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Breaking Through Power: Historic Civil Mobilization Now by Ralph Nader

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by Ralph Nader
The Nader Page
April 22, 2016

Ever wonder why Presidential and Congressional election campaigns fail to meaningfully connect with civil society? 764 more words

Politics

Merayakan Hari Kartini*

Ada sederetan kejadian menarik minggu-minggu ini, dimulai dari perjuangan para Kartini Rembang yang melakukan aksi ‘menyemen kaki’ sebagai protes terhadap pembangunan proyek semen PT. Semen Indonesia yang akan merenggut tanah kelahiran serta sumber air kehidupan mereka hingga hebohnya pernyataan Dian Sastro saat ditanya mengenai pendapatnya tentang Kartini Rembang yang tengah melakukan aksi di depan Istana Presiden, ia menjawab: “Itu jadi menarik adanya kasus sekarang. 2,212 more words

Social Movement

BLACK GIRLS ROCK

Although self-esteem proves to be a tough obstacle to overcome, there has been a powerful force working to minimize the hardship. This powerful force has been Black Girls Rock, Inc. 302 more words

Self-esteem

Translating the Bern Internationally by Todd Chretien

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by Todd Chretien
Socialist Worker
April 21, 2016

The Bernie Sanders campaign isn’t alone among events in the United States capable of inspiring international solidarity. 2,782 more words

Politics

One more step...FY !

“Education is not preparation for life, it is life itself. Prepare for outer, rather than bookish”Students of Vikrant college(Gwalior) visited Gohad village , around 35km far from Gwalior (M.P.)They played street play with a theme of… 215 more words

10 Radical Manifestos Whose Revolutions Never Came

Because every revolution, movement, or uprising needs its manifesto, many figures outlined their visions in artistic or political texts. These radical movements caused a stir, others a howl, and eventually became nothing but fading sounds. 2,683 more words

Writing

NEOhio AFSC April 15, 2016 Podcast

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We summarize last week’s activities; share upcoming events for next week and interview David Cobb, Move to Amend National Outreach Director and principal of the Program on Corporations, Law & Democracy on his “barnstorming” speaking tour in Ohio, elections, social movements, corporate rule, race and oppression, and the Move to Amend 10 year plan for ending corporate constitutional rights and money as speech.