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Defining Our Spaces for Ourselves – unapologetically BlackCuse Pride

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By LoriKim Alexander & Rahzie Seals

You know that feeling you get when you walk into a space and feel immediately unwanted and uncomfortable? Think about what that feels like for every space you encounter when trying to find a safe community, especially within a community that is supposed to be for you. BlackCuse Pride is run by co-directors LoriKim Alexander and Serena “Rahzie” Seals. We exist for those of us who sit on the margins, and hold space for folks in the intersection of lived realities.

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Celebrating 10 Years of ArtRage

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various contributors
Tonto gallery picture
TONTO REVISITED: Native American Stereotypes Collection of Tom Huff.
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A Voter's guide for NY state elections

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by Paul Weichselbaum, with contributors Elaine Denton, Ruth Kutz, Peter McCarthy, Doug Wolf, and Elaine Wolf

With all of the attention paid to the national and international damages from the Trump regime, it is critical to see how important state and local concerns and resistance are. What we do in New York State can be a barrier to the Washington reactionary government and can also be beneficial to New Yorkers. This review highlights major issues that state and local governments should address and for which diverse progressive communities are mobilizing.

 

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The 70th Year of the Nakba for Palestinians

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By Julia Ganson

The military occupation of what is called “the West Bank” (from a Jordanian perspective) continues. The move of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem was implemented in May on the day commemorating the Nakba.

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SPC in Action

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by different authors

Beyond War and Militarism

Beyond War and Militarism (BWaM) is a joint committee of the SPC and the CNY Solidarity Coalition. It draws resources from both parent organizations and enhances their interrelationship

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Nuclear Progress? Nuclear Action

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By Diane Swords, Peter Swords and Michaela Czerkies

Can we possibly approach the commemoration of the 73rd anniversary of the most violent act in history, the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, with any signs of progress toward abolishing these weapons?

There are some real glimmers. Last July, 122 nations signed the UN Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty initiated by the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN); the US was not among them. Then in December, ICAN won the Nobel Peace Prize!  When 50 of those 122 countries ratify the Treaty, it will come into force.

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Criminalizing Dissent and Palestine Solidarity

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By Ursula Rozum

The election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the US unleashed a wave of protests and demonstrations. In response to the outpouring of dissent, anti-protest bills have been introduced in state legislatures. Many states are drafting bills to increase fines and jail sentences for protesters obstructing traffic (Minnesota, Washington, South Dakota, Indiana, Florida, Mississippi, Iowa), trespassing on infrastructure such as railways and pipelines (Colorado , Oklahoma), wearing masks (Missouri), or refusing to leave an “unlawful protest” (Virginia).

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Workers Center of CNY Special Pullout: English

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Workers Center Special Section cover image
Worker's Center special pullout, English

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Workers Center of CNY Special Pullout: Spanish

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Spanish Cover of Worker's Center special pullout
Worker's Center special pullout, Spanish

 

 

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OUR COMMUNITY SPEAKS

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Compiled by the special issue editorial committee

 Khadijo Abdulkadir speaking to crowd
Khadijo Abdulkadir addresses the Syracuse rally in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington.
Photo: Sam Rose

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