We wish we could say this was solely a natural disaster, but every scientific source clearly has pointed out that “global warming” has been at the root of this kind of “super storm.” It is not an exaggeration to say that we have arrived at the tipping point on the climate crisis. The people and scientists who have been fighting this issue from India to Bolivia for decades must be allowed to step in and implement a real peoples plan and we must work to halt the capitalist system itself. Or else.
We can do it! People’s power must be on the agenda! Solidarity is our first defense! The movement must come together.
Join the Peoples Power Assembly this Saturday for an emergency response. But if transportation problems prevent you from reaching 34th St., there is much still to do.
Things are already bad —
and they are about to get a lot worse!
The people must prepare to defend ourselves against the life-threatening and ever-intensifying economic and social misery that Wall Street and its politicians are imposing on us, including endless war.
Baltimore marcha contra recortes en servicios públicos
En la ciudad de Baltimore, EE.UU., activistas y organizaciones comunitarias, sostienen una lucha para impedir el cierre de servicios municipales orientados a la educación, la recreación y la seguridad. Nuestro corresponsal, Alfredo Miranda, nos informa desde esa ciudad.
Gather at the site of the proposed Youth Jail at East Madison St. - between Graves and Forrest Streets - and march to City Hall for a Youth Speak Out
High school & college students, employed and unemployed, young mothers and fathers join the March and Speak Out. Open mic for youth! We need to hear from you! Everyone of all ages let's March again & then listen to the youth at this important assembly for Trayvon Martin.
Rally on the East side of City Hall at 13th and Market from 4-6 pm
For more information, call 215-724-1618 or email
Rally for Justice and Jobs! Justice for Trayvon Martin!
5:30pm US Federal Building Kennedy Plaza
6:30pm March up College Hill to Lippitte House on Hope St
Demand 50% of the Jobs...for People of Color & Providence Residents
7:00pm Hearing on$28 Million Apartment/Dorm Project
For more information, contact RI PEOPLES ASSEMBLY & RI UNEMPLOYED COUNCIL: 401-481-6672 or email
International Day to Demand Justice for Trayon Martin in DETROIT!
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 6:30pm - 8:30pm
The Historic King Solomon Church
6100 14th Street
Detroit, MI 48208
International Day of Solidarity for Trayvon Martin and Kendrec McDade (and all Profiled Victims)
April 10th 6:00pm
Steps Of Pasadena City Hall
This Is Our Time To Come Out As A United Community Against Racial Profiling, For Transparency In Government And Jobs Not Jail For The Men And Women Of Our Community.
For more information, call 626 786-5204 or email
April 10th 6:30pm
Downtown at the old, historic Courthouse Square
For more information please call Terry Willis, President of the Homer NAACP.
New political space has opened due to the momentous eruption of the Occupy Wall Street Movement and its slogan "the 99% vs. the 1%." This movement continues despite massive repression organized by Homeland Security.
To respond to this repression and fight back, a People's Struggle for our basic needs and rights, with a program appealing to all workers, especially workers of color who face disproportionate levels of poverty, homelessness, unemployment and repression, is needed.
The rich get richer. They continue to put profits before people and attack what's left of the social safety net. We need a struggle for People's Power to win our basic rights.
The National Tour on building PEOPLES POWER will begin this discussion. It will not just be in union or community halls, it will also be in the streets. We have to march and demonstrate during this election year, to expose the lie that politicians represent the people's concerns.
Very little has been done to elevate and preserve the special history of Baltimore's Civil Rights movement — which has national significance.
The 1955, student sit-in to oppose segregation at Read's Drug Store was the first sustained and successful sit-in of the Civil Rights movement. It predated many of the sit-ins that are well known nationally.