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El reclamo de Memoria, Verdad y Justicia una vez más en Plaza de Mayo

Argentina, 14.12.2014 22:51

34º Marcha de la Resistencia: “No es nuestra, no es de las Madres, sino de todos”



El reclamo de Memoria, Verdad y Justicia una vez más en Plaza de Mayo

Argentina, 14.12.2014 22:51

34º Marcha de la Resistencia: “No es nuestra, no es de las Madres, sino de todos”



An Open Letter To Mayor Charlie Hales

Portland, 12.12.2014 22:49

An Open Letter To Portland Mayor Charlie Hales:

Charlie,

Last week you released a statement addressing the Ferguson protests in Portland. Of the several concerns you have for future demonstrations you seem fixated on demonstrators blocking streets, intersections and highways. You add that blocking highways is "foolish and dangerous." There seems to be some confusion on your end in this regard. Blocking traffic is a sign of civil disobedience. It is illegal and it can also be dangerous but the reason demonstrators are doing it, and have been since the struggle for civil rights, is because it brings attention to your everyday, perhaps apathetic, citizens. It inconveniences them and therefore gets their attention. Many people standing on a highway making it clear they will not be moved easily could be seen as dangerous because motorists could decide to run them over or hit them with their vehicles. But which is more dangerous, standing with many citizens on a highway making a statement or allowing citizens to continue to live a country where police kill without reason or impunity? Is it more dangerous to jaywalk or be charged at by bicycles, motorcycles and horses for standing on a sidewalk?

I think you're relinquishing, yet again, your responsibility for keeping your citizens safe. When thousands of Portlanders are taking to the streets and highways without laying a finger on police or personal property, the statement is clear: You will see to it that demonstrations will be violently suppressed by police outfitted in military wear and equipment. You will see to it that "those who do not disperse immediately will be subject to [internationally banned] chemical or less lethal weapons." [...]

One of the other concerns expressed in your statement is about vandalism. Where is this coming from? What property has been damaged during the Ferguson protests? The answer again seems clear: You are vilifying those engaged in civil disobedience to serve your own agenda. Your reasons for doing so are publicly evident. The citizens of Portland have known you are more concerned with rampant commercial development then protecting the people.

Here's the evidence: [...]



Uprising in Berkeley and Oakland Against Police Violence

San Francisco Bay Area, 12.12.2014 22:48

On the heels of nearly two weeks of protests in the East Bay spurred by the Ferguson grand jury decision, demonstrations escalated when the Eric Garner grand jury decision was announced on December 3 in New York City. Nightly since December 6, hundreds have taken to the streets of Berkeley to protest for justice, shutting down highways along the way, with marches reaching through Oakland and Emeryville as well. CHP and Berkeley police have responded aggressively, with hundreds of demonstrators arrested, beaten, and/or injured.



Protesters Shut Down City Council Meeting after Purchase of Armored Vehicle Approved

Santa Cruz, CA, 12.12.2014 22:48

On December 9, the Santa Cruz City Council voted 6-1 to approve the purchase of a $250,000 armored emergency response and "rescue" vehicle. The proposed purchase was placed on the council's consent agenda and was announced with very little notice, but the public quickly mobilized to protest. In response to the city council's vote, members of the public broke out into chants of, "Shame! Shame! Shame!" and Mayor Lynn Robinson then had the chambers cleared by the police.



UCSC Student Walkout Ends with Rally on Roof of Administration Building

Santa Cruz, CA, 12.12.2014 22:48

In a continued series of actions to oppose the tuition hikes approved by the University of California Regents in November, students at UC Santa Cruz left their classes on December 8 and marched around campus and to the administration building. Hundreds of students marched through the building and pounded on walls, including the Chancellor's door. Eventually a group rallied on the roof of the building and an open mic was held.



Clinica Clandestina de Ciudadela

Argentina, 11.12.2014 22:51

URGENTE: 3 Mujeres Detenidas por practicarse Aborto



(A-Radio) Jake Conroy (&quot;From activist to terrorist&quot;) - presentation and interview

Boston, 10.12.2014 23:04

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we documented a presentation by Jake Conroy: "From activist to terrorist". He is an activist for animal liberation from the US, who participated in a campaign to close an animal testing laboratory and was prosecuted and sentenced as a terrorist.

Along with the presentation we recorded an interview as well where he tells a bit more about the US prison system and his experiences with it.



Contra la impunidad y la represión

Argentina, 10.12.2014 22:51

“Reconstruir el movimiento de derechos humanos de cara a nuestro pueblo”



Contra la impunidad y la represión

Argentina, 10.12.2014 22:51

“Reconstruir el movimiento de derechos humanos de cara a nuestro pueblo”



PROJECT VIEWFINDER SCREENING - 12/10/14 - Wednesday 5pm

Portland, 10.12.2014 22:50

2014 PROJECT VIEWFINDER SCREENING PORTLAND

Wed, Dec 10, 2014

5:30 PM -- FREE
Whitsell Auditorium
Portland Art Museum
1219 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR 97205

Homelessness is, and is not, what you think. This series of poignant short films, created by local young adults transitioning from struggle to hope and self-sufficiency, uses personal experience to reveal some of the causes and possible solutions to this important problem in our community. The youth are participants in the School of Film's Project Viewfinder, now in its second year, which partners with area community organizations to teach the tools of filmmaking to disadvantaged populations. Join us for this uplifting testimony to the power of filmmaking to change young lives, and for film to spark a collective sense of community compassion. Thanks to New Avenues for Youth, Outside In, p:ear, SMYRC, BCCTV and the Wheeler Foundation for helping to make this project possible. (100 mins.) [...]

"Project Viewfinder gives youth a chance to draw out their individual talents. They are motivated to believe in themselves after so many others have given up on them."
- Sue Hays, New Avenues for Youth



LO QUE SIGUE: EL ENCUBRIMIENTO POLICIAL

Argentina, 07.12.2014 22:51

Se hizo justicia: penas de hasta 32 años por el Triple Crimen



LO QUE SIGUE: EL ENCUBRIMIENTO POLICIAL

Argentina, 07.12.2014 22:51

Se hizo justicia: penas de hasta 32 años por el Triple Crimen



Cryptowars: Backdoors obrigatórios e retenção de dados

CMI Brasil, 07.12.2014 22:11

Segurança e privacidade



Mov. Ñin Negrón: Noviembre

Puerto Rico, 06.12.2014 23:14

El Boletín: 42%



Asesinato de Mike Brown

Puerto Rico, 06.12.2014 23:14

Licencia para asesinar



Acampe Federal en plaza de Buenos Aires

Argentina, 06.12.2014 22:50

"Hay un pueblo que no tiene voz, o no se lo escucha"



Prueba de ADN y reconstrucción del hecho en el que Luciano fue atropellado

Argentina, 06.12.2014 22:50

Novedades en la causa de Luciano Arruga: “Es muy duro recibir esta confirmación”



“Marcha de la Gorra” contra el gatillo fácil

Argentina, 06.12.2014 22:50

Córdoba: “Más vale gorras embrollando que la policía matando”



Acampe Federal en plaza de Buenos Aires

Argentina, 06.12.2014 22:50

"Hay un pueblo que no tiene voz, o no se lo escucha"



Prueba de ADN y reconstrucción del hecho en el que Luciano fue atropellado

Argentina, 06.12.2014 22:50

Novedades en la causa de Luciano Arruga: “Es muy duro recibir esta confirmación”



“Marcha de la Gorra” contra el gatillo fácil

Argentina, 06.12.2014 22:50

Córdoba: “Más vale gorras embrollando que la policía matando”



The Shortwave Report 12/05/14 Listen Globally!

Portland, 06.12.2014 22:49



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 (December 5) 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 fromRadio Deutsche-Welle, Radio Sputnik, NHK World Radio Japan, and Radio Havana Cuba.

From GERMANY- 3 short reports about the Ebola crisis with opinions from the WHO, Doctors without Borders, and one of the scientists who first identified the virus. In Switzerland a referendum to create a cap on immigration was soundly defeated. Israeli PM Netanyahu has called elections 2 years ahead of schedule, saying that he would not tolerate any opposition in his government. At a NATO conference in Brussels more support for the Ukraine military was granted and a new fast reaction force was created with Russia in mind.
From RUSSIA- An Egyptian court sentenced 185 citizens to death for an attack on a police station. Egypt will make it illegal to "insult" the coup that placed General Sisi in power. Russia will build a new pipeline across the Black Sea to Turkey and abandon the plans for the south stream pipeline. The ruble is plummeting in exchange rates with the US dollar because of oil prices. Russia says that the election in Moldova was corrupt. Then an interview with an American professor Kim Cobb on the UN conference on Climate Change going on in Lima Peru.
From JAPAN- More details on the report that this year saw the highest global temperature in recorded history, underscoring the urgency of discussions on measures to fight global warming. Ukraine has formed a new pro-Western cabinet, including 3 non-Ukrainians granted citizenship by Presidential decree. The Occupy protests in Hong Kong became quite violent over the weekend, with many protestors injured- public support is said to be declining and founders of the movement are seeking new approaches. China warned Britain's lawmakers to stay out of the Hong Kong conflict. Marine Le Pen was reelected as leader of the right wing National Front Party- many observers see her as the leading candidate in the next Presidential election.
From CUBA- French lawmakers voted overwhelmingly in favor of recognizing Palestine as an independent state. The UN general assembly has adopted an Arab backed resolution urging Israel to join the Non-Proliferation Treaty- the US and Canada opposed the resolution that would have Israeli nuclear facilities subject to inspection by the International Atomic Energy Agency. Demonstrations in Mexico over the 43 missing students continued across the country, with demands for an end to government repression of protests. The founder of Argentinian human rights group Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo met with the parents of the missing 43 students in Mexico City. The Syrian government and several foreign-backed opposition groups have agreed to resume peace talks mediated by Russia.

There is an article about the Shortwave Report by Cassandra Roos on line - http://www.campusprogress.org/soundvision/780/big-stories-shortwaves



Jesse is live streaming the Garner demo [12.4.14]

Portland, 06.12.2014 22:49

Live at 7:16...Pioneer square
 http://m.ustream.tv/jessehadden
Rally tonight @ 6:00 @ the justice ctr. [12.4.14]

[Related Post]
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2014/12/428673.shtml
All are welcome to join in the Portland response to the Eric Garner killing non-indictment

 http://www[DOT]ustream.tv/jessehadden?utm_source=crowd-live-backend&utm_medium=visit-channel&utm_campaign=notifications [video]

blazer game ending 9:02 PM (chanting) "I Cant Breath"

police are there (inside and out) - protesters move closer to doors



Thousands Take Boston Streets To Protest Racist Police Murders Of Eric Garner and Michael Brown

Boston, 05.12.2014 23:03

Boston-Dec.4, 2014: Thousands take over Boston streets to protest racist cops.



POR JERE, MONO Y PATOM

Argentina, 04.12.2014 22:51

¿Será justicia? Dictan la sentencia por el Triple Crimen de Villa Moreno



POR JERE, MONO Y PATOM

Argentina, 04.12.2014 22:51

¿Será justicia? Dictan la sentencia por el Triple Crimen de Villa Moreno



EL SISTEMA LEGAL PATRONAL CONDENA SIN PRUEBAS

Argentina, 03.12.2014 22:52

Santa Cruz: Culminó el juicio armado con la excarcelación de los tres trabajadores de ATE



EL SISTEMA LEGAL PATRONAL CONDENA SIN PRUEBAS

Argentina, 03.12.2014 22:52

Santa Cruz: Culminó el juicio armado con la excarcelación de los tres trabajadores de ATE



Organizations Host 'Community Action' Tianguis in San José

San Francisco Bay Area, 03.12.2014 22:50

In Mexico and Central America, a tianguis is traditionally thought of as an open air market where merchandise is sold. To create a space where community organizing skills can be shared, the concept of a "community action" tianguis was created by individuals in the Mayfair community of San José. The first such tianguis was held at Lee Mathson Middle School (MIT) on November 15, and featured participation from a wide range of organizations working in the areas of health, education, labor, food safety, immigration, and legal defense.



Protesting Hewlett-Packard on Black Friday

LA, 02.12.2014 22:50

On Black Friday, three demonstrations against Hewlett-Packard occurred in front of large stores in Greater Los Angeles.

Besides its involvement with Israel, HP is involved in government surveillance of citizens around the world, including in the U.S. About a dozen people turned out for each of the two-hour demonstrations.

Report and photos: Protesting Hewlett-Packard on Black Friday by RP



CORREPI presentó el Informe anual del accionar del aparato represivo del Estado

Argentina, 01.12.2014 22:51

“La represión masivamente representada en el archivo es la de control social”



CORREPI presentó el Informe anual del accionar del aparato represivo del Estado

Argentina, 01.12.2014 22:51

“La represión masivamente representada en el archivo es la de control social”



Bay Area Shuts It Down for Mike Brown After No Indictment for Darren Wilson

Santa Cruz, CA, 01.12.2014 22:49

As expected, the grand jury tasked with determining if there was enough evidence for charging Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the murder of Mike Brown determined that there wasn't probable cause. That night, on November 24, people in Ferguson and across the country began to rise up for Mike Brown and blocked freeways, city streets, and more. Fires were set, merchandise taken from stores, and, on Black Friday, BART was disrupted in West Oakland and shopping centers shut down in San Francisco. Protests continued throughout the week, culminating on the annual Black Friday shopping day. In Northern California, protests were held in Oakland, San Francisco, and Santa Cruz. Hundreds have been arrested in the Bay Area alone.



Indymedia Marks 15 Years of Making Media and Making Trouble

Santa Cruz, CA, 01.12.2014 22:49

The Indymedia (Independent Media Center) project started in late November of 1999, to allow participants in the anti-globalization movement to report on the protests against the WTO meeting that took place in Seattle, Washington, and to act as an alternative media source. The San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center, commonly known as Indybay, started in 2000. By 2002, there were 89 local IMCs around the world spread between 31 countries (plus the West Bank) and 6 continents. By January 2006, the Indymedia network had grown to over 150 Indymedia outlets around the world.



Video/Photos-Native American Day Of Mourning-Thanksgiving Day-Plymouth, Mass.

Boston, 29.11.2014 23:04

Plymouth, Mass.-Nov. 27, 2014-Thanksgiving Day: The 45th Native American National Day of Mourning took place once again this Thanksgiving.



Lacking Trasparency: The Transatlantic Trade And Investment Partnership (TIPP)

Ireland, 29.11.2014 22:50

This article examines the Transatlantic Free T ...



CORREPI Archivo 2014

Argentina, 28.11.2014 22:26

Presentación del informe anual sobre situación represiva en Argentina



CORREPI Archivo 2014

Argentina, 28.11.2014 22:26

Presentación del informe anual sobre situación represiva en Argentina



Join the Fur Free Friday march, Friday November 28th

Portland, 28.11.2014 22:25

Fur Free Friday is the most widely attended annual demonstration in the history of the animal protection movement and the largest animal related free speech event in Portland. Don't miss this opportunity to join with thousands of other activists worldwide for this international day of action.

When: Friday, November 28, 10:30am - 12:00pm (march starts at 11:00am sharp)
Where: South Park Blocks near SW Salmon St. and SW Park Ave

Signs and literature will be provided, but folks are encouraged to make and bring their own, too. Dress for the weather and come rain or shine to speak up for the animals.

The City of Portland requires us to have at least 200 participants to march in the street, so mark your calendars, and please share this event and help spread the word.

Come celebrate Fur Free Friday with us! [...]



A busy Fur-Free Black Friday, March Against Gresham Police, &amp; Opsafewinter! (11/28)

Portland, 28.11.2014 22:25

We also encourage peeps to join the multiple events going on tomorrow, including the Black Friday rally demanding justice for walmart workers (10am), the Fur Free Friday march (10:30am), the Evolve PDX Opsafewinter event (4pm), and the Gresham March Against the Police in Solidarity with Ferguson (6pm).
* For the Black Friday rally we demand $15 and full-time hours for Walmart workers! Join us at the SE 82nd St. Walmart from 10am until 12pm to stand in solidarity with community members and workers ready to strike!

* The plan for this Opsafewinter event is to meet at Elephant Park at 4pm, hand out sack lunches to the homeless and hungry in downtown, then we will all walk to Pioneer Square for the tree lighting. "We will demonstrate against corporate entities and educate the public about how they can help their neighbors in need right here in Portland."

* The March Against Police will Rally at Plaza Del Sol in Gresham at 6pm. We will march to the new police station located at 675 NE 181st Ave. Plaza Del Sol is a park straight ahead of you on 187th after getting off the MAX at the Rockwood/188th MAX Station.

Join us,
 http://youtu.be/MQs7CWKHM9w



Report From Last Night's Ferguson Solidarity March

Boston, 26.11.2014 23:02

Gratitude and power for all the actions last night in solidarity with the community of Ferguson, with Michael Brown's family and all those who face the violence of systemic racism, police brutality and the killing of black and brown people. A few moments of light... At yesterday evening's demonstration in Boston, Sub/Urban Justice youth leaders and community shut down the streets, witnessed at the South Bay detention center, shared our voices in struggle and tried to figure out what hope looks like in these days of despair.



VIDEO: Ferguson Solidarity: Not Guilty 11.25.14. out-take. 2 Arrested in Portland Oregon -

Portland, 26.11.2014 22:49

After a long march through NE SW and NW PDX in the streets (The 2nd) Ferguson Solidarity march (Not the AMA march) was in front of PGE park on the sidewalks and spilling into the street when this video was taken.

Portland Cops arrest 2 protesters at Ferguson Solidarity march on Tuesday night. Not sure why these 2 people were "snatched" or singled out. The bike police casually sneak along the side to bum rush the crowd. The protesters apparently had ended their march and were standing around for about 20 minutes.

Around 8:30 PM a gang of Cops On Bikes slide in from north side and snatch / attack the protesters - 2 arrested.

 http://youtu.be/M7s1HRqELkI (OUT-Take video 4:33 minutes)

RECENT PIMC FERGUSON RELATED POSTS:

*Is The Michael Brown Tragedy Actually A Psyop?
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2014/11/428616.shtml
*12 things white people can do NOW re. Ferguson & Portland
 http://qz.com/250701/12-things-white-people-can-do-now-because-ferguson/
*Breaking News 11.25.14
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2014/11/428607.shtml
*Where & when is the protest against police oppression in Ferguson ?
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2014/11/428602.shtml



VICTORIA OBRERA EN CUTRAL CÓ

Argentina, 24.11.2014 22:51

Cerámica Stefani ahora es CerSinPat



VICTORIA OBRERA EN CUTRAL CÓ

Argentina, 24.11.2014 22:51

Cerámica Stefani ahora es CerSinPat



VIOLENCIA Y COMPLICIDADES

Argentina, 23.11.2014 22:49

Caso Casco: la sombra de la impunidad



ROSARIO: VIOLENCIA Y COMPLICIDADES

Argentina, 23.11.2014 22:49

Caso Casco: la sombra de la impunidad



Reformas a la Ley Electoral

Puerto Rico, 22.11.2014 23:13

La Ley Electoral y los partidos “emergentes”



El aborto es legal

Puerto Rico, 22.11.2014 23:13

Exigen se elimine artículos de aborto del Código Penal por ser un derecho constitucional



Masacre de Guaynabo

Puerto Rico, 22.11.2014 23:13

José Bosch es cristiano y pobre: Prejuicios y mentiras en torno a la Masacre de Guaynabo




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