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Korrika 15: Heldu!!!

Euskal Herria, 22.03.2007 13:10

De nuevo, como cada dos a�os, la Korrika llega a Euskal Herria. Este a�o la carrera durar� nuevamente 10 d�as y recorrer� 2.150 kilometros por toda Euskal Herria. Noche y d�a, sin detenerse en ning�n momento. Se espera la participaci�n de m�s de 600.000 personas de toda edad y condici�n, al igual que en anteriores ediciones. El desarrollo de la Korrika d�a a d�a, fotos de anteriores ediciones, el video y la canci�n , as� como la sorprendente iniciativa de la ziberkorrika entre otras, se pueden encontrar en la web oficial de la Korrika.

Korrika 15 homenajear� a la MUJER EUSKALDUN, porque korrika 15 quiere resaltar la importancia y el papel imprescindible que ha tenido en la transmisi�n de nuestro idioma. A trav�s de diferentes �pocas, han sido las mujeres las que han hecho frente con fuerza y con valent�a a las leyes enemigas del euskara, y las que han guardado, mantenido y transmitido oralmente nuestro idioma en nuestras casas. (Adhesi�n al Manifiesto).

Korrika es una carrera a favor del euskara que recorre toda Euskal Herria, organizada por la Coordinadora de Alfabetizaci�n y Euskaldunizaci�n AEK. El objetivo de dicha carrera es la concienciaci�n e impulso del euskara y recabar fondos para llevar a cabo dicho trabajo d�a a d�a en los centro de aprendizaje de euskara de la coordinadora. Desde la primera carrera, que se celebr� en 1980 desde O�ati (Gipuzkoa) hasta Bilbao (Bizkaia), korrika se ha convertido en uno de los actos m�s importantes a favor del euskara, por el n�mero de personas que logra aglutinar. Ya se han realizado 14 ediciones de korrika en los �ltimos 26 a�os.



Hands Off Iraqi Oil

United Kingdom, 22.03.2007 12:09

Amidst the daily violence suffered by Iraqis, oil companies and the US and UK governments are planning to secure long-term control over Iraqi oil. Accounting for 10% of the world total and 95% of government revenue, the stakes for oil companies and the Iraqi people are incredibly high.

A Hydrocarbon Law which advocates a radical restructuring of Iraq's oil industry was approved by the Iraqi cabinet this February. It was crafted in secret over an 8 month period from July 2006, in consultation with 9 foreign oil companies, the US and UK governments and the IMF. Iraqi Parliamentarians saw it for the first time this February. Iraqi civil society has had no involvement in the process, despite lobbying for inclusion.

For the past four years, contractual mechanisms such as Production Sharing Agreements (PSAs) and Exploration Risk Contracts have been promoted by oil companies and occupation-installed oil ministers and advisers. Once signed, they are virtually unchangeable and will control development of Iraq's oil for decades. They will cost the Iraqi state billions in lost revenue.

This law surrenders Iraq's sovereignty and economic future to foreign interests. It has been crafted in secret, and pushed forward through war and occupation. No law should be passed, let alone contracts signed, while Iraq is subjected to a military occupation and foreign interference.



Agenda de actividades por el 24 Marzo 2007

Argentina, 22.03.2007 04:38



A SEIS MESES DE LA DESAPARICIÓN DE LÓPEZ

Argentina, 22.03.2007 04:38

Escracharon el Centro de Detención “La Intermedia”



A 31 años del golpe militar

Argentina, 22.03.2007 04:38

Convocatorias por el 24 de Marzo



Ubicado a 28 kilómetros de Rosario

Argentina, 22.03.2007 04:38

Escracharon el Centro de Detención “La Intermedia”



March 16th Show

Houston, 22.03.2007 03:40

Another Informative Edition of the Houston Indymedia Show!



especulacion (es)

Barcelona, 21.03.2007 23:10

Repetimos: Tenemos derecho a la vivienda digna

El día 24 de marzo, a las 17 horas, en diferentes ciudades, se han convocado manifestaciones para reclamar el derecho efectivo a la vivienda. Un derecho que la clase política, vendida al mercado inmobiliario, no tiene ninguna volundad en hacer realidad, al contrario: continúan haciendo la vista gorda al mobbing y propiciando la especulación, como podemos ver recientemente en los barrios del Bon Pastor y de la Barceloneta.

[24mar]17h, Pça Catalunya Mani en Barcelona

[24mar]17h. Plaça Major Mani en Palma

[20, 23 i 24 mar] Sants en movimento Diversas mobilizaciones

CSO l'Òpera L'Hospi [29 mar 9h y 31 mar 18h] Juicio y Manifestación

Noticias relacionadas: [Sants] Los mossos han entrado en Can Punxes ::: Comunicado mani CSO Tòxics ::: Cosas a llevar a la mani del 24 ::: Acampada en la UAB por la vivienda ::: Cacerolada por la vivienda en Nou Barris ::: V de Vivienda con B de Barcelona ::: Las casas baratas del Bon Pastor ::: El plan de la Barceloneta ::: El caso Veiret y la manipulación de los medios ::: Nueva okupación en el Maresme ::: Can Ricart ::: Ultimos desalojos ::: Espacio liberado en Vilanova i la Geltrú ::: El Forat se ha mudado ::: Matonismo inmobiliario ::: Los trabajadores de TMB con Can Vies ::: El ayuntamiento de Barcelona sortea pisos en secreto:::Juicio al CSO L'Òpera::: Acciones en solidaridad con el CSO L'Òpera::: Los Verdes-EE manifiesta su apoyo al CSO Òpera:::

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especulacio (ca)

Barcelona, 21.03.2007 22:10

Repetim: Tenim dret a l'habitatge digne

El dia 24 de març, a les 17 hores, a diferents ciutats, s'han convocat manifestacions per reclamar el dret efectiu a l'habitatge. Un dret que la classe política, venuda al mercat immobiliari, no té cap voluntat en fer realitat, ben al contrari: continuen fent la vista grossa al mobbing i propiciant l'especulació, com podem veure darrerament en els barris del Bon Pastor i de la Barceloneta.

[24mar]17h, Pça Catalunya Mani a Barcelona

[24mar]17h. Plaça Major Mani a Palma

[20, 23 i 24 mar] Sants en moviment Diverses mobilitzacions

CSO l'Òpera L'Hospi [29 mar 9h i 31 mar 18h] Judici i Manifestació

Notícies relacionades: [Sants] Els mossos han entrat a Can Punxes ::: Comunicat mani CSO Tòxics ::: Coses a portar a la mani del 24 ::: Acampada a la UAB per l'habitatge ::: Cassolada per l'habitatge a Nou Barris ::: V de Vivenda amb B de Barcelona ::: Les cases barates del Bon Pastor ::: El pla de la Barceloneta ::: El cas Veiret i la manipulació als mitjans ::: Nova okupació al Maresme ::: Can Ricart ::: Darrers desallotjaments ::: Espai alliberat a Vilanova i la Geltrú ::: El Forat s'ha traslladat ::: Matonisme immobiliari ::: Els treballadors de TMB amb Can Vies ::: L'ajuntament de Barcelona sorteja pisos en secret:::Judici al CSO L'Òpera::: Accions en Solidaritat amb el CSO L'Òpera::: Els Verds-EE manifesta el seu suport al CSO Òpera:::

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Fouth Aniversary FreewayBlog

Houston, 21.03.2007 20:40

Freeway Bloggers mark the 4th anniversary of the Iraq Invasion



New Squatted Centre In Camberwell

United Kingdom, 21.03.2007 16:09

"We fix, we build!! Occupied against speculation, against gentrification"

A group of local south londoners have opened up a building in Camberwell, and are fixing it up to run it as a social space. It aims to be a centre open to the local community, and right now lots of work is going on fixing and repairing the space so to open it with regular events, including a caffe every Friday and film nights every Wednesday.

The Camberwell Squatted Centre is at:
192 Warham St, off Camberwell New Rd
Camberwell SE5
Buses: 36, 436 - Tube: Oval Map

Related Links: IMC-UK 'Free Spaces' Topic Page | UK Social Centres Network | Wikipedia on Social Centres | Advisory Service For Squatters | Wombles' Social Centres Pages



Pro-Disarmament Activists Occupy Alistair Darling MP’s Office With Giant Inflatable Trident

Scotland, 21.03.2007 15:10

Anti-Trident activists inflate life-size trident missile in Alistair Darling MP's constituency office in protest at Trident replacement vote.



Climate action gathering a huge success

Scotland, 21.03.2007 15:10

Last weekend up to 100 people attended a Gathering in Edinburgh to discuss action against Climate Change.



M20: 400 Anti-War Marchers Swarm Downtown New Brunswick, NJ

NYC, 21.03.2007 15:09

400 anti-war students, activists, local residents and veterans against the war commemorated the fourth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq by walking out of class and work, swarming the streets, taking a highway and blocking a Marine recruitment station. There were no arrests.



Queers and Leprechauns Need Not Apply

NYC, 21.03.2007 15:09

Coverage of protest groups at St. Patrick's Day Parade.



Illegal Tree Felling By Developers at Garden Festival Site

United Kingdom, 21.03.2007 14:09

Langtree Mclean, the developers who want to build on the old garden festival site, have cut down more than 1000 trees already - they don't have planning permission yet and they don't own the site yet! If they get their way, the site will be almost completely clear-felled.

They are destroying semi-mature trees, including oaks, from the original plantings for the Garden Festival in the early 1980s. The tree-felling is also devastating for the birdlife established on the site, as birds commence their breeding activities at this time of year.

Indymedia articles:

15/3/2007 - Large-Scale Tree Felling at the Old Garden Festival Site
12/10/2005 - Developers present their plans for festival site



Antwerps initiatief verbreedt tot campagne in heel Vlaanderen

Oost-Vlaanderen, 21.03.2007 14:07

Antwerps initiatief verbreedt tot campagne in heel Vlaanderen



Internationale anti-oorlogsdag

Oost-Vlaanderen, 21.03.2007 14:07

Internationale anti-oorlogsdag



Globalization &amp; Climate Justice, Art &amp; Direct Action: The Beehive / Rising Tide tour...

Portland, 21.03.2007 13:39

Rising Tide is an international grassroots network of groups and individuals who take direct action to confront the roots causes of climate change and promote local, community-based solutions to the climate crisis. In a multi-media presentation celebrating fossil fuel resistance from around the globe, we will highlight the diversity of creative tactics that are taking a bottom-up approach to connecting the dots between OIL, WAR CORPORATE POWER, COAL and the De-STABILIZATION of the GLOBAL CLIMATE. ... with voices from the front lines of the struggle for ecological justice in the Pacific Northwest!


  • Thursday 3/22
  • Reed College @ 8pm
  • Kaul Auditorium, 3203 SE Woodstock Boulevard

    Sunday 3/25
  • The Watershed Collective @ 4pm
  • 5040 SE Milwaukie Ave

The Beehive is a wildly motivated all-volunteer, art-activist collective that has gained international attention and participation for its collaboratively produced graphics campaigns. With three giant illustrated portable murals, a six foot tall fabric storybook, and an engaging narrative, the Bees take audiences on an interactive VISUAL tour of the connections between COLONIZATION, MILITARIZATION, and RESOURCE EXTRACTION in the Americas.

Complete West Coast Tour Dates
(Today) Wed March 21 noon-1:30pm @ Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland



Taxi Drivers of Philadelphia Vote for Leadership and Strike at the Airport

Philadelphia, 21.03.2007 12:08



Рекомендации активистам

Belarus, 21.03.2007 09:07



Judge Dismisses Two Charges Against Ed Rosenthal

San Francisco Bay Area, 21.03.2007 08:11

On Wednesday, March 14th, it was announced that two charges against Ed Rosenthal were dismissed. Federal District Court Judge Charles Breyer ruled that Rosenthal, who is an author and medical marijuana activist, was vindictively prosecuted, and dismissed charges of tax evasion and money laundering. The remaining marijuana charges against Rosenthal are virtually identical to those pursued against him in his 2003 trial. Rosenthal's trial has been continued, and a status conference will be held on April 13th at 11:00am.



March 7th: Discussion on the Diaspora of the Filipina “Super Nannies”

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

As part of a series of discussions on “Philippines 102: Political, Economic and Social Issues Amidst Understanding People’s History,” the subject this Tuesday, Mar 7, 7 PM at the ANSWER Office at 1423- 10th Ave. (close to E. Pike and beside Badjuju lounge) in Capitol Hill, will focus on immigration and the “feminization” of the labor export of the Philippines. The topic coincides with celebrating the International Women’s Day.



War Resister Kyle Snyder Arrested in Canada, then Released

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

On Friday, February 23, U.S. war resister Kyle Snyder was arrested in British Columbia for unspecified immigration violations. Police in Nelson, BC barged into Snyder’s home, handcuffed him, and hauled him off to jail. The police had no warrant. Snyder, who was wearing only a robe and boxer shorts at the time, was not allowed to put on clothes or shoes. He was not read his rights or allowed to call his lawyer. Nelson police told him he would be deported to the U.S., where he is wanted for unauthorized absence from the U.S. Army.

The U.S. Army requested the illegal apprehension.



March 10: Embattled attorney Lynne Stewart speaks in Seattle

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Lynne Stewart, on West Coast tour, will speak on “My fight for justice in Patriot Act America” at an International Women's Day event on Saturday, March 10. The NYC defense attorney will speak on her appeal of a conviction of “abetting terrorism.” The event begins at 7pm, at Pigott Auditorium, Seattle University. Free and open to the public. Co-sponsors: Radical Women; Seattle University Departments and Programs of Anthropology, Sociology & Social Work, Criminal Justice, Political Science, Pre-Law, and Women’s Studies; Arab American Community Coalition, Black Panther Party Reunion Committee, and the National Lawyers Guild-Seattle and SU Law School Chapters.

Information: (206)722-6057, 722-2453,  RWseattle@mindspring.com.



Report on the Impeachment Rally and Hearing in Olympia

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Over 300 people lined the stairs to Washington’s Capitol in Olympia today and then filled three rooms for the hearing on SMJ 8016. Another memorial calling on Congress to reject the troop surge (SMJ 8003) was also heard. It was an excellent pairing, since the war in Iraq was premised on the deceptions perpetrated by Bush/Cheney. Those deliberate deceptions are one of the major impeachable offenses.



Oly PMR continues campaign to close Port to Iraq shipments

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Olympia's Port Militarization Resistance lobbies local officials and plans civil disobedience training as part of its campaign to close the Port of Olympia to military shipments bound for Iraq



Upcoming Events to oppose Tacoma Port Militarization

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Last year the military exported war and occupation through the Port of Olympia in broad daylight. The Olympia community responded with strong resistance. Fort Lewis was scared enough to avoid Olympia this year and has decided to export war through Tacoma instead, under the cover of darkness. Army Stryker vehicles began moving to the Port of Tacoma late Friday night, early Saturday morning and are not yet finished.

Tacoma Port Militarization Resistance (PMR) is working with Olympia PMR to protest and stop the shipment of more military vehicles (and consequently, more troops) to Iraq.



URGENT: Port of Tacoma Action Sun 3/4 @ 9pm

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Saturday night, 30-40 regional activists observed multiple convoys from Ft Lewis coming through the Port of Tacoma to be shipped to Iraq. Riot cops had a big presence, probably 30 or so. Activists had a presence there to show that we do not want the military using our port. We need more people!

Another action is planned Sunday night @ 9pm for the next expected set of convoys. The more people that come, the more of an effect we can have. If we have enough people, we can possibly take direct action and stop or slow down the militarization of our port.

We need people! Let's stop the military from using our port!



3 Arrested at Port of Tacoma (video)

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Wally Cuddeford, Caitlin Esworthy and Jeff Berryhill were arrested Sunday night / early hours of Monday morning by Tacoma Police while nonviolently protesting the movement of Stryker Combat Vehicles through the Port of Tacoma. They are currently (4:16 AM Monday) being held in Pierce County Jail (S 9th and Tacoma Ave (910 Tacoma Ave)) with one charge each of Assault 3, a felony. Their bail is set at $10,000 apiece. Caitlin's arraignment hearing is on Tuesday morning.

A link to some video of last nights action at the Port of Tacoma:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PdJDRzQEU0



Wally Cudderford Arrested At Tacoma City Council Meeting

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Today, a group of us went down to the Tacoma City Council meeting to talk during the public speaking section. After a couple of us had spoken our mind about the brutality of the police at the Port, Wally Cudderford (who was arrested and tazed 3 times on Saturday) got up to read something he had written.

When he began shedding light on the fact that the TPD allowed their chief to use their resources to stalk his wife and connected that with how he did NOT expect the police to EVER be accountable for their actions, the council tried to silence him. When he continued to speak, a council member told the police to remove him from the building.



Felony assault charges dropped against Tacoma Port Demonstrators

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

In a victory for the Tacoma resistance to the US troop surge in Iraq, a Pierce County Superior Court judge dismissed felony assault charges today against all three activists who were arrested at the Port of Tacoma after midnight on Sunday morning.



Pro-War Trolls Attempt to Sabotage Port Protests

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

One or more persons are attempting to discourage port activities by posting mis-information on various local activist sites. This is not a cause for alarm, but please be skeptical of questionable information.

Port actions will continue every night this week through Friday.



March 16th: Screening of Black Gold

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Screening Of Black Gold plus a guest speaker from the Starbuck's Workers Union

Friday March 16th @ 6pm
Cascade People's Center
309 Pontius Avenue North
Seattle, Washington



As Resistance to Stryker Shipment Grows, Police Turn Violent

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Following an afternoon rally at the Federal Courthouse in Tacoma on Friday, members of Port Militarization Resistance staged a peaceful demonstration at the Port of Tacoma, where they were met by Tacoma Police. Later, police turned violent and launched tear gas and rubber bullets at activists as they sat chanting peace slogans.



Hundreds Protest At Port of Tacoma Despite Police Intimidation

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Unintimidated by hundreds of police in riot gear, peaceful antiwar demonstrators turned out in large numbers at the Port of Tacoma Monday night, where a port militarization resistance movement that began Mar. 3 entered its eleventh day. At least 200 demonstrators peaceably assembled near the scene of Friday night's police violence, then marched up Thorne Road chanting slogans and carrying signs.



March 16th: Rachel Corrie Remembrance Events on the Fourth Anniversary of Her Death (Olympia)

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Rachel was a 23 year-old college student at The Evergreen State College who traveled to the Occupied Territories in the winter of 2003. Rachel went to Rafah, in the Gaza Strip, to do human rights monitoring and to begin a project she hoped would culminate in a Sister City relationship between Olympia and Rafah. On March 16, 2003, she was run over and killed by an Israeli military bulldozer while defending the home of a Palestinian pharmacist, his wife, and three young children against illegal demolition.

She will be remembered during a variety of events on the fourth anniversary of her death.



March 18: Anti-war Demonstration Information and Program

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Updates and logistics information about the March 18 anti-war march and rally in Seattle.

Assembly time: 12 noon at Westlake Park, 4th and Pine
March starts: 1:30 pm
Route: From Westlake Park, west on Pine to 2nd, south on 2nd to Yesler, East on Yesler to Dilling Way, Dilling Way to 4th, North on 4th returning to Westlake. We will reconvene at Westlake for concluding remarks and announcements about upcoming activities against the war.



March 17th: Meet Camp Quixote (Olympia)

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

On February 1st a small but unified group set up what would eventually become Camp Quixote on a vacant city lot in downtown Olympia. What began as a few tents and a handful of supporters has turned into a democratic communtiy of those without homes, and a cause that has roused the interest of many who live in the Olympia area and beyond.

On March 17th from 1-4pm at St. John’s Episcopal Church members of Camp Quixote, the faith based community, and local non-profits invite anyone and everyone to Meet Camp Quixote. This event will present the opportunity for those in the community to have direct discussion with those currently living at the camp.



Malik Rahim Speaks to Northwesterners of Unity, Preparedness, Faith

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

Tour plants seeds for regional "satellite" Common Ground organization.



Video of Seattle March

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

video of seattle march against the iraq war



March 25th: Seattle IMC Meeting

Seattle, 21.03.2007 05:39

SUNDAY MARCH 25th
1 pm -- Editorial Meeting

The Gayton Family Meeting Room
Douglass-Truth Branch
Seattle Public Library
2300 E. Yesler Way
Seattle, WA 98122

Have you wanted to write for the Seattle IMC? Or, would you like to work behind the scenes on the technical aspects of new media?
Help us improve our reporting -- and the way we deliver it



Tirua

santiago, 21.03.2007 05:11

Urgente: Detienen a José Huechunao



Velatón en Embaja de EEUU

santiago, 21.03.2007 05:11

A 4 Años de la Agresion Imperialista



TLC Does Not Mean Tender Loving Care: At Least Not for Everyone

Portland, 21.03.2007 04:39

March 1, 2007, marked the first anniversary of the implementation of a free trade agreement between El Salvador and the United States of America. DR-CAFTA has been something many Salvadoraños have opposed from the very beginning of negotiations. After one year of experiencing the effects first-hand of Tratado de Libre Comercio, also commonly known as simply TLC, it is unsurprising the streets of San Salvador were not quiet.

The innards of DR-CAFTA were hashed out behind closed doors by the elite power holders, in this specific case, the ARENA government and the Bush Administration. The TLC agreement passed all legislation necessary despite an immense amount of resistance against neo-liberal models of trade throughout the Americas. Before the creation of this free trade zone in 2005, foreign investment in El Salvador was at $300 million - in 2006 it declined to $222 million. Also in 2006, the inflation rate of El Salvador grew from 4.3% to 4.9%, the second quickest growth of inflation in the last 10 years for the country. As for the employment sector, a manuscript released by the United Nations' Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean claimed that in El Salvador, "in spite of economic growth, the unemployment rate has increased."

http://www.cispes.org/cafta/CAFTA_Monitoring_sept12.pdf

Related:The Salvador Project



Ashland Citizens Address Proposed Logging on Mount Ashland

Portland, 21.03.2007 04:39

(March 3, 2007, Ashland, Oregon) Concerned citizens, spiritual representatives from many Ashland churches, temples, and local tribes, met in Ashland's Lithia Park to honor and highlight the pristine Ashland Watershed. Concerns were highlighted about the Mount Ashland Association's proposal to log seventy acres of old-growth forests (for new ski runs), thus possibly impacting the Ashland Watershed.

A group of approximately fifty community members met in Lithia Park beside a gurgling stream, emphasizing the beauty and "lifeforce" of Ashland Creek and other areastreams, rivers, and its local watershed. The event was hosted by Grandmothers & Friends in Green, chaired by Angie Thusius, who opened the event by stating, "There are old-growth forests among this watershed. Their roots help to anchor the soil on the mountains. Our bodies are 70% water, and the planet is approximately 70% water, so we are gathering here today at Ashland Creek to honor the water in this area." Ms. Thusius formed her group last June after reading in the local Ashland newspaper that The Mount Ashland Association was "planning on logging seventy acres of old-growth forests for ski slopes." Noting that "worldwide watersheds are diminishing, and that we can all think about the future, preserve the Middle Branch (of Ashland Creek's East Fork) and keep it undisturbed." Pointing to the facts about Ashland's Mission Statement, she also added, "Our City (of Ashland), in terms of watershed issues, has the power to maintain and preserve our watershed from developments." Logging was to begin in early April, but now is postponed until June.

 http://www.agnesbakerpilgrim.org



Sodexho Contract Terminated by PSU Administration

Portland, 21.03.2007 04:39

PSU administration has decided to terminate the food services contract with multinational corporation Sodexho. On Wednesday of this week, [2/28/07] PSU administration informed multi-national corporation, private prison supporter and current PSU food service contract holder Sodexho of their decision to terminate their contract with the company effective June 31st.

Now is the time for students, activists and everyone who has a stake in this decision to weigh in and ensure that administration and whoever takes Sodexho's place observes the values of the PSU community. This is not a rumor. An official PSU administration announcement will be coming at any time. This is our opportunity to influence the food service change that we want to see!



Tripod And Lockdown In Pitt Includes At Least One Catholic Worker

Portland, 21.03.2007 04:39

On Friday, March 2, Pittsburgh Organizing Group (POG) and supporters set out to shut down the National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC), a largely Pentagon-funded venture of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) that has become a world leader in warfare robotics. The action succeeded beyond the organizers' expectations.

Blastfurnace Radio and TV: | video shot by Neil Bhaerman:



Peace Demonstration in Olympia--March 24th

Portland, 21.03.2007 04:39

People will gather in Sylvester Park on Saturday, March 24th starting at 11 for a drumming for peace event, and then a rally beginning at noon. Here is video flyer for the event, that captures the recent OLY peace activism. Friends don't let friends sit at home (when there is a peace march going on !)



Gresham First: Wal-Mart decision &amp; volunteer meeting THIS WEEK!

Portland, 21.03.2007 04:39

After over two years of debate, the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals is expected to rule Thursday, March 22 on the Wal-Mart Supercenter proposed for southwest Gresham. Opponents will meet Thursday night at 7pm to discuss the decision and next steps.

 http://www.greshamfirst.org




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