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The People’s Rage in South Africa



by Mark P. Fancher

Economic and Social Crisis in Post Apartheid South Africa


RT: US political system hostile to American people

South Africa’s Unfinished Revolution and the Massacre at Marikana



A Black Agenda Radio commentary by Glen Ford


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Press statement Bench Marks Foundation

by Bishop Joe Seoka 
Yesterday the President of the SACC and Chairperson of the Bench Marks Foundation, Bishop Jo Seoka and a team, met with the striking Lonmin workers. He was told by the striking workers that they wanted management to talk to them.

Dr. Stein Brings Presidential Campaign to Georgia

Dr. Jill Stein Visits Georgia

Green Party Presidential Candidate Campaigns in Atlanta


Dr. Jill Stein, the Green Party's 2012 Presidential Candidate will begin her campaign swing through Georgia Friday morning with a press conference on the West steps (Washington Street side) of the Georgia State Capitol, Friday morning at 10 AM.  Her two day visit is filled with events  providing the voting public an opportunity to meet her and to weigh their options for this year's General Election.  

Photo Caption: Stein, a Harvard-educated doctor, was arrested at Fannie-Mae sit-in to Stop Foreclosures. | AP Photo

Meet Jill Stein, the Green Party's 2012 Presidential Candidate


Stein and Honkala, Elect Greens to the White House in 2012
Meet Jill Stein, the Green Party's
2012 presidential candidate,
7 PM Friday, August 3 at the East Lake
Commons Common House, along with Kwabena
Nkromo, our candidate for GA House District 57 at 900
Dancing Fox Rd. Decatur, GA 30032
Please use the flyer linked here to help us spread the word.

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.

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