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News :: Government & Elections

MIAMI HERALD RECOUNT SHOWS KERRY LIKELY WON FLORIDA

This is a post from DemocraticUnderground.com dated 11/30/04.
 

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Commentary :: Education & Youth

Orden Rosacruz asesina

la Orden Rosacruz y sus asesinatos
 

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Commentary :: Health & Drugs

Affordable Health Care for All

The class divide in health care is not much less visible in America today than it was in pre-war Britain. The public sector in general and all forms of social welfare policy are under the privatization gun.
 

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Announcement :: Civil & Human Rights : Globalization & Capitalism : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

Holding Islamic Preachers Accountable

Free Muslims start petition to punish religious leaders who preach violence and justify terrorism
 

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News :: Civil & Human Rights

Dispelling the Darkness...

ELFtowerOCC.jpgWhat are these towers for? Concentration camps in America?
 

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Review :: [none]

Looking Back Five Years to the Battle of Seattle

November 30, 1999 represented a triumphal moment for worldwide civil resistance against a global economic system that gives private corporations more power than governments. In the morning hours of N30, 1999, tens of thousands of activists from across the globe converged in the streets of downtown Seattle, to shut down meetings of the World Trade Organization, the undemocratic, international governing forum of neoliberal globalization.

The conflict became infamous around the world, partially because of the violent police response to the largely peaceful demonstrations. In years since, N30 has been remembered in the streets of Seattle and around the globe, with marches, rallies and celebrations of resistance. Dialogues about the effectiveness of the movement have multiplied in number, both within and beyond activist circles. The date is also remembered as the birth of the Independent Media Center, www.Indymedia.org.

At the WTO protests in Seattle, we had a collective vision. We saw beyond the borders that divide us. We saw people come together across every kind of political and cultural difference and stand up in a way that we had not seen in this country for decades. We saw peaceful protests shut down one of the most powerful institutions in the world and we saw a system dazed and frightened by the sound of our voices.

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Review :: Alternative Media

AUDIO: This Is What Democracy Looks Like

Audio from the video, "This Is What Democracy Looks Like."

[ Listen to the Stream or Download the mp3 ]

(47.3 mebibytes / 1 hour and 9 minutes)

 

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LOCAL Review :: Alternative Media : Globalization & Capitalism : Resistance & Tactics

A Look Back to the Historic Anti-WTO Protests of Five Years Ago

November 30, 1999 represented a triumphal moment for worldwide civil resistance against a global economic system that gives private corporations more power than governments. In the morning hours of N30, 1999, tens of thousands of activists from across the globe converged in the streets of downtown Seattle, to shut down meetings of the World Trade Organization, the undemocratic, international governing forum of neoliberal globalization.

The conflict became infamous around the world, partially because of the violent police response to the largely peaceful demonstrations. In years since, N30 has been remembered in the streets of Seattle and around the globe, with marches, rallies and celebrations of resistance. Dialogues about the effectiveness of the movement have multiplied in number, both within and beyond activist circles. The date is also remembered as the birth of the Independent Media Center, www.Indymedia.org.

The audio collage you're about to hear is a compilation of voices recorded both in the streets of Seattle, and from phone calls into the studio of Free Radio Santa Cruz.

This collage was produced by Vinny Lombardo aka V-Man, and features contributions from Freak Radio programmers past and present. Thanks to Aeon Blues, Old Lady Scar Arms, Misstress Violet, Phil Free and Fellow Worker Will, and of course, V-Man. Without them this program would not have been possible.

We first hear from an organizer at the Convergance Space; ground zero for activists gathering in Seattle to organize anti-WTO protests.
 

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LOCAL Announcement :: Alternative Media

Nigth Ride: Resistance available on Indymedia

In the wake of the single largest day of protest in world history, when 30 million world citizens marched on every continent to protest U.S. aggression and the days of rage that followed the initial bombing in Iraq, people took to the streets to show their resisteance to empire.
 

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News :: Resistance & Tactics

Int'l Policy Network Report on Climat Change Jammed

Jam IPN, 30.11.2004 01:40
A report by Neo-Con front group the International Policy Network was jammed this evening by a group of activists.
 

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