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Reparations, not reform! An appeal to the Occupy Wall Street movement

NYC, 10.10.2011 21:42

REPARATIONS FROM WALL STREET AND WHITE AMERICA FOR 500 YEARS OF COLONIALISM, SLAVERY, GENOCIDE AND IMPERIALISM!

An appeal to the Occupy Wall Street movement

Related:Beyond Wall Street: Build the movement for reparations! | Uhuru Solidarity organizers at Wall St. demo



[França] O drama da imigração: Refugiados árabes morrem em incêndio nas proximidades de Paris

CMI Brasil, 10.10.2011 17:13

Imigração na Europa



Labor Marches With Occupy Boston, Protest Federal Reserve

Boston, 10.10.2011 16:06

Several labor unions came downtown yesterday afternoon for a massive march in solidarity with Occupy Boston. VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P__Ca9enImM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SS_ZSpUH-Lw



Community Forces Board to Table Voting on Controversial School Board Resolution

Rochester, 10.10.2011 15:52

Indy TV Uncut Video of Board Meeting
On October 6, 2011, community members, parents, and activists gathered at the school board for a hastily called meeting where the board was to vote on a resolution giving them the option to spend up to $100,000 to recruit Ray & Associates Inc.—a corporate search firm with ties to the Eli Broad Foundation—for the purposes of finding another school superintendent.

The Community Education Task Force was out in force with Mary Adams, Howard Eagle, and Wallace Smith opening the meeting with critical thoughts about the calling of the meeting and the direction—hastily chosen—by the board to find a new superintendent.



NYC Labor Against the War 10.6 Occupy Wall Street Report: The Day After

NYC, 10.10.2011 11:18

“My name is X. I am Egyptian and American. What the Middle East has shown is that when people come together for one cause, they are able to have an impact and effect change. Part of the Arab revolution, with the youth, there was a great momentum of youth. I feel that has mobilized the world and brought globalization to a whole new world were ideals and values are starting to take over instead of corporations and other things. So, I feel that there is a transfer of energy, positive energy and I hope the momentum continues.“



Dr. Cornel West and Tavis Smiley Visit Occupy LA

LA, 10.10.2011 04:49

LOS ANGELES, October 8, 2011 - The Occupy LA site at Los Angeles City Hall was visited twice yesterday by Dr. Cornell West and PBS star Tavis Smiley. Friday was the seventh day of the occupation that sprung from the Occupy Wall Street actions in New York City.

West and Smiley inspired the rally and buoyed their hopes by articulating what they were seeing on their American Poverty Tour as well as their stops at other "Occupy " sites. West stressed that the people gathered at Los Angeles City Hall were of a highly diverse group which is contrary to the picture being painted by the mainstream and right wing press which is portraying the movement as fringe , confused and young. As this reporter looked around the crowd and the encampment, West's view was confirmed. There was consensus, diversity, sharing and intelligence.

From the Newswire: Smiley and West Buoy the 99 % at Occupy LA Rally by Robert Stuart Lowden



Cumbre educativa federal

Puerto Rico, 10.10.2011 04:25

Federación cataloga de fraude la cumbre educativa federal



Paro de maestros 17 de octubre

Puerto Rico, 10.10.2011 03:11

Maestros, madres y padres convocan a paro en el sistema educativo



Caravana por la Soberanía Alimentaria

Puerto Rico, 09.10.2011 23:04

Caravana por la Soberanía Alimentaria



Artículo sobre prisionero político cubano René González

Puerto Rico, 09.10.2011 23:04

El caso del prisionero político cubano René González Sehwerert



Movimiento &quot;Occupy&quot; en PR

Puerto Rico, 09.10.2011 23:04

Occupy PR: La indignación le abre paso a la organización



12 de octubre 2011

Puerto Rico, 09.10.2011 23:04

Resistencia poética ante fecha del descubrimiento



Huelga de la AMA

Puerto Rico, 09.10.2011 23:04

Trabajadores/as de la AMA abren camino a la lucha laboral



Comunicado EPB-Macheteros 23 sept 2011

Puerto Rico, 09.10.2011 22:30

Comunicado del Ejército Popular Boricua - Los Macheteros (23 sep 2011)



DE guarda desechos escolares

Puerto Rico, 09.10.2011 22:30

Departamento de Educación almacena expedientes y material escolar como desechos



JUJUY: PIDEN TÍTULOS DE PROPIEDAD COMUNITARIA AL GOBIERNO PROVINCIAL

Argentina, 09.10.2011 22:22

Comunidades kollas salen a la ruta en Humahuaca



Kolla y Aguas de Puma

Argentina, 09.10.2011 19:59



Pepper sprayed for peace

DC, 09.10.2011 17:00

warisacrime.org/pepper I've been coughing and vomiting, and my head aches from pepper spray. Air and Space museum shut down after drone protesters pepper sprayed Video 1 || Video 2 || Video 3 || Video 4



Jeff Halper Speaks on Israel Palestine: Where Are We Headed?

San Francisco Bay Area, 09.10.2011 16:15

On Friday, October 14th, Jeff Halper, director of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolition, will be speaking at UC Berkeley. Halper, who has been arrested many times for his nonviolent direct action against house demolition, is the author of three books and was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006.



XXVI ENM Bariloche

Argentina, 09.10.2011 16:11

Transmisión especial de la RNMA



panel feministas en resistencia

Argentina, 09.10.2011 16:11



PORTLAND MARCH TOMORROW w/ OCCUPY PORTLAND

Portland, 09.10.2011 08:48

Occupy Portland just announced that there will be a major march and demonstration in downtown tomorrow afternoon. Please pass distribute this widely There will be a march tomorrow to continue growing the Occupy Wall Street movement which represents the 99%. The goal is to cooperate with the Portland Marathon as they too are part of the 99%.

The final 2 miles of tomorrow's 26+ mile marathon race end by coming over the Broadway Bridge and then down along Naito Parkway ending at Chapman Square. Our goal is to capitalize on the crowds, the events, and the media. We want lots of Portlanders to turn out by joining us at the Memorial Coliseum to peacefully march with us from there back to Chapman Square. More details should be available on OccupyPortland.org.



Another - Portland Occupation

Portland, 09.10.2011 08:48

NEW HOMELESS CAMP - R2D2

Today, Saturday, the 8th of October, a new organization is taking physical form. The Right to Dream Too (R2D2) movement is a houseless camp being set up in the heart of downtown Portland next to the China Town's entrance.

The first task is constructing barrier walls around property that has been donated by two Portland landowners to this group. According to the group's spokesperson, Ibrahim Mubarak, "Right now we're on Fourth and NW Burnside, downtown Portland. We have acquired some land from some gracious landowners and we are building a fence so that people who normally would not get a good night's rest, or midday's rest, can come here and rest. And when I say people, I mean houseless people. The fence will keep people safe while they sleep."

Going on to explain the meaning behind the name of this new group, Ibrahim states, "This is called 'Right to Dream Too' because you know about the American Dream, when they tell you that you have to go to college, get married, have 2.5 children, buy a house with a wife, picket fence, and a dog. That's somebody else's dream. They're not allowing other people to dream, meaning that if you're not sleeping, you're not dreaming. So we're allowing people to rest so that they can dream, so we're calling this R2D2, Right to Dream Too, so that everybody will have a right to dream."

OFFICIAL CAMP OPENING ON NATIONAL HOMELESS DAY
R2D2 is currently completing its press release. The release and more information about this action can be found at the Right 2 Survive PDX website:  http://right2survive.wordpress.com/.



señalamientos

Colombia, 09.10.2011 07:11



La Plata

Argentina, 09.10.2011 04:41

Ex-trabajadores de YPF levantan corte



Occupy Santa Cruz Marches on Banks

Santa Cruz, CA, 09.10.2011 04:38

Approximately 150 supporters of Occupy Santa Cruz marched on banks the afternoon of October 7th. The march wound its way through the downtown, and stops were made at Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo. Protesters attempted to gain entry in order to close their bank accounts as a group, but even though it was normal business hours, all three of the establishments visited had locked their doors to prevent the group from entering.



Ex-trabajadores de YPF levantaron el corte

Argentina, 09.10.2011 04:07

"El corte no lo levantamos, lo levantaron"



Video: The march starts - Portland 10.6.11

Portland, 09.10.2011 02:18

Occupy Portland - Thousands walk past me ...and up to Broadway

A VIDEO from the march on Friday in Portland



Hella Occupy Oakland

San Francisco Bay Area, 09.10.2011 01:17

The Oakland General Assembly decided on October 4th that the people of Oakland will occupy Frank Ogawa Plaza at the corner of 14th & Broadway on Monday, October 10th starting at 4:00pm in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, the many occupations underway across the country, and Indigenous Resistance Day. Organizers say, "Come ready to spend the night or just swing by to say hello. Let's do this Oakland style!"



Boston telecom workers support Wall Street and Boston occupations

Boston, 08.10.2011 23:15

IBEW Local 2222 members voted at their monthly meeting on Oct. 5 to support the occupations opposed to corporate greed in New York and Boston's financial districts.



Photos From Yesterday's Occupy Boston March

Boston, 08.10.2011 23:15

An anti-war protest march left the Occupy Boston camp at Dewey Square yesterday at 5 PM, winding its way through rush hour traffic and passing through Faneuil Hall before setting up in front of the Federal Reserve building for a few minutes of harassing bankers. VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cwfkj7xbbVc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIzZC4JeIwk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftnKAT8UPW0



Elem Pomo Call for Protest in Emeryville on Indigenous People's Day

San Francisco Bay Area, 08.10.2011 22:45

At noon on Monday, October 10th-Indigenous People's Day-members of the Elem Pomo tribe will march to the offices of millionaire businessman John Nady in Emeryville to demand that he immediately halt his planned desecration of Rattlesnake Island. The Elem Pomo have invited supporters to join the protest and tell Nady that from the Bay Area to Lake County, people will stand up to oppose the desecration of sacred native sites.



Превентивно задержанного Игоря Трухановича обвиняют в мелком хулиганстве

Belarus, 08.10.2011 20:00

Один из превентивно задержанных сегодняшним утром, анархист Игорь Труханович, обвиняется в мелком хулиганстве и будет находится в неволе до суда, назначенного в понедельник. Суд будет проходить в здании Суда Минского района, по ул. Маяковского,119. Информация будет обновляться.



Un nuevo paso para el movimiento de mujeres

Argentina, 08.10.2011 19:44

Se inauguró el 26° Encuentro de Mujeres en Bariloche



Un nuevo paso para el movimiento de mujeres

Argentina, 08.10.2011 19:44

Se inauguró el 26° Encuentro de Mujeres en Bariloche



MENOS INGRESOS PARA EL ESTADO, DETERIORO EN LA INDUSTRIA Y EL EMPLEO

Argentina, 08.10.2011 19:44

¿Como puede impactar la crisis en nuestro país?



Refund California Action Results in 11 Arrests

LA, 08.10.2011 19:40

LOS ANGELES October 6 was the 6th day of The Occupy LA actions. The Refund California Campaign, MakeBanksPay and and the ACCE ( Alliance of Californians of Community Empowerment ) along with the SEIU union staged a protest and march in and thru the downtown Los Angeles financial district.The march went past Chase, HSV and eventually surrounded the Bank of America at Figueroa and Seventh Streets. 11 people were arrested for occupying the BofA branch.

Rose Gudiel, a La Puente homeowner was present at the protest along with her family. She had been arrested the day before for participating in a peaceful sit - in at the Fanny Mae office in Pasadena.
From the Newswire: Refund California Action Results in 11 Arrests, Set 1 & Set 2 by Robert Stuart Lowden



Превентивно задержанного Игоря Трухановича обвиняют в мелком хулиганстве

Belarus, 08.10.2011 19:21

Один из превентивно задержанных сегодняшним утром, анархист Игорь Труханович, обвиняется в мелком хулиганстве и будет находится в неволе до суда, назначенного в понедельник. Суд будет проходить в здании Суда Минского района, по ул. Маяковского,119. Информация будет обновляться.



MENOS INGRESOS PARA EL ESTADO E IMPACTO EN EL EMPLEO

Argentina, 08.10.2011 19:02

¿Como puede impactar la crisis en nuestro país?



Freedom Plaza occupiers take over K st, besiege US Chamber of Commerce

DC, 08.10.2011 18:29

On Oct 6, Stop the Machine occupied Freedom Plaza, with what some mainstream press outlets estimated as 500 people but looked a LOT larger, by my estimate over 1,000. In mid-afternoon, a large march left Freedom Plaza for the US Chamber of Commerce. Video of the Siege of the Chamber of Corporate Horrors and K st march Youtube, HD 1080p available



Oct 7 Actions from 2 Occupations

DC, 08.10.2011 18:29

Antiwar activists storm General Atomics, maker of Predator drones Tar Sands Protest outside the Ronald Reagan building Occupy DC, Stop the Machine march on IMF and World Bank



Задержания анархистов после Народного схода

Belarus, 08.10.2011 16:50

По предварительным данным, задержано около 10 участников анархистского блока.

Информация уточняется и обновляется на abc-belarus.org

Ребята, кто доберется до интернета и что-то знает, отписывайте!



Задержания анархистов после Народного схода

Belarus, 08.10.2011 12:45

По предварительным данным, задержано около 10 участников анархистского блока.

Информация уточняется и обновляется на abc-belarus.org

Ребята, кто доберется до интернета и что-то знает, отписывайте!



FUNAI está atrasando a entrega do laudo antropológico do Santuário dos Pajés à Justiça Federal

CMI Brasil, 08.10.2011 07:08

Resistência Indígena



Occupy LA: One Week Old and Going Strong

LA, 08.10.2011 06:50

LOS ANGELES, October 7, 2011 – OccupyLA Day Seven. The encampment at City Hall continues to grow. The camp now numbers close to 100 tents with at least two occupants per tent. Rain on Wednesday failed to discourage the occupiers, and the encampment is now larger and more organized than ever. Tomorrow the camp will have completed its first full week. It has been an action packed week and has drawn much media attention even competing with the Jackson murder trial just down the street.

Everyday there has been a march kicking off from the encampment to the financial district or a government building in the downtown area. Yesterday, Thursday, saw the occupiers teaming up with a group called Make Banks Pays for a march and a civil disobedience action at a Bank of America office. Ten arrests have been reported from Thursday’s action.

Today the camp was visited by Tavis Smiley and Dr. Cornell West who are in Los Angeles as part of their nationwide poverty tour. The camp has received support from the Los Angeles City Council in a resolution adopted on Tuesday. And unlike the police behavior in New York, San Francisco and other cities, the Los Angeles Police Department has to date been uncharacteristically restrained towards the protesters.

This weekend more actions are expected and occupiers say they are planning to stay indefinitely. Selected Reports from the Newswire: Occupy LA: One Week Old and Going Strong | Photos by Robert Stuart Lowden: Day One: Occupy Los Angeles Photo Set 1, Set 2, Set 3 | Day Two: Occupy Los Angeles Day 2 | Day Three: Occupy LA Day 3 UTLA Teach- In Photo Set 1, Set 2, Occupy LA Day 3 Evening Speeches |
PHOTOS: OCCUPY LA & DAY 2, Occupy Wall St LA
by Marcus

AUDIO: Indymedia on Air - Occupy LA Day 3 by LA-IMC | Occupy L.A. 4 Oct 2011 by Yvonne de la Vega; James Maverick

VIDEO: Occupy Los Angeles Day 2 Video by by Alex de Cordoba | Occupy LA - Day 2

Commentary: Brief Anaylsis Of LA and Seattle Occupations by Al | We Pay for Their Crisis by Holger Marcks



Portland: “The government does not represent the people”

Portland, 08.10.2011 05:35

In one of the largest protests in Portland in years, thousands of demonstrators converged on Water Front Park in sympathy with the Occupy Wall Street movement. In one of the largest protests in Portland in years, thousands of demonstrators converged on Water Front Park in sympathy with the Occupy Wall Street movement.

With estimates of participants ranging from 10,000 reported on The Oregonian to 5,000 by the Portland Police Department, demonstrators wound their way through downtown streets to Pioneer Square, which became so congested that about a thousand people were unable to enter the square. Though most protesters were youth, large numbers of families and older workers also attended, with many expressing the same sentiment that one worker told the WSWS: "This is long overdue."

The issues raised by the Wall Street protests pose the necessity of a struggle against the capitalist system. Above all, this requires a turn to the working class and the mobilization of its independent strength against the financial parasites who have looted the whole of society. It means building new organizations of struggle in the workplaces, neighborhoods and schools... The right to a livable income, high quality health care and education, decent and affordable housing and other social necessities must be guaranteed for all through a fundamental reorganization of society and redistribution of wealth.

homepage:  http://www.wsws.org



NUEVO ATAQUE A LA ORGANIZACIÓN SINDICAL DE BASE

Argentina, 08.10.2011 02:41

Patota agrede a nieta de delegado de la línea 60



NUEVO ATAQUE A LA ORGANIZACIÓN SINDICAL DE BASE

Argentina, 08.10.2011 02:06

Patota agrede a nieta de delegado de la línea 60



Bystanders Review the Occupations, and Bonus March Redux

DC, 07.10.2011 20:38

Sidewalk interviews mostly along K Street in Washington DC, with random bystanders mostly about about they think of this growing protest. Democracy Demonstrators at Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC. Video



Occupy Santa Cruz Going Strong: Notes from 2nd General Assembly

Santa Cruz, CA, 07.10.2011 20:25

Occupy Santa Cruz rounded out its first day on October 6th with a major decision by the group to change the location of the occupation to Mission Plaza. The occupation began with a long day of organizing. Late in the evening, a group of a dozen or more remained; people continued to discuss the movement, they cooked their meals, and some set up places to sleep in San Lorenzo Park.




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