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#6A: CENTRALES, SINDICATOS Y MOVIMIENTOS PARARÁN EN TODO EL PAÍS

Argentina, 06.04.2017 22:29

Primer paro general contra el ajuste neoliberal del macrismo



#6A: CENTRALES, SINDICATOS Y MOVIMIENTOS PARARÁN EN TODO EL PAÍS

Argentina, 06.04.2017 22:29

Primer paro general contra el ajuste neoliberal del macrismo



Shut Down the Alt-Right Rally in Berkeley on April 15th

San Francisco Bay Area, 06.04.2017 22:28

Bay Area Committee Against Fascism asks: On April 15th, where will the Left be? A repulsive spring medley of Trump supporters, white supremacists, fascists and racists are planning yet another rally in downtown Berkeley. The threat of far-Right and Alt-Right violence isn't fun and it isn't pretty. It isn't happening "somewhere else" and it isn't found inside empty buildings that we march outside of and chant slogans at. It's real, it's in our face, and it's power is growing all around us. We need mass action to defeat them as a community. What we do, or do not do, on Saturday, April 15 will have ramifications across the country. Occupy MLK Park at 10 am. The fascist rally is set to begin at 12 noon.



NO FUE EL MONÓXIDO DE CARBONO, FUE LA POLICÍA

Argentina, 05.04.2017 22:29

Pergamino: una marcha multitudinaria reclamó justicia para los 7 jóvenes asesinados en la Comisaría Primera



NO FUE EL MONÓXIDO DE CARBONO, FUE LA POLICÍA

Argentina, 05.04.2017 22:29

Pergamino: una marcha multitudinaria reclamó justicia para los 7 jóvenes asesinados en la Comisaría Primera



1A: DISCURSOS DEL DESPRECIO Y LA EXCLUSIÓN

Argentina, 05.04.2017 22:29

“La derecha argentina está obsesionada con el choripán”



1A: DISCURSOS DEL DESPRECIO Y LA EXCLUSIÓN

Argentina, 05.04.2017 22:29

“La derecha argentina está obsesionada con el choripán”



West Bank Marks 41st Anniversary of Land Day

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.04.2017 22:28

Land Day was marked with demonstrations in memory of the seizure of 21 thousand dunams of land in Al-Jalil, Al-Muthalth and Al-Naqab on March 30, 1976. Palestinians protested the Israeli apartheid wall, attempted to plant olive trees on stolen land, and called for the release of political prisoners held by Israel. Scores were injured by Israelis with rubber-coated bullets and tear gas. Israeli occupation violations against Palestinians continue. Israel has seized more than 85% of the total area of historical land of Palestine. Arabs comprise 48% of the total population, but are able to utilize only 15% of the land.



One Year Anniversary of the Death of Luís Góngora Pat, Killed by SFPD

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.04.2017 22:28

Luis Góngora Pat was a 45-year-old indigenous Mayan Mexican, an immigrant worker and a family man who for a decade and a half supported his wife and three children in southern Mexico. On April 7, 2016 his life was brutally taken by SFPD. Luis's killing was at the nexis of several struggles faced by low income people of color: indigenous peoples' struggles, housing rights, illegal evictions, immigrant rights, dignified wage labor, homelessness, racial profiling and discrimination, police brutality and utter impunity for killing Black and Brown residents. On Friday, April 7, the one year anniversary of his death, Luis's family will march against police terror in the Sanctuary City of San Francisco, starting at 10 a.m. with a memorial altar at Shotwell and 19th.



Court Support for Dejuan Hall, Brutally Beaten by Vallejo Police

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.04.2017 22:28

Dejuan Hall was brutally beaten by Vallejo police officer Spencer Muniz-Bottomley on March 10, 2017, then charged with battery on a police officer and resisting arrest. Hall does not face any charges related to the reason police were called on him as he was not breaking any laws. His next court appearances are on Friday, April 7 at 3:00 PM at the Fairfield Courthouse and then again on Monday, April 10. Hall's trial has been set for Wednesday, April 12. Advocates state, "Pretrial hearings are important to attend as lack of pre-trial court support gives the District Attorney's office leverage to intimidate innocent people into taking plea deals."



4/4/17 Public Reading of MLK's speech Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence

Portland, 04.04.2017 22:28

50th Anniversary Public Reading of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's speech Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence.

April 4, 2017 is the 50th anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence. To commemorate this anniversary, Veterans for Peace Chapter 72 is hosting a public reading of the speech at the Portland Art Museum. Following the speech, we will discuss how militarism, racism, materialism and other issues addressed in his speech are still relevant today.

PORTLAND--
What: Free Public Reading of Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence
Who: Veterans from US wars in Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan and others will read
When: April 4th 2017 - 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Where: Portland Art Museum - Miller Gallery - Mark Building- 1119 SW Park Ave, Portland Oregon



Whale Entanglements Break Record for Third Straight Year

Santa Cruz, CA, 04.04.2017 22:27

Commercial Dungeness crab gear entangled a record number of whales in 2016, contributing to a third straight record-breaking year for entanglements along the U.S. West Coast, according to information released this week by the National Marine Fisheries Service. While whale entanglements are reported up and down the coast, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary has recently seen the highest number of entanglements. "Whales are suffering slow, painful deaths because there are too many crab traps in Monterey Bay," said Catherine Kilduff of the Center for Biological Diversity.



VIOLENTO DESPLIEGUE DEL COMANDO RADIOELÉCTRICO

Argentina, 02.04.2017 22:29

Feroz represión a barrio de la comunidad Qom



VIOLENTO DESPLIEGUE DEL COMANDO RADIOELÉCTRICO

Argentina, 02.04.2017 22:29

Rosario: Feroz represión a barrio de la comunidad Qom



Alt-Right Trolls are Posing as Boston Antifa on Facebook and Youtube

Boston, 01.04.2017 22:30

The tightly-knit crews of friends and comrades involved in the grassroots antifascist organizing taking place in the Boston area have remained steadfast in their resolution and commitment to each other and the communities they’re part of, showing unwavering solidarity in supporting each other while overcoming recent obstacles. After an anti-President’s Day march was attacked by riot police in Worcester, 7 comrades were arrested on a range of bullshit charges (help the legal aid fund HERE).



Agenda Abril 2017

Argentina, 01.04.2017 22:29



COMMENTS ON REVISED DIRECTIVE 635.10, CROWD MANAGEMENT/CROWD CONTROL

Portland, 31.03.2017 22:28

To Chief Marshman, Acting Chief Davis, Capt. Bell, Captain Krantz, PPB Policy Analysts, Compliance Officer/Community Liaison Team, Community Oversight Advisory Board staff, US Dept. of Justice, Citizen Review Committee and the Portland Police Bureau:

While we are thankful that the Bureau has asked for more input into Crowd Management/Crowd Control Directive 635.10, as we predicted, the sheer volume of changes made to the last draft posted in January is far too large for a 15-day comment period. We've repeatedly requested "red-line" versions of proposed Directives, and noted that when you began this new process, a list of general concepts about changes being made would make public input more meaningful. Now we find ourselves in the position of sorting through the revised draft almost from scratch.

While all references to pepper spray have been removed from the Directive, it's not clear if that substance (whether in canisters or projectiles) is covered by the generic term "riot control agents," which still appears in a few places in the new draft (including Procedure 5.1.6). We remain opposed to the use of impact munitions, tear gas, flash-bangs and other weapons at protests, as well as bicycles used as weapons and the Mounted Patrol Unit in crowds.



EN LUGAR DE RECIBIR ASISTENCIA, SUFRIÓ VIOLENCIA MÉDICA E INSTITUCIONAL

Argentina, 28.03.2017 22:29

Belén fue absuelta por la Corte Suprema de Justicia de Tucumán



EN LUGAR DE RECIBIR ASISTENCIA, SUFRIÓ VIOLENCIA MÉDICA E INSTITUCIONAL

Argentina, 28.03.2017 22:29

Belén fue absuelta por la Corte Suprema de Justicia de Tucumán



High School Environmental Leadership Program (HELP Portland) April 4th

Portland, 28.03.2017 22:28

High School Environmental Leadership Program Meeting (HELP Portland)
Learn more about your potential as a leader and collaborate with other students about actions we are taking as an interconnected group of youth, supported by community!

NEXT MEETING: APRIL 4th (Dinner Included!)

Join a gathering of HELP Portland! Learn more about your potential as a leader and collaborate with other students about actions we are taking as an interconnected group of youth, supported by community!



The Killing of Quanice Hayes by officer Andrew Hearst - AMA

Portland, 28.03.2017 22:28

Press Statement For Immediate Release - March 22, 2017

The Grand Jury decision not to indict Portland Police Officer Andrew Hearst for the killing of 17-year-old teenager Quanice Hayes is like a recorder repeated over and over again especially when it comes to Black Lives.

The District Attorney and Grand Juries have never indicted a White Police Officer for killing or using excessive force against a Black person or Latino in the history of the City of Portland.

Whether Quanice Hayes was guilty or not of personal robbery it is not the responsibility of the Police Officer to act as Judge or Jury and carry out the sentence.



Three Events to Participate In

Portland, 28.03.2017 22:28


1) A presentation from former Political Prisoner Daniel McGowan about his experiences in the Earth

2) TILTED SCALES COLLECTIVE PRESENTS Fighting Charges, Strengthening Movements: A presentation and community discussion based on their new book, A Tilted Guide to Being a Defendant

3) Portland Rising Tide: Direct Action Training



Stability First: A Community Of Tents and Tables, Chairs, Coffee and Camaraderie

San Francisco Bay Area, 28.03.2017 22:28

Mike Zint & JP Massar write: What does it take to get off the streets? Money? Affordable housing? Employment? Of course the answer is yes, but none of those things is the first step. The first step is stability. Stability that the housed take for granted. A lack of stability means the homeless barely survive. Figuring out how to exist with no sense of safety and security and nowhere to go, worrying about the police yet having committed no crime, takes all that someone has. Sometimes it's too much and a short note appears in a local paper.



After Being Arrested by Miguel Masso, Hollister Man Feels He Barely Escaped with His Life

Santa Cruz, CA, 28.03.2017 22:27

Miguel Masso was hired by the Oakland Police after leaving his job in New York City in 2007 in the wake of a torture lawsuit. After killing Alan Blueford in 2012, Masso resigned from the Oakland Police Department in late Spring of 2014 in the aftermath of the lawsuit brought by the Blueford family against the City of Oakland. He quickly found another job with the Hollister Police Department in August of 2014. Now, after being pulled over by Masso on January 27, 2017, Hollister resident Earl Malanado feels like he barely escaped with his life.



MUERTE PARA LA JUVENTUD POBRE: LA CÁRCEL DEL ESTADO

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Masacre de Pergamino: no los mató el monóxido de carbono, los mató la policía



EL MACRISMO Y LA MÁQUINA DEL TIEMPO DEL UNICATO SINDICAL

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Subte: Otra vez, el muro



MUERTE PARA LA JUVENTUD POBRE: EL LUCRO PRIVADO

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Ritual de música y mercado



MUERTE PARA LA JUVENTUD POBRE: LA CÁRCEL DEL ESTADO

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Masacre de Pergamino: no los mató el monóxido de carbono, los mató la policía



EL ABAJO QUE SE MUEVE

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

La cleptocracia desafiada: Ebullición frente al ajuste



DELEGACIÓN DE LA CPM EN LAS ISLAS

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Nora de Cortiñas rompió en llanto en Malvinas: “No en nuestro nombre fue la guerra”



EL ABAJO QUE SE MUEVE

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

La cleptocracia desafiada: Ebullición frente al ajuste



DELEGACIÓN DE LA CPM EN LAS ISLAS

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Nora de Cortiñas rompió en llanto en Malvinas: “No en nuestro nombre fue la guerra”



“POR LA VIDA DE NUESTROS TERRITORIOS”

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Jujuy: se inició la marcha de indígenas contra la megaminería



MUERTES OBRERAS Y CRIMINALIZACIÓN DE LA PROTESTA SINDICAL

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Línea 60: “Pretenden ocultar la responsabilidad empresaria en la muerte de David Ramallo”



CAMPAÑA POR LA ABSOLUCIÓN ANTE EL INICIO DEL JUICIO ORAL EL 29 DE MARZO

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Juicio contra delegados: Editorial Perfil busca penalizar el derecho de huelga



“POR LA VIDA DE NUESTROS TERRITORIOS”

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Jujuy: se inició la marcha de indígenas contra la megaminería



MUERTES OBRERAS Y CRIMINALIZACIÓN DE LA PROTESTA SINDICAL

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Línea 60: “Pretenden ocultar la responsabilidad empresaria en la muerte de David Ramallo”



CAMPAÑA POR LA ABSOLUCIÓN ANTE EL INICIO DEL JUICIO ORAL EL 29 DE MARZO

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Juicio contra delegados: Editorial Perfil busca penalizar el derecho de huelga



BRONCA ANTE EL ATAQUE MACRISTA CONTRA LA EDUCACIÓN PÚBLICA

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

La gran Marcha Federal Educativa culminó hoy en Plaza de Mayo



BRONCA ANTE EL ATAQUE MACRISTA CONTRA LA EDUCACIÓN PÚBLICA

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

La gran Marcha Federal Educativa culminó hoy en Plaza de Mayo



#Son30000 #FueGenocidio

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

A 41 años del golpe del 24 de marzo de 1976



#Son30000 #FueGenocidio

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

A 41 años del golpe del 24 de marzo de 1976



UNA CACHETADA AL NEGACIONISMO MACRISTA

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Multitudinaria movilización en Buenos Aires a 41 años del golpe genocida



UNA CACHETADA AL NEGACIONISMO MACRISTA

Argentina, 26.03.2017 22:29

Multitudinaria movilización en Buenos Aires a 41 años del golpe genocida



Four Arrested at Trump Protest in Olympia After Being Identified as Domestic Terrorists

Portland, 26.03.2017 22:28

Four people at a Trump counter-demonstration in Olympia, WA were arrested after being identified as domestic terrorists by members the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Force Protection Division that had infiltrated the counter-demonstration.

About 200 Trump supporters and a like number of anti-Trump demonstrators gathered in Olympia, WA over the weekend to express support for and opposition to the policies of the Trump Administration. Four individuals demonstrating against Trump's policies were arrested after being identified as 'domestic terrorists' by members of the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Force Protection Division that had infiltrated the anti-Trump demonstration.



The Shortwave Report 03/17/17 Listen Globally!

Portland, 26.03.2017 22:28

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, NHK World Radio Japan, and Sputnik Radio.

The latest Shortwave Report (March 17) is up at the website  http://www.outfarpress.com/shortwave.shtml



Revolutionary Organizing Against Racism Conference

San Francisco Bay Area, 26.03.2017 22:28

ROAR, aka the Revolutionary Organizing Against Racism Conference, is a free two-day event, organized by Northern California Anti-Racist Action, that will be held on Ohlone Territory March 11 at OMNI Commons in Oakland and March 12th at California Institute for Integral Studies in San Francisco. Organizers write: During these times more and more attention is being paid to those of us who use direct action and hold liberatory and revolutionary politics. We can use this moment not only to inspire others through our actions, but to also inspire with our ideas.



Police Brutality Captured on Video in Vallejo, California

San Francisco Bay Area, 26.03.2017 22:28

On March 11, 2017, videos were uploaded to social media showing police in Vallejo, California brutalizing an individual who may have been experiencing mental health issues. The incident took place Friday, March 10 on Fairgrounds Drive in front of the Valero gas station. The Vallejo police officer captured on video punching and bashing with a flashlight has been identified as Spencer Bottomley, an ex-Marine. Bottomley was named in a strikingly similar brutality case, Derrick Lamoris Shields vs. City of Vallejo, for an incident on the night of April 11, 2016. According to the statement of claims, five Vallejo police officers "violated Plaintiff's rights [...] when they subjected Plaintiff to excessive and/deadly force and assault and battery."



Significant Victory in Yuvette Henderson Civil Case, Summary Judgment Denied

San Francisco Bay Area, 26.03.2017 22:28

On March 13, a judge in the US District Court in Oakland denied a motion to dismiss charges in the case of Yuvette Henderson, a 38-year-old woman killed by Emeryville police on February 3, 2015. Henderson's family is seeking damages from the Emeryville police department for wrongful death, as well as changes to city policies on police use of force. The motion filed by the Emeryville police department claimed there was nothing for a jury to decide in the lawsuit, because officers Michelle Shepard and Warren Williams had a reasonable fear for their safety. Monday's ruling means the lawsuit will go forward.



Landmark Report Reveals Hundreds of Native Bee Species Sliding Toward Extinction

San Francisco Bay Area, 26.03.2017 22:28

In the first comprehensive review of the more than 4,000 native bee species in North America and Hawaii, the Center for Biological Diversity has found that more than half the species with sufficient data to assess are declining. Nearly 1 in 4 is imperiled and at increasing risk of extinction. The widespread decline of European honeybees has been well documented in recent years, but until now much less has been revealed about the 4,337 native bee species in North America and Hawaii. The new analysis reveals that more than 700 species are in trouble from a range of serious threats.




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