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Anarchism in America is a colorful and provocative 1983 documentary that attempts to dispel popular misconceptions about anarchism in the United States. It includes interviews with influential anarchists Murray Bookchin, Paul Avrich, Jello Biafra, Mollie Steimer, Karl Hess, and poet Kenneth (...)
In the largest labor strike since the invasion of Iraq, ports along the West Coast—all twenty-nine of them—were shut down as some 25,000 dockworkers went on a one-day strike to protest the war. We speak to Jack Heyman of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union.
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Blackwater Worldwide is a for-profit corporation of trained soldiers and ‘security professionals.’ Some find it more instructive to label them mercenaries or hired guns. Regardless, U.S. taxpayers have already contributed more than $1 billion to Blackwater’s corporate coffers to carry out (...)
Event Showcases All Facets of Local Initiatives; Sets Precedent for Greening of Events Industry
Seattle, WA (April 24, 2008) – Green Festival, a joint project of Global Exchange and Co-op America, celebrated sustainability at its first Seattle event with an attendance over 30,000. Now in its (...)