Major Links Update at theExperiment

In honor of the first anniversary of the death of that greatest of champions for Palestinian rights, Professor Edward Said, we are pleased to announce that our Links section has now been updated and expanded to provide you with the best political activist resources on the world wide web.

2004.09.25

In honor of the first anniversary of the death of that greatest of champions for Palestinian rights, Professor Edward Said, we are pleased to announce that our Links section has now been updated and expanded to provide you with the best political activist resources on the world wide web.

We’ve separated the wheat from the chaff so you won’t have to spend any of your valuable time humoring conspiracy theorists or weak-minded reactionaries.

Only the sites containing vital information and frequent updates made the cut, so go to http://www.theexperiment.org/links.php and check out the results.

Newly expanded sections include: Alternative News Sources, Audio, Book Publishers, Film/Video, Labor, Media Critics, Middle East/South Asia, and Radical Personalities.

Some highlights follow:

  • Biotic Baking Brigade
    Everybody’s favorite radical pie-throwing activists.
    http://bioticbakingbrigade.org/

  • Black People Love Us!
    “That websites a joke right?”
    http://www.blackpeopleloveus.com/

  • Aljazeera
    The English language site of the leading Arabic news provider.
    http://english.aljazeera.net

  • Clamor Magazine
    “Writing and art that exemplifies the value [of] autonomy, creativity, exploration, and cooperation.”
    http://www.clamormagazine.org/

  • World Social Forum
    “Groups and movements of civil society that are opposed to neo-liberalism and to domination of the world by capital and any form of imperialism.”
    http://www.wsfindia.org/

  • Soft Skull Press
    Courageous politics and inspired fiction.
    http://www.softskull.com/

  • Diana Johnstone’s ZNet HomePage
    Some commentary from “the outstanding Left analyst of the Balkans” (- Edward Herman).
    http://www.zmag.org/bios/homepage.cfm?authorID=100

  • off our backs: the feminist newsjournal
    “The longest surviving feminist newspaper in the United States.”
    http://offourbacks.org/

  • Jacqueline Salloum’s Videos
    Featuring Planet of the Arabs and Arabs A-Go-Go!
    http://www.jsalloum.org/videos.html

  • American Apparel
    A sweatshop-free, all natural fabric, domestically produced, high wage paying, health insurance providing, ESL teaching, public transit subsidizing, healthy work environment, massage providing, clothing company.
    http://www.americanapparel.net/mission/workers.html

  • Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism
    Robert Greenwald’s documentary exploration of the poor journalism and outrageous bias at Fox News.
    http://www.outfoxed.org/

  • Edward Said Archive :: أرشيف إدوارد سعيد
    The greatly missed Pathbreaking Scholar, Courageous Advocate, Passionate Critic, Unfailing Humanist.
    http://www.edwardsaid.org

  • October 22nd Coalition
    Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation!
    http://www.october22.org/

  • Bell Hooks
    “Black woman intellectual, revolutionary activist.”
    http://www.allaboutbell.com/

  • Center for Neighborhood Technology
    “To invent and implement new tools and methods that create livable urban communities for everyone.”
    http://www.cnt.org/

  • Center for Digital Democracy
    “Committed to preserving the openness and diversity of the Internet in the broadband era… through the development and encouragement of noncommercial, public interest programming.”
    http://www.democraticmedia.org/

    And a personal favorite:

  • Language Removal Services: The California Recall
    The first language-free political debate: “It is our hope that this will allow you to better understand the true positions of the candidates.”
    http://www.languageremoval.com/recall.html



Plus lots more at http://www.theexperiment.org/links.php.

Author: Gabriel Voiles

News Service: theExperiment

URL: http://www.theexperiment.org/articles.php?news_id=2077