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FRAUDE EN LA UNIÓN DE TRABAJADORES DE PRENSA DE BUENOS AIRES

Argentina, 02.10.2013 03:55

UTPBA: Una elección al margen de la ley



FRAUDE EN LA UNIÓN DE TRABAJADORES DE PRENSA DE BUENOS AIRES

Argentina, 02.10.2013 03:55

UTPBA: Una elección al margen de la ley



FINAL DE LA CONTROVERSIA EN EL SINDICATO DE MUNICIPALES DE JUJUY

Argentina, 02.10.2013 03:55

“Perro” Santillán certificado como titular del SEOM



PDX Radio Revolution

Portland, 02.10.2013 03:40

Portland Radio Project will launch an online station designed to reconnect radio with the community through a mainstream music mix, featuring local and emerging artists, combined with quality news and true public service.

Why the revolution? Because we believe commercial radio has gotten WAY off track, and it's time for change. It's time for a new model of radio - a model that reflects and serves the community through its music and public affairs programming. Connecting with the Portland community is our mission.

Portland Radio Project is a group of radio professionals who have witnessed significant and unfortunate changes to radio over the years. Through ownership consolidation, a handful of corporations have gained control over most of American radio. Their primary interest is money, not music, and certainly not community. They play only the songs that serve the bottom line, over and over and OVER again, ignoring incredible talent that deserves to be heard. They give air time only to those organizations that can pay for it, disregarding the great work done by so many Portland nonprofits and volunteers whose stories deserve to be told. homepage:  http://www.prp.fm



October 5th National Day of Dignity &amp; Respect for Immigrant Families in Portland

Portland, 02.10.2013 03:40

On October 5th, communities across the country will bring families into the streets to press for dignity and respect for immigrant families and to send a message to the House of Representatives to: "Get Immigration Reform Done; and Get it Done Now. For our families, for our communities, for our country!" Join over 14 organizations in Portland at Director Park on October 5th at 3pm for the National Day of Dignity & Respect for Immigrant Families.

Immigrant rights organizations and allies nationwide will continue escalating pressure on members of Congress to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill by holding more than 100 events nationwide on Oct. 5 as part of the "Day of Dignity and Respect" for all immigrant families.

In Portland, people will gather for the October 5th National Day of Action by holding a rally for immigration reform in Director Park at 3pm.

"The Day of Dignity and Respect will show House Republicans why they must act quickly on passing an immigration reform bill that contains a path to citizenship and keeps families together," said Andrea Miller, Executive Director of Causa Oregon. "We will continue to put pressure on members of Congress until immigration reform is won."

October 5th National Day of Dignity & Respect for Immigrant Families
Saturday, October 5, 2013 - 3:00pm
Director Park (SW Taylor and SW Park) Portland, Oregon
homepage:  http://www.causaoregon.org/oct5



Bloqueo a Planta de Monsanto

Argentina, 01.10.2013 03:55

Continua la lucha en Malvinas Argentinas



Ato Público pela Cinemateca Brasileira - 14/09/2013

CMI Brasil, 01.10.2013 03:09

cmi-sp R.



Bloqueo a Planta de Monsanto

Argentina, 30.09.2013 03:55

Continua la lucha en Malvinas Argentinas



Bloqueo a Planta de Monsanto en Córdoba

Argentina, 30.09.2013 03:55

Continua la lucha en Malvinas Argentinas



Improvements to the Boston Indymedia Web Site

Boston, 29.09.2013 04:05

September 28, 2013 - Boston Indymedia is happy to announce a number of bug fixes and usability improvements to our web site. While further work is ongoing, we feel the site will now be considerably more convenient to use for most visitors. Read on for details of the work, and thanks for supporting Boston Indymedia!



The Shortwave Report 09/27/13 Listen Globally!

Portland, 29.09.2013 03:41

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

Dear Radio Friend, The latest Shortwave Report (September 27) is up at the website http://www.outfarpress.com/shortwave.shtml 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} http://www.audioport.org/index.php?op=producer-info&uid=904&nav=&)

NEW PODCAST!!!- feed: http://www.outfarpress.com/podcast.xml (128kb Highest Quality)

[Previous Report] The Shortwave Report 09/13/13 Listen Globally!



Video: Kathleen Dean Moore-If Your House Is On Fire

Portland, 29.09.2013 03:41

Kathleen Dean Moore, professor of philosophy and environmental ethics, speaks on climate activism. An excellent presentation. She was the speaker at an event in Portland Oregon educating people about industry attempts to move oil, coal and gas through the northwest.

If Your House Is On Fire



Federally contracted workers strike, march on White House

DC, 27.09.2013 04:06

On the 25th of September, contract workers at Federal buildings like the Ronald Reagan building walked off the job and demanded that they be paid a living wage and benefits. Strikers marching in front of the White House



Alaskan Inupiat, allies rally at White House against Arctic oil drilling

DC, 27.09.2013 04:06

On the 26th of September, residents of Inupiat villages in Alaska and some of their allies spoke out in Lafayette Park against plans to drill for oil on their land or offshore from it. Video Highlights of the event Louise Thundercloud of the Lakota Interviews Allison Warden of the Inupiat on Arctic Drilling and activism to stop it



Contra PEC 215, indígenas Guarani trancam rodovia em São Paulo

CMI Brasil, 27.09.2013 03:09

Luta indígena



Colectivo Cayo La Yayí: &quot;La magia de la Marina&quot;

Puerto Rico, 26.09.2013 04:06

Colectivo Cayo La Yayí: "La magia de la Marina"



SP - Apoio às Ocupações do Grajaú

CMI Brasil, 26.09.2013 03:09

Luta pela Moradia



VIDEO: Community Members Stand With Workers In Protest Against Fubonn On 9/21

Portland, 25.09.2013 03:39

On 9/21 around 60 protesters gathered, organized, and marched to Fubonn Shopping Center in southeast Portland to picket against unfair treatment of two hispanic female ex-workers.

After a successful previous action in which dozens of members of Portland Solidarity Network marched into the Fubonn Shopping Center in solidarity with two mistreated workers and confronted the owners and management, another blow has been dealt to this establishment. On 9/21, around sixty protesters marched down 82nd avenue to the Fubonn Shopping Center (2850 SE 82nd Avenue) to picket in solidarity with two hispanic female workers who had been discriminated against and mistreated by management at this asian-owned mini mall.

Marisol and Norma, the complaintants, were ex-employees of the Fubonn Center. Marisol worked in the food court and Norma worked in the meat processing area of the establishment, where all other workers were male. Marisol explained that they were given few breaks or opportunities to use the restroom and were oftentimes yelled at by management to the point they were in tears. Norma, in our interview stated that she at one point was pregnant and was asked to lift boxes up to 40lbs. and also was not given opportunity to eat a lunch or use the restroom when needed as well. [...]

Video Link: Worker Protest Against Fubonn Shopping Center



Video: Lummi Elder Speaking at Totem Pole Journey Ceremony

Portland, 25.09.2013 03:39

KWEL HOY': A Totem Pole Journey.... In September, the Lummi community is undertaking a Totem Pole Journey to raise awareness and opposition to a proposed coal terminal on their sacred lands.

They journey from Montana, where the coal is mined, through the Columbia Gorge where the coal is be transported, and then on up to British Columbia.

The ceremony in Portland was held at Cathedral Park and featured speakers from communities of faith, the director of Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, as well as a Lummi elder. This video is of Lummi elder Jewel James.
Jewel James, Lummi Elder



DC Divest &quot;Draws the Line&quot; against fossil fuels and tar sands

DC, 23.09.2013 04:06

On the 21st of September, 350.org held a national series of "drawing the line" protests against the Keystone XL pipeline and other extreme fossil fuel extraction. Here in DC, A group called "DC divest" demanded that the DC government and related entities stop investing funds in corporations involved in fossil fuel extraction. video highlights with stirring music



September 2013 UNLEASHED AND UNACCOUNTABLE The FBI’s Unchecked Abuse of Authority

DC, 23.09.2013 04:06

Short version: https://www.aclu.org/ten-most-disturbing-things-you-should-know-about-fbi-911 #3 Racial and Ethnic Mapping The 2008 Attorney General's Guidelines also authorized "domain management assessments" which allow the FBI to map American communities by race and ethnicity based on crass stereotypes about the crimes they are likely to commit. FBI documents obtained by the ACLU show the FBI mapped entire Chinese and Russian communities in San Francisco on the theory that they might commit organized crime, all Latino communities in New Jersey and Alabama because a street gang has Latino members, African Americans in Georgia to find "Black separatists," and Middle-Eastern communities in Detroit for terrorism investigations. The FBI's racial and ethnic mapping program is simply racial and religious profiling of entire communities. #4 Unrestrained Data Collection and Data Mining The FBI has claimed the authority to secretly sweep up voluminous amounts of private information from data aggregators for data mining purposes. In 2007 the FBI said it amassed databases containing 1.5 billion records, which were predicted to grow to 6 billion records by 2012, or equal to "20 separate ‘records' for each man, woman and child in the United States." When Congress sought information about one of these programs, the FBI refused to give the Government Accountability Office access. That program was temporarily defunded, but its successor, the FBI Foreign Terrorist Tracking Task Force, currently has 360 staff members running 40 separate projects. Records show analysts are allowed to use data mining tools to establish "risk scores" for U.S. persons. A 2013 IG audit questioned the task force's effectiveness, concluding it "did not always provide FBI field offices with timely and relevant information." Full Report: UNLEASHED AND UNACCOUNTABLE The FBI’s Unchecked Abuse of Authority https://www.aclu.org/sites/default/files/assets/unleashed-and-unaccountable-fbi-report.pdf



NCM: estrategicotres

Puerto Rico, 23.09.2013 04:06

Se multiplican los puntos de resistencia de baja intensidad en el Caribe



Talleres ACLU

Puerto Rico, 23.09.2013 04:06

Talleres sobre responsabilidad de policía en casos de violencia doméstica



EEUU niega espacio aéreo a Venezuela

Puerto Rico, 23.09.2013 04:06

Estados Unidos prohíbe a presidente venezolano sobrevolar Puerto Rico



Mentiras de Monsanto

Puerto Rico, 23.09.2013 04:06

Preocupado Monsanto por su imagen en Puerto Rico



Boletín Mov. Ñin Negrón

Puerto Rico, 23.09.2013 04:06

El Boletín: Septiembre 2013



Contra antena en Ponce

Puerto Rico, 23.09.2013 04:06

Comunidad de Ponce se moviliza contra construcción de antena



Exhorta a líderes católicos a dejar obsesión con derechos de mujeres y personas LGBTT

Puerto Rico, 23.09.2013 04:06

Exhorta a líderes católicos a dejar obsesión con derechos de mujeres y personas LGBTT



Boston Celebrates Annual UN International Day Of Peace-9/21

Boston, 23.09.2013 03:55

9/21-Boston celebrates annual UN International Day Of Peace on Boston Common.



Community Advisory: FBI Sharpens Scrutiny of Arabs in US

Boston, 23.09.2013 03:55

September 12, 2013 — Earlier this month, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) issued a Community Advisory following a New York Times article entitled, “F.B.I. Sharpens Scrutiny of Syrians in U.S.”. The article revealed that the FBI was increasing surveillance of Syrians inside the United States. Over the course of the past week, ADC has received numerous phone calls and reports from community members who have been approached by the FBI for questioning. Many of the calls came from community members who are not of Syrian decent, indicating that the FBI has expanded its scrutiny to include other Arab and Muslim Americans.



Primavera Sin Monsanto

Argentina, 23.09.2013 03:45

La lucha continua



Primavera Sin Monsanto

Argentina, 23.09.2013 03:45

Cba/ Malvinas Argentinas



Primavera Sin Monsanto

Argentina, 23.09.2013 03:45

La lucha continua en Malvinas Argentinas



Reportback: Protest and street theater at USTR against Trans-Pacific Partnership

DC, 22.09.2013 04:05

On the 20th of September, anti-corporate activists showed up at the US Trade Representative's offices, protesting the "secret" meetings going on this weekend to negotiate yet another NAFTA style trade treaty. "Money Wars" Star-Wars themed anti-TPP street theater in front of USTR



Community Advisory: FBI Sharpens Scrutiny of Arabs in US

DC, 22.09.2013 04:05

Washington, DC | www.ADC.org | September 12, 2013 — Earlier this month, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) issued a Community Advisory following a New York Times article entitled, “F.B.I. Sharpens Scrutiny of Syrians in U.S.”. The article revealed that the FBI was increasing surveillance of Syrians inside the United States. Over the course of the past week, ADC has received numerous phone calls and reports from community members who have been approached by the FBI for questioning. Many of the calls came from community members who are not of Syrian decent, indicating that the FBI has expanded its scrutiny to include other Arab and Muslim Americans.



Ataque de los grupos de choque del partido nazi Amanecer Dorado

Argentina, 21.09.2013 03:53

Protestas en Grecia por el asesinato del músico antifascista Pavlos Fyssas



El latifundio sojero contra la agricultura familiar

Argentina, 21.09.2013 03:53

Paraguay: asesinan a Inocencio Sanabria, referente campesino



A pocos días del asesinato de Kevin en una zona liberada

Argentina, 21.09.2013 03:53

Gendarmes encapuchados allanaron redacción de la Garganta Poderosa



Ataque de los grupos de choque del partido nazi Amanecer Dorado

Argentina, 21.09.2013 03:53

Protestas en Grecia por el asesinato del músico antifascista Pavlos Fyssas



El latifundio sojero contra la agricultura familiar

Argentina, 21.09.2013 03:53

Paraguay: asesinan a Inocencio Sanabria, referente campesino



A pocos días del asesinato de Kevin en una zona liberada

Argentina, 21.09.2013 03:53

Gendarmes encapuchados allanaron redacción de la Garganta Poderosa



Seanad Referendum - a camouflaged erosion of Constitutional rights?

Ireland, 21.09.2013 03:51

The coming referendum on the abolishment of Seanad ...



Aparecidos Políticos na Argentina

CMI Brasil, 21.09.2013 03:09

Arte ativista



I ENOPES - Encontro Nacional de Oposições Populares, Sindicais e Estudantis

CMI Brasil, 21.09.2013 03:09

Sindicalismo revolucionário



Liberdade a preso politico em PE

CMI Brasil, 21.09.2013 03:09

Contra a criminalização



My impromptu interview with a homeless man

DC, 20.09.2013 03:56

The District of Columbia is a tale of two cities.



¿Y Julio López?

Argentina, 20.09.2013 03:54

7 años de impunidad y encubrimiento



¿Y Julio López?

Argentina, 20.09.2013 03:54

7 años de impunidad y encubrimiento



¿Y Julio López?

Argentina, 20.09.2013 03:54

7 años de impunidad y encubrimiento



Mulheres e transporte: um debate necessário

CMI Brasil, 20.09.2013 03:09

Transporte e gênero




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