Archive for October, 2010

Rouge Forum Update: The Education Agenda is a War Agenda

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

Little Red Schoolhouse Chicago Whittier Sitdowners Hold Strong For Complete Victory: “I was ignored, laughed at, intimidated and treated like a criminal by CPS.” Part of Arceli Gonzalez’s opening remark Wednesday during her allotted time at the Chicago Public Schools board meeting is no longer true. The parents and activists protesting at Whittier Elementary School […]

Rouge Forum Update: Uprising in France and Victory in Chicago!

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

The Parent and Community Occupation at south side Chicago Whittier School continues until the school board finally ratifies a deal that appears to have been reached, that is, to build a library inside Whittier and to leave the community building, now occupied, to the community. The building takeover began on September 15 and is holding […]

Rouge Forum Update: French Students + Workers Take the Lead

Friday, October 15th, 2010

French Students and Workers Show the Way! French students blockaded more high schools and universities Thursday, as the third straight day of nationwide strikes over the government’s retirement reforms snarled train travel and sent a renewed challenge to President Nicolas Sarkozy. France’s BFM TV showed groups of students toppling trash cans in southeast France, erecting […]

All Out on the October 7th Anniversary of Class War And Empire’s Wars! Fight Back!

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

All Out On October 7th! Real Hope vs Despair and Barbarism! http://www.richgibson.com/unhappyaniversary.html Little Red Schoolhouse Jerk-Offs On Detroit School Board Sued by Ex Board Boss: School board president Anthony Adams is accused of contributing to the hostile environment by requesting that Gueyser not file a report against former school board president Otis Mathis III. Mathis […]

Rouge Forum Update: Vote With Your Feet! Vote in the Street! October 7th!

Friday, October 1st, 2010

Networking vs Organizing by Malcolm Gladwell : By the following Monday, sit-ins had spread to Winston-Salem, twenty-five miles away, and Durham, fifty miles away. The day after that, students at Fayetteville State Teachers College and at Johnson C. Smith College, in Charlotte, joined in, followed on Wednesday by students at St. Augustine’s College and Shaw […]