Rally against SB 5 @ 5 on 5/5

 

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Program scheduled for 5pm-7pm

Ohio Statehouse

The referendum to vote out SB 5 is now underway.

Pastor Victor Davis delivered a call to action at the We Are Ohio rally, April 9, 2011 (video courtesy of the Columbus Education Association)

Anti-Fracking Demo at Ohio State

Here is video shot by our indymedia journalists, where they interview protestors outside of a pro-fracking symposium at Ohio State university.

The Attack on Public Workers and How to Fight Back

One might think that a war is raging between politicians and public sector workers. Recently elected Republican governors have threatened to use the equivalent of weapons of mass destruction on state workers by passing legislation that would outlaw strikes, rescind the right to unionize and engage in collective bargaining, reduce pensions, and require workers to provide explicit agreement before their dues can be used for political campaigns.

Queer in Flux - Upcoming Radical Queer Convergence

 

Queer in Flux: a Radical Queer Convergence
November 12th, 13th and 14th
@ OSU Union (1739 N High St)
queerinflux.wordpress.com

OSU student group Queer in Flux is hosting a radical queer convergence examining the intersection of racism, feminism, and gender within a queer/trans lens through workshops, film and performance. A multitude of themes will be covered ranging from prison abolition and sex work, to writing and music as revolutionary acts of expression. Author Julia Serano will be featured as the Key Note speaker as well as many other presenters and performers traveling here from across the country.

To register or to find more information on the convergence, check out our website:

Suburban Ohio Man Resists Forclosure with Direct Action

(Stony Ridge, OH) For decades a quiet neighborhood in the suburbs of Toledo Ohio has been home to working class Americans and the place where their children were raised. There is even a local park and playground right around the corner complete with Little League field. Its idyllic serenity has not been spared from the pains of the current economic and housing crisis. On the morning of May 3rd, one working-class anarchist and laid-off auto-worker facing eviction resulting from just one more of the nearly 1.5 million foreclosures in the U.S., decided that now was the time to stand his ground.