<table><tr><td><a href="http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2007/03/23/18382206.php">By Johnna Bossuot and Chris Crass</a>
Alice Nuccio, a member of Local 510, Sign and Display Workers Union and a leader in the social justice community in the Bay Area, died Wednesday, March 21, 2007.
<table><tr><td><a href="http://www.socialistworker.org/2007-1/624/624_09_Anarchism.shtml">By Paul Dâ€™Amato</a>
IN A letter in last weekâ€™s Socialist Worker, Alex Fu claims that I have set up a straw man in order to criticize anarchism, explaining that, â€œThere aren't any serious anarchists who are blanket â€˜anti-authoritarians.â€™â€
<table><tr><td>from <a href="http://blog.oregonlive.com/breakingnews/2007/03/anarchists_make_a_stand_... Oregonian</a>
Wearing masks that covered their faces, a group of black-clad anarchists made themselves known at the start of the rally. The group took a lead position, banged drums, hoisted a black flag and signs like "Capitalism is war" while Portland cops on bikes stood by and watched.
<table><tr><td>Another issue of â€œAbolishing the Borders from Below â€“ an anarchist journal from Eastern Europeâ€, cooperative project of anarchists from Eastern Europe and anarchist immigrants living in Berlin, is out. The new ABB#28 appeared in the middle of Marchâ€™07 has 52 pages and its main topic is â€œCollectives and anarchist organizingâ€. Here short summary of this issue:
<table><tr><td>The Untold Story of SACCO AND VANZETTI Comes to Life
In a New Documentary from First Run Features
Opening at the Quad Cinema in NYC on March 30 & at the Laemmle Theatres in L.A. on April 6
â€œA wonderful film, as timeless as the struggle for human justice, as relevant as todayâ€™s headlines.â€
â€“ FILMMAKER KEN BURNS
<p>We are pleased to finally announce the publication of <i>A Murder of Crows</i> #2! Itâ€™s been a year since the last issue, longer than we expected, but we think it was well worth it. The price has been bumped up a buck to $3 (ppd) from the last one, but we think youâ€™ll appreciate the expanded content and color cover. A preview of the cover art is now on our website, as is one of the issueâ€™s featured articles, â€œRepression as State Strategy.â€ Check it outâ€”we believe it is internet time well spent.
<table><tr><td><b>The Pigâ€™s Eye in the Sky</b></br>
This article appears in Modesto Anarcho #3, which viewed in secret here at <a href="http://s161.photobucket.com/albums/t209/mahub/">here</a>.</p>
â€œWe feed the spectacle poison, disguised as bird seed.â€ â€“ Surveillance Camera Players </p>