Two weeks ago, AYO hosted a summer political education and leadership development intensive. Students participated in workshops to learn about racism, classism, sexism, homophobia, and other oppression.
Thank you to everyone who came and contributed to AROC’s Open House and Social on July 16th. We packed the new space at 518 Valencia and had a wonderful show of food, musicians, poets, and young artists.
By:Rami El-Amine and Mostafa Henaway– www.leftturn.org
July 7, 2011
No matter how it unfolds, the Egyptian revolution will go down in the history books as a defining moment in the 21st century. Millions of Egyptians brought down one of the
About 75 people came to an Oakland, CA rally on June 16th to denounce the arrest of Carlos Montes in Los Angeles, and the subpoenas which are being resisted by 23 others in the midwest. A loud picket line at
From www.stopfbi.net Drop the Charges Against Carlos Montes, Stop the FBI Attack on the Chicano and Immigrant Rights Movement, and Stop FBI Repression of Anti-War Activists NOW!Call Off the Expanding Grand Jury Witchhunt and FBI Repression of Anti-War Activists NOW!
This summer, the Arab Youth Organization is putting on a week a long intensive workshop that is dedicated to develop leadership skills in organizing, activism, speaking skills for Arab youth who are between the ages of 14-22. You will also
By Ali Winston on KALW Informant
Oakland Police are keeping their cards close to their chest about the department’s participation in the Bay Area’s Joint Terrorism Task Force, Northern California’s multi-agency counter-terrorism team headed by the Federal Bureau of
Sahar FrancisThe Electronic Intifada
2 May 2011
Palestinian Prisoners Day was marked on 17 April, an opportunity for the world to reflect on the continuing incarceration and ill-treatment of nearly 6,000 political prisoners. On this day, Addameer Prisoner Support
By Rina Palta, from http://informant.kalwnews.org
Should Bay Area cities continue supplying local police officers to the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force? That’s a question that the San Francisco Board of Supervisors took on Tuesday, and one that privacy groups
Liberation Ink has produced a shirt in solidarity with Arab popular movements and revolutions! Not only is this a great way to show support for the revolutions, but it’s a great way to support AROC, as 50% of all profits