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(en) US, New issue of Turning the Tide, Volume 18 Number 1, March-April 2005

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Date Mon, 14 Mar 2005 09:53:57 +0100 (CET)


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The latest issue of "Turning the Tide: Journal of Anti-Racist Action,
Research & Education," from Anti-Racist Action-LA/People Against Racist
Terror (ARA-LA/PART) is just back from the printer. With this new volume,
TTT is now bi-monthly (six times a year, up from its recent quarterly frequency).
The new issue features Mumia Abu-Jamal's piece "In Defense of Ward
Churchill - Historian!" along with information about Mumia's own case. ARA
chapters in Minneapolis and Texas contribute articles on confronting
christian fascist groups, in defense of women's reproductive freedom and of
queer rights. In addition, the issue includes the ARA Network's "Four
Points of Unity," as well as an analysis by Michael Novick of ARA-LA/PART
of "Four More Years of War Without Terms."

Picking up on the theme of combating sexism, the issue includes "Rape in
the Military," by veteran Jack Dalton, along with a commentary by Callie
Wight, a registered nurse in the Coalition Against Militarism in the
Schools, CAMS, and a counselor to traumatized women veterans. Diane Coleman
of "Not Dead Yet" writes of "Seeing [Eastwood's] Million Dollar Baby from
My Wheelchair," and there is also information from her organization about
disabled rights activists challenging Eastwood and his film. The issue also
reports on burning struggles for justice and defense of human rights in Los
Angeles, "City on Fire," covering movements against police abuse,
repression and gentrification in South L.A. and Venice, CA (a beach town
inside the city of Los Angeles).

The issue is rounded out with a report on Mexico's Consejo Indigena Popular
de Oaxaca "Ricardo Flores-Magon," (CIPO-RFM), and another on racist KKK
threats against California's Paiutes. David Silver exposes "Alberto
Gonzales and Democratic Party Illusions on the Left." Finally TTT's "First
Person Singular" autobiographical series returns, with the account of Death
Row prisoner Kevin J. Marinelli, "Boneheads from the Inside Out,"
recounting how the fear and snitching in a group of Nazi boneheads he was
briefly part of, left him facing the death penalty. And political prisoner
Zolo Agona Azania, also fighting a death sentence, contributes the front
cover painting of "WomanFist."

Free sample copies are available in the US from: "ARA-LA/PART, PO Box 1055,
Culver City CA 90232" -- (310) 838-1343 or email antiracistaction_la@yahoo.com
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*[Ed. note: Anti Racist Action - ARA
is an antiauthoritarian anticapitalist
network]


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