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BUENOS AIRES Y CÓRDOBA, UNIDAS POR LA VIOLENCIA ESTATAL AL SERVICIO DE LA MULTINACIONAL

Argentina, 18.06.2014 23:04

Brutal represión policial a manifestantes contra Monsanto



“A LOS COMPAÑEROS NO LOS VA A SOLTAR UN TRIBUNAL, SINO QUE LOS VAMOS A ARRANCAR NOSOTROS CON LA LUCHA Y LA MOVILIZACIÓN”

Argentina, 18.06.2014 23:04

Movilización por la Absolución de los Obreros Petroleros de Las Heras



BUENOS AIRES Y CÓRDOBA, UNIDAS POR LA VIOLENCIA ESTATAL AL SERVICIO DE LA MULTINACIONAL

Argentina, 18.06.2014 23:04

Brutal represión policial a manifestantes contra Monsanto



“A LOS COMPAÑEROS NO LOS VA A SOLTAR UN TRIBUNAL, SINO QUE LOS VAMOS A ARRANCAR NOSOTROS CON LA LUCHA Y LA MOVILIZACIÓN”

Argentina, 18.06.2014 23:04

Movilización por la Absolución de los Obreros Petroleros de Las Heras



2014 Bikeathon Sets New Fund Raising Record for Bikes Not Bombs

Boston, 18.06.2014 22:59



[MPL-Curitiba] Liberdade já aos presos pelo Estado de Exceção!

CMI Brasil, 18.06.2014 22:09

militante



La Agencia Para la Libertad en la mira

Argentina, 17.06.2014 23:06

Oscar Castelnovo: “Me armaron una causa anónima, telefónica y embustera”



La Agencia Para la Libertad en la mira

Argentina, 17.06.2014 23:06

Oscar Castelnovo: “Me armaron una causa anónima, telefónica y embustera”



Supreme Court Refuses Argentina Debt Case

Boston, 17.06.2014 23:01

Supreme Court Refuses Argentina Debt Case and Validates Hedge Fund Predatory Behavior



El modelo extractivista y sus consecuencias

Argentina, 16.06.2014 23:06

“El 92% de la selva ha sido deforestada para hacer monocultivo de soja”



El modelo extractivista y sus consecuencias

Argentina, 16.06.2014 23:06

“El 92% de la selva ha sido deforestada para hacer monocultivo de soja”



United We Stand Festival

LA, 15.06.2014 23:02

United We Stand organizers noted, “The Woodstock location withdrew a few days before the event and had to be relocated to a farm (outside of Woodstock). Keep up your spirits, Free & Equal intends for this event to have similar historic implications towards the goal of world peace.†With the success of the last minute change, “this event sets up an even greater path for future festivals.â€

Lee Camp told the audience, “We’re putting our differences aside long enough to realize the two party duopoly is nothing but a sham. We agree on 90% of the structural issues in this country. Ask them what the differences are…in Wall St. or the military-industrial complex or the prison-industrial complex.â€

Immortal Technique opened his short set rapping his chilling song "Bin Laden," accusing the U.S government of masterminding terrorism. "Bush funded al-Qaeda, and now they blame the Muslim religion, even though bin Laden was a CIA tactician, they gave him billions of dollars, and they funded his purpose, Fahrenheit 9/11, that's just scratchin' the surface." He morphed into “The Point of No Return,†indicting the perpetrators of genocide and imperialism throughout history...

Full story and photos: United We Stand Festival Ignites a Wave of Action for Indy Journalists and Active Citizens by Occupy Los Angeles OWS



La justicia contra lxs trabajadorxs

Argentina, 14.06.2014 22:55

Hotel Bauen. No está todo dicho



La justicia contra lxs trabajadorxs

Argentina, 14.06.2014 22:55

Hotel Bauen. No está todo dicho



Vieques: DRNA, ¿es un asunto de nacionalidades?

Puerto Rico, 12.06.2014 23:08

DRNA, ¿es un asunto de nacionalidades?



Como en Rote Flora, Can Vies

Argentina, 12.06.2014 23:06

Okupa RESISTE



Cordoba / Nueva Ley y con represión

Argentina, 12.06.2014 23:06

Se aprobo la Ley Ambiental



Córdoba: Nueva represión contra organizaciones socioambientales y políticas

Argentina, 12.06.2014 23:06

Se aprobó la nueva Ley Ambiental en el marco de una cacería policial contra manifestantes



Córdoba: Nueva represión contra organizaciones socioambientales y políticas

Argentina, 12.06.2014 23:06

Se aprobó la nueva Ley Ambiental en el marco de una cacería policial contra manifestantes



Grand Jury Report on Jail Deaths Only a Snapshot of the Larger Picture

San Francisco Bay Area, 12.06.2014 23:01

Following the release in May of the Santa Cruz County Grand Jury report on jail medical care and conditions, one juror reported he was "shocked" at the lax oversight and poor communication between jail staff and medical personnel that led to five deaths in the facility during the past 11 months. While the "normal" mortality rate is around 125 per 100,000 inmates, Santa Cruz County's rate was 10 times that number during that period.



Como Rote Flora, Can Vies

Argentina, 11.06.2014 23:05

Okupa RESISTE



Proyecto contra Cooperativas

Puerto Rico, 10.06.2014 23:08

Repudio masivo a proyectos legislativos que atentan contra las cooperativas



Contra la política estatal de banalización sobre los Sitios de Memoria

Argentina, 10.06.2014 23:06

Denuncia del espacio Justicia Ya de la Plata: “No a la apropiación del Pozo de Banfield”



Contra la política estatal de banalización sobre los Sitios de Memoria

Argentina, 10.06.2014 23:06

Denuncia del espacio Justicia Ya de la Plata: “No a la apropiación del Pozo de Banfield”



BUROCRACIA SINDICAL Y CAZA DE BRUJAS, AYER Y HOY

Argentina, 09.06.2014 23:06

Ford y Gestamp 38 años después: “no sé si son activistas”



“No al desguace del Banco Nacional de Datos Genéticos”

Argentina, 09.06.2014 23:06

BNDG: Carta abierta al Ministro Lino Barañao



Un importante funcionario del Estado Nacional figura como colaborador civil de la última dictadura cívico-militar

Argentina, 09.06.2014 23:06

El otro Milani



REPRESIÓN E IMPUNIDAD

Argentina, 09.06.2014 23:06

Causa Facundo Rivera Alegre: declaran la nulidad de elevación a juicio



“No al desguace del Banco Nacional de Datos Genéticos”

Argentina, 09.06.2014 23:06

BNDG: Carta abierta al Ministro Lino Barañao



Un importante funcionario del Estado Nacional figura como colaborador civil de la última dictadura cívico-militar

Argentina, 09.06.2014 23:06

El otro Milani



REPRESIÓN E IMPUNIDAD

Argentina, 09.06.2014 23:06

Causa Facundo Rivera Alegre: declaran la nulidad de elevación a juicio



BUROCRACIA SINDICAL Y CAZA DE BRUJAS, AYER Y HOY

Argentina, 09.06.2014 23:06

Ford y Gestamp 38 años después: “no sé si son activistas”



Real Election Reform in Santa Cruz

San Francisco Bay Area, 09.06.2014 23:02

Simba Kenyatta writes: As a former city council candidate and as a poor, African American, my view of campaign finance reform is markedly different than what I hear is going to be proposed. I think that there should be no private money in public elections, at all. The city needs to come up with a way to finance our elections so that every candidate starts out with the same amount of money, and no more. Of course, the first reaction will be, we can't afford that, and our budget won't allow it. Well, I think we can't afford not to. Middle class people tend to have middle class friends, poor people tend to have poor friends, and there, is where the problem lies.



Election Day with Occupy Los Angeles

LA, 08.06.2014 23:06

As Los Angeles went to the polls for the statewide district primary elections, members of Occupy Los Angeles gathered in “Solidarity Park†(otherwise known as the lawn of Los Angeles City Hall on Spring St.) for a picnic and educational outreach action about jury nullification.

When asked what “jury nullification" means, one woman responded, “Juries can not be punished for their verdicts. When you sit on a jury, you have the right to vote according to your conscience and to judge the law being applied to the case.â€

As the march traveled, a woman read a public service announcement about this history of jury nullification: “Did you know that before the Civil War, juries often refused to convict people for helping slaves escape, even though they had clearly broken the Fugitive Slave Laws? And did you know that even before that, most northern states had outlawed slavery as a result of jury verdicts? Most important, did you know that jurors today have the same power to reject bad law as they had back then?

Full story and photos: Election Day with Occupy Los Angeles: Know Your Rights Juror Education Rally by Los Angeles People’s Media



The Shortwave Report 06/06/14 Listen Globally!

Portland, 08.06.2014 23:03

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

Dear Radio Friend, The latest Shortwave Report (June 6) 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=&)

This week's show features stories from Radio Deutsche-Welle, Radio Havana Cuba, the Voice of Russia, NHK World Radio Japan, and Spanish National Radio
From GERMANY- Prosecutors in Germany will go forward and investigate the NSA tapping of Chancellor Merkel's cellphone, and Edward Snowden will be questioned. British Prime Minister Cameron warned that the UK might leave the EU if Jean-Claude Juncker becomes President of the European Commission. President Obama announced plans to spend a billion dollars boosting US military presence in Europe.
From CUBA- Kiev stepped up fighter jet attacks on the eastern Ukraine, with accusations that they are using cluster bombs. The NSA released a single email sent by Edward Snowden questioning the legality of its spying program- Snowden says his sent many before he released documents to the press.
From RUSSIA- The US Department of Energy is missing a deadline for the removal of nuclear waste from Los Alamos National Laboratory because of "radiological health concerns." There was a radiation leak at the so-called permanent underground storage facility in Carlsbad, so barrels of plutonium waste are being stored above ground in Texas and New Mexico.
From JAPAN- The operators of the Fukushima nuclear power plants say that there are more leaks of radioactive water from storage tanks. In the days before the 25th anniversary of Tiananmen Square massacre China strengthened its control of media both domestic and foreign. The Chinese government was angered by stronger Japan/US ties over disputes in the South China Sea. John Kerry denounced the election in Syria as "meaningless," while the White House says it is looking forward to Egypt's President-elect Sisi.
From SPAIN- Lawmakers in the Basque region of Spain adopted a declaration of self-determination, similar to the sovereignty claim made in Catalonia. The Spanish king has abdicated his throne leading to protests against the perpetuation of the monarchy. On the eve of the election in Syria, rebels launched rocket attacks on government controlled areas killing at least 50 people. A Greenpeace ship arrived in the Arctic where a Norwegian firm is set to drill for oil. President Abbas swore in a Palestinian Unity government in a reconciliation with Hamas.



Pedalpalooza Starts Now!

Portland, 08.06.2014 23:03

3+ weeks of bikey fun. With 274 different events, most organized by individuals, bikers of all persuasions are likely to find many events of interest. Nearly all events are free.

Free fun and bikes in the streets!

The Pedalpalooza kick off ride is 6pm afternoon at Col. Summers Park. Hundreds of other great rides all starting today and culminating on June 28th with The Bike Fair.

"THE TRUTH IS, you never really know how a Pedalpalooza ride is going to play out. Sure, people will be shivering and halfway drunk at the World Naked Bike Ride, and there will be more than one Aladdin Sane costume at the Bowie vs. Prince Ride. But part of the fun of Pedalpalooza is that the tenor of these parades can vary from year to year. at the entirely pleasant, tuxedoed leader of last year's Champagne Ride) will unceremoniously pedal away from Gold Dust Meridian without you." - Bike edition from the current Portland Mercury, which also includes the print calendar.

Many Pedalpalooza rides will address freedom, justice, equality, spirituality, and humanity such as Saturday's World Naked Bike ride, the Bizarro 122nd Ride, June 9th's Gentrification Tour and more. Every ride declares that the public street belongs to the people by creating a critical mass of non-motorized human beings. Find the ride(s) that are right for you and if it's not there create your own and post it to the Shift2Bikes calendar.

Three cheers and see you in the street!

homepage: homepage:  http://pedalpalooza.org/
address: address: SE 20th and Belmont



&quot;Inappropriate and unsustainable&quot; Ticknock development plan returns from the dead

Ireland, 07.06.2014 23:09

In 2012 public opposition forced the ditching of a ...



Farmworker Appreciation Day in Salinas

Santa Cruz, CA, 06.06.2014 23:09

AshEl writes, "The movement to create healthy communities begins with appreciation. We want to create a day where we not only express gratitude to the hardworking people who put food on our plates, but also educate the community about the connections between food, climate change, and health. Farmworker Appreciation Day will be held on Sunday, June 15, (Father's Day) at Closter Park in Salinas, from 11 - 3pm."



Movimento Passe Livre se acorrenta na Secretaria de Segurança Pública

CMI Brasil, 06.06.2014 22:11

Repressão à movimentos sociais



Campaña 35 años de agrupación feminista

Puerto Rico, 05.06.2014 23:20

¿Por qué 35 mil mujeres?



(NCM encrucijada)

Puerto Rico, 05.06.2014 23:20

Coyuntura delicada para Puerto Rico



El Boletín, mayo 2014

Puerto Rico, 05.06.2014 23:20

El Boletín: Abramos los ojos



Manifestación en el recinto de Ciencias Médicas

Puerto Rico, 05.06.2014 23:20

UPR: HEEND paraliza estacionamiento de Ciencias Médicas



Brutal agresión policial a pueblos originarios, trabajadores y movimientos sociales

Argentina, 05.06.2014 22:54

Represión en Chaco a la Marcha del Impenetrable



Brutal agresión policial a pueblos originarios, trabajadores y movimientos sociales

Argentina, 05.06.2014 22:54

Represión en Chaco a la Marcha del Impenetrable



Sweepless Nights, Know Your Rights! - Pitch a Tent with Right 2 Survive

Portland, 04.06.2014 23:07

Right 2 Survive supporters will pitch tents along the
Rose Festival Parade route starting Friday morning
Protest/Celebration message: 'Sweepless Nights, Know Your Rights!'

What: Fourth Annual Pitch a Tent for the Right 2 Survive
When: 10am Friday, June 6th until 12pm Saturday, June 7th
Where: SW 4th and Washington, Portland Oregon

PORTLAND, OREGON - June 2, 2013 -The fourth annual public camp-out designed to raise awareness about the criminalization of homelessness in Portland and across the nation, begins at 10:00am Friday, June 6 and will continue through mid-day Saturday. Participants in 'Pitch A Tent for the Right 2 Survive' will set up tents in downtown Portland along the Rose Festival's parade route. Organizers expect hundreds of people to join them in the event that is both a protest and a celebration.

The City of Portland, Oregon permits the public to pitch tents along the Grand Floral Parade route and other parade venues. Every other day of the year camping in the city is outlawed, causing houseless people to seek shelter in doorways, under bridges and in bushes, while simply trying to get some sleep without shelter. Their sleep is often interrupted by police and security guards, who perform routine sweeps. Organizers chose "Sweepless Nights, Know Your Rights" as the theme for this year's Pitch A Tent event, highlighting everyone's need for a peaceful night's rest and the need for houseless people to stand up for their human rights. Organizers want to highlight the Oregon Homeless Bill of Rights, a legislative campaign for a comprehensive law addressing the human rights of houseless people.

"The city allows people to pitch up tents for pleasure, but they won't allow people to pitch a tent to survive. This is wrong." said Leo Rhodes. "Homeless people are just doing human things like sleeping, getting out of the rain and resting." Event organizers want to demonstrate that creative solutions that benefit the entire city can be implemented immediately to address this human rights crisis, including lifting the camping ban and promoting more solutions like Right 2 Dream Too. R2DToo has been so successful that other cities are replicating the model. The rest area has sheltered hundreds of people, allowing many to get a good night's rest and a place to make a fresh start. Over one hundred people who have stayed at R2DToo have been housed and at least 99 have gotten jobs. The non-profit operates with no government funding. [...]



March Against Monsanto in Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA, 04.06.2014 23:06

On Saturday, May 24, millions of people from around the world united, including in Santa Cruz, California, to March Against Monsanto, calling for the permanent boycott of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and other harmful agro-chemicals. Marches occurred on six continents, in 52 countries, with events in over 400 cities. In the USA, demonstrations were held in 47 states.



Committee for Justice in Palestine Divestment Resolution Passed at UC Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA, 04.06.2014 23:06

At approximately 2:45AM on May 28, the University of California, Santa Cruz Student Union Assembly (SUA) passed a resolution calling for divestment from companies that profit from Israeli human rights violations against Palestinians with a majority vote of 22-14. While official discussion of the Divestment Bill was scheduled at 11PM, a SUA member motioned at approximately 8:15 to indefinitely table the bill. The motion failed, and the Divestment testimonials were initiated at 11:30 PM.



March and Prayer Vigil Held in Response to Racial Bullying at UCSC

Santa Cruz, CA, 04.06.2014 23:06

Recently, students at UC Santa Cruz reported to the NAACP that two incidents of what the organization is calling "serious racial bullying" had occurred on the university's campus. In response, the Santa Cruz Branch of the NAACP together with the UCSC Women's Center organized a "March and Prayer Vigil to Stop Hate Crimes and Racial Bullying in Our Community" on May 29. Community members, including students from UCSC, marched down Pacific Avenue and to the Town Clock where songs were sung and a prayer vigil was held.



Families, Residents and Statewide Supporters Fight for Justice in Salinas

Santa Cruz, CA, 04.06.2014 23:06

Following the SPD killing of Carlos Mejia on May 20, residents have struggled against the powers that be in Salinas. On May 25, local politicians and non-profit groups worked to quiet anti-police sentiment at the large march and statewide mobilization against police brutality held in East Salinas. On May 27, the family of Mejia filed a wrongful death legal claim against the City of Salinas, and a May 31 counter-protest was held at the pro-police rally organized by retired SPD officers and law enforcement families.




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