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News :: Media
Mainstream Media Fails Again!
04 Jan 2006
Modified: 05 Jan 2006
Newspapers and television news blew it again! Covering the trapped miners and their demise.
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News :: Globalization
D.C.Terrorbaggers:J. D. Davidson,Tom McMillen, ex-CIA Woolsey,Asa Hutchinson,,Don Nickles
04 Jan 2006
By entering into the land of penny stocks to support their 'Homeland Security' penny stock operation they increase the chance that U.S.penny stocks might be used for money laundering and by operating like a typical offshore penny stock scheme they encourage others by their examples to do the same.If Woolsey or Asa Hutchinson or Tom McMillen can think of no better way to help their homeland perhaps they should all retire.
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News :: Human Rights : Organizing
Hurricane Autonomous Workers Collective to send a Caravan of Relief Workers to Gulf Coast
04 Jan 2006
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Announcement :: Education
North American Anarchist Thought Since 1960
04 Jan 2006
Update on forthcoming book about contemporary anarchism in North America.
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News :: Organizing : Politics : Race : Social Welfare
New Report regarding Racial Inequality in US just published.
04 Jan 2006
Press Release from United for a Fair Economy
January 3, 2006 - Embargoed until January 10


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News :: Globalization
book: China's global reach
04 Jan 2006
Relations between China and outside world as well as globalization and multinationals
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News :: Social Welfare
The Best Housing & Poverty Review of 2005
04 Jan 2006
We Must Stop The Decline Of Low-Income Housing.
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Commentary :: International : Media : Organizing : Politics : Social Welfare
Chiapas, México: EZLN The Other Campaign begins!
03 Jan 2006
830757.jpgOn January 1, 2006, the convoy that accompanied Subcomandante Insurgent Marcos departed from the Garrucha Caracol to San Cristobal de las Casas. With that marked the the first step in the new Zapatista political initiative known as The Other Campaign, which hopes to forge an anti-capitalist alliance of the non-electoral Left in Mexico. The journey culminated with a public rally in the Cathedral Plaza, known as the Plaza of Resistance, where members of Zapatista Command spoke. Nearly 300 people of the Highlands region of the state of Chiapas, who have signed on to the zapatista initiative gathered with subcomandante Marcos, now called Delegate Zero, in his first day of the Other Campaign.
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Commentary :: Race
Black History Month? Is It Only Window Dressing?
03 Jan 2006
Throughout Black History Month, while paying homage to Black History…every single day…there will be those African Americans referring to one another as the N-word.
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LOCAL News :: Education : Human Rights : Organizing : Politics : Social Welfare
Remembering the Homeless Vigil
03 Jan 2006
On December 21st, community residents gathered to remember 17 known people who died homeless in Worcester in 2005.
Across the United States December 21st is remembered as “the Longest Night”, the National Homeless Persons' Memorial Day promoted by the National Coalition for the Homeless ~ .

Worcester remembered the following individuals;

Felix P. ~ Pedro A. ~ Edward G. ~ Robert P. ~ Wilfredo B. ~ Oscar A. ~ William S. ~ George S. ~ Linda B. ~ Dawn R. ~ Slayton M. ~ Edward O. ~ Christina W. ~ Peter R. ~ Thomas S. ~ Robert B. ~ Inga J.

This year’s event included a prayer vigil at Wesley United Methodist Church, somber procession to City Hall, reading of the names of those that died, call to action and midnight vigil. Worcester’s effort was organized in conjunction with over 100 other communities across the country as part of the “National Homeless Person Memorial Day”.
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