Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz - feminist, revolutionary, historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
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  I think of myself as an Okie. Let me tell you what that means: Being an Okie means being the first of your whole family to finish high school let alone go on to college. Being an Okie means getting rooted out of an area and having to hustle for a toehold in some new area. Being an Okie means running the risk of striving out from under a layer of heartless sonsabitches only to discover you have become a redneck of bitterness worse than those you strove against..." Ken Kesey, author of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Sometimes a Great Notion.



Blue Moon on Paseo/OKC
Green Party of Oklahoma
Mayflower Congregational Church
Okie Okie without borders
Piedmont Website
 Red Dirt Book Festival
Blip Red Dirt Post
Red Dirt Rangers
Red Flag Press
 Woody Guthrie

 Historians against the Iraq War
Iraq Veterans against the War
Veterans for Peace
 Stan Goff

Women Warriors
 Barbara Dane
Bitch Magazine
Code Pink
Gender Links Gender Links
Veteran Feminists of America
Writings Writings by Carol Hanisch
Yale Manifesta

Organizing for Justice
Campaign to End the Death Penalty
Indigenous Peoples at the UN
Nicaragua Network
 Not in Our Name
National Black Radical Congress
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Open World Conference of Workers
Resistencia Books
Rural Development Leadership Network
Truth and Reconcilliation Commission, South Africa
Tulsa Race Riots

Alternative Views
American Atheists
Anarchist News Service
Anarchy Archives
Billy Bragg Homepage
Bring the Ruckus
City Lights Books
ColorLines Magazine
Granma International, Cuba
Left Turn Magazine
LiP Magazine
MacBride Report on Media
McCarthey Blacklisting
Monthly Review webzine
Narco News Bulletin
Poor Magazine
Pun Plamondon
Race Traitor/Journal of the New Abolitionist Movement



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