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NCM Islas

Puerto Rico, 23.07.2015 23:04

Cuenta regresiva para las islas estratégicas



IWW Member Acquitted on All Charges

Boston, 23.07.2015 22:52

On Tuesday July 21, IWW member Jason was cleared of all the phony charges dating from an arrest in November 2013. Jason was falsely charged with assaulting a cop, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct after Cambridge and Harvard Police attacked an IWW picket at Insomnia Cookies. Workers at Insomnia went on strike in August 2013 over below minimum wage pay and illegal denial of breaks. Their demands included $15/hr, health care, and a union. The strike was later settled with strikers receiving back pay and offers of re-employment.



Discusión libertaria, mayo 2015

Puerto Rico, 22.07.2015 23:04

Carta Abierta al Movimiento Estudiantil, Movimiento Comunitario y la Clase Trabajadora



Fraude en sistema carcelario

Puerto Rico, 22.07.2015 23:04

Confinados denuncian fraude en el Departamento de Corrección



AGROTÓXICOS: CONTAMINACIÓN GENERALIZADA

Argentina, 22.07.2015 22:51

San Nicolás: Atanor, un mal que envenena y mata



AGROTÓXICOS: CONTAMINACIÓN GENERALIZADA

Argentina, 22.07.2015 22:51

San Nicolás: Atanor, un mal que envenena y mata



Protestan para que no se pague la deuda

Puerto Rico, 21.07.2015 23:04

Protestan para que no se pague la deuda



Mov. Ñin Negrón: Abril 2015

Puerto Rico, 21.07.2015 23:04

El Boletín: Los culpables



50 aniversario de la muerte de Albizu

Puerto Rico, 21.07.2015 23:04

Albizu Campos: su muerte, su velatorio, su entierro y la participación de la juventud



Lucha estudiantil verano 2015

Puerto Rico, 21.07.2015 23:04

¿Empezó el mambo?: comentarios para trazar una estrategia de lucha



Mov. Ñin Negrón: Mayo 2015

Puerto Rico, 21.07.2015 23:04

El Boletín: Opciones



5 MIL TRABAJADORES EN LA CALLE

Argentina, 20.07.2015 22:50

Cierre y despidos en Cresta Roja



Las repercusiones del “acuerdo” entre Grecia y la troika

Argentina, 20.07.2015 22:50

Crisis de la democracia representativa en Europa



5 MIL TRABAJADORES EN LA CALLE

Argentina, 20.07.2015 22:50

Cierre y despidos en Cresta Roja



Las repercusiones del “acuerdo” entre Grecia y la troika

Argentina, 20.07.2015 22:50

Crisis de la democracia representativa en Europa



The end of capitalism

Portland, 20.07.2015 22:49

Without us noticing, we are entering the postcapitalist era. At the heart of further change to come is information technology, new ways of working and the sharing economy. The old ways will take a long while to disappear, but it's time to be utopian.
www.openculture.com gives us 700 free movies, 700 free E-books and 450 free audio books. The information economy is an economy of abundance that challenges the past economy of scarcity.
to read Paul Mason's "The end of capitalism" published on July 16, 2015 in The Guardian, click on

 http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/jul/17/postcapitalism-end-of-capitalism-begun

Why should we not form a picture of the ideal life, built out of abundant information, non-hierarchical work and the dissociation of work from wages\?



Video/Photos:Iran-US nuclear agreement rally-Boston 7/18/2015

Boston, 19.07.2015 22:53

Boston Common-July 18, 2015: About 15 anti-nuclear weapons activists held a rally/speakout in support of the new Iran-US nuclear agreement.



LA LUCHA EN MONSA: EL GOBIERNO NACIONAL SE LAVA LAS MANOS

Argentina, 17.07.2015 22:52

Contra el cerco policial, trabajadores de la 60 movilizaron al Ministerio de Trabajo



LA LUCHA EN MONSA: EL GOBIERNO NACIONAL SE LAVA LAS MANOS

Argentina, 17.07.2015 22:52

Contra el cerco policial, trabajadores de la 60 movilizaron al Ministerio de Trabajo



Defence SC: “He wasn’t physically aggressive, would you agree?” Shell security guard: “Yes”

Ireland, 17.07.2015 22:51

Day 4 of Corrib Gas Trial, Castlebar Circuit Court ...



U.S. Social Forum Puts San José on the Map of Social Change

San Francisco Bay Area, 16.07.2015 22:49

The United States Social Forum 2015 was held June 24-28 in San José. A thousand activists from hundreds of organizations worked on strategies for necessary alternatives and system change. Food Sovereignty, Living on the Edge of Silicon Valley, Taking our Health Back, Crisis of the California Water Commons, No More Deaths: Resisting Border Militarization, Cooperative Economics, and Movements Making Media were just some of the more than a hundred topics discussed.



Rock Paper Scissors Being Displaced After More Than Ten Years on Telegraph Avenue

San Francisco Bay Area, 16.07.2015 22:49

Founding member of the First Friday Oakland Art Murmur Rock Paper Scissors Collective writes: With a little volunteer elbow-grease and fundraising effort, the Rock Paper Scissors Collective (RPSC) was born - a destination where the community could come together, organize, share skills, knowledge and create. Now, we are being forced out of our space. The Collective's long time landlord plans to charge market value for the space, well beyond what we can afford as an all-volunteer run nonprofit. As of August 31st, RPS will be without a home.



Increased Wildlife Protections Secured for California Solar Flats Project

Santa Cruz, CA, 16.07.2015 22:49

Conservation groups have reached an agreement with First Solar, Inc. to provide additional conservation protections to wild lands and wildlife as part of construction of the California Flats Solar Project, a proposed 280-megawatt solar energy project in Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties. It will affect 2,720 acres of important habitat for a number of rare and sensitive plants and animals. The project site is currently part of the 72,000-acre "Jack Ranch," which is owned by the Hearst Corporation and currently operated as a cattle ranch.



Santa Cruz Sheriffs Shoot and Kill Mentally Ill Teenager in Boulder Creek

Santa Cruz, CA, 16.07.2015 22:49

Donations are being sought to support the family of 17-year-old Cyrus Hurtado, who was shot and killed by two Santa Cruz sheriff's deputies in Boulder Creek on July 9. Hurtado, who reportedly suffered from mental issues, was killed after a family dispute at his grandparents' house where he lived, and their home and possessions were severely damaged by the deputies' gunfire.



After Years in Court, Case Closes for Three of the Santa Cruz Eleven

Santa Cruz, CA, 16.07.2015 22:49

On July 14, three of the remaining Santa Cruz Eleven defendants agreed to a plea deal with the prosecution, and it is likely the last remaining member of the group will follow suit at his upcoming hearing, bringing to a close the Occupy-era case that has been slowly moving along since 2011. Defendants entered pleas of "no contest" to a charge of misdemeanor trespass. The felony vandalism charge was dropped.



PARANÁ: EL CASO DE MAIA FARÍAS

Argentina, 15.07.2015 22:51

Otra madre pobre declarada culpable



LA LUCHA EN MONSA: CORTE EN EL PUENTE PUEYRREDÓN Y PLENARIO ABIERTO

Argentina, 15.07.2015 22:51

Ante el cerco represivo contra los trabajadores de la Línea 60



PARANÁ: EL CASO DE MAIA FARÍAS

Argentina, 15.07.2015 22:51

Otra madre pobre declarada culpable



LA LUCHA EN MONSA: CORTE EN EL PUENTE PUEYRREDÓN Y PLENARIO ABIERTO

Argentina, 15.07.2015 22:51

Ante el cerco represivo contra los trabajadores de la Línea 60



Richmond Community Takes the Streets for Richard &quot;Pedie&quot; Perez

San Francisco Bay Area, 15.07.2015 22:50

On June 27, friends, family, and supporters of Richard "Pedie" Perez, killed by Richmond police, took the streets downtown. The diverse group chanted, held signs, and distributed flyers. The march, which followed a rally outside of the Richmond BART station, came after a recent decision by the District Attorney which ruled the police killing of Perez was justifiable. Richard "Pedie" Perez was shot and killed by officer Wallace Jensen outside of a liquor store in Richmond on September 14, 2014.



Somerville 18 Need Support

Boston, 14.07.2015 22:54

On January 15, 2015, the #Somerville18, a group of Pan-Asians, Latinos, and white people, some of whom identify as queer or transgender, stood in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement by temporarily blocking the I-93 highway in Massachusetts. The demonstration called for the end to racial profiling, incarceration, murders, and other forms of police violence against Black people in the United States and beyond.



Salinas Rodeo Hides Animal Injuries in Violation of California Law

Santa Cruz, CA, 14.07.2015 22:50

The California Rodeo Salinas is scheduled to start on July 16, yet the rodeo refuses to change its illegal practice of hiding injuries to animals. In December 2014, the national nonprofit Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) filed a lawsuit on behalf of the animal rights group Showing Animals Respect and Kindness (SHARK) against the rodeo for failing to report animal injuries to the state veterinary medical board, as required under California law.



METALÚRGICOS EN HUELGA POR DOCE DESPIDOS

Argentina, 13.07.2015 22:52

Continúa el conflicto en Acindar: Villa en marcha



METALÚRGICOS EN HUELGA POR DOCE DESPIDOS

Argentina, 13.07.2015 22:52

Continúa el conflicto en Acindar: Villa en marcha



DISPUTA POR LA CIUDAD SAGRADA

Argentina, 10.07.2015 22:53

“El objetivo de la detención del Cacique Chaile es desorganizar la Comunidad India Quilmes”



Chaile

Argentina, 09.07.2015 22:51



SF Pride Weekend Follows Historic Supreme Court Ruling on Marriage Equality

San Francisco Bay Area, 09.07.2015 22:50

Same-sex weddings took place across the country after the Supreme Court ruled on June 26 that all 50 states must now permit LGBTQ couples "the fundamental right to marry." After the Supreme Court's historic ruling on marriage equality, many LGBT organizers are now redirecting their attention to obtaining federal, state and local legal protections in areas of employment, housing and commerce. Locally, activists want to shift the focus to issues that LGBT immigrants and prisoners face in detention centers across the U.S.



POR LA REINCORPORACIÓN DE LOS DESPEDIDOS Y LA ESTATIZACIÓN DE LA EMPRESA

Argentina, 08.07.2015 22:50

Se movilizaron los trabajadores de la Línea 60



LESA HUMANIDAD: 60 GENOCIDAS IMPUTADOS POR DELITOS COMETIDOS CONTRA 800 VÍCTIMAS

Argentina, 08.07.2015 22:50

Comenzaron los alegatos en el tercer tramo de la Megacausa ESMA



POR LA REINCORPORACIÓN DE LOS DESPEDIDOS Y LA ESTATIZACIÓN DE LA EMPRESA

Argentina, 08.07.2015 22:50

Se movilizaron los trabajadores de la Línea 60



LESA HUMANIDAD: 60 GENOCIDAS IMPUTADOS POR DELITOS COMETIDOS CONTRA 800 VÍCTIMAS

Argentina, 08.07.2015 22:50

Comenzaron los alegatos en el tercer tramo de la Megacausa ESMA



Final decisions had been made about adding more exceptions to the &quot;Sidewalk Management&quot;

Portland, 08.07.2015 22:49

Commissioner Novick (and members of City Council):

We were quite disturbed to receive information from your aide Bryan Hockaday that final decisions had been made about adding more exceptions to the "Sidewalk Management Ordinance" without broad public input, and particularly without apparent outreach to actual homeless persons who might be affected by the decision.
Portland Copwatch contacted you on January 26th after learning that the Portland Business Alliance was asking for a large number of new "homeless-free zones." (That email is attached, below.) In that letter we recommended that decisions about adding exclusions should be considered publicly, perhaps by the oversight committee that was required when the SMO was adopted but which was disbanded in 2012. Yet now we've read in the Portland Mercury that outreach was done to a small number of homeless advocacy organizations and the decision was made behind closed doors.



Winnemen Wintu and Allies Protest Governor's California Water Summit

San Francisco Bay Area, 08.07.2015 22:49

The Winnemem Wintu Tribe and other tribal representatives and their allies rallied, chanted, sang and waved signs on the sidewalk in front of Westin Hotel on June 29 and 30 outside the Second California Water Summit in Sacramento. They were there to protest Governor Jerry Brown's efforts to exclude California Tribes, environmentalists, fishermen and other key stakeholders in this public meeting about massive state water infrastructure projects proposed under Proposition 1, the $7.5 billion water bond.



Community Rallies Behind Vandalized Gay, Lesbian, Transgender Mural in the Mission

San Francisco Bay Area, 08.07.2015 22:49

On July 1, hundreds came together in spirit, unity, and love to transform the unacceptable destruction of the mural on the outside wall of Galeria de La Raza in the Mission District of San Francisco. The mural installed by the Los Angeles Maricon Collective is a celebration of LGBTQ people, and accompanies the presentation in the Galeria, The Q-Sides.



Peace and Justice Community Returns to Ocean Street for Annual 4th of July Rally

Santa Cruz, CA, 08.07.2015 22:49

On the 4th of July, community members in Santa Cruz brought messages of peace, justice, and equality to Ocean Street as they greeted visitors entering town for the busy holiday. Every year a variety of groups working on peace and justice issues rally along Ocean Street as thousands of people make their way to the beach and the Boardwalk.



Grand Jury Finds Lack of Accountability for Medical Services at Santa Cruz Jails

Santa Cruz, CA, 08.07.2015 22:49

In June the Santa Cruz County Grand Jury released its report: "Medical Services at the Jails: How Does the Sheriff­ Coroner Manage Oversight?" Since 2012, Santa Cruz County has outsourced its jail medical services to the private for-­profit corporation California Forensic Medical Group (CFMG). The Grand Jury has found that there is, "a lack of transparency and accountability on the part of CFMG and there is insufficient oversight by the Sheriff ­Coroner's office," according to the report.



Community Campout Ends with Citations

Santa Cruz, CA, 08.07.2015 22:49

On July 4, community members in Santa Cruz held a public campout at Santa Cruz City Hall, but it was quickly cut short by police at about 1am. The campout was organized in response to the recent reduction of services at the Homeless Services Center that occurred due to a funding deficit, as well as to protest local laws that criminalize sleeping outdoors.



Twiter

Argentina, 07.07.2015 22:50



TRABAJADORES DE MONSA CONTRA EL DISCIPLINAMIENTO ANTISINDICAL Y LOCKOUT PATRONAL

Argentina, 07.07.2015 22:50

Línea 60: “Rompimos el cerco policial”



TRABAJADORES DE MONSA CONTRA EL DISCIPLINAMIENTO ANTISINDICAL Y LOCKOUT PATRONAL

Argentina, 07.07.2015 22:50

Línea 60: “Rompimos el cerco policial”




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