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image 911 Brings Burkhas and Chains to America Karen Summerfeld 2006-09-12 1:40 PM
911 Brings Burkhas and Chains to America
(WASHINGTON 9/12/2006) Their motto relies on the words of a former American president, Jimmy Carter, "America did not invent human rights. In a very real sense, it is the other way around. Human rights invented America." (image/jpeg + 3 comments)

text Friends Of Shotgun Joe Riot Against Police tense 2005-05-24 7:37 PM
Friends of shotgun joe williams rioted in the 9th ward sunday night against police during a party to celebrate what would have been Joe's 23rd Birthday. (text/plain + 3 comments)

audio New Orleans-to-Gaza Strip Delegation's Report Back Matt Olson 2009-07-17 7:34 AM
A group from New Orleans traveled to the Gaza Strip in June 2009 to document, witness and talk with people affected by Israel's massive attack in December 2008 and January 2009 on this 140 sq mile section of land bordering Egypt and Israel/Palestine. (audio/mpeg + 7 comments)

text Tacky Bush Tree Massacred The New Orleans Political Fashion Police... 2009-09-12 6:41 PM
Solidarity (text/plain + 1 comment)

image Anarchism, Violence, and Brandon Darby's Politics of Moral Certitude MJ Essex 2009-06-26 4:59 AM
Anarchism, Violence, and Brandon Darby's Politics of Moral Certitude
In post-Katrina New Orleans, anarchist truths found fertile, if toxic grounds to take root and grow. New paths were walked on. Antiauthoritarian principles emerged as important guides for both reconstruction and the struggle against disaster capitalism. A million or more equally important stories can now be told about mutual aid, cooperation, subversion of authority, disruption of state and capitalist plans. And yet Brandon Darby's morality tale has become a media darling, due in no small part to his perfect and full adoption of his role as a state agent, regardless of whether it was official in 2006, or whether the FBI is still cutting him paychecks. We owe it to ourselves to tell these other stories of New Orleans, St. Paul and beyond. (image/jpeg + 10 comments)

text Developers and Officials Face Off Against Residents of Public Housing During Cong. Hearing Darwin BondGraham 2009-08-22 12:00 AM
A House Financial Services subcommittee wrapped up its second day of hearings in New Orleans today. The focus was on the state of public housing since Katrina. Billed as a field hearing on the status of the “Big Four” —the St. Bernard, Lafitte, CJ Peete and BW Cooper developments— the subcommittee, chaired by Maxine Waters (D-CA) took testimony from federal and local officials, fair housing advocates, residents of public housing, and representatives of the development corporations who have led demolition and rebuilding at the four sites. (text/plain + 1 comment)

image John McDonogh High School: Not so Great Expectations Elizabeth Cook 2006-10-19 12:07 PM
John McDonogh High School: Not so Great Expectations
The State Recovery School District is selling its students short by creating, as described by students themselves, a "prison atmosphere" that lacks the essentials to deliver a quality education. (image/jpeg + 1 comment)

image Who's In GNOBEDD With LSU? A. Caritas 2009-06-17 2:13 PM
Who's In GNOBEDD With LSU?
Major investors have created enormous economic and political pressures on LSU to build its $1.2 billion hospital in lower Mid-City <p> Casual observers might think that the pro-Charity vs. LSU teaching hospital conflict is an argument over two competing plans to bring health care back online in New Orleans. It is not. The difference between the two camps is in fact much more fundamental with the pro-Charity coalition valuing health as a human right versus LSU and its supporters valuing health care as a business anchor around which an industry can grow, land values can inflate, and hospitals can make money. No set of facts better illustrates this divide and fleshes out the LSU camp's motivations than the machinations of major real estate developers in Mid-City. In spite of the post-Katrina rise in mortality and morbidity rates —due to the local health care system's bedraggled state— LSU and its allies have stubbornly refused to entertain the notion of reopening Charity, favoring their economic development centered plans over what pro-Charity advocates define as an issue of the human right to medical care. <p> Into this conflict numerous journalists have intervened with facts and analysis. We (“A. Caritas” is a pen name for several researchers) reported in December about real estate acquisitions of several developers in and around lower Mid-City, questioning the for-profit motivations driving the LSU-VA project. New information about these developers and biotech boosters has compelled us to chime in again, especially in response to Times Picayune reporter Kate Moran's glowing profile of one Mid-City developer published in April. (image/jpeg + 7 comments)

image Sacco & Vanzetti Memorial Blockparty Iron Rail 2009-08-17 6:33 AM
Sacco & Vanzetti Memorial Blockparty
This Sunday 8/23 marks the 82nd anniversary of the execution of Sacco and Vanzetti, two Italian immigrant Anarchists who were very likey convicted of a crime they did not commit. Gathering of eating, drinking, celebratory their struggle at the Iron Rail, 511 Marigny from 2pm until sunset. (image/jpeg + 1 comment)

text Free Yoga Classes Expand to Saturdays Community Center of St Bernard 2009-07-02 4:57 PM
Free yoga classes at the Community Center of St Bernard, 1107 LeBeau St, Arabi will be held every Saturday from 11AM - Noon beginning July 11, 2009. (text/plain + 1 comment)

text Katrina's Hidden Race War A.C. Thompson 2008-12-24 9:02 PM
Repost from The Nation; an investigative report supported by the Nation Institute. In Algiers Point, white vigilantes shot African Americans with impunity in the days following Hurricane Katrina. (text/plain + 1 comment)

image the nature of Wax the ness man 2009-07-23 9:45 AM
the nature of Wax
the nature of Wax (image/jpeg + 1 comment)

text Why Sunland project is absolutely possible and why it has to be done? Dmitriy Kremnev. 2009-06-28 3:03 PM
Many people are constantly asking us: “How are you going to arrange proper living conditions and other facilities for the sunlanders? How are you going to organize Sunland’s economy?” Some people even express doubts in our fairness, while quite the contrary others reproach us in unrealism and keenness on empty fantasies. In this short article I shall try to prove that the Sunland project is a genuine project and more over its significance goes beyond the framework of an ordinary settlement in some obscure location. (text/plain + 1 comment)

audio Katrina Survivers protest planned trailer evictions at FEMA's DC HQ WSQT Direct Action radio 88.1 FM in DC 2009-06-01 7:18 PM
On June 1m the first day of hurricane season, New Orleans residents still displaced by Hurricane Katrina showed up at FEMA's headquarters at 500 C st SW in DC with a FEMA style trailer and a message: STOP plans to evict people from trailers, and pass Gulf Coast Civic Works Act. 43 min audio is ENTIRE press confernence (audio/mpeg + 1 comment)

image Has Change Come to Post-Katrina New Orleans?:Bush, Obama, and the First 100 Days Jay Arena 2009-04-26 2:48 AM
Has Change Come to Post-Katrina New Orleans?:Bush, Obama, and the First 100 Days
As people in the U.S. and around the world make their evaluation of President Barack Obama’s first one-hundred days, many--that is, those that truly wanted a break from the racist, militarist, anti-working class policies of the Bush regime--are coming to the conclusion that the ‘change’ his campaign promised seems to have turned into ‘more of the same’. (image/jpeg + 7 comments)

text Cuba's Aid Offer Now 1,586 Doctors With 36 Tons of Medicine; Feds Still Have Not Accepted Karen O'Keefe 2005-09-05 12:56 PM
The doctors are standing by and ready to travel to aid the Gulf's hurricane victims. (text/plain + 5 comments)

text National Guard: "Stand up to unlawful orders; remember, you are CITIZEN and a SOLDIER SOLDIERMEDIC 2005-09-03 11:57 PM
The following letter from an anonymous soldier appears in today's Sept 3 issue of the "GI-Special" daily GI newsletter. (text/plain + 2 comments)

image Protest at Lafitte Leading Up to DC Visit by Housing Residents Darwin 2009-02-06 4:24 PM
Protest at Lafitte Leading Up to DC Visit by Housing Residents
Residents of public housing and supporters gathered in the cold outside of the Lafitte development today rallying against evictions and demolition. (image/jpeg + 2 comments)

image Ruling in the Case of City Council V. Tracie Washington Darwin BondGraham 2009-03-12 7:54 PM
Ruling in the Case of City Council V. Tracie Washington
Judge Orders Restraint Against Further Dissemination of Documents and Handover in 24 Hours for His Inspection. (image/jpeg + 1 comment)

image Why Weren't We Invited? Grassroots Housing Advocates Respond to New HUD Chief's Visit Darwin 2009-03-05 10:31 PM
Why Weren't We Invited?  Grassroots Housing Advocates Respond to New HUD Chief's Visit
Public housing residents and advocates were excluded from the HUD Sec.'s "listening tour." (image/jpeg + 2 comments)

text The 911 WTC "Traces of Tritium" Lie Is Obstruction of Justice by Accessories to Ed Ward, MD 2009-03-08 7:08 PM
Simple conversions and basic math show that so called traces are more than 50 times background and over 1,000 TUs. (text/plain + 3 comments)

text BTL:Cindy Sheehan Calls for Protest Against Obama Iraq and Afghanistan War Policy Distributed by Squeaky Wheel Productions http 2009-03-09 3:53 PM
BETWEEN THE LINES Syndicated Radio Newsmagazine --Weekly Summary (text/plain + 1 comment)

text Hundreds Protest Shreveport Police Murder Anonymous 2003-07-15 11:03 AM
<img src="http://www.shreveporttimes.com/images/photos/200305032313372.jpg"> <br /> <p> <br /> Richard Hardy of St. Mary Baptist Church consoles Marquise Hudspeth's mother (who asked to be unidentified by name) on the steps of the Caddo Parish Courthouse on Saturday during a rally downtown. The march and rally at the courthouse were organized by the local chapter of the NAACP as a response to the March 15 shooting death of Hudspeth by members of the Shreveport Police Department. (text/html + 1 comment)

text How Dependent Are Police On “Asset Forfeiture” To Pay Police Salaries? Dan Scott 2009-03-13 7:10 PM
Any fresh denial to the government when questioned about committing a crime “even when you did not do it” can “involuntarily waive” your right to assert in your defense—the “Criminal Statute of Limitations” has passed for prosecution. (text/plain + 1 comment)

text Bork, The Black Panthers, Cointelpro and NOLA Public Housing Part 1 Michael Steinberg 2009-03-03 1:18 AM
Bork's case today and the New Orleans Black Panthers almost 40 years ago are connected. Cointelpro and the struggle to save public housing are just two of those connections. (text/plain + 1 comment)

text Comment On the Draft "Policy Recommendations to Support Gulf Coast Housing Recovery&q sam jackson and stephanie mingo 2009-02-22 2:14 AM
This article is a critique of a draft proposal by five progressive non-profits providing policy recommendations to the U.S. Congress concerning the promotion of affordable housing in the storm devastated areas of the Gulf Coast. This analysis is the collective work of New Orleans housing activists who have been fighting for affordable housing in the city since Katrina and longer. The main criticism of this analysis is that the proposal of the five non-profits, in general, represents a continuation of the failed private sector driven approach to rebuilding the Gulf Coast begun in 2005 under the direction of the Bush Administration. (text/plain + 2 comments)

image WHERE DID THE FEMA MONEY GO? Geoff Pender 2007-08-31 9:01 AM
WHERE DID THE FEMA MONEY GO?
No bid contracts and profiteering off of misery is what you get when you don't indict the entire Bush family for treason. (image/jpeg + 1 comment)

text david vitter, public housing & crime mike howells 2007-10-21 11:24 PM
In a recent opt-ed piece for the Times-Picayune U.S. Senator David Vitter justified his arguement against the Gulf Coast Housing Recovery Act , in part, by asserting that it fuels violent crime. This article examines official statistics regarding public housing and violent crime in New Orleans to test the validity of Vitter's assertion that public housing breeds violent crime. This study reveals that the mass demolition of New Orleans public housing in the 1990s and 2000s has not helped alleviate the homicide problem in Louisiana's largest city. (text/plain + 1 comment)

text Darby not informant in NOLA Cassidy Sheek 2009-01-28 8:01 PM
Brandon Darby didn't inform on Common Ground. (text/plain + 2 comments)

image The US Government’s Usage of Atomic Bombs - Domestic - WTC Ed Ward, MD 2006-09-25 8:37 PM
The US Government’s Usage of Atomic Bombs - Domestic - WTC
The factual evidence indicates that our government is using and has used 3rd or possibly 4th generation hydrogen bombs domestically and internationally. The evidence for international usage is not quite as strong as the domestic usage, but when domestic usage is considered the international usage seems inescapable. The process of exclusion based on the known facts leaves only one viable option for the destruction of the World Trade Center (WTC) buildings - a relatively pure hydrogen bomb. (image/jpeg + 8 comments)

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