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EMERGENCY -- not even water!!

DC, 24.12.2004 00:35

I went down there this morning (about 30 minutes) ago and they wouldn't even let me give her a bottle of water! It is ridiculous!! I tried to talk to the head of security there and he said he has no control over that decision! I am so concerned that she will get dizzy and fall accidentally! WHAT CAN WE DO? THE ONLY MEDIA THERE WAS WTOP radio...the guy's name is mARK sEGRAVES -- CELL 202-997-1576.



Australia shows the world some Christian hypocrisy

Melbourne, 23.12.2004 21:57

Bakhtiyari family facing forced deportation



Australia shows the homeless some Christian hypocrisy

Melbourne, 23.12.2004 21:57

No Room at the Inn for the Homeless



SHED NO TEARS FOR BLUNKETT

United Kingdom, 23.12.2004 17:00

As home secretary, Blunkett’s abuses of human rights and civil liberties have been staggering. He has introduced internment without trial for suspected foreign terrorists (
  http://www.fairtrials.org.uk/media/media.html ), is introducing military camps for children (   http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/3955605.stm ), and barely a day would go by without him dreaming up another crackpot neo-fascist scheme to attack civil liberties, criminalize working-class communities, and put more and more people behind bars. (   http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2004/12/302880.html )



SHED NO TEARS FOR BLUNKETT

United Kingdom, 23.12.2004 17:00

As home secretary, Blunkett’s abuses of human rights and civil liberties have been staggering. He has introduced internment without trial for suspected foreign terrorists (
  http://www.fairtrials.org.uk/media/media.html ), is introducing military camps for children (   http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/3955605.stm ), and barely a day would go by without him dreaming up another crackpot neo-fascist scheme to attack civil liberties, criminalize working-class communities, and put more and more people behind bars. (   http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2004/12/302880.html )



SHED NO TEARS FOR BLUNKETT

United Kingdom, 23.12.2004 17:00

As home secretary, Blunkett’s abuses of human rights and civil liberties have been staggering. He has introduced internment without trial for suspected foreign terrorists (
  http://www.fairtrials.org.uk/media/media.html ), is introducing military camps for children (   http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/3955605.stm ), and barely a day would go by without him dreaming up another crackpot neo-fascist scheme to attack civil liberties, criminalize working-class communities, and put more and more people behind bars. (   http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2004/12/302880.html )



CONSCIENCE OBJECTION

Athens, 23.12.2004 15:33

Conscientious objector Lazaros Petromelidis was convicted to exterminating sentence



Dying for Democracy

New Hampshire, 23.12.2004 11:55

The week before Christmas, a bombing killed 19 US soldiers and wounded at least 60 in the bloodiest single attack on US troops so far. George Bush indicated in his Christmas press conference that the level of US troops in Iraq is expected to increase to 150,000, and no reductions in that level are expected for at least a year.



Israel Attempts to Derail Mustafa Barghouthi's Candidacy for President of Palestine

New Hampshire, 23.12.2004 11:54

This past week an audience in Portsmouth NH was introduced to Dr. Mustafa Barghouthi's inspiring work at a presentation by the Jewish American Medical Project. Dr. Barghouthi (not to be confused with his distant cousin, Marwan Barghouthi) is also running for president in Palestine. -----------------------------------------



Peace and Media Activists Join the Portsmouth NH Parade

New Hampshire, 23.12.2004 11:49

Along with the bands, businesses and kids’ groups that you would expect to see, this year’s Holiday Parade in Portsmouth NH featured local peace and media activists. -----------------------------------



ANTI-NUCLEAR

Brasil, 23.12.2004 11:35

Brasil investe no Veneno



Community Schools in Northern Haiti: A plea to the international community

Portland, 23.12.2004 10:30

While accompanying Jean Charles Moise ousted mayor of Milot in the week leading up the December 16 demonstration, I had the privilege of visiting a handful of the schools that Moise founded during his tenure as mayor. We visited 9 community schools built during the last decade to serve poor families that are unable to afford the few state run public schools that exist in the area.

All of the schools that we visited received some financial support from the national government during Aristide's administration and all have had their funding cut under the unelected Latortue regime. This fact is particularly striking given that Aristide was forced to work under an international aid embargo imposed by the US shortly after the Haiti's May 2000 parlimentary elections, while the unelected interim government has been promised a 1.8 billion aid package to "reconstruct the country", a move that many predict will only force Haiti deeper into debt. Given the disparity in resources and international support between the democratically elected government and the US installed interim government one must wonder where is the new aid money going if not to support schools? Isn't education the backbone of any solid development policy?

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most recent report from Haiti from Sasha Kramer: [ Peaceful Demonstration in Cap Haitien a Success despite Ongoing Repression / Beloved Mayor Continues to Serve his Community from Hiding (12/21/04) ]

previous reports to portland indymedia about Haiti by Zoe Moskovitz and Sasha Kramer: [ The Politics of Injustice in Haiti: The Cases of Auguste and Chamblain (2004.09.01) | Hard hit Municipalities:The Attempt to Destroy Lavalas and the Consolidation of the Coup (2004.08.21) | The Dismantling of Popular Education Under the new U.S-backed Regime in Haiti (2004.08.21) | Reportback form Haiti: Resistance and Repression Six Months After the Coup (2004.08.21) ]

More info: [ HaitiAction.net ]



Two Men Arrested In Oregon, Earth Liberation Case

Portland, 23.12.2004 10:29

Last night it was revealed that two young Americans have been arrested for allegedly planning to blow up trucks and equipment belonging to a construction company they believe is polluting a stream in Hillsboro OR. According to media reports, Charles Arthur Jordan IV, 20, and Stephen Philip Marshall, 19, have each been charged with one count of conspiracy to damage or attempt to damage equipment used in interstate commerce. The alleged target was quarry company Morse Bros.

The people of Columbia City have been fighting Morse Bros for years and years. No one out there can hang out their laundry, because when they do, it gets covered with rock dust. Some days, people can hardly breathe due to the dust. But the city councilors out there sold out the people to the mining company. If anyone should be in jail, it's the board members of Morse bros.

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[ Earth Liberation Prisoners ]

Support ALF Prisoner Joshua DemmittOn October 1, 2004 18-year old Joshua Demmitt of Provo, Utah plead guilty to arson in conjunction with an A.L.F.-claimed action targeting animal testing facilities at Brigham Young University (BYU). Josh fell under investigation after his name and other information was provided to authorities by Harrison David Burrows. In exchange for fully cooperating with authorities, Burrows received a plea bargain of five years. After being identified by Burrows, Josh felt he had limited options and so accepted a pre-trial plea bargain. He is expected to be sentenced on January 18, 2005 and is facing five to 25 years in prison. read more >>

[ Animal Liberation Front ]



Nazi Skinheads in Portland

Portland, 23.12.2004 10:20

Nazi skinheads plan to vandalize the city with fliers dedicated to their cause in the "Flier Outreach Contest" at Gabriel Park, SW 45 & Vermont, Portland Oregon, Jan 8, 2005 at 1:00PM. Please join us to stop the hate. A bunch of musical bands and some other random people such as myself and a group of my friends will be there to protest their actions, rip off their fliers, and hand out anarchist pamphlets in response to this horrible event. read more >>

previous: [ Area skinheads announce racist flyer outreach contest (12/7/04) ]



Cancel Subscription to TIME

Portland, 23.12.2004 10:17

The decision to call George W. Bush "Person of the Year" is so despicable and unutterably shameful that I have canceled my subscription to TIME Magazine. I strongly urge you to do the same! read more >>

related: [ Mother of Dead Soldier Responds to TIME Magazine | TIME Magazine Names Bush | Time Magazine Names Person of the Year ]



East Gippsland old growth forest defence

Melbourne, 23.12.2004 09:48

Conservationists face 'violent tactics' from loggers



Peaceful Demonstration in Cap Haitien

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.12.2004 07:49

On December 16, 2004 over 10,000 people flooded the streets of Cap Haitien chanting and dancing for four hours as they risked their lives to peacefully commemorate Jean Bertrand Aristide’s 1990 electoral victory in Haiti’s first democratic elections. Organizers stated that the two primary demands of the demonstrators were the return of the constitutional government of Haiti and the release of all political prisoners.



Dozens Picket The Claremont To Protest Lack Of Contract

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.12.2004 07:32

12/18/2004: The first shift of the 12 hour siege at the Claremont started off on December 18th. This is the 3rd holiday season the Hotel Workers at the Claremont have been denied a new contract, while the Right to organize by the Spa Workers remains under attack. Approximately 300 workers and their families have been spending every holiday for 3 years fighting with the Claremont. Picket lines and other job actions occur often and more are scheduled. 250 Food and Beverage workers are fighting for a fair contract, including affordable health care, fair wages and a voice on the job. 100 spa workers are fighting to be represented by their union free of coercion from the company. Photos



Refugee activists

darwin, 23.12.2004 06:40

NT Refugee action group considers hunger strikes



PSP com novos brinquedos

Portugal, 23.12.2004 05:50

PSP com novos brinquedos



New study finds rent unaffordable for a third of Americans

Michigan, 23.12.2004 05:45

A new study by the National Low Income Housing Coalition has found that the cost of rental housing in the United States is out of reach for the majority of low wage earners, including elderly and disabled people with public income benefits. The report states that a third of the nation has difficulty affording rent and most often choose between paying rent and other expenses such as food. In 2004, the cost of rent continued to grow faster than wages and there is not a single jurisdiction in the country where a person working full-time at minimum-wage can afford a two bedroom rental home.

Here in Michigan, a person earning the minimum wage of $5.15 per hour must work 105 hours per week in order to afford a two-bedroom unit at the Fair Market Rent rate of $706 per month.

See also: Taking over the take over



Brutality towards asylum seekers

United Kingdom, 22.12.2004 23:00

At Oakington asylum seeker detention centre, near Cambridge, an Indian couple with a two year old child have been imprisoned for 54 days, and have been refused bail. The child has been ill, but because he is in detention has not been allowed to see a paediatrician. The family have been told that deportation is imminent. By the time they leave, they may have been imprisoned for 77 days. See [full report] [press release].

A recent Cambridge feature described how Lina Castanos, and her 8 year old son, Miguel were violently taken from their home at night, to be held first at Gatwick, and then at Oakington. While at Oakington, Miguel was refused a doctor for at least 24 hours when he became ill (Read more on Lina and Miguel's stay in prison).

The Castanos family face fear and uncertainty, as to whether they will be deported to Columbia. While at Oakington, they thought deportation would occur soon, however they have now been told they can appeal. Despite the fact that several close family members have been killed by Columbian paramilitary authorities, they are left uncertain as to whether they can remain in the UK. Links: Cambridge [1] [2] [3] [4] Bristol [1] [2]



CCDC stops homeless feeedings for holidays

San Diego, 22.12.2004 21:03

The Centre City Development Corp., San Diego's downtown redevelopment agency, had notified the Salvation Army this month that it needed a conditional-use permit to continue serving meals.

In response to the agency, and to concerns about loitering and littering outside its offices on E Street, the charity decided to drop the religious services where breakfast and dinner were offered Monday through Thursday. The last services were Dec. 14. That suspension prompted yesterday's vigil.



Water is the Oil of the 21 Century

New Hampshire, 22.12.2004 20:37

Water is the Oil of the 21 Century...let's do something to protect our water supply! On December 21, 2004, Save Our Groundwater recieved notification of a public hearing scheduled on December 28, 2004 regarding USA Springs' wetlands applications to build a water bottling plant in Nottingham and Barrington, NH. SOG vigorously protests the lack of notice for these hearings and contends that it is a continuation of DES’ attempts to subvert due process and public participation in this case.



Family, Friends and Colleagues Mourn Webb's Death

San Francisco Bay Area, 22.12.2004 20:04

12/20: Gary Webb: Do What He Did by Al Giordano



Faith, Peace, and Justice

Boston, 22.12.2004 19:24

I’m not a Christian yet I do take offense at how the Bush administration has heralded Christian moral values in the name of war. I also resent the media for shedding a light on groups of people who have been blinded by this rhetoric, while ignoring the many Christians who at the core of their values, believe in peace and justice for all. The presidential election was not lost on moral values; it was lost on the intellectual fight for truth against corporate domination. This is my Christmas present to all Old and New Testament faith-based activists who are keeping their faith in the world struggle.



11:30pm: Ledge Sit-in Going Strong!

DC, 22.12.2004 19:22

The occupaton of the 5th floor ledge inside of the Wilson Building is going strong as of 11:30pm Tuesday night.



counter-inaugural.org holds press conference today

DC, 22.12.2004 19:18

The word went out from the National Press Club this morning that there will be thousands and thousands of demonstrators and protestors, bike riders, and activists converging in Washington for a weeklong schedule of festivities, activities and trainings.



PSP com novos brinquedos

Portugal, 22.12.2004 18:42

PSP com novos brinquedos



Rose Gentle Calls for Blair to Be Sacked - Report Back from 'Dear Mrs Blair'

Scotland, 22.12.2004 17:39

On 19th December in Glasgow Camcorder Guerillas screened the UK premiere of 'Dear Mrs Blair', a film and message to the wife of the warmonger in charge of the country from a mother grieving the loss of her son in a war for capitalism.



manipulación medios (es)

Barcelona, 22.12.2004 17:20

RNE silencia las emisiones de Radio Bronka

Comunicados ::: Comunicado de Radio Bronka + Ante el intento de silenciarnos
Cuñas ::: Comunicado de Radio bronka + "La guerra no ha terminado"

emisión de Radio Bronka por internet

+ info ::: >>>manipulación medios



manipulació mitjans (ca)

Barcelona, 22.12.2004 17:15

RNE silencia les emissions de Radio Bronka

Comunicats ::: Comunicat de Ràdio Bronka + Davant l'intent de silenciar-nos
Cunyes ::: Comunicat de Ràdio bronka + "La guerra no ha terminado"

emissió de Ràdio Bronka per internet

+ info ::: >>>manipulació mitjans



Voices With Vision DC Stadium

DC, 22.12.2004 16:27

The proposed buillding of a new stadium in D.C. has Generated a tidal wave of opposition from community leaders Small businesses, church groups and a majority of DC. residents.The core issue is whether funding should come from team owners or from DC taxpayers.



DUDE Renames DHS

Rogue Valley, 22.12.2004 16:12

Does DHS mean "Department of Human Suffering" for the disabled?



President Bush signed order to allow torture, says ACLU

Michigan, 22.12.2004 15:52

A document released on December 20 by the American Civil Liberties Union suggests that President Bush issued an Executive Order authorizing the use of inhumane interrogation methods against detainees in Iraq. Also released by the ACLU today are a slew of other records including a December 2003 FBI e-mail that characterizes methods used by the Defense Department as "torture" and a June 2004 "Urgent Report" to the Director of the FBI that raises concerns that abuse of detainees is being covered up.

The documents also indicate that military interegators at Guantanamo Bay "impersonated FBI agents" in order to deflect blame should torture practices there be uncovered, and that such impersonation was authroized directly by the Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul Wolfowitz.

The White House has denied that a Presidential Order authorizing torture exists or that Wolfowitz approved any impersonation of FBI agents.

ACLU Press Release



Peaceful Demonstration in Cap Haitien a Success despite Ongoing Repression

Portland, 22.12.2004 10:13

On December 16, 2004 over 10,000 people flooded the streets of Cap Haitien chanting and dancing for over four hours as they risked their lives to peacefully commemorate Jean Bertrand Aristide's 1990 electoral victory in Haiti's first democratic elections. Organizers stated that their two primary demands of the demonstrators were the return of the constitutional government of Haiti and the release of all political prisoners.

Current reports estimate that there are approximately 700 political prisoners in Haiti's overcrowded prisons, none of whom have been convicted of a crime and many who have never come before a judge. Many powerful Lavalas organizers and leaders, including Prime Minister Yvon Neptune and popular singer Annette Auguste "So Anne", have been imprisoned making it difficult for the country's most popular political party to continue to organize or to carry out many of the community education and development projects that were an integral part of the Lavalas platform.

While heavily armed Chilean UN forces and the Haitian National Police were highly visible throughout the march, there was no violence reported.

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VIDEO
Only two international journalists were present at the event and coverage is so far confined to the internet and the San Francisco Bayview newspaper. The only radio station to report on the demonstration in Port au Prince said that several hundred people attended the demonstration, a figure easily disputed with this video footage.

see video >>Beloved Mayor Continues to Serve his Community from HidingJean Charles Moise grew up in Milot, a rural town on the outskirts of Cap Haitien. He was elected mayor in 1995 at the age of 27 by an overwhelming 85% of the vote and was re-elected for a second term in 2000. He served as mayor until he was thrown out of office following the coup on February 29, 2004.

During his tenure as mayor Moise redistributed state landholdings to many landless peasants in the area, earning him great respect among the poor and powerful enemies among the elite who had previously controlled the land. Under the Duvalier dictatorships much of the land in near Milot was owned by the state and leased to absentee landlords. These landlords would then re-lease the land to peasants at exorbitant rates up to 10 times those of the state. There is an area just below the palace of San Souci in Milot that is named Moise in honor of the man who helped the many families that now inhabit that hillside to reclaim the land that rightfully belonged to them, as dictated by Article 74 of the Haitian Constitution.

The community of Milot has changed significantly under the Lavalas government of the past decade.

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previous reports to portland indymedia re. Haiti by Zoe Moskovitz and Sasha Kramer: [ The Politics of Injustice in Haiti: The Cases of Auguste and Chamblain (2004.09.01) | Hard hit Municipalities:The Attempt to Destroy Lavalas and the Consolidation of the Coup (2004.08.21) | The Dismantling of Popular Education Under the new U.S-backed Regime in Haiti (2004.08.21) | Reportback form Haiti: Resistance and Repression Six Months After the Coup (2004.08.21) ]

More info: [ HaitiAction.net ]



portland indymedia readers talk about &quot;God&quot; (hey this is Cascadia, not NYC)

Portland, 22.12.2004 10:07

'Firetruck' writes:
I believe God is a woman
that would explain alot.

'a human being' responds:
You think that God has sex organs and hormones that make up the differences between men and women? Interesting. I would have thought that God had no physical form.

'Jim Lockhart' conjectures:
It seems to me that the attempt to extract the Creator from his Creation has alienated us Creatures from both the Creator and Creation. Possibley what the story of the Fall From Grace, the Garden of Eden, and all that was attempting to tell, in parable form.

'' expounds:
The Divine can be seen as the Great Mother who gives birth to all and devours all. The Divine Mother is the mother of all things including the animate and inanimate, the stars and planets, the plants, animals and people and even the other Deities themselves. She is the primordial archetype that all things are born from. She is as beautiful to behold as she is terrible in her rage. She is the awe that is in sublime and the subtle.

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In The Worldwide Ruling Class - Worker Bee Model, Still Going Strong In The 21st Century, 'Clint Clark' writes: "Old Testament religions are setup to preserve the Ruling Class - Worker Bee model, which began about 8,500 years ago. Old Testament religions are about legitimizing land ownership, taxes, the exploitation of natural resources, social stratification, and wealth generation; not about spirituality. Civilization is the domestication of humans by other humans."

'brent' replies:
it is interesting to note that both the belief in God and the belief in no God are equally ridiculous, and the suggestion is often made that somehow the belief in no God makes more sense, is more rational, when actually either position is absurd, making any argument based on so called reason nonsensicial...

it is also absurd to suggest that the universe had a beginning, which leaves us to wonder what existed in the endless eternity before this beginning, which would be nothing one must suppose, and then somehow something came from nothing, which is also absurd, just as it is incomprehensible to imagine either God or the universe being eternal with no beginning or no end

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A holiday postcard from Vancouver

Portland, 22.12.2004 09:51

In Vancouver this year, we had our fair share of election year jitters. The pre-election tension was palpable: people found it hard to contain themselves oftentimes, whether their leanings are secular and progressive, or other-worldly and oil-driven. But make no mistake--this is a conservative enclave. Clark Co. as a whole voted down the line for everything conservative on Nov. 2, not just Bush, but many of the local elections, and in the senate race it was about dead-even between Patty Murray and republican George Nethercutt. Nethercutt's entire campaign was based upon a comment Murray made about Osama bin-Laden, which apparently endeared him to many voters up here.

This is no rural backwater either, at least parts of Vancouver. Some of the neighborhoods are of well-placed folks with a big stake in the nation's regression. In east Vancouver, (where the author lives), just a brief review of the volume and nature of the auto traffic on Mill Plain Blvd. betrays the impressive wealth of the residents. The road supports a shining, glittering flotilla of brand new cars, as well as the delivery trucks that carry their goods, and dump trucks that lay the foundations of their new homes.

How well do I know these people? I know them a little bit, and I can guess about the rest.



Avustralya: Nükleer

Istanbul, 22.12.2004 08:28

Avustralya'nın gizli nükleer araştırmaları ortaya çıktı



Government condemns millions of animals to lives in cages

Aotearoa, 22.12.2004 07:40

Despite years of lobbying from animal welfare organisations Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton released codes of welfare for pigs and layer hens today that continue to allow intensive farming.

The new pig codes will still allow use of sow stalls and farrowing crates, crates so small sows can’t turn around.

The layer hen codes still allow the use of battery cages, with slightly bigger cages being phased in from 2008. At just 10 centimetres bigger activists say the size difference is barely perceptible - the hens will still be unable to stretch their wings, experience sunlight and dust bathe. They will still live out their lives in sloping wire cages where their feathers rub off and suffer foot deformities and broken bones.

[ Bite Back | Campaign Against Factory Farming | Auckland Animal Action ]



January 6th: Electoral College Votes to Be Certified and Protested

San Francisco Bay Area, 22.12.2004 07:31

On January 6th, 2005 there will be a "Block Bush Insurrection Rally" at the DC Capitol. That day is when the electoral votes, which will have been sealed and sent to the President of the U.S. Senate, are to be read aloud to both Houses of Congress.. The No Stolen Elections campaign says that if one member of the House and one member of the Senate if one member of the House and one member of the Senate object to the certification of the vote, then all members of Congress will finally discuss these issues so they are urging people to call their Congresspeople and Senators. Locally and nationwide, voters are concerned about voter suppression and disenfranchisement, especially in African-American and Hispanic communities. Folks Don't Get It: On African-American voter disenfranchisement in the 2004 election | Against the House: It's a Rigged Game



Lori Berenson

Istanbul, 22.12.2004 07:30

Amerikan İnsan Hakları Mahkemesi Lori Berenson'a verilen 20 yıl hapis cezasını onayladı



El río se hizo escuchar

Argentina, 22.12.2004 06:59

Miércoles 22 de Diciembre de 2004
El río se hizo escuchar



El río se hizo escuchar

Argentina, 22.12.2004 06:57

Miércoles 22 de Diciembre 2004 | CUMBRE DE CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO
El río se hizo escuchar



Belçika: Tren durdurma

Istanbul, 22.12.2004 06:41

Belçika: Tren durduranlar suçlu bulundu



Keeping Light on the Dark Side of Sex

Portland, 22.12.2004 06:28

I noticed recently that the activism world of Portland has been getting pretty cool lately. Protests against Bush are getting organized, community building has been great over the last year with all sorts of inspiringly sustainable projects in food production, alternative fuels implementation, reused wood and earth constructions - Liberty Hall seems to be getting a face-lift, Food Not Bombs fare has been great on the nights when it's available... Not that everything's so amazing great, every victory has numerous corresponding losses these days, but they seem pretty good for the end times of empire...

But I realized also that it's been a while since I've heard anyone talking about verbal consent, or the instances of sexual assault that were tearing up the activist community in Portland and Eugene just a year and a half ago. It's great that I haven't been hearing of any further assaults in that time, although that doesn't mean they haven't happened - I maybe haven't heard or others are maybe keeping silent. Certainly sexual assault continues in society at large, but it could be considered a small blessing that it hasn't been afflicting the activist community.

read the full article...
[ Consent Workshop January 6th ]



January 6th: Electoral College Votes to Be Certified and Protested

San Francisco Bay Area, 22.12.2004 06:28

On January 6th, 2005 there will be a "Block Bush Insurrection Rally" at the DC Capitol. That day is when the electoral votes, which will have been sealed and sent to the President of the U.S. Senate, are to be read aloud to both Houses of Congress. The No Stolen Elections campaign says that if one member of the House and one member of the Senate if one member of the House and one member of the Senate object to the certification of the vote, then all members of Congress will finally discuss these issues so they are urging people to call their Congresspeople and Senators. /news/2004/12/1710703.php Locally and nationwide, voters are concerned about voter suppression and disenfranchisement, especially in African-American and Hispanic communities. Folks Don't Get It: On African-American voter disenfranchisement in the 2004 election | Against the House: It's a Rigged Game



Cenova

Istanbul, 22.12.2004 06:10

Cenova: Dava sürüyor



Filistin - Kelly

Istanbul, 22.12.2004 05:39

Filistin'de film çekmek suç



Names of those who died Homeless in Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA, 22.12.2004 02:28

This list was prepared by the Homeless Persons Health Project and the Homeless Services Center of Santa Cruz. These 30 deaths occurred between December 22, 2003 and December 21, 2004. This list is considered an undercount.
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see also: [ Human Rights Organization fundraiser raises $1840.00 I HUFF Santa Cruz I National Coalition for the Homeless ]




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