MAY DAY 2013: Posters from around the World!

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MAY DAY 2013: Posters from around the World!

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We must shift the national plan of action – taking the climate justice fight to the extraction hot spots, from Appalachia to Alaska and from the heartland to the coastal rigs and carbon export terminals.

It’s the first time one century has wrecked the prospects of the millennia to come, and it makes us mad enough to march – for those generations yet to come, our children, grandchildren, and their children.

The Rolling Jubilee group that grew out of Occupy Wall Street has purchased and eliminated a portfolio of private student loans worth millions at Corinthian Colleges in California.

Our window of opportunity to mitigate the climate crisis is narrow – and while it sometimes feels like an impossible burden, history shows people-powered movements like ours have succeeded before.

The solution to climate change is a system change – grounded in human rights and ecological stewardship, where communities and workers are in charge of investment priorities ensuring the right to live and work with dignity.

Organizers haven't been shy about their underlying intentions: using the September march in Manhattan as a platform on which to build an international environmental social movement unlike any previously seen.

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If you're planning to take to the streets in New York City or elsewhere this week, know that today's IMSI technology used by police or the FBI could greatly affect the privacy of your cell phone and protest communications.

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Shifting toward community-based renewable power is a strong thread running through Scotland's Radical Independence Campaign, and a free Scotland could inspire other countries to relinquish their fossil fuel addiction.

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"We know it is fraud. They know it is fraud. We look to anyone brave enough to stand up and defend the rights of the people," says homeowner defender Sherry Hernandez.

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Using social media and alternative news networks, activists and citizen journalists have found new ways to tell Americans the real story – it's immediate, it's personal, its electronic and its everywhere.

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'Aaron's Law' Proposes Reining in Federal Anti-Hacking Statute

Amendments being proposed to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act will limit the definition of unauthorized access to make a clear distinction between criminal hacking activity and simply acts that exceed authorized access on a minor level.

Australians gathered at marches and rallies around the country to protest government decisions against the common good of the nation.

While a state constitutional amendment only binds state agencies and not the federal government, Tuesday's yes vote on the 9th Amendment will protect Missourians from a practical effect of federal spying.

"Any MC back in New York knows that Hip-Hop began with that cultural pride of people who were living in the ghetto, living in the hood, living on the rez. [Our] beats are coupled with the critical, crucial and sometimes urgent messages you need to put in music."

Lawmakers Exposed: Who Really Works for the 1%?

Do you wonder which members of Congress routinely side with the richest 1 percent and Wall Street? A new “Congressional Report Card for the 99 Percent" answers that question.

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