<p>MADISON, WI - The birthplace of Progressivism this week became the key battleground in a fight that has repercussions stretching from New York to California.</p>
Syndicated from APOC
on Sat, 2011-02-19
Claudia Jones, the “mother of the Notting Hill Carnival” was a communist who spent her last years in London after being hounded out of the United States during the McCarthy witchhunts. Born in the British West Indian colony of Trinidad in 1915 her family emigrated to the black slums of Harlem, New York in 1922.
This is a message from some New Orleans anarchists to folks traveling to this great city
during Mardi Gras. We wish to specifically address anarchists, squatters, punks, and
travelers. ---- We recognize that often these groups can have great disparity between each
other, as well as a discernable overlap.
Friday, February 18, 2011 ---- The anarchist's flag waves at the intersection of Fourth
Avenue and Pine Street, at Westlake Park, on Friday night as demonstrators sit in the
intersection. Protesters took to the streets of Seattle for a second night to protest the
lack of charges brought against a former Seattle Police officer in the fatal shooting of
First Nations woodcarver John T.
On the occasion of the annual conference of the Libertarian Federation, the 23rd of
February, at the Ateneo de Sants Libertarian [http://www.ateneullibertari.info] will be
organized a talk on anarchism [especifista] by a fellow of the newly established Communist
Libertaria Federation and the Frente de Estudiantes de Chile libertarian.
We, with this talk, to publicize the realities and move
On Sunday November 21, 2010 Irish prime minister Brian Cowen formally requested international assistance from the European Union (EU) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Subsequently, EU finance ministers gave their agreement in principle on condition that a drastic austerity plan was implemented.
<b>Investigation Already Marked by Drug War Duplicity</b>
By Bill Conroy
<br>Via the Narcosphere
<br>February 19, 2011
<a href="http://narcosphere.narconews.com/notebook/bill-conroy/2011/02/ice-agent-s-murder-mexico-could-become-cold-case">http://narcosphere.narconews.com/notebook/bill-conroy/2011/02/ice-agent-s-murder-mexico-could-become-cold-case</a><br clear="all">
<b>In Memory of Clif Garboden (1948-2011), the Conscience of American Journalism</b>
By Al Giordano
<br>The Boston Phoenix
<br>February 19, 2011
<a href="http://thephoenix.com/Boston/news/115939-remembering-clif-garboden/?page=7#TOPCONTENT">http://thephoenix.com/Boston/news/115939-remembering-clif-garboden/?page=7#TOPCONTENT</a><br clear="all">
Direct Action against outsourcing and the wage! -- CONTENTS -- Bulletin (p. 2) -- Women
and workers. (P. 3) -- Direct Action against outsourcing and the wage (p. 4 and 5) --
Support the struggle of workers in the tire! (P. 6) ---- The fight rail: unity,
solidarity and action (p. 7) -- Anarchism in the Mexican Revolution (p.
Section 22 of the Teacher's Union and the broader Oaxcan social movement take to the streets to protest the arrival of fraudulent President Cald...
Where are the radical voices in the South in a time of strong repression by police, expansion of prisons, larger threats to immigrants, budget c...
Madison, Wisconsin - Industrial Workers of the World<br/>
Emergency Mid-West Meeting<br/>
Madison Labor Temple<br/>
1602 South Park Street<br/>
Madison, WI 53715<br/>
2:30pm - 2nd Floor<br/>
At present, people are on the streets and in the Capital 24/7.
I will not expound on the details here but the last few days have seen a massive upsurge of rank-n-file activity. At this very moment the public schools are closed and huge demonstrations are occurring. This energy is directly concerned with stopping anti-union legislation.
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on Fri, 2011-02-18
An anonymous reader writes "As protests rage across the Middle East, in particular gaining strength in Libya, Djibouti, Iraq, Bahrain, and Yemen over the past two days, Libya has taken the lead role in blocking internet access to its citizens.