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Ghosts and Echoes - pick
an essay by New York poet, Robin Morgan
Shema (Listen) - pick
Puerto Rican-Jewish poet, Aurora Levins Morales Sept 12, 2001
Essay: War is Peace, and Flashpoints interview - pick
author of 'God of Small Things': Arundhati Roy
More Let The Women Speak (text/audio via Flashpoints Radio)
Ronnie Gilbert of FBI targets: the The Weavers and Women in Black
Barbara Kingsolver The Basis Of Democracy
Dr. Sunera Thobani outspoken Canadian feminist
Medea Benjamin firey co-founder of Global Exchange
Penny Rosenwasser Middle East Childrens Alliance (MECA) (text synopsis only)
Barbara Lubin Founder Middle East Childrens Alliance (MECA)
Kate Rafael of Women in Black, and Rachel Letterman of the National Lawyers Guild, on protecting yourself from the FBI
Robin Morgan New York feminist poet, on the 'sexuality of terrorism'.
Barbara Lubin Live from a big Berkeley anti-war protest
Robin Morgan essay, Ghost and Echoes, on the NYC attacks
Sarah Flounders on the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan
Barbara Lee Democracy Now interview lone anti-war vote (US House)
More Let The Women Speak (text via Zmag/Znet)
Laura Flanders Saying no to silence
Hanan Ashrawi World should intervene to end the Israeli Apartheid
Amira Hass All the way from the sea to the river
Amira Hass Failing to make the connection
Tanya Reinhart Out Now!
Cynthia Peters Sex in service of the marketplace
Declaration of Women’s Independence
Lydia Sargent review of Little Sisters
Cara Spindler review of: Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in Boom-Time America By Barbara Ehrenreich
Amy Goodman Democracy Now, An interview with by Nell Geiser
June Jordan Childhood Memories
Susan George A Short History Of Neo-Liberalism
More Let The Women Speak (via Common Dreams)
Alouette Mayer 7,500,000 Starving
Marie Cocco Military Might Cannot Heal Our Psyche This Time
Maude Barlow The Charge of the Trade Brigade
Stephanie Salter Iraqis Know What New Yorkers are Suffering
Molly Ivins Looking For a Few Good Policies on Foreign Affairs
Ellen Dennin Give Our Enemies a Face
Lara Jakes Lawyers Worry About Secrecy Being Used in Roundup
Madeleine Bunting The West's Arrogant Assumption of Its Superiority is as Dangerous as Any Other Form of Fundamentalism
Sheryl McCarthy With This New War, Profound Changes Are In Store
Donna Britt Using Clarity of Loss To See Ourselves
Heather Mallick One Thing Everyone Can Agree On: 'We Are Right, You Are Wrong'
Jean Desmond How Didn't They Die in Vain?
Crispin Sartwell If You're Not Killing the Killers, It's Terrorism
Naomi Klein Signs of the Times
Katherine Rose Hawkins Less Than Infinite Justice
Gerda Lerner Alternatives to War Will Work Best in Long Run
Naomi Klein Using Crisis to Take On the Fakes
Rachel Giese Now is Not the Time to Stifle Debate
Adair Lara This is No Time to Keep Your Mouth Shut
Stephanie Salter Dear God Help Us To Kill Them
Vanessa Redgrave We Need Justice. Bombs Will Only Create More Martyrs.
Barbara Lee Why I Opposed the Resolution to Authorize Force
Barbara Kingsolver A Pure, High Note of Anguish
Ellen Willis Dreaming of War
Madeleine Bunting A World Apart
Barbara Kingsolver And Our Flag Was Still There
Jill Raymond We Must Promote a Marketplace of Ideas
Sonia Shah Revenge Comes Home
more womens audio/writing links for this page
America’s True Founding Fathers and Forgotten Mothers - pick
historical and political research by Lucia Comnes
July 16: Eight brave Women In Black disrupt Ariel Sharon
brand him a War Criminal in front of thousands at Jerusalem stadium,
assaulted by spectators, dragged out of stadium by police
new - HEAR SECRET AUDIO MADE DURING THEIR ARREST - PICK!
- Fax Colin Powell to urge UN Peacekeepers to Israel/Palestine
pick - Middle East Childrens Alliance - pick
PICK - Independent Media Center - PICK
Netanyehu Protest Video/s ( Mattson ) ( Lionheart )
Medea Benjamin speaks to Flashpoints Radio
after being arrested twice today 5/16/01 at PG&E shareholder meeting (4 min)
US Womens Studies Conf. says NO to Occupation.
Women In Black
Nobel Peace Prize Nominees
ISRAEL DESTROYS "HOUSE OF PEACE" FOR THE 3RD TIME
rebuilding the "House of Peace" for the 3rd time
the Death Penalty and The Brutalization Effect - pick
STUDY: EVERY STATE EXECUTION RESULTS ON AVERAGE IN 3 ADDITIONAL MURDERS !
audio interview with Medea Benjamin about the FTAA
SF Bay Green Calendar of Events
Video of Medea Benjamin at
Berkeley Energy Teach-In
Science: Dolphins Ponder Own Reflections As Humans Do
144 JUNE 8 VIGILS WITH WOMEN IN BLACK
U.N. in NYC |
Los Angeles | Atlanta and Boston | elsewhere | PHOTOS
US-made Israeli tanks kill 3 women in Gaza today June 9
protesting house demolitions with bat shalom in fact occupying the actual homes
george w bush, last white male president of the united states, a novel, (*but not unfriendly) titled skreed.
Grandmothers Circle || Alice Walker's proposal || About Alice
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Jerusalem Link - pick - new
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PICK - Global Exchange - PICK
Medea Benjamin Speaks Out on Sweatshops
Medea Benjamin For Governor Now |||| Recall Gray Davis Now
Save Pacifica, Save Yourself
March 2nd-4th: last minute fly or fax campaign, URGENT!
indymedia followup reports and video
Mideast brothels buy/sell foreign women - London Observer
pick - Winona Speaks - from InTheseTimes.com, independent news - pick
"Let's cut to the quick of the dilemma
we are facing in this society, which is the concentration of power and
wealth in the hands of a few and the growing disenfranchisement of the
vast majority of the American people"
Medea Benjamin: For Public Power Now!
"Kids, Watch tv ads... or go to jail !" - true story
Israeli activist Neta Golan survives beating.
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