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Statement to the April 10th Immigration Justice Rally, Siler City, NC

Speech delivered by Ajamu Dillahunt, for Black Workers for Justice, to a rally of 10,000 demanding Justice for Immigrants in Siler City, NC on April 10, 2006. Translated from the Spanish. Good Evening. I bring you greetings from the Black … Continue reading

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We Know War

Bring the troops home, becauseOur war is at home, hereOn the stained soil ofStolen lands, right hereAquí en la tierra de la genteIndígena, on the lands ofIndigenous people, north ofLa frontera de Manifest DestinySimón cachetón, that's rightLa guerra es aquí, … Continue reading

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A New Year Wish (For the People)

Another year has comeAnother year has goneWe've got to keep movingOn and on Struggle to openOur eyes and seeThough the illusionsOf hypocrisy Another year toCast asideAnother twelve monthsOf genocide Starvation, alienation, discrimination,Negation, social-deviation—Denigration of our worldAnd of our nation Terrorisn't … Continue reading

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Somos Lunaticos, Queremos Justicia

I am going to the lunadaTonight to beWith all the lunaticosWho are tired of oppressionWe are going to howlInto the nightTo condemn la locuraWhich has plagued society¡Queremos justicia!No more oppressionWe want justice!No more discriminationWe want justice!No more xenophobic hysteriaWe want … Continue reading

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From the Editor

In the wake of September 11th, people all over the country are trying to figure out what the attacks and the US response mean for the various pre-existing movements. In particular, the newly emerged global justice movement, which played a … Continue reading

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