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Why Food Not Bombs Pilsen Has Transformed An Abandoned Police Station Into A Community Garden

May 12, 2014
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Why Food Not Bombs Pilsen Has Transformed An Abandoned Police Station Into A Community Garden

The Pilsen neighborhood has been forced to live with an abandoned and decaying police precinct at the corner of 23 rd and Damen for 8 years. The building, which is still owned by the Chicago Police Department, is covered in debris and features steel plates over every door and window-a security feature reminiscent of...

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San Francisco Food Not Bombs Assaulted & Arrested on May Day

May 2, 2014
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San Francisco Food Not Bombs Assaulted & Arrested on May Day

May Day in San Francisco saw several hundred protesters marching through the Mission district for various causes, including against targeted evictions, and for Alejandro Nieto, who was killed last...

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Activists at Russian Food Not Bombs Attacked and Kidnapped Over Crimean Conflict

March 17, 2014
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Activists at Russian Food Not Bombs Attacked and Kidnapped Over Crimean Conflict

Russian anti-war activists kidnapped and seriously injured Organisers of a demonstration against the war in Ukraine in Petrozavodsk, Russia were kidnapped and seriously injured by unknown people in masks...

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Update from Food Not Bombs Minsk

February 10, 2014
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Update from Food Not Bombs Minsk

The repressions against Food Not Bombs have started again in Belarus. The first distribution of food took place in 2005. Today there are 3 points of Food Not Bombs in...

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Food Not Bombs Kicks Off The FTAA+10 on November 15 in Miami

October 27, 2013
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Food Not Bombs Kicks Off The FTAA+10 on November 15 in Miami

Fort Lauderdale Food Not Bombs is inviting people hungry for justice and delicious vegetarian food to come out to Government Center in downtown Miami Friday, November 15th, at 7...

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THE WORLD SERIES OF HUNGER The nationwide campaign to hide hunger goes into extra innings.

October 24, 2013
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Just as soon as I think the authorities may be backing down on their effort to stop people from feeding the hungry in public I am reminded that the...

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THE MAGIC OF THINKING

October 11, 2013
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Too big to fail America may not really be too big to fail after all. The political crisis over Obama Care and a potential default on U.S. debt highlights...

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