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‘Now Is the Time’: Ramsey Clark on Cuba and Lucius Walker

On Thursday, June 30, hundreds of people packed into Manhattan’s Riverside Church for the launch of 22nd Caravan to Cuba, and a memorial tribute to the late Reverend Lucius Walker, Jr. Among the people that spoke at the event was former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark, who captured the spirit of the evening, reminding the audience that “now is the time as never before” to continue the work that Walker began.

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The Transition to Ecosocialism

On May 7, 2011, three members from the Capitalism Nature Socialism (CNS) Journal held this seminar on Ecosocialism at the Historical Materialism Conference at The New School in New York City. This is the first of our four-part video from the seminar. Filmed & Produced by Estreito Meio Productions.

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Streets of Latin America Offer U.S. a Roadmap for Social Change

Not for decades have we seen such a global uprising from below. Not for decades, except for perhaps in Latin America, where, over the last thirteen years, social movements have lifted leftist presidents to power across the region
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A People’s Budget: Fighting Back on Tax Day

It is tax day. A day when we should be proud to contribute to our country: to pave our roads, to fund our social services, and to pay our teachers, police officers, firefighters and civil servants. “Proud” is not the word I would use, but there are answers, from a "People's Budget," to Participatory Budgeting and grassroots organizing
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Obama in Latin America: 'Common Prosperity,' But For Whom?

President Barack Obama's recent trip to Latin America was met with protests at every stop, as people questioned whether he would demonstrate the new era of “mutual respect” with Latin America that he had promised during his campaign. What they heard was mostly “más de lo mismo” (more of the same), dressed up in a language of “partnership” and cooperation.
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New Yorkers Against Budget Cuts - March on Wall Street (Video)

On March 24, 2011, thousands of workers, students, teachers and activists from dozens of New York organizations took to the streets in a "day of rage against the [budget] cuts".
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