Archive | October 2016
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I live in the Bronx and was just a few train stops south of this Nazi-like raid by NYPD. I heard nothing about it between the day it happened and the day I hit the road one week later to go west to help a severely disabled person relocate. This is not typical police behavior […]
I received the following from the Organic Consumers Association: TOP NEWS OF THE WEEK NO KANGAROOS HERE Sunday, October 16, is World Food Day. It’s also the day that the International Monsanto Tribunal will conclude, in The Hague, Netherlands—and mark the beginning of justice for Earth and its inhabitants Monsanto and its friends in […]
Wrongful arrests and prosecutions happen EVERY DAY in the U.S. We need to bring OUR criminal justice system up to date. It’s stuck centuries in the past and we continue to allow innocent people to rot in jail. Not only does this despicable situation put innocent people in jail, it allows criminals to roam the […]
Jalil Muntaqim, poet extraordinaire and long time political prisoner, currently resides in the notorious New York State prison, Attica. He was arrested in California in 1971, along with Herman Bell and Albert Washington, allegedly for the murder of two NYC police officers. Convicted in 1974, he was given a sentence of 25 years to life. Due […]