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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 pm. Food Not Bombs is a global movement for the end of institutionalized poverty and hunger; something the free trade agenda plays an increasingly large...

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More News from the Hunger Frontlines

March 11, 2013
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Recently we posted about a struggle brewing between Chicago Food Not Bombs as well as other community activists and tone-deaf, anti-homeless city administrators in Illinois. Today we’re featuring two more articles about poverty and food scarcity from the viewpoint of Food Not Bombs! Vice.com Reports On Recycled Food Markets According to Jarrod Shanahan, a...

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Homeless Advocacy vs. City Hall

January 29, 2013
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Homeless Advocacy vs. City Hall

As part of an ongoing campaign to raise the profile of systemic harassment and displacement of homeless people in the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, FNB activists will be using the city’s own presentation time at their bi-monthly commission meetings to show the Mayor and city commissioners the results of their anti-homeless policies. The...

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The Autonomous Playhouse Tour Begins Friday in Fort Lauderdale

May 24, 2012
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Fort Lauderdale Food Not Bombs is picking up its sharings and radical puppet shows and hitting the road…wish us well as we head West with our waste vegetable oil converted school bus this summer, and we’ll see everyone back in Tampa for the FNB World Gathering! Read more about the Fest from the local...

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Fort Lauderdale City Officials’ Love-Hate Relationship with the Homeless Continues

February 22, 2012
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Tuesday, February 21st, saw the unanimous passing of a homeless ordinance that to city officials was an important step towards helping homeless problems, and to many activists at the hearing, an important step towards fascist discrimination against the homeless for the sake of profit. One side would have you believe that the dozen activists...

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