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(en) US, ARA* journal "Turning the Tide" new issue out

Date Fri, 25 Nov 2005 17:46:26 +0200

The latest issue of "Turning the Tide: Journal of Anti-Racist Action,
Research & Education," Volume 18, Number 5, November-December 2005, is
now available. The issue features "The Five Faces of Fascism" by TTT
editor Michael Novick, of Anti-Racist Action-Los Angeles/People
Against Racist Terror (ARA-LA/PART), as well as "Apocalypse Now --
Sleepwalking to the End of the Earth" by Maria Gilardin of TUC Radio;
and "Charting the Journey Home: Report from the Second US Conference
on Peak Oil," by Megan Quinn of The Community Solution. The issue also
includes a report from the Anti-Racist Action Network about a Toledo
(OH) community fighting back against neo-nazis and racist police, as
well as an ARA call to anti-nazi action in Kingston, NY, and ARA's
Four Points of Unity. Another report from the Lafayette, Lousiana
chapter of Anti-Racist Action recounts grassroots direct action on
behalf of victims of Hurricane Katrina and US government attacks in
its wake. A broader look at Katrina and its aftermath, emphasizing the
need for self-determination, comes from the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement.

A regular feature of "Turning the Tide" is commentary by former Black
Panther and death row prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal, and this issue
features Mumia's unheard address to the Millions More Movement march
in Washington DC. Complementing Mumia's piece is an article by former
CA death row inmate Kalima Aswad, now a political prisoner in
Vacaville, about stopping the state's plans to execute Stanley
"Tookie" Williams on December 13. A piece from the Jericho Amnesty
Coalition looks at the December 3 International Day in Solidarity with
Political Prisoners and a day-long teach-in and political-cultural
event that will take place on that date in LA (along with related
events around the US and the globe).

Rounding out the issue is a call for solidarity with Argentina's
autonomist workers (depicted in the film "The Take") to defend their
takeover of an abandoned hotel in Buenos Aires. Free samples of the
latest issue are available (US only) on request from ARA-LA/PART,
PO Box 1055, Culver City CA 90232 (US addresses only for free sample
copies). TTT is also free to prisoners. A one-year, six-issue
subscription is $16 in the US, or $26US overseas, payable to Michael
Novick, and sent to ARA, PO Box 1055, Culver City CA 90232.
* ARA = Anti Racist Action, It is an
antiauthoritarian anticapitalist direct action
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