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Georgia Prisoners’ Hunger Strike at Critical Stage, RealNews Interviews Bruce Dixon


Top 10 Lies About T-SPLOST

No Papers, No Fear: The undocumented are leading. Will we follow?

At the undocumented are pledging that they "will not comply", and are stepping forward out of the shadows, refusing to live in fear anymore and committed to posing their dilemma to everyone. "If the most humble among us are willing to stand up to Arpaio and ICE, we set an example that we hope the President, the DoJ and our advocates in DC will be brave enough to follow." These young undocumented students are asking us: "Will you join the tide or will you silently join our oppressors?" Follow the link above to watch live coverage, starting at 3:00 pm Eastern, as the undocumented step out of hiding on the steps of the court house while inside Sheriff Arpaio takes the witness stand in his trial for the civil rights violations people have endured during his reign of terror.

Hunger Strike in GA Prison Enters 5th Week

by BAR managing editor Bruce A. Dixon

As the hunger strike by 9 Georgia prisoners demanding medical care, due process and human rights enters its 5th week, prison officials are surprised at the level of outside support the inmates enjoy despite a virtual news whiteout. Concerned family members and others plan to visit the Department of Corrections headquarters on Monday, July 16.


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Rapper Jasiri X on Police Killings of Black & Brown Youth: Do We Need To Start A Riot?

"Do We Need to Start a Riot?" is a response to the recent report by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement that states 110 Black people have been killed by the police in 2012, one every 40 hours,

Holyspiritz TV: Transportation Tax Referendum (interview with Terrence Courtney)

Transportation Tax Referendum by biggerbear

In this twenty minute interview, Holy Spiritz TV interviews Terrence Courtney, former member of the state committee of the Georgia Green Party and an organizer with the Atlanta Public Sector Alliance, which has been leading the fight against the Transportation Investment Act, the Beltline, the July 31st TSPLOST referendum and the corporate agenda for defunding public transit and public infrastructure in general.

FSRN: Georgia prisoners on hunger strike to protest solitary confinement

Across the US, hunger strikes in response to solitary confinement have been spreading. In California, Virginia, Ohio, and Colorado prisoners are engaging in strikes to draw attention to the practice. The protests along with condemnation from human rights groups have made an impact.


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Every 36 Hours: New Report by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement Highlights Human Rights Violations Against Black People

by Kali Akuno

Extra-judicial executions of African Americans occur with appalling, near-daily regularity in the United States, according to a report by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement. Such carnage demands the creation of a movement that “challenges the various forms of state repression and internal colonialism, including racial profiling, extrajudicial killing, mass incarceration, mass deportation, economic exploitation and various forms of displacement.”

Danny Glover & Peter Coyote: Give Me Five

The Cuban 5 came to the U.S. during the 90's to monitor the activities of anti Cuba terrorist groups operating in Miami. Their intention was to stop the attacks that since 1959 have been responsible for the deaths of almost 3,500 innocent people in Cuba. The Five are heroes to the people of Cuba who see them as unarmed defenders of their soverignty and security. They have been in prison in the United States for almost 14 years.

PrsRls: Greens denounce action of Illinois Party County Chairman

In a letter faxed this morning to the Chairman of the Cook County Illinois Green Party, Bruce Dixon, Chair of the Georgia Green Party urged that the Illinois Party official withdraw his challenge to the ballot access petitions filed by competing political parties.


"Our position in support of open ballot access is grounded not in any parochial self-interest we as Greens have in seeing our own candidates on the ballot," wrote Mr. Dixon, himself a Chicago native who relocated to Cobb County Georgia a decade ago, "but in the democratic principle that a voter ought to have the opportunity to cast a ballot for their candidates of choice and to have those ballots counted."

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