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Colombia, 08.05.2008 22:38

¡El presidente Alvaro Uribe Vélez tiene que renunciar!



Jewish 'Schlockettes' Denounce Zionism At Radio City Israel Gala

NYC, 08.05.2008 21:38

A small group of anti-Zionist Jews calling themselves "Schlockettes" and their giant Handala puppet provoked stares, anger and intense conversations at Israel's 60th Anniversary Celebration at Radio City Music Hall last night with a high-kicking musical protest. The group of fifteen sang, danced and performed a cheerleading routine in front and at times in the midst of crowds of attendees waiting in line to enter the event while across the street a separate Palestinian solidarity rally was held. The event was the beginning of two weeks of events through out New York City that Jewish activists have pledged to disrupt under the banner of "It's No Time To Celebrate."



HIMC Radio Show

Houston, 08.05.2008 21:10

Houston Indymedia Radio - Every Friday at 7:30pm



HIMC Radio Show

Houston, 08.05.2008 21:09

Houston Indymedia Radio - Every Friday at 7:30pm



MARCHA DE MURGAS EN LA VILLA 31

Argentina, 08.05.2008 21:09

11 de mayo – 1974 – 2000 – 2008



El Salvador Solidarity Activists and Community Organizations Dispute Department of Justice Order

Boston, 08.05.2008 21:09

BOSTON, MA: Last January the U.S.-based El Salvador solidarity group—the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)—received a letter from the U.S. Department of Justice, citing the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) of 1938 and questioning the organization’s relationship with the leftist Salvadoran political party known as the Farabundo Marti Front for National Liberation, or FMLN. This is not the first time that the FARA has been invoked against CISPES. In 1981 CISPES received a similar letter as a prelude to the largest FBI Internal Security investigation of the Reagan era. After nearly a decade of FBI probes, the case against CISPES was closed without any indictments.



Clean Up Dynegy

Houston, 08.05.2008 20:39

Clean Up Dynegy moves to Shut Down New Coal Plants



reclamaron aumento de salarios y reconocimiento del cuerpo de delegados

Argentina, 08.05.2008 20:38

Trabajadores/as de Terrabusi-Kraft cortaron Panamericana



leggi speciali, taser, biometria... e poi?

Switzerland, 08.05.2008 19:40

"Chi e' pronto a cedere le proprie liberta' fondamentali per comprarsi briciole di temporanea sicurezza non merita ne' la liberta' ne' la sicurezza."
Benjamin Franklin

Le tecnologie del controllo invadono sempre di piu' la nostra esistenza. Con la scusa che il mondo e' sempre piu' instabile a causa di conflitti e migrazioni di massa, si sacrificano le liberta' individuali e collettive in nome della sicurezza.
Parlare di sicurezza oggi vuol dire parlare di paure. La paura è un'emozione molto particolare e facilmente manipolabile, soprattutto grazie all'ansia di sicurezza derivata dal martellamento mediatico.
Capita così che la Confederazione si munisca di sempre maggiori strumenti repressivi incontrando solo sparute voci critiche o di dissenso.

Dopo l'approvazione delle misure contro il tifo violento previste dalla Legge federale sulla salvaguardia della sicurezza interna (LMSI) e la probabile estensione di queste norme a contesti extrasportivi è notizia recente che il parlamento ha approvato la legge sull'impiego di misure di coercizione per le espulsioni, autorizzando così la polizia a ricorrere all'uso dei Taser contro i migranti.
La sezione Svizzera di Amnesty International ha denominato questa legge deplorevole e scandalosa e l'ONU ha definito l'utilizzo dei Taser una forma di tortura. I Taser sono infatti vere e proprie armi, in grado di uccidere.

Ultima in ordine di tempo è la notizia dell'inizio di test biometrici in stadi e stazioni ferroviarie nonostante le perplessità del garante della privacy, secondo il quale ad oggi non sussisterebbero le basi legali per questo tipo di esperimenti.
Il nostro corpo, dopo carne da macello, inteso quindi come una password con il sacrificio di privacy e liberta' sull'altare di una psicosi della sicurezza che fa comodo solo a pochi, e per motivi poco nobili.

::Approfondimenti::
- Taser: Video sugli effetti del taser - elettrizzati dal Taser - Taser: rotta verso l'Europa
- Dossier sulla videosorveglianza
- Dossier sugli abusi della polizia in Ticino
- Dossier schedture DNA
- Biometria: Software per il riconoscimento facciale
- Biometria negli stadi
- Onyx: antenne indiscrete controllano telefonate ed e-mail



BFRA240305

South Africa, 08.05.2008 19:11

Power lines, and the struggle for democracy in Bayview



¡No al cospelazo!

Argentina, 08.05.2008 18:08

Aumento del colspel / segundo intento



Indymedia Journalists Targeted in Ecuador, 5 Arrested

Portland, 08.05.2008 17:39

Ecuadorian police detained five journalists associated with Ecuador Indymedia late Tuesday night. Four of the five were released from custody on Wednesday afternoon. The government says that the four activists were detained because of their relationship with the fifth detainee, Ecuadorian resident and Colombian national Antonio Alcívar.

The government at first refused to issue a statement on the matter or inform the detainees of the reason for their arrests. The Regional Foundation for Assistance in Human Rights (INREDH) noted that this was a violation of the detainees' constitutional right to be clearly informed of the reason for their detention along with the identities of those who ordered and carried out the arrests.

According to Ecuador Indymedia and INREDH, the Judicial Police (PJ) and the Intervention and Rescue Group (GIR) executed the arrests. The journalists were arrested on the street and then taken to their homes where searches were violently carried out. Agents reportedly confiscated computers, documents and hard drives from the journalists' homes. Agents also reportedly confiscated a Che Guevara poster as "evidence."

According to INREDH, the detainees were not permitted to see their lawyer and were forced to undergo interrogation in the presence of a lawyer provided by police.

It is unclear why the Ecuadorian government made the arrests and whether the detentions are related to the recent conflict with Colombia. It seems possible that President Correa, in an effort to counter Colombian allegations, may be attempting to demonstrate the government's resolve to root out guerrilla presence in Ecuador—and intimidate some critics on his left in the process.



Libanon: Hintergründe zur Zerstörung von Nahr al-Bared

Germany, 08.05.2008 17:38

 Das palästinensische Flüchtlingslager Nahr al-Bared im Norden Libanons war im Sommer 2007 Schauplatz eines Krieges zwischen der libanesischen Armee und der islamistischen Gruppe Fatah al-Islam. Das Camp wurde fast vollständig zerstört, mindestens 30.000 BewohnerInnen mussten fliehen. Es wurden 170 Soldaten, 287 Kämpfer der Fatah al-Islam und 47 ZivilistInnen getötet. Ein Bericht vom November 2007 dokumentierte die Rückkehr der ersten BewohnerInnen. Im Frühling 2008 berichten wir über die jüngsten Ereignisse, den geplanten Wiederaufbau, das Verhalten der libanesischen Armee, die mediale Berichterstattung sowie die humanitäre und politische Situation in Nahr al-Bared.

Inhalt: Hintergrund | Kurzfilm | Fallstudie | Medien | Ergænzungen



¡no al cospelazo!

Argentina, 08.05.2008 14:39

Aumento del colspel / segundo intento



1 Mayıs 2008

Istanbul, 08.05.2008 11:39

1 Mayıs 2008, İstanbul



Unconventional Action Santa Cruz to Host Direct Action Training on May 10th

Santa Cruz, CA, 08.05.2008 08:40

Unconventional Action Santa Cruz writes, "Continued wars, housing foreclosures and ecological crises have proven that neither docile street marches nor electoral campaigns will solve the problems plaguing our daily lives. We can only have leverage over our rulers by showing our own power, and we must back our demands by demonstrating that we can interfere with their business as effectively as they interfere with our lives. Santa Cruz! People are gathering at Zami Co-op on Saturday, May 10th for an exciting chance to develop skills and social bonds for direct action of all kinds."



Белгазета про Бунт и анархистов: по журналистике незачёт

Belarus, 08.05.2008 08:37

Журналистка Белгазеты Наталья Провалинская попыталась просуммировать спор в ЖЖ между Бунтом (в лице zmagarka) и анархистами (в лице isto4nik_zarazi).

Анархисту Игорю – респект, изложил позицию грамотно и без истерики.

А вот Наталье Провалинской – незачёт. Материал, претендующий на нейтральное представление обеих точек зрения, так и пестрит предвзятыми оборотами и некорректными с точки зрения журналистики приёмами.

Была бы это какая-нибудь Хартия – можно было бы все эти ляпы смело игнорировать, что с них взять. Но Белка – одна из немногих относительно вменяемых газет в стране, им следовало бы поддерживать более высокий уровень журналистики. Уж редактору-то должно быть известно, что выбор слов в статье может запросто перебить её смысловое содержание.

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May 10th: Mom says No Nukes!

Seattle, 08.05.2008 04:08

Please join the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action for a vigil and direct action at the gates of Naval Base Kitsap, Bangor, on Saturday, May 10, 2008, as we work towards nuclear abolition and disarmament.



June 6th: Cindy Sheehan at Town Hall

Seattle, 08.05.2008 04:08

Cindy Sheehan, the well-known anti-war activist and Bush antagonist, who is running as an Independent for the House of Representatives in Nancy Pelosi's district in California, will be the featured speaker at Town Hall, 8th and Seneca, on Friday evening, June 6. The event is sponsored by the Progressive Action Committee PAC (PAC2).



Coalition initiates coordinated blockades in response to Sean Bell verdict

NYC, 08.05.2008 02:10

"If you're not going to lock up the guilty in this town, then I guess you're going to have to lock up the innocent," declared the Rev. Al Sharpton as he and other religious and community leaders, at the request of the family of Sean Bell, announced plans for a series of traffic blockades. In response, people converged on a half-dozen selected intersections, some intent on arrests and others to support. Here are pictures from the action that began at Varick & Houston Streets, marched slowly for a half mile along a route that was not disclosed in advance to those gathered, and stopped to block two adjacent intersections at Hudson & Canal, resulting in nearly two dozen arrests. Representing in colors were the NAACP and SEIU.



Call out for Solidarity with Homeless protest at City Hall - Report back

Portland, 08.05.2008 01:39

we need more housed people to come out and sleep on the sidewalks around city hall. until we have more housed folks out here showing that they are on our side and that this is in fact a WHOLE community issue, we will likely and unfortunately not be taken as seriously. pull out your sleeping bag, ground pad, tarp and sign, and set up shop with us. there's lot of friends down here who are willing to help you navigate our protest while sleeping on the street. see you there!

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Yesterday while doing Food not Bombs at protest until late, I did my best to listen to what the organizers there needed and others requested.

The big one is more people that aren't homeless. Tarps and Blankets.

Food not Bombs served on Tuesday at City hall. Weds. Food not Bombs will be held at City hall instead of outer SE. We will also be serving on Thursday. It was requested that Saturday Food not Bombs be held at City hall. We would actually like to request that all food not bombs be held at City hall. There is the looming response of a police ticketing sweep of City hall. But there are still no where near the about of beds needed for people on the streets.



May Day Becomes an Annual Tradition for Immigrant and Workers' Rights

San Francisco Bay Area, 08.05.2008 01:39

In San José and all across the United States, marches for immigrant and workers' rights are reviving the long-dormant American tradition of May Day. While legislation for comprehensive immigration reform has stalled in Congress, demonstrators are poised to take the struggle to the next level. From coast to coast, over a hundred thousand marched on May 1, 2008 to demand respect and recognition as workers who contribute so much to building the United States.



Human Rights Film Festival Opens Today

Aotearoa, 08.05.2008 01:09

The Human Rights Network of Aotearoa is proud to present the fourth annual New Zealand Human Rights Film Festival - a cinematic event celebrating extraordinary people striving for success and achievement amidst the most difficult circumstances and conditions.

2008 is a particularly special year for the Human Rights movement as it’s the 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the films shown during the festival not only celebrate how far we have come since the signing but also where work is still needed if the promise of the first Article - All human beings are born free and equal - is to be realised.

  • Wellington 8 - 16 May | Paramount Theatre
  • Auckland 15 - 23 May | Rialto Newmarket
  • Christchurch 22 - 30 May | Regent on Worcester
  • Dunedin 29 May - 6 June | Rialto Dunedin
Official Site - Schedule, films, booking, prices…



East Mids Campaigners Up The Anti as BNP Make Electoral Gains

United Kingdom, 07.05.2008 23:08

On Thursday May 1, local elections took place in various parts of the country. While the far-right British National party (BNP) did not do as well as they had hoped, they were able to win one seat on the London Assembly, meaning that a fascist is now one of the fourteen people running London.

While they made no gains in Nottinghamshire (where there were elections in Bassetlaw, in which the BNP fielded only one candidate), in Derbyshire they got their first two seats on Amber Valley Borough Council with Chris Roper taking Heanor East and Lewis Allestree winning Heanor West. In Heanor & Loscoe Paul Snell polled 512 votes, to the victorious Labour candidates 513. These results, while worrying in themselves, are of particular interest because it is within the Amber Valley area that the BNP are planning on holding their annual Red, White and Blue festival.

The BNP have applied to the council for a premises licence for the event to allow the sale of alcohol and the performance of music. The public consultation on this application ended on May 6. A number of concerned organisations objected to this application, only to find their objections rejected, ostensibly because they were not based within the affected area. Even where groups have been able to point to members living within the Amber Valley area, there objections have been rejected on the same basis. Several groups, including Notts Stop the BNP, are currently looking into appealing this decision. Regardless of the outcome of any appeal, a protest is planned when the application is considered by the council.

Newswire: Notts Stop the BNP objection to BNP licence application | Object to the BNPs "festival" | BNP take council seats in Amber Valley | Notts Indymedia Anti-Racism Topic Page

Previous features: Midlands and Yorkshire organise against the BNP | Broxtowe BNP Councillor Expelled From Party | Anti-fascists successfully blockade BNP meeting venue | BNP wins seat in Broxtowe

Resources: BNP and far-right election results: East Midlands | UK

Links: Antifa | Stop the Red White and Blue Campaign



Palestine, the Raytheon 9 and the Belfast May Day Rally

Ireland, 07.05.2008 22:38

Prosecution Service: Any jury from Derry may be t ...



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Argentina, 07.05.2008 21:38



Why a DC Congestion Charge

DC, 07.05.2008 20:09

The DC Statehood Green Party recognizes that the commuters coming in from the suburbs choke our air with nasty fumes and clog our District streets with traffic. This powerpoint presentation reviews the need for a congestion charge. http://dc.indymedia.org/usermedia/application/12/why_a_dc_congestion_charge.pdf



VIDEO: Changing the rules to deny Mumia justice

DC, 07.05.2008 20:09

On May 1, the day of his book's release, author J. Patrick O'Connor was interviewed at Philadelphia City Hall about "The Framing of Mumia Abu-Jamal." In part two of this interview, he discusses the March 27 ruling by the US Third Circuit Court of Appeals denying Mumia a new guilt-phase trial. In his book, O'Connor felt strongly that Mumia would be granted a new trial, and in light of the contrary ruling, he argues that the court made a political decision and actually went against court precedent to do this.



Comunicadores independentes são vítimas de prisão arbitrária

Brasil, 07.05.2008 20:08

Indymedia Equador



Accidental Death During Minutemen Protest: Jornalero, Jose Fernando Pedraz, Remembered

LA, 07.05.2008 19:08

Accidental Death During Minutemen Protest: Jornalero, Jose Fernando Pedraz, Remembered



The Long March from Cinco de Mayo to Cinco de Pentagon

Boston, 07.05.2008 19:08

Those of us old enough to remember might recall those halcyon days when celebrating Cinco de Mayo meant many things: closing off a street in what was then known as a “barrio”, listening to sometimes inspired and sometimes less-than-inspired music of long-sideburned Santana wannabees from the local garage bands and eating food infused with the love of the local. And we sort of listened to the bandana’d radical Chicana organizer urging us to become part of the global liberation struggle commemorated on May 5th, when badly-equipped, but inspired Mexican guerrillas defeated the forces of Napoleon III’s French Empire in the 19th century.



&quot;Mothers Day Proclamation&quot; by Julia Ward Howe - 1870

Miami, 07.05.2008 16:37

"Mothers Day Proclamation" by Julia Ward Howe - 1870



Nobody pays us to do this...

Boston, 07.05.2008 16:09

#media_15238;left# When people ask what I "do," I tell them that I'm an independent radio producer. When their eyes glaze over, I add "freelance journalist." When they ask "what paper do you write for," I give up.



Assassinado militante da causa glbttt em Crateús-Ce

Brasil, 07.05.2008 15:38

DIVERSIDADE SEXUAL



The Indypendent Issue #119: Subprime Color Line

NYC, 07.05.2008 15:09

This issue's cover story focuses on the hidden story behind the Subprime mortgage crisis, how predatory lenders are ripping off blacks and seniors. Also, a review of the book Pagans in the Promised Land and an interview with the author, a review of Dread Scott's "Welcome to America," and an update on the gentrification of Harlem and the 125th Street Rezoning Proposal.



Luxury Slums: A Review of Planet of Slums and Evil Paradises || Union Scrapper: A Review of The Man Who Hated Work and Loved Labor || In Your Face: Dread Scott's Welcome to America || From Childhood War to Hip-Hop: A Review of “War Child” || Sanctioned Evil: A Review of "Standard Operating Procedure" || Decoding Our Minds: An Interview with Steven T. Newcomb || Discoverer Delusions: A Review of Pagans in the Promised Land || World Briefs || Free Market Food Follies || Drought Spurs Resource Wars || Indigenous Voices Demand Climate Justice || Overmedicating Seniors: By the Numbers || A Hard Truth to Swallow || Obama's Race Against Race || Labor Lobby Melee || Tax Resisters Stiff Uncle Same || Harlem Uproar || Vacancy Reversal: Legislation Seeks to Ban Warehousing || / Domestic Workers Demand Fair Labor Laws || Foreclosure Patterns: What Is [Not] Being Done || Facing Foreclosure: Brooklyn Retiree on Verge of Losing Home as Subprime Lenders Target Cash-Poor Black Seniors



Percarious Maydays! Maydays! プレカリアートは増殖/連結する メーデー08

Japan, 07.05.2008 08:07

 ★「フリーターユニオン福岡」のブログ:福岡県警による「フリーター/貧民メーデー」への弾圧に抗議する ★  【映像】自由と生存のメーデー2008 自由と生存のメーデー2008写真



Santa Cruz Film Festival VII: The BIG Picture

Santa Cruz, CA, 07.05.2008 07:39

The Santa Cruz Film Festival welcomes independent filmmakers, musicians, and artists to Santa Cruz for a 9-day celebration of film and culture May 9-17. The Santa Cruz Film Festival is a growing international festival that fosters cross cultural exchange by screening independent films and producing multi-disciplined art events throughout the year. This year's films stir the soul and contemplate the BIG picture, from war and oil to the meaning of life.



Tree-Sit 6 Month Anniversary Celebration on May 7th

Santa Cruz, CA, 07.05.2008 04:39

May 7th marks the 6th month anniversary of the tree-sit on Science Hill at UC Santa Cruz, and of the two-month ground occupation which was born in torn fencing and broken police lines. There will a gathering at 8pm underneath the tree-sit for an open-ended collective celebration. The tree-sit has been a continuous act of resistance against the University's expansion plans, including a Biomedical Sciences Facility at the site of the tree-sit and the development of over 120 acres of Upper Campus' redwood and chaparral.



Another Sea Lion Found Dead, Trapping Program Ended for the Year

Portland, 07.05.2008 02:39

Another sea lion has been found dead on the Columbia, as the death toll rises. This one was just found this afternoon, floating in the water near the I-5 bridge. Officials have not commented on the cause of death, but one would not be unreasonable to conclude that humans had a hand in it. In the wake of at least 8 deaths related to the government trapping, officials have just called off any plans to trap, kill, or imprison any more sea lions this year. Now, apparently, they can just sit back and let the fishermen do their dirty work for them.

I would like to report that the remaining sea lions have received a temporary reprieve, but I cannot: There is no telling how many more will be found bleeding in the water, victims of fanatical fishermen and human aggression. Meanwhile, officials weigh the options for next year, and a court battle continues. Since the hunting and trapping has been ended for this year, the hearing scheduled for later this week in the 9th circuit court of appeals to determine the status of the injunction against shooting has been canceled. However, the legal fight is far from over.

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Sea Lion Demonstration at Bonneville: Report Back

Beneath the warm sun, about a dozen demonstrators chanted, sang, and reflected on the circle of life up at Bonneville dam yesterday. In the background, the roaring Columbia tumbled through the dam, and sea lions played in the crashing waves. It was beautiful up there, but most of us felt the somber weight of the senseless slaughter that had taken place on this very spot, only a day ago. Across the river, government workers in bright orange vests could be seen crouching and prodding within the bloody, eerie, shameful cages that had served as death traps for six beings who should have been protected from our predations by the Marine Mammal Protection Act, but were not.

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The US War on Venezuela

DC, 07.05.2008 01:09

Eva Golinger, lawyer and author of "The Chavez Code" and "Bush Vs. Chavez", describes the US campaign against the democratically elected government of Venezuela.



Oaxacan Perspectives on the Binational Struggles of Mexican Indigenous Migrant Communities

Santa Cruz, CA, 07.05.2008 01:09

On April 25th, Centolia Maldonado Vasquez and Bernardo Ramirez Bautista, Oaxaca-based members of the Binational Front of Indigenous Organizations, gave a presentation at UC Santa Cruz on indigenous Mexican migration to the U.S. and its impact in the communities of origin, the current political situation in Oaxaca, the role of women in the movement for social justice in Oaxaca, and current challenges of indigenous governing community institutions in Oaxaca.



It Is Time To Honor Filipino WWII Veterans

Seattle, 07.05.2008 00:08

On May 6, 1942, after enduring one month of siege, air and artillery bombardment by the Japanese, the island fortress of Corregidor surrendered to the Japanese Imperial Army. For the next three years, Filipino guerillas led by able Filipino leaders or by American officers never let the Japanese have peace of mind in occupying the Philippines. They held the line and even liberated areas even before American forces landed in the Philippines. For the next three years, Filipino guerillas led by able Filipino leaders or by American officers never let the Japanese have peace of mind in occupying the Philippines. They held the line and even liberated areas even before American forces landed in the Philippines.

Sixty-six years later, these Filipino veterans have not been fully compensated or treated as American veterans. It is time that they are honored for the service they rendered.



Former Auckland anarchist Danny &quot;Vegas&quot; Wilson jailed in US

Aotearoa, 06.05.2008 23:09

Former Auckland anarchist and one of the founders of Radical Youth, Danny "Vegas" Wilson, 20, and five others have been arrested and jailed after a May Day celebration in Olympia, Washington State. During the protest, symbols of the state and Capital were attacked. Danny is being charged with "1st degree malicious mischief" (felony charge) and "suspicion of riot" (misdemeanor). The total bail for all six arrestees is 40,000 dollars with Danny's being set at $5000. As of today May 5th Danny is still being held and money is needed to help meet the cost of bail. In addition Danny has not had access to proper food that meets his dietary choices of an animal/dairy free diet.

On May 1 in Olympia, WA a group of about two hundred people had a rally in solidarity with the immigrants’ rights and anti-war movements. The rally was followed with a march to the capital where activists gathered outside of the governor’s door, making their presence known and urging her to support the proposal of making Olympia a sanctuary city for undocumented immigrants. After the capital the march continued downtown, where rocks were thrown through the windows of Bank of America and US Bank, two banks notorious for their social and environmental injustices. A scuffle ensued in which protesters clashed with the police. Pepper spray and pellet guns were used on the protesters and six people were ultimately arrested. [ Read More ]

More: Report/Photos | Bombs&Shields: May Day actions marking the international anarchist holiday | Corporate Media Coverage (Video + Photos)

Auckland: On Monday the 12th, the Auckland Anarchist Assembly, an informal evening of presentations and short films, funds will be collected to help pay for Danny's bail. [ Details ]



edukado (eo)

Barcelona, 06.05.2008 23:09

Edukado: Kiam oni malaperigas la konotacion pri ŝtata...

La informoj pri edukada afero konstatas ke tiu ĉi edukada sistemo ne bone funkcias. Sed eŭropaj, hispanaj kaj katalunaj registaroj, uzas kiel ekskuzo tiun situacion kaj urĝe pretigas kaj ekfunkciigas novajn leĝojn por pligrandigi la malŝtatigadon, enkomercigadon kaj starigi hierarkian ordon, ĉi-maniere por bazlernejo, mezlernejo, kaj universitata edukado. De antaŭ jaroj oni ŝtatan edukadon malŝtatigas kaj enkomercigas kaj edukadaj rezultoj ne ŝajnas pli bonaj, do, kial oni ne reaperigas veran ŝtatan edukadon?

[14an feb] Striko kontraŭ Kataluna Eduka Leĝo Manifestacioj:

Barcelono: je la 12a el Plaça Universitat al Plaça Sant Jaume
Girona: je la 12a el Jaume I/Governació
Lleida: Koncentriĝo je la 13a antaŭ SSTT
Tarragona: Je la 12a el Plaça Imperial Tàrraco

[6an mar] je la 12a en Pl. Universitat Lukta tago la 6an de mardo: Eliru sur la straton kaj ni kune haltigos UEES (Universitat-Eduka Eŭropa Spaco)-n! Abolo de la LOU-n kaj de la Dekreton, tuj!

rilataj novaĵoj: Striko de stipendiuloj: pli kaj pli malfirmas dungado ::: Ne al KEL pro segregaciista, malŝtatigista kaj malfirmecigista de la edukadon; PRO ŜTATA, SEKULARA, KATALUNA, EDUKIGADA KAJ DEMOKRATIA INSTRUADO!! ::: pri kiel pretigi publikan opinion por ebligi malpopularajn reformojn ::: sindikata respondo al informo Bofill ::: La studantoj el landoj de la rivero Ebre respondas al Maragall ::: Komuniko de MAES por instruistoj kaj studantoj el Sabadell ::: SEPC: kial ni malkonsentas kun KEL ::: AEP pri KEL ::: CGT pri KEL ::: Ĉu vi scias, kiuj estas viaj rajtoj dum ekzamenoj? ::: katalunaj studantoj kontraŭ plikostigo de publikan transportan servon ::: defendante la katalunan instruadon

+ infoj : >>>instruado



Con el pueblo boliviano frente a la avanzada del fascismo separatista

Venezuela, 06.05.2008 22:37



archa da Maconha é proibida em algumas cidades

Brasil, 06.05.2008 16:08

LIBERDADE DE EXPRESSÃO



SF Protests Against I.C.E. Raids

San Francisco Bay Area, 06.05.2008 15:38

On May 2nd, immigration agents conducted a large-scale raid at taquerias across San Francisco and the East Bay. Agents arrested about 60 employees at several locations of the El Balazo chain. Some of the workers have been released, but forced to wear electronic ankle bracelets while they await deportation hearings. On Monday May 5th, immigrant rights activists marched on the I.C.E office in San Francisco to protest the raids.



Protest at AIPAC event, Boston

Boston, 06.05.2008 14:22

On Sunday 4 May 2008, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee held its annual "New England Leadership Dinner" at the Westin Copley Hotel. About 75 people turned out to protest, an event sponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace-Boston, Jewish Women for Justice in Israel/Palestine, the Boston Coalition for Palestinian Rights, and United for Justice with Peace's Israel/Palestine Task Force.



Het recht van de olfiant

Antwerpen, 06.05.2008 14:22

De olfiant en het recht om van hem te houden



Radical Bus Tour

Baltimore, 06.05.2008 13:08

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Catonsville 9 and a tour of radical Baltimore of the 1960s--a two-hour bus trip unlike any you have experienced.




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