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13.06.2021

Julian Assange’s Father and Brother in NYC to Demand Journalist’s Freedom

Julian Assange’s Father and Brother in NYC to Demand Journalist’s Freedom

John and Gabriel Shipton, Julian Assange’s father and brother, traveled from Australia to undertake a nationwide tour of the U.S. from June 6 – July 2 to advocate for Julian’s release and to raise awareness about the importance of protecting journalists and a free press. The Home Run for Julian tour,… »

10.06.2021

Can Speaker Corey Johnson Do the Right Thing for the City and Humanity? Part 3

Can Speaker Corey Johnson Do the Right Thing for the City and Humanity? Part 3

Today we have yet a new Treaty by nations tired of nuclear weapon states persistent delays, misinformation, and violations of agreements.  The NYC Council back then repeatedly steered us back to focusing on the dire needs of the city and nation rather than the false claims of the nuclear weapons… »

09.06.2021

Can Speaker Corey Johnson Do the Right Thing for the City and Humanity? Part 2

Can Speaker Corey Johnson Do the Right Thing for the City and Humanity? Part 2

On voting day, June 22nd, we’d want a Comptroller, a Mayor and a Council to herald and expand these values and this model in our town. Are nuclear weapons a worthy priority during this crisis time of Covid?  Of course!  This remains not only an imminent life and death issue,… »

07.06.2021

Can Speaker Corey Johnson Do the Right Thing for the City and Humanity? Part 1

Can Speaker Corey Johnson Do the Right Thing for the City and Humanity? Part 1

A City Council resolution, the cynics tell us, is “just words.” But the words in Resolution 0976-2019—which has languished for more than a year without a vote—very much matter. They point the way to a better and safer world. The resolution calls upon New York City to divest from… »

10.05.2021

Face 2 Face with David Rojas

Face 2 Face with David Rojas

On this show we are speaking with  David Rojas, Colombian activist living in New York, about the serious situation in Colombia where at least 19 people were killed during protests opposing tax increase and inequality. »

08.05.2021

#SOSColombia in Times Square in Photos

#SOSColombia in Times Square in Photos

Rally taking place in Times Square, New York to demand an end to the horrific state violence being committed by the Duque’s government. This protest is part of a global movement in solidarity with the Colombian people all over the world Photos by German Meneses… »

06.05.2021

NYC Rally in Solidarity with Colombia

NYC Rally in Solidarity with Colombia

May 5 2021 Manhattan, New York – over a hundred people have gathered in NYC in Solidarity with Colombia, as at least 19 people are dead in Colombia as protesters oppose tax increase and inequality. Photos by Helena La Rota… »

23.04.2021

For Earth Day 2021, New Yorkers rally at the iconic Unisphere in Flushing Meadows, Queens and call for City Council to pass nuclear disarmament legislation – Resolution 976 & Introduction 1621

For Earth Day 2021, New Yorkers rally at the iconic Unisphere in Flushing Meadows, Queens and call  for City Council to pass nuclear disarmament legislation  –  Resolution 976 & Introduction 1621

On Earth Day 2021, New Yorkers rally at the iconic Unisphere in Flushing Meadows, Queens. Call for City Council to vote and pass nuclear disarmament legislation.  Resolution 976 & Introduction 1621. For Earth Day New York members of the New York Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (NYCAN)… »

14.08.2020

Save Our Storefronts (S.O.S.) call out until NYS takes action on commercial rent relief!!

Save Our Storefronts (S.O.S.) call out until NYS takes action on commercial rent relief!!

Join us to hear updates about the SOS emergency legislation NYS Bill S-8865 on Wednesday, August 19th, 11 AM Register here Introduced by NYS Senator Brad Hoylman to the NYS Senate, the bill calls on commercial tenants, landlords and the state to share the burden of the… »

31.05.2020

NYC Rally: Justice For George

NYC Rally: Justice For George

New Yorkers massed Friday at Foley Square and the Barclays Center to protest police brutality after the death of George Floyd, who died Monday after a white Minneapolis cop pressed his knee into the 46-year-old black man’s neck. »

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