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SPC in Action

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Compiled by Carol Baum

Come Together at Plowshares! December 1-2

 

End the US-Saudi War on Yemen

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On August 9, 2018, a US-Saudi airstrike hit a school bus in Yemen and killed 40 Yemeni school boys. Several Yemeni freelance journalists documented on Twitter that the attack was carried out with an MK-82 guided bomb produced by Lockheed Martin, the leading US defense contractor1.

Heat Our Homes, Not the Planet!

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It’s that time of year when we turn on the heat, watch our energy bills rise, and wish that there was a way to stay comfortable through the winter without sending money to fossil fuel companies, who are driving climate change and climate denial in the US.

 

The Community Grid

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The Community Grid

 

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The Community’s Voice: Police Accountability in Syracuse

From the

by Coran Klaver
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SPAARC called for "Counselors, Not Cops" at a Syracuse City
School District Community Engagement Forum in May, 2018.

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Defining Our Spaces for Ourselves – unapologetically BlackCuse Pride

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By LoriKim Alexander & Rahzie Seals

You know that feeling you get when you walk into a space and feel immediately unwanted and uncomfortable? Think about what that feels like for every space you encounter when trying to find a safe community, especially within a community that is supposed to be for you. BlackCuse Pride is run by co-directors LoriKim Alexander and Serena “Rahzie” Seals. We exist for those of us who sit on the margins, and hold space for folks in the intersection of lived realities.

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Celebrating 10 Years of ArtRage

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various contributors
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TONTO REVISITED: Native American Stereotypes Collection of Tom Huff.
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A Voter's guide for NY state elections

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by Paul Weichselbaum, with contributors Elaine Denton, Ruth Kutz, Peter McCarthy, Doug Wolf, and Elaine Wolf

With all of the attention paid to the national and international damages from the Trump regime, it is critical to see how important state and local concerns and resistance are. What we do in New York State can be a barrier to the Washington reactionary government and can also be beneficial to New Yorkers. This review highlights major issues that state and local governments should address and for which diverse progressive communities are mobilizing.

 

State Issues

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The 70th Year of the Nakba for Palestinians

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By Julia Ganson

The military occupation of what is called “the West Bank” (from a Jordanian perspective) continues. The move of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem was implemented in May on the day commemorating the Nakba.