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May our relationships and commitment to building a just and equitable future continue, for in the struggle for justice is the hope of the future.
Creative nonviolent activists succeeded in blocking roads to the official summit.
Summary:Stephen Lendman reviews Protesting Power: War, Resistance, and Law by Frances Boyle.
Zia Mian reviews books on the current nuclear threat by Joseph Gerson, Joseph Cirincione, and William
Summary:Sarah Monette reviews The Country You Have Never Seen by Joanna Russ.
Summary:Events, Gatherings, Opportunities, Resources, Campaigns
Summary:I met the eyes of my arresting officers as I was carried away, singing with all of my force. One by one my friends joined me in the police van, and we continued to sing.
Summary:The Spaniards poured red paint over themselves and danced through the gate, unimpeded by the amused police.There has been a Tea Party, a Silent Disco, and even a "Banana Blockade."
Janine Schwab on Erich Fried
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs