May 1 2009 - 12:30pm - May 1 2009 - 2:00pm
Join the Bus Riders Union as we march for immigrant rights on May 1, 2009. We are meeting at 12:30pm at the corner of Olympic and Broadway and will be marching with the Southern California Immigrant
It is with much sadness that I share these words with you. On Sunday March 8, 2009, in the early hours of the morning on International Womyns Day, our movement for the liberation of all oppressed people's lost a fierce womyn warrior. Esther was in El Salvador, she had gone home to support the Frente Farabundo Marti in this weekend's upcoming election.
The World Social Forum officially opened with a march. In the heat, in the pouring rain, it was confusion, excitement, celebration, thousands of people packed together in the street. People of all ages danced to the rhythms of the bantucada players (Brazilian street drum corps) while other groups such as the Indigenous delegations from the Andes and the Amazon marched waving the rainbow colored Wiphala flags.
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Director of the India-based Center for Science and Environment, Sunita Narain, breaks down the global responsibilty for carbon emissions, the current debate, and the post-Kyoto future
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Founder of SWU, Ruben Solis, talks about 20 years of organizing in the Southwest. Workers unite!
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Chiapas-based journalist Kristin Bricker and human rights activist Monica Wooters, answer the question, is US policy making Mexico into another Colombia?
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Chairman of Kilusang Mayo Uno, Elmer "Kabong" Labog, talks about US-backed President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo returning the country to the repressive era of Ferdinand Marcos. A courageous labor leader speaks out.