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Ward Churchill "On Perpetual War: U.S. State Sponsored Terrorism & the Limits of Academic Dissent"

Ward Churchill @ CSUMB
"On Perpetual War: U.S. State Sponsored Terrorism & the Limits of Academic Dissent"
With introduction by Rudy Rosales, Tribal Member Ohlone-Costanoan Esselen Nation.
Monday May 2nd
CSUMB University Center Ballroom (Bld. 29)

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News :: Alternative Media : Globalization & Capitalism : Peace & War

Indymedia Under Attack by Hackers and Censorship

At this moment, NYC Indymedia is down thanks to some hackers who are proud of being republicans and military personnel. Fortunately, the site has been redirected to a temporary IMC server until the problem is resolved. Meanwhile, the DC IMC newswire is being censored in real time.

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Commentary :: Alternative Media : Environment & Food : Resistance & Tactics

Tell them to leave ANWR alone

Weekly Cartoon from Dirtworshiping Heathens Sketchbook...

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LOCAL Announcement :: Alternative Media

Santa Cruz Film Festival May 5-13

Santa Cruz, CA - The Santa Cruz Film Festival IV ‚ÄúInternational Cine‚Ä? May 5-13 is overjoyed to announce its festival line-up for 2005 online at www.santacruzfilmfestival. Awards of this culturally diverse festival will honor the accessible to the avant-garde in film. Each film submitted to the Santa Cruz Film Festival is eligible to win an award in one of nine categories; Best of the Fest Feature, Best of the Fest Documentary, Best Short Subject Narrative, Best Short Subject Documentary, Best Animated Film, Best Experimental/Avant-Garde Film, Best Student Film, Best Youth Produced Film ( under 18 years of age).

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LOCAL News :: Alternative Media : Labor & Economics

The Fourth Annual May Day Labor Film Festival

The 4th annual May Day Labor Film Festival, titled "Reel Work" runs through May 1st in Santa Cruz County. Reel Work features films, speakers and discussions highlighting past victories and ongoing struggles of labor movements across the globe. This year's festival includes premier screenings of an important new film on the infamous Centralia Massacre of 1919, discussions with Argentinean activists on the occupied factory movement, and noted author Paul Buhle reading from his new book, Wobblies: A Graphic History. The festival opened on April 24th with a screening of the Yes Men, a hilarious critique of corporate America.

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