Monthly Archives: January 2011

Long Live the Revolution of the Egyptian People!

We are proud to re-post this Communique, written by our comrades  and heroes in Egypt! Jan. 29, 2011 Statement by Non-Partisan Egyptian Political Forces The People Demand the Overthrow of the Regime for Dignity, Freedom, and Social Justice Fellow Citizens, … Continue reading

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Tunisia: the revolutionary initiative of the masses continues

Repost from Written by Jorge Martín Friday, 21 January 2011 While the “new” Tunisian government of “national unity” (in fact, stacked with Ben Ali ministers) had its first meeting on Thursday, January 20, and attempted to rush through a series … Continue reading

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Solidarity Demonstration with the Tunisian Revolt

When: Jan 15th 11:00- 13:00 where: Tunisian Consulate San Francisco, 3401 Sacramento St. (@ Walnut) Beginning late last year, Tunisia has erupted into widespread rioting and revolt against unemployment, hunger, and state violence. After 22 year-old student Mohamed Bouazizi was prevented … Continue reading

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Ask Katehi

The following appeared in The Aggie’s “Ask Katehi” column. We’ve edited it to make reading easier. If a student has concerns regarding is pissed off at the administration, what’s the best route to take? I would like to think we … Continue reading

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Student Strike in Puerto Rico met with Repression

A student strike against the neoliberal education policies of conservative Governor Luis Fortuño Burset of the right-wing, pro-statehood New Progressive Party has led to the invasion of the University of Puerto Rico’s campus in Rio Piedras, just outside San Juan, … Continue reading

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To the new year! To anarchy!

The time has come to recognize that the fee increases, tuition, the privatization of the university, are here to stay.  No change of the guard can save us, no new university president, no new regents board, no new administration, no … Continue reading

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