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News :: Labor : War in Iraq

Audio of Iraqi Labor Solidarity Tour in Baltimore

Listen to two delegates from the IFTU (Iraqi Federation of Trade Unions) speaking in Baltimore regarding organized labor and the occupation of Iraq.

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Commentary :: War in Iraq

Rep. Conyers’ Spotlights Bush’s Pack of Lies

The Downing St. Memo was center stage on Capitol Hill, in Washington, DC, on June 16, 2005. Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) called a hearing to focus on that leaked document, which shows that President George W. Bush, Jr., and his cohorts, were looking to “cook the intelligence” on the Iraqi War. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said Bush is “a liar” and it’s time to bring the troops home!

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News :: Civil & Human Rights

Former Camden Yards Worker Speaks on Angelos Protest

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As workers, students, unions, and communities of faith prepare for the United Workers Association's upcoming protest at Camden Yards, Dennis Burns, a former worker at Camden Yards takes time to be interviewed. Dennis is part of the organizing team putting together a protest at Camden Yards for June 17th at 6:30pm. The rally is set to take place at the Eutaw Street entrance.


News :: War in Iraq

Vets, Students Standing Up Against Recruiters

Ryan Donnelly, 20, spent May 21 at Navy Pier in Chicago keeping an eye on military recruiters who were working the crowd the day after a “stand-down” day wherein recruiting was suspended to retrain recruiters in the wake of widespread reports of abuses.

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Commentary :: Activism

One-Man Truth Squad: Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss!

I’ve seen him at every major Anti-War demonstration in Washington, D.C. going back to the massive protest action of Oct. 26, 2002. His name is Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss. On May 26, 2005, he was in front of the White House sending warm greetings to the new Palestinian Authority President, Mahmoud Abbas, who was meeting with President George W. Bush. Rabbi Weiss is an unrepentant foe of Zionism. He is also a one-man Truth Squad!

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Commentary :: Baltimore MD : Children : Culture : War in Iraq

Baltimore Street Theater Performances Reinterpret Classic Radical Play

Inspired by Ubu Roi, Alfred Jarrey's radical 19th century play about the inevitable corruption of power, a group of Goucher students decided to update the play to meet today's challenges and to stage a series of street theater performances. Directed by theater major Iris Kirsh, the participants developed their short scenes by reading the play and trying to relate key themes to current events. While not inspiring riots, as did the original Parisian performance of the play, the students tackled issues of gender, the school system, and Bush's foreign policy.


Commentary :: Protest Activity

Sharon Gets Hostile Reception in D.C.

Leave it to Israel’s Ariel Sharon to bring everyone together! His appearance in Washington, DC, on May 23, 2005, brought out hundreds of vocal demonstrators. The occasion was the annual conference of AIPAC, which is a part of the alien-based Zionist Cartel juggernaut. Ex-U.S. Sen. Ernest F. Hollings (D-SC) said, “The Iraq War was for Israel.” Are Sharon and the Zionist Cartel scheming a repeat performance for us with Iran and Syria?

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News :: Children

Lock Up the Kids--Here Comes the BAP!

This article reports on a rally to redress the deliberate underfunding of the city schools despite court orders to release the money. The march and rally was organized by high school students who have been involved in the Algebra Project.


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