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Objeción fiscal a los gastos militares!!

Euskal Herria, 29.05.2005 00:20



Egin eragozpen fiskala gastu militarrei!

Euskal Herria, 29.05.2005 00:20



4ème édition du Forum Social Pays Basque les 20, 21, 22 mai 2005

Euskal Herria, 29.05.2005 00:20



Euskal Herriko Foro Soziala Baionan maiatzaren 20, 21 eta 22an

Euskal Herria, 29.05.2005 00:20



Nueva edición del Foro Social de Euskal Herria en Baiona.

Euskal Herria, 29.05.2005 00:20



Emakumeen Mundu Martxa

Euskal Herria, 29.05.2005 00:20



Marcha Mundial de Mujeres

Euskal Herria, 29.05.2005 00:20



Marche Mondiale des Femmes

Euskal Herria, 29.05.2005 00:20



Sopela-Urduliz desalojo mehatxupean

Euskal Herria, 29.05.2005 00:20



Sopela-Urduliz bajo amenaza de desalojo

Euskal Herria, 29.05.2005 00:20



Virtual Sit-in on the Minutemen Website

LA, 28.05.2005 23:20

Virtual Sit-in on the Minutemen Website, May 27 to May 29



Gov. Schwarzenegger at SMC on June 14

LA, 28.05.2005 21:01

Gov. Schwarzenegger at SMC on June 14



We are all Indymedia

United Kingdom, 28.05.2005 18:20

Birmingham Indymedia finally went live as part of the UK Indymedias United Kollektives on May 1st 2005. Birmingham DiY Indymedia aims to empower people within Birmingham and beyond to realise their voices through community news.

You can upload your news in the form of written reports, photos, audio and video. Just go to the 'publish your news' in the top right hand corner of the site to upload your news or click the 'make a quick comment' at the end of an article.

DiY News Workshops | Brum Indymedia's TWiki Workspace | Indymedia UK



TRANSPORTE

Brasil, 28.05.2005 18:02

Novo aumento faz Florianópolis ter a tarifa mais cara do país



BOLÍVIA

Brasil, 28.05.2005 16:21

Grandes mobilizações páram a capital boliviana



Critical Mass Rides Again

NYC, 28.05.2005 12:32

Free Wheels reported 11 arrests at Critical Mass last night. "Everyone got out by 3am and was met by the Free Wheels crew and given a loaner bike. From the precinct, all eleven massed over to the dance party at Times Up!"

An arrestee writes: "Ride continued for a long, long time with no hassles I could see. Absolutely wonderful, 99% of onlookers very positive or NYC neutral; smiling beatifically. Up as far as Columbus Circle in mostly clear streets, hundreds and hundreds in the mass...choppers, biketaxis, mountain bikes, roadbikes, tall bikes, old bikes, new bikes and perfect weather with no police interference ... Veered onto Bway from 7th ave at 43rd when a skater announced police ahead. Didn't even see 'em, but they reportedly netted - literally - at least half a dozen bikers."

Finally, A Nony Mouse writes: "It was a good ride - lotsa bikes, people cheering, no problems until near the end, when they tried to net the weary mass coming to St. Marks Church to hear the Reverend." G adds: "Most arrests happened at 42nd St., same bullshit with orange nets, saw police cars stuck in traffic, broadway just before 34 St., large ride regrouped at 2nd Ave so." [Read More]

Coverage of Critical Mass From The Latest Indypendent: [Critical Condition] || [Still We Ride]



Caça às bruxas em Itália

Portugal, 28.05.2005 12:02

Caça às bruxas em Itália



Enmigradoj (eo)

Barcelona, 28.05.2005 12:01

Sen paperoj, sen esperoj

Enmigrintoj en BarcelonoFiniĝis la limtempo por la reguligo, kaj kio nun?
Komenciĝas la ĉasado de geenmigrintoj en Barcelono -- Taksado de rezultoj de la enmigrint-reguliga procezo -- Agadoj semajfino 7an kaj 8an -- Manifesto kaj apogaj subskriboj por la geenmigrintoj -- Alvoko al la artista kaj kultura komunumo por apogi la enfermiĝojn kaj strikojn de la geenmigrintoj

12an de majo Daŭras la enfermiĝoj en Gràcia 10an de majo Ĉu finiĝis la malsat-striko en Gràcia? 11an de majo 'La Opera' (Okupita domo en Barcelono) translokiĝas al 'La casa de la Solidaridad' -- Oni liberigis la 45 arestitajn enmigrintojn en Cornellà 9an de majo Sturmo de 'Rangel-Boys' kontraŭ la atendovico de geenmigrintoj 8an de majo Asembleo de geenmigrintoj en Placo Universitato (Barcelono) 5an de majo La kvartala konsilantaro de Gràcia akceptos neniun proponon por la enmigrintoj -- Stato de la enfermiĝoj en Gràcia 4an de majo Blokado de dekoj da metro-stacioj en Barcelono por subteni la geenmigrintojn -- Kunigo je la 19h en CNT por la sen-paperuloj -- Komuniko de la universitatuloj apoganta la geenmigrintojn -- Kunigo por krei apoggrupon por la geenmigrintoj 3an de majo Enmigrint-ĉasejoj 27an de aprilo 'Espai Jove' (Junulara Spaco) pri la deklaroj de CCOO kaj UGT pri la reguliga procezo -- 24 geenmigrintoj fermitaj en la studentejo de la Aŭtonoma Universitato el Barcelono 26an de aprilo CCOO kaj UGT petas subpremon kontraŭ la geenmigrintoj 23an de aprilo Guantánamo en Santa Coloma

+infoj:: >>>emigrado -- transversalweb



@rtivismo (eo)

Barcelona, 28.05.2005 12:01

poezi@ktivisma

  kio estas poezio laŭ vi?
tekstoj :: Kompliceco -- kiom - ĝis kiam -- Vivo estas paperhistorio -- La tago alvenonta -- Ĝi estos tago jarojn longa -- Kristnasko -- Ili -- La kajeroj denove sur la stratoj -- Jen poezio dum ni atendas la novan Papon
son-dokumentoj :: kaoXX [samples :1-2-3] -- Gesklavoj -- Amore -- Mevulo
vid-dokumentoj :: Poezio en Ateneu del Xino 09/04/2005:[ La patro improvizanta -- "Nun kiam ili diras novan tempon" -- Mia misfortuno -- La ludo versi -- Callao-Occident-Llibertat] -- Poezio en Ikastola, Kartografioj de la neeblaĵoj: [1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 4] -- Bonaero
plurmedioj :: Kiberpoezioj

rilataj recitadoj kaj novaĵoj :: Kiu kontrolas la komunikilojn, tiu determinas nian destinon... -- Poezio en Ateneu del Xino, 09/04/2005 -- Kiberpoetiko en la Pati Llimona -- Komenciĝas FEM ART 05, kun la aktoradoj de Ex-Dones kaj k.oz'n -- Poezi-revuo en la reto (en la galeg-portugala lingvo) -- Omaĝo al la popolpoeto Manuel Maria (en la galeg-portugala lingvo) -- Memorigante la popolpoeton Manuel Maria (en la galeg-portugala lingvo) -- "La eldonejoj, malamikoj de la gepoetoj": Casasses

En ĉiu dua dimanĉo : Nova radio-programo pri poezio : r23.cc

+infoj:: >>>@rtivismo -- cyberpoem



Total Objector Mehmet Tarhan

Istanbul, 28.05.2005 04:21

Total conscientious objector Mehmet Tarhan is resisting against militarism



Por el derecho a Decidir: Aborto legal, seguro y gratuito

Argentina, 28.05.2005 01:20

Viernes 27 de mayo 2005 | POR EL DERECHO A DECIDIR
Campaña Nacional por el aborto legal, seguro y gratuito



Por el derecho a Decidir: Aborto legal, seguro y gratuito

Argentina, 28.05.2005 01:20

Viernes 27 de Mayo de 2005
Por el derecho a Decidir: Aborto legal, seguro y gratuito



UPTE Workers Stage One Day Strike

Santa Cruz, CA, 28.05.2005 01:01

Reasearchers at the University of California, represented by University Professional and Technical Employees Local 9119 held a one-day, system-wide strike Thursday to demand a raise, and better working conditions. 150 people held a noon time rally at the main entrance of UC Santa Cruz.

Bad faith bargaining, and unilateral changes in job duties are key issues for the strike. Lindy Cloud, UPTE state treasurer, says the contract expired last September, and members haven't had a raise in nearly three years.

"We got zero percent increases last year, no step increases within range increases, no cost of living adjustments, and the University made $780 million dollars. Its not that the money isn't there, they just don't want to give it out, that's ridiculous."



June 8th: 24 Hours Against Torture

Maritimes, 28.05.2005 01:00

June 8th: day of action against deportations to toruture and Security Certificates



Metro Police Arrest Elderly Cancer Victim and Seize Personal Property

Tennessee, 27.05.2005 22:02

Metro Police raided the home of a 60 year old East Nashville man Thursday confiscating personal property. The man, who is related to an East Nashville activist through a previous marriage, was busted for the use of marijuana for medical purposes. Seven Metro Police cars converged on his house after having arrested the victim over the weekend. Police greatly exaggerated the amount of marijuana in his possession and are now planning to tax him $46,000 before finding him guilty. The former wife of the man arrested said her former husband was a man of modest means who has been recently recovering from cancer and cannot afford a lawyer and will not be able to get to work since his car has been seized.



SHAC-7 trial: Wednesday, June 1st in Trenton NJ

Portland, 27.05.2005 20:22

In May 2004, 7 animal rights activists were arrested on charges of "animal enterprise terrorism." Specifically, they are charged with operating websites for the SHAC campaign which exposes HLS, the notorious animal lab in NJ & England. For this they face 23 years in jail each and upwards of $1,250,000 in fines. By levying these charges, the US government is trying to set a precedent. They are saying that attempting to close down a business that abuses animals is a federal offense, that advocating animal liberation is illegal and that we don't have the right to END such animal abusing institutions, just reform them. We cannot allow our right to speak for the animals be taken away!

The trial date for the SHAC 7 is just around the corner. This is a monumental case in the history of the animal rights and free speech movements. It is up to every one of us to do whatever is in our power to support these 7 and see to it that the government cannot label animal rights advocates as terrorists. Please attend this important event!!

www.shac7.com/updates.htm



John Ross at the Common place

United Kingdom, 27.05.2005 18:20

John Ross, one of the first journalists to talk to Subcommandante Marcos after the Zapatista uprising in Mexico, acting as a human shield in Baghdad in 2003, author of 'murdered by capitalism', and latin american corespondant for 20 years, is speaking in Leeds on Friday 27th May.

John Ross is speaking twice on Friday at:

2pm School of Geography, Leeds University, lecture theatre (east building)

7pm Common Place, 23 Wharf Street, nr the Corn Exchange (food available)

all free.



Organizing a new Portland Free Skool

Portland, 27.05.2005 16:22

Years ago...some guy started a free school in Berkely called the "Tuesday Night" learning collective. Every tuesday night people met to discuss anything they wanted. If they wanted deeper learning they just met at other times and explored the world together. If someone had something to teach, they did. If someone wanted to learn something they posted it on a bulletin board or brought it to the group...or just did it and shared what they were learning with other.

I want to start a free school here, in Portland...

read more >>

There are things we need to learn from each other right now so we can survive and thrive in the future. We need to learn to live without oil. We need to learn to grow and preserve our own food. We need to learn to heal ourselves using natural plant and earth medicine. We need to learn to cooperate and create strong healthy communities. We need to learn to talk and listen to each other. Many of us do not have money to spare to pay others to teach us. So, we have to assist each other to learn in a free and natural style. Free skools are a way for this to happen.

read more >>



Cursed Animal Rights Activists Ruin My Evening

Portland, 27.05.2005 16:22

Another lovely evening watching Goebbels on the History Channel was ruined when a mob of crazed animal activists rang my doorbell and announced that they were there to protest! My dog Fido immediately sprang into guard dog duty as he lept on chairs and tables to let them know that animal supporters are not welcome here. They even asked me to stop torturing the animals, as if they could think and feel. Everyone knows all that twitching and screaming is just reflex, and besides, I don't torture animals, my technicians do.



Pandora Out of the Box

NYC, 27.05.2005 14:01

This Saturday, May 28, come to Galapagos early evening for food, great dj beats, and a presentation of Auppix and Pandora. Benefit for August Sound Coalition. Presenting the totally open source project Auppix, which makes it possible for anyone with a pc to stream their own internet radio show, free. Also, Pandora! Check it all out, starting with vegetarian eats at 6:30 PM.
Click here for all the details!



‘Left gatekeeper’ “Democracy NOW!” on KBOO?

Portland, 27.05.2005 13:21

KBOO is currently surveying its membership about whether to air "Democracy NOW!", the Ford Foundation funded program that is apparently quite compromised when it comes to issues too close to the power elite's worst activities, such as 9/11 truth exposure.

Comment: The very notion of a "Left gatekeeper" is erroneous, or at least easily dealt with on a personal level. All the information on why the world's fucked up is everywhere around you, from countless sources. Also, on how to help fix it. Only if you let someone else do the thinking and analysis for you can you claim manipulation by "gatekeepers."

Comment: I support KBOO's local productions - but our definition of "local" has, by necessity, really expanded (finally) these last few years. Local truly is Global and vice versa. If KBOO carries DN!, chances are that more people will tune in to KBOO, and wind up listening/learning from Circle-A and whoknowswhatelse on KBOO.

Comment: Democracy Now! is invaluable for it's regular coverage of important issues like: Iraq/Afghanistan, Israel/Palestine, Haiti, Venezuela, Neo-Liberalism, Global Protests, and many, many more. As well, she regularly provides a forum for important speakers such as Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky, Vandana Shiva, Malcolm X, and many others of their calibre.

That Amy gives less coverage to some issues or perspectives is undeniable. This is a reason for running more news and analysis, not less. Reject the fuzzy "guilt-by-association" argument from Charles Shaw. Amy Goodman is incredibly important to the movement for social change. Her show provides important information and inspiration to this movement in many locales. Democracy Now! would be a very powerful organizing tool for Portland. Please do everything you can to support KBOO in running this important show.



antinato

belgrade, 27.05.2005 12:23

Pocetak anti nato kampanje



sexualitats (ca)

Barcelona, 27.05.2005 12:01

l'erupció del*s estrany*s a Barcelona

Molt més enllà de l'home homosexual, blanc, sa i conservador i molt més aprop de la diversitat, d'allò inclassificable, indefinible i ilimitable Queer és el que volem que sigui i el que volem que d'allò en sigui. Ser el que sentim superant el gènere i els seus rols.

[30 maig-5juny] trobada queeruption 2005 a Barcelona

la trobada: Assemblea preparatòria a okupa Montgat ::: Invitació a la trobada ::: de què va? què hi trobarem? ::: ves a la queeruption (o no)
notícies relacionades: mani queer a barcelona dia alliberament GLBT ::: boicot queer a l'explotació capitalista ::: festa Queer a la perla ::: Festa queer a TDN ::: festa vila en el CASM ::: Descobreix nous móns fins ara ocults...t'atreveixes a néixer? vidajoc.net ::: Persecució de l'homosexualitat +++ mentir sobre cuba? ::: el PP de pontons que titlla els gays de tarats ::: 17 maig dia mundial contra l'homofòbia ::: Documental Rompiendo Géneros ::: psycosoma factory....mira i escolta... +++ foto queer ::: Identitat o diferència? La lluita contra l'heteronormativitat ::: Consejo caliente para disfrutar y radicalizar el sexo

+info:: >>>sexualitats +++ queeruption barcelona



sexualidades (es)

Barcelona, 27.05.2005 12:01

la erupción de l*s estrañ*s en Barcelona

Mucho más allà del hombre homosexual, blanco, sano y conservador y mucho más cerca de la diversidad, de aquello inclasificable, indefinible e ilimitable. Queer es lo que queramos que sea y lo que queramos que de eso sea. Ser lo que sentimos superando el género y sus roles.

[30 mayo-5 junio] Encuentro queeruption 2005 en Barcelona

El Encuentro: Asamblea preparatoria en okupa Montgat ::: Invitación al encuentro ::: ¿de qué va? ¿que encontraremos allí? ::: ves a la queeruption (o no)
noticias relacionadas: mani queer en barcelona dia alliberament GLBT ::: boicot queer a la explotación capitalista ::: fiesta Queer en la perla ::: Fiesta queer en TDN ::: fiesta vila en el CASM ::: Descubre nuevos mundos hasta ahora ocultos...te atreves a nacer? vidajoc.net ::: Persecución de la homosexualidad +++ mentir sobre cuba? ::: el PP de pontons que llama tarados a los gays ::: 17 mayo dia mundial contra la homofobia ::: Documental Rompiendo Géneros ::: psycosoma factory....mira y escucha... +++ foto queer ::: ¿Identidad o diferencia? La lucha contra la heteronormatividad ::: Consejo caliente para disfrutar y radicalizar el sexo

+info:: >>>sexualidades +++ queeruption barcelona



EUA : Trabalhos forçados para objector de consciência

Portugal, 27.05.2005 11:00

EUA : Trabalhos forçados para objector de consciência



Attacks and Arrests

LA, 27.05.2005 07:21

Attacks and Arrests



Nine Activists Subpoenaed by Grand Jury in SF, Teach-in to Be Held

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.05.2005 07:20

5/26/2005: Nine local activists have been subpoenaed in the last week to appear before a federal grand jury convened in SF. Federal agents have been increasingly targeting animal rights activists in the Bay Area recently. They arrested 7-year fugitive Peter Young in San Jose, have followed and detained others, raided two homes, and posted a new bulletin for a "wanted" suspect.

In recent decades, the federal government has increasingly used the grand jury to intimidate and harass activists pushing for social justice. In recent years, pressure on the animal rights, environmental justice, anti-war and anarchist movements has increased exponentially. At a recent hearing before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, John E. Lewis, Deputy Assistant Director of the Counterterrorism Division of the FBI, testified that, "Investigating and preventing animal rights extremism and eco-terrorism is one of the FBI's highest domestic terrorism priorities." The federal grand jury has been used to intimidate, incarcerate and render impotent activists across social movements.

An Emergency Grand Jury Teach-in will be held on Tuesday May 31st at 7pm at 3030-B 16th Street near Mission in San Francisco. Speakers will include Mark Vermeulen from the National Lawyers Guild, Claude Marks from Freedom Archives, former grand jury resister Anita Carswell, and local activists with grand jury experience.

Links for more information about grand juries: Things you should know about grand juries | Who to contact if you are detained or contacted by the FBI about the Peter Young case | Just Cause Law Collective's Grand Juries Page | No Compromise's grand jury articles: 1 | 2 | More about the teach-in



San Francisco Plans to Protest World Environment Day

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.05.2005 07:20

From June 1st to June 5th, San Francisco is hosting the U.N. World Environment Week. People who are slated to attend the conference include UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, Klaus Toepfer, the executive director of the United Nations Environment Program, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and mayors from London, Shanghai, Kabul, Buenos Aires, Sydney, Phnom Penh, Jakarta, Rome, and Istanbul. Indigenous peoples such as the Muwekma Ohlone are critical of non-governmental organizations' participation in World Environment Day. Local racial justice organizations are organizing their own events during the week.

The Coalition to Evict PG&E says, "This is truly a remarkable opportunity for all of us...because poor communities of color are NEVER invited to the eco-elite table! Please join us as we demand environmental justice NOW!" Events during the week will include a theatrical performance called "Body Burden Show" about environmental health and breast cancer on Monday, May 30th at Balazo Gallery's new location; a Wednesday, June 1st Decorate the Cities and Welcome the Mayors event that is intended to show the mayors how green San Francisco is; a Thursday, June 2nd display of the baby clothes project to say, For Our Children's Sake; Shut down the PG&E Hunters Point Power Plant!; a Friday, June 3rd Bayview Hunters Point Toxic Tour for Mayors; a Saturday, June 4th Rally for Environmental Justice at San Francisco City Hall (Flyer); an Environmental Health & Justice Block Party in West Oakland; and a Night of Culture & Celebration of Environmental Justice in San Francisco. Event Details

Full story on the Environment news page



CAPS to Hold Benefit Screening for Prisoners from 2004 Protests in Guadalajara

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.05.2005 07:20

As part of an International Day of Solidarity with political prisoners in Guadalajara, Mexico, May 29th, California Anarchist Prisoner Solidarity (CAPS) will present a benefit video screening in San Francisco. In Guadalajara, Jalisco, several days of action have been planned for May 26th–28th to remember the repression that took place one year ago.

Videos to be screened in San Francisco include: "Tortas Ahogadas," about resistance and repression in Guadalajara last May; "Green with a Vengeance," about the case of US eco-defense prisoner Jeffrey "Free" Luers; "Attica Is All of Us," a brand new video about the 1971 uprising at Attica prison in New York State; and "Charisse Shumate: Fighting for our Lives," about a prisoner who catalyzed other incarcerated women to stand up against the California Department of Corrections. More about the benefit screening

Details and more info



Indigenous Healing Day marked in Melbourne

Melbourne, 27.05.2005 07:01

Sorry Day marked in Melbourne



CAPS to Hold Benefit Screening for Prisoners from 2004 Protests in Guadalajara

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.05.2005 06:20

As part of an International Day of Solidarity with political prisoners in Guadalajara, Mexico, California Anarchist Prisoner Solidarity (CAPS) presents a benefit video screening. All proceeds go to support political prisoners in Guadalajara. The screening in San Francisco will take place on Sunday, May 29th, 2005 at 7:00 pm at Station 40. From May 26th-28th there will be several days of action in Guadalajara, Jalisco to remember the repression that took place one year ago.

Videos that will be screened include: "Tortas Ahogadas," about resistance and repression in Guadalajara last May; "Green with a Vengeance," about the case of US eco-defense prisoner Jeffrey "Free" Luers; "Attica is all of Us" a brand new video about the 1971 uprising at Attica prison in New York State; and "Charisse Shumate: Fighting for our lives" about a prisoner who catalyzed other incarcerated women to stand up against the California Department of Corrections. More about the benefit screening

CAPS website | Freedom Archives | Free Free Website



lucha estudiantil

Argentina, 27.05.2005 06:01



San Francisco Plans to Protest World Environment Day

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.05.2005 06:00

From June 1st to June 5th, San Francisco is hosting the U.N. World Environment Week. People who are slated to attend the conference include UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, Klaus Toepfer, the executive director of the United Nations Environment Program, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and mayors from London, Shanghai, Kabul, Buenos Aires, Sydney, Phnom Penh, Jakarta, Rome, and Istanbul. Indigenous peoples such as the Muwekma Ohlone are critical of non-governmental organizations' participation in World Environment Day. Local racial justice organizations are their own events during the week.

SF Mayor Gavin Newsom has said, "I look forward to working closely with leaders of the world's major cities to establish guidelines for environmentally sensible urban life...This conference is a remarkable opportunity for all of us." Newsom will preside over opening ceremonies at Civic Center Plaza at 9 a.m. on Thursday, June 2nd, at "free public celebration to kick off both the conference and the California Tomorrow Festival, the public’s chance to experience first-hand cutting edge environmental solutions."

The Coalition to Evict PG+E says, "This is truly a remarkable opportunity for all of us...because poor communities of color are NEVER invited to the eco-elite table! Please join us as we demand environmental justice NOW!" Events during the week will includeL a theatrical performance called "Body Burden Show" about environmental health and breast cancer on Monday, May 30th at Balazo Gallery's new location; a Wednesday, June 1st Decorate the Cities and Welcome the Mayors event that is intended to show the mayors how green San Francisco is; a Thursday, June 2nd display of the baby clothes project to say, For Our Children's Sake; Shut down the PG&E Hunters Point Power Plant!; a Friday, June 3rd Bayview Hunters Point Toxic Tour for Mayors; a Saturday, June 4th Rally for Environmental Justice at San Francisco City Hall (Flyer); an Environmental Health & Justice Block Party in West Oakland; and a Night of Culture & Celebration of Environmental Justice in San Francisco. Event Details

The Ella Baker Center will be launching a new think tank project called Reclaim the Future, and has organized a Social Equity Track Calendar of Events for WED week.

World Environment Day 2005 | Greenaction



SOU's Student Government Kicks Military Recruiters Out of the Student Union

Portland, 27.05.2005 05:21

Southern Oregon University's Student Government (ASSOU) passed a resolution last night banning military recruiters from the Student Union. The US Military's discrimination against homosexuality, the so-called "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, is in direct conflict with SOU's anti-dicrimination policy. The resolution was carried 8 votes to 2.

The resolution titled, "Barring discriminatory practices in the Stevenson Union," will prevent Military Recruiters from having access to the building. They will no longer be allowed to table in the foyer or at job fairs in the Student Union. Nor will recruiters be allowed to hang flyers or display brochures in the Student Union and Access center.



Seydişehir

Istanbul, 27.05.2005 01:21

Seydişehir Alüminyum Fabrikasında polis saldırısı



Polis duruşmayı izlemeye gelenleri döverek gözaltına aldı.

Istanbul, 27.05.2005 01:01

M. TARHAN, ASKERİ CEZAEVİNDE ÖLÜMLE TEHDİDE KARŞI AÇLIK GREVİNDE



Photo of Garden Grove Protest

LA, 27.05.2005 01:01

Photo of Garden Grove Protest



Eğitim-Sen

Istanbul, 27.05.2005 00:31

Yargıtay Eğitim-Sen'in kapatılmasına karar verdi



Two Arrested for digging graves at Mizzou ROTC

Saint Louis, 27.05.2005 00:20

(from KC-IMC) Columbia, Missouri: Steve and Lana Jacobs, members of the St. Francis Catholic Worker community that shelters the homeless and runs a local soup kitchen were arrested today by University of MIssouri police for digging graves on the lawn of the university's ROTC building.



Activist Pleads Not Guilty to Domestic Terror Charges in Wisconsin

Portland, 26.05.2005 23:21

Madison, WI: Animal rights activist Peter Young pleaded not guilty Tuesday to domestic terrorism charges that he freed mink from Midwestern farms in 1997, causing thousands of dollars in damage and spreading fear through the nation's fur farmers.

Young, 27, made the plea in U.S. District Court in Madison as he appeared for the first time on the charges after eluding authorities for more than seven years. Prosecutors say Young and accomplice Justin Samuel set out to cripple the fur industry in 1997, freeing more than 7,000 mink from their cages at five farms in Iowa, South Dakota and Wisconsin, which is the nation's largest mink producing state. Bob Anderson, an assistant U.S. attorney, said Young cost farmers $569,000. Sympathizers have started a Web site to raise money for his defense, www.SupportPeter.com

Theresa Platt, an apologist for those who imprison fur-bearing animals and then skin them for profit, noted that the Animal Liberation Front(ALF) claimed responsibility for releasing 58 pens of foxes from a farm in Illinois this last April to show solidarity with Young. She urged farmers to be vigilant. Stating the obvious, Mary Ann Sveom, an animal rights activist from Beloit, said the "government is overreaching in this particular case." She said the case was about "the cruelty of mink farming," not terrorism.

animalliberationpress.org | supportpeter.com




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