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Rich sez: "What can I say? This was the best piece we could find for a new feature, but I just hadda put up a rockin' video to go with it. The words are all in Russian, but the tune's pretty cool."
Dec 22 2011 - 5:03am
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Dec 12 2011 - 12:16pm
On Wednesday, Dec.7, DA Seth Williams announced that he would not seek the reinstatement of the death penalty by not calling for a new sentencing hearing for death row journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal. Read more in the new article by David Love in The Grio, entitled From Troy Davis to Mumia: Have we turned a corner on the death penalty?
Today is the 30th anniversary of Mumia's arrest on Dec. 9, 1981. An historic event for Mumia featuring Cornel West, Michelle Alexander, and many others, will be held tonight at 7pm at the Constitution Center, 5th and Market (watch the live stream here.). Earlier in the day, there is also a press conference at 11am, Friends Center, 1515 Cherry Street and a Honk for Mumia, 4pm – 5:45, East Side of City Hall.
Dec 9 2011 - 4:48am
Occupy Philly was only in place for a little under two months, but the echoes of it will remain. Here is a round up of the perspectives that were posted to the phillyimc newswire.
Dec 6 2011 - 11:57am
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Nov 27 2011 - 6:57pm
Mayor Nutter has insisted that Occupy Philly abandon its camp by 5:00pm Sunday the 27th. An emergency meeting has been called at the Arch Street Methodist Church for 3:00pm Saturday the 26th to discuss.
Nov 25 2011 - 9:46pm
On October 15, City Council voted to support a proposal to release developer Ralph Horowitz from the 2.6-acre green space requirement, making it easier for him to sell property at 41st and Alameda. Previously the site of the famous South Central Farm, the land was catapulted into the international media in 2006 when Horowitz faced off with a massive community mobilization to save the community-based
Nov 19 2011 - 3:28pm
On the evening of Sunday the 13th of November, marchers from Occupy Wall Street (OWS) joined up with members of Occupy Philadelphia (OP) to collaborate in a night-time march. The OWS people were on their way to Washington DC to make it clear that "We are the 99%!" More Info & March Schedule Here. Image links to Monique Frugier's video coverage. More Coverage from TheRoot and RT.com.
Nov 14 2011 - 7:36pm