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Networked Politics – Rethinking political organisation in an age of movements and networks
Hilary Wainwright, Oscar Reyes, Marco Berlinguer, Fiona Dove, Mayo Fuster I Morrell and Joan Subirats (eds)
15 May 2007
Networked Politics is the product of a collaborative research process for rethinking political organisation in an age of movements and networks. In a world where the traditional institutions…
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u can enjoy my song in my page left frame_my music.
I wrote this song in korean. but you can enjoy this with my translation.
now it's not easy to sing a song in English. song rhythm and melodeis are just for korean lyrics
maybe for singing in English. I should change some lyrics.
you know in this song, 'you' means people who regards stranger, other communtiy, immigrant worker as a just strange stranger
Fear eats your soul
– inspired by german movie…
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Public Sevices is People's Friend
It was very…Continue
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Yesterday, March 30th 2011, I went to Cortland, NY protesting New York's budget and demanding a "Fair Budget" Rally!
It was invigorating. The crowd of union workers, public and private was about 200 strong. The speakers were mostly fiery and articulate.
Then it was over and everybody smiled and went home; including me.
This coming Monday, April 4th, will mark a day of national protest and action. All over the USA there will be rallies held to protest the huge cuts to…Continue
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before my comming to India, We had a time to arrange L'internationale. people who had listened our version said "you are very irritated at the thought of which revolution is not comming in vexation". ya i know it's not related to revolution. it was just their joke and did not hide their feeling. really really noise coz of my dry & rough voice.
anyway enjoy my song writing and singing in left frame my music.
I hope indian comrade to enjoy my songs about baghat Singh(my…
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Conditions they are bad, And some of you are sad;
You cannot see your enemy, The class that lives in luxury,
–You workingmen are poor, –Will be for evermore,
–As long as you permit the few To guide your destiny.
Shall we still be slaves and work for wages?
It is outrageous—has been for ages;
This earth by right belongs to toilers, And not to spoilers of liberty.
The master class is small, But they have lots of "gall."
When we unite to…Continue
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I would like to add, to the valuable contributions of others, my initial and unstructured reflections on the the role of the US state-funded Solidarity Centre, the major instrument of the AFL-CIO in the Global South. These others are Kim Scipes, who has written a substantial recent book about the SC and Michael Barker, on the SC in Egypt, about whom Kim has just posted an item on UBook:…Continue
London - More than 250 000 people took to London's streets to protest the toughest spending cuts since World War II - one of the largest…
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I just posted the following message on the e-mail list of the North American-based United Association for Labor Education (UALE), but I thought it might be of international interest, so I'm reposting it on Union Book.
The purpose of the Ontario Government's Bill 150 is effectively to break the union. When the employer says “no” at the bargaining table, and you can't walk out in support of your bargaining objectives, then you have to ask yourself with respect to unions: “what is the purpose of being there?”
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"Imagine living under conditions that mean simply joining a…Continue
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Come to a special screening of a new film about Mumia, the most recognised death row inmate in the world today. In 1982, he was tried and convicted for the murder of Police Officer Daniel Faulkner. Since then his case has become one of the most contested legal cases in history. A former Black Panther and now…Continue
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We at DAMTP are supporting the boycott of Guggenheim reasoned on arguments of “group of leading artists, curators, writers, and others” (http://gulflabor.wordpress.com/) and therefore demand for immediate quit with inhuman exploitation of workers on Saadiyat Island, the location of the new museum – the Abu Dhabi branch of…
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