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Black Liberation Radio, Chattanoga threatened
Lorenzoe Ervin, operator of Black Liberation
Radio, Chattanoga has received mail from the FCC threatening arrest,
equipment seizure, and possible loss of his home for broadcasting.
Leahy Resolution needs your support
Yesterday the Mexican press published several articles about the Leahy
Sense of the Congress Resolution, and it caused quite a stir in Mexico.
The Leahy Resolution criticizes Mexico's handling of the conflict in Chiapas,
calls for respect for human rights and calls for an end to expulsions of
foreigners involved in human rights work.
Global Resistance: Labor's Response to Neo-Liberal Economics
Mega-merger media outlets have given the oncoming Global Economy a big
thumbs up. World trade agreements pile up on all the front pages,
importantly, * after * our elected representatives have signed on the
Defeat Hefley Amendment
In response to demands from anti-gay religious political groups, some House
Republican leaders have drafted an amendment to gut President Clinton's
executive order banning discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in
Oppose Riggs Amendment
The Riggs Amendment to the VA-HUD Appropriations bill (H.R. 4194) would
deny federal funds to any locality that requires private companies and
organizations contracting with (or receiving a grant from) the locality to
provide health care benefits to the unmarried, domestic partners of their
Join signing a New York Times ad supporting a new trial for Mumia Abu-Jamal
We ask you to join us in signing the enclosed full-page ad in the New York
Times to win a new trial for Mumia Abu-Jamal, the Philadelphia
African-American journalist on death row.
Save Clinton's Executive Order: Federal Workplace Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation
Representative Joel Hefley (R-Colorado) is leading an attempt
to gut an executive order signed by President Clinton that
would prohibit the federal government from discriminating against
anyone based on his or her sexual orientation.
Support Zapatista Women!
UNESCO handbook on community radio
Keep Internet Open for Non-Corporate Use
QFREJ Pledge 2000 Campaign
Add the 'Stop the Violence in Chiapas' icon to your website
Stop the 1999 Cassini Probe flyby!
JUNKET magazine seeks submissions for 'Subversive Action' column
NYFMA Invited to Sweatshop Tribunal
Call for essays: Peace Review
Web developers: Free service 'Bobby'
U of Michigan Media Seminar on Women and Gender, Nov 11-14
Interactive Screen 19.98, July 29-August 8
Affirmative Action Happening August 29
Job announcement: Lesbian Resource Center Executive Director
Position available: ConsumerNet Project Director
Executive Director position, Center for Commercial-Free Public Education