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Ward Churchill Plugs Burning Books in Couterpunch

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In his recent interview with Counterpunch, Ward Churchill expressed his support of Burning Books:

“Last spring, I drove all the way up to Buffalo to give a talk at Burning Books a little infoshop, simply because I like what the people running it are into and wanted to support their effort.”

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Songs of Freedom event featured in Artvoice

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In 1916, Irish revolutionary James Connolly, wounded, was tied to a chair in front of an English firing squad. The firing squad pulled their triggers, ending the life of a man who helped lead a rebellion earlier that year during which approximately 1,250 people stormed some of the most prominent buildings in Dublin. 

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Attorney targets CIA in his war on secrecy: Lawyer seeks release of protest photos

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Michael Kuzma’s war on secrecy has a new target – the CIA.

Kuzma, who has become known for a series of freedom of information suits against the FBI and other federal agencies, is now suing the Central Intelligence Agency.

The Buffalo attorney, as part of a new civil suit filed here, is seeking a series of photos he claims were taken by the CIA when he and others protested outside its headquarters four years ago.X

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False arrest prompts $1.1 million lawsuit against NFTA

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Armed with a court decision lambasting his false arrest, antiwar activist Nate Buckley is taking the offensive.

Buckley, in a civil lawsuit, accuses the NFTA and two of its police officers of assault, false arrest and malicious prosecution stemming from his involvement in a 2011 protest outside one of M&T Bank’s downtown offices.

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