Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Winners Announced in Bush in 30 Seconds Contest
The winning ads in MoveOn.org Voter Fund's Bush in 30 Seconds ad contest have been announced.

Sunday, January 11, 2004

January 11- Bread and Roses Sale! Justice Clothing
"We want bread, and roses, too!" This was the cry of thousands of garment workers in Lawrence, Massachusettes, who were demanding something better than the subsistence level wages that kept their stomachs, and those of their children, empty of bread. Not just bread, they cried, but roses too: dignity, respect, the chance to give their children better lives. Today, on the anniversary of their strike, we honor these brave union pioneers.

Clean Clothes Connection Bangor, Maine
Were your clothes made by teenage girls and children, working long hours under harsh conditions for poverty wages? Or were they made by workers who have a voice on the job, and who enjoy living wages and benefits?

Tuesday, January 06, 2004

Bush in 30 Seconds sponsored MoveOn.org voter fund
The 15 finalists for Bush in 30 Seconds are now posted. The winning commercial will be announced at an event on January 12th at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. You can buy tickets online now.

GOP Plays Dirty Politics in Attempt to Smear MoveOn.org Voter Fund MoveOn.org

Thursday, January 01, 2004

Say what? Quotes from 2003 that made us angry, made us laugh and made us go, ‘Hmm ...’
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"You can do things cheaper and better than they can by forming voluntary combinations with other people, and getting the work of the world done without boss and without state. That’s what anarchy is about.

— Folk singer and rabble rouser UTAH PHILLIPS about his presidential campaign ‘You for President.’

"He really wasn’t much of a singer. He just learned tunes so that if there was a stool in the room, he could act like he was the evening’s entertainment until it was safe to talk union."

— Labor folk singer ANNE FEENEY said about her grandfather, legendary mine worker, union organizer and singer WILLIAM PATRICK FEENEY.