Monthly Archives: March 2014

Extraordinary Communities Continued

Save the date for next meeting of the Art & Class Discussion Club: 4pm on Saturday, May 10 13th Avenue in East Oakland Exact location details will be sent closer to the date. Thanks very much to Kathy Sloane for

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G.U.L.F. (Global Ultra Luxury Faction) Protest at the Guggenheim

“Migrant workers in labor camps! Is this the future of art?” Then a single voice called out: “The Guggenheim Museum has a museum empire. The Guggenheim should not be on the wrong side of history.” After about 20 minutes of

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Art & Class Frontline:Columbian Artist Oscar Murillo

28 year-old Columbian-born painter, Oscar Murillo, is hard at work on the front lines of art and class. “For his forthcoming show at David Zwirner — a comment on immigration titled “Oscar Murillo: A Mercantile Novel” — he hopes to

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United in Anger

Silence = Death

Link TV is currently hosting the complete documentary film United in Anger about the provocative, visually stunning, grassroots, direct-action work of ACT UP (the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power). You can stream it here for free. “United in Anger combines

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Angela Davis on Democracy Now!

Angela Davis

Activist and UC Santa Cruz Professor Emerita Angela Davis was on Democracy Now! this week speaking about prison abolition, the war on drugs and why social movements shouldn’t wait for President Obama. “How does one address the needs of prisoners

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