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May First/People Link is a politically progressive member-run and controlled organization that redefines the concept of "Internet Service Provider" in a collective and collaborative way. May First/People Link's members are organizers and activists. Like any democratic membership organization, we gather together each year to evaluate the past year's experiences, plan the coming year's work and elect a Leadership Committee to apply what we've decided. Like a coop, we pay dues, buy equipment and then we all use that equipment as we need to for websites, email, email lists, and just about everything else we do on the Internet. Learn more about us, our politics, membership, or read some of our member profiles below. If you like what you see, please join us.
The broad consensus among Palestinian civil society about the need for a broad and sustained Campaign for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) resulted in the Palestinian Call for boycott,...
The CIW is a community-based worker organization. Our members are largely Latino, Haitian, and Mayan Indian immigrants working in low-wage jobs throughout the state of Florida.
We first heard about Tad years ago in the context of txtmob - software that allows organizers to send out text (SMS) messages to groups of people via their cell phones.
The number of homes under construction in illegal Israeli settlements in the Israeli-occupied West Bank rose last year by 40 percent, the Peace...
Seen from the Chinese capital as the Year of the Sheep starts, the malaise affecting the West seems like a mirage in a galaxy far,...
On February 19th, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee singled out added sugars as a major concern because of links to obesity and chronic...
An array of anti-choice legislation is being rolled out in state houses around the country, putting women's health at risk and illustrating how Republican gains in the 2014 elections...
“Precariat” from Wikipedia: The term is a portmanteau obtained by merging precarious with proletariat. Specifically, it is...
Last month we heard that 700 trainee teachers in Lilongwe had had to exist for five months without pay. Now 70 primary teachers in the Karonga area are on strike because they are owed back pay. Interestingly, reports say that their strike is affecting 9000 students – meaning that the average class size must be approximately 130 children. One striking teacher said,
‘it is difficult to work with an empty stomach and most of the time we are going to the bank to see if our salary has been honoured.’
One education analyst in the country said that, unsurprisingly...