2020 May Day Brigade to Cuba

2020 May Day Brigade to Cuba

Apr 26 – May 9 Caimito, Cuba From April 26 to May 10 join the International May Day Brigade in Cuba. Join with others from many continents to learn Cuba's history and current reality through ...
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Tuesday's news links - Feb. 18, 2020

Tuesday’s news links – Feb. 18, 2020

Idle No More was the start … rail blockade is next chapter Indian Country Today More than 60 shipping vessels stalled off B.C. coast due to rail blockades CBC B.C. failed to consider links between ‘man ...
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Venezuela prepares for potential threats

Venezuela prepares for potential threats

The military has been deployed throughout Venezuela. This was not only in Caracas, where weapons, soldiers and militia could be seen, but in the entire country. Each of the five components of the Bolivarian National ...
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Monday's news links - Feb. 17, 2020

Monday’s news links – Feb. 17, 2020

Protesters in Kahnawake will remain in place until Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs are satisfied CTV News Palestinians Stand in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Nation International Middle East Media Center Amazon forcing Palestinians to list themselves as Israelis for ...
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NYC March 14: A People's Victory Celebration of the release of the MOVE 9

NYC March 14: A People’s Victory Celebration of the release of the MOVE 9

Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT Holyrood Episcopal Church / Iglesia Santa Cruz 715 W 179th St, New York, New York 10033 WELCOME DELBERT AFRICA TO NEW YOK CITY Over ...
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Sunday's news links - Feb. 16, 2020

Sunday’s news links – Feb. 16, 2020

A black student left his team bus to stretch. Police swarmed and put a gun to his head, lawsuit says. Washington Post Trump Is Sending Elite Border Patrol Units to Make Arrests in Sanctuary Cities ...
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‘It is clear that this is U.S. neoliberal interference in Bolivia’

‘It is clear that this is U.S. neoliberal interference in Bolivia’

Interview with Julia 'Pachamama' Fernández and Gualberto Arispe Maita Struggle-La Lucha’s Scott Scheffer spoke with Los Angeles Native/Quechua/Chicana activist Julia “Pachamama” Fernández, and with Gualberto Arispe Maita, a MAS (Movimiento al Socialismo) representative and MAS ...
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Saturday's news links - Feb. 15, 2020

Saturday’s news links – Feb. 15, 2020

Mistrial Declared in Kafkaesque D.C. Trial of Venezuela Embassy Protectors MPN Border Patrol Will Deploy Elite Tactical Agents to Sanctuary Cities NYTimes Wet'suwet'sen Canada: protests go mainstream as support for Wet'suwet'en pipeline fight widens Guardian ...
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Cops raid Wet'suwet'en camps. Indigenous and allies respond: Shut Down Canada!

Cops raid Wet’suwet’en camps. Indigenous and allies respond: Shut Down Canada!

Indigenous people and allies who support Indigenous sovereignty have taken to the streets throughout Canada in response to multiple raids on peaceful encampments in Wet’suwet’en territory in British Columbia. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) with ...
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