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Tuesday 6 September 2011
by  CP

N° 27. September 2011

Preliminary Notes Towards an Account of the “Movement of Popular Assemblies”, TPTG
Revolutionary Homework. Lessons to be learnt from the long back-story to the Egyptian uprising, Gabriel Carlyle
Egyptian pacifist blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad escalates hunger strike to thirst strike
Libya: (...)

Tuesday 6 September 2011
by  WoHe

War Profiteering and Peace Movement Responses

Justícia i Pau (Centre Delàs), Fundació per la Pau, War Resisters’ International and the European Network Against Arms Trade invite you to the seminar: “War Profiteering and Peace Movement Responses” to be held in Barcelona between 29 September and 2 October, 2011.
War profiteering is one of the (...)

Tuesday 6 September 2011
by  CP

From Heroes to Villains: NOPD Verdict Reveals Post-Katrina History

In an historic verdict with national implications, five New Orleans police officers were convicted on Friday of civil rights violations for killing unarmed African Americans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and could face life in prison when sentenced later this year. The case, involving a (...)

Tuesday 6 September 2011
by  CP

Did New Orleans Media Contribute to Police Violence After Hurricane Katrina?

Opening arguments begin today in what observers have called the most important trial New Orleans has seen in a generation. It is a shocking case of police brutality that has already redefined this city’s relationship to its police department, and radically rewritten the official narrative of (...)

Tuesday 6 September 2011
by  CP

The Other Side: An Interview with William Blum

Interview with historian and author William Blum about US foreign policy, democracy, and freedom of the press, and their world-wide implications.
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5875765740178483812