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Protesters Outnumber Military Supporters, as Peace Activists Protest Army Recruitment on the Cambridge Common

Boston, 15.06.2005 06:01

On Tuesday, June 14, 2005, from 10:30 to 1:00 two to three hundred people gathered on the Cambridge Common to protest the army’s celebration of its 230th anniversary there, an event they turned into a blatant recruitment effort. This is part of larger drive by the military to get more people to join, response to the severe drop-offs in new recruits that all branches of the military face as the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan stretch on with no end in sight. Protesters spoke out against the attempts to entice students to join the army, by making it look fun by creating something of a fair on the Common--when those who joined the army would most likely to be sent to kill and possibly be killed in pointless, bloody wars. In contrast to the large number of protesters, there were only about fifty to a hundred civilians there to attend the ceremonies, many of them school children bussed in as a fieldtrip. At times, it appeared that the protesters’ chants could clearly be heard over the official speakers at the ceremony. There were seven arrests, all a result of protesters refusing to remain in the officially designated protest pit.



UC Workers on 3-Day Strike to Demand Wage Increases, Fair Treatment

San Francisco Bay Area, 15.06.2005 06:00

Clerical workers at the University of California say that UC is "OUT of excuses for why it treats its lower-paid workers so badly, causing AFSCME and UPTE to strike over UC's unfair labor practices, and causing CUE to strike over our terrible wages." In the last two years, the Coalition of University Employees (CUE) has attempted to win modest pay raises for clerical workers, and the university has steadfastly refused to grant them. The contract that was being negotiated two years ago still has not been settled. A state-appointed arbitrator has ruled the UC can afford to pay increases for clerical workers. It has also been determined that UC has money available that could be used for these pay raises, and has diverted funds that were meant for clerical workers to other areas. UC claims the state budget crisis makes it impossible to give increases, but only 1/3 of the funding for clerical salaries comes from the state. CUE workers say, "Please join us in this 100% legal strike to tell the administration what you think of clerical salaries at UC." Read more

Workers have been out on picket lines in San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Davis, Santa Barbara, and San Diego since Monday. On Tuesday, June 14th, they will be at Parnassus in San Francisco (ACC, Dentistry Plaza, Med. Sci. Bldg., Millberry Union) until 5:30pm. On Wednesday, June 15th, there will be a picket at Parnassus from 7:30am to 5:30pm, with a 12pm rally. There will also be a 12pm special Rally at the Office of the UC President in Oakland (UCOP, at 1111 Franklin Street) on Wednesday, where people will have been on the picket lines since 7:00am. More picket locations

CUE Website | UPTE, or University Professional and Technical Employees | AFSCME, or American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees | Coverage of 4/14/05 Strike at University of California



UC Workers on 3-Day Strike to Demand Wage Increases, Fair Treatment

San Francisco Bay Area, 15.06.2005 06:00

In the last two years, the Coalition of University Employees (CUE) has attempted to win modest pay raises for clerical workers, and the university has steadfastly refused to grant them. The contract that was being negotiated two years ago still has not been settled. A state-appointed arbitrator has ruled the UC can afford to pay increases for clerical workers. CUE workers say, "Please join us in this 100% legal strike to tell the administration what you think of clerical salaries at UC." Read more

Workers have been out on picket lines in San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Davis, Santa Barbara, and San Diego since Monday in their three-day strike. On Wednesday, June 15th, there will be a picket at Parnassus in San Francisco from 7:30am to 5:30pm, with a 12pm rally. There will also be a 12pm special Rally at the Office of the UC President in Oakland (UCOP, at 1111 Franklin Street) on Wednesday, where people will have been on the picket lines since 7:00am.

Coverage of 4/14/05 Strike at University of California | Read more, including more picket locations on Indybay's Labor News Page



West Coast Anti-Capitalist Mobilization Against the G8

San Francisco Bay Area, 15.06.2005 06:00

In solidarity with the mobilization against the Group of Eight (G8) summit in Scotland, a call has been put out for a West Coast anti-war and anti-capitalist mass convergence. There will be a Consulta on June 25th at 1pm at the Center for Political Education, at 522 Valencia St. (between 16th St & 17th St). Events that are planned so far for the mobilization include a July 6th informational discussion forum, film screening, and fundraising event (location TBA); a July 7th Spokescouncil at 7 pm at Village Market (18th St. & Florida); and a July 8th march "in protest and action against the G8 & the Capitalist War Machine," which is set to meet at 8pm at 16th and Mission BART.

From July 6-8, 2005, the annual G8 summit will be held at Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland. The G8 is a forum of the rulers of the eight most industrialized, wealthy, and powerful states in the world. Every year they meet to discuss how to further their interests, expand their empire, and tighten their grip on every aspect of our lives. This convergence will be "in solidarity with those descending upon the streets of Scotland to face the G8 head on. We act in solidarity with revolutionaries taking to the streets to defend working peoples' lives all around the world..." Read more

Anarchist Action's G8 Website | UK Indymedia's G8 2005 Page | Indybay's 2004 Coverage of G8 Protests in SF and Abroad, Repression in Georgia, and June 5th Anti-G8 Protest



Student Resistance

Manila, 14.06.2005 18:32

Students Occupied Streets Near Palace, Calling Out for GMA's Ouster



KKK Gathers in Mississippi to Support Klansman at Jury Selection

Tennessee, 14.06.2005 18:03

The Ku Klux Klan is making a presence at the jury selection of the trial against Edgar Ray Killen, a fellow Klansman, who allegedly murdered three civil rights activists that were working to register black voters in Mississippi in 1964. Jury selection began Monday, June 13, 2005 for the trial against Killen.



June 14th Kickoff of Boycott Against Gallo

San Francisco Bay Area, 14.06.2005 18:00

A boycott of Gallo Wine will be kicked off on Tuesday, 6/14 at 12noon, on the steps of SF City Hall (1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, at Polk & McAllister St). Protesters, including UFW President Arturo Rodriguez, will come together to demand a fair contract for Farm Workers at Gallo of Sonoma Vineyards. Gallo workers recently received public attention when an unsafe three bedroom house where 29 farm laborers lived was raided by state and federal officials. Read more

More of this story on Indybay's Labor News Page



Instituto Nacional en Toma

santiago, 14.06.2005 17:32

LA UNIÓN SECUNDARIO-UNIVERSITARIO SE HACE REAL



Aprobada en secreto por Lagos

santiago, 14.06.2005 17:32

ESTUDIANTES PROTESTAN CONTRA LA LEY DE FINANCIAMIENTO



Instituto Nacional en Toma

santiago, 14.06.2005 17:02

LA UNIÓN SECUNDARIO-UNIVERSITARIO SE HACE REAL



Trasporte de mercado

santiago, 14.06.2005 17:02

TRANSANTIAGO EN RODAJE...



artivisme (ca)

Barcelona, 14.06.2005 17:00

                   trencant
patrons

una altra forma de veure la moda :: 2001 bcn : Taller de desobediències civils i grups d'afinitat, Campanya contra el BM!!!!! x :: Pret a Revolter, tant temps jugant a les pilotetes i...ens havíem oblidat del xandall!! 2003 paris : Pret-a-precaire : Les últimes tendències de la precarietat laboral 2004 rio de janeiro : Fashion Real al Parc Lage 11 Setembre 2004 2005 milà : Serpica Naro x web x Anàlisi sobre Serpica Naro x collage milano x psicosoma factory_serpica naro i ara a Barcelona :: innaguració Taller de Costura de Codi Obert(fotos) x els dilluns : taller de costura a miles

+info :: >>>@rtivisme



artivismo (es)

Barcelona, 14.06.2005 17:00

                   rompiendo
patrones

otra forma de ver la moda :: 2001 bcn : Taller de desobediencias civiles y grupos de afinidad, Campaña contra el BM!!!!! x :: Pret a Revolter, tanto tiempo jugando a las pelotitas y ...nos habiamos olvidado del chandal!! 2003 paris : Pret-a-precaire : Las ultimas tendencias de la precariedad laboral 2004 rio de janeiro : Fashion Real en Parque Lage 11 Septiembre 2004 2005 milan : Serpica Naro x web x Análisis sobre Serpica Naro x collage milano x psicosoma factory_serpica naro y ahora en barcelona :: inauguración Taller de Costura de Código Abierto(fotos) x los lunes : taller d costura en miles

+info :: >>>@rtivismo



Conflictos en Córdoba

Argentina, 14.06.2005 15:02

Lunes 13 de junio de 2005 | Lucha Gremial.
Continua la lucha reivindicativa en Córdoba.



UC Clericals Stage Three Day Strike

Santa Cruz, CA, 14.06.2005 12:01

Some 16,500 clerical workers at the University of California's nine state campuses, began a three-day strike June 13, to demand higher pay. The Coalition of University Employees, or CUE, is unaffiliated with other unions, and consists largely of women and people of color. Ninety-four percent of its members voted to strike after talks reached an impasse this spring. Vinny Lombardo reports from Santa Cruz, where 150 people held a lunch time rally. Audio

Photos: 1 | 2 | 3

[ 3-Day CUE Statewide Strike of UC June 13-15 || Coalition of University Employees (CUE) ]



Update on Flag and Infoshop.org

DC, 14.06.2005 11:01

The server hosting Infoshop.org, Flag.blackened.net, and related websites and email lists has been offline since Monday, June 6.



Watsonville Brown Berets Continue Message of Radical Activism

Santa Cruz, CA, 14.06.2005 11:01

The Brown Berets are part of the historical struggle of resistance of the Chicano community. Founded in 1967 by youth in the barrios of East Los Angeles, they organized to fight against police harassment, social injustice and poor education. Influenced by the legacy of this orgnization, a group of Watsonville students decided to reactivate the Brown Berets in 1994. The Watsonville Brown Berets are one of the most active local youth organizations fighting for progressive change and barrio peace.



Youth Boycott Urban Outfitters

Santa Cruz, CA, 14.06.2005 07:21

Despite a bit of scheduling confusion, about a dozen young people organized a leaflet action on June 12, to encourage a boycott of Urban Outfitters. They're upset that company CEO Richard Hayne, is a major contributor to the Republican Party, and specifically to Pennsylvania's Rick Santorum, one of the most rabidly anti-gay US Senators.

"If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual gay sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery. You have the right to anything. All of those things are antithetical to a healthy, stable, traditional family and that's sort of where we are in today's world, unfortunately. It all comes from, I would argue, the right to privacy that doesn't exist, in my opinion, in the United States Constitution." - Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.), Associated Press, 04-22-03

Audio: Rockin' the Boat: Youth Boycott of Urban Outfitters! II Photos: Think Urban Outfitters is Gay Friendly? Think Again!



June 14th Kickoff of Boycott Against Gallo

San Francisco Bay Area, 14.06.2005 07:20

A boycott of Gallo Wine will be kicked off on Tuesday, 6/14 at 12noon, on the steps of SF City Hall (1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, at Polk & McAllister St). Protesters,including UFW President Arturo Rodriguez, will come together to demand a fair contract for Farm Workers at Gallo of Sonoma Vineyards. Recently, Gallo's workers have received public attention when an unsafe three bedroom house where 29 farm laborers lived was raided by state and federal officials. Read more

GalloUnfair.com | Gallo's website



Bolivya: Gaz savaşları

Istanbul, 14.06.2005 06:02

Bolivya'da gaz savaşları yine kızıştı



Turkey: Troops attack villagers

Istanbul, 14.06.2005 06:02

Hakkari, Çukurca: Troops blasted returning villagers with obus cannon fire



Aprobada en secreto por Lagos

santiago, 14.06.2005 03:02

Estudiantes protestan contra la Ley de financiamiento



Code Pink sails again at the Grand Floral Parade

Portland, 14.06.2005 00:24

Code Pink Portland first brought out the "Portland Peace Fleet" in June of 2003, as a symbolic protest to the warships' part in Rose Festival. This year we "sailed" again. Wearing pink cardboard "boats," Code Pinkers marched the parade route one hour before the Grand Floral Parade on Saturday morning. Most of the crowd waiting for the parade seemed pleased to have some entertainment; many applauded and cheered us. There were a few hecklers, of course, but the cheers and applause far out-numbered the naysayers. Occasionally an onlooker would call out, "Support our troops." Our spontaneous response, without missing a beat: "BRING THEM HOME!" developed into a lively call-and-response chant. story + photos >>

2003 report: [ Pink splashes disrupt parade-goers' placid gaze ]



No on X - Santa Cruz utility tax hits poor people

Santa Cruz, CA, 14.06.2005 00:01

In a vote-by-mail election set for August, 2005, Santa Cruz residents will be asked to approve another utility tax. Of all the things to tax, essentials are the worst possible choice. Whether you're rich or poor, you still have to flush the toilet.

The proposed 3 to 12% utility tax comes on top of a 7% utility tax and is made worse by a massive, multi-year, 124% increase in city water rates, not to mention a backward water pricing scheme that already has small users paying up to 580% more per gallon than big users.

As usual, Santa Cruz City Council calls itself progressive but doesn't behave that way. Please join me in voting no on Measure X.

[ No on X ]



Conflictos en Córdoba

Argentina, 14.06.2005 00:00

Lunes 13 de junio de 2005 | Lucha Gremial.
Continua la lucha reivindicativa en Córdoba.



Conflictos en Córdoba

Argentina, 14.06.2005 00:00

Lunes 13 de junio de 2005 | Lucha Gremial.
Continua la lucha reivindicativa en Córdoba.



Action against the G8 kicked off on 11th June in Sheffield

United Kingdom, 13.06.2005 20:01

In advance of the G8 Justice and Interior Ministers arriving for their summit in Sheffield protests against their presence started with a Critical Mass at 8:30am (report and video). People started to gather on Devonshire Green at 10:30am for the demonstration called by the Sheffield Stop the War Coalition. Several hundred people then marched through the centre of town on the way to Peace in the Park at the General Cemetery. Lots of information on the G8 was distributed to shoppers in town.

With the fine weather holding out the 3rd annual Peace in the Park festival was packed. This year it was a benefit for Sheffield Archer Project, a charity providing support for the homeless, and the Intermediate Technology Development Group, an international charity working on practical ways to end poverty for people in need all over the world. Stalls included No Sweat, No2ID and others. Along with an open mic tent and a bands stage there were also tunes from Riddemtion.

The finale of the evening was a performance by the Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination which included an appearance from the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army .

Photos: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6



AUDIO FILE: Dennis Kucinich-A Calling For Peace and Unity

Portland, 13.06.2005 18:21

Representative Dennis Kucinich was in Portland June 5, 2005, as Keynote speaker for a gathering at the First Unitarian Church entitled, A Calling For Peace And Unity.
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The Program, featuring presentations from Oregon Civic, Government and Spiritual Community and Peace Activists, as well as Rep. Kucinich, was moderated by Peter Bergel, Executive Director of <A HREF=" http://www.oregonpeaceworks.org/site/index.php"><FONT COLOR="#6633cc">Oregon Peace Works</A></FONT><BR><br>

Kucinich observed, "we can see that in the last year events in our nation and the world have gone in a direction which underscores the urgency of our work. Our country continues to have an official policy which separates us from the world community. Just last week, at the United Nations, the Administration concluded one month of activity that was totally dedicated to wrecking the Non Proliferation Treaty. The unwillingness to participate in the entire architecture of international agreements continues to demonstrate an unwillingness to see the connections between the United States and the nations of the world. Now at this moment where we see an official policy of disconnection, it's so important for our work to be one of connection....not only with other nations as citizen diplomats, but also to make the connections in our own community." Dennis believes that we should be working to forge a community that is consciously dedicated to Peace, a world where war is not only not inevitable, but would be unthinkable.



Opposition Mounts to &quot;NAFTA Superhighway&quot; I-69

Boston, 13.06.2005 18:01

The U.S. government is currently poised to roll out a new strip of asphalt all the way from Loredo, Texas up to Port Huron, Michigan. Interstate 69, if completed, will stretch over 2000 miles, through Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, and Michigan. The main purpose of this interstate is to provide a channel for trading goods between Mexico, the U.S. and Canada. It would act as a piece of the life-support system for the North American Free Trade Agreement (or NAFTA) and, if enacted, the Free Trade Area of the Americas. Some are calling it the “NAFTA Superhighway”.



Report from La Paz, Bolivia

Saint Louis, 13.06.2005 17:20

Carlos "Charles" Jove has provided Latin music and culture for years on KDHX's Alma Latina program. He is currently in La Paz, Bolivia, (his home country) witnessing the people's rebellion. Thousands are demanding that oil be nationalized and the whole populous benefit from oil sales instead of a few corporations. Read more about the uprising at Global Indymedia

Videos from Paul and Carlos Jove: [June 6 | June 7]



Total Retçi Mehmet Tarhan'a Özgürlük

Istanbul, 13.06.2005 15:02

Açlık grevindeki Total Retçi Mehmet Tarhan'a yasal kısırdöngü



Brezilya, Florianópolis: Otobüs zammına karşı öğrenci eylemleri

Istanbul, 13.06.2005 15:02

Brezilya, Florianópolis: Ulaşım zammına karşı protestolar sürüyor



Hakkari: Askerler köyü topa tuttu

Istanbul, 13.06.2005 15:02

Hakkari, Çukurca'da askerler geri dönüş yapan köyü topa tuttu



&quot;Fest der V�lker&quot; in Jena

Germany, 13.06.2005 15:00

Am 11.6. erwartete die th�ringische Stadt Jena ein gro�es Nazifest unter dem Namen "Fest der V�lker". Nach einem Verbotsantrag durch die Stadt sollte die Veranstaltung nach Jena-Ost verlegt werden. Nach Blockaden am Morgen wurde das Nazifest nach Lobeda verlegt. Von den erwarteten tausenden Nazis aus ganz Europa und den USA sind nur wenige Hundert gekommen (Fotos). An Protesten gegen das Fest beteiligten sich bis zu 8.000 Menschen (Fotos).
Mehr im Info-Sammelthread und den Updates / weitere Updates

www.voelkerball.de.vu | www.nazis-stoppen.tk | www.jg-stadtmitte.de



Reducción y respeto. Encuentro de personas y grupos.

Euskal Herria, 13.06.2005 15:00



Recipe for Disaster: Law Enforcement and the Mentally Ill in San Jose

San Francisco Bay Area, 13.06.2005 15:00

San Jose has the highest rate of police killings relative to the overall murder rate of any of the 50 largest cities in the U.S. Three mentally ill people have been killed by the SJPD since the summer of 2003. Indybay reporter Peter Maiden spent the last eight months on the beat of police issues in San Jose. This is the first of two installments of the article that is the culmination of his efforts, an in-depth investigative report on how police and corrections officers in San Jose deal with the mentally ill. Peter went from being embedded with the SJPD for a day to attending many meetings of the activist Coalition for Justice and Accountability. He exposes the reality of life for the mentally ill inside the Jail. And he writes that the situation cannot be fixed without change that is essentially revolutionary. Previous Indybay stories by Peter on police issues in San Jose include: A Meeting on Police Killings, Commission Meets on Police Violence, A Nurse’s Story, A Prisoner’s Story, Trial in the Killing of Rudy Cardenas, March for Rudy Cardenas, San Jose Copwatch, and A Call to Ban Tasers.
Read Part One | Part Two Is Coming on June 19 | Indybay's Police Page



Berlin: Yorckstrasse 59

Istanbul, 13.06.2005 03:22

Berlin: Yorckstrasse 59 boşaltıldı



İtalya: Anarşist kolektiflere yönelik baskılar

Istanbul, 13.06.2005 02:01

İtalya'da cadı avı



DC Living Wage Law in the Works

DC, 13.06.2005 00:01

Friday, Washington, DC's local government began deliberations on a living wage policy. If the measure passes in the coming months, DC would join 300 municipalities across the US who say today's federal minimum wage of $5.15 an hour is not enough for a worker to live off of. Ingrid Drake from the DC Radio Co-op brings us this report. Audio



pix from commUnity muraL at 17th &amp; K

San Diego, 13.06.2005 00:01

In the path of the john moores wave of gentrification and across from the Hacienda Townhomes, an affordable housing complex, commUnity activists are painting a large mural at 17th & K representing the children of the neighborhood, their heritage and aspirations. You are welcome to help with painting the muraL weekends 11AM-1PM or contact artist Mario Torero 619-299-2840  mariotorero@hotmail.com



Recipe for Disaster: Law Enforcement and the Mentally Ill in San Jose

San Francisco Bay Area, 13.06.2005 00:00

San Jose has the highest rate of police killings relative to the overall murder rate of any of the 50 largest cities in the U.S. Three mentally ill people have been killed by the SJPD since the summer of 2003. Indybay reporter Peter Maiden spent the last eight months on the beat of police issues in San Jose. This is the first of two installments of the article that is the culmination of his efforts, an in-depth investigative report on how police and corrections officers in San Jose deal with the mentally ill. Peter went from being embedded with the SJPD for a day to attending many meetings of the activist Coalition for Justice and Accountability. He exposes the reality of life for the mentally ill inside the Jail. And he writes that the situation cannot be fixed without change that is essentially revolutionary. Previous Indybay stories by Peter on police issues in San Jose include: A Meeting on Police Killings, Commission Meets on Police Violence, A Nurse’s Story, A Prisoner’s Story, Trial in the Killing of Rudy Cardenas, March for Rudy Cardenas, San Jose Copwatch, and A Call to Ban Tasers.
READ PART ONE | PART TWO IS COMING ON JUNE 19



MORADIA

Brasil, 12.06.2005 23:30

Mobilização pela Ocupação Zumbi dos Palmares



Nuclear Free Australia

Sydney, 12.06.2005 23:21

Australian Atomic Confessions



MORADIA

Brasil, 12.06.2005 23:00

Moradores/as do Horto suspendem desapropriação



Solidarity Across Borders

Maritimes, 12.06.2005 20:24

Solidarity Across Borders - 200 km march from Montreal to Ottawa in solidarity with immigrants and refugees



kkk en Tomball

Houston, 12.06.2005 20:00

Protesta recibe al KuKlux Klan en Tomball, Texas



Report-back from Naked Bike Ride

Portland, 12.06.2005 19:21

I just got back from the Naked Bike Ride part of the Pedalpalooza festivities. It was so cold but sooo much fun! There was about 200 people of many ages from babies to middle aged riding tonight! It all started at FreeGeek with a dance party(which I missed). Then we all took off for downtown. We took the bridge and then we rode on 2nd and 3rd between Main & a little past Burnside. There were lots of people everywhere as you could imagine on a saturday night. Some laughing, some cheering, some taking pictures, some offended, some honking, some giving high fives, and some even saluting. It was really funny seeing all the different responses. The Kell's crowd seemed particularly happy to see us, as the sparce cheering turned into the roar of a crowd as we passed by there. more >>

[ Pedalpalooza Calendar of Events ]



A brief report on some of the counter recruitment and anti-war activities at Rose Fest on Saturday

Portland, 12.06.2005 19:21

We got down to the Rose Festival yesterday at 1pm. There were lots of people around, since the weather was still ok. Right next to the Salmon Street Fountain, the Marines had booth set up with a big inflatable Marine (I'm not kidding--see the photos). They were cheering on kids as they competed in their pull-up competition. I asked one of the Marine recruiters how it was going, if they were signing lots of people up. He said "No, not really. The weather's keeping people away." I told him that I was glad, and that I hoped he didn't sign anyone up. Then he said "If that's how you feel, then we're signing lots of people up." Recruiters lying? I was shocked.

There were two groups of Veterans for Peace with big banners hanging out by the Marines, so we decided to see who else was recruiting, and if they needed company. The next booth we ran into was the National Guard, with their big climbing wall, but someone was already there, getting folks to sign postcards to the Governor to bring the Guard home. We moved on.



kontraŭfaŝismo (eo)

Barcelona, 12.06.2005 19:00

Resonanta funebro

Berga: Kiam la larmoj estingas la fajron: Kio okazis en la nokto de la 28a? ::: Oni mortigis Josep Maria Isanta en Berga dum la Patum-festoj ::: Estis ankaŭ pliaj vunditoj kaj afliktitoj ::: Berga vokas por ekonomia helpo por pagi la advokatojn :::

[31an de majo] 20hPopolaj kaserolprotestoj en Berga

rilataj novaĵoj: Komuniko de la junularaj asocioj el Berga ::: Komuniko de MDT ::: Solidareco de Maulets ::: ĝis kiam? Ĉu ĝis mi estos la murdito? ::: La afero de Berga ::: La mano lulanta la junulan faŝismon: danĝeraj rilatoj ::: Pripensoj de aktivulo en la sendependisma maldekstro ::: La malbonŝanca Tura :::

+infoj | >>>kontraŭfaŝismo



laboro (eo)

Barcelona, 12.06.2005 19:00

Firma dungado foriras kaj por ni restas...

estas miraklo atingi la finon de la monatola malfirmeco :: sen dignaj kontraktoj (unua- kaj dua-klasaj gelaboristoj)-(La registaro ignoras la plimulton de la senpaperuloj)-(Usono: La unuflanka klas-milito)-(Sklavismo en la moderna socio)-(Niaj salajroj aŭkciitaj suben en interreto...) laboraj akcidentoj (Oni nur enkalkulas 4 el ĉiu 28a laborkrimo)-(Ferrol, krimo) Ellandigo de entreprenoj (Sisma SL deklaras sin bankrota celante ne pagi al gelaboristoj)-(Ellandigoj kaj malcentralizoj)-(Labora "Senimposta Vendejo" kaj nova maniero por la ellandigo de entreprenoj) privatigo (Parcs i Jardins (Parkoj kaj Ĝardenoj): ankaŭ la ŝika maldekstro privatigas)-(La Monda Banko proponas publikan kaj privatan pensio-sistemon) sindikatoj pagataj de la mastraro (La metal-federacioj de CCOO bojkotas la strikon en SAS-Abrera)-(Kial mi malfidas je CCOO kaj UGT?... vi mem vidu tion)-(Enfermiĝo en MITASA) subpremo (CNT: La polico konfiskas la materialon de la budo de Rambla de Canaletes, Barcelono)-(LINPAC de Valls, despotismo de la mastroj)-(Eŭskio: emeritaj laboristoj, leĝe ĉirkaŭmuritaj)-(Ĉilio: Aguas Andinas (Andaj akvoj), posedaĵo de Aigües de Barcelona (Akvoj de Barcelono), subpremas kaj maldungas)-(El Corte Inglés denove kondamnita pro lezado de la rajtoj je esprimo kaj sindikata libereco)

+infoj ::: >>>laboro - vi organiziĝu kaj lernu el la historio




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