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Keystone Cops at the RNC: Street Theater in the Midst of Protest

There is no need for protests to be boring. With a little imagination, you can make your journey into protest zones safer and more fun. Everyone likes street theater. People like imaginative scenery to look at. Especially the media. So, think about fun ways to monkeywrench the usual, and bring about some laughs at the same time. And if you are participating in the RNC protests, and are of draft age, document your protest activities in a conscientious objector file (www.objector.org).
 

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Announcement :: Arts & Culture

MARK VALLEN: MORE THAN A WITNESS (LA Art Exhibit)

"LA artist Mark Vallen establishes himself as one of the most profound political artists of our time." - LA.com review
 

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Announcement :: Arts & Culture

XISPAS Magazine, the journal of Xicano culture, art, and politics.

justicia.JPGXISPAS Magazine, the journal of Xicano culture, art, and politics.
 

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Review :: Alternative Media

Anarchy in Turkey

Han pasado dieciocho años desde la publicación del primer periódico anarquista turco, Kara (Negro) en 1986.
 

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News :: [none]

Venezuela - Between Empire and Revolution

On Sunday, August 15th, a national referendum is scheduled to take place in Venezuela to decide whether democratically-elected president Hugo Chávez should remain in office. The outcome of this referendum, while significant, is only a fragment of a much larger and longer tale of class struggle in Venezuela, where 80% of the population lives in poverty and the richest 20% control the majority of country's natural and human-produced resources.

Chavez was first voted to office by an overwhelming majority after leading a coup attempt against the corrupt leader Carlos Andres Cardenas, who among other atrocities, brought the nation under the rule of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) 'austerity measures.' The popular movements of Venezuela view Chavez as a symbol of self-determination and hope, and the opposition's attempt to oust him as an attempt by the capitalist classes to reassert fascist rule over the country. This confrontation will not be decided solely by ballots, but by popular struggle in the streets and the countryside.

[ Venezuela Analysis [en] I Apporea.org [es] I UK-IMC [en] ]
 

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News :: Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

CALL YOUR REPS TODAY AND DEMAND A STOP TO THE FIGHTING IN NAJAF

Kathy Kelly and VITW is putting out an urgent call for action.
 

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LOCAL Announcement :: Arts & Culture

RUSHMORE at Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In

Off-kilter, sweet, and hopelessly romantic, a playfully melancholy coming of age story that plays on the themes of adolescence: teetering invincibility, ambition dogged by defeat, and the swoon of discovering yourself in un-guarded moments. Your host: Rev. Johnny.
 

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News :: Alternative Media

STOP MOSKOWITZ

Dear Friends,

Your fax could not only kill two birds of injustice with one
stone, it could birth two birds of justice in one nest:

It could assist and empower exploited low-income neighborhoods
in California.
 

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Commentary :: Education & Youth : Gender & Sexuality

“Playing House? As Kids: What Kids Learn Through Play

When I was a kid, we would "play house." That meant we would pretend to be a happily married, middle class couple, living in the suburbs, where the women raised the children, cleaned house and made food, and the men left home every weekday morning for work, and returned at 6 pm, exhausted, to be served food by the woman...
 

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News :: Peace & War

NAGASAKI NIGHTMARE

Takakura Nobuko created this painting based upon what he saw in Hiroshima. Despite the hellish devastation all around him, this one thing stuck in Mr. Takakura's memory. In his own words: "A Man who died apparently on the spot lies there with one hand pointing to the sky. Blue flames rise from his fingers, and liquid the color of Indian Ink drips down." Mr. Takakura was 18 when he witnessed this haunting reality in 1945. To visit an entire gallery of artworks created by Hibakusha (Atom Bomb Survivors), please visit:
_www.art-for-a-change.com/Atomic/atomic.htm
 

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