Monthly Archives: June 2016

Why don’t we stand with Turkey, like we did with Paris and Orlando?

Why don’t we stand with Turkey, like we did with Paris and Orlando? By Matt Ayton Night was coming on as I arrived in Heathrow airport on Tuesday. In a waiting lounge at the airport’s central bus station, the urgent and … Continue reading

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#‎MoratoriumNow‬ ‪#‎ICEoutofGA‬ ‪ ‪#‎Not1More‬

Join us on  Monday, June 27 as we respond to the SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the United States) decision! The criminalization of our communities must END NOW! When: Monday June 27, 2016, 10AM Where: Georgia State Capitol Here is the … Continue reading

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New York just approved the nation’s first “terrorist registry”

New York just approved the nation’s first “terrorist registry”—and the implications are scary Following the Orlando nightclub shooting, New York’s state senate passed a bill it’s touting as a “Historic First-Ever State Terrorist Registry Proposed to Protect the Number One … Continue reading

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On Saturday, July 16th, WRFG celebrates its 43rd birthday! Harlon Joye celebrates his 2000th show on WRFG!

On Saturday, July 16th, WRFG celebrates its 43rd birthday!  Harlon Joye celebrates his 2000th show on WRFG!  Why not have a party?  We’ll do just that at the CWA Local 3204 Hall on Logan Street.  We’ll have music with Hero The … Continue reading

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From Emancipation to Today’s Black Lives Matter

Juneteenth celebrations will take place across the US this week-end, marking the emancipation of enslaved Africans in Texas on June 19, 1865. Known as Freedom Day or Juneteeth Independence Day in Black communities across the US, The Labor Forum will … Continue reading

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Justice For Berta! Atlanta’s Solidarity With the People of Honduras

The Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH), an Indigenous Lenca organization made up of 200 Lenca communities in Honduras, has issued a call for protests at Honduran embassies and consulates around the world on June 15, … Continue reading

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FREE JASMINE #BLACKLIVESMATTER

In a perverse misapplication of a 1933 California law intended to stop lynch mobs from forcibly removing detainees from police custody and engaging in public murders of Black people, Black Lives Matter organizer Jasmine “Abdullah” Richards was convicted of attempted … Continue reading

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