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MASIVAS MOVILIZACIONES EN TODO EL PAÍS IMPULSADAS POR EL MOVIMIENTO DE MUJERES

Argentina, 22.10.2016 22:38

Por justicia para Lucía y contra la violencia del patriarcado



Video: Portland Human Rights Commission meeting 10 5 16

Portland, 22.10.2016 22:37

Video recording: The Portland Human Rights Commission meeting on October 5th 2016.
Four New HRC members attended this meeting.
Standing Rock discussion has held during the public comment time frame
Discussion & planning for Emily G. Gottfried Human Rights Awards happens at the end of this meeting.
The commission is still one person short.

This video is also available on  https://archive.org/details/HRCMeeting10.5.16 to view or download.



In Oakland, Solidarity with Charlotte

San Francisco Bay Area, 22.10.2016 22:37

Daniel Borgström writes: It was Saturday, September 24th.... The solidarity rally was to be held in downtown Oakland, at the triangular-shaped plaza where Telegraph Avenue splits off from Broadway. It was 7:30 p.m. when I arrived; Gerald Sanders was speaking to a gathering of a couple hundred people. Almost everybody there was quite young. A banner read: "Revolt with Charlotte." Several dozen police were taking up strategic positions along Broadway and Telegraph.



Standing Up Against the Racist Police State by Taking a Knee

San Francisco Bay Area, 22.10.2016 22:37

Since August 26, when San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began to sit and then kneel during the playing of the national anthem to protest racist police violence, at least dozens of more Black people have been murdered by the police. What is also intensifying is that more and more athletes are taking a visible stand against police brutality. Students at the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) have been particularly vocal about their opposition to a lack of police accountability and the unfair treatment of Black and Brown people at the hands of law enforcement.



SCPD Shoots and Kills Sean Smith-Arlt on West Side

Santa Cruz, CA, 22.10.2016 22:36

Officers with the Santa Cruz Police Department shot and killed 32-year-old Sean Smith-Arlt outside of a home on the corner of Chace and Getchell Streets on the west side of Santa Cruz. Police have stated that Smith-Arlt, who was experiencing mental health issues, was advancing towards officers with a gardening rake when officers deemed him a threat and shot and killed him at about 3:30 am on October 16. In response, residents have organized a candle light vigil at the Town Clock in Santa Cruz for No Police Brutality Day on October 22.



Portland Police &quot;Bulldozing&quot; Protestors Out Front Door Of City Hall - Any Reports?

Portland, 13.10.2016 22:36

lots of screaming and screeching on the YouTube videos as they're thrown out front door...

City Hall - Riot Cops 5 PM News Update Wednesday 10.12.16

 https://youtu.be/Vl5YxvL470I (20 min YouTube video)



CHP and OPD Conspired to Cover Up Hit-and-Run Murder of Diallo Neal

San Francisco Bay Area, 11.10.2016 22:35

On October 10, 2005, Diallo Neal was murdered when a California Highway Patrol motorcycle officer struck the rear end of his motorcycle, launching Diallo into a bus stop, pole, and concrete bench. The CHP officer fled the scene. Oakland police began an investigation, but CHP took it over and closed it. Work is underway to revive the truth of this tragedy, regardless of legal statutes of limitations. A press conference and rally to support Diallo's mother, Gilda Baker, will be held at the California Highway Patrol headquarters in Oakland on October 11.



Families Demand San Francisco DA Charge Killer Cops

San Francisco Bay Area, 11.10.2016 22:35

Mothers and fathers whose children had been killed by police spoke out at the San Francisco Hall of Justice and District Attorney's office on October 7 to demand an end to the murders and executions of Blacks and Latinos in Northern California. They demanded that DA George Gascon file murder charges against the police officers that have killed young people with impunity. Some of those who spoke were Gwen Woods, mother of Oscar Woods; Wanda Johnson, mother of Oscar Grant; Elivra and Refugio Nieto, parents of Alex Nieto; Cristina Gutierrez, mother of Equipto Gutierrez; and Denika Chatman, the mother of Kenneth Harding Jr.



White Supremacist Nathan Damigo Exposed

San Francisco Bay Area, 11.10.2016 22:35

Nathan Damigo is a Social Studies major at CSU Stanislaus - and he's been building up a white supremacist group called Identity Evropa (IE) across Northern California. Identity Evropa focuses on recruitment by plastering college campuses with propaganda that promotes the creation of an all-white, fascist, authoritarian political power. On October 4, anti-fascists put up 300 posters at CSU Stanislaus detailing Damigo's hidden past as a convicted felon in a violent hate crime, as well as his involvement in a string of hate groups before attempting to rebrand himself with Identity Evropa.



31° ENM: LA POLICÍA PROVINCIAL CON BALAS DE GOMA Y GASES CONTRA LAS MANIFESTANTES

Argentina, 10.10.2016 22:36

Represión contra la marcha del Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres



31° ENM: LA POLICÍA PROVINCIAL CON BALAS DE GOMA Y GASES CONTRA LAS MANIFESTANTES

Argentina, 10.10.2016 22:36

Represión contra la marcha del Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres



The Shortwave Report 10/07/16 Listen Globally!

Portland, 10.10.2016 22:35

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. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. Radio Deutsche-Welle, Spanish National Radio, Sputnik Radio, and Radio Havana Cuba.

The latest Shortwave Report is up at the website:  http://www.outfarpress.com/shortwave.shtml



Sacred Water Walk - Solidarity with Standing Rock &amp; No DAPL Protest - Portland 10.9.16

Portland, 10.10.2016 22:35

Here are some pictures form the Portland Oregon, Peace Walk for Clean Water and to show Solidarity with those in Standing Rock that are protesting the NoDAPL (No Dakota Access Pipeline).

This peace walk today title " Sacred Water Walk" started at noon under the Steele bridge - the walk took us along the Willamette river on the east side river bank...meeting along the way, under the Hawthorn bridge, with the Elders and those who couldn't make the walk for a prayer and ceremony and music. [...]



DESPRECIO POR LA VIDA DEL TRABAJADOR Y MAXIMIZACIÓN ILIMITADA DE LA RENTABILIDAD

Argentina, 08.10.2016 22:36

Ataque a la Justicia Laboral: La industria de la muerte



EN DEFENSA DE LOS PUESTOS DE TRABAJO EN LA AM 1190

Argentina, 08.10.2016 22:36

Multitudinaria manifestación ante el ENACOM para que no se apague Radio América



DESPRECIO POR LA VIDA DEL TRABAJADOR Y MAXIMIZACIÓN ILIMITADA DE LA RENTABILIDAD

Argentina, 08.10.2016 22:36

Ataque a la Justicia Laboral: La industria de la muerte



EN DEFENSA DE LOS PUESTOS DE TRABAJO EN LA AM 1190

Argentina, 08.10.2016 22:36

Multitudinaria manifestación ante el ENACOM para que no se apague Radio América



TO COUNCIL: Allow testimony, be on the right side of history, reject the contract

Portland, 06.10.2016 22:35

We urge you to reconsider the heavy-handed, undemocratic position you have taken to hold a City Council meeting without the public present. You should allow testimony on the Amendments to the Portland Police Association contract. The Amendments were introduced after a 2.5 hour recess on September 28 when a number of groups / individuals had already testified, including ours. When Council left the chambers on October 5 to avoid listening to what probably would have amounted to 1 hour of testimony, those of us awaiting to speak spent over 2 hours waiting for you to reconvene. Meanwhile, the allegedly desperately thin ranks of the Police Bureau were largely inside City Hall arresting and intimidating those who remained inside. We were also treated to a fleet of Department of Homeland Security vehicles parked in the street and several federal officers inside the hall. These measures and others listed below are indicators that Mayor Hales is willing to use any heavy handed tactic he can to push through the inadequate PPA contract. Portland Copwatch urges you not to be on the wrong side of history. You must delay this vote and let the next Mayor negotiate what his police will do.



International Call Goes Out for Free and Fair Elections in Haiti

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.10.2016 22:35

September 30 marked the 25th anniversary of the coup that overthrew Haiti's first democratically-elected president, Jean-Bertrand Aristide. U.S. Central Intelligence Agency agents were present with the the Haitian military during the coup. Protesters marked the day with rallies in the Bay Area cities of Palo Alto, Oakland, and San José. The U.S. government financed fraudulent elections in 2015 and new elections will be held on October 9 of this year. At the Bay Area rallies, demonstrators standing in solidarity with the people of Haiti demanded free and fair elections in Haiti without U.S. interference.



Police Asset Seizure to Require Convictions in Most Cases

San Francisco Bay Area, 04.10.2016 22:35

While previous attempts to reign in police seizures have failed in the California legislature, state lawmakers approved Senate Bill 443 in August with bipartisan support. On September 29, the bill limiting civil asset forfeiture abuse in California was signed into law, marking a victory for the larger asset forfeiture reform movement underway throughout the country. The new law goes into effect January 1, 2017, requiring a conviction in most cases before state and local law enforcement agencies may permanently keep people's property.



Signature Gathering Kicks Off for Recall of Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf

San Francisco Bay Area, 04.10.2016 22:35

The Take Back Oakland Coalition is now gathering signatures to recall Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf. On September 18, recall organizers handed out the first recall petitions all afternoon in front of Oakland City Hall. Primary among the objections to Schaaf are her inaction in the face of massive displacement of long-time residents, the deference she continues to show to the corrupt and murderous Oakland police department, and her failure to support local youth and job centers.



Agenda Octubre 2016

Argentina, 02.10.2016 16:38



Tracking Police Murders in Two Bay Area Cities

San Francisco Bay Area, 02.10.2016 16:37

The Center for Convivial Research and Autonomy has thus far created two timelines mapping state violence in the Bay Area, one for Hayward and one for San Francisco. The timelines were generated as part of a larger ongoing convivial research effort to expose low intensity war across the Bay Area and state. The CCRA writes: The timeline is a tool that remembers, counts, mourns and honors our dead. It is a collaborative effort of documentation over time that makes visible the many resistances that have refused erasure. This refusal itself is a confrontation against state violence.



Judge Halts Federal Plan for Massive California Fracking

Santa Cruz, CA, 02.10.2016 16:36

A U.S. district judge on September 6 overturned a Bureau of Land Management plan to open more than one million acres of public land and mineral estate in central California to drilling and fracking. The ruling notes that BLM officials estimate that oil companies would frack 25 percent of new wells drilled on vast stretches of land in California's Central Valley, the southern Sierra Nevada, and in Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Ventura counties. Yet the bureau's 1,073-page management plan contained just three brief mentions of fracking and offered no analysis of fracking pollution's threats to endangered species or California's water supplies.



Labor Unionist protests T privatizing - 12 Sept 2016

Boston, 01.10.2016 22:38

HUNDREDS OF ORANGE-CLAD MBTA union workers and supporters crammed the Fiscal and Management Control Board meeting Monday to loudly — and, in some cases, profanely – protest the administration’s efforts to privatize agency services.



Video-Boston Anti-War Protest Against US War On Syria

Boston, 01.10.2016 22:38

Boston, Mass.-Sept. 24, 2016: Boston anti-war organizations with Syrian-Americans joined with the weekly anti-war vigil at Park St. Boston for a protest against US military intervention in Syria. About 100 demonstrators attended.



(A-Radio) Antifenix: Interview on the repression against anarchists in Czech Republic

Boston, 01.10.2016 22:38

In the context of the International Week of Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners (23.-30th of August 2016), we had the opportunity of talking to a comrade from Anarchist Black Cross (ABC) in Czech Republic. The interview gives a short summary of the repression that started in 2015 and explains the singular cases and their current development, but deals also with the problems the movement had in the beginning to show solidarity. Last but not least, you get very good advice on the topic of solidarity and what to do yourselves. Since the interview, another comrade is in prison. Lukáš Borl, who had been living underground, has been arrested by the police on September 4.



UNA NUEVA VÍCTIMA FATAL DEL APARATO REPRESIVO CADA 27 HORAS

Argentina, 01.10.2016 22:37

El combate de “Cambiemos” contra la pobreza: En 8 días, 7 asesinatos estatales



LA POLÍTICA DE SEGURIDAD EN LOS BARRIOS DE PATRICIA BULLRICH Y MAURICIO MACRI

Argentina, 01.10.2016 22:37

Torturaron a dos chicos de la Garganta Poderosa



UNA NUEVA VÍCTIMA FATAL DEL APARATO REPRESIVO CADA 27 HORAS

Argentina, 01.10.2016 22:37

El combate de “Cambiemos” contra la pobreza: En 8 días, 7 asesinatos estatales



LA POLÍTICA DE SEGURIDAD EN LOS BARRIOS DE PATRICIA BULLRICH Y MAURICIO MACRI

Argentina, 01.10.2016 22:37

Torturaron a dos chicos de la Garganta Poderosa



SOLIDARIDAD CON COMUNICADORES Y ACTIVISTAS DE LA AGENCIA ANTICARCELARIA

Argentina, 23.09.2016 22:36

Amenazas a dos militantes de la Agencia Para la Libertad y a sus familiares



SOLIDARIDAD CON COMUNICADORES Y ACTIVISTAS DE LA AGENCIA ANTICARCELARIA

Argentina, 23.09.2016 22:36

Amenazas a dos militantes de la Agencia Para la Libertad y a sus familiares



UC Berkeley Reinstates Course on Palestine Following Outcry

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.09.2016 22:35

University of California Berkeley (Cal) reinstated a student-led course on Palestine on September 19, following an outcry over its arbitrary suspension the previous week. The suspension, taken in apparent response to pressure from Israel advocacy groups, was widely condemned -- by students, professors, and observers -- as a violation of academic freedom, shocking, and unjustifiable.



Report Finds Monterey County Crude Worse for Climate Than Alberta Tar Sands Oil

Santa Cruz, CA, 23.09.2016 22:34

Crude from Monterey County's biggest oilfield is more climate damaging than any other large source of oil produced in, or imported into, California, according to a new Center for Biological Diversity analysis of state data. The Center's report, titled Stealing California's Future, found that crude from the San Ardo oilfield is even more carbon-intensive than notoriously dirty oil from the Alberta tar sands in Canada.



Driscoll's Boycott in Full Force

Santa Cruz, CA, 23.09.2016 22:34

The Alliance of National, State and Municipal Organizations for Social Justice and the National Democratic Independent Union of Agricultural Workers issued a statement clarifying the Driscoll's berries boycott is still in full effect and farmworkers in San Quintín, Mexico continue to work for the recognition of their union in order to negotiate the signing of a collective bargaining agreement. In Washington State, the results of an election on September 12 confirmed the independent union Familias Unidas por la Justicia as the formal representatives of farm workers at Sakuma Brothers Farm, a supplier to Driscoll's.



Getting a Good Night's Sleep at Santa Cruz City Hall

Santa Cruz, CA, 23.09.2016 22:34

Presently the only location in downtown Santa Cruz where people on the street are able to sleep regularly as a group is at the weekly community sleepouts organized by the Freedom Sleepers. Homeless sweeps conducted by the Santa Cruz Police Department beginning in January of this year have for the most part cleared the downtown area of groups of people sleeping together in other locations, such as at the post office. Since July of 2015, the Freedom Sleepers have gathered to sleep at city hall one night a week to protest local laws that criminalize homelessness. September 20 marked the group's 63rd sleepout.



VIDEO: No Prisons Protest 9 9 16 Portland Oregon

Portland, 22.09.2016 22:35

On Friday, September 9th, people in Portland and Northwest converged in Downtown Portland in solidarity with the US wide prison work strike against prison slavery and white supremacy. The goal was a mass showing of support with the growing prison rebellion in the US and to also march on the corporations in the Downtown area that make massive profits off of prisoner enslavement.

Video of the Protest in Portland on 9/9/16 - Prison Strike Solidarity

 https://youtu.be/8pnnc9w_NrM [2 hour 30 minutes video]



East Bay Cops Charged with Sex Crimes and Corruption

San Francisco Bay Area, 22.09.2016 22:35

Recent reporting exposed widespread crimes, corruption, and coverups in the Oakland police department. As more and more came to light about Oakland police sexually abusing and trafficking a teenage girl since she was a minor, community activists issued demands, protests turned up on OPD's doorstep, and calls for accountability came from all quarters. In this extraordinary environment, with the avalanche of known police crimes falling all around her, it became untenable for Alameda County District Attorney O'Malley to do nothing. O'Malley has now charged five cops for the sexual exploitation of a teenager and related corruption. Two more are yet to be charged.



SI SE PODÍA EVITAR, NO ES UN ACCIDENTE LABORAL, ES UN CRIMEN PATRONAL

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Sin respuesta: tras la muerte de David Ramallo, lockout patronal en la Línea 60



SI SE PODÍA EVITAR, NO ES UN ACCIDENTE LABORAL, ES UN CRIMEN PATRONAL

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Sin respuesta: tras la muerte de David Ramallo, lockout patronal en la Línea 60



CONTRA LA IMPUNIDAD DE AYER Y HOY, LOS LÁPICES SIGUEN ESCRIBIENDO

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

La Plata: Secundarios convocan a marcha por los 40 años de la Noche de los Lápices



DEBATE CONVOCADO POR HIJOS LA PLATA

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Juicio a la CNU La Plata: Los crímenes de la derecha peronista en debate



CRIMINALIZACIÓN DE LA PROTESTA

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Nueva ley de flagrancia: Una herramienta contra el pueblo trabajador



CONTRA LA IMPUNIDAD DE AYER Y HOY, LOS LÁPICES SIGUEN ESCRIBIENDO

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

La Plata: Secundarios convocan a marcha por los 40 años de la Noche de los Lápices



DEBATE CONVOCADO POR HIJOS LA PLATA

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Juicio a la CNU La Plata: Los crímenes de la derecha peronista en debate



CRIMINALIZACIÓN DE LA PROTESTA

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Nueva ley de flagrancia: Una herramienta contra el pueblo trabajador



POR LA VIDA, CONTRA EL MODELO AGROEXPORTADOR EXTRACTIVISTA Y CONTAMINANTE

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Festival #PrimaveraSinMonsanto 2016



POR MEMORIA, VERDAD Y JUSTICIA PARA LOS SECUNDARIOS DE LA UES Y LA JG

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Estudiantes encabezaron marcha a 40 años de La Noche de los Lápices



POR LA VIDA, CONTRA EL MODELO AGROEXPORTADOR EXTRACTIVISTA Y CONTAMINANTE

Argentina, 21.09.2016 22:36

Festival #PrimaveraSinMonsanto 2016




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