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Dec. 18th, 2008

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seashellz

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KANDYKIDZ.LIVEJOURNAL.COM
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Sep. 3rd, 2007

hyperfast

devcandy

Hello peoples

I know it's been a long time on my part, and I apologize.

I've been spiffing up the place, little by little, and since I have gone with a layout that has a linked list, I'm putting out a call for links that you consider fitting to the community.


Arashi (嵐)
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Apr. 17th, 2006

bogoshanti

A Day Without an Immigrant

I recently joined this group, and I have noticed that it doesn't get much posting.
So I'm posting about A Day Without an Immigrant, which will occur on May 1st to demonstrate the impact that immigrants have on this country.

To look at a link with more information, check out:

http://www.nohr4437.org/

To me, A Day Without an Immigrant would be every citizen in the United States except for the Natives, who should have the true say of who belongs here and who doesn't. However, I would like to see a day in which people encourage others to become citizens of the U.S., or even forget that there is no such thing as true ownership of land, when this is common land and we should be free to roam and live in OUR WORLD. Looking through current world events, it's easy to see that much of the hatred and violence that occurs is a result of extreme nationalism and the fear of foreigners.
Encourage everyone you know to participate in the national boycott.



I'm posting on another site also.

Oct. 14th, 2005

autumn greenfields

_stop_ljcutnags

Zine #2. is ready: FEMA cancels free water to people with no plumbing: racism, classism, sexism

Hello community members and all everywhere..,

I would like to share with you a zine called "The Open Source Classism, Racism, and Sexism Project: Hurricane Katrina, The Blogosphere And Corporate Media... "White People Find, Black People Loot." Zine #2 (second edition with updates from all over the world) of this new not-for profit zine (independent magazine) printable from online is now ready.  This issue talks about many, many issues including the following issues: Censorship, FEMA Deliberately Sabotaging Hurricane Relief Efforts; African People's Solidarity Committee Statement on Hurricane Katrina; Campus Activism Administration's Agreement Regarding Classism and Racism; Building Progressive Infrastructure:   Taking Friendster and MySpace Down - Building a Noncommercial Non-Sexist, Non-Racist Alternative – by Aaron Kreider, founder of Campus Activism, with responses by many, many livejournal users over the last four days........

It is only 20 pages long. Please print them out and place them in your home, activist group, local co-ops, local coffee shops, collectives, libraries and other places. In this first issue I included 18 pages, so that you can create your own page 20 (add your agreements, disagreements with this publication, add a flyer for your activist project, your activist group, your distro, your band, etc.,) and then publish this publication as a 20 page booklet on the front and back of 5 sheets of 11" x 17" (or 279 x 432 mm) paper.

What is most revolutionary about this zine, is that it lets everyone in this community, place the issues that matter most to them on page 20 and circualte it along with other news that is not getting enough media attention.  That is the Open Source nature of this project.

There are a lot of privileged (progressive and conservative) people who would like to censor, ignore and sweep it all under the rug, including all the increasing ongoing injustices regarding Hurricane Katrina, but with your help we can make certain that the issue is not censored until those suffering most receive justice!  For those unaware, FEMA has recently turned away charities who want to deliver water to women and children in New Orleans with no pumbling.

Submissions are currently being accepted for issue #3. The submission process is on the zine. Thank you!

solidarity and love for all

p.s.

On either of these websites http://www.opensource.dsame.com or http://www.campusactivism.org/displayresource-487.htm you will find two issues:  #1 and issue #2 of this zine in both pdf format and document format.  Special thanks to everyone who who spoke up in solidarity and kindness, your supportive and positive comments are appreciated!  The longer that Hurricane victims suffer, the more that privileged people on and off the internet want to ignore those who are suffering (and they will come up with every excuse to do it).  Thank you  :o)

 

Sep. 1st, 2005

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duckyx

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Hurricane Katrina's Aftermath: SAN ANTONIO'S HEB'S Taking Donations
LAST UPDATE: 9/1/2005 10:19:29 PM
Posted By: Maritza Nunez
This story is available on your cell phone at mobile.woai.com.

The San Antonio Food Bank will be teaming up with HEB on Friday (11-02-05) for a donation drive.

If you would like to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina, you can take food and water donations at five HEB drop-off locations.

HEB Drop-Off Locations:
300 Olmos Drive at San Pedro
6580 FM 78 at Foster Road
7010 South Zarzamora at SW Military Drive
9900 Wurzbach Road at I-10 Hwy.
281 at Loop 1604

The Food Bank is looking for water, ready to eat meals, canned food with pop tops and toiletries.

Aug. 22nd, 2005

Eye

gleef

War on Raves in Utah

An armed Utah bust on a legal rave (with permit, insurance and everything) in Utah called Versus II:

    http://utah.indymedia.org/news/2005/08/11330.php
    http://www.livejournal.com/users/alostrael/153329.html
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Mar. 29th, 2005

Anemone

gleef

Beware, especially in Michigan

The Michigan State House has just passed a bill (HB-5006), which allows doctors to refuse to treat homosexuals.

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This abomination is not a law yet, but it will be if it passes the Michigan State Senate.

We live in dangerous times.

Dec. 10th, 2004

randomguy3

Stereotypes

I'm after making a "What's you stereotype?" poster and lj icon. If anyone has any pictures of stereotypes, I'd be greatful to have them. I want everything from the subtle to the ridiculous. Everything from gays & lesbians through rednecks to upper-class English snobs. And not forgetting teenagers, children and "old people", of course.

Newspaper headlines also welcome, but could you tell me what paper they come from, so I can get the typeface right please?

Thanks

Cross-posted in freak_activists glbtrights gay_rights _dare mentalrevnow

Aug. 4th, 2004

kinjouten

HEADS UP KIDS-MORE FUN WITH VOTER MANIPULATION

"Apparently there are groups out there who buy copies of the voter registration rolls, then send in new registrations for registered voters giving them a new address. It's really a more sophisticated version of the whole thing with the felony lists in Florida in the last election - however, people aren't being REMOVED from the voting rolls, and hence there's no red flag being raised.

http://www.livejournal.com/users/yoshitsune/127705.html?view=295641#t295641

kinjouten

HEADS UP KIDS-MORE FUN WITH VOTER MANIPULATION

"Apparently there are groups out there who buy copies of the voter registration rolls, then send in new registrations for registered voters giving them a new address. It's really a more sophisticated version of the whole thing with the felony lists in Florida in the last election - however, people aren't being REMOVED from the voting rolls, and hence there's no red flag being raised.

http://www.livejournal.com/users/yoshitsune/127705.html?view=295641#t295641

Crossposted to freak_activists

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