Archive for May, 2011

FBI raids LA peace advocate

May 22, 2011
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Last year, 23 anti-war and justice activists in the Midwest were subpoenaed to appear before a federal grand jury regarding alleged material support for terrorism. There homes were raided by the FBI and their property – cell phones, computers, personal documents – were seized. What once had only occurred in the Midwest has now...
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One year later, ‘coffee’ still served at B of A

May 7, 2011
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Change never comes easily, especially when one is fighting the banking industry. And none probably know that better than the Coffee Party. For a year, the Coffee Party has been hosting demonstrations nearly every Saturday in front of a Bank of America in Silver Lake. Today, May 7, is its first anniversary. The Coffee...
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On eve of bin Laden’s death, panel tackles war, morality and resistance

May 5, 2011
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With most Americans against the war in Afghanistan – coupled with a recession and ailing government budgets – one would think the anti-war movement would be a dynamic force in U.S. politics. But the movement is far from the robust campaign of the 1960s or the global anti-war protests of the early 2000s. The...
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CSUF students defend education, hold sit-in

May 3, 2011
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Reporting from Orange County – A group of Cal State Fullerton students defied the rules of their commuter classmates by spending three nights camped out on campus. On April 18, CSUF President Milton A. Gordon met with students and was presented with a “Declaration to Defend Education,” which stated that education is a right...
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