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  • Jul 21 2001 - 12:00am
    Mike Straight
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    So I have some questions for you: where is the part of town to get a cheap room, if you need to? Or find a pawn shop for a quick loan? Or a diner to get a breakfast special? Or a place to find cluster labor offices, because you just got into town and you need a little work? Where is the part of town that can provide these things? Where? you may ask, because you can’t think of that place in Philly.

    Mike Straight
    Anonymous
  • Jul 21 2001 - 12:00am
    all
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    All around the world people will be doing an action in front of the Italian's consultes next monday in memory of Carlo Giuliani.

    all
    Anonymous
  • Jul 21 2001 - 12:00am
    [LA @ listserve]
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    recent email from Geoa, reporting more police murders

    [LA @ listserve]
    Anonymous
  • Jul 20 2001 - 12:00am
    Rich Conti
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    Demonstrate at the Italian Consulate Sun 2PM

    Rich Conti
    Anonymous
  • Jul 20 2001 - 12:00am
    Robin Banks
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    The death of the young Italian anarchist during the anti-G8 protests in Genoa was inevitable.

    The death of that particular person wasn't inevitable, of course. But when you are confronting the vast and powerful
    forces of global capitalism, casualties are to be expected. It almost happened in Gothenborg during recent protests there
    -- protesters were shot with live ammunition and one nearly died.

    Robin Banks
    Anonymous
  • Jul 20 2001 - 12:00am
    A Infos
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    Report on the events at the G8 summit in Genoa, Italy.

    A Infos
    Anonymous
  • Jul 19 2001 - 12:00am
    Oil and Slavery in Sudan
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    Talisman Energy is complicit in human rights violations ranging from slavery to genocide

    Oil and Slavery in Sudan
    Anonymous
  • Jul 19 2001 - 12:00am
    t-bone kneegrabber
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    A woman walks into a meeting looking drained and scared. Her eyes scan the room trying to find friendly faces; looking for support. The rest of the room sits, silently judging her. Her gaze stops on a man across the room from her, surrounded by other men and women, looking smug. She cringes, beads of sweat appear on her skin; she is afraid and sick to her stomach. She slowly raises a shaking finger and points it at the man, "He raped me!" she proclaims. He becomes instantaneously outraged and jumps to his feet screaming, "LIAR!" The tension in the room mounts. Someone suggests separating the parties involved.

    t-bone kneegrabber
    Anonymous
  • Jul 19 2001 - 12:00am
    Scrapple Chingon
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    Last year, the University of Pennsylvania in partnership with the Trammel-Crow Corporation, Fannie Mae, University of the Sciences, and First Union Bank announced the Partnership for Quality Rental Housing Choices in University City. While the UPenn tries to put a benevolent face on this effort, it is nothing but a plan to push low income residents out of the neighborhood by raising rents.

    Scrapple Chingon
    Anonymous
  • Jul 19 2001 - 12:00am
    Robert Helms
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    One day, as I was grazing through some old essays by our city’s great anarch Voltairine de Cleyre, I noticed a name she mentioned in passing, who she said was a "professed anarchist." Writing in 1908, she gave the late Professor Daniel Garrison Brinton in a short list of examples to demonstrate that not all anarchists were ignoramuses, along with the great geographers Kropotkin and Reclus, and the much-revered "homosexual saint" Edward Carpenter. I had never heard of this man, but I was able to discover some interesting facts that supported this intriguing statement about him. This was not a working class comrade, to be sure, but wherever we follow his heart, it seems to be in the right place. I offer the following sketch on this anarchist thinker as I plan further research on his life and work.

    Robert Helms
    Anonymous