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‘Light’ suspends operations

August 2, 2012

The Light of New Mexico is not currently operational, in print or online, after a transaction to sell the paper apparently will not come to fruition. For news about sustainability and green lifestyles, please visit Green Fire Times http://www.greenfiretimes.com For political news and commentary on New Mexico and beyond, please visit Grassroots Press, http://www.grass-roots-press.com...

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Letter threatens arrest of Apple Store protesters–before the protest!

July 13, 2012

Q Uptown security officials delivered a letter on Friday morning, 7/13/12 for the organizers of the Bastille Day demonstration on the Apple Store scheduled for Saturday, 7/14/12 at 9am. The letter threatened arrest and prosecution of all participants of the demonstration. It also threatened to ban all participants from the ABQ Uptown shopping center....

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Outlook dim for Mexican workers

July 13, 2012

In a speech earlier this week praising Nissan’s decision to open a second plant in Aguascalientes, Mexican President Felipe Calderon responded to critics who’ve flailed away at the soon-to-be ex-chief executive for falling far short of being the “jobs president” he promised to be during the 2006 election campaign. Saying that two million formal...

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Author Dennis Marker reads from book on corporate feudalism Saturday

July 12, 2012

Dear friends, Dennis Marker, longtime People for Peace member, will talk about his new book, Fifteen Steps to Corporate Feudalism, How the Rich Convinced the Middle Class to Eliminate Itself, at Garcia Street Bookstore this Saturday, July 14th, at 2 pm.  You will also meet his fantastic Money Puppets which are for sale at...

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Journey Santa Fe July conversations

July 12, 2012

July 22, Sunday, 11 am at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse 202 Galiseto Street 988-4226 Transforming the Nuclear Narrative – A Global Call To Action journeysantafe presents a conversation with Michelle Victoria from Nuke Free Now and Jay Coghan, Executive Director of Nuclear Watch New Mexico, with Moderator Joni Arends, Executive Director of Concerned Citizens...

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New Monsanto Rider in the House Farm Bill

July 12, 2012

Monsanto has launched a series of sneak attacks on organic and non-GMO farmers and consumers. They began by attaching a rider to the U.S. House of Representatives’ 2013 Agriculture Appropriations bill that would allow new genetically engineered cropsto be planted even when courts rule that the US Department of Agriculture has approved them illegally....

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IMMIGRANT GROUP CALLS ON SAN JUAN COUNTY TO STOP ARIZONA-STYLE LAW ENFORCEMENT POLICIES

July 12, 2012

Community Members File Racial Profiling Complaints Against City, County, and Federal Agencies FARMINGTON–Today, residents of San Juan County and members of Somos Un Pueblo Unido (Somos) announced the filing of several racial profiling complaints against local and federal law enforcement agencies. In the complaints made to the City of Farmington and San Juan County, six...

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New Mexico Nuclear Disasters Day 2012

July 11, 2012

Dear Nuclear Abolitionists, Please come to any of the events near Tularosa, Church Rock, San Antonio, or Los Alamos this weekend (as applicable). Those four towns have events and Trinity House in Albuquerque has Mass on Saturday night if you can’t make it to Tularosa that evening. The one i’m most familiar with is...

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Los Alamos National Laboratory – Nuke Free Now Hunger Strike Begins

July 11, 2012

Occupy Santa Fe reports that on Monday July 16th, the 67th anniversary of the first atomic explosion, carried out at the Trinity site in southern New Mexico, Alaric Balibrera and others will begin a Hunger Strike with the intent of creating a more peaceful world. The strike will last until at least August 6th...

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Mexico’s Hot Political Summer

July 10, 2012

A little more than a week after Mexicans went to the polls, conflict and controversy swirl around the July 1 elections. Almost everywhere-in the halls of Congress, on the Sunday talk shows, in bars and cafes and on the streets-the results are the hot topic of conversation. And claiming fraud, a growing citizen’s movement...

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The DC blackouts and global warming

July 10, 2012

Dean Baker http://www.aljazeera.com The whole planet contributes to global warming, but the world’s poor are facing the consequences. Millions of people across the US East Coast are sweltering in near record temperatures. In the Washington area, tens of thousands have been dealing with the heat without air conditioning or power due to a storm...

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"Our citizens may be deceived for awhile, and have been deceived; but as long as the presses can be protected, we may trust to them for light."

                         --Thomas Jefferson, 1799

Events

  • Journey Santa Fe July conversations Jul 12th, 2012

    July 22, Sunday, 11 am at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse 202 Galiseto Street 988-4226 Transforming the Nuclear Narrative - A Global Call To Action journeysantafe presents a…

  • A.N.S.W.E.R. NM Film showing July 20 Jul 9th, 2012

      Friday, July 20 at 7:00 PM Film Showing: Arna's Children Opened by Saliba Khamis, the Freedom Theatre Project was opened as an alternative education system for children on the West…

  • Journey Santa Fe: Photographers at Collected Works Jul 7th, 2012

    July 8, Sunday, 11 am at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse:Off Road Encounters In Spain - Slowing It All Down - with Photographers Tania Vassalo and Ben Mittleman. Ben Mittleman &…

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