Occupy Everywhere... but most especially do it in solidarity with the unemployed and the homeless poor.

Worker co-ops expand Canada, US federations join forces within international CICOPA.

"As the Occupy Wall Street movement looks for solutions — this is what all of you are about!" Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! told the audience at an international gathering on worker-run co-operatives. Held in Quebec City October 11 - 15, the event attracted…Read More

The works of mercy should never be corrupted by a profit motive, no matter how nice such could be covered up.

The poor, if we remove their humanity, and consider them as nothing more than commodities then we practice a charity that is false and devoid of authentic love.

Occupy Wall Street

The original protest began on September 17, 2011, and by October 9, similar demonstrations were either ongoing or had been held in 70 major cities and over 600 communities in the U.S. Internationally, other "Occupy" protests have modeled themselves after…Read More

Global Catholic Worker Please Join

Global Catholic Worker Open to all who share in the vision and goals of the Catholic Worker movement. The Catholic Worker was started in 1933 by Dorathy Day and Peter Maurin with printing of The Catholic Worker and the opening of a House of…Read More

Solidarity with Egypt and all the democratic uprisings

What is happening in Burma, Tunisia, Egypt and other parts of the Middle East may be indicators of a growing global groundswell of people who are no longer going to let autocratic rule run their lives into the ground. Gandhi prophetically spoke of the need…Read More

State of the Union

Pres. Obama provided a framework for envisioning how our country may once again enter into the competitive world of the 21st Century, but we hava a different take on the State of the Union. It is not only technology, commerce and education that must move…Read More
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