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Mo Nishida on Richard Aoki (tags)
The local Japanese American / Asian Amercian community site and paper Rafu Shimpo published longtime revolutionary Mo Nishida's response to the Rafu's and general media's story about Richard Aoki being and FBI informant. Please visit the link to see a photo of Mo, and read/post comments there.
The People of Dabula Drive (tags)
This is a story about the plight of a people trying to preserve their history from the powers that be of Jacksonville Florida who threatens its existence with pending demolition, this story is that truth be known about this small spiritual community of Jacksonville Florida whose foundation goes back to the 1920’s this is the story of place named ADORKAVILLE after a African princess who came to American to redeem African Americans…..
Why Libya Was Attacked (tags)
Behind the Coup Regime Curtain (tags)
"Providing an example of what else these citizens in civil resistance are up against, the pro-coup media then takes the demonstrators’ attempt to remain within the coup decree’s 20-person limit on public assemblies, and portrays it as a sign that the resistance has lost steam. The daily Heraldo, for example, covered that same demonstration with these dishonest words: “The security lines remain, and an important number of national and international journalists, and, of course, demonstrations, which are already almost insignificant for the number of participants."
Amazing Organizing in Honduras (tags)
“Who led the march?” he asked, then answering: “The young people, and also children and senior citizens did. We went into the streets with our drums. Our drums have accompanied this process since the beginning. Last night at this event’s inauguration the energy was high because our culture was here with us, and with us the voices of the ancestors, as we go forward constructing the new nation, the new community. A better future for the community depends on each one of you.”
New Perspectives on the Immigration Debate (tags)
At The Onion, Tuesday, June 13, 2006 at 7:30 PM The Sepulveda Unitarian Universalist Society, also known as "The Onion," is located at 9550 Haskell Ave. in North Hills From Los Angeles take the 405 freeway north, exit left (westbound) on Nordhoff, go two blocks and turn right on Haskell. It's on the right side just north of Plummer. Ron Wilkins, a former member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), will be the Tuesday Night Forum guest speaker. He has worked many years toward strengthening relations between Mexican and black people. He has lectured extensively, designed and taught innovative cross-cultural courses at several colleges, displayed his "Journey to Black Mexico" photo exhibit at many venues and taken students to the Annual Meetings of Black Villages in Mexico's Costa Chica. Wilkins is a professor in the Department of Africana Studies at California State University, Dominguez Hills and Western Regional Deputy Chairman of the Patrice Lumumba Coalition. He can be contacted at: email@example.com
Free Media Software (tags)
This is the political statement for the dyneLbolic media operating system CD, a special CD that turns any PC computer into a media workstation. If you want software that doesn't engage in the tricknology of the system, you want free software.
Black Love Brown Pride! (tags)
Black & Brown Hist
Mexico welcomed fugitive slaves and African American job-seekers (tags)
New perspectives on the immigration debate
Human Bombs and Marx: Aswer to "The Jewish Question" (tags)
Notes on What to Be Done (tags)
Some thoughts on the tasks of revolutionary social movements Notes on What is to Be Done
Yuri Kochiyama (tags)
On War, Imperialism, Osama bin Laden, And Black-Asian Politics
RADIO IMC-LA: Dr. Robert Hill on History of Dissent and Struggle in Jamaica (tags)
Interview with Dr. Robert Hill, History Professor at UCLA, editor of the Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers and panelist for IMC-LA's Life & Debt benefit. Dr. Hill discusses the history of struggle and dissent in Jamaica from the 16th century to the present.