Western governments risk creating a new generation of Islamist
extremists if they continue to support repressive regimes in the » Read more | 93 reads «
More than 110
countries have signed up to the Copenhagen Accord on fighting global
warming, but the United Nations said on Wednesday their pledges for
cutting greenhouse gas emissions were insufficient.
Some words are
like plastic: They linger long after they’ve been tossed out.
get comments like, ‘Any time I throw something away, I think of you,’”
said Adam Korst, photojournalist with the Polk County Itemizer-Observer.
Iran's most senior nuclear official today
arrived in China for talks, a day after Beijing
agreed to begin drafting a UN resolution imposing sanctions against
Tehran over its nuclear progr
Last week, Jack Dale Collins, a homeless man having a mental health crisis was shot and
murdered by the Portland Police. Two months ago, Aaron Campbell, a suicidal black man
grieving over the death of his brother the same day, was shot with beanbag guns, killed by
a shot in the back, and had dogs released on his corpse.
Fossil Fools Day marked in Halifax
"We've done a lot to create the problem [of climate change] and done nothing to solve it," says Emily Rideout, one of the participants in » Read more | 154 reads «
Barack Obama earned the instant anger of environmentalists and many of his core liberal supporters yesterday by declaring his intention to open vast areas of off-shore waters for future drilling for oil and gas, reversing decades-old policies of leaving the waves to fish, gulls
More than two months after the earthquake that devastated Haiti, at least 30 survivors who were waved onto planes by Marines in the chaotic aftermath are prisoners of the United States immigration system, locked up since their a
A weekly round-up including:
- Prices and production
- Venezuela’s Power Crisis
ATLANTA, Georgia - As citizens, businesses and non-profit organisations seek to transition to cleaner power sources like solar and wind, some big energy firms whose business models rely on polluting sources are standing in the way.
Democracy Now! 2010-04-01 Thursday
- Headlines for April 01, 2010
- Environmental Groups Decry Obama Plan to Lift Moratorium on Offshore Drilling
- As Donors Pledge $9.9B for Post-Earthquake Reconstruction, Haitians Call for Inclusivity, Justice in Rebuilding Effort
- "We Made a Devil's Bargain": Fmr.
Full contents and text of Resistance 121, April 2010 --- BA strikes: Beat Bullying Bosses!
--Greek Fire: the struggle against austerity measures in Greece ---- Public Sector Strikes
Solid ---- Royal Mail Deal: Another Sell-out ---- Struggles over education in California
Beaten, Arrested, Suspended and Criminalised: Sussex Uni Students and Workers Fight On!
Nottingham AF present the Nottingham leg of a national speaking tour Freedom to Organise!
by the current secretary of the International Workers' Association IWA-AIT to highlight
ongoing repression of independent worker's associations in Germany and Serbia. The event
is at The Sparrows' Nest on Thursday 25th March and starts 7:30pm.
There is a Community Action Network gathering in Nottingham, at the Sumac Centre on
Saturday 27th March - a national meet up of radical groups to stand up for our local
communities and our interests - how best to organise and take action. Find out more online
here. Folks from Cambridge Anarchists will be going to that, probably by coach.
Coulter cancelled, racists blocked, and INAC occupied