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SMC Protest Against JROTC

LA, 28.04.2005 07:20

Call to Action to the Progressive Community of Los Angeles,



Military recruiters protested in Eureka, CA

San Francisco Bay Area, 28.04.2005 07:20

Military recruiters locked themselves in their offices, as as anti-recruitment protesters rallied in front of their office in Eureka, California. One young recruit was handed literature on the dangers of being exposed to depleted uranium and information on how to become a conscientious objector. The counter-recruitment event was part of a 4-day community and Humboldt State University campus teach-in in remembrance of the 30th anniversary of the end of the US war against Vietnam. The festivities started with a well-attended walk-out of the Arcata high school.
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Month-Long Series of Events with Military Resisters

San Francisco Bay Area, 28.04.2005 07:20

In the leadup to the San Francisco Bay Area Support Rally for military resisters on Tuesday, May 10th, at 12 noon, there will be several events in the Bay Area related to resistance to military service. Pablo Paredes will face a Special Courts Martial on May 11th on charges of absence without leave and "missing movement," since his application for conscientious objector status was rejected. Several events will be co-sponsored by Not in Our Name and Courage to Resist!

On Saturday, April 30th, Kevin and Monica Benderman will be in San Francisco to speak at 2pm. Army sergeant and Iraq War veteran- turned- conscientious objector Kevin Benderman will be facing a May 11th court martial at Fort Stewart, Georgia. That evening, there will be an Old-Time Anti-War Square Dance Benefit in San Francisco to benefit the defense of military resister Pablo Paredes, as well as Iraq Veterans Against the War. In protest against the Iraq War, Paredes publicly refused to deploy to the Middle East. IVAW is a newly formed organization of recent Iraq veterans opposed to the ongoing war and occupation.

On Sunday, May 1st, Camilo Mejia and Kevin Benderman will have two appearances- one in San Jose in the afternoon, and in Palo Alto in the evening. On Monday, May 2nd, Camilo Mejia will speak in Oakland, and then on Wednesday, May 4th, he will speak in Santa Cruz. On Sunday, May 29th, there will be a Military Voices Against Endless War Forum in Berkeley. The event is being hosted by Not in Our Name, Iraq Veterans Against the War, and Gold Star Families for Peace, and will be co-sponsored by Middle East Children’s Alliance, Veterans for Peace, Vanguard Foundation, LA Coalition Against Militarism in Our Schools. The event will include Aidan Delgado, Dr. Gene Bolles, Camilo Mejia, Cindy Sheehan, Tim Goodrich, Stephen Funk. A similar event will take place in LA the night before.

Read more about Courage to Resist, Pablo Paredes, Camilo Mejia- recently released from prison, Kevin and Monica Benderman, Not in Our Name, and these events



U.S. Funding Iraqi Militias Led by Baathists As Part of Counter-Insurgency Operation

San Francisco Bay Area, 28.04.2005 07:00

4/21/2005: In trying to defeat the Iraqi insurgency, the Pentagon has turned to Saddam Hussein’s former henchmen. Under former Interim Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, U.S. officials has installed many of the hated Baathists who tormented Iraq in high-level posts in the interior and defense ministries.
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A report by the Wall Street Journal from Feb. 16 revealed that numerous “pop-up militias” thousands strong are proliferating in Iraq. Not only are many of these shadowy militias linked to Iraqi politicians, but the Pentagon is arming, training and funding them for use in counter-insurgency operations.

Most disturbing, one militia in particular—the “special police commandos”—is being used extensively throughout Iraq and has been singled out by a U.S. general for conducting death squad strikes known as the “Salvador option.” The police commandos also appear to be a reconstituted Hussein security force operating under the same revived government body, the General Security Directorate, that suppressed internal dissent.

Read More In NYC Indymedia's Indypendent | Democracy Now Interview



Jaafari Forms Cabinet

San Francisco Bay Area, 28.04.2005 06:30

On Wednesday April 27th, Iraqi Prime Minister-designate Ibrahim al-Jaafari announced he had formed a cabinet. It appears that the United Iraqi Alliance (UIA) will get 17 cabinet posts, the Kurds nine (including the Foreign Ministry), Sunni Arabs will get seven, including the Defence Ministry and the Christian and Turkmen minorities will get one ministry each. Sadun al-Dulaymi is slated to become defence minister and Roj Nuri Shaways, Ahmad Chalabi and Saad al-Lahabi will be Jaafari's deputies.

During arguments over the formation of the new new cabinet, three key Sunni Arab lawmakers resigned from the dominant United Iraqi Alliance (UIA) in protest against the attempt to marginalise Sunni Arabs. They also expressed resentment against what they called foreign interference in ministry-making decisions. While the US had been complaining in public about the time it was taking for the new government to form, the Sadr Movement has charged that Iyad Allawi was attempting to obstruct the formation of a government in order to make them withdraw the names of cabinet ministers who are not liked in Washington. It is reported that when Adil Abdul Mahdi, an Iraqi vice president, was in Washington a few weeks ago he was pressing the White House for permission to give the Ministry of the Interior to the his own SCIRI party. In order to secure the post, he had to give the Americans assurances his party would not adopt policies that contradicted the security plans of the US military in Iraq.

Jafari's Government: The House of Cards | Talabani Fears Baath Military | Al-Ahram: De-nationalising Iraq



Letter to Chancellor Denton and EVC Kliger from UCSC Faculty and Staff

Santa Cruz, CA, 28.04.2005 06:21

Dear Chancellor Denton and EVC Kliger:

We know that this has been an extremely difficult week for you and for the university.

We also know that each of you as well as others in the administration, including Associate Vice Chancellor Jean Marie Scott, have worked very hard in an attempt to negotiate a satisfactory resolution to the confrontation with the students who organized Tent University at the base of campus. We acknowledge these efforts.

However, we express our deepest distress at the decision to call in the police to arrest students on Monday evening. Based on observations by those of us present at various times during the evening, and reports from others, we believe the use of police was unwarranted and seriously endangered the safety of the students at Tent University and threatened to escalate into a wider conflagration. It was also very disturbing to us that police were brought from the Berkeley campus in riot gear to handle what was fundamentally a peaceful gathering because of concerns about “camping,” a matter which could have been easily handled with simple citations or other non-confrontational police presence, as well as continued negotiations. We are also distressed at the police violence and the numbers of students injured, some of whom are in our classes. Tent Universities have been established at a number of campuses nation-wide and no such police action was initiated.
Read the full letter and view the list of signers

Previous TUSC features: Tent University Santa Cruz, April 18-22: Claiming UCSC As Our Own || An Open Letter to the Campus Community from Lit Grads || TUSC Direct Democracy Forum Votes To Stay Put || Suddenly, the Cops Ran Away and the People Rejoiced! || UCSC's Vice-Chancellor of Communications lies about police brutality at TUSC || Tent University -- Toward A Common Platform || Fuck the Corporate Media; Guerilla Screening at Tent U. Santa Cruz



Crafting Solutions to Gang Violence in Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA, 28.04.2005 06:21

The US Justice Department estimates more than three-quarters of a million people in the US are gang members. For decades, various street gangs have operated in large US cities, but in recent years, many small towns and rural areas have become fertile ground for gang activity. As the U.S. Conference of Mayors convenes today in DC for a National Summit on Gang Violence, FSRN's Vinny Lombardo examines how one California community is confronting these issues and crafting solutions.

Audio: Listen to the Stream or Download the mp3

[ Free Speech Radio News || Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos ]



Students at CSUF are Starving for Civil Liberties

San Francisco Bay Area, 28.04.2005 05:00

4/27/2005: Students at CSU-Fresno started a 48 hour fast on Wednesday because they say their civil liberties have been violated. The students are concerned because undercover law enforcement officers were used to monitor an event the group held on campus and they believe the administration is lying about it.

Ruth Obel-Jorgensen says that her civil liberties have been violated and academic freedom is in jeopardy at CSUF. Obel-Jorgensen is the president of the Campus Peace and Civil Liberties Coalition. Her group held the event featuring Yourofsky on campus. The topic was veganism, which is a type of vegetarianism. Obel-Jorgensen said that her group was surprised to learn that there were undercover law enforcement officers attending the event. SunMt video of today’s press conference and the start of the fast

More Central Valley News on Indybay's Central Valley Page.



Students at CSUF are Starving for Civil Liberties

San Francisco Bay Area, 28.04.2005 04:30

4/27/2005: Students at CSU-Fresno started a 48 hour fast on Wednesday because they say their civil liberties have been violated. The students are concerned because undercover law enforcement officers were used to monitor an event the group held on campus and they believe the administration is lying about it.

Ruth Obel-Jorgensen says that her civil liberties have been violated and academic freedom is in jeopardy at CSUF. Obel-Jorgensen is the president of the Campus Peace and Civil Liberties Coalition. Her group held the event featuring Yourofsky on campus. The topic was veganism, which is a type of vegetarianism. Obel-Jorgensen said that her group was surprised to learn that there were undercover law enforcement officers attending the event.

See the SunMt video of today’s press conference and the start of the fast here



ecologia (ca)

Barcelona, 28.04.2005 04:20

el pla caufec afecta a tothom... i beneficia als de sempre !

davant l'inminent inici de les obres... sortim al carrer!

30 d'abril MANI + CONCERT - convocatòria

motius per al NO :: Una llarga història de corrupció i "trapis" :: actualitat del contenciós :: ha sortit la revista del caufec i ja se'n ha fet una segona edició ::l'impacte ambiental un mur a l'entrada de collserola :: el caufec en 1000 idiomes i + :: 17 d'abril :: festa de les rodes -- >>>+ info :: noalplacaufec.net :: paremoselcaufec (nospam) rusc.net :: 685 269 787

més especulació:: CLOT: 26abr desallotjament Bloody Mary :: FORAT DE LA VERGONYA: 25abr La merda del nou mercat de Santa Caterina al Forat :: BESÓS:: bon pastor : Enquesta veïnal a les Cases Barates del Bon Pastor :: 29 abr acte cultural :: la mina: la mina, objecte de desitg :: POBLE NOU: 27abr Salvem Can Ricart :: Calendari activitats abril-maig :: MENORCA: desallotjament Llucalari i okupació Dinianculla
més ecologia:: Xerrada "Fi de la societat industrial" a la Banka Rota, 29 Abril :: 25abr La urbanització de Muntanyans a risc d'inundació :: 24abr Boicot a Panrico :: MASSA CRÍTICA!!! 6 de maig 20h pl.Països Catalans

>>>+info :: ecologia i especulació



ecología (es)

Barcelona, 28.04.2005 04:20

el plan caufec afecta a todos... y beneficia a los de siempre !

ante el inminente inicio de las obras... salimos a la calle!

30 de abril MANI + CONCIERTO - convocatoria

motivos para el NO :: Una larga historia de corrupción y "trapis" :: actualidad del contencioso :: ha salido la revista del caufec y ya se ha hecho una segunda edición ::el impacto ambiental un muro en la entrada de collserola :: el caufec en 1000 idiomas y + :: 17 de abril :: fiesta de les ruedas -- >>>+ info :: naolplacaufec.net :: paremoselcaufec (nospam) rusc.net :: 685 269 787
más especulación:: CLOT: 26abr desalojo Bloody Mary :: FORAT DE LA VERGONYA: 25abr La mierda del nuevo mercado de Santa Caterina en el Forat :: BESÓS:: bon pastor : Enquesta vecinal a en las Casas Baratas del Bon Pastor ::acto cultural 29 abr :: la mina: la mina, objeto de deseo :: POBLE NOU: 27abr Salvemos Can Ricart :: Calendario actividades abril-mayo :: MENORCA: desalojo Llucalari y okupación Dinianculla
más ecología:: Charla "Fin de la sociedad industrial" en la Banka Rota, 29 Abril :: 25abr La urbanización de Muntanyans en riesgo de inundación :: 24abr Boicot a Panrico :: MASA CRITICA!!! 6 de mayo 20h pl.Països Catalans
>>>+info :: especulació i ecologia



May Day in the Philippines

Manila, 28.04.2005 04:02

BE THE MEDIA ON MAYDAY!



WAG Threatened

Worcester, 28.04.2005 03:32

WAG Threatened ~ Local Artists Plan Future



Cartucho

Colombia, 28.04.2005 03:20

Tienen derecho a vivir



Mayoral election

Pittsburgh, 28.04.2005 03:01

Pittsburgh mayoral candidates discuss urban life and police acountability



1° de mayo

Colombia, 28.04.2005 03:00

Contra el TLC



Columbia Provost Threatens Blacklist Against Strikers

NYC, 28.04.2005 02:20

At Columbia, where the students just concluded a weeklong strike in tandem with their brethren at Yale, a previously undisclosed internal memo (just obtained by The Nation--download here) reveals that the administration has been flirting with union-busting tactics that go well beyond anything an academic institution should contemplate. The memo, dated February 16, 2005, is signed by none other than Alan Brinkley, a well-known liberal historian who is now serving as Columbia's provost. Brinkley has gone out of his way to assure outside observers, including New York State Senator David Paterson, that "students are free to join or advocate a union, and even to strike, without retribution." Yet his February 16 memo, addressed to seventeen deans, professors and university leaders, lists retaliatory actions that might be taken against students "to discourage" them from striking. Several of these measures would likely rise to the level of illegality if graduate student employees were covered under the National Labor Relations Act. Such measures include telling graduate student teachers and researchers who contemplate striking that they could "lose their eligibility for summer stipends" (i.e., future work opportunities) and also "lose their eligibility for special awards, such as the Whitings" (a prestigious scholarship and award program). Yet another proposal cited in the memo would require students who participated in the strike "to teach an extra semester or a year" as a condition for receiving their scholarly degree.



MORADIA

Brasil, 28.04.2005 02:20

Sem tetos ocupam prédio do INSS no Rio



Latest USDA Policy on Organic Personal Care Will Punish Real Organic Brands While Protecting Those Who Mislabel

DC, 28.04.2005 02:01

Certified organic olive oil does not magically become non-organic if it is used as a massage oil instead of on a salad. Under pressure from big business, the Bush Administration’s USDA is attempting to re-interpret the National Organic Program so as to kick out personal care companies that actually make certified organic lotions, balms and other products certified to National Organic Standards.



Out of Sync with Block, and, oh, Illegal

NYC, 28.04.2005 01:20

NEW YORK, April 26 -- Eighty-one East Third Street stands thirteen stories tall smack in the middle of the block, intruding on a quiet East Village block where no building is above six stories tall. Local residents claim that the high-rise building is illegal: that it violates Zoning and Building codes, that developers erected a dormitory without a lease signed by an educational institution and many question the process by which the permits were issued, calling it a "bait and switch." Led by a large coalition of community groups including the Cooper Sqare Committee, about one hundred East Village neighbors rallied yesterday afternoon against the 81 East Third Street "dorm" demading that the NYC Department of Buildings require the developers to remove the top six stories of the building and revoke all permits assigned to the property.



A Story from Occupied Palestine: A moment that changed my life

Portland, 27.04.2005 23:21

On April 22, 1991, I was only 18 years old; I was out with some of my comrades planning to conduct a march and rally in the streets of our town, Beit Sahour, against the Israeli occupation of our land. This march was one of many peaceful protests held as part of what had become known as the 'first Intifada' (popular uprising), which had begun in 1987.

... on that fateful April morning in 1991, I discovered at one point during the demonstration that I was surrounded by a group of masked men who pretended they were also Palestinian protesters. They tried to talk to me in Arabic and ask me about "the location of the soldiers" in an attempt to fool me, but the man who spoke to me didn't pronounce the Arabic words correctly. It was at that moment I realized that I was actually surrounded by a death squad. [ A HREF="http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2005/04/316329.shtml">Read More ]



May Day 2005 in Aotearoa

Aotearoa, 27.04.2005 23:01

International Workers Day (1st May) will be celebrated all over the world. In Aotearoa/New Zealand demonstrations, workshops rallies and other exciting things are planned in several cities. Aucklanders are planing on Reclaiming Queen st on Friday. A "Sites of Struggle"march supported by GPJA will focus on workers solidarity and police brutality. A busy weekend for Wellington: a Reclaim the Streets on Friday, Workshops on Saturday and Sunday, a Peoples Global Action hui on Saturday afternoon and a May Day March on Sunday starting at 2pm at Midland Park. Details can be found on www.mayday05.tk In Christchurch a rally is being planned (no details at the moment, sorry. Please let us know). Food not Bombs will be serving free food in Dunedin – time to be confirmed. Many trade unionists will be going to Blackball on the West Coast. The 11th annual May Day concert is taking place in Palmerston North on Saturday night.



Jesse Jackson, Jr. Fights for Constitutional Right to Vote

Boston, 27.04.2005 23:01

Last night, the National Voting Rights Institute and Lesley University hosted Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. to speak to the issue of a constitutional right to vote for all US citizens. Speaking to a packed audience at the Marran Theater, Congressman Jackson made it abundantly clear that there is no specific guarantee providing the right to vote under the US Constitution, and so he has filed House Joint Resolution 28 to remedy this.



Six Congresspeople call for US Justice Dept.inquiry regarding the RNC

NYC, 27.04.2005 22:31

Six Democratic members of the House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary, Hon. John Conyers, Jr., Hon Robert C. Scott, Hon. Sheila Jackson Lee, Hon. Jerold Nadler, Hon. Melvin Watt, and Hon. Linda Sanchez wrote a letter dated April 25, 2005 to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales regarding "credible and troubling reports of police misconduct and perjury in connection with the arrests and prosecution of demonstrators at last year's Republican National Convention in New York City." They called for "immediate federal scrutiny by the Justice Department" of possible "criminal deprivations of rights under color of law and civil violations of the police pattern and practice laws." A copy of the letter is attached. (photo: Antrim Caskey)



Fresno Calls for Accountability, not Accreditation

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.04.2005 19:20

On Tuesday, various activists spoke before a packed City Hall in Fresno, to call attention to various issues within the Fresno Police department, during a meeting to discuss giving accreditation to the FPD. Activists with the Central California Criminal Justice Committee have worked for several years to get an independent police review body in Fresno, and have gained ground on getting police complaint forms in various community buildings. However, speaker Ellie Bluestein brought up several problems with this sytem, steming largely from police not putting the complaint forms out for the public. Bluestein also brought up several instances of police misconduct involving harassment, police misconduct with suspects, sexual misconduct, misuse of city equipment, and other problems within the department. Gloria Hernandez, brought up several problems with the way in which CALEA is going about accreditating the Fresno Police. Mark Stout brought up information in relation to the number of police fatal shootings in the area.



May Day Events in NYC

NYC, 27.04.2005 19:01

Sunday, May 1st is May Day-- the original labor day in the United States. It started as International Workers' Day in the late 1800's in the U.S., though it is now largely ignored here. [Read More on May Day's Medieval Origins] Chicago IMC has compiled a wealth of background information on the Haymarket Martyrs and the origin of May Day.

There are a number of May Day events planned in New York City. United For Peace and Justice is planning an anti-nuclear march past the UN. Make the Road By Walking has invited New Yorkers to march with local Bushwick workers. The RCP is sponsoring a number of events, and A New World In Our Hearts is sponsoring a May Day festival. The Troops Out Now Coaltition claims that it is organizing "the first major May Day rally and march in New York City in more than 25 years." There are a number of other progressive events in the city this entire weekend.

The local anarchist newspaper the New York Rat has also published a special May Day edition.



POG Shuts Down Army Recruiters at CMU

Pittsburgh, 27.04.2005 18:21

POG Shuts Down Army Recruiters at CMU



Rally to Stop Judicial Takeover

San Diego, 27.04.2005 18:01

Rally to Stop the Judicial Takeover
COALITION FOR A FAIR AND INDEPENDENT JUDICIARY
Wednesday, April 27, at 5 PM. In San Diego, the rally will be held at large space next to Federal Courthouse in
downtown San Diego, at Broadway and Front St



Chicago Peace Group Sues Police for Evidence of Covert Infiltration

Chicago, 27.04.2005 17:01

photo courtesy joeff.comIn a reversal of posture from defense to offense, the American Friends Service Committee and the ACLU have announced that they have asked a judge to order the Chicago Police Department to relinquish documents concerning the police's questionable covert infiltration of the AFSC. The infiltration in question took place during the course of November 2002 protests in Chicago against the Trans-Atlantic Business Dialogue. The infiltration against the AFSC was part of covert police operations against five Chicago-area organizations discovered in the wake of an internal audit of CPD operations. Read more | Coverage from The NewStandard



Venezuela film The Revolution Will Not be Televised @ UMN

Minneapolis/St. Paul, 27.04.2005 16:01

Film forum featuring the award-winning documentary on the coup d’etat against Venezuela’s twice democratically-elected President Hugo Chavez, which took place in April 2002. It also shows the popular uprising that brought him back.



Images: Anti-War activist, Astor Place

NYC, 27.04.2005 15:31

(from the Open Newswire): On Tuesday I came across an anti-war activist standing on traffic signal pole in Astor Place. A sign attached to the pole read, "WAR?" and on his chest was written "All American." The "ONE WAY" signs were changed to read, "NO WAR." Apparently he stayed up there for almost two hours before the NYPD took him down.



Semana Sem TV de 25 a 2 de Maio de 2005

Portugal, 27.04.2005 15:00

Semana Sem TV de 25 a 2 de Maio de 2005



The joy of seeds

United Kingdom, 27.04.2005 14:00

Last month saw Oxford's first seed swap. In a repeat of a formula tried and tested in other areas, growers came to exchange seeds and knowledge and got to go away with some rare and unusual veg varieties, as well as some that are local to Oxford.

The importance of saving seeds has never been more relevant as the erosion of our genetic heritage continues, not just here but all over the world, and with potentially disasterous consequences. Please read the following links, and remember 'Think Global, Act Local'.

report + video | Our Vegetable Heritage | Brighton group website
Traditional Seed Saving Made Illegal in Iraq | Seedswapping at LARC



Whatever the weather

United Kingdom, 27.04.2005 14:00

According to the UN, climate change kills 150,000 people every year. Tony Blair has described the threat as the gravest we face, but does nothing to address the issue. In an attempt to put climate change and energy policy on the public agenda, tuesday saw not one but two actions.

Four women and four men scaled the Deputy Prime Minsiter house in Hull at dawn, erecting solar panels. A banner read, 'Hi, 2 Jags! Hit targets not voters'. Their statement said that John Prescott's is putting Britain's climate change targets at risk by failing to make UK homes more energy efficient.

"The Deputy PM's got a reputation for straight-talking, but since the election kicked off we've heard barely a squeak about climate change from big hitters like him... Whoever wins on May 5th needs to get serious about energy efficiency.", said one of the protesters from the roof.

Meanwhile in London, protesters from London Rising Tide climbed two huge trees opposite the head office of British Petroleum in St James Square. They unfurled a huge banner reading 'BP fuels climate chaos' while others leafleted passers-by, BP workers and member of the press. Earlier this month, the BP AGM was targetted by the 'Greenwash Guerrillas'.

Tuesdays actions coincided with BP announcing record profits (£1.3m per hour this quarter) as they reap the rewards of surging oil prices since the invasion of Iraq. Some of the protesters stayed up the trees overnight and greeted workers as they arrived in the morning.

Note: There will be a day of action against climate change on the 8th July as part of the mobilisations against the G8 summit.



Protestors urge a fair go for East Timor

Melbourne, 27.04.2005 12:31

Protestors urge a fair go for East Timor



Arraial invade as ruas de Lisboa

Portugal, 27.04.2005 08:01

Arraial invade as ruas de Lisboa



Medicaid Update: OHS Allies Meeting with Senator Smith's Staff

Portland, 27.04.2005 06:20

Recent reports indicate that budget negotiators are considering "splitting the difference" between House and Senate versions regarding cuts to entitlement programs that would require $43 billion in cuts, including $12 billion to Medicaid alone. This level of cuts to Medicaid is substantially higher than even the President's budget proposal of $7.6 billion to that program.

A delegation of a dozen senior, labor and consumer groups encouraged Senator Smith to continue to stand up for Oregonians. The delegation delivered a letter signed by a broad group of organizations, thanking the Senator for standing up and encouraging him to continue to oppose cuts. Oregon Action delivered a book with the stories of 50 Oregonians who's lives depend on Medicaid.

read more >>

[ Oregonians for Health Security ]



Persiste la memoria en el Puente Pueyrredón

Argentina, 27.04.2005 06:20

Martes 26 de Abril 2005 |FUNCIONARIOS ACUSADOS DE ASESINOS
Persiste la memoria en el Puente Pueyrredón



Persiste la memoria en el Puente Pueyrredón

Argentina, 27.04.2005 06:20

Martes 26 de Abril 2005 |FUNCIONARIOS ACUSADOS DE ASESINOS
Persiste la memoria en el Puente Pueyrredón



Ann Arbor Human Rights Film Festival

Michigan, 27.04.2005 06:01

The Washtenaw Rainbow Action Project and the Michigan Theater proudly present the Ann Arbor Human Rights Film Festival. Featuring three selections from the Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival.

The festival is a benefit for the Washtenaw Rainbow Action Project and the Michigan Theater. For sponsorship opportunities please contact Jeremy Merklinger, at (734) 754-0467 or wrap_jeremy@sbcglobal.net.

All films will be shown in the Michigan Theater Screening Room., 603 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor, Michigan (map).



Modesto Police Harass Slain Young Man's Mother Attempting to Organize

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.04.2005 04:20

Activists from the Direct Action Anti-Authoritarians (DAAA) Collective in Modesto engaged in a spontainous protest after Susan Galvan, mother of Sammy Galvan who was killed by Modesto police in 2004 attempted to hand out protest flyers during an Earth Day celebration and was stopped by police. Police claim that since the city had an organized event at the park, Mrs. Galvan had no right to engage in free speech and hand out the flyers. They also attempted to stop her from handing out flyers when she stood behind the permitted DAAA Collective table. A small march then took place to protest the police actions against Mrs. Galvan. Report: 1 Justice for Sammy March and Protest: 1



Neighborhood's online map warns residents of rapes

NYC, 27.04.2005 04:01

A new interactive map shows recent areas of "rape concentration" in Brooklyn. Residents now avoid the corners with broken streetlights, but sexual assault experts warn against the idea that rape can be stopped by taking a different route home.



Condoleeza

Colombia, 27.04.2005 03:21

Fuera



LEIU in Alexandria

DC, 27.04.2005 03:01

Police group to hold meeting May 23rd - 27th, 2005



tutmondigo (eo)

Barcelona, 27.04.2005 01:00

Majtago 2005 en Barcelono

Alianco de la malfirmaj gedungitoj por la senkondiĉa reguligo

27an aprilo : Pres-konferenco kaj amasiĝo :: 10.30h Barcelono, Corte Inglés, Placo Catalunya, fako Delicatessen
28an aprilo : Proceso kontraŭ la solidaruloj kun Miniwatt :: 12h amasiĝo antaŭ la juĝejo de bulvardo Lluís Companys, Barcelono
30an aprilo : Majtago en Terrassa :: Manifestacio -- la 1an de majo : Paelo
1an majo : Majtago en Barcelono :: 18h Placo Universitato

Kunvoko EuroMayDay Barcelono -- Euromayday Call (angle) -- Euromaydaysur Sevilo -- L'Euro May Day, qu'es aquò ? (france) -- Alvoko de Parizo por partopreni en MayDay'05 -- Alvoko de la nigra bloko por partopreni la tagon de la 1a de majo en Barcelono -- Rekuperante la 1an de majo -- Leksiko pri malfirma dungado (Precarias a la Deriva) -- Middlesex declaration of Europe's precariat 2004 (angle) -- Ronda tablo en Ateneu Candela. La nefirmeco de nia vivo: pri loĝejoj -- Sankta Malfirmulino -- Oni jam distribuas la DVD "Precarity" en Barcelono -- La 1an de majo en Igualada, biciklado kontraŭ la malfirma dungado -- Kion vi faros dum la Majtago? -- falsa kunvoko de CNT -- kunvoko de CNT

plurmedia :: sondosieroj Majtago en IMC-radio -- kantoj por la Majtago! divastigu ĝin(((((((( kunlaboru -- unua flugfolio -- afiŝo -- dua flugfolio

+info:: >>>tutmondigo -- euromayday.org -- retpaĝo MayDay'05 Barcelono -- netparade -- ctrl-i



Fueron excarcelado los compañeros y compañeras presos en Caleta Olivia

Argentina, 27.04.2005 00:20

Martes 26 de Abril 2005 | CAMBIO DE CARATULA
Fueron excarcelado los compañeros y compañeras presos en Caleta Olivia



Let Vanunu Go: Action In Jerusalem

Ireland, 26.04.2005 22:20

Report from Justin Morahan of the Peace People . Five Peace People from Ireland joined about 50 others from several countries in a week long campaign in Israel to stop the sanctions aganst Mordechai Vanunu and to start a campaign to secure his full freedom. Extract From Report: On Friday, 22 April, at a morning vigil at the Paris Park, protestors held portraits of Mordechai Vanunu and signs that read "We are all Mordechai Vanunu" and "Wherever we are, Vanunu Is" along with the names of the places from which the delegates had come. The vigil was followed by a slow procession to the Sharon HQ where an attempt to hand in or read a letter was prevented by Mossad, Ann Patterson acting as negotiator. Police escorted the delegation back to the Park where Justin read the signed letter publicly. It was later posted to Mr Sharon in the post tray at the College of St George. Five Peace People from Ireland joined about 50 others from several countries in a week long campaign in Israel to stop the sanctions aganst Mordechai Vanunu and start a campaign to secure his full freedom Mordechai, Mordechai, sit quietly! (Don't want to.) Shut your mouth! (Don't want to.) Behave yourself! (Don't want to.) OK, then back to prison! (I'm not afraid!) The old reactor stands there, Not shiny, like at first. From old age it shakes there. Like Chernobyl, it's apt to burst! (It will burst!) Mordechai, Mordechai, keep away from the press! (Don't want to!) It's stupid! Don't talk to them! (I want to!) When will you learn to shut up? (Never!) So the "SHABAK" will come and eat you up, ahmmmm! (Raging Grannies of Israel singing at Dimona) http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/apr2005/vanunu1.jpg http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/apr2005/vanunu2.jpg



koruptado (eo)

Barcelona, 26.04.2005 22:00

??ĉu la potenculoj permesas, ke oni denuncu ilin??

corrupcio??ĉu ili povas kriminaligi vin?? Informa noto kaj kunvokoj de la 'popola movado' de Sabadell -- Sabadell aŭ Bustos-lando -- Paco Bustos demisiis! -- Faŝisma maltoleremo en Sabadell (maldekstra, bedaŭrinde) -- Daŭras la memviktimigo de la ekzekutistoj! -- Denunca manifesto kontraŭ la polica perforto -- Sabadell: La urbodomo ordonas, la polico subpremas -- Apoga manifesto por la arestitoj -- Loka polico el Sabadell vundas du junajn okupantojn -- Polica brutaleco -- Ne plu faŝismajn agresojn!!! -- Faŝismaj grupoj agresis 60-jarulon -- 1000 homoj kontraŭ la faŝismo -- Post unu jaro, la okazaĵoj de Bar Bemba daŭre nesolvitas -- Mensogoj kaj subpremoj. La Popola Movado de Sabadell akordas starpunkton -- Nova okupado en Sabadell -- La Liberigita Socia Centro de Can Barba riskas vakigon -- 'Can Barba' plu restas! -- Ili vakigas la socian centron "Els Maquis" -- Agado dum la urbodoma plenkunsido. Can Barba restas -- Laŭ la stilo de Bustos en Barcelono dum la festotago de Sankta Georgo

??ĉu ili haltigos nin?? Sabadell :: Mobilizoj kontraŭ la manipulado kaj la subpremo : 26an de aprilo 11:00h gestudenta striko kaj amasiĝo antaŭ la urbo-domo -- 27an de aprilo 18.30h amasiĝo antaŭ la urbo-domo

??+infoj?? >>>koruptado



tutmondigo (eo)

Barcelona, 26.04.2005 22:00

Majtago 2005 en Barcelono

Alianco de la malfirmaj gedungitoj por la senkondiĉa reguligo

27an aprilo : Pres-konferenco kaj amasiĝo :: 10.30h Barcelono, Corte Inglés, Placo Catalunya, fako Delicatessen
28an aprilo : Proceso kontraŭ la solidaruloj kun Miniwatt :: 12h amasiĝo antaŭ la juĝejo de bulvardo Lluís Companys, Barcelono
30an aprilo : Majtago en Terrassa :: Manifestacio -- la 1an de majo : Paelo
1an majo : Majtago en Barcelono :: 18h Placo Universitato

Kunvoko EuroMayDay Barcelono -- Euromayday Call (angle) -- Euromaydaysur Sevilo -- L'Euro May Day, qu'es aquò ? (france) -- Alvoko de Parizo por partopreni en MayDay'05 -- Alvoko de la nigra bloko por partopreni la tagon de la 1a de majo en Barcelono -- Rekuperante la 1an de majo -- Leksiko pri malfirma dungado (Precarias a la Deriva) -- Middlesex declaration of Europe's precariat 2004 (angle) -- Ronda tablo en Ateneu Candela. La nefirmeco de nia vivo: pri loĝejoj -- Sankta Malfirmulino -- Oni jam distribuas la DVD "Precarity" en Barcelono -- La 1an de majo en Igualada, biciklado kontraŭ la malfirma dungado -- Kion vi faros dum la Majtago? -- falsa kunvoko de CNT -- kunvoko de CNT

plurmedia :: sondosieroj Majtago en IMC-radio -- kantoj por la Majtago! divastigu ĝin(((((((( kunlaboru -- unua flugfolio -- afiŝo -- dua flugfolio

+info:: >>>tutmondigo -- euromayday.org -- retpaĝo MayDay'05 Barcelono



Pablo Paredes Denied Conscientious Objector

San Diego, 26.04.2005 19:03

An investigating officer has recommended to deny Navy sailor Pablo Paredes' request for conscientious objector status. In addition, his request for Other than Honorable discharge in lieu of trial was also denied. His court martial is scheduled for May 11.




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