V.25 No.10 | 03/10/2016
Social Change Activist Visits Page One
Press Release [ Fri Apr 1 2016 12:00 PM ]
Bruce Berlin, public sector attorney and social change activist, will be at Page One Books at 3pm on Sunday, April 3, to talk about and sign his first book, Breaking Big Money's Grip on America: Working Together to Revive Our Democracy.
The book is described as such: This book is an urgent call to all Americans to focus on a critical issue: huge sums of money unjustly influencing US elections and public policy. Some people see the United States as a plutocracy run by and for the very rich. Breaking Big Money's Grip on America provides convincing evidence to support this view and explores how a nationwide Democracy movement can overcome Big Money's control and convert our government into one that serves the needs of the American people. It also demonstrates why breaking Big Money's grip is critical to solving other crucial issues like gun violence and income inequality. Whether you are a conservative, moderate, liberal or progressive, your participation is vital for fixing our broken political system.
Berlin has devoted himself to social justice issues for more than 45 years. He earned his AB in government from Cornell University in 1967 and his JD from New York University in 1970. Berlin is the founder and former executive director of The Trinity Forum for International Security and Conflict Resolution, a nonprofit organization that brought together policymakers and concerned citizens. While directing The Trinity Forum, Berlin was awarded a Jennings Randolph Peace Fellowship from the United States Institute of Peace in 1988. He currently is certified in Negotiation and Mediation by the National Center for Collaborative Planning and Community Services, and in Economic Development by the New Mexico Community Economic Development Leadership Institute. He now lives in Santa Fe, working on nonpartisan efforts to revive democracy in America, promote peace in the Middle East, and diversify Los Alamos National Laboratory, among other issues.
V.21 No.17 | 4/26/2012
Choose the movies for Civic Cinema
First winner to be screened June 1
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Wed May 2 2012 11:10 AM ]
Everybody loves an election. And in this one, everybody wins!
Alibi is asking its readers to help the City of Albuquerque bring back the popular Civic Cinema film series in grand fashion. There will be three free public movie screenings this summer on Downtown's Civic Plaza. The city is asking you to pitch in and vote for your favorite films. The number one choice will be shown at the first public screening on June 1. After that, the winning film is removed, and voting starts all over again. Didn't get to see the movie you wanted? Vote some more. Encourage your friends to chime in as well.
Get out the vote, and let's watch some movies this summmer, Albuquerque!
V.19 No.26 | 7/1/2010
Know Your Rights?
Arm yourself with truth, justice and the American way
By Carolyn Carlson
One warm late May evening, DC and some friends headed Downtown to hit a few bars and celebrate a friend’s college graduation. He never expected to end up in jail, accused of disorderly conduct. DC is not a stereotypical gangster dude who quibbles with cops just for fun. He is a white, college-educated, 26-year-old Republican who considers himself conservative and pro-law and order. He said he was arrested for what amounts to opening a rear passenger car door and questioning a police officer during a lengthy seat belt violation traffic stop.
V.19 No.22 | 6/3/2010
Ortiz y Pino
To Salvage Democracy
By Jerry Ortiz y Pino
Bill Moyers’ last ever episode of “Journal” ran on PBS a few weeks back. I missed it but heard so many comments that I found it online and spent an hour and a half watching it.
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