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UndocuNation: Artists Speak Out Against SB 1070

Last week, the Supreme Court and Congress debated the fate of controversial anti-immigrant law SB 1070. But a regional collection of visual artists, writers and filmmakers are also weighing in during a historical event this Thursday, May 3rd. CultureStrike, the … Continued

Sixth Sun Media Project Creates Mural in Support of “No Human Is Illegal!”

by The Sixth Sun Media Project In Watts, California, police simply have bigger problems to deal with than artist-activists, community leaders, and students from George Washington University joining together to change the world one wall, one community, and one city … Continued

Environmentalists Protest Two West Coast Growthbusters Film Premieres

“I went to the UC Berkeley screening of ‘GrowthBusters,’ the new tongue-in-cheek film that links to the anti-immigrant movement on issues of population. I showed up with fliers that read “Growth Busted! New Film that promotes fear and bigotry,” Minnie … Continued

“Free Pancho!”: the Occupy Movement Steps Up for Immigrant Rights

“If you want to be a rebel, be kind: human-kind, be both.” - Pancho Pancho Ramos Stierle was known by members of the Fruitvale community in Oakland as a spiritual leader. Following the Occupy Oakland General Strike of November 2, … Continued

North Carolina Youth Draw Inspiration from Civil Rights Movement

By Domenic Powell The movement for immigrant rights is finding strength in the South. In North Carolina, we’ve known all along that this is where it should come from. This is a state with a long history of systemic injustice; … Continued

Not In Our Town National Week of Action: Communities Stand Together Against Hate

by Catharine Debelle A hate crime is reported nearly every hour in this country. These attacks not only harm the victim but create a climate of fear that reverberates across entire communities. This month, communities across the country join in … Continued

Tulsa Cleans Up Act! for America’s Islamphobia at Recent Event

In the damp solemnity of an overcast day, and against the typical drone of downtown Tulsa, over one hundred people gathered in silence. Carrying nothing but brooms, mops and buckets, clad in matching blue t-shirts and surgical masks, these demonstrators … Continued