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Argentina, 12.10.2013 03:55



Movilizaciòn por la Emergencia Ambiental en Còrdoba

Argentina, 12.10.2013 03:55

Miles por la vida



Entrevista a María del Carmen Verdú, integrante de la CORREPI

Argentina, 12.10.2013 03:55

“Todos los gobiernos desde 1991 han tratado de sepultar la causa Bulacio”



Medios de comunicación comunitaria, alternativa y popular

Argentina, 12.10.2013 03:55

Encuentro de la RNMA en Buenos Aires: “Para Pensarnos y organizarnos en red”



Medios de comunicación comunitaria, alternativa y popular

Argentina, 12.10.2013 03:55

Encuentro de la RNMA en Buenos Aires: “Para Pensarnos y organizarnos en red”



...dá linha Terminal Campo Lixo

CMI Brasil, 12.10.2013 03:09

MPL-SP



COMUNICADO DA OCUPAÇÃO ESPERANÇA

CMI Brasil, 12.10.2013 03:09

Mídia Negra



Virginia State Police Used License Plate Readers At Political Rallies, Built Huge Database

DC, 11.10.2013 04:16

From 2010 until last spring, the Virginia State Police (VSP) maintained a massive database of license plates that allowed them to pinpoint the locations of millions of cars on particular dates and times. Even more disturbing, the agency used automatic license plate readers (ALPRs) to collect information about political activities of law-abiding people. The VSP recorded the license plates of vehicles attending President Obama’s 2009 inauguration, as well as campaign rallies for Obama and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. (Documentation of this program, disclosed in response to an ACLU of Virginia public records request, can be found here.) These practices starkly illustrate the need for tight controls on government use of technology for surveillance purposes.



Movilizaciòn por la Emergencia Ambiental

Argentina, 11.10.2013 03:54

Miles por la vida



Entrevista a María del Carmen Verdú

Argentina, 11.10.2013 03:54

“Todos los gobiernos desde 1991 han tratado de sepultar la causa Bulacio”



Animal Liberation Front Claims Increasing Number of Fur Farm Raids

San Francisco Bay Area, 11.10.2013 03:53

On October 5, the eighth U.S. fur farm raid since July saw 2,000 mink freed from a farm in New Holstein, Wisconsin. Across the U.S., over 10,000 animals have been released since July — a level of activity not seen since the late 1990s. The latest raid also marks the 100th (known) release of animals from a fur farm since the Animal Liberation Front officially began it's fur farm campaign in 1995. The ALF appears to be targeting newly discovered farms, with six of the eight farms visited this summer having been made public in the last two years.



Videos: October 5th National Day of Dignity &amp; Respect for Immigrant Families

Portland, 11.10.2013 03:40

Video Report Back: October 5th National Day of Dignity & Respect for Immigrant Families in Portland
Over 300 hundred people attended the speeches, music and dancing at Directors Park on Oct 5th joining in solidarity with communities across the country. This action was to 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!" Portlander's joined with 14 organizations at Director Park at 3pm for the National Day of Dignity & Respect for Immigrant Families. The complete event was documented by Portland Indymedia.

The Oct 5 Immigrant Rights Dignity Rally in Portland Oregon was attended by over 300 or more participants.
The event was held in the Directors Park in downtown Portland.
One cop and one security officer was observed at this permitted "National Rally for Citizenship and Family Respect"
The event consisted of music, dancing, information, speeches and singing

The complete full video is available on YouTube here:
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIYRKjNzdfU (2 hours and 19 minutes)



Sarau Moinho Vivo

CMI Brasil, 11.10.2013 03:08

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Mass protest for immigration reform ends in arrests of 8 Congressmen, at least 200 others

DC, 10.10.2013 04:16

On the 8th of October, supporters of immigration reform and citizenship for current migrants staged a massive rally and concert on the "closed" National Mall. This being a First Amendment activity, the Park Service could not legally interfere. After the rally, they marched on the Capitol and blocked 3ed st in civil disobediance. Eight Congressional Democrats supporting immigration reform were among the arrestees. Video of the protest and civil disobediance



Fast Food Workers Win a Union…through Zoolidarity

Boston, 10.10.2013 04:05

Union members have watched in awe as fast food workers struck over the last year, calling for “$15 and a union.” Despite the slogan, however, the prevailing wisdom has been that union recognition isn’t really the goal; that’s too hard against giant employers insulated by a layer of franchises, with a part-time and transient workforce.



BWT zum Indy-Relaunch zum Vierten

Germany, 10.10.2013 03:53

Am 6. Juli fand ein Kurz-Treffen der deutschen Indymedia MedienaktivistInnen zum Stand des Relaunches der Seite statt. Es wurde der Funktionsumfang gesichtet und für als für den Start geeignet abgesegnet. Nun beginnt der eigentliche Umzug. Technische Fragen sind noch zu klären. Nächstes Treffen am Wochenende 25-27. Oktober im Wendland.



Ato na Semana de Luta por Transporte Público

CMI Brasil, 10.10.2013 03:09

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Boston Bus Drivers on Wildcat Strike

Boston, 09.10.2013 04:05

The Boston School Department announced today that bus drivers are conducting an "illegal" work stoppage. It remains unclear how many drivers are participating in the strike, but the number appears to be substantial. The bus drivers, members of United Steelworkers of America local 8751, list multiple grievances on their Facebook page, including short paychecks, forced off-the-clock work, harassment by school officials, violation of the terms of the union's contract, and more. Since September the bus drivers have been employed by Veolia Transportation, who took over the contract from 1st Student.



Don’t Quit, Strike! A Letter from an Insomnia Union Member to Insomnia Workers Everywhere

Boston, 09.10.2013 04:05

The following letter was written by a member of the Insomnia Workers Union, who are currently on strike against Insomnia Cookies in Harvard Square. For more information see the Boston IWW blog and Boston Indymedia's previous coverage of the strike.



banner marcha monsanto

Argentina, 09.10.2013 03:55



Rosario: Reclaman implementación de la Ley de Educación Sexual

Argentina, 09.10.2013 03:55

Clase Pública en las puertas del Ministerio de Educación



Denuncia de Familiares y Amigos de Luciano Arruga

Argentina, 09.10.2013 03:55

Vanesa Orieta: “cómo están dadas las cosas no tengo esperanzas de encontrar a Luciano”



Denuncia de Familiares y Amigos de Luciano Arruga

Argentina, 09.10.2013 03:55

Vanesa Orieta: “cómo están dadas las cosas no tengo esperanzas de encontrar a Luciano”



Occupy Oakland and Mumia Films Examine Repression and Resistance

San Francisco Bay Area, 09.10.2013 03:54

The National Lawyers Guild and Prison Radio will present two films on repression and resistance on Saturday, October 19 at the The New Parkway Theater in Oakland. The Battle for Oscar Grant Plaza is a short documentary about how the City of Oakland and its police tried to shut down the budding "Occupy Wall Street" movement, turning downtown Oakland into a teargas-filled war zone and injuring numerous people. Manufacturing Guilt takes on Abu-Jamal's contentious case, distilling a mountain of evidence and years of oft-repeated falsehoods which illustrate a clear and conscious effort to frame Mumia Abu-Jamal for murder.



Supreme Court Sides with Hedge Funds Against Argentina

Boston, 08.10.2013 04:06

The U.S. Supreme Court decided not to take the landmark debt case between Argentina and bondholders led by NML Capital, a hedge fund that buys the debt of countries in financial crisis. Argentina is expected to file a second petition in the coming months that the Supreme Court will review and decide again if it will hear the case. In June, Argentina filed a writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court asking the court to overturn a ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals made last October. The ruling ordered Argentina to pay bondholders $1.33 billion based on the court’s interpretation of a pari passu, or parity clause.



En Malvinas Argentinas sigue la lucha

Argentina, 08.10.2013 03:56

2O dias de corte y acampe



With Eviction Looming, Call Goes Out to Defend the Bulb

San Francisco Bay Area, 08.10.2013 03:55

Long-time residents of the former landfill known as the Albany Bulb are facing eviction as early as this month. For decades, however, the Bulb has been a safe place for those in the East Bay without traditional housing to make a home. The Sierra Club and Citizens for an East Shore State Park have pressured the Albany City Council to take action to remove those who live at the Bulb and declare the land "recreation only." Residents are now organizing and taking action to raise awareness of their plight and fight impending eviction. On Monday, October 7, residents of the Albany Bulb and local community members will rally, march, and set up a one-night encampment on Solano Avenue, demonstrating what Albany's main street will look like if the Bulb's 60-plus residents are evicted from their homes.



Vigil at Ga Ave Wal-Mart construction site calls out failed intersection, unsafe contractor

DC, 07.10.2013 04:17

On the 4th of October, neighborhood actvists showed up again at the Wal-Mart construction site at Ga Ave and Missouri Ave. Video focussed on failing intersection, Foulger-Pratt's issues



Greenpeace vigil demands Russia drop piracy charges against Arctic 30

DC, 07.10.2013 04:17

On the 5th of October, Greenpeace activists and supporters showed up outside the Russian Cultural Center demanding that Putin's government drop the piracy charges against the Arctic 30. Video of the vigil



Permits required to Visit WWll and Vietnam Memorials

DC, 07.10.2013 04:17

According to Department of Interior Park Rangers instructions, you need a First Amendment Permit to visit the World War II and Vietnam Memorial in Washington DC. Problem is the Department of Interior's Web Site is virtually shut down cause of the government shut down. But in a massive show of civil disobedience, people, step through the barrier and pay their respects anyway! Video



Sindicato Puertorriqueño de Trabajadores exige cumplimiento de acuerdos

Puerto Rico, 07.10.2013 04:16

Sindicato Puertorriqueño de Trabajadores exige cumplimiento de acuerdos



APPU: &quot;bochornosa&quot; la nueva modalidad de revisar decisiones tomadas por Rectora interina

Puerto Rico, 07.10.2013 04:16

APPU: "bochornosa" la nueva modalidad de revisar decisiones tomadas por Rectora interina



Free At Last! Herman Wallace Has Finally Been Released

Boston, 07.10.2013 04:06

Reposted from Angola 3 News After a long, dramatic day, we are humbled to report that the indomitable, irrepressible Herman Wallace has just been released after spending over 4 decades in solitary confinement. View A3 Coalition photos from Herman's release at Flickr and Indybay and a video of his arrival at the LSU hospital.



Acts of EcoTerrorism via Spraying Poisons Continues in SW Oregon

Portland, 06.10.2013 03:41

Jennifer and Link Phillippi, owners of the now shuttered Rough and Ready Mill in Cave Junction Oregon and Perpetua Forest Industries, seem intent on clear-cutting and herbicide spraying as much of their 70,000+ acres of land holdings in southwest Oregon as fast as possible. In the upper Illinois River valley alone there is over 1,000 acres of clear-cuts scheduled to be sprayed by Jennifer and Link Phillippi within the next 30 to 60 days that will poison ESA listed juvenile Coho salmon and rural residents.

Oregon Department of Forestry data shows that more than 125,000 acres of industrial forest lands will or have been be sprayed with herbicide poisons this year alone.


The owners of Rough & Ready Mill and Perpetua Forest Industries, Jennifer and Link Phillippi, of Josephine County Are Spraying Herbicides that Jeopardize ESA Listed Coho Salmon & Southern Oregon Families.

News: As of Today, Saturday October 5th, Perpetua sprayed poisons via helicopter in the headwaters of Draper Creek where thousands of baby Coho have barely survived the summer. Rain is expected sometime this weekend. We hope that Draper Creek is flowing now (it was not before the rain) and most of the juvenile Coho have escaped being poisoned.

A project of the League of Wilderness Defenders



Video: Rally to Save Our Public Lands

Portland, 06.10.2013 03:41

PORTLAND, Ore. Oct. 1, 2013 ?Holding dozens of banners and signs opposing clearcutting, more than 200 people gathered today outside the office of Sen. Ron Wyden at Portland's Holladay Park for an hour-long rally in support of policies that include responsible management of Oregon's publically owned forests.

Rally to Save Our Public Lands

"It is a false choice to suggest that clearcut logging is needed for the health of rural economies," said Randi Spivak with the Center for Biological Diversity, one of the rally's organizers. "In fact, this approach will harm sustainable economies that depend on clean water, healthy fisheries and intact forests, The message sent to Senator Wyden today was clear: Don't clearcut our children's future."

Reps. Peter DeFazio (D.-Ore.), Kurt Schrader (D.-Ore.) and Greg Walden (R.-Ore.) have proposed to effectively privatize 1.5 million acres of public land in western Oregon known as the "O&C" lands, turning it over to a private logging "trust" to be managed under the Oregon Forest Practices Act, where clearcutting is rampant. Sen. Wyden is currently developing his own plan for expanded logging of public lands in the western part of the state. [...]



Hundreds of furloughed workers rally at US Capitol

DC, 05.10.2013 04:16

On the 4th of October, hundreds of furloughed Federal workers showed up at the US Capitol to call out the Tea Party's stubbornness. At one point they marched to the Capitol building, but Capitol police refused to let them in



The ''Muhammad Ali of the Criminal Justice System'' Passes On

Boston, 05.10.2013 04:05

Reposted from Angola 3 News. This morning we lost without a doubt the biggest, bravest, and brashest personality in the political prisoner world. It is with great sadness that we write with the news of Herman Wallace's passing.



Cradle of Liberty Issue #4 Out

Boston, 05.10.2013 04:05

We are proud to announce the release of Issue #4 of The Cradle of Liberty, a Newsletter of Mass. Struggles. View it here: Print Version OR Web Version



28 de septiembre

Argentina, 05.10.2013 03:55

Rompiendo el silencio: la lucha por el derecho al aborto



MANIFESTAÇÃO GUARANI EM DEFESA DOS DIREITOS INDÍGENAS

CMI Brasil, 05.10.2013 03:09

Comissão Guarani Yvyrupa – CGY



Free At Last! Herman Wallace Has Finally Been Released

Boston, 04.10.2013 03:55

Reposted from Angola 3 News After a long, dramatic day, we are humbled to report that the indomitable, irrepressible Herman Wallace has just been released after spending over 4 decades in solitary confinement. View A3 Coalition photos from Herman's release at Flickr and Indybay and a video of his arrival at the LSU hospital.



Continua el bloqueo y acampe

Argentina, 04.10.2013 03:54



Santa Cruz Museum of Art &amp; History Criticized for Lack of Curation

Santa Cruz, CA, 04.10.2013 03:53

After the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History altered its mission statement following the appointment of director Nina Simon two years ago, one critic says the institution has sacrificed the experience of art and history to become a "second community center." In a recent column, Bruce Bratton cites a report that details how museums across the country have been seeking to increase attendance numbers as proof to justify grants and larger sums of monies to subsidize programs.



Tras la represion en Malvinas Argentinas

Argentina, 03.10.2013 03:39

El acampe y bloqueo continua



TRAS LA REPRESION EN MALVINAS ARGENTINAS

Argentina, 03.10.2013 03:39

El acampe y bloqueo continua



Code Pink forces cancellation of GOP fundraiser

DC, 02.10.2013 04:06

On the 1st of October, as the Federal government shut down most public services, Congressman Steve Chabot had planned a fundraising dinner. When he got word that Code Pink was going to show up dressed as billionaires with a "wealthcare" theme, he cancelled the entire event!



Three Upcoming Talks On Theodore W. Allen's The Invention of the White Race

Boston, 02.10.2013 03:55

Theodore W. Allen (1919-2005) was an anti-white-supremacist, working-class intellectual and activist whose work focuses on the centrality of struggle against white supremacy to efforts at progressive social change. He is best known for his pioneering writings beginning in 1965 on the concept of white skin privilege and for his seminal, two volume work The Invention of the White Race (1994 and 1997).



Immigrant Prisoners Organize for Improvements at South Bay, Threaten Hunger Strike

Boston, 02.10.2013 03:55

Reposted from Cradle of Liberty. Forty detainees at Suffolk County House of Corrections (South Bay) in South Boston called off a hunger strike planned for Thursday, September 26, after prison officials agreed to negotiate over poor health conditions, among other issues. On Tuesday, prisoners delivered a letter to the prison administration demanding officials “improve food safety,[...]equalize access to programs and services,[...]and support visitation rights,” according to a press release from supporters.



Agenda Octubre 2013

Argentina, 02.10.2013 03:55



FINAL DE LA CONTROVERSIA EN EL SINDICATO DE MUNICIPALES DE JUJUY

Argentina, 02.10.2013 03:55

“Perro” Santillán certificado como titular del SEOM




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