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Ativistas se preparam para os Jogos Olímpicos de Inverno 2010 em Vancouver

Alexandre, 22.02.2010 22:24

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Do dia 12 até o dia 28 de Fevereiro, as cidades de Vancouver e Whistler serão as anfitriãs dos Jogos Olímpicos de Invernos 2010. No entanto, ativistas locais buscam se reunir para retirar o espetáculo do evento. Acontece que Vancouver se localiza na província de British Columbia, Canadá, terra tradicional de comunidades indígenas da etnia "Costa Salish". Este território nunca foi legalmente concedido para a colônia de British Columbia, e nenhum acordo oficial existe entre as comunidades nativas e o governo do Canadá. Isto não impediu o governo de permitir a construção de grandes instalações na região, como a própria cidade de Vancouver e seus mais de 1 milhão de habitantes, nem as enormes indústrias de extração mineral que as acompanham. Por esta razão, ativistas dos direitos indígenas estão pedindo "Não aos Jogos Olímpicos em Terra Roubada dos Nativos"

Não aos Jogos de Inverno em Vancouver 2010 em Terra Roubada dos Nativos | Olympic Resistance Network (ORN)

Coverage of Haiti Solidarity Efforts

08.02.2010 18:14

February 2, New York City: A delegation from the December 12th Movement and the Friday Haiti Relief Coalition departed from Kennedy Airport destined for Haiti on Monday morning. In the wake of the tremendous earthquake that shook the island nation, Black people throughout New York came together to begin their contribution to the relief process. More from NYC IMC: Pan African Unity Triumph! Black New Yorkers Deliver for Haiti

January 26, Houston: Sister Mawiyah was in Haiti when the earthquake hit on January 12. She has been doing missionary work there for the last 23 years and made it her home for the last five years. The name of her organization is Haitian American Ministries. Bro. Kofi had been notifying us that she was missing during the earthquake and was not responding. But around 2:00am on the morning of January 14, he received a text message from her that confirmed she was alive in the midst of thousands being found dead. I am still very traumatized from seeing that many dead bodies. Stories from Haiti.

January 23, Los Angeles: Despite the heavy rain, 24 people took part in an emergency vigil for Haiti at the Downtown Federal Building, Thursday eve, Jan 21. The vigil's purpose was asking people "to donate money to go to grassroots women and their families, and therefore communities, rather than to thieving elites and their corrupt NGOs." One very dedicated participant had been waiting for us since noon when the weekly vigil for Haiti usually takes place. Emergency Vigil in Support of Haiti

IMC-US Coverage Roundups: Feb8 | Jan25 | Jan15 | | Indybay Roundup | | Houston Roundup | | Ongoing coverage from Media Hacker

Support: Haiti Action Relief Fund | Partners in Health | Pastors for Peace | Grassroots International | NAMA

Escalating violence against anti-mining campaigners

17.01.2010 19:46

Escalating violence against anti-mining capmpaigners in Cabanas, El Salvador On 26th December, Dora Alicia Recinos Sorto became the third victim of a wave of violence against environmental campaigners in the Cabañas Region of El Salvador, where community members are protesting against the re-opening of a Gold Mine by Canadian Company Pacific Rim.

Dora Alicia was a member of the Cabañas Environmental Committee, and had been active in opposing the mine. She was eight months pregnant when she was shot dead, and her two year old son was also wounded in the attack.

Her murder comes six days after the fatal shooting of Ramiro Rivera Gomez, Vice President of the Cabañas Environmental Committee, who had survived being shot eight times in August this year. In June, another environmental campaigner, Gustavo Marcelo Rivera Moreno, had been tortured and killed. Many other members of the community have received death threats, including youth workers and journalists for the local community radio station Radio Victoria, and the local priest Father Luis Quintanilla narrowly escaped an attempted kidnapping.

In Mexico, Mariano Abarca Roblero campaigned against the environmentally destructive open-pit Barium mine Blackfire, a World Bank project. He was shot to death on the evening of November 27, 2009, in front of his house in Chicomuselo, Chiapas.

[ full report | Amnesty International Campaign | UpsideDown World 1, 2, 3 | cispes | Share - El Salvador | Waves of Change | Chiapas Anti-Mining Organiser Murdered | Germany Indymedia ]

Radio Ñomndaa festeja su V Aniversario: la Palabra del Agua fluye en la música, lazos solidarios y nuevas propuestas

Carolina S. Romero, 31.12.2009 23:14

El pasado 20 de diciembre, Radio Ñomndaa, la Palabra del Agua, cumplió cinco años de vida. Es la primera radio comunitaria en el estado de Guerrero y la única en el idioma Ñomndaa. Se escucha por miles de personas de las comunidades amuzgas, y para muchas de ellas, es la primera vez en su vida que han podido escuchar música y noticias en su propio idioma. Desde el principio, Radio Ñomndaa ha estado bajo ataque del gobierno federal, estatal y especialmente el gobierno municipal de una cacique poderosa. Estas agresiones incluyen golpizas, detenciones y el ingreso a las instalaciones de la policía militar de la Agencia Federal de Investigaciones (AFI). La variada programación está orientada hacia fortalecer la comunidad para impulsar la construcción de una nueva sociedad.

Major Hotel Strike is Imminent in Puerto Rico

20.12.2009 19:41

Hotel workers in Puerto Rico are prepared to strike at three hotels: the Conrad Condado Plaza Hilton Hotel, the Caribe Hilton Hotel, and the El San Juan Hilton Hotel & Casino.

Though negotiations between the workers and the Hilton Corporation are expected to continue, a strike is considered imminent. Major disruptions in most services would occur as the strike would involve more than 1,100 employees, including those in housekeeping, restaurants, kitchen, bars, room service, banquets, front desk, bell and door staff, swimming pool, telephone, maintenance, croupiers and slot cashiers. All the beaches of Puerto Rico are, by law, open to the public, and for the duration of the strike, the beaches adjacent to the hotels will be occupied by striking workers and hundreds of their friends and supporters.

Full Report from Newswire: Puerto Rico Hotel Strike | Huelga en Hoteles de Puerto Rico | puertoricohotelstrike.com

100,000 march for System Change not climate change in Copenhagen with mass arrests

13.12.2009 20:46

100,000 protest climate in Copenhagen Global UN Climate negotiations (COP15) are proceeding in Copenhagen with over 100 heads of state expected to attend in the next week. With 2009 the 5th hottest year on record, Scientists are saying a Climate Treaty is more urgent with Global carbon emissions still increasing and acidification threatening marine biodiversity.

There are major differences between the industrialised nations, the large developing nations of India and China, and the poorest and most vulnerable countries as typified by Tuvalu which proposed to fortify the Kyoto agreement, and Bolivia. Summary of Negotiations by Australian Greens Senator Christine Milne (video)

In Copenhagen 100,000 people marched, however after 3pm police charged into the march and made arbitrary mass arrests estimated to be about 1,000. Further protests are occurring the next week inside the conference center and on the streets, check Denmark Indymedia for details and reports.

Many thousands of people attended a global weekend of vigils organised by 350.org and other protests with Walk Against Warming In Australia attracting 90,000 people, with 40,000 attending a Melbourne rally. (Video)

Aggregation and Video: icop15 aggregation | cop15live video
Radio: Climate Radio | Radio Mundo | Radio Indymedia - Urban War in Copenhagen?, 9 hour detention for Japanese man for nothing
Background on Tuvalu: Climate Adaption Issues | Speech at Melbourne Climate Rally

Cop15 Climate Conference: System Change, Not Climate Change

IMC linksunten, 30.11.2009 22:53

COP15 Logo

The UN Cop15 Climate Conference is due to take place in Copenhagen from 7th-18th December. Billed as the last chance to save our future, is it any wonder that people are getting angry? Recently the 350.org campaign clearly represented people's desire to dramatically reduce emissions across the world, yet we've seen such mass displays of political expression before, such as the global anti-war demonstrations in 2003 which seemed to have little impact upon Governments. But it's not just about emissions. Those in the global south who have contributed least to the problem are now facing the effects. Increasingly climate campaigners are saying that we cannot trust the market with our future and that we must not rely upon 'false solutions'.


See coverage at: Indymedia DK | Climate IMC | Imcuk Cop15 Section | icop15

Indymedia.us e EFF lutam com sucesso contra intimação do FBI

Jão X, 02.04.2010 12:16

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A Indymedia.us está feliz em anunciar que tivemos êxito, após quase um ano de ação legal elaborada pela EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) em nosso nome, em defendermo-nos de uma falsa intimação emitida pelo FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation - Escritório Federal de Investigação) em conjunto com uma investigação de um grande júri. O pedido exigia que entregássemos todos os endereços IP das conexões para um dia do mês de junho de 2008 - não somente a Indymedia.us rejeita este pedido, excessivamente vasto e de uma ilegitimidade flagrante, mas também, em conformidade com as melhores práticas de Indymedia, não consideramos este tipo de registro uma prioridade para nós, a fim de preservarmos ao máximo a vida privada dos nossos utilizadores. Igualmente inquietante era o fato do administrador de sistemas da indymedia.us que recebeu a intimação ter recebido também uma “gag order” (determinação de silêncio), deixando-o impossibilitado de discutir a questão legal com uma rede mais ampla de entidades que também cooperam com o sítio da Indymedia.us. Estamos felizes que o EFF finalmente tenha podido demonstrar que esta ordem de silêncio é igualmente ilegítima - podemos apenas interrogarmo-nos quantos provedores de Internet silenciosamente capitularam perante pedidos tão amplos e ilegítimos como este.

Mais informação: From EFF's Secret Files: Anatomy of a Bogus Subpoena --- How the Government Secretly Demanded the IP Address of Every Visitor to Political News Site Indymedia.us | Interview with Indymedia sys admin Kristina Clair | Interview with EFF lawyer Kevin Bankston | Lista de incidentes anteriores de repressão legal aos centros da Indymedia | US-Behörde wollte illegal an Nutzerdaten von indymedia.us gelangen

G20 Finance Ministers fail to agree on Climate Change Finance Package

09.11.2009 10:30

Capitalism is Crisis - Nae Tae G20

G20 Finance ministers failed to reach agreement on the financing required for a global agreement to stave off catastrophic climate change, according to WWF Scotland. The Finance Ministers of the G20 countries were meeting in St Andrews, Scotland on 6-7 November.

Outside the G20 Finance Ministers meeting in St Andrews students and civil society gathered with an alternative summit on Saturday and Students Blockading the G20 meeting on the road to the Fairmont Hotel in an attempt to disrupt the G20 finance ministers as they arrived at their St Andrews hotel location. A rally occured in St Andrews to say 'Nae Tae G20.' on November 7. (Photos) The students were protesting against the G20's current policies regarding the economic recession.

Related: International investigation reveals multinational fossil fuel campaign to undermine Copenhagen
Indymedia Scotland | Nae Tae G20 in St Andrews | Climate IMC

Industrialised World Intransigence on CO2 emissions dooms Climate Negotiations

06.11.2009 07:11

Africa abandons Barcelona's pre COP15 climate talks - Anger in the streets at rich nations inaction. Copenhagen Climate Treaty appears doomed - delays likely. Delay is not an option, delay kills.

This week (Nov 2 - 6) the Barcelona International Climate Change Talks are happening, five days of formal negotiations, in the lead up to COP 15 in Copenhagen in December 2009. Already Barcelona has seen a Manifestation in Barcelona streets - "The climate is not for sale" (Youtube vid | report), Outdoor film screening in city streets of Age of Stupid, TckTckTck wake up call for climate talks, Greenpeace banner drop (Youtube), Anarchist night greeting, Africa boycott U.N. climate talks (Grist report), Evening Water Lobby group targeted, and the Main entrance shut down by activists.

Conservation organisations have warned that the Copenhagen climate treaty threatens to subsidise the destruction of the world's remaining rainforests instead of financing their protection. In Indonesia Greenpeace established a Climate Defenders Camp to preserve Rainforest peatlands (Youtube Video). On October 24, 2009 people in 181 countries came together through 350.org calling for carbon emissions to be capped at 350ppm. It was the most widespread day of environmental action in the planet's history, at over 5200 events around the world, many of them reported on the Indymedia Network. (Photos)

See also: Barcelona IMC | Indymedia Ireland | Climate IMC
Climate Code Red: the Case for a Sustainability Emergency | Carbon Equity

Opposition to EDL Rally in Leeds, UK

04.11.2009 17:34

On 31st October 2009 in City Square, Leeds, the English Defence League held a rally. The EDL is a nationalist, islamophobic organisation formed earlier this year and is widely viewed as racist.

A counter-demonstration was organised by Unite Against Fascism (UAF). Participants described it variously as being dull, jubilant and tightly controlled. Meanwhile, other anti-EDL groups attempted to confront EDL directly. Reports suggest that at least two large groups attempted to reach EDL to confront them at City Square, but were turned back towards the UAF rally by police (see time-line for first-hand accounts).

Reports from the area around City Square were that most of the EDL supporters didn't go into their pen. Some were held between police lines and others regrouped on Boar Lane, before being brought back to the railway station by the police. Another group of EDL marched around the Albion Street area and responded violently when challenged about their inflammatory chanting.

BusinessEurope conference disturbed by climate activists

04.11.2009 11:51

face à face

This morning (28th october) around 9:00am dozens of costumed activists have blocked all access to the Charlemagne Building in Brussels, next to the Commission’s HQ, where Business Europe, the EU lobby of bosses and industrialists, is supposed to hold their conference on Copenhagen and climate change and hear Barroso self-congratulate himself on green capitalism. Belgian activists retort: Our Climate Ain’t None of Your Business!

[press release(En/Fr) | report (fr) | fotos | 1 2 3 | Climate IMC report | Climate Justice Action]

Squatting ban in the Netherlands approaching

23.10.2009 17:42

For the last three years a ban on squatting has been in preparation in Dutch politics. A new act that is to ban squatting in the Netherlands has passed through parliament on October 15th. Squatting empty houses that have been empty for over a year is currently still legal in the Netherlands. The new act, an initiative by the Christian Democrats, the Christian Union and the conservative opposition party VVD, is to make squatting a felony punishable by at least one year and up to three years of prison when refusing to evict. Despite strong critique from the High Court, the union of city councils and even the Amsterdam police force, the christian/rightwing majority in The Hague is pushing this law through.

Venezuela: Demarcación sin territorio, criminalización y muerte a los luchadores indígenas

Cmi Venezuela Centro, 22.10.2009 15:48

Decía el Viejo Antonio que, la lucha es como un círculo.
Se puede empezar en cualquier en cualquier punto,
pero nunca termina.
Subcomandante Marcos.

El pasado 12 de octubre se consumó lo que, desde hace tiempo denunciamos como parte de la estrategia etnofágica y etnocida del actual Estado-gobierno venezolano: el cuerpo ministerial de Chávez vino a entregar supuestos títulos a tres comunidades indígenas yukpa en la Sierra de Perijá, pretendiendo con ello, dar por saldado el proceso de demarcación de los hábitats correspondientes a este pueblo. Llama la atención la no presencia del Presidente Chávez en un acto esperado en la Sierra desde el año 2002, fecha en la que según disposición constitucional el Estado ha debido culminar el proceso de demarcación de todos los espacios territoriales indígenas del país; en su defecto, un enorme piquete de soldados cubrió el espacio del evento, supuestamente, para brindar seguridad a los Ministros (Interior y Justicia; Ambiente; de Pueblos Indígenas; entre otros funcionarios presentes), y que al menor asomo de protesta de las comunidades no favorecidas se activó de inmediato para aplacar sus abiertos reclamos. Se trató, en fin, de la acción a través de la cual los yukpa debían obligadamente aceptar la entrega de NADA.

Puerto Rico: Paro Nacional del Pueblo

CMI-Puerto Rico, 17.10.2009 20:29

Toma del Expreso las Américas en San Juan

- CMI-Puerto Rico

Más de 150,000 personas marcharon el día del Paro Nacional contra las políticas neoliberales del gobierno de Luis Fortuño y los ricos. Hoy por hoy el país se prepara para organizar la Huelga General.

Como parte de las actividades programadas para el día del Paro Nacional del 15 de octubre, hubo dos grandes concentraciones: la de la coalición Todo Puerto Rico Por Puerto Rico comandada por el liderato de la Coalición Sindical compuesta de sucursales de uniones burocráticas estadounidenses, y la del Frente Amplio de Solidaridad y Lucha comandado por la UTIER. Pero en el Expreso Las Américas, en el área del elevado que pasa por encima de la Ave. Roosevelt, se dio una tercera concentración de manera improvisada.

Ver foto reportaje

Además- Del Paro Nacional a la Huelga General (Foto reportaje de las marchas y concentración)

Solidaridad en Nueva York- Foto reportaje y Comunicado | Video de manifestación

Videos- Marcha en la Milla de oro y concentración en la Ave. Roosevelt | Tensión en el Expreso Las Américas | Entrevistas en el Expreso bloqueado | FMPR dice Presente en el Paro Nacional

Costa Rica: Caminata Popular, Por la Dignidad del Sur

pequeñas hermanas, 09.10.2009 17:47

Manta en la marcha

El pasado 6 de Octubre, dos años después del Fraude que decidió la aprobación del Tratado de Libre Comercio con EEUU, se realizó una Caminata Popular por la Dignidad en la Zona Sur de Costa Rica. Más de 150 activistas marcharon desde la entrada del Territorio de Térraba,  hasta el centro del cantón de Buenos Aires. Paso a paso se fue recorriendo el camino de 13 kilómetros. Distintas comunidades en todo lo ancho, largo y profundo del sur enfrentan luchas contra la expansión piñera, la construcción del "P.H. Diquís", la construcción del aeropuerto internacional en el territorio de Finca 9, los planes de construir marinas e implantar granjas industriales de atún en el Golfo Dulce y a favor de la ley de la Autonomia Indígena.

South Africa's Shackdwellers Under Violent Attack

29.09.2009 21:01

DURBAN — On Saturday, September 26, about 40 heavily armed men ambushed a meeting of the Kennedy Road Development Committee of Abahlali baseMjondolo, South Africa's shack dwellers’ movement. The men were apparently shouting, “the AmaMpondo are taking over Kennedy. Kennedy is for the amaZulu!” The ensuing violence has resulted in between two and eight deaths, and hundreds of homes burned. As of Sunday night only leaders of Abahlali baseMjondolo have been jailed --- many of whom are members of the movement's security team and some of the youth who were not present at the time of the attack. Many have fled the settlement and people's homes are being destroyed, including the home of Abahlali President, S'bu Zikode.

It is clear that the attacks have been on political and ethnic grounds, and there is growing concern regarding the involvement of local authorities including the police, ANC, and ward council. The violence appears to be a planned attempt to break this peaceful and democratic movement. Please read and sign a petition demanding an end to the violence.

More Info: Sept29 Press Release from Durban Action Against Xenophobia | Sept28 Video & Story from Media Mobilizing Project | Sept 27 statement from Abahlali baseMjondolo | | | UPDATES: South Africa’s Poor Targeted by Evictions, Attacks in Advance of 2010 World Cup from Democracy Now! | Armed Guards and Checkpoints As Repression Continues in Durban South Africa from MMP

Massive popular resistance as Micheletti dictatorship revives 1980's death squad

13.08.2009 20:30

The Micheletti dictatorship in Honduras, which prominently includes 1980's death squad "Battalion 3-16" [1] [2] members Billy Joya [1] [2], Nelson Willy Mejía Mejía [1] [2] and Napoleón Nassar Herrera [1] [2], has suspended human rights since the 28 June 2009 coup d'etat, has "disappeared" at least three people, has extrajudicially executed nearly ten people, and has detained hundreds of people [1] (es) | [2] (en) (es) | [3] (en) (es). Despite this, unprecedented grassroots protests have culminated in the arrival on Tuesday 11 August 2009 in Tegucigalpa of over 70,000 (es) demonstrators and of thousands of others in San Pedro Sula, coordinating through the Front against the coup d'etat. The Front's 19th Communique states that unless the Micheletti regime resigns within the next few days and restores Zelaya to the presidency, then the Front will further extend massive civil disobedience actions (es) that have already paralysed the economy and will file for national and international criminal proceedings against those responsible for the extrajudicial executions and other human rights violations.

The mainstream Western media have with very few exceptions failed to report the participation of the Battalion 3-16 death squad in the Micheletti de facto government, they have not reported on "disappearances", they have severely underreported the number of extrajudicial executions, and they have almost entirely hidden the unresolved context of the 1980's death squads. The Zelaya government also contained death squad members (es), which CODEH and other Honduran local human rights organisations objected to. The Obama-Clinton-Lula so-called "Arias" plan has glaringly omitted any mention of whether or not it proposes to exclude death squad members from any "negotiated" coalition government.

PHOTOS: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
INDEPENDENT MEDIA: IMC Honduras | Front against the coup d'etat | Revistazo | Honduras Resists (en)+(es)
RADIO: Radio Liberada mirrors: [1] - [2] - [3] | Radio Es Lo Demenos | Association of Radios and Participating Programs of El Salvador
SUPPORT GROUPS: Quixote Center | SOA Watch | Via Campesina | Honduras Resists! (support group)
HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS SUMMARIES: COFADEH, 15 July (es) | FIDH and many others, 6 August, preliminary (en) (es) final | Quixote Center (en), 7 August (es)

Please smile, all is going ok!

11.07.2009 13:20

From July 6th L’aquila is hosting the most cynical G8 summit in the history.

Even if works at Maddalena (the first site) were already started, Berlusconi Government cleverly decided to exploit the “Earthquake emergency” situation, moving the whole G8 organization to an area close to L’Aquila, a town which was hurt by a strong earthquake on 6 April 2009. “Opportunities and advantages” of G8 are still unclear. Even the G8 organization has been highly criticized. But Berlusconi government does not care. And on the last day of the summit still release optimistic declaration, while all over the world there is an harsh critic. The government is trying to avoid any possible protest, putting forward the emergency state to keep the population quiet and stop any kind of demonstration. The only “Emergency state” in a town where the population still live in campsites, is due to the protest, and spending 500 millions euro stolen from L’Aquila reconstruction to rearrange the buildings of “Guardia di Finanza” (Finance Police) station which will host the meeting, is not a problem.

In spite of cynicism and government manipulations, this G8 has been marked by protests and initiative both in Aquila, where people is still protesting against the help given for the earthquake, and in the whole Italian territory.

Picture from L'Aquila - Corteo Last Ladies | Coverage from Italy IMC

Sintonize a Rádio Liberada desde algum lugar de Honduras, após o golpe de estado

João X, 05.07.2009 17:11

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Na madrugada do domingo 28 de junho, o presidente Hondurenho Manuel Zelaya foi sequestrado por militares e trasladado à força para Costa Rica.

Segundo os diários hondurenhos, o presidente do congresso, Roberto Micheletti, assumirá a presidência.

Antes disso, logo após o golpe de estado em Honduras, a Radio Liberada está transmitindo una crônica viva do que está se passando em Honduras, da oposição e as mobilizações das organizações populares e indígenas contra o golpe de estado, pela realização de uma nova assembleia constituinte, e escrevendo uma nova página do movimento de mídias independentes na América Central.

Escute a transmissão da Radio Liberada a partir de algum ponto de Honduras:

Pedimos aos coletivos de mídias independentes nacionais e internacionais que retransmitam ou copiem esta transmissão.

Cópias do site: 1 | 2 | 3

Cobertura pelo Centro de Mídias Independentes de Honduras/ Indymedia Honduras: http://honduras.mediosindependientes.org

Cobertura em Radio é o de menos: http://www.radioeslodemenos.org/

Minuto a minuto por Kaos na Rede: http://www.kaosenlared.net/noticia/secuestrado-presidente-honduras-militares

Cobertura e transmissão pela Asociación de Radios y Programas Participativos de El Salvador (ARPAS): http://www.arpas.org.sv/

Sabemos que estão sendo fechadas mídias independentes em Honduras. Esta manhã a Radio Progreso, uma das rádios comunitárias mais antigas do continente foi fechada pelos militares. Outras rádios comunitárias decidiram proteger seus equipamentos.

A energia elétrica, a telefonia e a Internet têm sido interrompidas pelos golpistas com objetivo de bloquear as comunicações e fazer um cerco informativo.

Nos preocupa a situação em que se mantêm as redes de rádios comunitárias do povo Lenca e do povo Garífuna, assim como as mídias livres: COMUN, Revistazo, el COFADEH e oresto dos coletivos do movimento de mídiaos independentes e comunitárias em Honduras.

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