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Jornadas críticas de propiedad intelectual de Málaga: 9-12 de marzo

estrecho / madiaq, 28.02.2006 18:15

#media_5165;right# Un momento de encuentro para recoger las últimas noticias de campañas y proyectos que están en marcha y se presentaron en anteriores jornadas (por ejemplo, la campaña contra las patentes de software), agitar debates que aún no tienen tanto calado social (canon por préstamo público en bibliotecas, patentes científicas o farmacéuticas) y avanzar algún paso más en otros bastante conocidos (la música, la edición de libros, el canon de CDs y DVDS, las últimas sentencias judidiales "copyleft"...). Igualmente, tratamos de incorporar en el programa talleres prácticos de uso de herramientas libres para la edición musical y audiovisual, y presentaciones de cortos, del videojuego copyleft y fronterizo "Bordergames" o de la original plataforma Burnstation. web de las jornadas



Duquesa de Alba, ¿Hija predilecta de Andalucía?

estrecho / madiaq, 28.02.2006 18:15

El Sindicato Obrero del Campo le recordó a Chaves en el acto de entrega de premios con ocasión del 28-F donde se nombró a la Duquesa de Alba hija predilecta de Andalucía que la reforma agraria sigue pendiente en Andalucía donde continúa la reminiscencia feudal del latifundio y existen 500.000 jornaleros sin tierra.

Cayetana Fitz-James Stuart (Duquesa de Alba), la mayor poseedora del mundo en títulos aristocráticos y nobiliarios, veinte veces Grande de España, con un patrimonio multimillonario en palacios, empresas, negocios y cortijos, propietaria de 34.000 hectáreas de tierra, por las que recibe anualmente una fortuna en subvenciones de 1.885.000 euros (unos 314 millones de ptas.) procedente de los fondos agrícolas comunitarios, será nombrada "Hija Predilecta de Andalucía" el día 28 de Febrero por el Sr. Chaves y su gobierno.



San Ysidro Border Arts &amp; Culture Center

San Diego, 28.02.2006 16:08

The vision for the Border Arts & Cultural Center
entails having a safe space (about 3,000 sq. ft.) in
which border artists, musicians, filmmakers, poets,
community members, etc., can utilize the space to
share/display art/perform, engage in classes,
collaborate with others, etc.



Opposition To SDG&amp;E Powerlink Grows

San Diego, 28.02.2006 16:08

Supervisor Dianne Jacob blasted the proposed new powerlink SDG&E is planning to build, calling it unnecessary. The Supervisor questioned the motives of the company for building the line, claiming they were less interested in providing more energy for the future ... and more interested in maximizing their profits at the expense of rural county residents.



UCSD Students Get Naked For Justice

San Diego, 28.02.2006 16:08

In symbolic protest against the use of sweatshops to make Univeristy of California collegiate apparel, students at 6 UCs including UCSD, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, Berkeley, Davis, and Riverside will be getting naked (or in their underwear) in front of their bookstores where collegiate apparel is sold on Wed, March 1st. UCSD's protest begins at 11:15am.



Conley of Boston IMC Presents on Alive In Baghdad

Boston, 28.02.2006 15:08

On February 27, Brian Conley, a documentary filmmaker with the Alive In Baghdad project, spoke at an assembly of the Cambridge School of Weston, a small private high school in Weston, MA. The presentation included video footage that was filmed while Conley was in Iraq and Jordan in October and November of 2005, as well as a question and answer session afterwards. Students and teachers were curious about Conley’s experience as well as his opinions about the current situation in Iraq. He plans to return to Iraq to continue the documentary in the coming months.



Mobilisation contre les CPE et CNE

Marseille, 28.02.2006 14:37

Mobilisation contre les contrats première et nouvelle embauche.



Protestos contra aumento das tarifas em Joinville

Brasil, 28.02.2006 14:09

TRANSPORTE COLETIVO



Hablemos de ENCE (con Antón Masa)

Uruguay, 28.02.2006 13:39

"Caramelos envenenados"



Car Caravan Demands No Katrina Evictions

LA, 28.02.2006 13:38

Car Caravan Demands No Katrina Evictions



solidarieta' anti WTO

Italy, 28.02.2006 13:38

I poveri non si mettono in prigione



Democracy and Media Freedom Under Fire-Take Action Now!

Aotearoa, 28.02.2006 11:15

A State of emergency has been declared in the Philippines. Protests have been violently dispersed, activists and radicals arrested and the media censored. The Philippines Solidarity Network of Aotearoa has responded to the call by the International Union of Food, Agricultural, Hotel, Restaurant, Catering, Tobacco and Allied Workers’ Associations (IUF) to mobilise "political pressure on your respective governments not to support President Arroyo's declaration. We also request you to manifest your support for democracy by calling on the Philippine government to withdraw the declaration of state of emergency. We urge you, dear comrades, to support the fight for democratic and trade union rights not only in the Philippines but also in all corners of the world."



educació

Barcelona, 28.02.2006 11:13

Jornades per la universitat pública

Jornades "anem al gra: despullem-nos per la pública" 28 de febrer i 1 i 2 de març a la Facultat de Biologia de la UB

Tríptic +++ Cartell +++ Presentació social

Altres noticies:

"Els sistemes educatius en el capitalisme" +++ "Petició de 3000 treballadors/es de l'àmbit social a l'entorn de les escoles (UNAD)" +++ "Cicle de video fòrum: Experiències Educatives Alternatives. Organitzat per la Xarxa per una Educació Lliure" +++ "Comunicat de la CEPC davant de les últimes propostes del Ministerio sobre el Catàleg de titulacions universitàries de grau"

+info : >>>ensenyament + pmdup + CEPC + Alternativa Estel + AEP



educación

Barcelona, 28.02.2006 11:13

Jornadas por la universidad pública

Jornadas "vamos al grano: despelotémonos por la pública" 28 de febrero y 1 y 2 de marzo en la Facultad de Biología de la UB

Tríptico +++ Cartel +++ Presentación social

Otras noticias:

"Los sistemas educativos en el capitalismo" +++ "Petición de 3000 trabajadores/as del ámbito social al entorno de las escuelas (UNAD)" +++ "Ciclo de video forum: Experiencias Educativas Alternativas. Organitzado por la XELL" +++ "Comunicado de la CEPC frente a las últimas propuestas del Ministerio sobre el Catálego de titulaciones universitarias de grado"

+info : >>>ensenyament + pmdup + CEPC + Alternativa Estel + AEP

+info : >>>educación + pmdup + CEPC + Alternativa Estel + AEP



Five revelers arrested

New Orleans, 28.02.2006 10:32

At least five revelers arrested on Frenchman



educació

Barcelona, 28.02.2006 10:15

Jornades per la universitat pública

Jornades "anem al gra: despullem-nos per la pública" 28 de febrer i 1 i 2 de març a la Facultat de Biologia de la UB

Tríptic +++ Cartell +++ Presentació social

Altres noticies:

"Els sistemes educatius en el capitalisme" +++ "Petició de 3000 treballadors/es de l'àmbit social a l'entorn de les escoles (UNAD)" +++ "Cicle de video fòrum: Experiències Educatives Alternatives. Organitzat per la Xarxa per una Educació Lliure" +++ "Comunicat de la CEPC davant de les últimes propostes del Ministerio sobre el Catàleg de titulacions universitàries de grau"

+info : >>>ensenyament + pmdup + CEPC + Alternativa Estel + AEP



New Coalition Putting Pressure on City to Improve Recycling

Philadelphia, 28.02.2006 10:02

19 years after Philly passed the nation's first recycling ordinance the City's recycling rate is the second lowest among major cities. Recycle NOW Philadelphia, a newly formed coalition of enviro groups, is trying to improve that. On Thursday, March 2nd, Recycle NOW is holding a Civic Recycling Summit.



public apology from portland books to prisoners and btop

Portland, 28.02.2006 10:01

We would like to apologize to Topher, and queer people in general. We in BTP all agree that we want to do our best to make sure that nothing like this will ever happen again. Although we appreciate the generosity of the organizers, we will take a more active role in planning our own benefits from now on and make sure that we can feel good about where our money comes from.

We understand that the struggle of the queer community is our struggle and we wish to stand in solidarity and do all we can to make up for this truly disheartening situation. We believe that the struggles against the oppression of queer people are our struggles, not just because many of us are queer, but because all systems of oppression are so intertwined and we cannot effectively work against one without working against them all. We would like to thank everyone for their support of books to prisoners and hope that we can maintain healthy relationships within the activist community.

We are not only dedicated to getting literature to prisoners but we are all extremely dedicated to ending oppression in all forms; We will donate $150.00 out of the money that we made on Saturday night to the Trans/Gay/Intersex Prisoner Support Project out of Oakland. We realize that donating this money does not make up for the hurt that was caused on saturday night but we hope that it makes a statement of our solidarity and of our extreme sadness for what happened at the event. Hey Books to Prisoners!



Price Check on the Patriot Act!

Portland, 28.02.2006 10:01

The concept for the event was to illustrate the price of passing the Patriot Act. It shows how we have commodified our basic rights under the guise of protecting the American people from "terrorism" in its ever-broadening definition. The winners are multinational corporations like Halliburton.

Underhandedly, America has traded the Bill of Rights for promises of security in the aftermath of a successful fearmongering campaign. Free speech has been suppressed when the speech, spoken or written, affects the profits of a corporation. We have openly advocated to suspend the rights of people suspected of "terrorism," in its ever-broadening definition. We have suspended rights of habeus corpus and right to an attorney. We have detained people who are suspected of "terrorism" and most deplorably, we have tortured these people, and defended our "right" to do it. [ EcoTV Presents: Portland Can't Wait's "Price Check on the Patriot Act" demo | http://www.portlandcantwait.org ]



Free Skool Santa Cruz Begins Spring Quarter

Santa Cruz, CA, 28.02.2006 10:00

This quarter, Spring 2006, is Free Skool Santa Cruz's one year anniversary and the most ambitious yet. 50 different classes taught by 46 different teachers, with class sessions almost every day of the next three months.

Free Skool spring quarter runs March 1st to May 31st and offers a variety of classes in homes, community centers, and open spaces all over Santa Cruz. In spring quarter, classes include Ancient Beekeeping, Wild Foods, Religion for Radicals, Freakbikes, Nonviolent Communication, History of the Future, and Survival Gourmet. Along with classes on art, local history, music, wilderness skills, DIY medicine, movement, self-defense, cooking, and yoga.

Free Skool is a completely grassroots effort, a collection of folks acting collectively and autonomously to create a skill-sharing network, a school without institutional control. It is an opportunity to learn from others and share what you know, to help create self-reliance, vital communities, and beauty in the world. Read more



Musikherria; la revoluci�n de los m�sicos

Euskal Herria, 28.02.2006 09:59



Musikherria; la revoluci�n de los m�sicos

Euskal Herria, 28.02.2006 09:59



Traición

Colombia, 28.02.2006 04:41

TLC: Uribe regaló a Colombia



Sur

Colombia, 28.02.2006 04:41

Sanguinario desplome de la "Seguridad Democrática"



Mountain Justice Film Festival

Tennessee, 28.02.2006 02:59

Knoxville, TN: During the weekend of March 4th-6th United Mountain Defense will be hosting the Mountain Justice Film Festival in Knoxville at The University of Tennessee, room 206 in the Claxton Addition. Claxton is just East of the library next to the College of Nursing, 1126 Volunteer Ave. The festival will include screenings of The Appalachians ( 3 part series ),The Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man, Buffalo Creek Revisited, To Save the Land and People, Sludge, and Kilowatt Ours which will include a special appearance by producer/director Jeff Barrie. All screenings begin at 6pm and are free to the public.



Balata Camp Solidarity Demo. - Newton

Boston, 28.02.2006 02:09

A few of the usual suspects turned out for a small but colorful Palestine vigil at Newton city hall Wednesday night. We gathered in solidarity with the residents of the Balata refuge camp outside of Nablus which has been under siege by attacking Israeli forces for almost a week. Many children and camp residents have been shot, some killed, homes have been demolished and all deprived of food, medical care, and basic freedoms as the occupiers conducts ruthless military aggression against the camps 21,000 inhabitants. http://www.balatacamp.net/website/balata.htm



MARCH 18 MASS ANTI-WAR PROTEST IN LA

LA, 28.02.2006 02:09

MARCH 18 MASS ANTI-WAR PROTEST IN LA



Garden in SE PDX being destroyed right now

Portland, 28.02.2006 02:08

Many residents of SE PDX are familar with the garden that has grown at the corner of SE 21st & Brooklyn for at least the last nine years. The garden has passed through various stages of maintenance and neglect but has always provided a welcome green open spot at that intersection. But the days of those cycles are over; as of this writing, the garden is being heartlessly ripped up and compacted by heavy machinery.



Portland, 28.02.2006 02:08

A hearing at the federal courthouse in Tucson this morning ended without a clear resolution on Rod Coronado's detention. Magistrate judge Charles Pyle has taken the matter under advisement after the prosecution and the defense argued back and forth on whether Coronado should remain in custody and be extradited to San Diego, where he is charged in a grand jury indictment with "distribution of information relating to destructive devices." It is unknown how long it will take for Judge Pyle to decide.

At 10:30 am Monday morning well-known environmental activist and Tucson community member Rod Coronado appeared in Tucson federal court once again, this time for a "Detention and Removal" hearing. Coronado has been held at the Florence detention facility since last Wednesday, when he was arrested suddenly by federal agents. This hearing was to decide whether he would be released on bail, to later "self-surrender" at the federal district court in San Diego - where a grand jury has charged him in connection with a lecture he gave there - or if he would remain in custody and be extradited to California pending trial.



Peaceful Protest Inside Terminal of Shannon Airport

Ireland, 28.02.2006 02:04

Saturday Feb 25th, 2006 Colm and I decided to go i ...



Sidi-Areal besetzt

Switzerland, 28.02.2006 01:47

Am Morgen des 25.2.2006 wurde das gesammte Sidi-Areal von vielen Personen neu besetzt. Bisher waren nur einige Gebäude des Sidi-Areals besetzt. Die Fabrikhallen auf dem Gelände sollen voraussichtlich im Sommer 2006 abgebrochen werden und Eigentumswohnungen im höheren Preissegment sowie ein Parkhaus sollen entstehen. Im November 2004 wurde bereits ein grosses Gebäude des Areals besetzt und konnte nach Verhandlungen weiter bestehen. In Winterthur sind diverse besetzte Häuser vorhanden, einer der spektaktulärsten Besetzungen war diejenige des Sulzer Hochhauses. Mehr Informationen dazu und allgemein zu Winterthur in einem älteren Feature.

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PhillyIMC General Meeting - Weds 7pm

Philadelphia, 27.02.2006 22:57

The next PhillyIMC General Meeting will be held at 7pm on Weds at LAVA - 4134 Lancaster Ave. The primary focus of this meeting will be to discus the upcoming changes to the website seen here:  http://www.spondubone.net/en/ This meeting is open to the public. RSVP at info (at) phillyimc.og



Flashmobs and Smartmobs Are The Mobs Left Out Of The Dublin Riot Story

Ireland, 27.02.2006 22:56

Analysing the way the story of the Dublin Riot is ...



LOCAL ACTIVIST REMAINS JAILED

Arizona, 27.02.2006 22:31

Rod Coronado's Detention and Removal Hearing



LOCAL TO GLOBAL REPORT

Arizona, 27.02.2006 22:31

2006 Conference Brought Together Wide Range of Arizona Activists



The Fight For Freedom, a Feb. 28th Event at Foothill College

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.02.2006 20:05

SERV, or Students Ending Rights Violations, will host an evening of food, music, and discussion to draw attention to the plight of political prisoners in the US empire. The event will take place on February 28th, at 6:00pm at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills. The event will celebrate the release of Father Gerard Jean Juste from illegal incarceration in Haiti, and is a fundraiser for the legal defense of political prisoners in Haiti through the Haiti Emergency Relief Fund.
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What a Web We Weave

Oklahoma, 27.02.2006 19:51

To be infected with homophobia and not seek a cure is to be irresponsible op-ed The Metropolitan Library Commission of Oklahoma County, satiated with its close association to divinity, has voted to remove age-appropriate gay-friendly children's books to a "free speech zone" disguised as a "parenting shelf". ----- Responsible people should be working to end this social wrong of homophobia, not just managing by sorting it to another shelf, out of sight. The Metropolitan Library Commission of Oklahoma County, satiated with its close association to divinity, has voted to remove age-appropriate gay-friendly children's books to a "free speech zone" disguised as a "parenting shelf". ----- Responsible people should be working to end this social wrong of homophobia, not just managing by sorting it to another shelf, out of sight. What a Web We Weave When We Endeavor to Deceive (Oklahoma City, OK) The Metropolitan Library Commission of Oklahoma County, satiated with its close association to divinity, has voted to remove age-appropriate gay-friendly children's books to a "free speech zone" disguised as a "parenting shelf". Remarks made at the Commission table indicated that some of the Commissioners think their "final solution" is a compromise between (1) those wanting the open shelving policy to remain in place and (2) Representative Sally Kern, who's initial and still current goal, is to remove all gay themed, age-appropriate, diversity-friendly children's books--no ifs, ands, or buts. If your definition of "compromise" means "balance" I do not understand how a segment of our Oklahoma County taxpayers who wanted to maintain a neutral, status quo policy in the library can be thought of as extreme to the same extent as a Sally Kern. This assertion by two Commissioners in particular can only be made because in acquiescing to Kern's demand the center-line of policy, the Greenwich meridian, has been forced to the right. These voices on the Commission know they've done the wrong thing--sinking to the level of homophobia and financial blackmail. Mrs. Kern is co-chair of a House committee controlling public library funding. But by describing their appeasement of Mrs. Kern as a compromise, the Commission is trying to put themselves in a better light and remove the focus from those Commissioners who harbor religiously-inspired homophobia. I can't help but think of the joke concerning a little boy, who wanting a pony for his birthday, spies a dung pile and knows there's something close by for him. Gay people are a minority in numbers, not a minority in age concerning mental maturity or acuity. Does the Commission think its dealing with humans that are just too big for car seats, unable to perceive deception? Our pride as professional human beings is insulted. We've been living too long and devoted too much time practicing to be termed amateurs or rubes. We can be proud that our collective communications with the library Commission, either letters, phone calls, e-mails, and appearances at public meetings, have exposed institutional homophobia to the litmus test of newsprint and the bright light of cameras. Even the Oklahoman editorialized against Kern. To be infected with homophobia and not seek a cure is to be irresponsible in that one is spreading contagion to others, debilitating common society, inhibiting the personal growth of others, diminishing imagination. Sounds like fundamentalist religion. Where's a Louis Pasteur when we need him? Responsible people should be working to end this social wrong of homophobia, not just managing by sorting it to another shelf, out of sight. James Nimmo Oklahoma City  



64/40 Exodus Billboard Modified!

Saint Louis, 27.02.2006 17:38

Billboard modified in response to anti-GLBT conference...



From the Newswire

Perth, 27.02.2006 15:39

Refugees don't sink damned boats, Mr Howard!



Port Deal Petition: The Real Scandal with the Port Sell-Off Deal

Miami, 27.02.2006 15:37

Port Deal Petition: The Real Scandal with the Port Sell-Off Deal



Students Confront Recruiters with Community and Music

Boston, 27.02.2006 15:08

On Saturday, February 25, residents of the greater Boston area came together outside of the Tremont Street Military Recruitment Center to resist the recruitment of their friends, families, classmates and peers. Almost all attendees were local high school or college students, who are particularly concerned that the military is allowed on school campuses. The demonstration was called by members of the Radical Youth Alliance, an organization of dedicated youth throughout the area who work together on a variety of issues but focus on resisting the war.



Acadia WUSC Raising Awareness on Refugee Issues

Maritimes, 27.02.2006 14:38

Acadia WUSC Raising Awareness on Refugee Issues



Small-town Washington turns against the war and the regime

Portland, 27.02.2006 14:08

While on a quick trip, I happened to pass through Camas, Washington, for the first time ever. I was happily surprised at the sight of a half dozen protesters on a busy corner there. They were bearing signs calling to impeach Bush, and Stop the War NOW!



Giornate Anarchiche

Italy, 27.02.2006 12:08

L’Aquila 18 e 19 marzo 2006: Giornate Internazionali Anarchiche



Memory Against Forgetting– An Open Letter on the &quot;Green Scare&quot;

Portland, 27.02.2006 06:09

Two weeks ago I found my name on a government list regarding the current "Green Scare," also known as the FBI's "Operation Backfire" against the grassroots ecology and animal movements... I've come to view this ridiculous list as symbolic of the whole Green Scare campaign... The U.S. government excels at dropping down on people's lives like a ton of bricks, and of course that's what it has done with this witch hunt... The question is how can these individuals-sitting alone after arrest for 23.5 hours a day in cold cells and facing decades of jail time or even multiple life sentences-have the strength to resist? ... I want to be clear that I'm not speaking about anyone in particular. When I write "these people," I'm referring to those already indicted, subpoenaed or harassed, as well as those to come.

I am proud to know many of these folks and call them my friends. I am proud of who they were then, and who they are now. They are neither martyrs nor victims. Yes, they are truly gentle and kind people as has often been remarked, but they are also fierce fighters who let their passion for justice guide them... This persecution comes as a result of the effectiveness of the grassroots ecology and animal movements, and also because the state needs to have an "Enemy Within" to justify its growing fascism.

The feds have stuck a knife into our movements, and we're bleeding. We urgently need to stem the flow and get back on our feet... Let's remember who we were and what we accomplished before this ton of bricks dropped. Everyone has a role to play, so let's get it on.
< br> Operation Backfire Green Scare Watch List



South Central Farmers to Present Documentary on Their Struggle

LA, 27.02.2006 05:11

South Central Farmers to Present Documentary on Their Struggle



A state of panic?

United Kingdom, 27.02.2006 01:40

THE tidal wave of draconian suppressive legislation being rushed in by the Government is a sign that they are losing control.

That was the positive message to emerge from a meeting on civil rights held in Brighton on the evening of Thursday February 23.

One local campaigner told the 50-strong gathering at the Friends Meeting House in Ship Street: "It is a real sign of weakness by the Government. They know they haven't got any answers. "They are desperately trying to shut people up. It's all trying to get people off the streets."



EM DEFESA DA MEMÓRIA, SOMOS TODOS ARGUIDOS!

Portugal, 26.02.2006 23:41

EM DEFESA DA MEMÓRIA, SOMOS TODOS ARGUIDOS!



Police Brutality on Stark Street Downtown

Portland, 26.02.2006 23:40

A large man was face-down on the cement in the street, with about 5 pigs beating him with their billyclubs. He didn't seem to be resisting arrest, because he didn't really have anywhere to run. But they continued to beat him, after the fact that he had been charged with at least 50,000 volts of electricity and was most definitely paralyzed momentarily. Without any way to defend himself, the man lay beaten on the ground. After a bit, the piggies backed up to check out their damage. At this point, there were around seven cop cars enclosing the block, and more were on the way. The white pigs in uniforms stood in a circle all staring down at the man. Me and my friends were getting rather terrified at this point, we took some pictures of the scene and one of my friends instinctly yelled with horror "YOU KILLED HIM!!" ... it was at this point that there was a large pool of dark red blood spilling from the man's upper-body. Once he was turned over, we saw the man's face - completely smothered with bright cherry red blood, covering his whole face. He did not move, and this led all of us [the pigs, me and my friends, the streetkids onlooking fromn the corner] to believe that this man was shortly to be taken away to the morgue. The pigs chuckled and harassed folks passing by, saying to them, "guess you aint gonna be drinkin an' drivin, now are you?!!?" and laughing with people trying to drive down the street.



Dublin Riots: What Happened and Why

Ireland, 26.02.2006 23:40

A political analysis of the Dublin riots and why n ...




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