Ashanti Alston Speaks in Houston Texas

  • Posted on: 22 February 2010
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td><a href="http://sdshouston.wordpress.com">Students for a Democratic Society at UH</a> would really like to thank everyone who came out this Friday to catch the dynamite speakers we hosted at the University. Dozens of Coogs and folks from the community came to hear Ashanti Alston talk about the legacy of the Black Panther Party and Black liberation struggle as part of a struggle that continues against the systems of oppression that impact our communities.

An anarchist infoshop in Estonia needs your support to survive the harsh winter

  • Posted on: 21 February 2010
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>The 'A-library' ('A-raamatukogu', www.araamat.org) which is an anarchist/alternative infoshop in Tartu, Estonia (Eastern-Europe) needs your help. The winter of 2009/2010 has been exceptionally cold and our heating expenses have been way bigger than expected. Since we don't receive funding from any organization, foundation or institution, and depend on individual donations from the local scene to pay for utilities and rent, for now our monetary resources have been exhausted.

Blockade of Golden Ears Bridge, Unceded Katzie Coast Salish territory

  • Posted on: 20 February 2010
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Watch <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMhBo1wonA0">Video</a>

Building Bridges and Highways for greed!

As part of the No 2010 Olympics Convergence, members of Katzie First Nation and supporters took part in blocking the Golden Ears Bridge spanning the Frazer River between Pitt Meadows and Langley B.C. - Coast Salish Territories.

February 13, 2010

Evegreen State College Housing Community Center Occupied!

  • Posted on: 20 February 2010
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>We just realized we’ve been paying money in order to follow rules. Rules that we have no say in. We also realized that soon we will be paying even more money and following even more rules that we still have no control over, and it makes us disheartened, discouraged and frustrated. Realizing these things and feeling this way led us to the discovery that we can and should be able to commandeer the facilities that we are paying for. We realized that we can stop being subjects ruled by an administration, a bureaucracy and a campus police force.

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