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Annual May Day March and Rally at the Oregon State Capitol on May 1st

Portland, 15.04.2014 22:54

Join us on Thursday, May 1st at 10:30am for the annual May Day March and Rally on the steps of the Oregon State Capitol in Salem!

On Thursday, May 1st, organizations and businesses will host the annual May Day March & Rally on the steps of the Oregon State Capitol in Salem. The event will begin at 10:30am with thousands expected to turn out.

Topics will include the Oregon Driver Card -- Oregon Safe Roads Campaign, Immigration Reform with a path to citizenship, Healthcare for All Children, Workers Rights and Stopping Wage Theft, and Equality for All.

May Day 2014 March & Rally
Date: Thursday, May 1st, 2013 - Time: 10:30 a.m.

Location:
Oregon State Capitol (Front Steps)
900 Court Street NE Salem, Oregon

homepage:  http://www.oregonmayday.com



California Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Salmon in Marin

San Francisco Bay Area, 14.04.2014 23:05

In March, Turtle Island Restoration Network 's Salmon Protection And Watershed Network (SPAWN) won a legal battle with the County of Marin to protect the last population of wild California coho coastal salmon. A California appeals court affirmed SPAWN's position that the Marin county-wide plan was unlawful because the county failed to analyze cumulative impacts and provided spurious mitigation for destruction of salmon habitat.



Supreme Court Rules in Favor of the 1%, Immediate Response in Palo Alto

San Francisco Bay Area, 14.04.2014 23:05

On April 2, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Shaun McCutcheon et al in McCutcheon v Federal Elections Commission. Responding immediately, a crowd gathered at Palo Alto's City Hall to demonstrate against the decision, which clears the way for even more private money to enter the electoral system.



Coastal Commission Approves Development of Monterey Shores "Eco-resort"

Santa Cruz, CA, 14.04.2014 23:04

On April 11, the California Coastal Commission approved the development of a large hotel and condominium complex sited on beach and dune habitat on Monterey Bay in Sand City. The developer calls the 360-unit complex, with parking for almost 1,000 cars, the "Monterey Shores Eco-resort." At risk is a population of Western Snowy Plovers, a federally threatened species who nest and raise their broods in the footprint of the proposed resort.



Departamento de Salud no cree en un Vieques saludable

Puerto Rico, 13.04.2014 23:16

Departamento de Salud no cree en un Vieques saludable



San Benito County Residents Halfway to Signature Goal for Fracking Ban Ballot Initiative

Santa Cruz, CA, 13.04.2014 23:04

Community members in San Benito are hoping they will be the first "frontline" county in California to ban fracking and other methods of extreme oil and gas extraction. Since late March, volunteers across the county have begun collecting signatures for a fracking ban initiative they hope to have on the ballot in November. Progress is moving quickly; after two weeks of collecting signatures, the organization San Benito Rising announced they were nearly halfway through their drive.



Nueva enfermedad social

Argentina, 13.04.2014 22:51

Cuando el “desarrollismo” ignora a la naturaleza y a la Historia



Robert Norse Arrested for Recording City Council Meeting

Santa Cruz, CA, 12.04.2014 23:05

Homeless activist Robert Norse was removed by police from the Santa Cruz City Council meeting on April 1 when he attempted to record the public session in the same manner he has for many years. Long time council member, and first time mayor, Lynn Robinson decided that evening Norse would be arrested and cited for disrupting the meeting when he twice attempted to leave his recording device "unattended" in the area of the room where he thought he could create the highest quality recording.



HUELGA NACIONAL: ALTA ADHESIÓN DE AMPLIOS SECTORES DE TRABAJADORES Y DECENAS DE PIQUETES

Argentina, 10.04.2014 22:54

Fuerte impacto del paro en todo el país



HUELGA NACIONAL: ALTA ADHESIÓN DE AMPLIOS SECTORES DE TRABAJADORES Y DECENAS DE PIQUETES

Argentina, 10.04.2014 22:54

Fuerte impacto del paro en todo el país



Call Out to Defend Redwood Grove on Ground Breaking Day for Jacobs Institute

San Francisco Bay Area, 09.04.2014 23:08

On April 6, University of California Berkeley cut down the support foliage at the redwood grove behind Soda Hall. Larger redwoods have been severely pruned and smaller redwoods have been removed entirely. Paul Jacobs of Qualcomm wants the lot for a $20,000,000 privatized tech design institute, named after himself. The UC intends to cut down all the trees in the grove. Save the Ridge Redwoods is calling for a "wave of action" protest to defend the trees on April 12.



TRES CENTRALES SINDICALES, CORRIENTES Y EXPRESIONES DE IZQUIERDA

Argentina, 09.04.2014 22:54

Hacia el paro nacional



LESA HUMANIDAD: IMPUNIDAD DE AYER Y DE HOY

Argentina, 09.04.2014 22:54

El general Milani y las pruebas de su infamia



TRES CENTRALES SINDICALES, CORRIENTES Y EXPRESIONES DE IZQUIERDA

Argentina, 09.04.2014 22:54

Hacia el paro nacional



LESA HUMANIDAD: IMPUNIDAD DE AYER Y DE HOY

Argentina, 09.04.2014 22:54

El general Milani y las pruebas de su infamia



VIOLENCIAS

Argentina, 09.04.2014 22:54

Linchamiento, discursos y después



FREE War Tax Resistance Workshop

Portland, 06.04.2014 23:04

Just in time for tax day! The Portland chapter of the War Resisters League will be hosting a free war tax resistance workshop, where you can learn strategies (and risks) of putting your money where it can do some good----if you work for peace, why pay for war? Also find out about other tax day ( or tax season) events in the Portland area that you can participate in.

Free resources and packets to each attendee!

Just in time for tax day! The Portland chapter of the War Resisters League will be hosting a free war tax resistance workshop, where you can learn strategies (and risks) of putting your money where it can do some good----if you work for peace, why pay for war??

Location:First Unitarian church; on S.W. 12th, between Main and Salmon
room: B201
when: Sunday, April 6th | time 1:30



The Shortwave Report 04/04/14 Listen Globally!

Portland, 06.04.2014 23:04

A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming.

Dear Radio Friend,
The latest Shortwave Report (April 4) is up at the website  http://www.outfarpress.com/shortwave.shtml in 3 forms- (new) HIGHEST QUALITY (128kb)(27MB), broadcast quality (16MB), and quickdownload or streaming form (6MB) (28:59) Links at page bottom
(If you have access to Audioport there is a highest quality version posted up there {35MB}  http://www.audioport.org/index.php?op=producer-info&uid=904&nav=&)

NEW PODCAST!!!- feed:  http://www.outfarpress.com/podcast.xml (128kb Highest Quality)

This week's show features stories from the Voice of Russia, NHK World Radio Japan, Radio Havana Cuba, Spanish National Radio, and Radio Deutsche-Welle.
From RUSSIA- The UN released a comprehensive, scientific report on the impacts of global warming. The conclusions are severe and point out that continued governmental inaction will be catastrophic.
From JAPAN- The International Court of Justice ruled that Japan must cease whaling in the Antarctic, which Japan agrees too, though it may continue whaling in other regions. North and South Korea exchanged artillery fire in a disputed area this week, which the North blames on huge US South Korea military landing drills. More than 100,000 people in Taiwan protested a current trade pact proposal with mainland China. Der Spiegel reported that a US court allowed the NSA to spy on 11 countries including Japan.
From CUBA- In Venezuela violent anti-government groups set fire to the Ministry of Housing in Caracas- 1200 workers were safely evacuated. The Colombian government and FARC rebels reached agreement on the issue of illegal drugs- new policies will be implemented in light of the farmers needs and the failure of the so-called "War on Drugs."
From SPAIN- The Spanish central government rejected a proposal by the mayor of Madrid to ban all demonstrations in the downtown area. In Egypt attacks on the Muslim brotherhood continue with 3 demonstrators killed. Ousted Ukrainian President Yankovich called for referendums on independence in the former Ukraine.
From GERMANY- NATO warned that Russian military presence on the Ukrainian border is a grave concern, and that it is suspending all military and civilian cooperation with Russia. The US and EU announced that they will help supply gas to Ukraine. Venice is the latest European region to pursue independence from its national government- it joins Crimea, Scotland, and Catalonia.



VIOLENCIAS

Argentina, 06.04.2014 22:52

Linchamiento, discursos y después



What It Is Like to Be Homeless in Downtown Fresno

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.04.2014 23:16

Homeless people in downtown Fresno can no longer set up encampments. They must put up a tent in the evening and take it down early in the morning. During the day, they have to stay with their property or it will be taken and put into storage. On March 6, the Fresno City Council passed an ordinance that makes it easier for the police to remove shopping carts from the homeless. These "quality of life" ordinances add pressure to be constantly on the move and never have a place to stay that is safe and secure.



Climate Report: Cutting Meat Consumption Key to Reducing Emissions

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.04.2014 23:16

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's latest report on March 31 highlights the increasing threat from rising global meat and dairy consumption to limiting global warming, especially as the world population continues to grow. By 2050, estimates indicate, beef and lamb will account for half of all agricultural greenhouse gas emissions. Cheese and other dairy products will account for about one quarter of total agricultural climate pollution.



San Francisco Chipotle Closes in Face of Animal Rights Protests

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.04.2014 23:16

Since October 2013, DxE has held monthly protests against Chipotle as part of the group's "It's not Food, It's Violence" campaign. On March 29, Chipotle Mexican Grill closed a San Francisco restaurant in response to protests by animal rights activists. Demonstrators with Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) arrived to protest against the restaurant, surprised to find it closed. It remained closed and empty of customers for the duration of DxE's two-hour protest.



Agenda Abril 2014

Argentina, 05.04.2014 22:52



April Kicks Off with Two Anti-Gentrification Tech Bus Blockades in Oakland

San Francisco Bay Area, 04.04.2014 23:16

On April Fool's Day, protesters blocked an Apple bus attempting to cross the High Street bridge from the Fruitvale district of Oakland into Alameda. A Google bus was also blocked behind it. The two buses were blocked for half an hour and there were no arrests. On April 2, protesters caused delays and disruptions in the tech bus pick-up zone in front of the MacArthur BART station. An Apple, Google, and Yahoo bus were all surrounded and blocked for over half an hour until OPD and BART police pushed the demonstrators back.



Corrected Billboard "Defends" Transparency at Guantanamo Bay

San Francisco Bay Area, 04.04.2014 23:16

On March 24, the California Department of Corrections, which practices culture jamming by "correcting" commercial advertisements, successfully modified a billboard in San Francisco to read, PAIN ISN'T ALWAYS OBVIOUS. LEARN THE SIGNS AT GUANTANAMO BAY. The ad comes two weeks after a landmark lawsuit, Hassan v. Obama, was brought before U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. to end force-feeding at Guantanamo Bay. Hassan has been on hunger strike since 2005 and has allegedly experienced over 5,000 forced-feedings.



20 Demonstrators in Support of UAW Strike Arrested at UC Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA, 04.04.2014 23:05

From April 2-3, UAW 2865, the union representing Teaching Assistants throughout the University of California system, called for a peaceful, legal strike in protest of management's unlawful intimidation of student-workers. From threats to international students' visa status who participate in union activity, to unlawful videoing, and calling legal strikes illegal, the UC has proved that it will say anything to prevent student-workers from exercising their rights.



Masacre de Fort Hood

Puerto Rico, 03.04.2014 23:27

Madres Contra la Guerra se expresan sobre masacre de Fort Hood



Marchan los religiosos

Puerto Rico, 03.04.2014 23:27

Reta a fundamentalistas a marchar contra sacerdotes y pastores pederastas



Asamblea UPR 2 semestre 2014

Puerto Rico, 02.04.2014 23:27

Frente Estudiantil UPRRP llama a aumentar la movilización ante los próximos recortes



Over 150 Rally Against Northeastern's Double Standard: Silencing Students, Applauding Israeli Knesset Members

Boston, 02.04.2014 23:04

Boston, MA - Tuesday night, over 150 students and local activists protested at Northeastern University with a strong message to the administration: Don't silence Students for Justice in Palestine and applaud the Israeli Knesset. The protest was sponsored by a coalition of 20 Boston-area organizations, and took place outside of a university-sponsored "town hall" meeting with six members of the Israeli Knesset. The rally followed a talk by author and activist Ali Abunimah, co-founder and director of the publication The Electronic Intifada.



11 e 12/04 - SP - CryptoRave - 24 horas de liberdade e privacidade na rede

CMI Brasil, 02.04.2014 22:10

Liberdade, Privacidade



Proyecto del "Día del no nacido"

Puerto Rico, 01.04.2014 23:29

Doble amenaza a los derechos constitucionales



Hundreds in San Francisco Protest the Murder of Alex Nieto

San Francisco Bay Area, 01.04.2014 23:17

On March 21, 28-year-old Alejandro Nieto was in Bernal Hill Park, before leaving for his night job as a security guard. The job required that Nieto carry a Taser. A jogger who reportedly called the police told 911, "A Latin male in a bright red jacket is pacing near a fence." When police arrived, they shot Nieto 14 times. After a vigil with family and friends on March 24, and an SFPD town hall on March 26, hundreds of people marched to the top of Bernal Hill on March 29 to protest the murder by police of CCSF student Alejandro Nieto.



EJECUCIÓN SUMARIA Y FASCISMO EMERGENTE

Argentina, 01.04.2014 22:53

Ante el linchamiento de David Moreyra



EJECUCIÓN SUMARIA Y FASCISMO EMERGENTE

Argentina, 01.04.2014 22:53

Ante el linchamiento de David Moreyra



Complexo do Alemão pede paz em manifesto

CMI Brasil, 01.04.2014 22:10

CMI-RIO



Apoie a campanha da fábrica ocupada Flaskô

CMI Brasil, 01.04.2014 22:10

http://passapalavra.info/2014/03/93345



Anhanguera é bloqueada em protesto por moradia

CMI Brasil, 01.04.2014 22:10

Luta por moradia - Luta Popular



A nova luta da Vila Autódromo

CMI Brasil, 01.04.2014 22:10

CMI-Rio de Janeiro



Triunfo del pueblo vs antena

Puerto Rico, 31.03.2014 23:42

Revés judicial para QMC Telecom: Triunfan las comunidades



Needle Litter is the Problem; Needle Exchange is the Solution

Santa Cruz, CA, 30.03.2014 23:19

Steve Pleich writes: There has been much discussion over the last several months concerning the wisdom of having a fully functional Needle Exchange Program in our community. Many have expressed doubts about the public health benefits of such a program, but a clear-eyed and dispassionate analysis of those benefits has been subsumed by an overriding public safety concern.




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