Tag Archives: The Movement
William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe… Remarkable film tells story ofFamed civil rights attorney By Alice Embree / The Rag Blog / October 28, 2009 William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe, a film by Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler, premiered as part … finish reading FILM / William Kunstler : Disturbing the Universe
Art from Peoples’ Park 35th anniversary celebration in Berkeley, April 25, 2009. Photo by Z / Bay Area Indymedia.Berkeley’s Peoples’ Park Remembered and Zayd Dohrn’s play, Magic Forest Farm I repeat this phrase, loudly and with more emphasis: ‘Our politics … finish reading Judy Gumbo Albert : Peoples’ Park and Our Sixties Legacy
Judy Gumbo with (left) Stew Albert and Jerry Rubin, May, 1971. Photo from yippiegirl.com.In California this week, book signings, an historic poster exhibition, a theatrical event and a ‘Champion of Justice’ award all shine a light on Sixties activists and … finish reading Judy Gumbo Albert : It’s ‘Celebrate 60s Radicals’ Week!
Member of the “joyless left.” Now in the wake of Barack Obama’s victory these barbiturate leftists are back in full effect, lecturing the rest of us about how naive we are for having any confidence whatsoever in him, or for … finish reading Tim Wise : Obama’s Victory and the Rage of the Barbiturate Left
Turning the Obama campaign into a real movement: Get your ducks in a row.Ducks in Flight: The Obama campaign has often been described as the Obama Movement. Why? Because of the huge number of young people, students and others who … finish reading Bert Garskof on the Obama ‘Movement’ : Shoot Where the Ducks are
Another view of ‘Ravens in the Storm’By Dick J. Reavis / The Rag Blog / July 5, 2008 Comrades: A week or so ago I more or less promised a review of Oglesby’s Ravens in the Storm. I have read … finish reading BOOKS : Dick Reavis on Carl Oglesby
No revolution ever disappears…by Len Wallace / The Rag Blog / July 28, 2008 Penelope Rosemont, Dreams & Everyday Life: Andre Breton, Surrealism, sds & the Seven Cities of Cibola, Charles H. Kerr Publishing. Co., Chicago, 2008,ISBN 978-0-88286-234-2. Despite an … finish reading BOOKS : Dreams and Everyday Life by Penelope Rosemont
Updated July 26, 2008 G.I. dissenters in David Zeiger’s documentary “Sir! No Sir!”. Photo courtesy of Displaced Fillms.And What is the real legacy of the GI Coffeehouses?By David Zeiger / The Rag Blog / July 25, 2008 David Zeiger is … finish reading David Zeiger : Did the GI Movement End the Vietnam War?
Abbie Hoffman, proudly attired.What Would Abbie Hoffman Have Thought Of The Flag Lapel Pin Debate?By Chris Weigant / July 4, 2008 I’d like to address, in as patriotic spirit as can be mustered, the wearing of United States flag lapel … finish reading Abbie and the Theater of the Flag