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TRAS EL ACUERDO DEL CONSEJO DE EMPLEO, PRODUCTIVIDAD Y SALARIO

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34

Salario mínimo y fragmentación en el mundo del trabajo



TRAS EL ACUERDO DEL CONSEJO DE EMPLEO, PRODUCTIVIDAD Y SALARIO

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34

Salario mínimo y fragmentación en el mundo del trabajo



baner galle

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34

baner galle



Córdoba

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34



Leonard Peltier

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34



Juicio a Bayer

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34



La Primavera: detienen a dos policias

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34



Seminarios y talleres

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34



ACTIVIDADES EN CAPITAL FEDERAL Y TIGRE

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34

Seminarios y talleres de Derechos Indígenas en Buenos Aires



El PEA en Argentina con dudas

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34

Plan Estratégico Agroalimentario y Agroindustrial 2020



Transmisión en VIVO-Festival x la Libertad de LA GALLE

Argentina, 09.09.2011 19:34



cpc

Colombia, 09.09.2011 19:34



audiencia

Colombia, 09.09.2011 19:34



principe

Colombia, 09.09.2011 19:34



escuelacaf

Colombia, 09.09.2011 19:34



cafcali

Colombia, 09.09.2011 19:34



Continúa la audiencia contra el B2

Colombia, 09.09.2011 19:34

Continúa la audiencia contra el B2



encuentropaz

Colombia, 09.09.2011 19:34



antigona7

Colombia, 09.09.2011 19:34



encuentropaz

Colombia, 09.09.2011 19:34



Appeals Court unanimously affirms right to videotape police

Boston, 09.09.2011 19:30

Simon Glik broke no law when he used his cell phone to record police officers' use of force against another man on Boston Common.



Nazis all talk; Boston Antifa all action!

Boston, 09.09.2011 19:30

White Nationalist(fascist) group Northeast White Pride threatened to assault a meeting at Boston community space E5 on Tuesday Aug 30th. Antifascists showed up, Nazis did not.



Labor Day March in Cambridge

Boston, 09.09.2011 19:30

On Monday September 5th, 2011, local union members and their supporters celebrated the power of united workers on Labor Day with a march down Cambridge's busiest street. At 10am, demonstrators gathered outside Cambridge City Hall and by 11am were marching north on Massachusetts Ave 1,000 strong.



From The Trenches Radio for August: Sexism in &quot;The List&quot;, Grassroots Olympics victory, Illinois water and nukes

Chicago, 09.09.2011 19:30

The August 2011 episode of From The Trenches, the monthly radio program of Chicago Indymedia, featuring Haley Rea on organizing efforts against a sexist "list" at a Chicago-area high school, Tom Tresser on the grassroots victory over the Chicago establishment to block the Chicago 2016 Olympics, and Dave Kraft on the connections between Illinois' water supply and Illinois' nuclear energy industry. Plus headlines from the global Indymedia network.

Download August 2011 episode | Chicago Indymedia's radio page | CIMC / FTT Radio podcast feed | From The Trenches on iTunes



&quot;My Name Is Rachel Corrie&quot; Opens in LA

LA, 09.09.2011 19:29

For four nights in September, the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum presents the controversial one-woman play that has become a flashpoint for opposing viewpoints about Israel's presence in the Gaza strip. Susan Angelo directs Samara Frame in "My Name is Rachel Corrie,"composed from the journals, letters and emails of the 23-year-old American peace activist who died protesting the demolition of a Palestinian home in Gaza. Four performances take place on September 1, 8, 15, 22 at 8 pm in the S. Mark Taper Foundation Pavilion at Theatricum Botanicum. A moderated audience talk-back will follow each performance.

When the play premiered at the Royal Court in London, England in the spring of 2005, it played to sold-out houses and rave reviews. Despite this success, the New York Theatre Workshop put the planned U.S. premiere on hold in the face of public protests, including threats of violence. In the end, the play opened as a commercial production at the Minetta Lane Theatre in Greenwich Village in the fall of 2006, and has since seen productions throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Preview: "My Name Is Rachel Corrie" Opens in LA by Theatricum Botanicum



Announcing NYC Workshop on Organizing Journalism &amp; Civil Resistance

NYC, 09.09.2011 19:28

Applications for the October 21-23 New York workshop can be received by email from NYWorkshop2011@narconews.com and are due by 11:59 p.m. ET on Wednesday, September 21, 2011.



Building Bridges Radio: Newark Jobs Protest; AFL-CIO's Trumka vs Obama on Jobs

NYC, 09.09.2011 19:28

Building Bridges Radio: Your Community and Labor Report -- National Edition. Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

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Newark Activists In Fifty-Fourth Day Of Protest; Calling on U.S. Government To Institute Jobs Program with Larry Hamm, Chairman, People's Organization for Progress, Newark, N.J.

The U.S. economy is struggling, but in many black communities Americans are in the throes of a depression. With unemployment exacting an outsize toll on African-American men and women, a coalition of community groups sees it as a crucial civil rights issue emerging from the country’s economic woe. "We are more than a half-century away from the Montgomery bus boycott, but we are dealing with issues just as pressing," said Larry Hamm, chairman of the People’s Organization for Progress.



Sudanese Women Farmers Point the Way toward Food Security Worldwide

NYC, 09.09.2011 19:28

It’s hard to imagine any bright spots in the midst of the famine that has gripped the Horn of Africa this summer. Millions of people—mostly children and their mothers—hover on the brink of starvation as they search desperately for food and water. But the bright spots are there, in the compassion and solidarity that people extend to one another during crisis.



Solidarity Action: Protect the Planet

Portland, 09.09.2011 19:28

The Alberta Tar Sands Project has devastated a vast swath of North America, and its proposed extension, the Keystone XL Pipeline, would further crisscross the entire continent, transporting oil to refineries in Texas to then be Canadian tar oil project distributed beyond.

An environmental nightmare that has permanently destroyed an expanse of Canada's boreal forests the size of England, the Alberta Tar Sands project is a staggering expression of the industrial growth consciousness that values profit over life itself. The Keystone XL pipeline would exponentially compound this destruction and greatly hasten the rate of climate change.

Please take action on Thursday Sept. 1 in Portland, in solidarity with Tar Sands Activists from across the country.

TAR SANDS ACTION: Thurs. Sept. 1 in Portland
Hawthorne Bridge 7:30-9:00 am (westbound)
and 4-6 pm (eastbound)

livingearthgatherings.org



Civil Liberties Defense Center's Local Harvest Feast Sept. 1

Portland, 09.09.2011 19:28

CLDC's 2nd Annual Local Harvest Feast and auction at Mt. Pisgah Arboretum near Eugene

Mt. Pisgah Arboretum 5:30-9:30 pm on September 1, 2011.

Join us for a locally grown, yummy, four-course dinner prepared by C. Ashley Hawkins including music, socializing, appetizers, luscious drinks, followed by dinner, more music and a silent and live auction.

Featured Speaker: George A. Kimbrell, Senior Attorney, Center for Food Safety; Music by Sol de los Andes

All proceeds go to benefit the work of CLDC!

RSVP @ 541-687-9180 or www.cldc.org



Brain Willson Blood On the Tracks

Portland, 09.09.2011 19:28

BMedia is close to finishing our 4th Variety Show and would like to release this short piece that will be in the next episode as a kind of "sneak preview".

Anti-war vet Brian Willson introduces his new book "Blood On the Tracks", a memoir of his fascinating life so far. Brian talks about his experiences in Vietnam, solidarity with the Central American revolutions in the 80s, and the meaning behind the title of his book. For info on the book tour visit www.bloodonthetracks.info.

Watch the video here.

bmediacollective.org



Animal Liberation Front (A.L.F.) Liberates Elk from Oregon Farm

Portland, 09.09.2011 19:28

On the night of August 29th, the Animal Liberation Front raided the Damascus Elk Farm (23255 SE Highway 212) in Clackamas, Oregon. Fencing was stripped away, giving the animals a chance at escape. According the the communique received by the Animal Liberation Press Office, the ALF were forced to make a premature departure in the middle of the raid due to a "disturbance".

This is the second deer farm raid in Oregon in the past year, and the third ever in the U.S. The previous raid took place in October 2010 at a deer farm in Molalla, Oregon. That action followed the same model: fencing was stripped away from pens, allowing the animals to escape into the surrounding countryside.

 http://www.voiceofthevoiceless.org

The full communique reads:



Portland Rising Tide's Burnside Bridge Banner Hang in Solidarity with Tar Sands Actions!

Portland, 09.09.2011 19:28

Portland Rising Tide dropped an anti-tar sands banner today from the Burnside Bridge. The group is acting in solidarity with communities, organizations and individuals resisting tar sands development across North America. Rising Tide's action comes on the heels of the 2-week Tar Sands Action campaign in Washington DC. 1,253 American's were arrested in an act of civil disobedience at the White House to send a message to President Obama, asking him to stand up to Big Oil and deny the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline permits.

The Keystone XL pipeline is required for Big Oil to profit off of the social and environmental disaster that is the Alberta tar sands. Current tar sands mining has brought increased cancer rates, polluted water, and mass die-offs of birds and fish in the largely First Nation communities of northern Alberta.

Tar Sands Action organizers have put a call out for activists to hold the date October 7th for further action. This is the final Congressional hearing on the Keystone XL pipeline. Regionally, people are encouraged to visit their local Obama 2012 headquarters and inform staffers that you will withhold your support in the upcoming presidential elections until the pipeline is stopped.

For more information:
www.tarsandsaction.com
www.risingtidenorthamerica.org
www.facebook.com/PortlandRisingTide
homepage:  http://www.risingtidenorthamerica.org



September Bark-About: Proposed Timberline Bike Skills Park

Portland, 09.09.2011 19:28

Join us this month for a hike near Timberline Lodge to discuss Bark's concerns with the proposed mountain bike trail and skills park. We will hike part of a proposed trail, discuss the process of building, maintaining, and regulating trails, as well as the impacts on this fragile alpine area. Perhaps we'll enjoy a treat at the lodge too!

Sunday, September 11th, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Carpools meet at the Hollywood Trader Joe's, 4121 NE Halsey in Portland at 9am sharp. It is across the street from the Hollywood Transit Center, near the I-84 exit 2. If you are able to drive, we greatly appreciate your contribution to helping make a successful hike. If you are looking for a ride, please come prepared to reimburse your driver.



Man Violently Jumped by Undercover Portland Police for Unknown Crime

Portland, 09.09.2011 19:28

Today I witnessed a man jumped by undercover Portland Police for an unknown crime in Downtown. Besides the fact I was not able to obtain information about why they were arresting him, the methodology of the act was disturbingly violent. They inflicted head trauma to the man being arrested, when it didn't appear to the observer such force was necessary or warranted...

He was bleeding what looked like a minor to medium head injury. His right arm was skinned where it scraped the pavement. The officer holding him nudged the man and said, "He's fine. Tell him you're fine." The handcuffed man assented and said, "Yeah I'm fine" although he looked anything but. I held this officer's gaze for a moment not saying anything but obviously incredulous at this.



Washington State Longshoremen show us how to get it done; dump scab grain and stop trains!

Portland, 09.09.2011 19:28

Washington State Longshore Workers Dump Scab Grain to Protect Jobs
Before dawn today, 500 people broke down terminal gates, prevented security guards from interfering, and cut the train's brake lines.

What an inspiring action! Beats the hell out of waiting for Obama to come save us!

 http://labornotes.org/2011/09/longshore-workers-dump-scab-grain-protect-jobs



March to Santa Cruz City Council Meeting to Save the Knoll

Santa Cruz, CA, 09.09.2011 19:28

It has been over a month since KB Home contractors unearthed the skeletal remains of a young Ohlone child at the Branciforte Creek construction site in Santa Cruz. On August 25th, 75 people marched in downtown Santa Cruz to the City Council meeting in an action organized by the Save the Knoll Coalition. One person maintained an indigenous chant throughout the march, many people carried signs and banners, and several distributed educational flyers.



backstage saga

Oost-Vlaanderen, 09.09.2011 19:16

actie tegen leegstand



Deadly Irene Politics: Climate Change and Prisoners Abandoned to Die

United States, 09.09.2011 19:14

Bloomberg has left the prisoners behind to die at New York’s Rikers Island. Obama has left the people of the world to suffer climate change. We must fight!

Related: Mayor Says F*ck You to Prisoners and their Familes:"We're not evacuating Rikers" | Locked Up & Left Behind: New York's Prisoners and Hurricane Irene | Take Action for Rikers’ Island Prisoners! Demand the City Create an Emergency Evacuation Plan



10 Years of Indypendent Media: An Oral History of the Public i

United States, 09.09.2011 19:14

The Public i commemorates ten years of publication by interviewing some of those who have worked on the newspaper along the way.

Except from interview with Darrin Drda: "Although I am now separated from the Public i by distance as well as time, it inspires me to know that it lives on, providing a desperately needed counterpoint to the corporate sound bite and the official government line. I trust that for many residents of the greater Chambana area, it also provides a monthly confirmation that the entire world hasn’t gone completely insane. I like to think that Indymedia has even succeeded in keeping mainstream media more accountable, and perhaps even helped inspire the inclusion of left-leaning voices like those of John Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and Keith Olbermann into the otherwise conservative mix. In fact, the popularity of these pundits and of news outlets like Democracy Now! and Al Jazeera, as well as recent political developments in North Africa and the near East, provide some basis for hope that the world might actually be moving towards greater sanity, however slowly or falteringly. My sense is that Indymedia will play an increasingly important role in the years to come, and I celebrate its growth and flowering. Viva la revoluçion!"

You can pick up copies of the August issue locally or read it online at our new web site here.



TCBH! Staff Tell the Philadelphia Inquirer to Start Acting Like a Real Newspaper

United States, 09.09.2011 19:14

Early in the morning on Wednesday, August 24, journalists from ThisCantBeHappening! took on the Philadelphia Inquirer, conducting a leafletting “happening” in front of the paper’s soon-to-be-sold headquarters building on Broad Street. The "Inky", as it is known locally, is the nation's third-oldest surviving daily.

A one-page flyer, written in Old English and featuring a replica of the masthead of Benjamin Franklin’s original one-page broadsheet, the Pennsylvania Gazette, accused the oft re-sold and steadily downsized and gutted Inquirer of abandoning its Fourth Estate role in favor of entertainment and profits. Inquirer editors, reporters and other workers entering and leaving the building for the most part willingly accepted the fliers, sometimes reading them on the spot, and sometimes carrying them off to read later. [...] One man, asked if he was an Inquirer worker, laughed wryly, saying, “I am until November 18.” Read More | thiscantbehappening.net



City Life/Vida Urbana Protests Fannie Mae

United States, 09.09.2011 19:14

City Life/Vida Urbana, a Boston-based housing rights organization, [yesterday] held a protest in front of the downtown offices of Fannie Mae. About 60 protesters marched, chanted and held signs for over an hour. Several protesters entered the lobby in an attempt to confront Fannie Mae executives, but were turned away by security guards. Video links: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4



VICTORY: the right to videotape officials is upheld

United States, 09.09.2011 19:14

Court Denies Police Immunity in Video Arrest

From Waves of Change: Declaring a First Amendment right to videotape police making an arrest in public, the federal First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston has denied a police claim of immunity and allowed a civil rights suit against three Boston police officers to go forward. The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in Boston on behalf of Simon Glik, a Boston attorney who was arrested on the evening of October 1, 2007 for using his cellphone to record police officers making an arrest on the Boston Common. Read More by Jack Kenny | Photo from www.lawyersandsettlements.com

More Coverage: Appeals Court unanimously affirms right to videotape police by videopeace | A Victory for Recording in Public by Jeffrey P. Hermes | ‪The Courage to Get Involved‬ by aclu.org

Related: Even a top cop concedes a right to video arrests - but the street tells a different story by Jan Ransom



Mt. Ashland Ski Expansion Moves Forward

United States, 09.09.2011 19:14

On Friday, September 1st the Regional Forest Service in Southern Oregon (with the support of the District office) gave the approval for Mount Ashland Association to go ahead with ski expansion plans on Mt. Ashland. Now we are within at 15 day comment period where those who are opposed to the expansion can challenge this decision. The forest service next step is to go the US District Court in Medford to get the injunction lifted so that MAA can go forwarded with construction and logging. MAA has said it could begin logging as early as mid September.

Mount Ashland Association is also in the process of making a decision whether they will accept the conditions to take the special use permit that the City of Ashland currently holds. If they do accept the conditions the city council will give them the special use permit and MAA will have to provide proof that they have the $700,000 for restoration of the headwaters in the expansion if anything goes wrong. They would also have to have raised approximately 3 million dollars for the first part of the expansion before proceeding forward. If MAA decides to not accept the special use permit with the conditions then the city will continue to hold it and MAA can go ahead with the expansion without those requirements.

Rogue Valley Sierra Club is going to challenge the Forest Service decision. If the court in Medford decides to lift the injunction to allow for construction to move forward the Sierra Club does have plans to challenge this in the Federal 9th Circuit Court. Rogue Valley Sierra Club, Center for Biological Diversity and Oregon Wild also have plans to present a new lawsuit.



Verão de distúrbios: um relato resumido do Indymedia-UK sobre os 'motins'

CMI Brasil, 09.09.2011 19:07

REINO UNIDO



Resistência NO-TAV no Vale de Susa (Itália)

CMI Brasil, 09.09.2011 19:07



(SP) Acampamento em Americana sofre nova ameaça de despejo

CMI Brasil, 09.09.2011 19:07

Justiça Social e Soberania Popular!



Não se mede trauma como se conta moedas: professor da UFPE indiciado por ESTUPRO pode ter crime atenuado!

CMI Brasil, 09.09.2011 19:07



[CE] Greve da educação estadual coloca seis mil nas ruas

CMI Brasil, 09.09.2011 19:07



PAREM O MASSACRE! Polícia cerca e pistoleiros atacam Guaranis-Kaiowá no Mato Grosso do Sul

CMI Brasil, 09.09.2011 19:07

Luta Indígena




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