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Audio Recordings from BioDemocracy Conference

Philadelphia, 21.06.2005 16:42

Dozens of workshops, screenings, and lectures took place during the BioDemocracy convergence. Independent journalists have recorded the very best of these important sources of information that highlight the current dangers that Biotech poses and the mounting resistance.

Corruption of Science Panel | Biotech Corporations and Global Trade

GMO's in Latin America | Biotechnology in the Global South

Communities Resisting Genetic Engineering | Ignacio Chapela @ Reclaim the Commons



&quot;Arrastão de Carcavelos&quot;: os media e a manipulação dos acontecimentos

Portugal, 21.06.2005 15:31

"Arrastão de Carcavelos": os media e a manipulação dos acontecimentos



Rally for Rainbows, Farmers, Constitution

DC, 21.06.2005 14:02

Courtdate set for ticketees.



First Grand Jury Hearing in SF on June 22nd

San Francisco Bay Area, 21.06.2005 07:00

Ten Bay Area residents, who include animal advocates, alternative media members, prisoner rights activists, and members of the greater Bay Area progressive community, have been subpoenaed to a Federal Grand Jury in San Francisco. The first hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, June 22nd. Supporters of the Bay Area residents, as well as all those who seek to defend and keep free speech rights, have been invited to attend. The hearing will take place at 9am in the Federal Courthouse at 450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco. The date is subject to change, so people who plan to attend are encouraged to check FBIwitchHunt.com for updates. Animal Liberation supporters believe that the grand jury is an effort to intimidate them. Read more In addition, as of 6/20, at least eight activists in San Diego have received grand jury subpoenas, and the Activist San Diego house in City Heights was visited by three federal agents.

Listen to the grand jury teach-in | Fault Lines story



Giving Animal Liberation a Human Face: Open Rescue

San Francisco Bay Area, 21.06.2005 07:00

EBAA, (East Bay Animal Advocates), has a growing reputation among animal protectionists as one of only a handful of organizations in the U.S. currently engaged in open rescues. From its base in Oakland, on the eastern side of San Francisco Bay, EBAA focuses on education, legislation, and rescue work for animals. Christine and her team also use video and still cameras to document the conditions they see, publicizing the images online and sending them to the media. The group has also engaged in "open rescue", in which activists go onto farms and remove sick, dying, and dead animals, and document the conditions of animals on farms. View the article from Satya magazine here.



Dissent! G8 infoshop opens in Edinburgh

Scotland, 21.06.2005 05:03

The G8 public Infoshop opened today to satisfy local curiousity and welcome autonomous groups and individual anti-G8 protesters.
The Infoshop is located 10 Albert Place, Leith Walk, in Edinburgh, EH7 5HN. It is about 10 minutes away from the bus and train station.
From now on, the access point will be opened 24 hours a day.
Collective meetings are held at 6 pm daily to update newcomers and to facilitate the running of the Infoshop.

[ Dissent! | Recent update about Practicalities | Protest Activities Overview | Mobilisation Links ]



Primate Research Museum Announced in Madison

Madison, 21.06.2005 05:02

On Saturday June 4th the National Primate Research Exhibition Hall was announced. This facility, a museum to show the effects of primate research, will be located in Madison, directly between the University of Wisconsin's two most famous research labs. WORT's "In Our BackYard" has this report:



Iraqi Labor Activist speaks in Madison

Madison, 21.06.2005 05:02

Iraqi Labor Activist Amjad Ali Aljawhry, Representative of the FWCUI and Union of the Unemployed in Iraq (UUI) for North America, spoke at the Labor Temple in Madison, Wisconsin on Monday June 20th. Before his talk, he stopped by WORT Community Radio.



FLORIANÓPOLIS

Brasil, 21.06.2005 04:25

Prefeitura não irá sancionar projeto. Movimento continua nas ruas



What you should know about Pacifica Radio

DC, 21.06.2005 03:01

Since ostensibly winning a campaign to recapture the small progressive Pacifica network that spanned years, involving at one time three separate lawsuits, and 10's of thousands of its active listeners, the tiny network is once again at war with itself.... And, the CPB has already cut budget by 1 million...



ALERTA EN CHIAPAS

Uruguay, 21.06.2005 03:01

EL EZLN declara alerta roja general en territorios autónomos



Rosario: Brutal agresión a manifestantes y a periodista

Argentina, 21.06.2005 02:20

Lunes 20 de junio de 2005 | Rosario
Brutal agresión a manifestantes y a periodista



Police/Community Relations

Sydney, 21.06.2005 02:01

Roxbury Hotel Raided by Drug Squad



Tenncare Enrollees Occupy Governor's Office

Tennessee, 20.06.2005 21:02

Enrollees Refuse to Leave, Present List of Demands Nashville, TN: On Monday morning at 10:00am, twenty Tenncare Enrollees entered Governor Bredesen's Office with a list of demands, including a request to halt all of the termination of health insurance letters immediately and to provide written agreement to resume talks before June 30th and to review reforms and revenue generation that could allow TennCare to be maintained for those who are proposed to be cut and receive benefit limits. Additionally they have requested that these talks happen in manner fully accessible to the public and that they engage enrollees and medical professionals chosen from and with in this participating group.



MKP gerillaları toprağa verildi

Istanbul, 20.06.2005 19:21

MKP gerillaları toprağa verildi



all arrestanten van de Afrika vrij

Netherlands, 20.06.2005 18:20

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Aboriginal Nations

Perth, 20.06.2005 17:33

SOVEREIGN TOUR 2006



Wisconsin Joint Finance Committee Favors Massive Highway Building over Citizens' Concerns About Health, Public Education and Accelerated Global Warming

Madison, 20.06.2005 17:01

The Wisconsin Joint Finance Committee has voted against the Wisconsin public's right to a clean, healthy and hospitable environment. There is no other way to explain the Joint Finance Committee's recommendation of a budget that restores massive new funding for new highway construction, adds millions on top of billions for accommodating virtually unlimited motor vehicle driving, and takes money away from education of our children.



Repression

Manila, 20.06.2005 16:39

Breaking News: NBI Raids Printing Press



Glasgow Cre8 Summit - Reclaiming Community

United Kingdom, 20.06.2005 13:00

Over the weekend of the 11th and 12th of June the Cre8 Summit community initiative started taking back an area of land in Glasgow left derelict by the planners, transforming it into a community garden space. Set up in opposition to the M74 motorway extension (the site lies on the proposed route) and the G8, a week of community gardening and workshops culminated on Saturday 18th June with a celebration event. A follow up Family Festival day is also planned. During the first weekend as permaculture activists were planning the graden with local residents, it was announced that the M74 would be delayed by at least a year. One of the people working on Cre8 Summit said - We are doing this because we believe that many of the problems of the world are caused by a lack of solidarity amongst communities - coming together to create and maintain a space that is of benefit to all strengthens us all - we're also actively demonstrating what we are for, creating another possible world now, instead of just talking about it.

Cre8 Garden Pictures | Audio Interview (mp3) | Film: Cre8 Summit Day 1 (.mov 3mins): Direct Download | Press Coverage
Also see: Jam74.org | Corporate Watch on M74 | Road Block | Road Alert



Portlanders wowed by spectacular storm, sunset &amp; rainbow

Portland, 20.06.2005 09:01

I stepped out a little while ago to see what was going on, and the first thing I saw was that rainbow. A double rainbow no less. The amazing thing is, the area inside the arch of the rainbow is incredibly illuminated while the area around it is very dark. I've never seen anything quite like it in my entire 34 years, and I've seen some pretty massive storms when I lived on the east coast.



Wild Oats attacks free speech rights of local activist - and loses

Portland, 20.06.2005 09:01

I went to the Division St Wild Oats to hand out flyers on Friday evening a little after 5. With only an hour's time before needing to leave, I got right to it, standing out at the curb and handing flyers to people going in and out of the store. It was going well, with a nice percentage of people generally interested and accepting the flyers.

I'd been outside for 15, maybe 20 minutes, when someone from the store came out and asked me to move down the street. It seems a customer had complained that they didn't want to be accosted while going into the store. I listened to her request, and said I am just handing flyers to people and declined to move.



Report on the Second Annual “Night of Solidarity” with Jeff “Free” Luers in Eugene

Portland, 20.06.2005 07:21

On Sunday, June 12, 2005, approximately 150 people gathered at Sam Bond's Garage (a local pub/restaurant) for a "Night of Solidarity with Political Prisoner Jeff 'Free' Luers." This was the 2nd year of annual international solidarity actions with Jeff, organized in opposition to his cruel and ridiculous 22+ year prison sentence. He has served five years so far for burning three SUVs in protest of pollution and greed. read more >>

[ Free 'Free' Now ]



First Grand Jury Hearing in SF on June 22nd

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.06.2005 06:20

Ten Bay Area residents, who include animal advocates, alternative media members, prisoner rights activists, and members of the greater Bay Area progressive community, have been subpoenaed to a Federal Grand Jury in San Francisco. The first hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, June 22nd. Supporters of the Bay Area residents, as well as all those who seek to defend and keep free speech rights, have been invited to attend. The hearing will take place at 9am in the Federal Courthouse at 450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco. The date is subject to change, so people who plan to attend are encouraged to check http://www.FBIwitchHunt.com for updates. Animal Liberation supporters believe that the grand jury is an effort to intimidate them.

Faultlines Story about the Grand Jury Subpoenas



The Estate of Kendra Sarie James v. Scott McCollister and City of Portland

Portland, 20.06.2005 05:21

Trial is set for Monday morning, June 20, at 9 AM at the Mark Hatfield Federal Courthouse, 1000 SW 3rd at Salmon. Room 13 B--Judge Aiken

Kendra James was shot and killed by Officer Scott McCollister, May 5, 2003.

Kendra James - 5'1", 110 pounds
Scott McCollister - 6'0", 220+ pounds



Grassroots grow in Resistance to the G8

Scotland, 20.06.2005 05:02

On Sunday the 12th of June the Cre8 Summit began. An inspiring local community permaculture project set up in opposition both to the building of the new M74 northern extension and the G8 summit to be held in July 2005.

[Audio | Video | Pictures | Previous Report | M74 feature ]



Workers Demand Justice At Berkeley Honda

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.06.2005 02:20

As of June 1, 2005, the Doten family sold their Honda dealership after 40 years in Berkeley. The service department employees, mechanics, service writers, detailers and parts technicians were represented by the Machinists Union (IAM Local 1546) and Automotive Teamsters Local 78. The new owner told workers that he would recognize the union. Workers asked him to honor their old union contract, with a one-year freeze in wages, giving us time to negotiate a new contract. He refused. They asked him to maintain the current staff for a period of 100 days before making any decisions about which employees to keep or terminate. He refused. He replaced a 31-year employee and Honda-certified technician with a mechanic who just graduated from technical college and does not yet possess a journeyman card or his own tools. He replaced Doten's most experienced parts technician with a friend of his. He re-hired only one of the existing experienced service writers. None of the employees who clean and detail cars have been rehired and cars are being sent off-property for this work.

All of Doten's service department employees, whether rehired or not, have decided to take a stand against the owner's actions. They are filing unfair labor practice charges against the owners at the NLRB. For the past few days they have been picketing in front of the dealership.
Photos | More Indybay Labor Coverage



United Airlines Engineers Hold A Picket To Spur Contract Negotiations

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.06.2005 02:20

On June 15, members of the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers (IFPTE) held an informational picket outside the United Airlines maintenance terminal in San Bruno, California. Theirs is the last unsigned contract for United workers.They've been without one for the past two years.

Engineers from Boeing Aircraft, which supplies United with many of their aircraft, came from Seattle, Oregon to support the San Francisco Airport crew. Jennifer MaKay, President of the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace and Boeing engineer, said that United's engineers are being paid up to 40% less than market value. In the last two years, 150 engineers have left.

Lawrence Tongas, member of the IFPTE Local 20 bargaining committee said United is expected to exit bankruptcy this year, and when that happens the stock held by employees will no longer be of any financial value. Tongas, a 14 year veteran with the company explained that United employees all took salary cuts in exchange for stock. However, the stock which was valued at $100 a share in the early 90's quickly dropped to $1 a share. Pensions were terminated and retirements ruined.

United employs about 310 engineers nationwide. 250 at SFO, 50 in Indianapolis, 10 in Chicago. Negotiations are ongoing.

Read More With Photos



Resistance and Refusal in Osaka

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.06.2005 02:00

In Japan's industrial and port city of Osaka, precarious workers and unemployed have dug themselves in, opting out of monthly rent payments, a policed neighborhood or so-called "worker's hotels" which charge $20 a night, and instead erecting a permanent tent village in Nishi-Nari Park. Residents are now engaged in a sustained campaign to defend the occupied park against a city-imposed "assistance menu," which in the past has taken shape as an aggressive city intervention and eviction campaign, as recently experienced by the residents of Osaka Castle Park. Residents have requested solidarity actions, such as contacting the Osaka Prefecture office in San Francisco (tel 415-288-3920, fax 415-288-3924). The city government has reportedly refused to even look at a statement of demands presented by residents of the park. Full story | Indymedia Japan



Workers Demand Justice At Berkeley Honda

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.06.2005 02:00

As of June 1, 2005, the Doten family sold their Honda dealership after 40 years in Berkeley. The service department employees, mechanics, service writers, detailers and parts technicians were represented by the Machinists Union (IAM Local 1546) and Automotive Teamsters Local 78. The new owner told workers that he would recognize the union. Workers asked him to honor their old union contract, with a one-year freeze in wages, giving us time to negotiate a new contract. He refused. They asked him to maintain the current staff for a period of 100 days before making any decisions about which employees to keep or terminate. He refused. He replaced a 31-year employee and Honda-certified technician with a mechanic who just graduated from technical college and does not yet possess a journeyman card or his own tools. He replaced Doten's most experienced parts technician with a friend of his. He re-hired only one of the existing experienced service writers. None of the employees who clean and detail cars have been rehired and cars are being sent off-property for this work.

All of Doten's service department employees, whether rehired or not, have decided to take a stand against the owner's actions. They are filing unfair labor practice charges against the owners at the NLRB. For the past few days they have been picketing in front of the dealership. Photos



Solstice for Peace and Change

Rogue Valley, 20.06.2005 01:03

Come June 21 at 6:30 PM for an evening at Alba Park in Medford with Citizens for Peace and Justice. Plan for change and work to put a stop to U.S. war-based foreign policy.

It is the Summer Solstice, the shortest night, and the sun has reached its zenith. It is a time of healing magic. The Oak King who has reigned since the darkest night of winter rises from his throne and the Holly King takes over the reign of the forest. In old England on this night, bonfires were lit at sundown to ward off evil spirits. Lighting the bonfires was known as "setting the watch" and those who traveled from one fire to another were "marching the watch".



Hundreds of Concerned Citizens Attend Rally Against Mountain Top Removal

Tennessee, 20.06.2005 00:04

Successfull Week of Anti-Mountaintop Removal Activity

Lexington, KY: During the week of June 13 a meal of toxic coal sludge scraped out of a stream in eastern Kentucky was delivered to the president of a coal advocacy group, hundreds of concerned citizens attended an anti-mountain top removal (MTR) rally and march that ended at Kentucky Utility's headquarters, a film festival educated Lexingtonians about the dangers of strip mining and its repercussions, and activists passed out literature on the streets, all part of Mountain Justice Summer's week in Lexington, Kentucky.



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

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.06.2005 00:02

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 second 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 | Read Part Two



Resistance and Refusal in Osaka

San Francisco Bay Area, 20.06.2005 00:02

Japan, 6/16/2005: There is a quiet park, or kouen, on the way to the Osaka ports, still in the city but not near any subway exits, far from the crowds of the Tsuruhashi mall to its east; two blocks away the highway churns past at a dizzying speed. The park’s name according to the city is Tsumori, but for the workers and unemployed who have dug themselves into its contours, it is known as Nishi-Nari.

What exists at Nishi-Nari Park is a quasi-autonomy: a refusal of capitalist housing. These aging workers, many at the lowest end of Japanese society, choose instead of monthly rent payments, a policed neighborhood, or even a "worker’s hotel" (which charge the equivalent of 20 dollars a night), to live collectively, without a landlord, in a permanent tent village. Residents are now engaged in a sustained campaign to defend the occupied park against a city-imposed "assistance menu," which in the past has taken shape as an aggressive city intervention and eviction campaign, as recently experienced by the residents of Osaka Castle Park.

Residents have requested solidarity actions, such as contacting the Osaka Prefecture office in San Francisco (tel 415-288-3920, fax 415-288-3924). The city of Osaka has reportedly refused to even look at a statement of demands presented by residents of the park. Full story | Indymedia Japan



&quot;We want anal penetration, not Gay Pride assimilation!&quot; - Queer Revolution and Dyke March crash Gay Pride parade

Portland, 19.06.2005 22:21

Queer Revolution and the Dyke March crashed the corporate-sponsored Gay Pride Parade day this morning. Carrying pink and black flags, anti-authoritarian signs, and shouting chants, the spirited folks made quite a splash with their alternative message. Many bystanders along the route recognized their complaints and non-commercial pride, and cheered them on. "2-4-6-8! We will not assimilate!", "We're not 'everyday people'", and "No borders, no states! We just want to masturbate" were among the calls raised up.



Reformist organizer attempts to co-opt Dyke March with separate event

Portland, 19.06.2005 21:21

It looks like the organizer of the SATURDAY Dyke March is a board member of Pride Northwest, the organization that brings us the HUGE Pride Parade (sponsored by hewlett packard, budweiser, and lots of other fun people!) Here she (Stef-Anie, otherwise known as "The New Lesbian Avengers") is quoted on the Just Out website and makes some errors (ie. the Sunday Dyke March is not organized by Queer Revolution, it is organized by former Lesbian Avengers)... also she refers to organizers as "anti-gay pride" (BAH! unless gay pride = mega corporate $$$ event!) and as creating "infighting" (I guess that queers who don't like rampant consumerism should just shut up and stay home. We're just as bad as the right-wing? give us a break!) Well, enjoy reading this!

related: [ Sunday Dyke March - Info & Rumor Control ]



Walk for Truth in Portland: Get Out of Iraq Now!

Portland, 19.06.2005 21:21

Rural Walkers for Truth met up with Portland supporters in Westmoreland Park on Friday for a boistrous march through SE Portland and downtown to Senator Gordon Smith's office at the World Trade Center. There the marchers met hundreds of supporters for the final rally of the Walk for Truth, Justice, and Community (the crowd estimate was over 400 people).

At the rally, the ROP's Cara Shufelt delivered hundreds of signed postcards to Senator Smith's representative Rian Windsheimer, urging the Senator to back a withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, an end to prisoner torture, and re-direction of funds for human needs, not global war. Cara led the cheering crowd in reading the cards' message out loud to a game Windsheimer, who politely thanked people for walking so far to deliver the message.

read more >>
photos >>

previous: [ Walk for Truth Takes a 'Leap of Faith' Before Final Rally on Friday (17 June) | Walk for Truth in Woodburn: 'Viva la Unidad del Todos Pueblos!' (15 June) ]

[ Rural Organizing Project | PCUN ]



Political Priosoner Rob 'los ricos' Thaxton-6 years in jail June 18

Portland, 19.06.2005 21:21

Political Priosoner Rob 'los ricos' Thaxton-6 years in jail June 18,2005 author: roblosricos.net e-mail:e-mail: roblosricos@defenestrator.org June 18, 2005 marks the sixth year that political prisoner Robert Thaxton is in prison. Rob was arrested at the June 18, 1999 Reclaim the Streets party in Eugene, Oregon for throwing a rock at a cop charging him in riot gear. He recieved an, at the time, unprecedented 7 year sentence for this [5 years for assault, 2 years for riot].

he self described 'one hit wonder anarchist rock star' Rob 'Los Ricos' Thaxton wasn't always a rebellious 'rock star', or an anarcho-activist, or a "punk" political prisoner. There was a time, not that long ago, when he was just another chavo chicano growing up in some forgotten field town called Pampa, Texas... By the righteous (r)age of twelve, Rob began to work with various revolutionary organizations, and eventually left Pampa for the streets of Dallas, Texas, where he joined CISPES (the Committee in solidarity with the People of El Salvador), worked with ACT UP, and KNON-FM, a peoples (Pirate) radio station, where he served as program director.

message from Jeff Luers: "Solidarity for Rob Los Ricos and Brian McCarvill [April 2005] Rob has given his life to this struggle for 33 years. Even after 5 years of prison enduring racial discrimination and harassment by the cops he has continued to agitate for a better world. Brian is a man of honor. He is not selfish. His actions are not inherently politically motivated. He believes in freedom and when he sees something wrong he does his best to fix it. He lives by a code many of us profess to fight for and from prison he has struggled along side anarchists and suffered because of it. These men deserve your support. Write them, work with them, honor their sacrifices as you have honored mine. "

roblosricos.net



Latin-Ameriko (eo)

Barcelona, 19.06.2005 21:00

SUDAMERIKO BATALAS

Ekvadoro: Ili ĉiuj foriru!

Post la 20a de aprilo kaj la falo de alia tirano en Latin-Ameriko, la elitoj reproduktas sin, kaj ŝajnas, ke ili ne ŝanĝos la direkton de la lando, malatentinte la postulojn de la protestoj. La sinnomantaj "forajidos" (banditoj) ripetas la protestojn por depostuli la ŝanĝojn, por kiuj ili faligis Lucio Gutiérrez en la pasinta aprilo; Ili ĉiuj foriru! La eksa vicprezidanto de la registraro kaj nuna reganto de la lando, rompis la sian sindevontigon en la Popola Asembleo

Ne ekzistas simptomoj de plibonigo en Ekvadoro + Plia aĉaĵo, la min-ekspluatado en INTAG-Ekvadoro + De Ekvadoro oni petas solidarecon kun la ribelo + Labortagoj pri Latin-Ameriko en kvartalo Eixample + Ekvadoro Indymedia (SCA) komunikas + Politikistoj superitaj + Radio La Luna rekte + Oni denuncis puĉo-provojn subtenatajn de la usona registraro + Brutala subpremo en Ekvadoro + Kun la popola batalo + Estas murdita la vidbendisto kaj ĵurnalisto Julio García + Bilanco de ribelo de la meza klaso...

Gutiérrez, resumo de forpelo far la popolo: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

+info:: >>>Latin-Ameriko + SCA: EKVADORO



Ekologio (eo)

Barcelona, 19.06.2005 21:00

Rubejoj de la granda Barcelono

la homoj el la vilaĝoj organizas sin kaj batalas kontraŭ la metropola monstro

[22an de majo] marŝado Ne al la MAT [27an kaj 29an de majo] 19a Renkontiĝo de ekologiismaj grupoj kaj platformoj defendantaj la teron

Nia viv-maniero en Barcelono havas prezon... vilaĝoj kaptitaj de la nedaŭrigebla disvolvado: Vilafant, la plej ekologike sieĝata vilaĝo ... por niaj energi-bezonoj... Alttensiaj lineoj :: Labortago en Barxeta (La Costera) - Barxeta diris Ne al la Referendumo dum la tago 20a, gajnis la nula voĉo -- Ĉu tre alta tensio? ... atomcentraloj por malŝpari energion :: Ni petas la fermon de Vandellòs II -- La prezidantino de CSN devos respondeci pri la kazo Vandellòs II -- La incidento de Vandellòs II povus esti de 2a nivelo, laŭ CSN -- Skandala situacio de Vandellòs ... la aero :: La trezoroj de Ebro prirabitaj -- 16an de aprilo: kontraŭ la vent-energia plano -- platformo kontraŭ ventomuelejoj ... la akvo :: Ronda tablo: Akvo kaj lando -- Internacia Agadtago por la vivaj riveroj Nutrado, transgenaĵoj altrudiĝas, kiam oni konsumas ilin :: La transgenaĵoj, debato ... disrompante naturajn spacojn por fari... pli da aŭtoŝoseoj :: La aŭtovojo Interpolar disrompis Gallecs kaj la regionon Vallès ... duaj aŭ triaj loĝejoj :: ĉu pliaj 3 milionoj da loĝejoj? -- Ne al la grand-urbanizado de Querol!!! -- En Cala Tamariua oni plu spekulacias ... transportado por riĉuloj :: agado kontraŭ la kuglotrajno en kvartalo Clot -- La kuglotrajno tra Barcelono ne havas medio-trafan studon ... mono :: Tri intence faritaj incendioj en la delto de Llobregat

respondoj :: Por rehavigo de la komunaĵoj -- Memastrumado, Kunlaboro kaj Agroekologio -- Manifesto de Portús -- Enredos' 05 -- Homa Mevo

+infoj:: >>>ekologio + Ni savu Empordà



Virinoj (eo)

Barcelona, 19.06.2005 21:00

Kiam la virinoj de la fadeno prenas la kudrilon

Kiam temas pri la laboristara movado, oni malmulte parolas pri la virinoj, sed en kelkaj sektoroj kiel la teksa ili batalas jam delonge. Strikoj kiel tiu en Igualada en 1881 aŭ la dialogoj de Teresa Claramunt ekzempligas, ke la batalo de la laboristinoj venas de for en Katalunio. Lastatempe, la virinoj laborantaj en la entrepreno Zara denove prenas forte la kudrilon por depostuli plibonigaĵojn kaj denunci la laborajn kondiĉojn, je kiuj ili estas submetitaj kaj en Galegio kaj en Zaragoza. Se daŭras tiel, ĉi tiu forto povas ĉie alveni.
+ info: La okazigo de la 8a de marto ankaŭ rilatas al la teksa sektoro ::: laboristinoj batalas por la egaleco en Spontex ::: la teksa sektoro, la homaj rajtoj kaj la marokaninoj ::: la rolo de virinoj en la laboristaj kvartaloj :::
rilataj novaĵoj: oni pretigas amasajn maldungojn en la teksa sektoro ::: Kion fari kontraŭ la ellandigo de entreprenoj? ::: Kampanjo 'roba neta' (puraj vestaĵoj) ::: krizo de la teksa sektoro, entrepren-ellandigoj kaj Celestica ::: krizo teksa kaj ekonomia en Igualada ::: modeligado de la virino sub la hispana faŝismo

+ infoj :: >>>virinoj



@rtivismo (eo)

Barcelona, 19.06.2005 21:00

                   rompante
kliŝojn

alia maniero vidi la modon :: 2001 Barcelono : Ateliero pri civila malobeo kaj afinec-grupoj, kampanjo kontraŭ la Monda Banko!!! x :: Prêt à Revolter, tiom da tempo ludante kun pilketoj kaj... ni forgesis la sport-kostumon!! 2003 Parizo : Prêt-à-précaire : La lastaj tendencoj de la labora nefirmeco 2004 Rio de Janeiro : Fashion Real en la Parko Lage 11an de septembro 2004 2005 Milano : Serpica Naro x web x Analizo pri Serpica Naro x Murprentraĵo Milano x Psicosoma factory_serpica naro kaj nun en Barcelono :: Inaŭguro de kudro-ateliero kun malfermita kodo (fotoj) x En la lundoj : Kudro-ateliero en Milers de Vivendes

+infoj :: >>>@rtivismo



Kriminaligo (eo)

Barcelona, 19.06.2005 21:00

La plej reakciaj mobiliziĝas por daŭrigi subpremadon, sed >>> ekzistas respondoj

Por plu diskriminacii pro seksaj kaj seksmoraj kialoj: Fronte al la superkonservativa manifestaciemo en Jardinets de Gràcia kaj en la superkonvervative katolika manifestacio de la 18a de junio >>>> Ni renversu la vidpunkton: Por la (ge)edziĝoj inter katolikoj! ::: [2an de julio] manifestacio kontraŭ homofobio ::: analizo de la manifesto por la 18a de junio ::: kaj trans edziĝoj: ĝia abolo ::: apostatu
Por daŭrigi la disrabadon de la milito kaj la prirabadon de la kolektiva memoro: Fronte la manifestaciojn kontraŭ la redono de la dokumentoj de Salamanca kaj ĝiaj minacoj >>> contrastem: ne pli ol 25 000 manifestaciintoj ::: informem: La spertuloj petas, ke oni redonu la dokumentojn ::: Ni depostulas la dignon kaj la plenan redonon de la dokumentoj :::Ankaŭ en Valencilando ::: Kaj ankaŭ de la anarkiismo
Por plu malebligi pacon: Fronte de la surstratiĝo de la deksto kontraŭ dialogo kun ETA >>>> ni sidiĝu kaj ekparolu ::: civitana malobeado kaj neperforto: la "demo" ::: Solidareco kaj apogo ::: informoj kaj laborgrupoj kiel 18/98 ::: varbado por lokaj sekvo- kaj labor-grupoj
Ĉu por daŭrigi la subpreman potencon?

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Baldwin Park Counter Demo, June 25, 2005

LA, 19.06.2005 19:31

Baldwin Park Counter Demo, June 25, 2005



Aboriginal Sovereignty

Perth, 19.06.2005 19:22

WA Nyungah circle of Elders Response



US Tour of Iraqi National Labor Organizers

San Francisco Bay Area, 19.06.2005 19:20

Six Iraqi labor organizers are touring the US to speak with the labor movement, and they are in the Bay Area this week. Their plan is to educate US trade unionists about the conditions faced by Iraqi workers and their struggles, and to build direct worker-to-worker, union-to-union solidarity and support for Iraqi trade unionists in their effort to build a progressive, secular Iraq. The Iraqis are speaking in San Jose on Sunday, June 19th at 1:30pm. They will be in Berkeley on Sunday night at 7:00pm. They will speak in Martinez on Tuesday, June 21st at 6:00pm.

Unemployment in Iraq stands at 50% nationwide and as high as 70% in some areas. Workers face lowered wages, long shifts without additional pay, and difficult living conditions. Many Iraqi workers have resorted to labor actions such as strikes to win better conditions.

Read more on Indybay's Labor News Page



Congress Hotel Strike Passes Second Anniversary

Chicago, 19.06.2005 19:01

Congress Hotel Picket

Some 700 to 1000 people took part in a solidarity rally on June 14, 2005 to mark the second anniversary of the start of the strike of the employees of the Congress Hotel in downtown Chicago. The rally involved a picket line spanning the entire front of the Congress Hotel

Unlike the 2004 anniversary, which saw an assortment of dramatic actions, the 2005 anniversary was accompanied by a more festive mood, as the strike was accompanied by a mariachi band, and a sound system playing music.

More photos: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8



US Tour of Iraqi National Labor Organizers

San Francisco Bay Area, 19.06.2005 19:00

Six Iraqi labor organizers are touring the US to speak with the labor movement, and they are in the Bay Area this week. Their plan is to educate US trade unionists about the conditions faced by Iraqi workers and their struggles, and to build direct worker-to-worker, union-to-union solidarity and support for Iraqi trade unionists in their effort to build a progressive, secular Iraq. The Iraqis are speaking in San Jose on Sunday, June 19th at 1:30pm. They will be in Berkeley on Sunday night at 7:00pm. They will speak in Martinez on Tuesday, June 21st at 6:00pm.

Unemployment in Iraq stands at 50% nationwide and as high as 70% in some areas. The base industrial wage of Iraqi workers was lowered by the Occupation Authorities from $60 to $40 a month, but prices for food and other necessities skyrocketed. The occupying forces also set wages for workers employed in the public sector at 69,000 dinars a month, or about $35. Most Iraqi workers are employed in the public sector.

Workers often work 11 and 13 hour shifts without additional pay. Children often have to sell motor oil that is given to their parents instead of wages. Some workers used to receive bonuses, but these have been abolished. Electricity, healthcare, clean water and basic services are in short supply, in addition to the hazardous security situation faci ng many Iraqis.

Without a process to settle serious problems at the workplace, many Iraqi workers have gone on strike to correct grievances on the job. They are striking for the right to organize, wage increases linked to inflation, a ban on overtime, improved health and safety standards, payment of promised bonuses, and the removal of corrupt managers. In some cases, they have been shot at in response.

Read more on the US Labor Against the War website



The ‘smoking gun’ on Iraq, and the corporate media are nowhere to be seen

Melbourne, 19.06.2005 12:02

The ‘smoking gun’ on Iraq, and the corporate media are nowhere to be seen



Refugee Rights

Perth, 19.06.2005 09:02

WORLD REFUGEE DAY




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