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Eyes Wide Open: The Human Cost of War Comes to San Francisco

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.03.2005 18:20

Eyes Wide Open is a traveling memorial that exhibits a pair of empty combat boots for each of the over 1500 American soldiers who have died in combat in the Iraq war. The boots are tagged with the names of the soldiers. There is also a wall of names to memorialize the Iraqis who have been killed. The Eyes Wide Open Exhibit is a project of the American Friends Service Committee and many co-sponsors.



Movie Producer Penny Little Comes to San Jose to Finalize Filming of &quot;Electile Dysfunction&quot;

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.03.2005 18:20

On Saturday, March 26th at 2:00PM at the St. James Senior Center in San Jose, speakers, musicians, and concerned citizens will meet to discuss problems that occurred with the voting machines that were used in the last presidential election, and to "plan actions to get an open, secure, and accurate voting system in place for the future." Penny Little, the producer and director of the movie “Electile Dysfunction” will be there, camera in hand, to film activists, organizers, and members of the general public. Emily Levy, the Project Coordinator of the Richard Hayes Philips project, which discovered many of the 2004 election anomalies in Ohio, will be speaking, along with Peter Drekmeier of the Bay Area Coalition for Election Reform, and Jim March, board member of Black Box Voting.org group. Alan Dechert, who is president and founder of the Open Voting Consortium, will speak about the Consortium’s open voting system. Clips from the movies “Votergate” and Little’s most recent version of her film “Electile Dysfunction" will be shown, and political singer Laramie Crocker will perform. Read More | Indybay's Government Page



Refugee Rights/Border Camps

Perth, 25.03.2005 17:03

400 PROTESTORS IN BORDER CAMP AT BAXTER DETENTION CENTRE



Sign the Petition: Dirty Money Out of Our Schools!

Urbana-Champaign, 25.03.2005 17:02

Jay Bergman's money has come from business practices which have been proven to damage the environment of this state. Rather than conducting business in an environmentally responsible fashion, he chooses to eat the losses from the miniscule fines that are imposed and even dole out tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. Rather than crying foul, the greedy politicians from both parties happily accept his money, and Illinois State University is essentially forced to do the same. Now, Rod Blagojevich has a choice: send Bergman packing, or send a message to this community that money is the only thing that matters. Sign the petition to get dirty money out of our schools.



Foro

Colombia, 25.03.2005 17:01

Foro Internacional
Verdad, Justicia y Reparación



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Portugal, 25.03.2005 14:00

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Refinery Explosion

Houston, 25.03.2005 13:20

Why so many accidents, BP Amoco?



99 cents store

LA, 25.03.2005 10:21

Campaign in support of 99 Cents Only Store workers



51st Birthday Celebration for Mumia Abu-Jamal

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.03.2005 09:00

On Sunday, April 24th, there will be a 51st birthday celebration for U.S. political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal. The event will take place at 2 pm at Mission High School, on 18th Street between Dolores and Church Streets. Michael Franti will perform, and speakers will include New York human rights attorney Lynne Stewart, Robert R. Bryan, who is Mumia's lead attorney, Mel Mason, who is the president of the Monterey Peninsula Branch of the NAACP, and many more. A donation will be requested at the door.



Labor Activists Take To The Streets To Protest War

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.03.2005 08:00

On March 19, 2005, hundreds of Bay Area trade unionists and workers joined together in a rally and march against the war. They spoke about the connection of the war and the attack on workers at home. Photos | Video



Movie Producer Penny Little Comes to San Jose to Finalize Filming of &quot;Electile Dysfunction&quot;

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.03.2005 07:30

On Saturday, March 26th at 2:00PM at the St. James Senior Center in San Jose (199 North Third Street), speakers, musicians, and concerned citizens will meet to discuss problems that occurred with the voting machines that were used in the last presidential election, and to "plan actions to get an open, secure, and accurate voting system in place for the future." Penny Little, the producer and director of the movie “Electile Dysfunction” will be there, camera in hand, to film activists, organizers, and members of the general public. Emily Levy, the Project Coordinator of the Richard Hayes Philips project, which discovered many of the 2004 election anomalies in Ohio, will be speaking, along with Peter Drekmeier of the Bay Area Coalition for Election Reform, and Jim March, board member of Black Box Voting.org group. Alan Dechert, who is president and founder of the Open Voting Consortium, will speak about the Consortium’s open voting system. Clips from the movies “Votergate” and Little’s most recent version of her film “Electile Dysfunction" will be shown, and political singer Laramie Crocker will perform. Read more about Open Voting and this event



Iraq's Government Slow To Take Form

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.03.2005 06:20

The leading candidate to become the next Prime Minister of Iraq, Ibrahim Al-Ja’afari, is under pressure from leading Shia to withdraw because of his slow progress forming a new government. Negotiations continue to drag on partly because Ja’afari is struggling to deal with Kurdish demands for greater autonomy and a general resistance to the possible imposition of Islamic law. Despite fundamental differences between many Kurdish and Shia groups, some details of Iraq's future government are starting to emerge. Aside from appointing the Prime Minsiter, Shias are expected to be put in charge of the interior and finance ministries, and will fill the cabinet post of national security adviser. The Kurds will most likely get to appoint Jalal Talabani as president and receive seven to eight ministries, including the foreign ministry and oil. The speaker of parliament is expected to be a Sunni Arab, possibly the current interim president, Sheikh Gazi al-Yawar. Many Sunni leaders are weary about the proposed federalist structure for Iraq , warning this only plays into the hands of the occupation by contributing to slice the country and that calls for federalism 'only serve the interests of the occupation and fuel sectarian strife by pitting Iraqis against one another'.



Refugee Rights

Perth, 25.03.2005 05:32

PROTESTORS ARRIVE AT BAXTER Convervence For Human Rights



New York Museums Find &quot;New Acquisitions&quot;

NYC, 25.03.2005 04:01

A British artist by the name of Bansky managed to surreptitiously hang four pieces of his art in four elite New York Museums - The Brooklyn Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Natural History. He said he did so during normal viewing hours. "I've wandered round a lot of art galleries thinking 'I could have done that' so it seemed only right that I should try," says Bansky. "These Galleries are just trophy cabinets for a handful of millionaires. The public never has any real say in what art they see."



Eviction Papers Served on PG&amp;E Headquarters

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.03.2005 03:20

On March 23rd, Bayview Hunters Point residents delivered a 30-day eviction notice for the Hunters Point Power Plant to PG&E Headquarters on Beale Street in downtown San Francisco. The mothers, residents and allies demanded a meeting with CEO Peter Darvey but were not allowed inside corporate headquarters. PG&E instead sent its Sr. Public Relations director, Guillermo Rodriguez, to accept the 30 day notice—but did not comment. Photos



International Day of Action Against the Arms Trade

United Kingdom, 25.03.2005 01:30

On March 21st, as part of an International Day of Action Against the Arms Trade - called at the 'Destroy the Arms Trade' session at Beyond ESF to coincide with the second anniversary of the start of the second war on Iraq, groups and individuals took part in a number of actions against companies involved in the arms trade.

Netherlands | London | Brighton



An open letter to Senator Judd Gregg regarding the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

New Hampshire, 25.03.2005 00:02

The head of the Senate Budget Committee, NH's very own Judd Gregg, leads an end-run around the legislative process for-- what else-- oil. (This open letter was sent to Judd Gregg's office in DC and to all major NH newspapers on March 14, 2005.)



Penny Drive for New York City Schools

NYC, 25.03.2005 00:01

This morning parents, teachers, and students in all five boroughs joined the Alliance for Quality Education in collecting petitions and pennies urging Mayor Bloomberg to stop shunning his responsibility to fight for the large amount of money NYC’s schools are owed from the State. They are also demanding that he put up NYC’s small share towards adequate funding for every school.



Voting Activists to Gather for National Election Reform Conference

Tennessee, 24.03.2005 23:02

On April 8-10, 2005, a National Election Reform Conference will occur in Nashville, Tennessee to focus on the 2004 election and the need for election reform.. The conference is supported by over 40 local, state and national election reform organizations and it will include plenary sessions as well as pre- and post-conference discussion groups on a host of important topics. This conference will bring persons of all political persuasions together to discuss current threats to our democratic process and ways to achieve meaningful election reform and election justice. The speakers we have assembled are among the most notable in the election research, election reform and election justice movements; including researchers and voting rights activists from Ohio, Florida, New Mexico, Georgia, North Carolina, Arizona, California, Washington, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Maine, New Hampshire, Kansas, Maryland, Texas, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and many other states.



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Portugal, 24.03.2005 23:00

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Radical Events in San Diego!

San Diego, 24.03.2005 22:31

San Diego is getting so active that I can't even make it to all the events anymore! Woohoo!

March 26 - Audre Lorde Day - Please join us this Saturday March 26, at the World Beat Center to celebrate and honor the struggle of a freedom fighter, of a leading Woman in the struggle.

March 30 - SDIMC Movie Night - Join SDIMC on Wednesday, March 30th (and every last Wednesday of the month)for our monthly movie night! 7 pm @ Voz Alta (the corner of 16th and Broadway)$3 to $5 suggested donation. Please bring a yummy vegan snack to share!

March 31 - Cesar Chavez day - The Xispas website and blog is the place to learn about Xicano culture, art, and politics. We deal with history, indigenous traditions, books, opinions, and social criticism. In this newsblast, we offer some people's history and opportunity for community action. Con solidaridad - Xispas staff www.xispas.com/blog

April 1 - March for Health Care - Justice for Janitors, the Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice and the San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council invite you to March for Health Care for Suburban San Diego Janitors.

April 2 - Stop the Border Fence protest - Saturday April 2nd. STOP THE WALL! March and protest the construction of the third wall at the border of San Diego and Tijuana. For information go to http://www.stop-the-wall.org

April 8-9 - Human Rights Film Festival - Human Rights Film Festival at Miramar College - FREE!!!



Victory at Georgetown! &quot;We won!&quot;

DC, 24.03.2005 21:01

Friday, March 24, 2005: NEWS UPDATE! http://www.dclabor.org “WE WON!” Literally tasting the fruits of their labors, Georgetown students ended their 9-day hunger strike at noon today with bites of apples and strawberries as they declared victory in their 3-year campaign to win a living wage for campus workers.



A 'Point of Disappearance'

United Kingdom, 24.03.2005 19:20

Following the screening of the BBC programme ‘Asylum Undercover’ which exposed the abuse of immigration detainees, around 50 demonstrators including refugees from many different countries, gathered at Dallas Court Reporting Centre in Salford to demand justice for asylum seekers and an end to arbitrary detention and deportation.

The Home Offices answer to the abuse seen on the BBC programme is to call yet another public inquiry concerning GSL (Group 4) which has taken over the contract from Wackenhut. This is the third enquiry into this company. The last inquiry into allegations of abuse at Yarls Wood concluded that most of the incidents exposed by an undercover journalist did happen, and yet GSL retained all its contracts to run Removal Centres. A contract to build and manage an accommodation centre for refugees was awarded to them only thirty days after the publication of the results of the inquiry.

Dallas Court is effectively a ‘point of disappearance’ for some, into detention and eventual deportation to potentially unsafe countries. Each time an refugee reports to Dallas Court, they fear being snatched, detained and deported.

Full report Press Release for Dallas Court Demo Anti-Detention Center Filmscreening and Talk



40th Anniversary Teach-In: Evaluating the American Empire

Michigan, 24.03.2005 18:02

Tom Hayden will join students, faculty, and community members at the teach-in this Thursday at Angell Hall at the University of Michigan in commemoration of the first teach-in which took place there in 1965.

Students, faculty, community members, and attendees of the first teach-in will participate in the 40th Anniversary Teach-In: Evaluating the American Empire this Thursday, March 24 at 7pm in Angell Hall at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. All are encouraged and invited to attend. The teach-in will include introductory speeches by Al DeFreece, Rich Feldman, and Tom Hayden.



Wielding Hammers: Women's Art and Liberation

Michigan, 24.03.2005 18:02

Thursday, March 24th 6pm to 12am
Michigan League
911 N. University, Ann Arbor
FREE

Tonight, the rad.art collective and University Unions present a women's forum called Wielding Hammers: Women's Art and Liberation. The event features a panel discussion on art as a tool for liberation for incarcerated women, featuring Laura Whitehorn, radical activist and former member of the Weather Underground, and spoken word artists Alixa Garcia and Naima Penniman of Climbing Poetree. Following the panel discussion will be a series of hands-on art workshops and a hiphop performance.



NYC Files Suit to Censor TIME'S UP! and End Critical Mass

NYC, 24.03.2005 17:31

New York City filed a lawsuit this week, seeking to prevent the TIME'S UP! nonprofit environmental group from promoting or advertising events that the city alleges to be illegal. The lawsuit also states that TIME'S UP! and the general public cannot participate in riding or gathering at the Critical Mass bike ride. It claims that any event whatsoever with 20 or more persons require a permit.

(from the Newswire): "On Wednesday an injunction was filed against the group as well as specific individuals Bill Dipaola, Brandon Neubauer, Leah Rorvig, and Matthew Roth. If the injunction is granted by the state court it will be illegal for any of the named individuals, members of Time’s Up, or "all those acting in concert with" them to promote Critical Mass. Lawyers for the group plan to file a response asking that the city’s request for an injunction be denied.

If Time’s Up’s lawyers fail to halt the injunction, those named would be barred from speaking to the media about Critical Mass or even distribute flyers with the rides time and date. Those who violate the order risk "contempt of court" charges and would be subject to punishment under state law of two possible sentences: a fine of up to $1,000 or a jail sentence of up to thirty or both. “This is really a freedom of speech issue” says Bill Dipaola. “The city is telling us what we are allowed to say and where we are allowed to assemble.”" [Read More]



Georgetown Hunger Strikers Win Every Demand!

DC, 24.03.2005 17:01

Improved conditions for G-town workers.



Breaking News: Eight Dollar Road Blocked Again

Rogue Valley, 24.03.2005 16:32

Reports coming in this morning indicate that the Eight Dollar Road is blockaded by an activist suspended over the road in a bi-pod, effectively keeping log trucks out of the Fiddler Timber Sale.

Yarding and hauling of timber at the Fiddler sale began recently. This morning's blockade is an attempt to halt this work and to highlight the ongoing logging of old growth reserves. Meanwhile, the courts continue deliberating on the merits of two separate cases that will determine if this activity is legal.



Adams Morgan Residents Debate New Designation

DC, 24.03.2005 16:02



Students Lobby Against National Education Budget Cuts

DC, 24.03.2005 15:01

LEDE: Over 250 College students from across the country headed to capitol hill to urge their representatives to not support Bush's proposed budget cuts to education. Bush's plans to cut billions of dollars from education, community development, water projects and other programs have further divided the house and senate. Selina Musuta of the dc radio coop has more from Capitol Hill.



The Media: Blind In Iraq

NYC, 24.03.2005 14:21

It sounded like a scene out of a Joel Schumacher movie: acting on tips from Iraqi citizens "emboldened by the January 30 elections," U.S. and Iraqi forces killed 85 militants at a suspected training camp along the marshy shores of a remote lake, "one of the highest guerrilla death tolls of the two-year insurgency." "As the commandos closed in, guerrillas began firing with assault rifles, machine guns and mortars or rockets," wrote the AP. "The Iraqi police then called for support from the 42nd Infantry Division. The Americans sent in Apache attack helicopters and smaller OH-58D Kiowa helicopters, as well as ground troops. An official at the Interior Ministry said some insurgents tried to escape by boat across the lake, but were killed on the water or as they tried pushing off from shore." All in all, a dramatic attack that underscored the growing competence of US-trained Iraqi security forces, the increasing isolation of the insurgency, and the presence of foregin fighters in Iraq. In short, an attack that reinforced everything the United States wanted to say about the current situation in Iraq. Which is probably why it never happened. Or at least, why it didn't happen the way we were told it happened.



Olunkunle Eluhanla Coming Home To His Mates

Ireland, 24.03.2005 14:00

McDowell Forced To Do A U-turn. McDowell has decided to bring Palmerstown student back from Nigeria McDowell has been forced to admit that he made a mistake in deporting Palmerstown student Olunkunle Eluhanle and is now bringing him back from Nigeria. He is giving him a six month visa to remain in Ireland to do his Leaving Cert. This is obviously due to the immense amount of effort put into this campaign by the Palmerstown Community School students and Residents against Racism, who together forced this issue. They kept this issue alive in the media, which led to all of the oppostion parties, the Archbishop of Dublin, the Teachers Union of Ireland, Integrating Ireland and different schools around the country among others, all coming out against the deportation. What needs to be done now is that all of those on that flight should be brought back. It is known that there were serious human rights abuses in the airport before the plane took off. It is known that some of those on the plane were unable to get in contact with their solicitors to get an injunction put in against their deportation. Also five children have been effectively orphaned in Ireland due to McDowell deporting their mothers. All of those on that plane should be brought back. Also it must be ensured that Olunkunle Elunhanle is given permanent residency rights in Ireland - not just a six month visa. Related Articles Dail Protest Photo Essays / Video / Audio / Links to Related Stories Original Indymedia Report on Deportations http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/mar2005/rar23march05.jpg



The Martyrdom of Archbishop Oscar Romero: 25 Years Later

Boston, 24.03.2005 12:21

Archbishop Oscar Romero was a powerful voice for the poor and oppressed in El Salvador who openly spoke out against U.S.-funded government repression and mass-murder. Such preaching made him a target by U.S.-trained paramilitary death squads in his country and on March 24th, 1980, a week after the Archbishop gave a fiery sermon where he openly called for militiamen to defy their leaders and put down their weapons, he was gunned down by an assassin while he presided over mass. Thursday, March 24th, 2005 marks the 25th anniversary of his martyrdom.



Guatemala: CAFTA Protestoları

Istanbul, 24.03.2005 11:01

Guatemala'dan CAFTA gözyaşartıcı gaz bulutlarıyla geçti



No Borders : Protests at Detention Centre

Melbourne, 24.03.2005 10:21

Baxter Convergence to Challenge Government



Bay Area Anarchy Week Starts this Weekend

San Francisco Bay Area, 24.03.2005 08:20

This year represents the 10th year of the Anarchist Book Fair, where confirmed speakers include writer and professor Ward Churchill, Bary Pateman (editor at the Emma Goldman Papers), Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz (author of Red Dirt and Outlaw Woman), Peter Werbe (of Fifth Estate), artist Eric Drooker, and Entartete Künst. This event will be held at the San Francisco County Fair Building on March 26th from 10 am till 6 pm. Anarchist Bookfair details



M19 - Atlantans Join Worldwide Anti-War Protests

Atlanta, 24.03.2005 08:01

#media_8022;right# March 19, 2005, was an International Day of Protest on the second anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Internationally, anti-war demonstrations ringed the globe, from Belgium to Brazil to Malaysia. [photos]. UK Indymedia has good coverage of the 100,000-strong London protest as well as english-language coverage of the continental demonstrations.
In the United States, over ten thousand people took to the streets of San Francisco, and thousands took to the streets of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston. In Eureka, thousands braved the rain to demand an end to the occupation of Iraq and the immediate withdrawal of US troops. Indymedia.US has a wrap-up of the American demos. In Fayetteville, NC, home of Fort Bragg, a Southeastern regional rally sponsored by United For Peace and Justice drew 3000-5000 people (including a large contingent of Iraq Veterans for Peace) who marched to a city park for a large rally. Anger and sorrow were present in equal parts, as family members mourned the loss of their children, brothers, and parents to this senseless war. [Photo Essays 1,2,3,4 ] from North Carolina Indymedia. One of the Speakers in Fayetteville was Medea Benjamin of Global Exchange and Code Pink. [IMC Atlanta Interview ] (excerpted from this week's Currents of Resistance.) In Atlanta, a march was held downtown - [Photos and Story 1],[Photos and Story 2] [More Photos] ...more photos available in the Media Gallery
New: Video from Submedia: [ANTI-WAR PROTESTS ROCK DOWNTOWN ATLANTA]



Eyes Wide Open: The Human Cost of War Comes to San Francisco

San Francisco Bay Area, 24.03.2005 07:20

Eyes Wide Open is a traveling memorial that exhibits a pair of empty combat boots for each of the over 1500 American soldiers who have died in combat in the Iraq war. The boots are tagged with the names of the soldiers. There is also a wall of names to memorialize the Iraqis who have been killed. The Eyes Wide Open Exhibit is a project of the American Friends Service Committee and many co-sponsors.



1976-2005: 29 años de resistencia

Argentina, 24.03.2005 07:00

Jueves 24 de Marzo 2005 | LA LUCHA CONTINUA
1976-2005: 29 años de resistencia



HOY COMO AYER EL PUEBLO DESAPARECE

Argentina, 24.03.2005 05:20

Jueves 24 de Marzo 2005 |
HOY COMO AYER EL PUEBLO DESAPARECE



laboro (eo)

Barcelona, 24.03.2005 05:20

Urĝe [22an mar] ::: Ago kontraŭ entrepren-senlokigoj ::: 9 arestitoj

Ekde la 17a h. >>> Amasiĝo ĉe la policejo de Nou Barris [Str. Aiguablava, Trinitat Nova L-4]
[23an mar 10h] Amasiĝo ĉe la juĝejoj de bulvardo Lluís Companys

Depeŝoj [I] [II] [III]
:::Lastaj novaĵoj:::
[15a h] Ili liberigis neplenaĝan arestitinon. Verŝajne la aliaj morgaŭ estos je la dispono de la juĝisto.

+infoj ::: >>>laboro



Enmigrado (eo)

Barcelona, 24.03.2005 05:20

"Ĉiu havas la rajton libere cirkuli kaj elekti sian rezidejon interne de ŝtato" (Universala Deklaracio de Homaj Rajtoj, art. 13)

[11an-13an de marto Enfermiĝoj] Depeŝoj de la enmigrintoj al la socialaj movadoj | [La nokton de la 11a-12a de marto]: La enmigrintoj komencas la enfermiĝojn pro siaj legitimiloj | La enmigrintoj enfermiĝas en preskaŭ dudeko da ejoj en la tuta Barcelono kaj ĉirkaŭaĵoj | Nova regularo de la Leĝo pri enmigrado: Hurdo-kurado kun kaptiloj >>> Qsvt-sekvado de la enfermiĝoj 11an-12an-13an de marto

| [5an marto] Antaŭa asembleo pri Organizaĵoj de enmigrintoj | Al la tago pri la 2an de aprilo kontraŭ la internigejoj por enmigrintoj | Solidareco kun la enmigrintoj batalantaj en la UPF | Enmigrintaj kampar-laborantoj venkas transnacian entreprenon pri rapidmanĝaĵoj | La kapitalistoj ne reguligas la enmigrintojn: ili maldungas | 2a eŭropa tago pri la libera homcirkulado kaj kontraŭ la arestejoj de enmigrintoj | La suda eŭropa landlimo estas alia hontomuro

| Informo-punktoj kaj konsilado por enmigrintoj en Barcelona | Dosieroj por presi kaj disdoni kun informoj pri konsilado-punktoj por enmigrintoj

+infoj :: Enmigrado



1976-2005: 29 años de resistencia

Argentina, 24.03.2005 05:01

Jueves 24 de Marzo de 2005
1976-2005: 29 años de resistencia



HOY COMO AYER EL PUEBLO DESAPARECE

Argentina, 24.03.2005 05:00

Jueves 24 de Marzo 2005 |18 hs. Marcha desde Colón y Cañada
HOY COMO AYER EL PUEBLO DESAPARECE



Oracle, Google, Ebay Execs Top List of 46 Bay Area Billionaires

San Francisco Bay Area, 24.03.2005 05:00

According to Forbes' latest list of the "World's Richest People," Silicon Valley execs Lawrence Ellison of Oracle, Sergey Brin and Larry Page of Google, and Jeffrey Skoll of Ebay top the Bay Area's billionaire roster. Over the past year alone, the net worth of the Bay Area's billionaires increased by a whopping 33%, from 85 billion to 112.9 billion dollars. At this rate of increase, the Bay Area's billionaires will be worth over 1.1 trillion dollars within eight years. More on San Francisco's billionaire club



NJ Squatter's Homes Bulldozed

NYC, 24.03.2005 03:31

Woodbridge Township, New Jersey - Woodbridge Township has bulldozed the last two homes, in a nearly 20-year-old secluded squatter community. Officials say that it was a "quality-of-life issue" and despite evidence to the contrary have described the area as "just deplorable." The non-conformist community came under the ire of local business leaders like Robert Landolfi who had vowed to "to do whatever we can to get them into the social-service delivery system."



Regular Events Sponsored By Arkansas Indymedia

Arkansas, 24.03.2005 00:01

Arkansas Indymedia hosts several regular events at the 5 Squirrels Community Center located at 523 W. Poplar Street in Fayetteville. Come by and check out the spot. -Every Wednesday night at 8pm is Arkansas Indymedia Movie Night. Stop by and enjoy some free food and a movie. A full bar is also available for your enjoyment -Every Saturday afternoon starting around 1pm is Indymedia Funday. Around 1pm folks interested in Indymedia projects gather at our lab to informally talk about and work on projects ranging from audio and visual to internet and event organizing. -The first Saturday of every month at 2pm Arkansas Indymedia has its official meeting. Stop by and see how a concensus-based anti-heirarchy collective operates. Become a part of Arkansas Indymedia.



Apsic

Sydney, 23.03.2005 23:21

Stan Goff: Fascist or Freedom Fighter?



educació(ca)

Barcelona, 23.03.2005 22:00

III Trobada d'estudiants dels Països Catalans

Per què una trobada d'estudiants dels països catalans? --- Informació i programació

---24.25,26 i 27 de març 2005---

notícies relacionades: el Ministeri vol separar català i valencià a les EOI ::: Festival mundial de la Juventut i els estudiants ::: crònica de la trobada europea d'estudiants del febrer ::: Educació Antimilitarista ::: Hi ha 40 milions d'analfabets a AL a causa del neoliberalisme::: Vaga d'estudiants valencians 10 març ::: La CEPC dona suport a la lluita que exigeix la desaparició de la religió del currículum escolar ::: Perú : Greu atemptat contra l'educació gratuïta

més info: >>>Ensenyament+++Coordinadora d'estudiants dels Països Catalans+++Alternativa Estel



educación(es)

Barcelona, 23.03.2005 22:00

III Encuentro de estudiantes de els Països Catalans

¿Por qué un encuentro de estudiantes de els països catalans? --- Información y programación

---24-27 de marzo 2005---

noticias relacionadas: el Ministerio quiere separar catalán y valenciano en las EOI ::: Festival mundial de la Juventud y los estudiantes ::: crònica del encuentro europeo de estudiantes de febrero ::: Educación Antimilitarista ::: Hay 40 millones de analfabetos en AL a causa del neoliberalismo ::: Huelga de estudiantes valencian*s 10 marzo ::: La CEPC da apoyo a la lucha que exige la desaparición de la religión del currículum escolar::: Perú : Grave atentado contra la educación gratuita

más info: >>>Ensenyament+++Coordinadora d'estudiants dels Països Catalans+++Alternativa Estel




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