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Mural por la vida en Vieques

Puerto Rico, 22.11.2014 23:13

La Comunidad Viequense Pinta Mural Carnaval de la Vida



Plaguicidas: La muerte invisible e invisibilizada

Argentina, 22.11.2014 22:49

Argentina, Brasil y Paraguay: La triple frontera (agro) tóxica



Denuncian amenazas a quienes apoyan a los obreros de Lear

Argentina, 22.11.2014 22:49

Grave atentado a militantes del CeProDH: Victoria Moyano y Edgardo Moyano fueron citados a declarar



Plaguicidas: La muerte invisible e invisibilizada

Argentina, 22.11.2014 22:49

Argentina, Brasil y Paraguay: La triple frontera (agro) tóxica



Denuncian amenazas a quienes apoyan a los obreros de Lear

Argentina, 22.11.2014 22:49

Grave atentado a militantes del CeProDH: Victoria Moyano y Edgardo Moyano fueron citados a declarar



UC Santa Cruz Students Occupy Humanities &amp; Social Sciences Building

Santa Cruz, CA, 21.11.2014 22:49

On November 20, students at UC Santa Cruz occupied the Humanities and Social Sciences building and plan to stay inside until the UC Regents roll back the tuition increases they approved this week. Student fees across the University of California system will raise by at least 5% a year for the next five years if the Regents' plan is instituted.



Housekeepers at Harvard-Owned Hotel on Strike Today

Boston, 20.11.2014 23:03

Reposted from Harvard Hotel Justice. Thursday, November 20 - Housekeepers at the Harvard-owned Doubletree by Hilton Boston-Cambridge in Allston are on strike today. It is the first strike of housekeepers in Boston’s history. Harvard housekeepers say Harvard profits from its hotel—$22.6 million in 2012—while workers have confronted pain and sometimes debilitating injuries.



Neuquén: Ataque contra las comunidades Lof Campo Maripe y Wirkalew

Argentina, 19.11.2014 22:52

Vaca Muerta: secuestran mapuches de la comunidad Maripe



Ataque contra las comunidades Lof Campo Maripe y Wirkalew en Neuquén

Argentina, 19.11.2014 22:52

Vaca Muerta: secuestran mapuches de la comunidad Maripe



Dealer of Animal-Derived Antibodies Could Lose License

Santa Cruz, CA, 19.11.2014 22:50

On November 4, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) filed a second complaint against one of the world's largest research antibody suppliers, Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc. (SCBT). It alleges violations of the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) from September 26, 2012, through April 22, 2014. The additional violations outlined in the complaint include repeated failure to provide adequate veterinary care - resulting in needless animal suffering - and repeated research oversight violations.



Peace Activists 'Banned for Life' from Bookshop Santa Cruz for Protesting Leon Panetta

Santa Cruz, CA, 19.11.2014 22:50

On November 10, peace activists in Santa Cruz protested a book signing appearance by Leon Panetta, the one-time Secretary of Defense and CIA Director. Bookshop Santa Cruz hosted the event with a crowd of hundreds in attendance. By the end of the evening, five individuals were "banned for life" from Bookshop Santa Cruz, in retaliation for activities related to the evening's peaceful protest. Additionally, Panetta's security assaulted an Indybay journalist who was documenting the event.



Cabecera de Sección Indymedia Trabajadores

Argentina, 17.11.2014 22:50

Cabecera de Sección Indymedia Trabajadores



JUSTICIA PARA JERE, MONO Y PATOM

Argentina, 17.11.2014 22:50

Triple Crimen de Villa Moreno: las voces del juicio



CASO PARADIGMÁTICO DE LA CRIMINALIZACIÓN DE LA PROTESTA SINDICAL EN NUESTRO PAÍS

Argentina, 17.11.2014 22:50

Por la libertad de los trabajadores de ATE, presos políticos en Santa Cruz



POR JUSTICIA PARA JERE, MONO Y PATOM

Argentina, 17.11.2014 22:50

Triple Crimen de Villa Moreno: las voces del juicio



CASO PARADIGMÁTICO DE LA CRIMINALIZACIÓN DE LA PROTESTA SINDICAL EN NUESTRO PAÍS

Argentina, 17.11.2014 22:50

Por la libertad de los trabajadores de ATE, presos políticos en Santa Cruz



video-photos: Boston Protest Against US Wars on Iraq/ Syria

Boston, 16.11.2014 23:04

The first of monthly Boston peace protests to stop the US wars on Iraq and Syria.



Agenda Noviembre 2014

Argentina, 16.11.2014 22:51



Veterans Against Foreclosures Marches in San Fernando Veterans Day Parade

LA, 16.11.2014 22:49

SAN FERNANDO, CA – On Tuesday, November 11, veterans fighting foreclosure and homeless vets joined Occupy Fights Foreclosures marching in the San Fernando Valley Veterans Day Parade. One out of three unhoused people are veterans. Veteran homeowners and homeless are marching to bring awareness to the ongoing foreclosure crisis. Many veterans continue to fight to stay in their homes while some less fortunate already have joined the countless other homeless people and families on the streets without a roof over their heads. During the foreclosure crisis, banks have taken full advantage of our veterans, who not only have to fight to keep and find jobs, but have to deal with long term illnesses, the high cost of medications, and a bureaucratic system moves slowly, putting them at high risk to lose their homes.

Full story and pictures: Veterans Against Foreclosures Marches in San Fernando Veterans Day Parade by Occupy Fights Foreclosures



Contra violencia machista

Puerto Rico, 15.11.2014 23:14

Lanzan campaña promoviendo educación anti-machista



Free Jeremy Ruiz

Puerto Rico, 15.11.2014 23:14

Cuatro años de cárcel por prender un cigarrillo de marihuana



Lockdown at U.S. Federal Court to Free Palestinian Community Organizer Rasmea Odeh

San Francisco Bay Area, 15.11.2014 22:49

On November 12, activists with the Bay Area Rasmea Defense Committee chained themselves to doors of the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building in Oakland to protest the conviction and imprisonment of 67-year-old Palestinian community organizer Rasmea Odeh. Odeh was convicted on Monday, November 10th in a Detroit federal court of knowingly lying on her immigration application. Hundreds were present in court to support Odeh over the course of her trial in Detroit and across the country solidarity demonstrations have been held demanding that she be freed.



Libro Huelga UPR

Puerto Rico, 14.11.2014 23:06

Vuelven a la carga grupo de activistas UPR



Reading, Writing, and Revolution: Boston Anarchist Bookfair to Convene Hundreds from Across the Country

Boston, 14.11.2014 22:54

Join Us for a Weekend of Books, Art, and Workshops November 23 - 24, 2013 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Boston University George Sherman Union 775 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA



Video/Photos:Anti-war Boston Vets For Peace Parade on Veterans Day 2014

Boston, 14.11.2014 22:54



DE REUTEMANN Y OBEID A BINNER Y BONFATTI: CONTINUIDADES REPRESIVAS EN LA SANTAFESINA

Argentina, 14.11.2014 22:52

Caso Casco: “la ciudad sigue llorando”



DE REUTEMANN Y OBEID A BINNER Y BONFATTI: CONTINUIDADES REPRESIVAS EN LA SANTAFESINA

Argentina, 14.11.2014 22:52

Caso Casco: “la ciudad sigue llorando”



ROBO DE INFORMACIÓN EN CAUSA CONTRA LA POLICÍA DE RÍO NEGRO POR VIOLACIÓN DE DERECHOS HUMANOS

Argentina, 14.11.2014 22:52

Solidaridad con la abogada Marina Schifrin



ROBO DE INFORMACIÓN EN CAUSA CONTRA LA POLICÍA DE RÍO NEGRO POR VIOLACIÓN DE DERECHOS HUMANOS

Argentina, 14.11.2014 22:52

Solidaridad con la abogada Marina Schifrin



The Shortwave Report 11/7/14 Listen Globally!

Portland, 14.11.2014 22:51



Updated Posts: 11.14.14

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 (November 7) 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)

This week's show features stories from Radio Havana Cuba, the Voice of Russia, NHK World Radio Japan, and Radio Deutsche-Welle.

From CUBA- The UN Climate Panel issued its most urgent appeal to date on the need to stop global warming. Mexican police captured the fugitive former mayor wanted for his role in the abduction of 43 missing students. French police fought with people protesting police brutality in several cities, following the death of a 21 year old environmental activist. This week saw new targeted assassinations by US drones in Yemen. According to the New York Times, in 2003 the Bush administration concealed the discovery of chemical weapons in Iraq that had been developed with US support in the 1980s, and then denied medical care to the wounded American soldiers involved.
From RUSSIA- In the UK, the Green party has been gaining popularity along with the new UKIP political party. A discussion on the shift in political parties while the Greens are still excluded from televised debates.
From JAPAN- The lower house of Parliament in Japan passed a bill governing the storage of radioactive waste in Fukushima- it will remain there for 30 years. 44 countries are holding military exercises in the Persian Gulf led by the US Navy, which is also training 100 sea lions to find suspicious persons at sea. Doctors Without Borders reported that there is a rapid increase in Ebola in Sierra Leone. Russia has criticized Japan for joining Western countries in imposing sanctions on Russia in connection with the situation in Ukraine.
From GERMANY- 3 reports on the situation in Ukraine- elections were held in eastern Ukraine which the West will not recognize. Britain threatened to leave the EU over the freedom of movement policy, Germany said the EU would be fine without them, and Britain is now trying to calm tensions. The Canadian military began dropping bombs on Islamic State positions in Iraq. Two suspected Palestinian drivers killed pedestrians in Jerusalem and the West Bank after Israeli police entered the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. In Burkina Faso, western Africa, an agreement was reached Wednesday to stabilize the country following a military coup.



Armistice Day, November 11

Portland, 14.11.2014 22:51

Gather at Pioneer Courthouse Square between 10:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
Short ceremony, including the ringing of bells at 11:11
(Bring a bell if you wish.)
Armistice Day, November 11 2014 (this coming Tuesday)
Ring out War; ring in Peace!
Gather at Pioneer Courthouse Square between 10:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
Short ceremony, including the ringing of bells at 11:11
(Bring a bell if you wish.)

More commonly known as "Veterans Day" in the United States and as "Remembrance Day" in Great Britain, many in the world peace movement prefer to remember November 11 as "Armistice Day," a day that was to commemorate the end of war.

The day marks the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany at Compiegne, France, calling for the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front of World War I, which took effect on the eleventh day and on the eleventh month in 1918. The World War I Christmas Truce, which centenary Veterans for Peace plans to celebrate this December, happened in the first year of the War.

RELATED VIDEO POST FROM THIS EVENT:  http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2014/11/428509.shtml#437282



IWW Workers Take on Whole Foods in San Francisco

San Francisco Bay Area, 14.11.2014 22:51

On November 4, Bay Area voters raised minimum wages in San Francisco and Oakland. On November 6, workers at the San Francisco Whole Foods Market at 4th and Harrison Streets took the fight for fair wages to another level by presenting management with a demand for a $5-an-hour across-the-board wage increase for all employees. On November 14, organized workers at Whole Foods Market will rally with supporters and call on the Regional President to respond at the Northern California Office in Emeryville.



Activists Hold Prayer Vigil for Lexi Dillon and Jonah Rief in Orange County

LA, 14.11.2014 22:50

Lamoreaux judges turned Lexi Dillon (pictured at left) over to a foreigner whom the Tustin police cast reports showed sodomized and raped the girl repeatedly. The foreigner is no longer allowed in the U.S. and due to a lifting of the travel ban on Lexi, as far as anyone knows, neither is she. The alleged molester only has citizenship in Thailand, the site of considerable sex trafficking.

Massive fear surrounds the trafficking of Jonah Rief to Australia via the San Diego courts. A man who is not the father and who did not have to prove paternity was allowed to take Jonah Rief to Australia and he did so using a falsified passport calling the “Rief†boy “Sullivan.†Alabama had issued a protective order against Brian Sullivan on behalf of the child and on behalf of the mother Tammy Rief after Sullivan or someone associated with him uploaded misleading YouTube videos appearing to be aimed at getting people to kidnap Jonah from his Alabama home. California chose not to respect the jurisdictional orders of the court in Alabama, which was Jonah Rief's home state. Jonah entered Australia with Sullivan on February 26, 2013 and disappeared. Nude photos that appeared on March 4, 2013, on the Facebook page of Sullivan's accomplice Sara Francis AKA Denise Glasier AKA Denise Sullivan are believed to have been sales photos.

Full story: Activists Hold Prayer Vigil for Lexi Dillon and Jonah Rief in Orange County by Stand Up Orange County Coalition



Nurses Strike Throughout California and Across U.S.

Santa Cruz, CA, 14.11.2014 22:50

On November 11, two-day strikes started that effect nearly 20,000 registered nurses at 86 Kaiser Permanente hospitals and clinics, a Sutter hospital in Tracy, and Watsonville Community Hospital kicking off a wave of protests in 15 states and the District of Columbia over eroding patient care conditions symbolized by inadequate Ebola safeguards at most U.S. hospitals. Large noon rallies were held at Kaiser Oakland and Kaiser South Sacramento.



One More Death at Santa Cruz County Jail Makes Six In Two Years

Santa Cruz, CA, 14.11.2014 22:50

On November 5, a woman died in the Santa Cruz County Jail. The Santa Cruz Sheriff's Department immediately claimed there was nothing suspicious about the death, calling it a "medical event." Sin Barras, a Santa Cruz-based prison abolition organization, has said the deaths were, "preventable in more ways than one."



No One Should Be Arrested for Helping the Community

Santa Cruz, CA, 14.11.2014 22:50

On November 8, Santa Cruz Food Not Bombs shared food in solidarity with those who have been arrested this week for serving food in public in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Volunteers with Santa Cruz Food Not Bombs have been serving food continuously to the hungry and homeless at the same location, the Santa Cruz downtown post office, for several years now. An event announcement for the solidarity event stated, "No one should be arrested for helping the community. Sharing food is an unregulated act of compassion." Events have been held worldwide in support of those being arrested in Fort Lauderdale.



Ghosts of Wall Street Occupy Hollywood Blvd Halloween Night

LA, 09.11.2014 22:51

HOLLYWOOD, CA -- Dozens of ghosts, grim reapers with bank logos on their scythes, and oversized banker puppets occupied the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Halloween Night as activists from Occupy Fights Foreclosures and Occupy Los Angeles portrayed the "Ghosts of Wall Street."

[The] rally assembled at dusk outside the mosaic-covered Chase Bank at the corner of Sunset & Vine. Familiar icons associated with Occupy Los Angeles filled the courtyard, including Nowhere Man's plea to "Imagine Fairness" and a black-and-glitter banner bearing the message "Fuck the Police."

. . . Led by a wide "The Nightmares From Wall Street" banner, the ghosts, reapers, and bankers marched north on Vine St, then west on Hollywood Blvd towards the intersection of Hollywood & Highland. The crowd responded positively to the procession, shouting out remarks that the "Ghosts of Wall Street" was both creative and true.

On the sidewalk outside the Dolby Theater, across from the El Capitan theater, the activists paused for a moment of street theater. . . .

Full story and photos: Ghosts of Wall Street Occupy Hollywood Blvd Halloween Night by Occupy Los Angeles OWS



Los Angeles Questions Oversized LAPD Response to Million Mask March

LA, 09.11.2014 22:51

LOS ANGELES--People assembled the morning of November 5, 2014 outside Los Angeles City Hall to participate in the worldwide #Anonymous Million Mask March. Signs bearing the messages "We Don't Want to Live in a World Government for the Corporations" and "Occupy Love" were among the dozens on display.

. . . As the march moved into the open space of the shopping mall at Hollywood & Highland, LAPD officers ringed the protest in pairs. Private security officers also came out to confront the masked masses, who continued dancing and waving signs. By remaining in one place for over a half an hour, the scattered participants were able to reunite, and the march was hundreds strong as it resumed down the Walk of Fame.

@LAPDHollywood tweeted "Please avoid Hollywood Blvd near highland due to protest" around 1:30 PM. LAPD Media Relations advised CBSLA.com "An anti-police brutality protest shut down a stretch of Hollywood Boulevard. More than 100 protesters took part in the march."

. . . Citizen journalist @PMBeers expressed her feelings about police: "The fact that riot cops come to peaceful protests and that intimidates people and makes them afraid to express their grievances is insulting. The fact that people equate protesting with getting arrested even if no laws are broken is insulting. It took me two years to realize that yes, in fact, all cops actually are bastards even if they think they are good people doing good things." #ACAP

Full story and pictures: Los Angeles Questions Oversized LAPD Response to Million Mask March by Los Angeles Peoples Media



Boletín Mov. Ñin Negrón

Puerto Rico, 08.11.2014 23:15

El boletín: Los fondos buitres



Venden tierras de Vieques

Puerto Rico, 08.11.2014 23:15

¡Vieques en venta!



Al borde del jaque mate

Puerto Rico, 08.11.2014 23:15

Al borde del jaque mate



Indybay and Layer42 Win $87,000 From Attorney Dionne Choyce

San Francisco Bay Area, 08.11.2014 22:50

On November 3, 2014, United States District Judge Jon S. Tigar awarded legal fees of over $87,000 to the open-publishing news website Indybay and internet service provider Layer42 after dismissing an "objectively baseless" lawsuit filed by Bay Area attorney Dionne Choyce. Indybay is represented pro bono by Roger R. Myers, Leila C. Knox and Jessica Mar of Bryan Cave LLP, who will be redistributing any and all fee payment made by Dionne Choyce to 501(c)(3) organizations.



Proyecto de Ley de Interrupción Voluntaria de Emabarazo (IVE)

Argentina, 06.11.2014 22:51

No hubo Quórum



Proyecto de Ley de Interrupción Voluntaria de Emabarazo (IVE)

Argentina, 06.11.2014 22:51

No hubo Quórum



21st Annual Peace and Unity March in Watsonville

Santa Cruz, CA, 06.11.2014 22:49

The annual Watsonville Peace and Unity March took place on November 1. This year, for the first time since the initial event in 1994, the Watsonville Police Department was given a large role in determining the route of the march. The event was originally founded by the Watsonville Brown Berets, and the group remained primary organizers of the march from the beginning through 2011, but in 2014 organization of the event became professionalized.



Voters Approve Fracking Bans in San Benito and Mendocino Counties

Santa Cruz, CA, 06.11.2014 22:49

Voters in two California counties were able to overcome the oil industry and pass fracking bans by wide margins. Measure J in San Benito County passed with 57% of the vote, and Measure S in Mendocino County passed with 67%.



NUEVA AMENAZA A PUESTOS DE TRABAJADORES DE PRENSA EN LA PLATA

Argentina, 05.11.2014 22:51

La Plata: alerta en diario Diagonales ante posibles despidos encubiertos



The &quot;Cleaning Up&quot; of Venice

LA, 05.11.2014 22:50

If we wish to honestly "clean up" Venice we need an expanded storage program, an adequate number of trash cans and 24/7 bathrooms. The current city program of criminalizing unhoused people does not solve anything and wastes hundreds of thousands of dollars. "Cleaning up" cannot equal criminalization. That is discrimination, and is illegal. The act of being without housing is not a crime.

. . . If we had an expanded storage program and adequate public hygiene, like they do in other communities, like Costa Mesa, [Councilman Mike] Bonin could accomplish his goal of "cleaning up Venice" but without being punitive or harassing vulnerable people. He could actually help them. He could help all of us! It would cost the city far less and be a huge win/win for Venice.

. . . Why not try? Bonin has been made aware of this inclusive program but has not seen fit to implement one yet. He needs to feel public support. . .

Full story: The "Cleaning Up" of Venice by Deborah LaShever



Salinas Police Tase Jaime Garcia to Death

Santa Cruz, CA, 05.11.2014 22:50

Salinas Police have reported that Jaime Garcia, age 35, died after one of their officers tased him during an attempted arrest on Halloween. According to an SPD press release, the five officers involved in the incident were put on administrative leave during the "initital stages" of the investigation. The death of Garcia is the fifth death to occur at the hands of Salinas Police in 2014.



NUEVA AMENAZA A PUESTOS DE TRABAJADORES DE PRENSA EN LA PLATA

Argentina, 04.11.2014 22:52

Alerta en Diagonales.com ante posibles despidos encubiertos




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