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LOCAL Announcement :: GLBT/Queer : Race
RENAISSANCE The LATINA Edition: Mujeres in Music & the Arts
25 Oct 2011
Spectra Events is very excited to bring you a SPECIAL EDITION of RENAISSANCE in October for HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH! Join us as we celebrate LATINAS in Music and the Performing Arts!
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
What Next for Libya?
25 Oct 2011
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Anti-Democratic Knesset Bills
25 Oct 2011
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LOCAL Commentary :: Human Rights
Open Letter to "Facing History and Ourselves"
24 Oct 2011
Modified: 10:51:25 PM
The below letter by journalist and human rights activist David Boyajian of Belmont, Massachusetts is addressed to Facing History and Ourselves Executive Director Margot Strom, Associate Executive Director Martin Sleeper and Board Chairwoman Tracy Palandjian.
He calls on citizens of conscience to contact Facing History and Ourselves to not partner with the ADL on November 7. To contact FHAO, email them here: ; or phone: 617-232-1595, toll-free 800-856-9039; or mail: 16 Hurd Road, Brookline, MA 02445.
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
Mixed Messages on Gaddafi
24 Oct 2011
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Israeli Settlement Construction Jeopardizes Palestinian Statehood Plans
24 Oct 2011
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Commentary :: Occupy Boston
Why the Far Right "Supports" the Occupy Movement
23 Oct 2011
Should Occupiers be concerned that the Nazi Party has given official “support” to the Occupy Movement? Or be worried that other far-right groups — including sections of the Tea Party — are "pro occupy?” Absolutely. These groups have no place in an anti-corporate, pro-worker movement. The Occupy Movement's greatest strength — its broad appeal — can quickly become an exploitable weakness, and the far right smells blood.

Luckily, expelling the right wing isn't so difficult once you understand their motives and strategy. Right-wing populism's greatest strength is also the vague nature of their demands, which intend to connect with broad sections of the population. However, their demands are vague not because they are a fledgling movement — like Occupy — but because they strategically try to conceal their radically right-wing goals.
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News :: Human Rights : International : Labor : Politics : War and Militarism
Selected Writings of Jose Maria Sison
22 Oct 2011
Jose-Maria-Sison-Khaddafy-Gaddafi-Qaddafi-Libya-Jose-Maria-Sison-Joma.jpgThese are important writings of Jose Maria Sison, founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and New People’s Army (NPA) and current political consultant of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) and Chairman of the International League of People’s Struggle (ILPS)
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Commentary :: Globalization : Politics
Show Us There Was Some Sincerity in Your Words
22 Oct 2011
We can't expect politicians to be nice clean folk that don't lie, stretch the truth or change direction at the drop of a hat. It's unfortunate, yet often enough anticipated. It's no less that way here in America than anywhere else in the world. We see and hear about political corruption and duplicity everywhere and nobody's surprised when we see it here. But sometimes even we can get caught off guard at the level our politicians can stoop to.</
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Commentary :: Occupy Boston
The Future of the #Occupy Movement: Solidarity and Escalation
22 Oct 2011
A month after it began with a few hundred people marching on Wall Street, the #Occupy movement has grown to include tens of thousands of participants throughout the country and has captured headlines around the world. If it has not yet succeeded beyond its wildest dreams, that’s only because its participants have dreamed big: imagining a sustained popular uprising that could force fundamental changes in our political and economic system—ones that could end corporate dominance and promote real democracy.
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