
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News :: Human Rights : International
Dozens Suffer Teargas Inhalation in Bili’n’s Weekly Protest
28 Nov 2009
The international day for solidarity with the Palestinian People in the Palestinian Eid holiday, dozens suffered teargas inhalation in Bili’n’s weekly protest.

Friday Nov. 27th
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
50,000 US troops will die in the first few days.
28 Nov 2009
If Israel is allowed to sacrifice them for Iran.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
BTL:Obama's Double Standard Gives Some but Not All 9/11 Defendants Civilian Trials
27 Nov 2009
BETWEEN THE LINES Syndicated Radio Newsmagazine
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Commentary :: Education : Organizing : Politics
The Higher Education Fiscal Crisis Protects the Wealthy
27 Nov 2009
Police are arresting and attacking student protesters on University of California (UC) campuses again. “Why did he beat me I wasn’t doing anything,” screamed a young Cal Berkeley women student over KPFA radio on Friday evening November 20. Students are protesting the 32% increase in tuition imposed by the UC regents in a time of severe state deficits. The Board of Regents claims that they have no choice. Students will now have to pay over $10,000 in tuition annually for a public university education that was free only a few decades ago.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Political Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim Denied Parole
27 Nov 2009
the face of a police state
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Commentary :: Human Rights : Labor : Organizing : Politics : Race
Mumia’s Life Is On the Line: Mobilize Labor/Black Power to Free Him Now!
27 Nov 2009
Modified: 12:15:32 PM
The threat to Mumia Abu-Jamal's life is increasingly ominous. His lead attorney, Robert Bryan, warns: "There is an escalated effort by the authorities to see him die at the hands of the executioner. This is the most dangerous time for Mumia since his 1981 arrest." The U.S. Supreme Court has turned down Jamal's two appeals. If it were to rule in favor of the prosecution's appeal, this would open the way for Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell to issue a third warrant of execution, which he has vowed to do. Contrary to the misplaced expectations of many, the Obama administration is not about to save Mumia. Around the world, hundreds of thousands have marched for this courageous champion of oppressed. Trade unions representing millions of members have rallied to the defense of Mumia. It is urgent to expand this support into powerful labor/black action, appealing to the integrated union movement to join with the black, Latino and immigrant poor to demand that he be liberated.
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