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These friends are opposed to the wall of death. If you wish to submit an article, please e-mail Laura García.

People's Tribune Radio is the monthly half hour news magazine that brings the voices of the people to the airwaves.
Tune in to hear some of the most provocative stories, speakers, interviews, commentaries and ideas available on Radio and the Internet (via Real Audio).

The People's Tribune is devoted to the proposition that an economic system that can't or won't feed, clothe and house its people ought to be and will be changed. To that end, this paper is a tribune of the people. It is the voice of millions struggling for survival. It strives to educate politically those millions on the basis of their own experience. It is a tribune to bring them together, to create a vision of a better world, and a strategy to achieve it.
We find ourselves at a historic moment in time as labor-replacing technology leads us on a path toward the decisive reconstruction of society. Who will win -- the capitalists or the growing mass of poor -- will depend on winning the hearts and minds of the people to create a society whose fruits benefit all.
We offer our pages as a vehicle for the new ideas rooted in our reality, and to be the voice of revolutionaries who seek to raise the consciousness of society. Let us gather our collective experience, intelligence and commitment to bring forth a vision that changes America into a society "by the people, of the people, for the people."

Our speakers are in the forefront of the fight for a better world. Our speakers bring a message of hope and the possibility of creating a new society whose wealth benefits all.
Speakers like: Cheri Honkala, an internationally known human rights activist; Maureen Taylor, a leader in the struggle to turn on water for 45,000 Detroit residents; Brooke Heagerty, author of Moving Onward: From Racial Division to Class Unity, and Ethel Long-Scott, an international leader in the struggle of poor women.

NotOneMoreDeportation.com is a project of NDLON meant to foster collaboration between individuals, organizations, artists, and allies to expose, confront, and overcome unjust immigration laws.

The tour began on July 29th in Phoenix, Arizona, following a week of action calling for Sheriff Arpaio to be brought to justice and for the federal government to stop collaborating with Arizona's crisis. We will head through key states, including New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. The tour will end in North Carolina at the Democratic National Convention.

Presente.org is a national organization that exists to amplify the political voice of Latino communities. Using a variety of tactics, we provide ways for our members to take action on the issues they care about. This includes providing calls to action via email, social networks, and text message, coordinating on-the-ground events, running merchandise giveaways, organizing house parties, running radio and television ads, and doing anything else we can think of that helps our members make their voices heard. We seek to be a centralized organizing hub for issues facing Latinos, with a focus on online activation. To learn more about our work, check out out our campaigns page.

The Michigan Welfare Rights Organization is the union of public assistance recipients and low-income workers in this state. MWRO has chapters across Michigan and is one of the founding members of the National Welfare Rights Union. Our goal is to organize recipients and low-income workers to fight for our rights, to eliminate poverty in this country and to build an army prepared to battle or the economic and human rights of millions of disenfranchised Americans.

There is a community of dedicated people in the U.S. and abroad who believe in the promise of a self-sufficient Haïti. We created Community2Community (C2C), a non-profit service organization, to give these individuals a place to come together and share their expertise in a variety of areas – from education to medicine and from carpentry to communications – toward the goal of effecting lasting change in Haïti, and ultimately, other communities ravaged by chaos.

Do you want to be part of our friends network?
Offer a brief description and/or send your organizational web address to Laura Garcia.