A Past, Denied: The Invisible History of Slavery in Canada is a feature-length documentary by independent filmmaker Mike Barber.
Greetings! To all Comrades in the Struggle for Freedom, ---- The 11th and 12th of this
September Anarchists will be having a Bookfair and Festival in the Twin Cities! Filled
with radical distros,publishers, artists, music, crafters, workshops, skillshares,
speakers and much more!
A New World From Below: An Anarchist and Anti-Authoritarian Convergence at the 2010 U.S.
Social Forum ---- The New World from Below workshops will take place both within the
“official” USSF schedule and at the anarchist convergence space, so as to be part of the
official USSF schedule, but also to get the word out on many other self-organized
workshops as a part of our presence.
Alberta MP urges Stelmach to safeguard river from oilsands plan
By Trish Audette and Mariam Ibrahim,
June 17, 2010
EDMONTON — A Fort McMurray Conservative MP wants Premier Ed Stelmach to protect a northern Alberta river and send a "clear signal" to the oil industry about safekeeping freshwater sources.
BP Gulf Oil Spill No Barrier to $3.8 Billion Refinery Expansion
June 02, 2010
More From Businessweek
By Joe Carroll
June 2 (Bloomberg) -- BP Plc’s $3.8 billion expansion of the largest refinery in the U.S. Midwest won’t be delayed by criminal and regulatory probes into the company’s role in the largest oil spill in the country’s history.
ARM THE PEOPLE, SMASH THE STATE by Tyler Watt I think the right of the people to bear arms
is a basic freedom and if we want a society based on self-government we need to take back
the guns. ---- Gun control in Britain is not a controversial issue. The thinking goes that
if guns are available, criminals will buy them.
Cuba gets ready for BP oil spill
Cuba is making preparations to protect its coast as the BP oil spill continues spreading through the Gulf of Mexico, Cuban officials said today.
News wires 15 June 2010
They offered few specifics about the preparations, but said Venezuela, Cuba's oil-rich ally, has sent a team of spill-fighting experts to help the communist-run island.
An inspiring documentary which follows the life of a Palestinian teenager for three years and shows her determination to resist the Israeli military occupation of her hometown. Followed by live music and dancing at 7.30pm. Leichhardt Town Hall, 107 Norton St. Organised by Leichhardt Friends of Hebron. Ph Miriam 0414 589 643.
Oil Shale or Shale Oil?
A Case of Mistaken Identity
By Keith Kohl
Thursday, June 17th, 2010
There are few things in life that anger me more than one of my readers being swindled.
And you should be just as irritated, because it's your hard earned money that's at stake.
Communities for a Better Environment v. City of Richmond: climate change mitigation measures do not stand muster under CEQA
Alston & Bird LLP
June 15 2010
Should bigger oil tankers really be in Vancouver?
By Peter Baker,
Special to The Province
June 17, 2010
Vancouver has been a major crude-oil export port for many years. Crude-oil exports last year hit four million metric tonnes, or about 29 million barrels, according to Metro Port Vancouver. Plans are now underway to increase those shipments this year.
Syndicated from Slashdot
on Fri, 2010-06-18
m94mni writes "The European Parliament wants to monitor your Internet searches for child porn offenders, as previously reported. The declaration was adopted yesterday, and in an interview with the Swedish news outlet Europaportalen.se, the Italian MEP behind the declaration, Tiziano Motti, shares his views on the Internet and anonymity.
From the archives: the economics of war and empire in Afghanistan
By Robyn Maynard - June 18, 2010
In August of 2008, 18-year-old Fredy Villanueva was playing dice in a parking lot in Montreal North when he was shot and killed by police officer Jean-Loup Lapointe...In 2010, the tragedy faced by the Villanueva family got worse. Having lost one son, Lilian Villanueva is now facing the possibility of being forcibly separated from another...Dany Villanueva, who was an eyewitness to the killing of his brother, is slated to be deported to Honduras, a country in which he has not resided since 1998, when he was 12.