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En defensa playa Carolina

Puerto Rico, 28.11.2015 23:06

Se reactiva la lucha en defensa de la playa de Carolina

NCM terrorismo

Puerto Rico, 28.11.2015 23:06

El fantasma del terrorismo se asoma en la Crisis en Puerto Rico

Vieques: No a la dispensa

Puerto Rico, 28.11.2015 23:05

Vieques: No a la dispensa, no a la quema

NCM isla diez

Puerto Rico, 28.11.2015 23:05

Estrategia en Puerto Rico rebota contra Estados Unidos

Video/Photos-46th Native American National Day Of Mourning-Nov. 26

Boston, 28.11.2015 22:54

The 46th annual Native American Day Of Mourning took place Thanksgiving Day in Plymouth, Mass.

SF Bay Area Marches in Solidarity Ahead of Paris Climate Talks

Santa Cruz, CA, 27.11.2015 22:34

Immediately following the Paris attacks of November 13, France announced the prohibition of mass marches in cities across the country. Large rallies scheduled for November 29 and December 12 in Paris during the UN climate conference have been forbidden due to this new ban. French rally mobilizers are asking why demonstrations are prohibited while sporting events and Christmas markets are being permitted. In Northern California, climate activists marched in Oakland and Santa Cruz during the weekend of November 21-22 in a lead-up to the Paris climate summit.

Black Friday Black Lives Matter, not mere cheap deals

Portland, 26.11.2015 22:51

March on Portland, Fri., Nov. 27 1 pm to 10 pm, starting at Holladay Park by Lloyd Center and Max, NE 11th and Holladay. Let's unite to end the violence that begins against Blacks, Native Americans, Muslims, peace/animal/environmental activists, and whistle-blowers, as practice to attack almost everyone else. Doing what is right, living true to yourself with integrity to your own values is far, far, far more satisfying, gratifying, comforting, and energizing that not showing up and speaking up. It's the best medicine for shopping and holidays depression. No work, no school, no shopping, no complicity with violence/injustice. Justice for all.

at 1:00pm - 10:00pm
Holladay City Park
NE 11th Ave & NE Holladay St, Portland, Oregon 97232

Landmark Agreement Ends Indeterminate Long-Term Solitary Confinement in California

San Francisco Bay Area, 26.11.2015 22:50

Led by those inside California prisons, who often put their lives on the line, a settlement was reached on September 1 in the federal class action Ashker v. Governor of California that will mostly end indeterminate, long-term solitary confinement in all California state prisons. Subject to court approval, the agreement will result in a dramatic reduction in the number of people in solitary across the state and a new program that could be a model for other states going forward. Over a thousand people are set to make it out of Security Housing Units (SHU).

Alameda County Passes Groundbreaking Privacy Policy

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.11.2015 22:51

In an example of collaboration with privacy advocates, on November 17, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors passed a comprehensive privacy policy regulating the county's use of cell phone interceptor equipment (often referred to in the press by "Stingray" or "Hailstorm") before approving the purchase of an equipment upgrade. The policy requires a warrant before any deployment of the device and periodic audits of use.

Oakland Police Kill Yet Another Black Man

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.11.2015 22:51

August 27 marked the sixth officer-involved shooting by Oakland police in 2015, and the fourth resulting in death. This does not count Richard Linyard, who police claim suffocated to death after he squeezed himself between two buildings during a police chase. All of OPD's victims this year have been of African descent. The victim was Yonas Alehegne and it's been reported that he was homeless and an immigrant, possibly from West Africa.


Argentina, 24.11.2015 22:53

Amplio repudio al editorial de La Nación que reclama el fin de los juicios de lesa humanidad


Argentina, 24.11.2015 22:53

Amplio repudio al editorial de La Nación que reclama el fin de los juicios de lesa humanidad

Nice Try, Pope Francis, but to Many, Junipero Serra is No Saint

Santa Cruz, CA, 24.11.2015 22:51

On November 2, red paint was splashed across the front door of Mission Santa Cruz. Following the Catholic church's canonization of Junipero Serra, a series of acts of vandalism has occurred on the Central Coast, including the beheading of a Serra statue in Monterey in October, and the splashing of paint on Mission Carmel in September.

UC Santa Cruz Students Participate in Million Student March

Santa Cruz, CA, 24.11.2015 22:51

On November 12 students at UC Santa Cruz joined students at college campuses across the country for a "Million Student March," a day of local actions organized nationally around three principle demands: tuition-free public college, cancellation of all student debt, and a $15 minimum wage for all campus workers. Million Student March actions were organized at over 100 schools, and the movement has been endorsed by political figures such as Noam Chomsky and Jill Stein, as well as by organizations such as Young Democratic Socialists and the labor union National Nurses United.

Day Worker Center of Santa Cruz County Seeks Funds to Build Tool Lending Library

Santa Cruz, CA, 24.11.2015 22:51

The Day Worker Center of Santa Cruz County is asking for the community's help to raise funds for a Tool Lending Library. The Center already possesses the tools, but currently lacks a reliable shed to store them, and as an organization that works to provide workers with job opportunities, a place to store tools is invaluable.

Labor and BLM Demand: "Drop the Charges Against the Black Friday 14!"

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.11.2015 22:51

In a show of solidarity, labor unions and Black Lives Matter activists staged a protest on November 10 which targeted Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley. Some two hundred protesters gathered outside D.A. O'Malley's offices demanding that she "Drop the charges against the Black Friday 14!" They declared that the struggles for economic justice and racial justice were two sides of the same struggle. Inside the courthouse, a delegation of labor leaders occupied O'Malley's office. No arrests were made.

Video/Photos-Don't Let Paris Be Pretext For War Protest-Boston

Boston, 22.11.2015 22:53

Boston, Mass.-Nov. 21, 2015: About 100 anti-war activists gathered at Park St. on Boston Common to protest U.S. involvement in the war in Syria.

Первые последствия атаки в Париже для протестного движения

Belarus, 19.11.2015 22:22

Сегодня стало известно о том, что французское правительство продлило чрезвычайно положение на три месяца. Помимо этого президент Франции Франсуа Олланд призвал к изменению конституцию для адаптирования к новым угрозам.

После этого стало известно, что все протестные мероприятия против Конференции ООН по климатическим изменениям (COP), которая пройдет в конце ноября и начале декабря этого года, были запрещены. Коалиция, которая существовала для мобилизации против COP уже успела выпустить заявление в котором прекращает мобилизацию. Некоторые группы экологов по-прежнему продолжают мобилизацию, однако становится неясно, что будет с протестами и самой конференцией.

Чрезвычайное положение позволит французским властям на протяжении 3 месяцев запрещать публичные собрания, закрывать общественный места и вводить комендантский час. Помимо этого у французский властей появится возможность выписывать домашний арест “радикальным” элементам в обществе, а также проводить обыски без ордеров.


Midtown Apartments Rent Strike Going Strong

San Francisco Bay Area, 17.11.2015 22:49

On November 14, residents of the Midtown Park Apartments in San Francisco's Western Addition and their supporters gathered for a fundraiser and BBQ. In 2013, the City terminated the lease with the tenants and awarded it to Mercy Housing. Tenants are now facing enormous rent increases and Mercy Housing has put forth plans to eventually demolish the buildings. In response, Midtown tenants went on Rent Strike five months ago and are calling out for public support.

Portland Police and the Recent Killing of a Mentally Ill Man

Portland, 16.11.2015 22:51

KBOO host Jo Ann Hardesty speaks with Jason Renaud of the Mental Health Association of Portland about the recent police killing of Michael Johnson, a mentally ill man in Portland, and why the Department of Justice intervention hasn't stopped police killings.

LISTEN - Portland Police and the Recent Killing of a Mentally Ill Man

ACSO Deputies Pummeling Man with Batons Caught on Camera

San Francisco Bay Area, 15.11.2015 22:49

On November 13, the San Francisco Public Defender's office released video of two Alameda County Sheriff's Office (ACSO) Deputies beating a man who is curled up on the ground. The first deputy tackles and punches the man and then both proceed to hit him with their batons for nearly a minute, repeatedly striking the man in the head and all over his body. They only stop beating him after other ACSO deputies and SF police arrive on the scene. Instead of rendering medical aid, the arriving police walk around the seriously wounded man, shining flashlights on him as he moans in pain, crying out for help.

Battle to Save CCSF Continues

San Francisco Bay Area, 15.11.2015 22:49

Students, teachers, supporters, plus many others marched from CCSF's Mission campus to the Civic Center campus over the pending downsizing of City College on November 12. Faculty union AFT 2121, which represents 1500 faculty at CCSF announced they authorized a one-day strike in response to unfair labor practices at City College. A picket to support CCSF faculty in contract negotiations has been called for November 18.

Blood on the Floor of Alameda City Hall

San Francisco Bay Area, 15.11.2015 22:49

In the city of Alameda, rent increases and evictions remain unregulated. Landlords are pushing rents up sky high and/or evicting people out of homes they've been able to afford for decades. On November 4, an estimated 200 Alamedan renters went to their city council to demand an end to unfair rent hikes and displacement. City Official Bob Haun shoved a 68-year-old Alameda Rental Coalition leader and police tackled another protester to the ground where he lay bleeding while police restrained him. After a hearing that lasted past 1am, the council voted for a temporary 65-day limit of 8% on rent increases and ban on no cause evictions.

The Shortwave Report 11/06/15 Listen Globally!

Portland, 13.11.2015 22:51

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. NHK World Radio Japan, Radio Deutsche-Welle, Spanish National Radio, and Radio Havana Cuba.

The latest Shortwave Report (November 6) is up at the website in 3 forms

2016 FRUIT TREE STEWARDSHIP INTERN with Portland Fruit Tree Project

Portland, 13.11.2015 22:51

Unpaid internship position open with Portland Fruit Tree Project
The Fruit Tree Stewardship Intern will aid in the implementation of Portland Fruit Tree Project's Fruit Tree Stewardship programs by assisting in the coordination our Tree Care Teams program and Tree Care Workshop series, and helping us maintain our existing Community Orchard sites.
Time commitment: 12-20 hours per week for 26 weeks (schedule is somewhat flexible, 312 total hours minimum) Monday January 4th, 2016 - Monday June 30th, 2016

Location: You would be working primarily out of PFTP headquarters in NE Portland, but will be traveling throughout the City of Portland for site visits and events.
This internship is unpaid, but the rewards are many - including a great learning experience and the unique opportunity to be a part of a vibrant and growing organization

Applications due by Monday December 7th

Video: Portland Human Rights Commission Meeting 11.4.15

Portland, 13.11.2015 22:51

The monthly meeting of the volunteer Human Rights Commission (HRC).
This longer than usual meeting had lots of public comment and discussions. The tension at this meeting was due to the HRC endorsement of a letter regarding an Israel-Palestine divestment proposal, regarding four companies in Portland Oregon with Human Rights allegations.

Video from the Portland Human Rights Commission November 2015 meeting is on youtube here:

Its also posted on Archive (dot) org here:

Video/Photos: Anti-War Veterans For Peace- Boston Veterans Day March

Boston, 12.11.2015 22:53

Boston, Mass.-Nov. 11, 2015: The Smedley Butler Brigade-Boston Veterans For Peace, was forced again this Veterans/Armistice Day to march behind the "official" pro-war parade.


Argentina, 12.11.2015 22:50

Resumen de Géneros

Campaña electoral

Argentina, 12.11.2015 22:50

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