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May Day: The Fight for $15 Comes to Oakland

San Francisco Bay Area, 02.05.2013 19:57

On May Day 2013, the fight for a $15 'Livable Wage' is coming to Oakland. A rally at Oscar Grant Plaza will be followed by a noise demonstration through the streets of Oakland at 5pm to raise awareness. Organizers hope to enable the struggle of low-wage workers to challenge their bosses for a livable wage. The City of Oakland's minimum wage is just $8.00/hr. The noise demo will focus on companies like McDonalds, Walgreens, Rite-Aid, Taco Bell and a host of other chains in the downtown area. The noise march in Oakland follows a Sin Fronteras march from Fruitvale BART station earlier in the day. Immigrant rights and labor actions will be taking place in many Bay Area and Northern California cities on May Day including San Francisco, San Jose, Salinas, Watsonville, and Santa Cruz. On May 3, protest continue at La Playa Carmel.

Sea Shepherd comes to the rescue

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

Sea shepherd has started a coalition with Portland based ARA groups today [3/15] was the start of the "Compassion on the Columbia campaign" to save sea lions on the Columbia River.

Sea Shepherd has formed a coalition with "sea lion defense brigade" and IDA. Thankfully Sea Shepherd has arrived from out of town to provide some much needed leadership for the sea lion defenders. Since Matt Rossell has left his job at IDA and moved away there has been a minor and unorganized campaign to save the Columbia River sea lions. Both the SLDB and IDA have been nearly silent since Matt left. Now Sea Shepherd is here and they have a track record of results.

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The Shortwave Report 03/22/13 Listen Globally

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57


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.

The latest Shortwave Report (March 22) is up at the website in 3 forms- (new) HIGHEST QUALITY (128kb)(27MB), broadcast quality (16MB), and quickdownload or streaming form (6MB) (28:59) Links at page bottom (If you have access to Audioport there is a highest quality version posted up there {35MB} )

This week's show features stories from NHK World Radio Japan, China Radio International, the Voice of Russia, Radio Deutsche-Welle, and Spanish National Radio.
From JAPAN- There was a 29 hour power outage at the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant, preventing the cooling of melted down fuel rods. Two-thirds of people who filed compensation claims relating to the Fukushima disaster have never received any financial assistance. France is planning to restart shipments of spent plutonium to Japan.
From CHINA- Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirate is investing large in solar power and for good reasons. On Tuesday, Syria's opposition coalition has elected Syrian born Ghassan Hitto, as an interim Prime Minister- he is a naturalized American citizen and IT executive living in Dallas Texas. On the same day Syria claims rebels fired a chemical weapon on northern Aleppo.
From RUSSIA- Russia hopes the the investigation of the chemical weapon in Syria will be made by an independent team. More on the controversy of the rebels later claiming that the chemical weapon was fired by government forces. In Afghanistan opium and heroin production has increased for the third consecutive year according to the UN.
From SPAIN- In Guatemala the trial began for former dictator Rios Montt, charged with crimes against humanity in his own country. Lawmakers in Cyprus overwhelmingly rejected an EU/IMF demand that a one time 10 percent tax be levied against all bank savings accounts in their country. The European Court of Justice ruled that Spanish mortgages violate consumer rights, and the Spanish government is changing the rules on foreclosure and interest rates. Meanwhile unemployment continues to rise as does the gap between the wealthy and the poor.
From GERMANY- A later update on the situation in Cyprus, where the banks will remain closed until next Tuesday. As the economy in Europe gets worse, the Red Cross reports that the amount of food assistance has risen to the highest levels since 1945. Final approval has been given to limit bonuses given to bankers in Europe.

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Oregon residents Sound the Alarm on coal dust, coal export and climate change

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

Columbia Riverkeeper reported on their facebook page that 425 people attended the midweek rally in Salem to stop coal export. See pictures of the rally on Demotix. You can read more about the fight to stop coal export from the Pacific Northwest at Power Past Coal.

The fight against coal export is an international one. Newcastle residents in New South Wales, Australia are fighting against the T4 coal loader being built to expand coal export from the world's biggest coal port. It is the same fight to stop King Coal in Australia and in the United States. One of the three companies keen to export coal from the Powder River basin is Ambre Energy, a Queensland based company.

This youtube video by Greenpeace USA explains the issue of coal export from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming and Montana through the Pacific Northwest and the impacts this will have: Get the Coal Energy Facts: Help Us Stop Coal Exports.

One of the speakers at the Salem rally was Dr Patrick O'Herron, Trauma and acute care surgeon, Salem Oregon, who attended the rally with several medical colleagues representing over 600 health care representatives in the Pacific north-west sounding the alarm on coal exports.

His speech, which I have transcribed. Watch the video on youtube: Sound The Alarm Rally Doctor on Coal: It Will Make You SICK!:

Debate on the Fluoridation of Portland’s Drinking Water (Measure 26-151)

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

The Multnomah County Democrats will sponsor a Debate on the Fluoridation of Portland's Drinking Water (Measure 26-151) on Wednesday, April 10 from 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. at the Matt Dishman Community Center, 77 NE Knott Street in Portland. Doors open at 7:00.

Healthy Kids, Healthy Portland will present the pro side. Clean Water Portland will present the con side. Prepared questions from the Multnomah County Democrats and written questions from the audience will be asked by the moderator. There will not be open mic questions from the audience.

No signs will be allowed into the debate room; buttons, t-shirts and stickers are fine. Representatives from both sides will have tables outside the debate room with literature and materials.

Parking is limited, so please carpool, bike, or take public transportation if you can. The Matt Dishman Community Center can be reached via Bus #4/Fessenden, Bus #24/Fremont, Bus #6/MLKing Blvd, and Bus #44/Mocks Crest.

This event will be videotaped and your attendance implies consent to be filmed.

Olympia Anarchist Convergence April 20/21st

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

Lectures, books, and conversation.

Saturday [4.20](Workshops):

Sunday [4.21](Workshops):


Opposition Grows Fierce to Austerity Cuts in Portland

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

On April 11 over 400 people packed the third public Portland Budget Hearing, which was organized by the City of Portland and which left many spilling out beyond the room where the hearing took place. More importantly, for the City Council there was an unexpected critical outpouring from the vast majority who attended. For the first time, the City Council and Mayor Charlie Hales began to lose control over their attempts to sell austerity.
This was in sharp contrast to business as usual. Portland budget hearings are generally tightly controlled, polite affairs. What are the reasons for this movement towards a more charged polarized event? [...]

Those attending the public hearing on April 11 included representatives from the Metropolitan Youth Commission, Laborers International Local 483, Portland Community College, Portland Safety Net, SUN Schools, Eastside Action Plan, Elders in Action, AFSCME Local 189, and numerous others. They came with prepared testimonial statements, t-shirts and signs defending the programs they need.

Also attending were members of Jobs with Justice, the People's Budget Project, and the Solidarity Against Austerity Committee (SAAC). These groups saw the hearing as an opportunity to begin building unity among Portland's working class communities to oppose all cuts.

Pulling this off required that attendees knew the moment they walked in that the hearing was not going to be business as usual, and that a collective approach towards defending all the programs facing cuts was to be encouraged. A colorful banner over the doors to the hearing room read, "Communities United To Stop Cuts!" [..]

MAY DAY 2013 - Portland Oregon

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

May Day!!

No Human Being Is Illegal!! People Over Profit!!
International Workers Day!! - May 01, 2013
2:00 PM Gather || 3:00 PM Rally || 4:00 PM March
O'Bryant Square - SW Washington Street, Portland Oregon
2013 Theme: "May Day - International Day for Working Families; People Over Profit!"

2:00 PM Gather || 3:00 PM Rally || 4:00 PM March

The annual May Day march and rally in Portland has a long tradition of being an inspiring celebration of international worker's day.

Now, we find ourselves facing unprecedented cuts to public services, increasing poverty, homelessness, and ongoing attacks against people of color, immigrants, women, and working families and our right to organize. Our response to this onslaught against humanity is to organize and fight back!

This year's May Day promises to be an exciting call to action. Our theme is: "May Day - International Day for Working Families; People Over Profit!" Our goal is: "Encourage Everyone to Join an Organization Working for Justice!!"

Know Your Rights Workshop: April 27

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

Know Your Rights Workshop
April 27, noon-2pm
6401 SE Foster

Sponsored by the Committee Against Political Repression and the Portland Central American Solidarity Committee.

What to do if the cops of ICE try to talk to you -- at home, in the street, or while driving.

Presentation in English and Spanish.

Conozca a su Taller de Derechos
27 de abril de mediodía a 14:00
6401 SE Foster

Auspiciado por el Comité Contra la Represión Política y el Comité Centroamericano de Solidaridad Portland.

¿Qué hacer si la policía de ICE intentan hablar con usted - en casa, en la calle, o mientras se conduce.

Video: Save Salem Mail Protest - 5 Citizens Arrested 4.17.13

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

With the Salem Mail processing plant slated to close a protest ensured out front with speeches and chants and then the group of around 50 weaved its way to the public loading dock. This video is from that protest.

Five people were arrested for going inside with 2 banners, one banner read: Save Salem Mail. [42 minute video]

The announcement "before" the event is posted below:
Information about the event that was posted AFTER the event --> is below the double lines
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"Occupation" of Salem mail facility

What: Rally, March and Civil Disobedience
When: Wednesday, April 17th, Noon - 1pm
Where: Salem Main Post Office, 1050 25th St. SE (n. of Mission)

The Shortwave Report 04/26/13 Listen Globally

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

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. Radio Deutsche-Welle, NHK World Radio Japan, the Voice of Russia, Radio Havana Cuba, and Spanish National Radio.

Dear Radio Friend,
The latest Shortwave Report (April 26) is up at the website in 3 forms- (new) HIGHEST QUALITY (128kb)(27MB), broadcast quality (16MB), and quickdownload or streaming form (6MB) (28:59) Links at page bottom
(If you have access to Audioport there is a highest quality version posted up there {35MB}

Previous Shortwave Reports posted on PIMC for April:

Palestine, Imperialism and the New Middle East-The Arab Spring Two Years On

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

Schedule of Events for this weekend's conference at PSU in Smith Memorial Student Union [4/27/13 - 4/28/13]

[Where]Portland State University, Portland, Oregon

Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights invites you to attend the conference

The Arab Revolutions of 2011 rocked world politics. Starting in Tunisia and Egypt and spreading to Libya, Bahrain, Yemen, and Syria, millions of ordinary people took to the streets, occupied their workplaces, and challenged dictatorial regimes that had ruled for decades. The revolutions have also reshaped the geopolitics of the region forcing the US to adjust its strategy in an effort to maintain its hold, setting regional powers jostling for stronger positions in the emerging order, and putting Israel on edge as the democratic aspirations of the masses highlighted their solidarity with the Palestinian struggle.

Two years later, the heady optimism of the initial months of the uprisings has given way to a drawn out process of social upheaval. In Tunisia and Egypt, dictators Ben Ali and Mubarak were overthrown, but their replacements have failed to deliver on the masses' expectations. The uprisings in Libya, Bahrain, and Yemen, were alternately repressed and co-opted by the Gulf States and the West, while the militarization of the uprising in Syria has put a question mark over the outcome of its revolution. In Palestine the siege on Gaza continues while the settlements continue to expand in the West Bank.


Video Premier Free Showing 5.1.13: Project Viewfinder - homeless young adults sharing

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

(PORTLAND, OR) - THE NORTHWEST FILM CENTER proudly presents the premiere screening of PROJECT VIEWFINDER, the culminating work of a four-month mentorship program for homeless young adults. The film will be screened on Wednesday, May 1 at 6pm in the Northwest Film Center's Whitsell Auditorium inside the Portland Art Museum. Admission is free to the public.

The Northwest Film Center announces:
The Free Premiere Screening of "Project Viewfinder"
May 1, 2013 @ 6PM - In the Whitsell Auditorium, located in the Portland Art Museum.

May Day Evening - come see these videos after the march -

PROJECT VIEWFINDER began in January 2013 after the Film Center sought out young adults transitioning from homelessness to self-sufficiency that were interested in learning media production techniques. Working three days per week and led by School of Film lead faculty member Bushra Azzouz and supporting filmmakers, the project empowers participants to tell their stories using the medium of film. PROJECT VIEWFINDER is endeavoring to engage the Film Center's School of Film with underserved members of our community, seeking to enact change on a direct level.

[Watch] 1:00 minute Promo clips: [Attached]

Tim De Christopher's Peaceful Uprising

Portland, 02.05.2013 19:57

At a time when the debate over climate change is finally gaining post-election traction and hot topics such as fracking and the Keystone XL pipeline have captured public attention, the documentary Bidder 70 is poised to showcase a movement that has steadily gathered force, particularly among millenials, who harbor grave concerns for the increasingly perilous future. The feature-length documentary chronicles how renowned activist Tim DeChristopher's civil disobedience blazed new opportunities for the climate justice movement.
Tim De Cristopher's Peaceful Uprising

On Dec. 19, 2008, University of Utah economics student Tim DeChristopher disrupted a highly disputed Bush administration Bureau of Land Management (BLM) oil and gas lease auction in Salt Lake City. Not content to merely protest outside, DeChristopher entered the auction hall and registered as bidder 70. With no intention of paying for leases starting at $2 per acre, he outbid industry giants on 77 pristine Utah land parcels surrounding American treasures like Canyonlands National Park, and effectively safeguarded from drilling 22,000 acres of land worth $1.7 million, before the auction was halted.

Although incoming Interior Secretary Ken Salazar invalidated the auction two months later, DeChristopher's brave commitment and actions rewarded this remarkably principled young man with two federal felony indictments carrying penalties of up to ten years in prison and $750,000 in fines. Awaiting trial with the threat of prison looming, the 27-year-old environmentalist escalated his activism and evolved into a charismatic and ingenious climate justice leader. He co-founded Peaceful Uprising, a grassroots group dedicated to defending a livable future through empowering non-violent action.

Building Bridges Radio: NYC's Mayor Bloomberg Provokes School Bus Strike

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

NYC's Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1181, representing school bus drivers, escorts, and mechanics was forced onto picketlines to save its very existence, due to Mayor Bloomberg's insistence on removing Employee Protection Provisions from contract language affecting the 9,000 workers.

Building Bridges Radio presentgs NYC's Mayor Bloomberg Provokes School Bus Strike
with Richard Gilberg, Attorney, ATU Local 1181 and Jimmy Hedge, Exec. Board Member, ATU Local 1181
Building Bridges is regularly broadcast live over WBAI, 99.5 FM in the N.Y.C Metropolitan area on Mondays from 7-8pm EST and is streamed, and archived at Our national edition is carried by more than 40 broadcast and internet radio stations in the US, Canada and UK. To download or listen to this 27:10 minute radio program, go to

Lakota Grandmothers Rise to Challenge US Genocide

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

The Lakota Solidarity Project (LSP) in association with the Strong Heart Warrior Society and traditional Lakota elders on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation have released the first trailer for the explosive new documentary film, “Red Cry”. The incendiary documentary chronicles the lives of Lakota elders and oyate (people) in the face of ongoing genocide against the Lakota by the United States Government and corporate interests.

WNU #1161: EZLN Supporter Freed After Year in Jail

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

“We’re going to continue with the EZLN in the struggle,” Sántiz López said as he left the prison. “We’re going to win.”

Richard Greeman, talk re: Victor Serge, SATURDAY 1:30 pm

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

Announcing: Richard Greeman to give two exciting talks on revolutionary anarcho-Marxist Victor Serge. Saturday, Feb. 2 and Feb. 9, at the Brecht Forum

South Bronx and East Harlem Communities Call on Redistricting Commission to Fully Restore East Harlem, Reconfigure the Bronx and Re-Integrate Randall’s Island in District 8

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

Leaders from the South Bronx and East Harlem will gather together on the steps of City Hall this Thursday to implore Speaker Christine Quinn to support the “Common Sense District 8 Plan”, which reflects scores of public testimony not only from District 8 leaders but also from District 16 and 17 in the Bronx. The unified plan reintegrates Randall’s Island, fully restores East Harlem (notably including Lexington and Carver Houses and Mount Sinai) and reasonably reconfigures the South Bronx (including providing Yankee Stadium and Concourse Village to District 16; Hostos Community College and Lincoln Hospital to District 17; and increasing District 8’s coverage of the South Bronx’s unified waterfront and “HUB” retail district).

Adidas Sweatshop Workers Speak Out! Worker Tour visits NYC on Feb 4

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

Hear from garment workers who sew apparel in Honduran and Haitian factories owned and contracted by Gildan Activewear, a Montreal-based apparel company that recently became the largest supplier in the Western hemisphere to sportswear giant Adidas.

Sign On: Statement of Support for Brooklyn College Students for Justice in Palestine

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

We the undersigned deplore the efforts of politicians and others to bully student activists and faculty and to smear supporters of boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) against Israel as anti-Semites.

Political Prisoner Letter-Writing Dinner

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

This time last year, we were feeling the warmth of a coming global spring. This year, we see comrades from Egypt to Indonesia to Mexico attacking the state in capital. There’s a palpable tension between the authorities who keep cracking skulls and those rebels who continue to fight back. And for those rebels, still in the streets, or locked in a prison cell, we hold revolutionary love. With that love burning in our hearts, we host another of our every-other-week political prisoner letter-writing dinners.

Related: Freedom for Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3, After 40 Years in Solitary? | The Black Panther Party’s Living Legacy

WNU #1162: At Least 37 Dead in Mexican Explosion

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

The Jan. 31 explosion is the latest in a long line of disasters for the oil company.

WNU #1163: Honduran Rural Leader Charged With “Land Usurpation”

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

3,081 campesinos have been arrested in connection with Aguán land disputes in the last two years, while the government of President Porfirio Lobo Sosa has failed to prosecute the region’s landowners and their security guards for violence against campesinos.

Buiding Bridges Radio: Central Park Five, Exonerated But Justice Still Denied!

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

A long-delayed $250 million NYC civil suit finally goes to trial this year — putting the reputations of some of the city’s most powerful on the line. After 22 years the then teens, Kharey Wise, Kevin Richardson, Antron McCray, Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana, are no longer convicted felons or registered sex offenders, but they’re still best known as the Central Park 5. Each served from 7 to 13 years in prison for a rape they didn’t commit, after Mayor Koch, the police, prosecutors and the media, along with mogul Donald Trump, who actively advocated for the death penalty for the youth, whipped the city into a racist lynch mob.

To Download or listen to this 28 minute radio program, go to

Building Bridges is broadcast live over WBAI, 99.5 FM in the NYC area on Mondays from 7-8 pm and syndicated to over 40 broadcast and internet radio stations in the U.S.
Canada and UK

Pan Africanism Rising! Malcolm X Commemoration - Feb 21

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

February 21st marks the 48th commemoration of the assassination of Malcolm X. In the spirit of Malcolm's relentless struggle for Pan African unity, the December 12th Movement will hold an international forum “Resist the Rise of Imperialism in Africa and Wars of Recolonization.”

WNU #1164: Chilean Police Arrest 20 Mapuche Protesters

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

Millacheo says he is innocent, and Mapuche activists consider him a political prisoner. This is his second hunger strike since his imprisonment.

Defending Howard Zinn

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

An attack on Howard Zinn in American Educator reveals only the fear of exposure of the violence and inequality built into the structures of the United States.

Building Bridges: Canadian Oil Workers Reject Keystone XL; Ramsay Clark Birthday

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

To Download or listen to this 27:51 minute radio program, go to

WBAI's Building Bridges Radio airing live over 99.5fm Mondays 7-8 PM and syndicated by over 40 broadcast and internet radio stationts in the US, Canada, and UK

Please email Building Bridges if you are broadcasting our National Edition. We'd like to have an accurate list of which stations are airing Building Bridges. So please let us know!

Sat, March 16th, 2013: BA Speaks: Revolution - Nothing Less Film

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

This film can make a world of difference in a world that needs nothing more than to be radically different. Whether that happens depends on us. When BA Speaks, you learn about the scientific understanding and the strategy necessary to make this revolution- this real communist revolution- to bring in a whole new epoch where humanity can truly flourish, free from all forms of exploitation and oppression.


NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

Tune in to WBAI at 6 pm .... 99.5 FM or on the web at

NYC ABC and Occupy LIC Political Prisoner Letter Writing Dinner

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

This week, NYC ABC is hitting the road, linking up with comrades from Occupy Astoria-LIC. In the six years that we’ve been hosting our every-other-week events, we’ve held them in four of the five boroughs. You’re next, Staten Island!

On the suggestion of Occupy Astoria-LIC, this week we’ll be sending cards to Occupy-related folks who are currently locked up. You can learn about the cases of the following Occupy movement-related prisoners and write letters to them....

WNU #1166: Mexican Government Sends a Message, Jails Union Boss

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

Teachers union dissidents called for a real educational reform that would be “be constructed with the participation of the principal actors: teachers, parents, pupils, researchers and society as a whole.”

WNU #1168: 40 Arrested in Occupation of Argentine Nuclear Plant

NYC, 02.05.2013 19:57

Asked how the protesters entered the complex, Greenpeace's Fernández answered: “Through the gate, which was open.”

Video/Photos Boston Anti-Drone Protest

Boston, 02.05.2013 19:55

Boston Common-April 6, 2013: Boston area anti-war activists held a protest against US drone warfare.

Cradle of Liberty News - Out Now!

Boston, 02.05.2013 19:55

We are thrilled to announce the release of a new publication: The Cradle of Liberty. In this issue: -Mass Nurses Vote to Strike -Massachusetts Foreclosed Homeowner Raises Protest in D.C. -Stop and Shop Signs Contract with Union Workers -Chelsea Tenants Stand up to City Realty -Nationwide Homes for All Campaign Launched -Starbucks Workers Win Raise -Interview With a Barista -The BU Biolab, A Continuing History of at Risk Neighborhoods Download the PDF here:

Corvid College Boston is now the Greater Boston Free School

Boston, 02.05.2013 19:55

The following announcement is from an email sent by organizers of the Greater Boston Free School. Check out for updates and contact information. We who have been making Corvid College happen, since Eric’s departure in September, are announcing our departure from Corvid. We have been running hoedowns, classes, and bringing in new teachers, students and collective members. Our efforts have been fruitful, but we believe the community will benefit most from a new organization, if mostly new by name. We have realized that we wish to fly under a different free school banner.

Bank of America Backs Off From Dorchester Eviction

Boston, 02.05.2013 19:55

Bank of America decided not to evict Aloysius Nwankwo and his family from their Dorchester home today. In the face of public pressure from City Life/Vida Urbana, Victor Manougian,, a lawyer representing BoA, sent an email to CLVU organizers that said only "Move is canceled".

Boston-area Adjunct Professors Kick Off Union Organizing Drive

Boston, 02.05.2013 19:55

More than 100 adjunct faculty members from throughout the Greater Boston area gathered at JFK Library Saturday to launch a massive, 20+ campus unionization drive.

Parque Centenario, artistas y artesanos de San telmo, desalojos, represión en Sala Alberdi e inundados

Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54

Contra las políticas macristas

Buen vivir

Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54

Por el Derecho al territorio, por el Derecho a decidir


Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54

Contra los ataques a medios comunitarios en Venezuela

Nuevo intento de GAMA S.A.

Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54

Vence plazo para desalojar Barrio El Bordo

22 programados para las 18 hs.

Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54


22 programados para las 18 hs.

Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54

Cortes Simultáneos en toda la Ciudad

Malvinas Argentinas en pie

Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54

La caravana dijo: Fuera Monsanto


Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54

La Policía Metropolitana reprimió a los trabajadores del Borda


Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54

La Policía Metropolitana reprimió a los trabajadores del Borda

Juicio Menéndez III

Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54

Continúa el juicio a los genocidas en Córdoba


Argentina, 02.05.2013 19:54

Cinco vecinxs detenidxs en Cuesta BLanca

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