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To silence protesters, BART pulls plug on cell phone antennas

August 13, 2011

The San Francisco Bay Area, historic birthplace of the Free Speech movement and a pioneer in the digital age, is now apparently the first place in the United States to have had its electronic communications deliberately disabled in order to pre-empt a political protest.

Barack Obama: Africa’s friend or enemy?

June 28, 2011

President Obama, who many expected to bring peace and civility, has become a warmonger. His predecessor, George Bush, created so much animosity in the world … So naturally, the world expected Obama to be different. Sadly, this hasn’t been the case.

The Egyptian youth uprising: a statement in support from the perspective of a U.S. political prisoner

March 18, 2011

The youth movement in Egypt has been defined as a revolution, but it more resembles an uprising against tyranny – an uprising reminiscent of the Black youth uprising that occurred in the United States against the tyranny of Jim Crow segregation.

‘Bombing his own people?’

March 17, 2011

As pro- and anti-government forces battle for supremacy in the cities and deserts of Libya in North Africa, the tenor and tone of U.S./Western reporting puts the lie to the often heard claim of journalistic objectivity.

Global and local people power unites

March 16, 2011

Crying “Have a Heart, Save Our Homes,” a large Bay Area coalition marched in a driving rain from City Hall to the San Francisco Federal Building – Causa Justa/Just Cause, San Francisco Coalition on Homelessness, POOR Magazine/Prensa POBRE and many more.

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Slaying pharaohs

March 12, 2011

“I have slain Pharaoh” is now the collective cry in Africa and the Middle East. All people dedicated to freedom should join in their cry.

Deep inside every one of us is a Revolution waiting to happen

February 16, 2011

Once again, the world is rising up against oppression. In the U.S., our time will come. Remember the kind of commitment we saw in Malcolm X, who was murdered 46 years ago this month. On the morning of Feb. 21, Malcolm received a phone call saying, “Today is the day.” He showed up anyway, knowing that that day could be his very last day on this Earth. Malcolm did not let fear control his commitment to the cause of freedom and justice. That is the real stuff we all are made of. Deep inside every one of us is a Revolution waiting to happen.

Victory for Egypt’s leaderless revolution

February 12, 2011

The Egyptian revolution was successful because it had no leaders, only coordinators of bottom-up energy. This new form of leadership among Egypt’s – and ultimately the world’s – young people suggests there will be many more such surprises in the future, both at home and abroad.

The people have won!

February 11, 2011

This people’s victory in North Africa, first in Tunisia and now in Egypt, is OUR VICTORY TOO. We, the people of the world, must move forward toward global revolution that will liberate the entire global community.

Let the people’s will be done in Egypt and Haiti!

February 11, 2011

Join your voice with the roar of the crowds in Egypt and Haiti to demand that President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton end support for Mubarak and support the Egyptian people’s will and allow Aristide to return and allow real democracy in Haiti.

Egyptian blogger describes clashes

February 7, 2011

Mahmoud Salem, known in the blogosphere as “Sandmonkey,” is among the most famous and savvy young Egyptian bloggers, now working at the edges of Liberation Square. On his way to the square with medical supplies, he and several of his colleagues were arrested and beaten mercilessly.

Revolution has come!

January 31, 2011

Hallelujah! Revolution has come! The political miracle spreads as the power of the people manifests all over North Africa, particularly Tunisia and Egypt. This could very possibly be the beginning of a global revolution that would free the people of the world from the tyranny of the 1 percent who own 80 percent of the world’s resources – and initiate real democratic self-determination. As Frederick Douglass noted: “Power concedes nothing without a demand.” We must collectively and globally demand our human rights, human equality. All power to the people! People of the world, unite! – Kiilu Nyasha

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