Tag Archives: solidarity
Guilty by Association in the Age of Trump. Comparing Charlottesville to J20: A Case Study in Hypocrisy.
Repression, Harsh Sentencing and Sexual Assault.
August opened with a major development in the struggle against anti-Black racism in the US and beyond.
… because it is not an easy task, we must join our hands together. The “Roadmap” is Metta Center’s attempt to offer three things to help create an unstoppable movement of movements: unity, strategy, and nonviolent power. By Staff Metta Center for Nonviolence www.mettacenter.org PopularResistance.org June 5th, 2014 Translations of this article are available on the […]
Three Years Is Too Many! End the Investigation of Anti-War and International Solidarity Activists Now!
Solidarity is Not A Crime! September 24, 2013 (Photo Brad Sigal) Coleen Rowley protests FBI Repression of Civil Liberties (Photo Brad Sigal) Anti war activists who were raided by the FBI, or called to Grand Jury at Sept. 24 protest in Minneapolis (Photo Kim DeFranco) Minneapolis pushes back against FBI repression of anti-war activists By […]
Bradley Manning’s Trial begins on June 3, 2013 by Kathy Kelly May 29, 2013 Direct to WAMMToday A few evenings ago, as the sky began to darken here in Kabul, Afghanistan, a small group of the Afghan Peace Volunteers, (APVs), gathered for an informal presentation about WikiLeaks, its chief editor Julian Assange, and its most prominent […]
Choosing Jail: Experimenting With Redemptive Suffering by Steve Clemens. June 11, 2012 Mennonista It was in reading Mohandas Gandhi that I first learned about his “experiments with truth” – a term he used in perfecting the tactics of nonviolent resistance to the apartheid regime in South Africa and the British colonial occupation of his […]
Marching for a world without war and poverty Nicole Colson reports on the mobilization from around the country to send a message of resistance against the world leaders responsible for war and austerity. May 21, 2012 socialistworker.org Thousands march against war and austerity in Chicago as the NATO summit begins SOME 15,000 protesters took to […]
Published on May 1, 2012 by democracynow DemocracyNow.org – As Occupy Wall Street plans nationwide protests marking International Workers Day, or May Day, we discuss the movement with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, Chris Hedges; Amin Husain, editor of Tidal Magazine and a key facilitator of the Occupy movement; Marina Sitrin, author of “Horizontalism: Voices of Popular Power in Argentina” […]
An Interview With Jonathan Schell How Empires Fall (Including the American One) by ANDY KROLL March 1, 2012 Tom Dispatch When Jonathan Schell’s The Unconquerable World, a meditation on the history and power of nonviolent action, was published in 2003, the timing could not have been worse. Americans were at war — and […]
bfealk Daily Kos January 13, 2012 In Wisconsin, every week day at noon in the Capitol Rotunda and on Fridays outside the Capitol, the Solidarity Singers sing for an hour. Their first song every day is We Shall Overcome and the last verse is Walker Won’t Be governor, some day soon. Today, […]