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LOS LÁPICES SIGUEN ESCRIBIENDO

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Marchas a 40 años de la Noche de los Lápices



PASAN LOS GOBIERNOS, CONTINÚA LA IMPUNIDAD

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Marchas a 10 años del secuestro y desaparición de Jorge Julio López



PASAN LOS GOBIERNOS, CONTINÚA LA IMPUNIDAD

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Marchas a 10 años del secuestro y desaparición de Jorge Julio López



LOS LÁPICES SIGUEN ESCRIBIENDO

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Marchas a 40 años de la Noche de los Lápices



Activists Lock Down Entrances to Urban Shield Expo on Its 10th Anniversary

San Francisco Bay Area, 21.09.2016 22:34

On September 9, activists chained themselves to the entrances of the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton to protest Urban Shield, the SWAT training and weapons expo hosted annually by the Alameda County Sheriff's Department. Hundreds of community members from cities across California, including Oakland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Sacramento, marched and rallied. Twenty-three activists were arrested, cited, and released.



Strike to End Prison Slavery

San Francisco Bay Area, 21.09.2016 22:34

On September 10, over 300 people took part in a march, rally, and demonstration in solidarity with the ongoing Prison Strike happening across US prisons, jails, and detention facilities. People gathered at Latham Square in downtown Oakland where several speakers addressed the crowd. Grabbing banners, flags, and signs, people then took to the streets and marched to several corporations that profit from prison labor. AT&T, UPS, and Bank of America were called out for their use of prison labor.



JÁCHAL, LA LUCHA DE UN PUEBLO POR LA VIDA

Argentina, 13.09.2016 22:35

A un año del derrame de cianuro de la Mina Veladero



JÁCHAL, LA LUCHA DE UN PUEBLO POR LA VIDA

Argentina, 13.09.2016 22:35

A un año del derrame de cianuro de la Mina Veladero



Three Federal Agencies Block Dakota Access Pipeline

Santa Cruz, CA, 11.09.2016 22:33

On September 9, a federal judge denied the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's motion to stop the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota. Minutes later, the U.S. Department of Justice, Department of the Army, and Department of the Interior issued a joint statement announcing a temporary halt to work on the pipeline. Actions in support of the Water protectors continue to be held across California in response to the global call for solidarity by the Standing Rock protest camps for September 3-17.



LESA HUMANIDAD: LA MEMORIA POPULAR Y LA LUCHA POR JUSTICIA

Argentina, 09.09.2016 22:34

Acto señalización de la esquina donde fue secuestrado Juan Carlos Anzorena en 1979



SE PROFUNDIZA OFENSIVA REACCIONARIA EN ARGENTINA: “ZURDITA, TE VAMOS A HACER MIERDA”

Argentina, 09.09.2016 22:34

Amenazaron a la diputada Myriam Bregman, del Frente de Izquierda



LESA HUMANIDAD: LA MEMORIA POPULAR Y LA LUCHA POR JUSTICIA

Argentina, 09.09.2016 22:34

Acto señalización de la esquina donde fue secuestrado Juan Carlos Anzorena en 1979



SE PROFUNDIZA OFENSIVA REACCIONARIA EN ARGENTINA: “ZURDITA, TE VAMOS A HACER MIERDA”

Argentina, 09.09.2016 22:34

Amenazaron a la diputada Myriam Bregman, del Frente de Izquierda



Hate Crime In Gresham,OR

Portland, 09.09.2016 22:33

Many people have been gleefully egging on a race war this year, especially in wake of recent events. Clearly, some of these so-called "race warriors" can't wait, though.

Larnell Malik Bruce had recently moved in with family in Gresham,OR. Bruce was at a 7-Eleven store on 188th and E. Burnside close to midnight on Wednesday August 10th 2016. He was reportedly charging his phone and talking with a friend. It was at this moment that Bruce was attacked by two white supremacist thugs without provocation. The two pieces of white trash were later identified as 38 year old Russell Courtier and his girlfriend/whore 35 year old Colleen Hunt. Bruce was standing outside the convenience store when the two white thugs drove up in a 1991 Jeep Wrangler. According to witnesses, within seconds a fist fight had broken out between the two men, with Hunt egging her boyfriend on. At one point, [...]



PDX March to End Prison Slavery &amp; White Supremacy: Sept. 9

Portland, 09.09.2016 22:33

2PM: Teach-in at Chapman Square
3PM: March to Prison Profiteers
6PM: Reconvene at Chapman for a Noise Demo @ the Justice Center (across the street from Chapman Square)

The strike, which starts officially on September 9th, the 45th anniversary of the Attica Uprising, is historic. The strike is being led by groups such as the Free Alabama Movement, Free Texas Movement, Free Ohio Movement, Free Virginia Movement, Free Mississippi Movement, and many more. Prisoners have asked that supporters hold noise demonstrations outside jails and prisons, protest, disrupt, and demonstrate outside of corporations that profit from prison labor, and also support the strike that is happening across the US.



SFSU Concludes Protest Targeted Israeli Policies, Not Jewish Students

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.09.2016 22:33

When San Francisco Hillel sponsored the Mayor on a visit to San Francisco State University (SFSU) on April 6, a group of 20 student protesters stood on the sidelines inside the venue and chanted in protest of the Mayor's controversial policies towards Palestinians. Student protesters were accused of threatening Jewish students with violent and anti-Semitic messages. On September 1, SFSU released a report that concluded that the protest focused on the Mayor for the policies he promotes.



Protection of Sacred Sites Leads to Clash with Dakota Access Pipeline Private Security

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.09.2016 22:33

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe filed an emergency motion on September 4 for a temporary restraining order to prevent further destruction of the Tribe's sacred sites by the Dakota Access Pipeline. On the previous day, Water protectors clashed with security to successfully stop pipeline construction and some were viciously attacked by guard dogs. Protest camps have issued a global call for solidarity actions to be held September 3-17. In the Bay Area, solidarity actions will take place in Sacramento on September 7 and San Francisco on September 8.



LCLAA Resolution In Solidarity with Farmworkers In San Quintín and Skagit County

Santa Cruz, CA, 05.09.2016 22:32

The National Labor Council for Latin American Advancement passed a resolution in solidarity with farmworkers at the 21st LCLAA National Membership Convention held August 18-20 in Orlando, Florida. In the resolution, the Sacramento LCLAA Chapter went on record in support of "the struggle of the 70,000 farmworkers in San Quintin and the 468 farmworkers in Skagit County, Washington, for better wages, working conditions, and the recognition of their fighting unions..."



Social Justice Organizations Party with Santa Cruz Cop Who Broke Elderly Woman's Arm

Santa Cruz, CA, 05.09.2016 22:32

On August 28, a number of organizations in Santa Cruz partnered to throw a party with the goal of bringing together the police with the social justice community. The party was called the "NAACP Peace Party" and among the officers that showed up was Santa Cruz Police Lieutenant Christian LeMoss, who broke the arm of a 60-year-old disabled woman when he arrested her on May 9, 2008.



Yes on Measure Z Campaign Kick-Off

Santa Cruz, CA, 05.09.2016 22:32

The official campaign kick-off party for Yes on Measure Z, to ban fracking in Monterey County, will be held in Salinas on Saturday, September 10. A rally will be held in addition to the grand opening of the campaign's new headquarters, which is located in the heart of Salinas on Main Street. Measure Z made it to the November ballot as the result of months of work by volunteers with Protect Monterey County, a group working to safe-guard local water supplies and protect the county's agricultural production.



Agenda Septiembre 2016

Argentina, 04.09.2016 22:34



GOLPE DE ESTADO EN BRASIL Y LA OFENSIVA RESTAURADORA NEOLIBERAL

Argentina, 04.09.2016 22:34

El escenario regional después de Dilma



TESTIGO CLAVE EN LA CAUSA QUE CONDENÓ AL GENOCIDA ETCHECOLATZ

Argentina, 04.09.2016 22:34

Se cumplirán 10 años de la segunda desaparición de Jorge Julio López



“NI UN PIBE NI PIBA MENOS, EL ESTADO ES RESPONSABLE”

Argentina, 04.09.2016 22:34

Se realizó la Segunda Marcha Nacional contra el gatillo fácil



TESTIGO CLAVE EN LA CAUSA QUE CONDENÓ AL GENOCIDA ETCHECOLATZ

Argentina, 04.09.2016 22:34

Se cumplirán 10 años de la segunda desaparición de Jorge Julio López



“NI UN PIBE NI PIBA MENOS, EL ESTADO ES RESPONSABLE”

Argentina, 04.09.2016 22:34

Se realizó la Segunda Marcha Nacional contra el gatillo fácil



GOLPE DE ESTADO EN BRASIL Y OFENSIVA RESTAURADORA NEOLIBERAL

Argentina, 04.09.2016 22:34

El escenario regional después de Dilma



Pipeline Resisters Strike Again

Boston, 02.09.2016 22:35

BOSTON August 18: Ten members of Resist the Pipeline delayed construction of Spectra Energy's Roxbury pipeline for three hours using nonviolent civil disobedience. Three were arrested.



Video/photos-Boston RallyTo Re-Open Long Island Shelter

Boston, 02.09.2016 22:35

Boston City Hall-Aug. 22, 2016: Boston's Long Island Shelter was closed down in 2014 by Boston Mayor Walsh, giving no alternative to provide vital social services and shelter for many of Boston's homeless. There was a rally today organized by The Boston Homeless Solidarity Committee to demand the shelter be re-opened. About 100 people attended.



Resist the Pipeline Activists Delay Pipeline Construction Again

Boston, 02.09.2016 22:35

An amazing morning of civil disobedience from Lor and Mike shutting down construction for well over 2 hours!! #StopSpectra #ResistThePipeline #StopSpectraMA #SaveOurPlanet



Black Lives Matter Protesters Chain Themselves to Cambridge City Hall

Boston, 02.09.2016 22:35

The Boston Globe is reporting that four Black Lives Matter activists chained themselves to the front door of Cambridge City Hall early this morning to protest the city's lack of affordable housing. Read on for their demands.



La Corte Suprema de Justicia de Tucumán otorgó la libertad a Belén

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

“Es un triunfo del movimiento de mujeres”



La Corte Suprema de Justicia de Tucumán otorgó la libertad a Belén

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

“Es un triunfo del movimiento de mujeres”



UN GOLPE A LA LUCHA POPULAR POR MEMORIA Y JUSTICIA

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

El genocida Etchecolatz, cada vez más cerca de la domiciliaria



UN GOLPE A LA LUCHA POPULAR POR MEMORIA Y JUSTICIA

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

El genocida Etchecolatz, cada vez más cerca de la domiciliaria



SALTA Y BUENOS AIRES: MACRI Y URTUBEY A LOS TIROS CONTRA LOS TRABAJADORES

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

El ajuste con sangre entra: Reprimieron a obreros de Tabacal y la CTD Aníbal Verón



PARTE DE LA PATOTA DE JOSÉ PEDRAZA QUE ASESINÓ AL MILITANTE

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

Liberan a uno de los condenados por el crimen de Mariano Ferreyra



“PARA MUCHOS EL PROBLEMA DE LA ENERGÍA ES UN TEMA DE VIDA O MUERTE, DE DIGNIDAD O MISERIA”

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

Macri, las tarifas y el fallo de la Corte: “la lucha continúa”



SALTA Y BUENOS AIRES: MACRI Y URTUBEY A LOS TIROS CONTRA LOS TRABAJADORES

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

El ajuste con sangre entra: Reprimieron a obreros de Tabacal y la CTD Aníbal Verón



PARTE DE LA PATOTA DE JOSÉ PEDRAZA QUE ASESINÓ AL MILITANTE

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

Liberan a uno de los condenados por el crimen de Mariano Ferreyra



“PARA MUCHOS EL PROBLEMA DE LA ENERGÍA ES UN TEMA DE VIDA O MUERTE, DE DIGNIDAD O MISERIA”

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

Macri, las tarifas y el fallo de la Corte: “la lucha continúa”



SE INTENSIFICA EL RECLAMO DE REAPERTURA PARITARIA

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

La docencia copó las calles



REPUDIARON EL BENEFICIO DE IMPUNIDAD PARA EL GENOCIDA

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

Masiva marcha en La Plata contra la domiciliaria a Etchecolatz



REPUDIARON EL BENEFICIO DE IMPUNIDAD PARA EL GENOCIDA

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

Masiva marcha en La Plata contra la domiciliaria a Etchecolatz



CÓRDOBA: 38 REPRESORES CONDENADOS POR CRÍMENES DE LESA HUMANIDAD

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

Concluyó la Megacausa La Perla-Campo de la Ribera: claves de un día histórico



CÓRDOBA: 38 REPRESORES CONDENADOS POR CRÍMENES DE LESA HUMANIDAD

Argentina, 29.08.2016 22:34

Concluyó la Megacausa La Perla-Campo de la Ribera: claves de un día histórico



BEARING WITNESS: James Chasse – a celebration of &amp; conversation September 17

Portland, 29.08.2016 22:33

On Saturday, September 17th, Cerimon House joins the Mental Health Association of Portland and members of the community to offer a memorial, a documentary screening, and a community conversation marking the occasion of the passing of Chasse, who died in police custody ten years ago.

WHAT: BEARING WITNESS: James Chasse - a celebration of & conversation about the life of James Chasse Jr. on the 10th anniversary of his death

WHERE: CERIMON HOUSE - 5131 NE 23rd Avenue, Portland

WHEN: Saturday, 9/17/16 - Film screening @ 5:00 PM, Community Conversation @ 7:00 PM

HOW: Reservations: bearingwitness.brownpapertickets.com [FREE]

BEARING WITNESS: James Chasse begins with a 5:00 PM screening of Brian Lindstrom's powerful documentary Alien Boy: the Life and Death of James Chasse. [ http://www.alienboy.org/]



BART to Target the Homeless with Police Interrogations, Database, and Fines

San Francisco Bay Area, 29.08.2016 22:33

In April, the BART Board passed a law making it illegal to occupy two seats during rush hour on a BART train. The law was not to take effect until the BART police presented their implementation strategy. At the most recent BART Board meeting on June 23, BART police presented how they intend to enforce the new law. Fines of up to $500 will ensure that those least able to afford it become debtors, potentially subjecting violators to criminal warrants and further harrassment. Longtime BART director Joel Keller admitted he wants police to target the homeless.



Victory in Public Records Act Case Against Hayward Police

San Francisco Bay Area, 29.08.2016 22:33

In a first-of-its-kind decision and a victory for police accountability and transparency, an Alameda County judge has ruled that a public agency can't charge excessive fees for police body worn camera footage. The public interest served by the disclosure outweighs the financial burden of the city to produce the footage, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Evilio Grillo ruled. The court ordered the city of Hayward to refund to the NLGSF the entire $3247 cost, except a $1 charge for a DVD.



Hotline and Legal Advice Ready for Oakland Police Whistleblowers

San Francisco Bay Area, 29.08.2016 22:33

The Anti Police-Terror Project has issued a call-out for all police officers ready to speak up about illegal, unethical or biased conduct by members of the Oakland Police Department or other City staff or officials to take a stand now. Their legal team at the Siegel & Yee law firm has created a hotline to call to report such conduct and can provide legal advice for those who may face retaliation, protecting whistleblower anonymity.




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