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October 31st, 2011

from Charo R. Walker

The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations – an African led Coalition – will, for a third consecutive year, forward the demand for a peace agenda that necessitates an end to imperialism and will also continue to build a just resistance to imperialism itself.

The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations will hold a Rally, March and Town hall Meeting on Saturday, November 5th in Philadelphia under the slogan “Stop the Wars! Build the Resistance!”

The Black is Back Coalition recognizes and opposes the many imperialist wars being carried out against the majority of the world’s people. Throughout the Middle East, in North Africa, in the Americas, in North American concentration camps euphemistically referred to as Indian reservations, in the internal colonies—the Barrios and the criminalized African communities of North America, Europe and Australia and on the African Continent imperialist wars are being waged.

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Tell Congress to Extend Unemployment Insurance

October 26th, 2011

Homeless members of a new Tent City in Antioch Tennessee.

Almost two million out-of-work Americans will lose their federal unemployment insurance in January -- and millions more later in 2012 -- if Congress does not renew the benefits before they expire Dec. 31.

A new report by the National Employment Law Project1 shows that if we don't act soon, 40,500 people in TN will lose their unemployment insurance and slip into poverty.

Millions are struggling to find work in an economy wrecked by Wall Street. Will you help by asking Congress to extend unemployment benefits?

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Civil and Political Rights Leaders Fight Expanding Police Surveillance and Repression

October 7th, 2011

Latino and Muslim Leaders Hold Public Forum on Saturday, October 15, 2011 to Stop Fed and Local Police Investigations and Spying Based on Political Expression and ‘Religious Profiling’

WHEN: Saturday Oct. 15 at 4pm

WHERE: Judson Memorial Church (Assembly Hall), 239 Thompson St. (by Washington Sq. South)

Contact 1:
James Owens - [773-474-3837], NY Committee to Stop FBI Repression

Contact 2: Teresa Gutierrez – [917-328-6470], May 1st Coalition for Worker and Immigrant Rights

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