Returning to the ancestral void

"Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it."
Rumi

sigawla:

Join SiGAw on Int’l Worker’s Day this May 1st as we march with the Southern California Immigration Coalition and demand:
Full Legalization for All!
Stop ICE Raids!
No Guest Worker Program!
Workers Right to Organize!
Driver’s Licenses for All!
Tuesday, May 1, 2012 4pm gather at Olympic & Broadway in Downtown LA

sigawla:

Join SiGAw on Int’l Worker’s Day this May 1st as we march with the Southern California Immigration Coalition and demand:

Full Legalization for All!

Stop ICE Raids!

No Guest Worker Program!

Workers Right to Organize!

Driver’s Licenses for All!

Tuesday, May 1, 2012 4pm gather at Olympic & Broadway in Downtown LA

(Source: cascadeoflight, via arkkon)

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thepeoplesrecord:

May Day Lineup 4 p.m. Union Square:
Tom Morello and the GuitarmyDan DeaconDas RacistThe Bobby Sanabria BandThe New York Labor Chorus+Brigades
The morning protestwill begin at 8 a.m. with a “pop-up occupation” at Bryant Park, a staging ground (as it was explained) for a number of actions against to-be-determined corporate targets in midtown. The park itself will also serve as a center for food, leisure and information, and then at 2 p.m. Occupy will march to Union Square where it will rally with the larger May Day coalition—unions, labor groups and immigrant rights organizations that have traditionally demonstrated each year on May 1. Source

thepeoplesrecord:

May Day Lineup 4 p.m. Union Square:

Tom Morello and the Guitarmy
Dan Deacon
Das Racist
The Bobby Sanabria Band
The New York Labor Chorus
+Brigades

The morning protestwill begin at 8 a.m. with a “pop-up occupation” at Bryant Park, a staging ground (as it was explained) for a number of actions against to-be-determined corporate targets in midtown. The park itself will also serve as a center for food, leisure and information, and then at 2 p.m. Occupy will march to Union Square where it will rally with the larger May Day coalition—unions, labor groups and immigrant rights organizations that have traditionally demonstrated each year on May 1. Source

(Source: thepeoplesrecord)

ellyjonez:

May Day 2012 by hughillustration on Flickr.
noneofthismatters:

Friday April 27th 2012 is Critical Mass! Since 2004 the police have cracked down on bicycling in the city with tickets and arrests in an attempt to crush the bike movement. Lets take this opportunity to revive Critical Mass and show everyone that the Bike community is alive and growing. Invite your friends! Lets bring back the huge and fun critical mass rides NYC used to have and help kick off the 5 day weekend building toward the General Strike and bike month!
https://www.facebook.com/events/334214953301417/
On May 1st 2012 come out for the General Strike and bring your bike! Join the Bike Bloc.
Bike Bloc is a large group of individuals and cycling affinity groups similar to a Critical Mass ride. Bike Blocs at street protests have the advantage of being able to break up and reform. The spontaneity of a Bike Bloc means that participants are able to easily move through the streets without the needing leaders or a decided route. Another advantage of a Bike Bloc is that arrests are rare and a generally festive atmosphere. In the past, Bike Blocs have provided a tremendous amount of solidarity and logistical support to demonstrators who are on foot. We are encouraging anyone who wants to make their voice heard during the May 1st General Strike to come to New York and to bring a bike.
https://www.facebook.com/events/305416329523710
Help get the word out about Critical Mass and Bike Bloc: Print and distribute the flyer!

noneofthismatters:

Friday April 27th 2012 is Critical Mass! Since 2004 the police have cracked down on bicycling in the city with tickets and arrests in an attempt to crush the bike movement. Lets take this opportunity to revive Critical Mass and show everyone that the Bike community is alive and growing. Invite your friends! Lets bring back the huge and fun critical mass rides NYC used to have and help kick off the 5 day weekend building toward the General Strike and bike month!

https://www.facebook.com/events/334214953301417/

On May 1st 2012 come out for the General Strike and bring your bike! Join the Bike Bloc.

Bike Bloc is a large group of individuals and cycling affinity groups similar to a Critical Mass ride. Bike Blocs at street protests have the advantage of being able to break up and reform. The spontaneity of a Bike Bloc means that participants are able to easily move through the streets without the needing leaders or a decided route. Another advantage of a Bike Bloc is that arrests are rare and a generally festive atmosphere. In the past, Bike Blocs have provided a tremendous amount of solidarity and logistical support to demonstrators who are on foot.
We are encouraging anyone who wants to make their voice heard during the May 1st General Strike to come to New York and to bring a bike.

https://www.facebook.com/events/305416329523710

Help get the word out about Critical Mass and Bike Bloc: Print and distribute the flyer!

(via noneofthismatters-deactivated20)

maydaynyc:

Stickers- anarchist book fair today at Judson

maydaynyc:

Stickers- anarchist book fair today at Judson

maydaynyc:

Alexander Berkman speaking in union square on may day

maydaynyc:

Alexander Berkman speaking in union square on may day

(Source: theaquabrat, via axefightin)

(Source: theaquabrat, via axefightin)

(Source: theaquabrat)