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Teachers of Miami-Dade County Call:

Take a personal day or sick day, Monday April 12th to oppose Florida Senate Bill 6/ HB 7189 Meet 3:30pm at: Tropical Park, 7900 SW 40th Street, Miami, Florida We need to show our power and force Governor Crist to veto the bill! We need to meet and organize ourselves autonomously as teachers from the […]

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Teachers and Public Education are Under Attack in Florida

Education reform seems to be the buzzword coming out of all the politicians’ mouths these days, and these words have taken on a menacing form in the case of Florida. In Florida, education reform is supposedly at the bottom of legislation such as HB7189 and SB 6. These companion bills, emerging from the Florida House of Representative and the Senate respectively, claim to have education reform in mind, but are little more than thinly veiled attacks on the teaching profession, and in particularly its unions. While I think there is much to be desired from our public education system, make no mistake about it these bills simply don’t address any of the fundamental problems plaguing our current system

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Imperialist domination and the popular masses

by Jan- Miami Autonomy & Solidarity (MAS) In consolidating the Haitian dominant classes and their state apparatus, imperialism plays a direct and indirect role in maintaining the dictatorship of the dominant classes on the masses. Imperialism intervenes directly on class struggles in the Haitian social formation.

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Announcing Wild Rose Collective In Iowa City, Iowa

Wild Rose Collective is an anarchist organization based out of Iowa City, Iowa. We are a small group of folks who have been involved in various projects in the immediate area for the last 3 years or so. One of those projects was Wild Rose Rebellion, which was the previous, more loose and informal incarnation […]

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Anarchist Accountability

by Thomas- Miami Autonomy & Solidarity (MAS) “This disease of disorganization has invaded the organism of the anarchist movement like yellow fever and has plagued it for decades…There can be no doubt, however, that this disorganization has its roots in a number of defects of theory, notably in the distorted interpretation of the principle of […]

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Come to the Starbucks Workers Union event on March 21st!

The IWW Starbucks Workers Union: Five Years of Rebuilding the Labor Movement from Below Sunday, March 21 2010 2:00 Iowa City Public Library Room A Talk Description: On May 17, 2004, baristas at the 36th & Madison Starbucks announced their affiliation with the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), one of the oldest unions in […]

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BATAY OUVRIYE POSITION STATEMENT: After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake

Much has been said and much is happening. The situation is very grave. Very. This situation is maddening! The January 12th earthquake has devastated several cities in Haiti. There are several others that were struck but are not being talked about, because Port-au-Prince, Léogane, Ti Gouave, and Jacmel have all been impacted so much. As […]

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Latest Update on Haiti Solidarity

Dear comrades, We wanted to update everyone on the money that has been raised for Batay Ouvriye , as well as what Batay Ouvriye has said they will use it for.  In the next week we will have a report of BO’s activities with more detail. So far $6,724 has been donated and we have […]

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Call for Solidarity and Funds for the Working People of Haiti!

Original Posting on the Blog of Miami Autonomy and Solidarity: 01/14/09: A natural disaster has descended upon Haiti whose scope we only are seeing the surface of at this time. The Haitian people will be struggling to rebuild their lives and their home possibly for decades in light of unprecedented collapse, both physical and social. […]

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