Archive of syndicated local features

<<<< You are on page 130 of 1069 pages >>>>
Jump to page:

É o Império, estúpido!

Portugal, 19.01.2005 04:19

É o Império, estúpido!



2005 King Day Celebration in Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, 19.01.2005 04:14

#media_7801;left# The anual King Day Celebration in Atlanta brings Civil Rights Movement leaders, labor unions, youth groups, church groups, environmentalists, peace groups, student groups, human righs groups, people of all colors, faiths and political persuasions from across the USA together to celebrate and remember the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King at his anual birthday celebration in Atlanta, Georgia. The anual celebration is a time for reflection on the work and sacrifices of Dr. King and many others who struggled for the rights of the oppressed, as well as a time for recommitment to keep working for the dream of a better world for all. Photos: [#1] [#2] [#3] [#4] Photos, Audio and Summaries of rally stage speakers: [HERE]



V FSM

Brasil, 19.01.2005 04:13

Um outro Fórum é possível?



indymedia(ca)

Barcelona, 18.01.2005 23:42

Nova política editorial de Indymedia Barcelona





Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Bullet Factory

Hamilton, 18.01.2005 23:11

Homes Not Bombs celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a peaceful and creative protest at the Toronto head office of SNC Lavalin, whose Quebec based bullet manufacturer SNC-TEC produces bullets used in the commission of war crimes by U.S. troops in Iraq.

Police physically prevented a group of demonstrators from entering the building to initiate a discussion on the need for SNC to divest from bullet production.

[photos from action] [M.L. King Jr. 1967 Speech excerpt]



10,000 March for Justice in Columbus Georgia

Atlanta, 18.01.2005 21:25

10,000 people marched in Columbus, Ga. on Jan. 15 to protest the murder of Kenneth Walker, a 39 year old insurance agent by a Muscogee County Deputy Sheriff on Dec. 10, 2003. After almost a year of delaying tactics and lack of information about the investigation, a grand jury declined to charge David Glisson with any criminal act.



Despabílate amor que amanece el horror

Argentina, 18.01.2005 21:21

Martes 18 de Enero 2005 | EL PODER POLITICO Y EL PODER MEDIÁTICO
Despabílate amor que amanece el horror



Despabílate amor que amanece el horror

Argentina, 18.01.2005 21:10

Martes 18 de Enero 2005 | EL PODER POLITICO Y EL PODER MEDIÁTICO
Despabílate amor que amanece el horror



MLK Events

Pittsburgh, 18.01.2005 21:06

MLK Weekend Events in Pittsburgh



Indymedia videographers featured in new Deep Dish Series Shocking and Awful - A Grassroots Response to War and Occupation.

NYC, 18.01.2005 20:59

Dozens of Indymedia videographers have contributed to Deep Dish TVs new series on the war on Iraq. The 12 half hour programs now airing on Free Speech TV and public access stations across the U.S. show the power of independent media and the strength of the collaborative journalism that has grown since the Battle in Seattle in 1999. Over 100 independent video makers, editors and producers were involved in the project. The Real Face of Occupation was edited by NY Indymedia activists Brandon Jourdan and Jackie Soohens and features the work of Bay Area videographer David Martinez who was in Fallujah during the first U.S. bombing. The World Says No To War presents footage from Indymedia centers in Europe, Latin America and Asia.

The series is streamed on the Deep Dish Website. All twelve programs will be aired at the Pioneer theater in the East Village (3rd St and Ave "A") for four nights January 19-22nd. (3 programs each night). The Real Face of Occupation will also be featured at a special screening on February 12 at 5:15 PM in the Museum of Modern Art. Deep Dish TV is also exploring collaborations for it's proposed new series From Attica to Abu Gharib.



Middle East Hopes

DC, 18.01.2005 20:10

Last week, Mahmound Abbas won in the Palestinian election to succeed Yasser Arafat. He won with about 65 percent of the vote. Mustafa Barghouthi, a challenger recieved 20 percent of the vote. Voting was extended two hours in parts of the country because Israeli checkpoints were holding up voters.



Springfield unions fight back against control board attacks

Boston, 18.01.2005 20:06

Members of Springfield’s Finance Control Board, under the guise of achieving fiscal solvency, are stepping up their attacks on workers and their communities here. Special targets are vital city services and public-sector union workers like the teachers who are entering their fourth year of a wage freeze. On Dec. 21, Philip Puccia, the Financial Board’s executive director sent a letter to the Springfield Education Association informing the 2,500 teachers and 3,000 retirees in the teachers' union that the board was going to vote at its next meeting to increase deductibles and co-payments for all services except office visits and prescription drugs effective April 1.



Steelers Fans Against War

Pittsburgh, 18.01.2005 19:52

Steelers: 16-1. WMD found: 0



Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebrated in Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA, 18.01.2005 19:41

A coalition of local organizations invited the entire community to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by joining in activities to promote peace, equality and social justice on Monday, January 17th. People throughout Santa Cruz County commemorated the holiday by engaging in community service activities - making MLK's birthday a "Day on, not a Day off."

"We believe that helping to put food on the table of a hungry family or providing reading material to help educate someone in jail are perfect examples of things that bring us one step closer to Dr. King's dream of an equitable, just society" notes Volunteer Center Director Karen Delaney. YouthSERVE hopes to collect 1,000 books for Friends Outside and 10,000 pounds of food for Second Harvest Food Bank between Dr, Kings' Brithday and Cesar Chavez day in March.

Pat Clark, former NAACP President and one of the local organizers, hopes that people will use part of their holiday to help spread Dr. King's message of hope, equality, compassion and peace. "People think of Dr. King saying "I have a Dream." We want people to remember that Dr. King was also an advocate for ending poverty, promoting peace and taking personal responsibility for making the world a better place."

Video: Download it here! (32.4 megabytes)
Still Images: Posted on Indybay, just scroll down a bit



Governor, Don't Gamble Away the Gorge!

Portland, 18.01.2005 19:20

The Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area is an extremely spectacular, but fragile national treasure right in Portland's backyard. Yet Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski has stated his intention to reverse his position on the proliferation of gambling casinos in Oregon and allow a 500,000 square foot, off-reservation casino smack dab in the middle of the Gorge.

The presence of such a mega-casino will not only increase costs to Oregonians due to ruined lives from gambling addiction. It will also:

  • Bring to the Gorge town of Cascade Locks a building five times the size of a Wal-Mart, visible from the Pacific Coast Trail.
  • Pollute Oregon, Washington, and the Columbia Gorge Scenic Area with thousands of additional cars every day.
  • Threaten this national treasure with unchecked sprawl and misuse.
read more >>

[ Friends of the Columbia Gorge ]



Detroit MLK March &amp; Rally honors the struggle for peace &amp; social justice

Michigan, 18.01.2005 18:29

Activists, politicians honor the 76th birthday of the martyred civil rights leader

The second annual Detroit MLK march & rally drew over one thousand people who paid tribute to the anti-war and social justice legacy of the late civil rights leader



Military Mayhem: Two Recent Incidents Point to Iraq War Insanity Spilling Over on &amp;quot;Homefront&amp;quot;

NYC, 18.01.2005 18:11

The Indypendent recently reported on the struggles of Herold Noel, a homeless Iraq vet from Brooklyn who is trying to find shelter for his wife and three small children while coping with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder caused by the intense fighting he experienced in Iraq. Two more troubling stories have emerged in the past week in California and Kentucky that indicate the "collateral damage" of the Iraq War will not be felt only by the Iraqis. See indypendent.org



An Anti-oppression Guide to the Counter-Inauguration/Washington, DC

DC, 18.01.2005 17:20

Text from a zine created by OKRA, a local affinity group from Washington, DC in preparation for the Counter-Inauguration. Provides over-view of DC geography, and political economic history and a perspective on impacts on mass mobilizing on local communities. Enjoy!



Mosquera

Colombia, 18.01.2005 17:15

Y por asesinar a Pedro Jaime Mosquera ¿cuánto pagaron?



First demonstrations and actions against the WEF in Switzerland

Scotland, 18.01.2005 15:30

Last Saturday, 15th of january 2005, the first demonstration against the World Economic Forum in Davos has taken place in Winterthur, Switzerland. About 400 people demonstrated without any conflict arising. Another 400 demonstrators voiced their resistance in Chur and Adelsberg to the forthcoming WEF from 26-30th of January. In Aarau a creative action took place, whilst a political flashmob confused passers-by in Thun, leading to a spontaneous protest. In Heiden, an attack against the UBS occured. In Bern, the "Tour de Lorraine", educates with films, theatre and gigs. [ AntiWEF2005 ]



Stop Deportation

Melbourne, 18.01.2005 12:27

Iranian writer faces deportation



Chicagoans Mobilize for Counter-Inaugural Protests

Chicago, 18.01.2005 08:58

logoWith only two days remaining before George Bush is sworn in for a second term as President, Chicagoans from across the city are making last minute travel preparations to join the tens of thousands expected to converge in Washington DC on January 20 for a day of diverse counter-inaugural protests against the Bush Administration's right-wing agenda.

The J20 actions will include a permitted presence along the Inaugural parade route, marches and rallies across the city, direct action, and a non-violent anti-war "die-in" in front of the White House. Momentum around counter-inaugural organizing has surged in recent weeks, despite unpredecented restrictive security measures [ map ] designed to intimidate dissent and a massive military and law enforcement mobilization -- including the Chicago police.

A bus caravan organized by the Chicago Organizing Coalition - Counter-Inaugural will leave for DC on Wednesday, January 19th, at 5:30 PM and return on Friday morning, Jan 21st. For those unable to travel to DC, Southsiders for Peace are organizing a local counter-inaugural rally and march on J20 at 3:30 PM, starting at the corner of 95th and Western Ave. Stay tuned to CIMC and DC-IMC for continuing coverage.

Additional Resources:



Doctors and Nutritionists Speak Out

San Francisco Bay Area, 18.01.2005 08:01

While mainstream medical and health professionals have acknowledged for decades the benefits of increasing vegetable intake and decreasing consumption of meat products, they generally refuse to endorse vegetarianism and as such there are still strong cultural taboos in America associated with a vegetarian or vegan diet and misconceptions continue to run deep about the need for meat or dairy for good health. Recent headlines such as "McDonald's Ex-CEO Dies From Colorectal Cancer At Age 44" and others atest that their mixed message is not getting through to prevent poor health. Going against this grain in American dietary culture, a growing number of vegan and vegetarian doctors are speaking out clearly about the benefits of entirely plant-based diets, attempting to educate the public about general nutrition and the healthful effects of a well-balanced vegetarian diet. Others are involved in long-term studies exploring the often ignored benefits, and potential risks, of animal-free nutrition, to better serve those who have chosen to forgo animal-based foods for various reasons.



Bay Area to Protest Possible Social Security Cuts

San Francisco Bay Area, 18.01.2005 07:50

The Gray Panthers of San Francisco have called for a Tuesday, January 18th Day of Action against restructuring and privatizing Social Security. They will hold an 11:30am rally and a march from the former Pacific Stock Exchange to the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and then to Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Office. More info



Bay Area to Protest Possible Social Security Cuts

San Francisco Bay Area, 18.01.2005 07:15

The Gray Panthers of San Francisco have called for a Tuesday, January 18th Day of Action against restructuring and privatizing Social Security. They will hold an 11:30am rally and a march from the former Pacific Stock Exchange to the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and then to Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Office. More info



Mayor Closes Another Homeless Shelter in DC

DC, 18.01.2005 06:17

Tonite, I heard an announcement on NPR local news, that the Mayor is going to close Franklin School homeless shelter. According to the Neighbors Consejo list of available beds for the winter of 2004-2005, this shelter had 250 beds run by Catholic Charities. http://www.neighborsconsejo.org/pdfs/Policy%20Analysis%20Hypothermia%202004-2005.pdf



New agriculture secretary supports biotech and agribusiness

Portland, 18.01.2005 06:12

Mike Johanns, the new Secretary of Agriculture to replace Ann Veneman, is another one of Bush's pro-corporate cabinet picks who is pro-agribusiness and has ties to the biotech industry. (Veneman was on the board of directors of Calgene, the company to bring the first GE vegetable, the Flavr Savr tomato, to market.)

As governor of Nebraska, Johanns was the chairman of Governors Biotechnology Partnership, which calls itself nonpartisan while heavily promoting biotechnology. He also went against family farmers and sided with agribusiness on a variety of farming issues while governor. This article gives more information about his positions on biotech, agribusiness, and free trade, as well as information on Monsanto's current legal troubles and battles against farmers.

read the full article...

[ Northwest Resistance Against Genetic Engineering | pdx imc GE topic page | Biotech IMC ]



O progresso e a sua cruzada

Portugal, 18.01.2005 05:45

O progresso e a sua cruzada



Balloon Rules at Inaugural

DC, 18.01.2005 05:40

This year, you'll need to take special care using those Mylar balloons that have become such a traditional part of all Presidential Inaugurations.



aceh

Istanbul, 18.01.2005 04:28

Aceh çifte felaketle karşı karşıya: Tsunami ve İşgal



J21 Noon in DC: No New Wars! March on Neocons

DC, 18.01.2005 04:23

Local activists will start at noon at American Enterprise Institute/Project for a New American Century and march on 8 more Neocon HQs within a few blocks. Bring your signs, props, puppets, noise makers!!



BlackBox Radio 1/18/05

Michigan, 18.01.2005 04:15

BlackBox Radio airs today at 6PM on WCBN-FM (88.3FM in Ann Arbor). BlackBox Radio is produced in the studios of WCBN and can be heard every Tuesday from 6:00-6:30PM. It is also be available for download from the MichiganIMC.

On this week's show: The hockey strike and its effect on Detroit's businesses, Argentina's economic revolution, and more local, national, and international news.

BlackBox Radio is an all-volunteer group comprised of students and non-students from the Ann Arbor area. There are opportunities to get involved in many ways, including research, field recording, interviewing, audio editing, and more.

Listen to the show! [high quality (27MB) | lower quality (13.5MB)]

To send feedback or learn more, email radio AT michiganimc.org.



SCIRI's Abdul Aziz al-Hakim Likely To Become Next Iraqi Leader

San Francisco Bay Area, 18.01.2005 04:10

1/17/2005: The January 30th Iraqi election is approaching, but many Iraqis in Iraq will not be allowed to vote whereas polling places will exist in the US for those who left Iraq years ago and have no intention of going back. Even those who get to vote will not be given a choice of candidates, instead they will be choosing numbers from a list with no name listed next to them. Each number will correspond to a slate put together by a political party but in most cases the parties have not released the names of their candidates to prevent assassinations.



Riot-Folk! Now Available on Indytorrents.org

Portland, 18.01.2005 04:06

Last week some riotfolk came through portland on a west coast tour and played two shows in portland. The first they played at Liberty Hall, a collectively run community space in North Portland. This was in conjunction with quite a few local acts as a benefit for portland books to prisoners. [ reportback ]

The next show the riotfolk played was at the IWW Hall, at 6th and Burnside. This show was more intimate and benefited the IWW Hall and the back2back cafe. [ pictures I audio ]

All of the music they brought with them is being made available for free download at indytorrents.org. Currently, you can download music from Ryan Harvey, Ethan Miller, Anna Roland, Tom Frampton, and Evan Greer. In short time, the music of Brenna Sahatjian and the show at the IWW Hall will be made available for download. Keep your eyes open.

read more and find out how to download!



Opposite Propaganda Film Night Looks Back at Coronation #1: Minneapols Jan. 18 at 8:30 PM

Minneapolis/St. Paul, 18.01.2005 03:12

George Bush seized office on January 20th, 2001. As the Pretender prepares to climb the throne yet again, Twin Cities Indymedia's Opposite Propaganda Movie Night presents "Not My President!", a top-rate activist production that detailed the protest against his FIRST illegitimate victory. Also showing: The Indymedia NewsReal, and Leader #11 from Pepperspray Productions. Time for the first film: 8:30 (or so) PM Location: As always, the marvelous Dinkytowner: 412-1/2 14th Ave SE in Dinkytown near the U of M east bank campus. Music: Free Radio Twin Cities 93.1 DJs



Second Day of Computer Build Party for Bolivia and Venezuela Racks up 55 Machines

Portland, 18.01.2005 03:00

As reported here on Saturday, technology solidarity activists are spending 6 days over this weekend and next assembling computers that will be sent to community centers and schools in Bolivia and Venezuela. The work party is happening at Freegeek, the local computer reuse and recycling center on SE 10th and Market Street.

Despite the coating of ice Portland recieved Saturday, practically shutting down the city till midday Sunday, a good number of volunteers have been showing up at Free Geek to take part in the effort. An organized process and a step-by-step set of relatively simple instructions is allowing even those unfamiliar with computer hardware to take part productively. By the end of Saturday, 55 machines had been assembled and tested. The goal is a total of 100 of these diskless terminals, with 50 going to Bolivia, and 50 to Venezuela.

read more >>



FCC grants license to Low Power FM station in Rogue Valley

Portland, 18.01.2005 02:52

Activists and community minded people of Southern Oregon have been trying for years to start up a LPFM (Low Power Frequency Modulation) community radio station. There have been few places that a radical community-minded voice could be raised. The corporate Clear Channel and NPR stations filled the air waves. Now that has changed. The FCC has granted a LPFM license to activtists...and we are getting organized. read more >>

[ Other stories about LPFM posted to pdx indymedia ]



Sami in Palestine: Home

Portland, 18.01.2005 02:50

Well, Folks, Thats it. I am back in the ol' USA. I am not sure if I can give any valuable insight at this point, I am just trying to readjust to this place, to calm the nagging voice that keeps telling me I should have stayed. Anyway, here I am, safe and sound, back where I started from. If anyone wants to arrange an event or a speaking engagement, just get a hold of me. Until then, whereever you are, keep working for justice, and take care of yourselves.

love, sami

comment >>

[ Full Archive of all posts from Sami in Palestine ]



Sy Hersh's Latest, and Post 'Rathergate' Investigative Reporting

NYC, 18.01.2005 01:37

Seymour Hersh unloads another bombshell in this week's issue of the New Yorker, writing that the U.S. has placed teams of special forces in Iran to scout out potential military targets for a future military attack. "The Administration has been conducting secret reconnaissance missions inside Iran at least since last summer. Much of the focus is on the accumulation of intelligence and targeting information on Iranian nuclear, chemical, and missile sites, both declared and suspected. The goal is to identify and isolate three dozen, and perhaps more, such targets that could be destroyed by precision strikes and short-term commando raids."

Perhaps even more important than the specific allegations about Iran are the relevations Hersh provides about Pentagon control of covert operations.

More at Indypendent.org



US Covert Ops in Iran

DC, 18.01.2005 01:04

In an article published today by the New Yorker magazine, investigative journalist Seymour Hersh says the US has covert commandos operating in Iran, identifying potential military targets and nuclear weapons sites. Darby Hickey of the DC Radio Coop reports. Audio



Mountain Top Removal in the Appalachian Region

Pittsburgh, 18.01.2005 00:49

Mountain Top Removal in the Appalachian Region



Anuario

Argentina, 18.01.2005 00:33

Lunes 17 de enero de 2005 | Llame ya!
Anuario 2004 de Indymedia La Plata



Radio Free Urbana Fundraiser, Jan. 20 at the Canopy Club, 9pm (and more info)

Urbana-Champaign, 17.01.2005 20:46

*`*`*`*`*`*`*`*`*`*` TAKE BACK THE MIC! *`*`*`*`*`*`*`*`*`*` Radio Free Urbana Fundraiser Benefit Concert Thursday, Jan, 20 @ Canopy Club $5 * Doors open at 8:30 PM Radio Free Urbana is a new non-profit community radio station that will double the amount of airtime dedicated to local programming independent of a corporate agenda. RFU needs to raise $5000 -- HOLD THE PRESSES -- Now, due to several recent donations, RFU only needs to raise another $2,500!!! -- in order to build the station and be on the air by June 2005. Contact rfu@lists.chambana.net to find out how you can become the media! "WRFU - coming to you June 2005 at 104.5 FM Urbana, Illinois"



Bears Waking Up to Global Warming - Why Isn't the Government?

Madison, 17.01.2005 19:59

Look what we've done now. Even the bears in some countries are waking up to global warming! It's too bad our governmental representitives in Madison and Washington are still sleeping. By the time they wake up to the reality of global warming and legislate some action, it will be too late. Grrrrrrr.



Counter-Inaugural Action Coverage on Indymedia

San Diego, 17.01.2005 19:51

In the days to come, the United States is going to see the coronation of a President who was elected with so much fraud that both the Senate and the House of Representatives contested his election. Regardless of the illegitimacy of the vote, millions of people absolutely reject the Bush administration and its policies, and many people reject the policies of the Democratic party and the entire system of representative democracy and capitalism.

On January 19th, the night before the inauguration, San Diego Indymedia will be throwing a counter-inaugural film night with footage from the RNC protests in New York in 2004 and with a short film from the 2000 Inaugural protests in DC. More info here.

We ask you to become the media in the coming days. Indymedia is a place for community access to media, and we can't do it without you! Please submit your stories, photos, video and audio to our website by clicking on the "Publish" button in the upper right hand corner, or just go here.

As the massive demonstrations, marches, direct actions and acts of civil disobedience unfold, you can follow them on indymedia in a variety of ways.

Check dc.indymedia.org for news of the DC actions to stop the inauguration.

Watch this site to see the latest breaking news about the many actions happening here.

Listen to radioActiveradio.org for up to the second live coverage from the streets.

Flyer with all three protests | Details about each of the actions | Queer call to action | Global call to action | Report from San Diego Activists in DC



RECLAIM THE STREETS!! January 20th

San Diego, 17.01.2005 19:46

Street Party in San Diego! Meet at 7pm, at 3rd and Broadway, on January 20th to reclaim our streets from the chains of cars and commerce for the liberation of community and creativity.

What to bring? What to wear? What will this look like? Wear your favorite Dia De Los Muertos outfit or your favorite Irish outfit or your favorite celebratory outfit! Bring noisemakers, drums, bagpipes! Be prepared to dance and celebrate the the reclamation of public space, the commons, autonomy and collective action/power. Bring decorations to transform the street into your vision of a celebration for the dead. Bring an Altar!



Modesto Demands Justice for Sammy Galvan!

San Francisco Bay Area, 17.01.2005 19:38

Around 50-60 members from Modesto and surrounding community came out in force to protest the police murder of Sammy Galvan, and continued harassment of various communities by the Modesto Police Department. First rallying in front of the Modesto Police station, and then marching through downtown, marchers called for justice for Sammy, and for others in Modesto who had died at the hands of Modesto Police. Marchers then later gave speeches and talked about the various issues facing the community. A running theme is that police are using the excuse of gangs to harass, kill, and arrest people on fake charges. Read report by DAAA Collective here. Read speech by DAAA Collective member here.



Martin Luther King, Beyond Vietnam, Riverside Church April 4, 1967 MP3

NYC, 17.01.2005 18:53

'They must see Americans as strange liberators... They watch as we poison their water, as we kill a million acres of their crops. They must weep as the bulldozers roar through their areas preparing to destroy the precious trees. They wander into the hospitals, with at least twenty casualties from American firepower for one "Vietcong"-inflicted injury. So far we may have killed a million of them -- mostly children. They wander into the towns and see thousands of the children, homeless, without clothes, running in packs on the streets like animals. They see the children, degraded by our soldiers as they beg for food. They see the children selling their sisters to our soldiers, soliciting for their mothers.'



OUTREACH TOMORROW!

DC, 17.01.2005 18:17

----Reminder---- We are meeting tomorrow at 11:00 am at the Convergence Center for OUTREACH DAY!



Berlin l�uft wie geschmiert

Germany, 17.01.2005 17:10

Am Samstag, 15.01.05 fand der Hauptstadtkongress in Berlin statt. Verschieden "B�rger-Netzwerke" luden zum Thema: "B�rgerschaftliches Engagement" in das Hotel Grand Hyatt am Potsdamer Platz.Schon an der Eingangst�r des Hotels: Embleme des Lionsclub und der Rotarier heissen willkommen. Innen wechseln die Anstecknadeln an Jackettkr�gen von Parteien aller Couleur �ber Burschenschaften und Sozialverb�nden bis hin zu eingetragenen Marken der Wirtschaft. Wer glaubte eine Veranstaltung zu Themen wie demokratischer Partizipation, neuen Wegen f�r lokale �konomie, gesellschaftliche Solidarit�t oder �hnlichem zu besuchen, fand sich auf einer perfekt inszenierten Werbeveranstaltung von sich b�rgernah gebenden, liberalen Think-Tanks. Sie versuchen die �ffentliche und ver�ffentlichte Meinung mit ihren Zielen, wie z.B. der Privatisierung von Bildung, zu beeinflussen. Schon im Vorfeld �bernahm Teilnehmer des "Panels Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft" und gleichzeitiger Sponsor Hans Wall (Wall AG) die Werbung. Durch ihre Berichterstattung im Nachhinein wie in der Samstagausgabe der Berliner Morgenpost, die damit quasi eine kostenlose Ganzseitenanzeige schaltet, wird der Kongress mit minimalen Werbekostenaufwand allgemein publik. Artikel in der Taz




<<<< You are on page 130 of 1069 pages >>>>
Jump to page: