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Picture of IWW members under armed guard being put on trains

The Bisbee Deportation, 1917

One hundred years ago Bisbee, Arizona, hosted the beginning of the defeat of one of the world’s boldest and most effective labor organizations, the International Workers of the World (IWW) or Wobblies, when 1186 striking copper mine workers were rounded up, loaded into cattle cars, then dumped in the desert of southwest New Mexico at […]

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Earth at Risk: No Citizen Journalism

Opinions expressed do not necessarily represent those of Occupy Tucson or the Occupied Tucson Citizen—Editors Introduction Does information about environmental justice want to be contained in media union contracts or does it want to be free? Apparently, the Earth at Risk conference organizers felt that it wanted to be part of the capitalist apparatus of […]

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