A young woman named Holly is being
prosecuted in Alameda County for an arrest that took place during the
January 14, 2009 Oscar Grant protests. She is asking anybody who
attended those protests to review their video or photos to see if they
have photos of the scene. She is also asking if anyone, who took
video/photos of both the January 7th and January 14th protests, would be
willing to share their footage, and possibly testify at trial about the
general atmosphere of the Oscar Grant protests.

Police murder in Portland, anarchists respond

Tuesday Mar 23rd, 2010
12:16 PM

"We don't give a fuck, the time is now."

Innocent Until Executed .. We have no right to exoneration.
For years, death-penalty opponents and supporters have been working
their way toward a moment in which each side would rethink things. They
were seeking a case in which a clearly innocent defendant was wrongly
put to death. In a 2005 Supreme Court case that actually had nothing to
do with the execution of innocents, Justices David Souter and Antonin
Scalia tangled over the possibility that such a creature even existed.


Homes Not Jails - Rally, March, and
Building Occupation on Easter Sunday, April 4th @ noon. Rally at 24th
Street & Mission Streets followed by march to the occupation site.
Housing should not sit vacant when people are living on the streets.
People should not not be evicted for profit. People's rights should
come before property rights. Come out and let your voice be heard.


I am writing to you because a young queer prisoner in the Federal
Prison system at La Tuna in New Mexico needs your support! Anthony
LaRue (85582-008) has been fighting to take care of his teeth for
many, many months now. He currently has only eleven (11) teeth with
NO contact points, making chewing nearly impossible. Tony has lost a
considerable amount of weight and can't chew his food properly,

Ex-cop pleads guilty in Katrina bridge shooting

 New Orleans, Louisiana (CNN) -- A former New Orleans police
lieutenant pleaded guilty Wednesday to obstruction of justice in
connection with the police shootings of civilians in the days after
Hurricane Katrina.

Two civilians were killed and four others were injured in the
shootings on the Danziger Bridge.

A special benefit event: Free 'Em All for MUMIA ABU-JAMAL

A special benefit event: Free 'Em All!


Mumia Abu-Jamal is an innocent political prisoner, framed for a crime he didn't commit, and now in his 28th year of incarceration on death row. Recent Supreme Court rulings have upheld his fraudulent conviction in a grotesquely unfair trial, and sent him closer to execution. 

Pam Africa, Spokeswoman for the Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal

Youth Together Film Screening of "Greensboro: Closer to the Truth" & Community Panel Discussion

When:  Thursday, February 18th, 2010 6:00-10:00 (Movie Starts at 7:00pm)
Where: First Congregational Church of Oakland

2501 Harrison Street, Oakland, CA 94612

Dear Friends and Supporters,


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