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Tree of Life

Victoria, 13.10.2004 05:53

Rainforest Action Network & WC2 bring Tree of Life to Walbran Valley



Tree of Life

Victoria, 13.10.2004 05:53

Rainforest Action Network & WC2 bring Tree of Life to Walbran Valley



Media emergenC - Emergency and Emergence

San Diego, 13.10.2004 05:50

Media activists from across the United States converged in San Diego last week for Media EmergenC, a conference focusing on issues of corporate consolidation of the media as well as ways to build and strengthen the emerging independent and alternative media movement. The four-day event, hosted by the San Diego Independent Media Center and radioActive sanDiego incorporated speakers and panels of representatives from various independent media outlets including: Indymedia, Guerrilla News Network, Pacifica Radio, Prometheus Radio Project, Global Peace Solutions, Political Storm and several independent journalists.

Throughout the week, radioActive sanDiego provided live radio coverage, broadcasting from the location of the Saturday conference, taking calls from the street and interviewing media activists around the country. With the help of the Prometheus Radio Project, a number of radioActive journalists went into the NAB conference and interviewed industry executives and FCC officials.

Photos: Conference | March 1 | 2 | 3 Audio: Opening Night | Vinny 1 | 2 | 3 | March on the Media 1 | 2 | 3| FCC Interview | NAB Attendees | Prometheus



Johnston City, Tennessee to host Third Party Candidates' Presidential Debate Friday October 15th

Tennessee, 13.10.2004 05:41

Friday October 15, 2004 join democracy advocates for a true alternative to two party politics. A debate between several presidential candidates is planned from 2:00 to 4:00PM at ETSU’s Auditorium. A reception will follow at Carnegie Hotel from 7:00 to 10:00 PM and will host DJ Tabatha Williams; the award for attendants choice based on IRV ballot tally will be given at 8:00PM. There will be open mic performance from 9:15 10:00PM, bring your song, poem or other form of political artistic expression to share.



ALCA nuestro de cada día

Puerto Rico, 13.10.2004 04:14

ALCA nuestro de cada día



Reclamo de justicia para el magisterio y la educación puertorriqueña

Puerto Rico, 13.10.2004 04:10

Reclamo de justicia para el magisterio y la educación puertorriqueña



Reclamo de justicia para el magisterio y la educación puertorriqueña

Puerto Rico, 13.10.2004 04:10

Reclamo de justicia para el magisterio y la educación puertorriqueña



The Day After: Nov Three | Where to Be

Baltimore, 13.10.2004 03:58

Contingency plans are being made for a number of possible outcomes of the presidential election. Join others on Wednesday November 3 2004 at Center and Charles Streets 5pm, regardless of the outcome.



Wausau Bush visit demo photos…

Minneapolis/St. Paul, 13.10.2004 03:17

150 to 200 demonstrators protest Bush visit to Central Wisconsin…



Independent Media Fair in St Louis Park Friday October 15

Minneapolis/St. Paul, 13.10.2004 03:17

The Counter Propaganda Coalition has organized another Independent Media Fair this Friday, October 15 starting at 5 PM. The "Take Back The Media! Fair" will be at the St Louis Park City Hall, 5005 Minnetonka Blvd in St Louis Park. Opening the event will be St Louis Park City Councilperson Paul Omodt. These will be an exciting array of workshops with intelligent and articulate presenters. Tuning Into Propaganda will be presented by independent journalist Jeff Nygard. Taking Back Our Media From Large Corporations shall be hosted by Betsy Barnum, member of steering committee of Alliance For Democracy, Womens International League for Peace and Freedom and the current chairperson of the Minnesota Green Party. Award-winning story teller Michael Mann will present raising Media Wise Kids. Local Hip-Hop Artist and Spoken Word activist Brock Satter shall talk of Hip-Hop, Corporate Influence, Political Dissent and Police Brutality. Brock is currently being endicted by the federal government for attending an International Hip-Hop Festival in Havana Cuba, even though he fulfilled all the legal requirements for attending. This event is going to be a barn burner of an event. What makes it even more exciting is that we are consciously reaching out to the suburbs and not just "the choir."



12 de octubre.

santiago, 13.10.2004 01:47

A 512 años del "descubrimiento", la voz indígena sigue firme!



Students Protest Coca-Cola

NYC, 13.10.2004 00:37

A group of activists at New York University turned the school's many Coke vending machines into mock crime scenes to protest Coke's human rights abuses in Columbia bottling plants and raise student awareness about the issue.



Southern Oregon Say s &quot;NO&quot; to Bush!

Rogue Valley, 13.10.2004 00:08

SOUTHERN OREGON SAYS "NO" TO BUSH. GO BACK TO CRAWFORD, YOU DONE!

Protest of President Bush's visit to the Rogue Valley planned.

This peaceful rally has been coordinated by Citizens for Peace & Justice, a Medford-based group, with help from Peace House, the Southern Oregon Central Labor Council and many other organizations.



MEIO-AMBIENTE

Brasil, 13.10.2004 00:00

Desatando os nós da Zona Costeira



Reportback from Oct. 8 Presidential Debate Protest

Michigan, 12.10.2004 23:54

This past friday in St. Louis, 500+ people showed up to protest the exclusive presidential debate at Washington University. The group was diverse, spanning across the political spectrum, from Greens, to Libertarians, to people who oppose electoral politics all together. Despite the heavy police presence, the mood of the march remained light.



Mi Comunidad

Puerto Rico, 12.10.2004 23:44

Mi Comunidad



Culturas: Mi Comunidad

Puerto Rico, 12.10.2004 23:43

Culturas: Mi Comunidad



Follow-up to Tre Arrow's International Call-out from Aug.'04

Portland, 12.10.2004 22:54



NYC Indymedia Benefit With Greg Palast This Sunday, October 17

NYC, 12.10.2004 22:38

SUNDAY OCTOBER 17, 7 PM
EAST VILLAGE CINEMAS, THEATER 1
(181 2nd Avenue, near 12th Street) 

BUSH FAMILY FORTUNES: THE BEST DEMOCRACY MONEY CAN BUY 

A Greg Palast Documentary, followed by a discussion  with Greg Palast, John R. Mac Arthur  (Harper’s Magazine), Jeremy Scahill (Democracy Now), Special Guests 

All proceeds go to New York City Indymedia and Democracy For America.

Greg Palast's Website



Indymedia to U.S., U.K., Swiss and Italian Authorities: &quot;Hands Off Our Websites&quot;

San Diego, 12.10.2004 21:22

Evidence is beginning to mount that the authorities of at least four countries (Switzerland, Italy, U.K. and U.S.A.) are involved in last week's seizure of two of Indymedia's servers that brought down more than 20 of the Indymedia network's web sites and several internet radio streams. Indymedia has yet to receive any official statement or information about what the order entailed or why it was issued.

An FBI spokesperson, Joe Parris, confirmed to Agence France-Presse that the FBI issued a subpoena to the provider who hosted the Indymedia servers in the U.K., but that it was "on behalf of a third country." (1) Daniel Zapelli, senior federal prosecutor for Geneva (Switzerland), confirmed that he has opened a criminal investigation into Indymedia coverage of the 2003 G8 Summit in Evian. (2) Zapelli will provide details of that investigation at a press conference on Tuesday.

Federal prosecutor of Bologna (Italy) Marina Plazzi stated that she is investigating Italy Indymedia because it may "support terrorism." (3) Plazzi says she will provide more information on Thursday, October 14th.



For the Neo-Cons, the War in Iraq is Already Won

DC, 12.10.2004 21:01

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Londen gaststad derde Europese Sociaal Forum

Netherlands, 12.10.2004 20:08

Third European Social Forum starts this week



FBI Seizes IMC Servers in the UK, Including the Host for Western Mass

Boston, 12.10.2004 19:22

US authorities issued a federal order to Rackspace's office in the US ordering them to provide Indymedia's hardware located in London to the requesting agency. Rackspace is one of Indymedia's web hosting providers with offices in the US and London. Rackspace complied, without first notifying Indymedia, and turned over Indymedia's server in the UK. This affects some 20+ Indymedia sites worldwide including Western Massachusetts.



Oregonian Digs Deep For Dirt on Wu

Portland, 12.10.2004 16:44



Today’s Republicans Are So Not

Arkansas, 12.10.2004 16:34

You can call them right, you can call them wrong, you can even call them Ray; just don’t call them Republicans. The behind-the-scenes folks leading the GOP these days are running an (extremely) awful show unlike any previously presented by a major American political party, no matter what title adorns their marquee. For more details, read on.



Australian re-elects conservative Government

Melbourne, 12.10.2004 16:20

Funeral of fair Australia



Australian re-elects conservative Government

Melbourne, 12.10.2004 16:20

Funeral of fair Australia



laboral

Barcelona, 12.10.2004 15:49

flix --> el pa de ahir, la mort d'avui>

El riu Ebre acumula al fons del pantà de Flix milers de tones de residus tòxics perillosos per culpa de Ercros, encara que no és l'única empresa que ho fa, ni l'únic punt negre de l'Ebre. Com sempre, la contaminació es netejarà una mica i serà pagada per els/les ciutadan*s, 104 milions d'euros, i no per els/les causants de la contaminació. No només el president de l'empresa, els/les politic*s, els/les jutges/ses o ecologistes ho sabien si no que els/les treballador*s també i es segueix protegint a l'empresa que no anirà a judici. Realment va val la pena encubrir delicte ecològic semblant per un lloc de treball? Val la pena arriscar la salut de la teva familia? Ja no hi han excuses pels contaminadors!

+info :: privatització -- razisme -- lluita -- condicions laborals -- repressió -- organització -- altres -- >>>laboral



laboral

Barcelona, 12.10.2004 15:49

flix --> el pan de ayer, la muerte de hoy>

El rio Ebro acumula en el fondo del pantano de Flix miles de toneladas de residuos tóxicos peligrosos por culpa de Ercros, aunque no es la única empresa que lo hace, ni el único punto negro del Ebro. Como siempre, la contaminación se limpiará un poco y será pagada por l*s ciudadan*s, 104 millones de euros, y no por l*s causantes de la contaminación. No sólo los presidentes de la empresa, l*s politic*s, l*s jueces o ecologistas lo sabían si no que l*s trabajador*s también y se sigue protegiendo a la empresa que no irá a juicio. ¿realmente valió la pena encubrir semejante delito ecologíco por un puesto de trabajo?¿vale la pena arriesgar la salud de tu familia? Ya no hay escusas para l*s contaminador*s!

+info :: privatización -- razismo -- lucha -- condiciones laborales -- represión -- organización -- otros -- >>>laboral



IMC Server Update: Press Release

Atlanta, 12.10.2004 14:02

#media_7053;right# Evidence is beginning to mount that the authorities of at least four countries (Switzerland, Italy, U.K. and U.S.A.) are involved in last week's seizure of two of Indymedia's servers that brought down more than 20 of the Indymedia network's web sites and several internet radio streams. Indymedia has yet to receive any official statement or information about what the order entailed or why it was issued.
An FBI spokesperson, Joe Parris, confirmed to Agence France-Presse that the FBI issued a subpoena to the provider who hosted the Indymedia servers in the U.K., but that it was "on behalf of a third country."
Officials in Switzerland and Italy have stated that the Independent Media Centers there are under investigations, but have declined any further information. Swiss officials will address the investigation in a press conference on Tuesday, and Italian officials will hold a press conference on Thursday.
[Agence France-Presse Story] [Associated Press Story] [Guardian, BBC and Morning Star Coverage]



Indymedia to U.S., U.K., Swiss and Italian Authorities: &quot;Hands Off Our Websites&quot;

NYC, 12.10.2004 13:04

Evidence is beginning to mount that the authorities of at least four countries (Switzerland, Italy, U.K. and U.S.A.) are involved in last week's seizure of two of Indymedia's servers that brought down more than 20 of the Indymedia network's web sites and several internet radio streams. Indymedia has yet to receive any official statement or information about what the order entailed or why it was issued.

An FBI spokesperson, Joe Parris, confirmed to Agence France-Presse that the FBI issued a subpoena to the provider who hosted the Indymedia servers in the U.K., but that it was "on behalf of a third country." Daniel Zapelli, senior federal prosecutor for Geneva (Switzerland), confirmed that he has opened a criminal investigation into Indymedia coverage of the 2003 G8 Summit in Evian. Zapelli will provide details of that investigation at a press conference on Tuesday.

Federal prosecutor of Bologna (Italy) Marina Plazzi stated that she is investigating Italy Indymedia because it may "support terrorism." Plazzi says she will provide more information on Thursday, October 14th.



Call To Action

Perth, 12.10.2004 12:49

Snap action October 13th against 4th Howard Government



Living with state dereliction in St Michael's: local community rejects privatisation of their homes

Ireland, 12.10.2004 11:38

Interview with community activist Rita Fagan - download the MP3 A local community rejects Public Private Partnerships. Click here to download the MP3 interview from radio.indymedia.org with Rita Fagan. Transport and airport workers, along with Aer Rianta and SIPTU officials, may have been dancing a jig of schadenfreudic glee at the clipping of Seamus Brennan's wings from his post as Minister for Transport; but his replacement Martin Cullen, is no stranger to privatising public resources. During Cullen's time as Minister for the Environment, he presided over the M50/Carrickmines saga, and also pursued the construction of the M3 through the Tara Skreen Valley with renewed vigour. His commitment to public transport is minimal. He also undermined the local democratic process in Dublin by imposing a PPP (Public Private Partnership) on St. Michael's Estate in Inchicore, usurping years of consultation and negotiation with the tenants of the estate. St. Michael's Estate was built in 1969, at the same time that Ballymun rose up on the other side of the city. The community within the estate has a long history pre-dating the construction of the flats. Originally Richmond Barracks during English rule, it was given over to the new Free State Army in 1923. In the 1940's the Army moved out and the land was given to Dublin Corporation (now Dublin City Council). Around this time the area was known as Keogh Square, which was primarily composed of tenements, and had the name of being a slum on the city fringe. When the flats were being built, there was a huge demand of people who wanted to be housed there. There was heating, green spaces, and of course high-rise communities were viewed as the way of the future. In the late 1970's and early 1980's the social and living conditions on St. Michael's Estate started to decline. Working families were given housing grants of £5,000 by the Council, so many of them simply moved out. Single parents were given flats, and the Council rarely investigated the people it was housing. What was once a traditional stable family society became a single parent society, and this created gaps and imbalances in the social fabric. The long-term residents of the estate were increasingly exasperated with the Council officials making decisions in the city centre without any local consultation, and so in 1986 a group of women set up the St. Michael's Family Resource Centre, which is located in a ground floor flat on the estate. Through the 1980's the tenants were only seeking improvements and refurbishment to their homes. The heroin epidemic in the early 1990's killed a lot of the sense of hope and community people had, so by 1998 people no longer wanted refurbishment. The Council conducted an official survey of the tenants' wishes, and aside from those who wanted to pack up and leave, the majority of the others favoured complete demolition and redevelopment of the Estate. They wanted simple houses with gardens. Following this, St. Michael's Task Force was set up, and a low-density redevelopment plan was agreed with the local tenants. 170 local authority units were to be built, so people who so wished could stay and live in the area they were living in already. There would be 80 affordable homes built, and then 70 fully private units which were apartments along the canal. There were 3 crèches, a new resource centre, an after-school building, and green spaces. Rita Fagan is a community worker in the St. Michael's Family Resource Centre, and her frustration at the current impasse with the Council was evident when I talked to her. "The plan we worked on had a deep consultation process on the estate. We were given an architect to work with us. A huge amount of money was put into that process. The plan was finalised and sent off the to Department of the Environment. It was like signing off on the Good Friday Agreement, we had put so much work into it. We had worked very closely with the Council with the first and second phases of the plan. 51 families were transferred to a site at Goldenbridge after blocks 1, 2 and 3 were demolished. We also worked closely with them for the building of Bulfin Court, which are another 50 units just down the road from St. Michael's Estate. There are seven blocks with 60 families remaining on the estate." In September 2003 the redevelopment plan was rejected by Martin Cullen. A communiqué from the Department of the Environment was sent to the Council, stressing the need for PPPs in April 2003. Rita says that what really shook the community was the rejection of the plan by Cullen, and the fact that Dublin City Council officials went and sided with the Minister. "The Council had worked with us very closely and instead of staying on our side, and fighting with us together, they did a U-turn. From then on they closed the door on us. They said they would draw up a new plan, based on some aspects of the old one. What actually happened was they got the architects to draw up a new plan completely different from our one. The new high density PPP plan consisted of 850 units. 550 of them were to be sold privately. 220 were affordable for first time buyers, ultimately also private, and only 80 social housing units. The social housing units were going to be duplexes. The people were not going to get the houses with gardens they were promised. We don’t believe that high densities or apartments are family friendly at all. There's no community there, you lose your community. It’s a different form of living. " In April 2004 the St. Michael's tenants launched a campaign to go out to the wider area and collect signatures, to get the original plan back on the negotiating table. They collected over 3,200 signatures, and handed them to the City Manager on June 30th, which was the same day the Council was launching its framework plan. In July they held a public meeting which was attended by around 200 people. The new plan was unanimously rejected by the people present. On September 6th, after extensive campaigning, the plan was rejected by the Councillors. The City Manager and Assistant City Manager expressed their dissatisfaction with this decision, and vowed to try and press ahead with the revised high-density plan. Walking around St. Michael's Estate today, you can see that a large percentage of the flats are boarded up and left derelict. In the inner city, flats in blocks like Ellis Court on Banbury Street, or on Moss Street and Luke Street near the Ulster Bank Complex on the south quays, are also covered up with the ugly steel partitions. This is commonplace in blocks that are still structurally sound, despite the Council having a housing waiting list of over 7,000. Rita believes this is part of a wider sinister policy being orchestrated by the Government. "These buildings are identified for Public Private Partnerships. PPPs mean that Dublin City Council will get a number of things done for them and they'll get money into their hands to deal with their own bills. This policy is dangerous because when you begin to take working class communities out of the city, you are displacing vulnerable people. They run the flats down on purpose. The necessary maintenance isn’t done. People find it very hard to live and want to move out. They did that 30 years ago and took people out of the city, and out to Ballymun, Tallaght, Clondalkin. People's families and support was in the city centre. People felt very isolated. They became depressed, particularly when they were in poverty and didn't have many choices. It’s different when people have the choice to buy houses. When your life is in the hands of other people it can often be total misery. "I think the policy of setting up PPPs is not just Dublin City Council. It’s coming from the top. A decision was made in the Department of the Environment by Martin Cullen. There's money to be made, huge profits. So the Council see an opportunity to make money out of managing housing. They don’t really want to manage it. They like to build, they like to give the impression as the leaders of the city. But under the UN, everyone is entitled to housing. The people on our streets who can’t afford it must be guaranteed a place to live. That's our duty as a people. The Council don’t have the right to sell off local authority land when there's a waiting list of 7,000. That's just the waiting list, you're not counting people on other people's floors and couches. The City Managers are claiming that the tenants campaign has put the development of the estate back by five years. Rita argues that their practise has put back the idea that communities can work with bodies like Dublin City Council. "This has put back the idea of participatory democracy, or building peoples confidence, or believing that you can actually sit down and make a change together for a better life of the city. "I think the choice was made to take the decision out of the hands of the community because there's a lot of right wing thinking going on in the world at the moment. This thinking believes that privatisation is the only way forward for all of us. Here on the estate we may not have much political power but we have stopped a 200 million euro development. This wasn’t what we set out to do originally though. What we wanted for the poor people here was for them not be displaced; that they get to live in their communities, that their culture is valued. We wanted recognition that we belong to the city just as much as the rich belong to the city. I think that's a really important value. "The thinking of Charlie McCreevy and Martin Cullen means that the Council will pursue all efforts to get this land at the expense of the 60 families left on the estate. This land is so valuable. Its fifteen minutes from the city centre. The LUAS is now running nearby. You're near the Phoenix Park and the Museum of Modern Art. The families left here are our priority now. We want it to go back to a task force so we can work out agreements. They're telling us it’s been put back for five years but to me that's blackmail. I don’t think that any City Manager or Assistant City Manager has the right to treat people like that. It’s a total disgrace if they sulk like this and won’t continue to work with us. "Our rejection of the privatisation of St. Michael's estate has given a lot of hope to places like O'Devaney Gardens where the same process is happening, and privatisation is being pushed and pushed on the community. That's a 16-acre site close to the Phoenix Park, so the people there have a real battle on their hands. It's also happening with Chambers Street in the Coombe, being redeveloped as a PPP. The old Council area housing density was 8 people to the acre, now ordinarily it is 60 to the acre. The Chambers Street development aims for 120 to the acre. That's just pure greed. It's not just about St. Michael's estate, it's about all these communities around the city." Dick Roche takes over from Martin Cullen as Minister for the Environment. It remains to be seen whether he will push the privatisation of public housing as much as his predecessor. Local heritage, conservation, and environment groups are nervous, with one contributor stating on archiseek.com: "Dick Roche goes into environment and Cullen into transport. Predictions: Metro killed stone dead. Motorway building programme accelerated. Heritage lobby groups eradicated." In the meantime the residents of St. Michael's are looking for some kind of legal binding on any future decisions reached with Dublin City Council, so officials and politicians higher up the chain cannot hijack the process and impose their own decisions. This has previously worked with the regeneration of Fatima Mansions - which was actually a PPP scheme, but one which the residents were happy with because they were involved at every stage in the negotiations, and they felt they got a fair result for the community there. http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/oct2004/00intro_1.jpg http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/oct2004/09blocks_1.jpg http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/oct2004/08greenspace_1.jpg http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/oct2004/07balcony_1.jpg http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/oct2004/06fourstorey_1.jpg



Union Reformers Appeal for Public Support as Teamsters Gear Up to Count Ballots

Chicago, 12.10.2004 10:32

Rank and file union reformers in Teamsters Local 743 are waging a pitched battle to oust a 'leadership' that has been accused of both sweeping corruption and long-standing mob ties -- and they're urging the public to rally with them this Saturday when ballots are counted for the union election. The current leadership is widely believed to have stolen the last election three years ago.

The current union leadership has a long history of acting against its members. In 2001, leadership allowed management to effectively dump health care coverage for thousands of workers, saying the health care fund -- which had totalled $16 million -- was broke. This fall, immigrant workers at Bedford Park's Silver Capital Corporation blasted the leadership for negotiating a severance package that denied them seniority rights or the right to vote on the agreement. Union officials reportedly threatened to report Mexican workers to immigration authorities if they protested the backdoor deal that closed the company. The workers have filed a complaint about the deal with the National Labor Relations Board.

The dissidents have won some victories. Earlier this year, activists forced their leadership and management at the Frederic Cooper lamp factory to reinstate a five-day work week. And an unsuccessful leadership attempt to expel a dissident shop steward backfired, drawing even more support to the reform slate.

But activists have discovered that hundreds of ballots have disappeared from a 'secure' post office box -- in what activists charge is a repeat of the strategy to steal the election three years ago. Local 743 ballots will be counted this Saturday, October 16 from noon to 4PM at 4620 S. Tripp, and dissidents are urging the public to rally there with them in a show of solidarity for their struggle for union democracy.

Teamsters Local 743 New Leadership Slate website



Indymedia to U.S., U.K., Swiss and Italian Authorities: &quot;Hands Off Our Websites&quot;

Michigan, 12.10.2004 04:48

Evidence is beginning to mount that the authorities of at least four countries (Switzerland, Italy, U.K. and U.S.A.) are involved in last week's seizure of two of Indymedia's servers that brought down more than 20 of the Indymedia network's web sites and several internet radio streams. Indymedia has yet to receive any official statement or information about what the order entailed or why it was issued.



Bush's visit to Wausau protested...

Madison, 12.10.2004 03:00

About 150 to 200 demonstrators protested Bush's visit to central Wisconsin. Though forced to move around a lot by the SS and local lawmen, the demonstrators found a good corner to take at the main entrance to Marathon County Park - right off the four lane Stewart Ave in Wausau, WI.



Take Back The Media calls for Channel 23 Sponsor Boycott

Minneapolis/St. Paul, 12.10.2004 01:41

The boycott has been called against sponsors of all Sinclair owned and/or operated stations, also including Channel 2 in Cedar Rapids, Channel 17 in Des Moines, Channel 47 in Madison, and Channels 18 and 24 in Milwaukee. ALSO - WB 23 in Twin Cities



Stop rental application fee abuse - rally &amp; public hearing Wednesday

Minneapolis/St. Paul, 12.10.2004 01:41

Show Your Support for the Proposed Minneapolis Ordinance to Restrict the Charging of Rental Application Fees WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13, 2004 1:00 pm - RALLY 1st Floor of City Hall, Fourth Street and Third Avenue South in Minneapolis



The Fourth World War comes to the Twin Cities

Minneapolis/St. Paul, 12.10.2004 01:41

Big Noise Directors Rick Rowley and Jacquie Soohen bring their latest film to the Twin Cities for two shows. Sunday, October 24th -- 7:30pm at Macalester College in the John B. Davis Lecture Hall and 10:00 pm @ the Soap Factory in Minneapolis



Indymedia to U.S., U.K., Swiss and Italian Authorities: &quot;Hands Off Our Websites&quot;

Urbana-Champaign, 12.10.2004 00:41

Evidence is beginning to mount that the authorities of at least four countries (Switzerland, Italy, U.K. and U.S.A.) are involved in last week's seizure of two of Indymedia's servers that brought down more than 20 of the Indymedia network's web sites and several internet radio streams. Indymedia has yet to receive any official statement or information about what the order entailed or why it was issued.



OCTOBER 13 DEBATE IN TEMPE

Arizona, 12.10.2004 00:25

Tempe will become a police state, AZ Indymedia to set up a newsroom



Indymedia to U.S., U.K., Swiss and Italian Authorities: &quot;Hands Off Our Websites!&quot;

Boston, 11.10.2004 23:25

Evidence is beginning to mount that the authorities of at least four countries (Switzerland, Italy, U.K. and U.S.A.) are involved in last week's seizure of two of Indymedia's servers that brought down more than 20 of the Indymedia network's web sites and several internet radio streams. Indymedia has yet to receive any official statement or information about what the order entailed or why it was issued. An FBI spokesperson, Joe Parris, confirmed to Agence France-Presse that the FBI issued a subpoena to the provider who hosted the Indymedia servers in the U.K., but that it was "on behalf of a third country." (1) Daniel Zapelli, senior federal prosecutor for Geneva (Switzerland), confirmed that he has opened a criminal investigation into Indymedia coverage of the 2003 G8 Summit in Evian. (2) Zapelli will provide details of that investigation at a press conference on Tuesday.



Oct. 13: Final Hearing on Public Access TV

Baltimore, 11.10.2004 22:50

October 13, at City Hall, the key public hearing on the fate of Public Access TV in Baltimore will be held. Massive public display of interest is vital.



antifascism (en)

Barcelona, 11.10.2004 21:50

October 12th 2004: Nothing to celebrate. Resist the fascisms

About 12th october celebration Plataforma 12 d'octubre convoques to the acts in Barcelona. While there are new approaches, as Banyoles that declares itself antifascist city, or the reflexion of the holiday day of october 12th; for the first time the Generalitat' president assists to the military parade

Other acts:: In Mallorca against the hispanity:: Antifascist acts in Vic

More information: October 12th 1999

June 14th statement for the accused oct 12th 99:: Solidarity accused oct 12th 99

others

global action day, pachamerica

more info in section: antifascism



antifascismo (es)

Barcelona, 11.10.2004 21:29

12 octubre 2004: Nada a celebrar. Resistamos a los fascismos

De cara a la celebración del 12 de octubre la Plataforma 12 d'octubre convoca a los actos de Barcelona. Mientras se hacen nuevos planteamientos, como el caso de Banyoles que se declara ciudad antifascista, o la reflexión de la festividad del 12 de octubre; por primera vez el presidente de la Generalitat asiste al desfile militar

Otros actos:: En la ciudad de Mallorca contra la hispanidad:: Actos antifascistas en Vic

Más información: 12 octubre 1999

Comunicado 14 de junio por los encausados por el 12 oct 99:: Solidaridad detenidos 12 oct 99

otros

día de acción global, pachamérica

más info en la sección: antifascismo



antifeixisme (ca)

Barcelona, 11.10.2004 21:13

12 octubre 2004: Res a celebrar. Resistim els feixismes

De cara a la celebració del 12 d'octubre la Plataforma 12 d'octubre convoca als actes de Barcelona. Mentre que es fan nous plantejaments, com el cas Banyoles que es declara ciutat antifeixista, o la reflexió de la festivitat del 12 d'octubre; per primer cop el president de la Generalitat assisteix a la desfilada militar

Altres actes:: A la ciutat de Mallorca contra la hispanitat:: Actes antifeixistes a Vic

Més informació: 12 octubre 1999

Comunicat 14 juny pels encausats pel 12 oct 99:: Solidaritat detinguts 12 oct 99

altres: dia d'acció global, pachamèrica

més info a la secció: antifeixisme



Oct. 19: 'Globalize Liberation': David Solnit book release @ Red Emma's

Baltimore, 11.10.2004 20:43

David Solnit, renown street organizer for economic justice, appears at Red Emma's on his 'Globalize Liberation' book tour.



da scene

Houston, 11.10.2004 19:29



About Baghdad

Houston, 11.10.2004 18:37

Wendsday October 20th 7:30



Southern Oregon UNwelcomes Bush

Portland, 11.10.2004 17:36




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