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"Today We Have Come Out" Mass Uprising of Tribal People in West Bengal Partho Sarathi Ray

The events that have been happening during the last one week in the adivasi (tribal) belt of West Midnapur district in West Bengal are so unprecedented that the authorities do not know how to respond to them, and the media doesn’t understand their significance.

Global day of action November 15th 2008 Call

Resisting Capitalism and it ' Financial and Ecological ' crises during the G20 richest nations summit.

Other worlds are possible - A Grassroots Anti-Capitalist call for action.

From the Occupied Faculty of La Sapienza, Rome National Call, Rome, 22.10.2008

To the faculties in mobilization, to the undergraduate and Ph.D. students, and to all the precarious researchers

I-Witness Video From DNC/RNC Protests Emily Forman

Emily Forman here, writing from Chicago, finally having escaped from the police-state vortex of the Denver and St Paul presidential conventions. I traveled to Denver and St Paul to work as a member of the amazing I-Witness video collective: http://www.iwitnessvideo.info/news/index.html

Gathering Storms: A Team Colors Statement on the Upcoming 2008 Convention Protests Conor Cash, Craig Hughes, Stevie Peace & Kevin Van Meter | Team Colors Collective


A group of 52 local activists today announced a $2 million settlement in their lawsuit against the City of New York. The activists were illegally arrested on April 7, 2003 while protesting against the Iraq war in front of a military contractor's offices in midtown. The settlement in Kunstler et al v. New York City follows the dismissal in 2003 of all criminal charges brought against these individuals and four costly years of delays by the City in negotiating an end to the civil lawsuit.

Among all the buzz surrounding the upcoming convention protests in the United States has been a palpable silence surrounding the question we will inevitably face: after the delegates are blockaded from the conventions, after the tear gas, the arrests, the media spectacle, trauma and recovery, what will happen next? I am writing this essay with the hope that we begin trying to answer this question now and through discussion over the coming months, rather than wait for the day after expecting that momentum will carry us forward.

"Resistance from the Other South Africa" Neha Nimmagudda

"Leaders are meant to lead and to be led [by those who elected them]" — Lindela Figlan, Abahlali baseMjondolo movement

*Private Equity Sucks!*

*Take action against KKR - Thursday July 17* *1pm, Trafalgar Square, under the lions*


*Join the Global Day of Action against one of the oldest and largest private equity firms in the world: KKR (Kohlberg, Kravitz and Roberts)*

Private equity companies have gained massive influence, power and obscene wealth because they’ve stayed invisible to public attention and scrutiny. It is time for that to change!


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