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Lawsuit: Baltimore City Council Holds Illegal Meetings. UPDATE: City Council President Sheila Dixon Testifies!

A community coalition fighting to downsize the Baltimore City Council has filed a suit accusing the Council of dirty political tricks.
UPDATE: Baltimore City Council President Sheila Dixon acknowledges that she may have violated Maryland's Open Meetings Act. But she didn't mean to.


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Baltimore Celebrates Peace

In opposition to the Bush administration's drive toward war in Iraq, 1,000 Baltimoreans protested for peace. The September 11 "Peace Path" was organized by Women in Black.

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"Baltimore Believe": The Black Art Of Propaganda

assembled.jpgDespite the widespread hoopla, the "Baltimore Believe" campaign of vacuous moral uplift has generated nothing but indifference and derision on the street level. This article from the upcoming CLAUSTROPHOBIA explains why.

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The National Alliance--a Factsheet

The rally of the various right-wing, white supremacist groups in Washington, DC, August 24, was organized by the National Alliance. It is considered by many professional observers to be among the most dangerous of the neo-Nazi movement in the United States. This article looks at who they are and what they stand for.

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Fascists Countered In D.C.

On August 24, white supremacists representing the National Alliance, the World Church of the Creator, and neo-nazi skinhead groups marched in D.C. for a rally at the Capitol. They were met by angry anti-fascist and anti-racist counter-demonstrators, while the police--out in full force--struggled to maintain distance between the two sides.

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The Indymedia Interview. Anthony Ratcliff: From L.A. Gang Culture To Ecosocialism

Anthony Ratcliff recently completed a masters in history at Morgan State University. An activist for over ten years and a member of the Black Radical Congress (B.R.C.), Ratcliff has been involved in the Baltimore activist community for three years doing work to build a chapter of the B.R.C. He has also been involved with the Baltimore Green Party. We talked to him about hip-hop culture, the B.R.C., Greens politics, and the demand for reparations. We met at One World Cafe in Charles Village. (This is the second in a series of interviews with Baltimore-area activists.)

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Meet Max Obusewski

This is the first in a Baltimore IMC series on political activists in town. In this installment we introduce Max O, a man who has been engaged at the forefront of progressive political movements for over 20 years.

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We Shall Not Forget - Hiroshima Remembrance Day

August 6th was the 57th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and the 18th commemoration in Baltimore. The Hiroshima-Nagasaki committee organized a remembrance of the event so that we do not forget the horrors of nuclearism.

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