Category Archives: liberation

Barbara Deming & David McReynolds: A Radical Queer Activist Biography

“Radical gay people engaged with a wide variety of issues besides ‘gay liberation’ (like the continuing struggle against racial
discrimination) do still exist in the gay community, but they lack the influence they once wielded in the half-dozen years after tonewall.” In “A Saving Remnant,” Duberman has given us an absorbing book, radiant with an emboldening and unquenchable humanity, that has meaningful lessons both for the left and for today’s single-issue gay activists. Continue reading

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We Are All Egyptians Now! Rally for Egyptian Liberation, State Capitol, Hartford, February 5, 1-3PM

Help us protest on behalf of the Egyptian and Arab countries at the state capitol in Hartford, CT.
We are demanding basic civil rights in Egypt and globally. Continue reading

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Action Alert: CAIR Asks Americans to Support Freedom in Egypt, Muslim World

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today called on all people of conscience to contact their elected representatives to ask that they support freedom, democracy and the rule of law in Egypt and throughout the Muslim world. CAIR’s call comes as protesters seeking governmental reforms are clashing with security personnel throughout Egypt. Other protests are taking place in Tunisia, Yemen and other nations in the Middle East. Continue reading

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