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  • Interview with Bob Edgar, former six-term congressional representative, president and CEO of Common Cause, conducted by Scott Harris

    PhillyIMC Staff adds that Bob Edgar was "Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1974 to represent the Seventh Congressional District of Pennsylvania, outside of Philadelphia..."

    Feb 2 2012 - 9:57am
    Between The Lines
  • He’s out!

    Credit ‘people power’ for getting internationally known inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal sprung from his apparently punitive, seven-week placement in ‘The Hole.’

    For the first time since receiving a controversial death sentence in 1982 for killing a Philadelphia policeman, the widely acclaimed author-activist finds himself in general population, a prison housing status far less restrictive than the solitary confinement of death row.

    Ene 31 2012 - 11:39am
    Linn Washington, Jr.
  • Stratfor, a private intelligence organization hacked by Anonymous in December, has been investigating the Occupy Movement and Deep Green Resistance (DGR). The emails released contain information gathered both through Stratfor's internal investigation and through a contact with the Texas Department of Public Safety.

    Ene 27 2012 - 2:22pm
    Deep Green Resistance
  • Interviewer: How would you define democracy?

    Maroon: In it’s broadest sense – to me – democracy is the ability of the individual to exercise self-determination in the core areas of economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex, war and peace; taking under consideration the need to both support and guide children until they can responsibly exercise those things on their own.... [Read More | Image from the National Jericho Movement]

    Ene 19 2012 - 12:41pm
  • The crisis in foreclosures promises to get even worse in the near future, with up to 3.6 million people losing their homes over the next two years, as estimated by the New York Federal Reserve.

    Up until August 2011, all 50 State Attorney Generals were negotiating with five banks that were accused of “robo-signing” documents and conducting illegal home seizures. That month, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman decided to oppose what he felt was Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's undue haste in trying to get a settlement and to instead pursue criminal charges against the five banks. Over the next four months, as evidence of blatant illegality mounted, seven other State Attorney Generals followed Schneiderman's lead and left the settlement group.

    Read Full Analysis & News Roundup by Rich Gardner, PhillyIMC | Related Indymedia Reports from East New York, Baltimore, and the December 6 National Day of Action | occupyourhomes.org

    Ene 16 2012 - 11:18am
  • Last month, following the Philadelphia DA's decision to not hold a new sentencing hearing, Mumia Abu-Jamal was transferred to SCI Mahanoy, in Frackville, PA, where he as since been held in "Administrative Custody." His present conditions are actually worse than they were on death row at SCI Greene. Please join us in our call for Mumia to be immediately transferred into general population.

    For more information, please visit prisonradio.org and freemumia.com.

    More Coverage: Sadism in the Cell by Linn Washington, Jr., Counterpunch | The Torture of Mumia Abu-Jamal Continues off Death Row by Hans Bennett, Prison Radio

    Ene 11 2012 - 2:10am
    Prison Radio
  • The First United Methodist Church of Germantown calls it a wrap after conducting a monthly vigil in opposition to the Iraq War since late 2006.

    Fox News is terribly upset that Iraq War veterans didn't receive an enthusiastic homecoming parade in their honor, but Al Jazeera examines the site of the war's biggest battle between insurgents and Americans and finds Fallujah is still a pile of rubble, citizens there are still pulling dead bodies from the wreckage, there's still no steady electrical power, still no real victory.

    Our frequent contributor Stephen Lendman has recently written on Iraq's and the Middle East's condition several times.

    Ene 3 2012 - 2:51pm
  • December 31, 2011 — I learned from William Singletary's wife, Jeannette, that he died this morning. Bill was a courageous man who lived fighting to make the truth known — that Mumia is innocent in the shooting death of police officer Daniel Faulkner. For that Bill suffered severe personal and financial consequences. I've known Bill since June 1990 when he came forward with his eyewitness testimony for Mumia and as a witness at the PCRA hearing in 1995, when I was co-counsel for Mumia.

    Ene 2 2012 - 2:19pm
    Rachel Wolkenstein
  • Baba Bob Shipman is a longtime community activist in Philadelphia. He’s involved with various organizations around the city including the Institute for the Study of Civic Values, Phillyneighborhoods, the Philadelphia Parent Partner Yahoogropus Community, as well as Philadelphia IMC. He is currently the "Social Media Ambassador" for newsworks.org and website administrator for xoffendersofpa.ning.com and x-offenders.org.

    WHYY recently highlighted Bob's work in their "Citizen Spotlight" Program. In the interview, Bob speaks of his sense of servanthood, the roots of his activism, how the internet has affected him, and his hopes and fears for his city. Read Interview | Bob's Reflections on his Work

    Dic 30 2011 - 9:27pm
  • Fifty years after Fanon’s death in Bethesda, Maryland new generations of young people encounter his books with electric excitement.

    Re-posted from NYC.Indymedia.org | More from Richard Pithouse: video | syllabus

    Dic 27 2011 - 10:28pm
    Richard Pithouse