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Screen_shot_2014-05-31_at_7.15.48_pm 05/31/2014 2014 Left Forum Saturday Evening Feature Event
Imagining a World with Transformative Justice: Reform and/or Revolution Today
Letf_forjm 05/30/2014 Left Forum 2014
Live Stream of 2014 at John Jay College NYC
Screen_shot_2014-05-28_at_10.41.02_am 05/28/2014 Monsanto Protest March
Hundreds of New Yorkers march to Union Square as part of a Global Day of demonstrations against Monsanto, voicing overwhelming support for the demand that GMO foods be labelled.
Bedquotaimage 05/15/2014 A Little-Known Congressional Quota is Placing LGBT Immigrants in Grave Danger
An arbitrary congressional quota requires that DHS maintain bed space to jail 34,000 immigrants every day—regardless of DHS’s actual need to detain immigrants and at a cost of more than $2 billion per year.
Fast_food_workers_ap_img_2 05/15/2014 Fast-Food Workers Unite
On May 15, fast food workers in New York City, and in other 33 countries across the world, flooded the streets as part of the global day of action to demand for higher wages and for their right to organize unions, among other demands.
Sugar-03-inline 05/14/2014 Kara Walker - An Homage to the Unpaid and Overworked Artisans
Kara Walker latest exhibit pays homage to the factory workers from Brooklyn’s legendary Domino Sugar Factory.
Justice4cecily 05/14/2014 Cecily McMillan: A Cascade of Injustices
Rally to protest verdict of 2nd Degree Assault against Occupy Wall Street activist Cecily McMillan.
Screen_shot_2014-05-05_at_1.53.13_pm 05/05/2014 2.4 million behind bars
The United States locks up more people, per capita, than any other nation
Full_disclosure_-_vietnam 04/29/2014 Vietnam: Full Disclosure
Veterans for Peace "Full Disclosure - Vietnam" campaign is an effort to speak truth to power and keep alive the antiwar perspective on the American war in Vietnam -- which is now approaching a series of 50th anniversary events.
Greenfire 04/23/2014 A Fierce Green Fire
If we don't save the environment, then whatever we do in civil rights will have no meaning. Because then we will have the equality of extinction.
Fred_ho 04/22/2014 Fred Ho August 10, 1957 – April 12, 2014
Composer, aurthor, scholar, provocatur, teacher warrior, and bad-ass baratone saxaphonist. Founder of Scientific Soul Sessions.
Madrd 04/21/2014 Pieces of Madrid
The latest short documentary in the Global Uprisings series explores ongoing resistance and self-organization in the midst of the crisis in Spain.
1971 04/21/2014 1971: FBI successful break-in
On March 8, 1971, with a TV broadcast of the Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier fight serving as sure-fire distraction for security, eight activists calling themselves the Citizens' Commission orchestrated a dramatic break-in to the FBI offices in Media, Pennsylvania, packed hundreds of classified files into suitcases and sent them out to the press.
Fracked 04/18/2014 Fracking: the shock doctrine of the global gas sector
The global gas sector has a long-standing tradition to accumulate private gain from seizing economic crisis around the world. Under the disguise of "clean energy" and sustainable alternative for climate change, the gas industry has been profiting off from land taken for drilling and fracking, regardless of the devastating impact on climate change.
Monicajones2 04/15/2014 Stand with Monica: Stop Profiling Trans Women of Color
Black transgender and sex-worker activist, Monica Jones, was convicted for prostitution-related charges sting operations a clear example of criminalization of trans women of color.
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