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“Después de todo, ¿quién habla hoy de la aniquilación de los armenios?”

Argentina, 25.04.2015 22:52

Cien años después, lo que plantea el reconocimiento del genocidio armenio



DENUNCIA DE HIJOS LA PLATA

Argentina, 25.04.2015 22:52

Más genocidas mueren impunes en causas de Lesa Humanidad



DENUNCIA DE HIJOS LA PLATA

Argentina, 25.04.2015 22:52

Más genocidas mueren impunes en causas de Lesa Humanidad



“Después de todo, ¿quién habla hoy de la aniquilación de los armenios?”

Argentina, 25.04.2015 22:52

Cien años después, lo que plantea el reconocimiento del genocidio armenio



Board, staff, and internship opportunities with Portland Fruit Tree Project

Portland, 25.04.2015 22:51

An announcement by local non-profit, Portland Fruit Tree Project, about current opportunities (paid & volunteer).

Portland Fruit Tree Project has some exciting leadership opportunities to share! We're currently accepting applications for our Board of Directors, a part-time staff position as Community Involvement & Harvest Coordinator, and three exciting internships!

[...] Join PFTP's Board of Directors! Board Members play an important and rewarding role in PFTP's efforts to make healthy food available to all, strengthen communities, and ensure equity in access to our programs. In addition, the board openings present a valuable opportunity to build skills and experience in non-profit governance, strategic planning, fundraising, and organizational leadership.

Candidates with ties to business communities, philanthropic communities, low income communities, communities of color, and/or communities in outer East Portland are especially encouraged to apply.

The application deadline is Sunday May 3rd.
The full position description can be found here
homepage:  http://www.portlandfruit.org



The Portland Radicle is Looking for Contributors

Portland, 25.04.2015 22:51

The Portland Radicle is look for contributors.
The Portland Radicle* is looking for community members who would like to join other clever and talented ass-kickers in our project of collective liberation.

The Radicle is an anarchist print project that kicked off in 2012. We once had a good rhythm for solicitation and publication, as well as a robust editorial collective. At present, we're down to four people, and we've struggled to publish consistently. While the paper is in no danger of being discontinued, we believe that we would be stronger with more participation and more ideas. [...]


*"Radicle" means the embryonic root growth of a plant from a seed. It is from the Latin word "radix," meaning "root" or "origin". Radix is the word that "radical," one who seeks fundamental change, is also derived from.
If you are interested in applying your talents to destroy that which harms us and build a world which sustains us, we would love to have you. We will work with contributors at any level; no previous experience in media is necessary.

To learn more about our project, send an email to:  portlandradicle@riseup.net.



presentaron proyecto de ley

Argentina, 23.04.2015 22:51

1era Marcha de Mujeres Originarias por el Buen Vivir



Formosa Buenos Aires

Argentina, 23.04.2015 22:51



LA VIOLENCIA CONTRA LOS INDÍGENAS NO CESA

Argentina, 23.04.2015 22:51

Acampe Originario: denuncian ataque a la carpa y destrucción de la radio qom en Formosa



presentaron proyecto de ley

Argentina, 23.04.2015 22:51

1era Marcha de Mujeres Originarias por el Buen Vivir



U.S. and Mexican Workers Call for Boycott of Driscoll's Berries

Santa Cruz, CA, 23.04.2015 22:49

Suppliers of Driscoll's, which may be the U.S.'s most recognizable brand name on strawberry, raspberry, blueberry and blackberry cartons, are coming under fire for allegedly abusing workers, in the U.S. and Mexico. One Driscoll's grower has spent weeks embroiled in a major farmworker protest, while a nearly two-year boycott against another grower recently intensified. Workers in both disputes have called for a boycott against the company.



Agenda Mayo 2015

Argentina, 22.04.2015 22:52



CIUDAD DE SAN LORENZO: “HORRORES DE LA JUSTICIA”

Argentina, 22.04.2015 22:52

Ocho detenidos por la desaparición de Paula Perassi



ACTO CONTRA LA PERSECUCIÓN EN LA AUTOPARTISTA UBICADA EN PACHECO

Argentina, 22.04.2015 22:52

Metalsa: contra los despidos y por la democracia sindical



LA PATRONAL Y SMATA CONTRA LOS OBREROS

Argentina, 22.04.2015 22:52

Por el fin de la persecución sindical en Honda Motors



FUNDADOR DEL MOVIMIENTO DE LOS CHICOS DEL PUEBLO

Argentina, 22.04.2015 22:52

Falleció Alberto Morlachetti



ACTO CONTRA LA PERSECUCIÓN EN LA AUTOPARTISTA UBICADA EN PACHECO

Argentina, 22.04.2015 22:52

Metalsa: contra los despidos y por la democracia sindical



FUNDADOR DEL MOVIMIENTO DE LOS CHICOS DEL PUEBLO

Argentina, 22.04.2015 22:52

Falleció Alberto Morlachetti



CIUDAD DE SAN LORENZO: “HORRORES DE LA JUSTICIA”

Argentina, 22.04.2015 22:52

Ocho detenidos por la desaparición de Paula Perassi



LA PATRONAL Y SMATA CONTRA LOS OBREROS

Argentina, 22.04.2015 22:52

Por el fin de la persecución sindical en Honda Motors



A Growing Concern: No New Animal Labs

Portland, 19.04.2015 22:49

Recent Public Access program, "A Growing Concern," interviewing a member of the No New Animal Lab Campaign.

No New Animal Lab is a new pressure campaign to stop the University of Washington from building a proposed underground Animal Research and Care Facility, which would expand the number of animals that the UW can torture and kill by thousands. The No New Animal Lab campaign's primary target is Skanska, a multi-billion dollar international construction firm and the general contractor of the project.

A Growing Concern: No New Animal Labs

[...] Skanska is one of the biggest construction firms in the world; it operates internationally with billions in revenue from its projects. The construction budget for the lab is $90 million, which makes it a comparatively minor project. This is small change to them.

Skanska is also not new to controversy. They have a track record of terminating contracts and canceling projects when their image is on the line. Their long-term branding matters more to them than short-term small cash flows. They know that this lab does not fit their desired image. They even neglected to issue press releases about it, despite a tradition of boasting about their projects to the media.

The No New Animal Lab campaign revealed their dirty secret. Consistency will make them fold. It all hinges on our commitment to animal liberation. The lab will not be built if we sustain enough pressure. So what are you going to do\\\\\\\?

http://nonewanimallab.com



Western Pond Turtle Moves Toward Endangered Species Act Protection

Santa Cruz, CA, 19.04.2015 22:49

In response to a 2012 petition by the Center for Biological Diversity and several renowned scientists and herpetologists, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today that Endangered Species Act protection may be warranted for the western pond turtle. The agency will now conduct a one-year status review on the turtle, which faces declines of up to 99 percent in some areas.



Activists Say: Down with Steve Clark! Down with Slut Shaming!

Santa Cruz, CA, 19.04.2015 22:49

On April 13, a group gathered at the Santa Cruz County Courthouse in support of Alix Tichelman, the woman charged with killing a Google executive named Forrest Hayes in 2013. Dozens of pamphlets were handed out in front of the courthouse detailing the case against Alix. Her parents personally thanked the group for their presence.



Elkhorn Slough Threatened by Polluted Stormwater

Santa Cruz, CA, 19.04.2015 22:49

According to the environmental group EcoRights, polluted industrial drainage water is entering into Elkhorn Slough from the Pick-n-Pull auto-wrecking yard in Moss Landing. In response, the group has initiated a petition calling on the County of Monterey to require a Environmental Impacts analysis, and to require the business to relocate if it cannot operate without polluting the Slough and harming resident species.



Two Central Coast Cities Approve Purchase of Body Cameras for Police

Santa Cruz, CA, 19.04.2015 22:49

On April 14, the Salinas City Council voted to approve the purchase of enough body cameras to outfit every officer in the Salinas Police Department. On April 9, the Capitola City Council unanimously voted to approve a request from their police department to use $100,501.31 in Supplemental Law Enforcement State Funds (SLESF) to purchase a dual video system for police vehicles and body cameras.



Walk to Stop the Silence Draws Hundreds in Watsonville

Santa Cruz, CA, 19.04.2015 22:49

The annual Walk to Stop the Silence was launched nine years ago in order to break through the silence surrounding the issue of sexual abuse and provide a healing space for survivors. The event is always well-attended, but this year the crowd was noticeably packed with families and young people whose high energy led the walk with chants such as, "Walk to Stop the Silence!" and "Sí se puede!"



Activists Say Proposed Fence Would Not Deter Them from Assembling at Jail

Santa Cruz, CA, 19.04.2015 22:49

Sheriff Jim Hart is making an 'emergency requisition' in the amount of $47,925 to install a seven-foot tall, 364-foot long gated iron fence in order to close off the area of the Santa Cruz County Main Jail's parking lot that is most commonly used by community members for public assembly and political demonstrations. Hart has specifically stated that recent political demonstrations held at the jail are the reason for building the new fence. In response, activists are calling for the community to pack the Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, April 21 when the proposal will be voted on.




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