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socialjusticekoolaid:

Last Night in Ferguson (9.29-9.30): Protesters gathered yet again, in a truly uplifting night of action and calls for justice. It wasn’t all sunshine and roses, due to the usual antagonism from the police, but it was solidarity at it’s finest. #staywoke #farfromover

Keep up with the action tonight. Follow the Argus Livestreams and/or BellaAiko from Occupy Oakland.

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'Liberation In Our Lifetime: A Call to Build a Revolutionary, Anti-Imperialist Women's Liberation Movement', May 19th Communist Organization, United States, 1981.
Full text:  http://issuu.com/randalljaykay/docs/liberationinourlifetime1052

radicalarchive:

'Liberation In Our Lifetime: A Call to Build a Revolutionary, Anti-Imperialist Women's Liberation Movement', May 19th Communist Organization, United States, 1981.

Full text:  http://issuu.com/randalljaykay/docs/liberationinourlifetime1052

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Zoom Madrid, Spain: Protest in Memory of the Victims of the Odessa Massacre

Madrid, Spain: Protest in Memory of the Victims of the Odessa Massacre

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Ukraine: Communist Party anti-war rally attacked in Kharkov

On Saturday, September 27 the Communist Party (KPU) had called a “March for Peace”. The call was banned by the authorities and the rally was attacked by fascist thugs. The police then proceeded to arrest dozens of protesters, including the first secretary of the Kharkov KPU  Alla Alexander.

Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov personally intervened in making sure the planned demonstration to Lenin’s monument, would not go ahead. The reason given was that the march was nothing but an “anti Ukranian provocation”. The same line of argument was used by Vice-Mayor of Kharkov Igor Terekhov who told journalists that “the Provincial Department of the SBU has at its disposal evidence that the peaceful march Communists will be used to create a provocation by non-constructive forces and to destabilise the situation in Kharkov.” He added that “we have important peace and quiet in the city. Therefore, we can not allow the holding of marches.”

This means that anyone who is in opposition to the war in the Donbass is in fact considered an “enemy of Ukraine” and his or her political rights can therefore be violated by the state with total impunity.

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'The Fight Against U.S. Imperialism & Chilean Fascism', Youth Against War And Fascism / Workers World Party, United States, 1974.

radicalarchive:

'The Fight Against U.S. Imperialism & Chilean Fascism', Youth Against War And Fascism / Workers World Party, United States, 1974.

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Congress backs Obama’s ‘war on Islamic State’

By John Catalinotto

Washington slid further down the slippery slope toward a new major war in Western Asia as Congress voted support for arming and training 5,000 troops from the “moderate opposition” in Syria. Meanwhile the top military brass expressed their skepticism that U.S. goals would be reached without U.S. “boots on the ground.”

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