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VIOLENCIA CONTRA PROTESTA POR FALTA DE PAGO Y VACIAMIENTO DE EMPRESA

Argentina, 07.07.2014 22:47

Reprimen a trabajadores ferroviarios de Emfer y Tatsa



06/07 - IV COPA REBELDE DOS MOVIMENTOS SOCIAIS

CMI Brasil, 06.07.2014 22:11

Comitê Popular da Copa - São Paulo



CAUSA POR LOS PERIODISTAS DE LA RNMA HERIDOS POR LA METROPOLITANA

Argentina, 05.07.2014 22:55

No a la impunidad de la policía que disparó plomo en la Sala Alberdi



Tras la crecida de los ríos Uruguay, Paraguay y Paraná

Argentina, 04.07.2014 22:44

Detrás de las inundaciones: corrupción, deforestación, represas y refugiados



Agenda Julio

Argentina, 04.07.2014 22:44



CAUSA POR LOS PERIODISTAS DE LA RNMA HERIDOS POR LA METROPOLITANA

Argentina, 04.07.2014 22:44

No a la impunidad de la policía que disparó plomo en la Sala Alberdi



Tras la crecida de los ríos Uruguay, Paraguay y Paraná

Argentina, 04.07.2014 22:44

Detrás de las inundaciones: corrupción, deforestación, represas y refugiados



DESPIDOS Y SUSPENSIONES EN LA INDUSTRIA AUTOMOTRIZ

Argentina, 02.07.2014 23:06

Obreras y mujeres de trabajadores de Lear instalan carpa frente al Ministerio de Trabajo



DESPIDOS Y SUSPENSIONES EN LA INDUSTRIA AUTOMOTRIZ

Argentina, 02.07.2014 23:06

Obreras y mujeres de trabajadores de Lear instalan carpa frente al Ministerio de Trabajo



U.S. Supreme Court Denies Drakes Bay Oyster Company Petition For Review

San Francisco Bay Area, 02.07.2014 23:01

On June 30, the United States Supreme Court denied the petition for review filed by the Drakes Bay Oyster Company, a private business that has been operating in the Point Reyes National Seashore. The company sued the Interior Department in December of 2012 after former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar decided to let their 40-year lease to expire on its own terms. This decision affirms the 9th Circuit Court of Appeal's denial of the Company's preliminary injunction lawsuit. Environmental groups now hope the Department of the Interior will set in motion a timeline for the company to remove its oyster operation from Drakes Estero.



La Playa Carmel and the Enduring Picket Line

San Francisco Bay Area, 02.07.2014 23:01

After two and a half years of protests at La Playa Carmel, former workers who lost their jobs in 2011 continue to return to the hotel to walk the picket line and protest. At a rally held at the expensive, Carmel-by-the-Sea area hotel on June 20, two of those in attendance were former workers who had each been employed at La Playa for over 20 years before losing their jobs. "We continue to fight La Playa to make sure that employers around this area don't try to hurt us," union organizer Hector Azpilcueta said.



Bay Area and Brazilian Solidarity in Fighting Against Gentrification &amp; Evictions

San Francisco Bay Area, 02.07.2014 23:01

In solidarity with Brazilians protesting the FIFA Would Cup, on June 29, a group of 12 queer radicals blockaded the Google FIFA Float at the San Francisco Pride Parade. "We couldn't pass up the opportunity to connect issues of gentrification and evictions in the Bay Area with the violent displacement of Brazilians who live in the Favelas. The Google/FIFA float was a perfect target for direct action to raise awareness about these issues!" A further solidarity demonstration is set for July 2 at the Brazilian Counsulate.



The Che Cafe Faces Eviction July 13

LA, 01.07.2014 23:04

"The Che, which is a worker-owned collective residing on the University of California campus in San Diego, is being threatened with eviction," Chris Burnett a former collective member, said on Indymedia on Air. "The Che Cafe has been run by students since its foundation in 1980. Many will likely have heard of the Che Cafe as a music venue, which has hosted artists from all over the world; some may have eaten there their famous all-you-can-eat vegetarian dinners; while others may have gone to a political solidarity event.

"During the 1980s, the Che hosted countless events in solidarity with the people all over Central America and worked to bring down Apartheid. In the '90s the Che served as an organizing hub for those in solidarity with the Zapatistas and hosted countless events to oppose the first Gulf War. Today it continues in that tradition, still hosting artists [and] events and is still run collectively. For many of the hundreds of people who have joined the collective, it introduced them to the concepts of collectivity and consensus decision-making.

"The Che to this day serves as a model for a new society, teaching the building blocks of organizing and working together outside of traditional capitalist relations, specifically, the soul-sucking existence of a top-down boss-worker relationship. . . ."

Discussion with collective members (past and present): Indymedia on Air (June 30, 2014) (available for 90 days)

More: Save the Che: Letter from Zack de la Rocha by Chris Burnett

Che Cafe website



Environmental Scientists Ignored to &quot;Make the Timber Industry Happy&quot;

San Francisco Bay Area, 01.07.2014 23:00

The U.S. Forest Service is proposing to log 661 million board feet of timber in the area burned by the Rim fire last summer in California's Stanislaus National Forest. The new proposal would sell almost four times the timber volume sold by the Forest Service in the entire state of California in 2013. It would ignore longstanding rules protecting old-growth trees and destroy habitat for roughly 60 percent of imperiled black-backed woodpeckers.



Police Attack Trans and Queer Activists During SF Pride

San Francisco Bay Area, 01.07.2014 23:00

On June 28, Kink.com sponsored an official San Francisco Pride event called "Pride at the Armory." It was a prison-themed dance party that invited attendees to "get incarcerated." Gay Shame and LAGAI - Queer Insurrection called for a march to disrupt and shut down Pride at the Armory. At least seven people were arrested, including a National Lawyers' Guild Legal Observer. Several protesters were tackled, beaten, and bloodied by SFPD at 16th and Mission streets after the Kink protest.



Occupy Google Demands Dialogue, Gets Arrested

San Francisco Bay Area, 30.06.2014 23:00

On the afternoon of June 24, a group of activists set up tents and banners in front of Google's headquarters in Mountain View, CA. The protester's demanded that Google engage in a conversation about what the company should be doing in the fight for Net Neutrality. The activists claim Google could be doing a lot more, and started the camp-out to apply pressure. Late in the night, ten activists, including a journalist who was livestreaming the event, were arrested for trespassing.



DOCE AÑOS DE LA MASACRE DE AVELLANEDA

Argentina, 29.06.2014 23:05

“Es un solo puño el puño que nosotros tenemos que levantar”



DOCE AÑOS DE LA MASACRE DE AVELLANEDA

Argentina, 29.06.2014 23:05

“Es un solo puño el puño que nosotros tenemos que levantar”



Caltrans Willits Bypass Permit Suspended

San Francisco Bay Area, 29.06.2014 23:00

In a move that stunned but was welcomed by long-time opponents, the Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) suspended the permit for the Caltrans Willits Bypass on Friday, June 20. The project has been highly contested, with Native American involvement and over 50 arrests last year. "This appears to be the first time ACE has ever pulled a permit on an approved project under construction," said Ellen Drell, co-founder of the Willits Environmental Center, one of the project's opponents.



San José Protest in Support of Rasmea Odeh

San Francisco Bay Area, 29.06.2014 23:00

On June 10, activists rallied in front of Martin Luther King Jr. Library in San José to protest the unjust prosecution of 66-year-old Palestinian-American activist Rasmea Odeh. Last October, Homeland Security agents arrested Odeh after the Department of Justice charged her with "unlawful procurement of naturalization." The Obama administration's filing of these charges could result in her being stripped of her U.S. citizenship and deported.



Court set alight in Ennis

Ireland, 29.06.2014 23:00

Metaphorical fires of justice and truth set court ...



Labor Union Rally - Support the School Bus Drivers - 30 June 6pm Dorchester

Boston, 27.06.2014 23:00

After a year of the anti-union Violia Corporations anti-worker management of the Boston Public School bus system workers are organizing to fight the bosses cut backs.



Group Protests Police Shooting in Fresno

San Francisco Bay Area, 26.06.2014 23:01

A large and militant protest was held in Fresno on June 16 after a young man was shot 17 times by two Fresno Police officers on June 11. 100 people protesting the shooting held a rally, attempted to see mayor Ashley Swearengin, and then marched to police headquarters. It was a spirited event, which included several of the family members of the man who was shot 17 times. The protesters demanded changes at the Fresno Police Department (FPD) that would lead to fewer officer involved shootings (OIS).



Andy Lopez Life Celebration March for Peace and Safety for All Children

San Francisco Bay Area, 26.06.2014 23:01

An energetic life celebration and march through Santa Rosa was held on June 7 for Andy Lopez, who would have celebrated his 14th birthday earlier in the week if he had not been shot and killed by Sonoma County Sheriff's Deputy Erick Gelhaus on October 22. Young people were abundant at the birthday celebration. Some who appeared to be not much more than elementary school aged could be seen helping organize the proceedings, with many guardians simply watching and playing more of a background role.



Santa Cruz Community Holds Vigil for Iraq and Iraqis

San Francisco Bay Area, 26.06.2014 23:01

In response to the recent threat of U.S. military attacks in Iraq, community members in Santa Cruz held a vigil for the Iraqi people on June 23 at the Town Clock. Those who participated in the vigil are calling for nonviolent diplomacy, reparation and repairs, no military intervention in Iraq, and an end to weapons sales in the Middle East. "We are sick and tired of violence being thought of as a way to prevent violence," Marjorie Langdon said at the vigil.



Solidaridad HEEND con uniones corporaciones públicas

Puerto Rico, 25.06.2014 23:08

La HEEND siempre solidaria con el movimiento obrero



Autonomía Universitaria

Puerto Rico, 25.06.2014 23:08

APPU exhorta a Presidente UPR a defender la fórmula de la institución y su Autonomía



Contra Ley de Sostentabilidad Fiscal

Puerto Rico, 25.06.2014 23:08

A detener la producción para derrotar la ley de sostenibilidad fiscal



Violencia de Género

Argentina, 25.06.2014 23:06

Las injusticias de la Justicia



ANÁLISIS CRÍTICOS SOBRE LA DEUDA ILEGÍTIMA

Argentina, 25.06.2014 23:06

Después del Club de París, fondos buitres



Violencia de Género

Argentina, 25.06.2014 23:06

Las injusticias de la Justicia



Violencia de Género

Argentina, 25.06.2014 23:06

Las injusticias de la Justicia



ANÁLISIS CRÍTICOS SOBRE LA DEUDA ILEGÍTIMA

Argentina, 25.06.2014 23:06

Después del Club de París, fondos buitres



The Show Goes On and On for the Santa Cruz Eleven

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.06.2014 23:00

After a court hearing on June 3, the Santa Cruz County District Attorney's office faces disqualification and the remaining four Santa Cruz Eleven defendants are left without a trial date. The case continues to cost tax payers thousands, and the defendants continue to fight the charges. Their attorneys have filed a motion to recuse the Santa Cruz District Attorney's office from the case based on bias stemming from DA Bob Lee's financial relationship to the "victim" of the case Wells Fargo.



[Radio Cordel Libertario] Relato Protesto 13/06 Salvador/BA

CMI Brasil, 25.06.2014 22:10

Rádio Cordel Libertário



Despido ilegal en Ikea

Puerto Rico, 23.06.2014 23:09

Trabajadores del almacén Ikea exigen restitución de activista sindical despedido



Impuesto a los refrescos

Puerto Rico, 23.06.2014 23:09

Unionados de Pepsi rechazan "refrescazo" del PC1844



Banco de Datos Genéticos: audiencia pública contra su traspaso y privatización

Argentina, 23.06.2014 23:07

Mirta Baravalle: “El Banco de Datos Genéticos del Hospital Durand es irremplazable”



Banco de Datos Genéticos: audiencia pública contra su traspaso y privatización

Argentina, 23.06.2014 23:07

Mirta Baravalle: “El Banco de Datos Genéticos del Hospital Durand es irremplazable”



Reducing Beef Intake by One Pound Saves More Water Than Not Showering for Six Months

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.06.2014 23:02

California is experiencing a serious drought and the corporate media is filled with recommendations on how to save water: Switch to dry landscaping; don't run water when you are shaving or brushing your teeth; install low­-flow shower­heads; and don't wash your car. All those ideas would help, but much less than people think. An astounding 93% of California's water goes to agriculture.



#OcupeEstelita

CMI Brasil, 23.06.2014 22:10

Recife



Ato em Porto Alegre é brutalmente atacado por ação criminosa da Brigada Militar

CMI Brasil, 23.06.2014 22:10

Repressão



Protestos em Curitiba

CMI Brasil, 23.06.2014 22:10

CMI-Curitiba



Protestos contra a Copa

CMI Brasil, 23.06.2014 22:10

Belo Horizonte



Cobertura dos protestos contra a Copa no Rio de Janeiro

CMI Brasil, 23.06.2014 22:10

CMI-Rio de Janeiro



Protestos durante a Copa do Mundo em São Paulo

CMI Brasil, 23.06.2014 22:10

CMI-São Paulo



Photos-Video:Boston protests new US war on Iraq-June 21, 2014

Boston, 22.06.2014 23:01



Family Demands Transparent Investigation Into Killing of Yanira Serrano Garcia

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.06.2014 22:59

On June 18, Tony Serrano stood before the Half Moon Bay City Council to demand justice for his sister, Yanira Serrano Garcia. Yanira was killed by San Mateo County Sheriff's deputy Menh Trieu on June 3 when she was having a health crisis outside of her home at the Moonridge housing complex. The Serrano family and their supporters are asking the Half Moon Bay City Council to support a number of resolutions, including one that calls for a transparent criminal investigation into the killing of the 18-year-old.



Furious Homeowners Occupy Lobby of Fannie Mae in Pasadena

LA, 19.06.2014 23:05

PASADENA—More than fifty people filled the office lobby of Fannie Mae on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 in a call for the federal housing agency to change policies which are evicting long-term homeowners.

The crowd gathered to call attention to the plight of Jaime and Juana Coronel, an Azusa couple who have “worked their whole life to afford the house they’ve lived in for almost 25 years. The Cornels lost their home of 25 years to improper foreclosure. Now, the Cornels, after renting three years from Fannie Mae, they qualify to buy back their home. We have a letter here today that proves that the Coronels are qualified to buy back their home at fair market value, but Fannie Mae won’t sell it back to them at market price. Fannie Mae is intent on evicting the Coronels to sell this house at the same price, that the Coronels can afford, but to someone else.â€

Full story and photos: Furious Homeowners Occupy Lobby of Fannie Mae in Pasadena by Los Angeles People’s Media



video/photos-No new US war on Iraq protest-Harvard Sq.

Boston, 19.06.2014 23:01




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