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10.01.2020

No War With Iran: Day of Action

No War With Iran: Day of Action

On Thursday, January 9, at 5 p.m. at Foley Square in NYC, the anti-war movement got together to oppose Trump’s war and say #NoWarWithIran. Trump’s reckless action has needlessly endangered countless lives of U.S. troops, Iraqis,… »

10.01.2020

Homage To Ecuadorian Journalism In New York

Homage To Ecuadorian Journalism In New York

“The profession of journalism is a quixotic task. If a writer, a journalist, would not serve his fellows, he will do well to throw his pen into the fire.” Juan Montalvo, Ecuadorian writer, essayist (1832-1889). The National Confederation of Journalists, New York chapter, homaged Ecuadorian journalism in the tri-state area… »

07.01.2020

AOC Condemns Killing of Soleimani: This Was an Act of Aggression Committed by the United States

AOC Condemns Killing of Soleimani: This Was an Act of Aggression Committed by the United States

Over the weekend, Democracy Now! spoke with New York Congressmember Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and asked her response to the assassination of Iranian general Qassem Suleimani. “We need to be tactical about how we can actively resist further escalation on already an unprecedented level of escalation and aggression by the president, and… »

05.01.2020

“No Hate No Fear” Solidarity March for Jewish Communities in NYC

“No Hate No Fear” Solidarity March for Jewish Communities in NYC

“No Hate, No Fear” march against anti-Semitism in New York City on January 5th 2020. An estimated 25,000 people gathered in Foley Square in lower Manhattan and then walked across… »

05.01.2020

National Day of Action US Troops Out of Iraq

National Day of Action US Troops Out of Iraq

Rally in Times Square on Saturday, January 4th, in support to the massive protests in Iraq following the latest U.S. aerial assault that killed scores of Iraqis, the Trump administration launched airstrikes on the Iraqi… »

04.01.2020

The Struggle To Vote, From the Suffragettes To Today

The Struggle To Vote, From the Suffragettes To Today

One hundred years ago, women won the right to vote in the United States. The women’s suffrage movement took decades of organizing to achieve success, from the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848, to mass civil disobedience and protest leading up to the adoption and ratification of the 19th Amendment in… »

02.01.2020

America Wants, Needs And Is Ready To Make A Real Choice

America Wants, Needs And Is Ready To Make A Real Choice

Why Bernie Sanders Has To Be The Democratic Candidate in 2020 By Mark Lesseraux Joe Biden and Liz Warren are careerists. Donald Trump’s “gift” is his ability to spot and crush careerists. Do recall his number 1 hit TV show. The 2020 general election will be about AUTHENTICITY, and, whether… »

01.01.2020

Rediscovering the Mayan Tzeltal culture. 1 – Indio Theology

Rediscovering the Mayan Tzeltal culture. 1 – Indio Theology

Among Mexican communities, traditional doctors from the native peoples gather to fight for the survival of their culture. “Our organization is almost twenty years old. We woke up and said Enough! to the oppression of religions. Many churches continue to offend and trample us with their prohibitions, insults and indifference… »

30.12.2019

A New Current Of Thought Is Emerging In The US And Around The World

A New Current Of Thought Is Emerging In The US And Around The World

By Mark Lesseraux As 2020 newly arrives it is rapidly becoming clear to more and more people that the current global neoliberal capitalist economic paradigm (1980 – 2019, roughly) is cracking, it is coming apart at the seams. The general initial response to this crisis in countries across the globe… »

24.12.2019

“The First Cell”: Dr. Azra Raza on Why the “Slash-Poison-Burn Approach” to Cancer Has Failed

“The First Cell”: Dr. Azra Raza on Why the “Slash-Poison-Burn Approach” to Cancer Has Failed

Slash, poison, burn. That’s what a leading cancer doctor calls the protocol of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. We spend $150 billion each year treating cancer, yet a patient with cancer is as likely to die of it today — with a few exceptions — as one was 50 years ago. »

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