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LOCAL Announcement :: Alternative Media : Arts & Culture : Gender & Sexuality

Emma, a Play by Howard Zinn, at the Monterey Bay World Theater

Emma Goldman... an activist for Free Speech, Anarchism, Women’s Rights, Draft Resistance, Worker’s Rights, and Free Love.

Come share the experiences of early 1900's Anarchists struggling for a people's revolution, risking everything against the suppression of the state and the ruling class in a society where dissent was deemed criminal (seems like times haven't changed that much).

Participate in the re-telling of stories written out of high school history books and fight for people's histories to be heard.

The play will be presented on November 12, 13, 14, 16 and 17 at the Monterey Bay World Theater in Seaside.
 

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LOCAL News :: Education & Youth : Labor & Economics : Poverty & Urban Development

Estudiantes y Trabajadores Undios a UCSC

In addition to the large rally in the Baytree Plaza on November 10, AFSCME workers, UC students and community members entered the bargining meeting that took place in Conference Room D above the Baytree Bookstore at UC Santa Cruz. The following photos show people heading towards Conference Room D and demonstrating in the Baytree Plaza. A hand-painted banner posted above two ATMs posed the question, "How Much Does the Chancellor Make an Hour?"
 

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LOCAL News :: Labor & Economics : Poverty & Urban Development

Workers, Students and Community Members Rally and Bargin for AFSCME at UCSC

On November 10, hundreds of people demonstrated and bargined for better wages and working conditions for AFSCME members at the nine University of California campuses and five medical centers. AFSCME stands for American, Federal, State, County and Municipal Employees. Local 3299 AFSCME members are employed by the UC to serve food; clean bathrooms, dorms, labs, offices, and hospitals; drive shuttle buses, and park cars. The rally effectively demonstrated that AFSCME workers, UC students and members of the Santa Cruz community, including 3rd District County Supervisor Mardi Wormhoudt and newly elected Santa Cruz City Council member Tony Madrigal, are committed to improving the working conditions for service workers in the UC system.
 

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Announcement :: Government & Elections

ELECTION FRAUD UPDATES, JusticeForBush.com

BREAKING NEWS FOR ACTIVISTS WORKING ON VOTING FRAUD
 

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Interview :: Labor & Economics

Building Bridges Radio - Wal-Mart Discriminates with Liza Featherstone & Judy Gorman Sin

Building Bridges Radio presents this 28 minute radio program. TO LISTEN CLICK ON LA INDYMEDIA AUDIO LINK
 

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News :: Government & Elections

Nation's Poor Win Election for Nation's Rich

WASHINGTON, DC—The economically disadvantaged segment of the U.S. population provided the decisive factor in another presidential election last Tuesday, handing control of the government to the rich and powerful once again.
 

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Commentary :: Government & Elections

The Theft of the 2004 Presidential Election

Analysis of the stolen election
 

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Announcement :: Peace & War

A MOM'S FYI: WHAT WILL I DO IF MY CHILD IS DRAFTED?

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Announcement :: Peace & War

VETERAN'S DAY ACTION

VETERAN'S DAY ACTION - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11th - please share widely
and quickly!!
 

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LOCAL News :: Education & Youth : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

Protest at UCSC, Stop the Bombing of Fallujah

On November 9, a small group of people gathered at the base of the UCSC campus to protest the bombing of Fallujah. I had the chance to speak with Mar, a construction worker from El Salvador, and Nora, a student at UCSC who was protesting for her first time. There is also a Station ID for Free Radio Santa Cruz.
 

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