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COMMEMORATING ROSA LUXEMBURG
Performance by Kathleen Chalfant - NYC

94 years ago, on 15 January 1919, Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht in Berlin were beaten to death by murderers in uniform—people who were part of the same crowd that would later openly support handing power over to the Nazis. To...

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FOUNDATION ELECTS NEW PRESIDENT
December 2012 - Berlin

The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation has elected a new president. Dagmar Enkelmann, a long-term member of the German Federal Parliament for the Left Party, follows Heinz Vietze, who served the RLF for six years. Enkelmann, along with new members...

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OFFICIAL RLS-NYC OFFICE OPENING
Pictures of Opening - The General Society Library

Visit our Flickr page for pictures of the event: On November 14, more than 250 people joined us to celebrate the official opening of our office with a day-long event of politics and culture. We thank everyone for coming out to the...

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ENERGY EMERGENCY, ENERGY TRANSITION
Conference - NYC District Council of Carpenters -

On October 10-12 in New York City, the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation and Cornell University’s Global Labor Institute convened the “Energy Emergency, Energy Transition” conference. This invitation-only roundtable brought together over...

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FOUNDATION OPENS NEW YORK OFFICE
275 Madison Avenue - Manhattan

The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation just opened its New York Office and is proud to launch this new website! As an education and research institution, we strive to help connect and grow “left” currents and causes around the world. In...

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AUDRE LORDE – THE BERLIN YEARS 1984 TO 1992
The Hawaii Premier - September 2012

As part of the Audre Lorde Legacy Festival at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, the Hawaii premier of “Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years – 1984 to 1992” took place on September 20, 2012. 100 people attended the screening of the...

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THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLED

In this timely publication, authors Sean Sweeney and John Treat do away with some of the more persistent myths around energy and emissions trends related to transport. Focusing their analysis on passenger road transport, they make a strong case that if we want to mitigate climate change, we need to expand public transport options. Theirs is an urgent cause given the fact that, as a result of...
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THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLED

In this timely publication, authors Sean Sweeney and John Treat do away with some of the more persistent myths around energy and emissions trends related to transport. Focusing their analysis on passenger road transport, they make a strong case that if we want to mitigate climate change, we need to expand public transport options. Theirs is an urgent cause given the fact that, as a result of global land......
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