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Chicago Independent TV in October features Summer of Chicago Activism

Chicago, 09.10.2008 05:08

The October 2008 episode of Chicago Independent Television documents a summer of activist efforts in Chicago in 2008, including protests at the Taste of Chicago and at the Chicago Air and Water Show. The episode also features protests against a possible U.S. bombing of Iran, and a commemoration of the famed 1968 Chicago protests against the Democratic National Convention.

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The Third Social Forum of the Americas Has Begun in Guatemala

Boston, 08.10.2008 18:09

Guatemala City -- October 7, 2008.- The Social Forum of the Americas has begun, with most of the nearly 2000 participants arriving today. The registration process begun normally while switching from an automated system to a manual one. All the packets and a beautiful bag where distributed to each registered delegate. There was not doubt here that Spanish is the official language of the forum. The other undisputed presence is that of the Mayan people. In fact, their presence has been felt not only in numbers, but also in spiritual influence. Mayan religious ceremonies have gone on at dawn and sundown.



Trwają strajki nauczycieli w Meksyku

Poland, 08.10.2008 17:41

Od kilku miesięcy trwają w Meksyku protesty środowisk nauczycielskich przeciw rządowej reformie edukacyjnej zakładającej zniesienie zabezpieczeń zatrudnienia, wspieranej przez szefa ich związku zawodowego. W ramach akcji protestacyjnej organizowane są strajki, blokady i okupacje lokali administracji publicznej. Strajk nauczycieli w stanie Morelos trwa już ponad 50 dni.



Chiapas: policja zastrzeliła 6 demonstrantów

Poland, 08.10.2008 15:10

W zeszły piątek, 3 października, w trakcie i po zakończeniu nocnej operacji rozpędzania Indian okupujących tzw. strefę archeologiczną Chinkultic koło Miguel Hidalgo w Chiapas meksykańska policja zastrzeliła 6 osób. Rannych zostało ponad 10 demonstrantów, ponad 30 zatrzymano. Lekkie obrażenia odniosło również kilkunastu policjantów



The Enclosed Public: Protest and Premonitions at the Vice-Presidential Debate in St. Louis

United States, 08.10.2008 14:07

A record television audience of almost 70 million people viewed the vice-presidential debate last Thursday night at Washington University's Athletic Complex in St. Louis. But nearly a mile out of view of the complex lay an example of what corporations, the media, and the state have together tried to quell in increasingly forceful ways: public dissent.

Over one hundred workers, activists, students, veterans and families gathered in Northmoor park near campus to voice alternatives to the candidates' discussion of abstract policy issues. Activist groups Instead of War, Code Pink, and Veterans for Peace organized the protest to highlight the narrow scope of the debate, and to expose the carefully mediated lack of public access to discussions of public policy. Read More, Pics & AUDIO



State Tries to Criminalise Conor Cregan

Ireland, 08.10.2008 12:39

More than two years have passed since these two ca ...



nazi's buiten

Oost-Vlaanderen, 08.10.2008 12:37

NSV debat draait uit op een NSV debacle



El Día que se ejecutó el crimen de Cho Vito

Canarias, 08.10.2008 09:12



Brighton bomb factory clash ahead

United Kingdom, 08.10.2008 08:39

A SHOW of strength by the police is expected by anti-war protesters gathering in Brighton on Wednesday October 15.

A mass demo against the South Coast city's weapons factory, EDO-MBM/ITT, is being staged and after the success of the last one, cops are thought to be planning a hardline approach.

Since 2001 over a million people have been killed worldwide by the US-UK War of Terror. EDO MBM/ITT supply weapons components for the US-UK war machine. Smash EDO has been campaigning for four and a half years to close down EDO.

The movement is growing - in June this year over 600 people came from around the country to the ‘Carnival Against the Arms Trade’. The Carnival managed to reach the Brighton bomb factory despite police attempts to stop it!



Battle of Seattle

Houston, 08.10.2008 06:09

"Battle of Seattle" Closes on October 9th - Call for Anti-capitalists to go watch it



Octubre

Colombia, 08.10.2008 05:38

Ahora a las movilizaciones indígenas



CUNY Rising: College Activists Mobilize Campus-Wide 3-Day Social Forum

NYC, 08.10.2008 04:23

Battered by budget cuts and burdensome tuition costs while facing an indifferent administration, students at the City University of New York (CUNY) will hold a three-day gathering to chart a course for reviving campus activism.



Todo el año es carnaval

Argentina, 08.10.2008 02:09

Murgas y Candombes salen a las Calles



Despenalización del aborto YA!!!

Argentina, 08.10.2008 02:09

Una lucha por la vida



Todo el año es carnaval

Argentina, 08.10.2008 01:09

Murgas y Candombes salen a las Calles



Multi Media Report Back: Hands Across the Columbia

Portland, 08.10.2008 00:38

About 100 people attended a Rally on the steps of the Capital building in Olympia Washington today, October 6, 2008, urging Governor Chris Gregoire to mount a legal challenge to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) approval of the Bradwood Liquefied Natural Gas terminal. The Rally was moderated by Dan Serres of Columbia Riverkeeper, who introduced a wide variety of speakers. Speakers included, from Washington State government, Rep. Dean Takko from Southern Oregon and Jay Manning, Director of Washington Department of Ecology. From Washington State citizen organizations concerned about the detrimental effects of the proposal were Ruby Wolf of the Cascade chapter of the Sierra Club, George Exum of Wahkiakum Friends of the Columbia River, Gerald Pollet, Seattle City Light Study Group and Gail, a forest land owner.

Also speaking were Monica of Rising Tide North America and Olivia Schmidt from the Columbia River Clean Energy Coalition.

Hands Across the Columbia



VIDEO: &quot;Impeachment Necessity and Economic Parachutes&quot;

Portland, 08.10.2008 00:38

The vigil on Thursdays outside a local congress office continues in this video that was filmed on 10.2.08



Multi Media Report Back: Hands Across the Columbia

Portland, 08.10.2008 00:38

About 100 people attended a Rally on the steps of the Capital building in Olympia Washington today, October 6, 2008, urging Governor Chris Gregoire to mount a legal challenge to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) approval of the Bradwood Liquefied Natural Gas terminal.



The Rally was moderated by Dan Serres of Columbia Riverkeeper, who introduced a wide variety of speakers.
Speakers included, from Washington State government, Rep. Dean Takko from Southern Oregon and Jay Manning, Director of Washington Department of Ecology.

From Washington State citizen organizations concerned about the detrimental effects of the proposal were Ruby Wolf of the Cascade chapter of the Sierra Club, George Exum of Wahkiakum Friends of the Columbia River, Gerald Pollet, Seattle City Light Study Group and Gail, a forest land owner.

Also speaking were Monica of Rising Tide North America and Olivia Schmidt from the Columbia River Clean Energy Coalition.



Fraud and Deception: The CDFA LBAM Eradication Program

Santa Cruz, CA, 08.10.2008 00:38

Glen Chase, a Professor of Systems Management, has released a third report detailing the methodical fraud that the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Management perpetrated to attempt to create a bogus emergency eradication program for the Light Brown Apple Moth (LBAM). This third report demonstrates the fraud and deception within the program strategy that CDFA Management used and is continuing to use to qualify for $100's of millions of dollars of emergency taxpayer funds, which were intended for real emergencies.



Mumia Abu-Jamal Faces US Supreme Court as New Book and Film Expose Injustice

DC, 07.10.2008 20:10

On Monday, Oct.6, in a ruling unrelated to death-row journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal's upcoming appeal of the recent Third Circuit decision denying a new guilt-phase trial, the US Supreme Court rejected his Post Conviction Relief Act (PCRA) appeal, which was asking the courts to hear newly discovered testimony from Kenneth Pate and Yvette Williams.



NCOR Closes after 11 Years

DC, 07.10.2008 20:10

Dear friends and allies of NCOR, The current organizing collective of the National Conference on Organized Resistance, together with ex-collective members, have decided to close the conference indefinitely, following the unavoidable reality that no AU students have volunteered to be part of the next organizing collective. There will be no NCOR 2009. Our strong hope is that other nonsectarian spaces emerge to support the intellectual development of the organized US Left. It is in the spirit of that desire that we write this statement, to communicate to the thousands of activists who have supported the conference since its inception to explain the reasons for its closing, remind ourselves of why it was important, and support efforts to create new radical intellectual conference spaces. But first…



Exigen refugio político

Argentina, 07.10.2008 19:39



The Irish in Foreign Armies : REMEMBRANCE

Ireland, 07.10.2008 16:09

Lest We Forget: WAR CRIMES The Remembrance ...



From the Newswire

Perth, 07.10.2008 14:40

Seeking asylum is a human right - not illegal



TAV �Qu� pensar� la Dama de Anboto?

Euskal Herria, 07.10.2008 08:09

No termina de creerse que poco a poco le est�n rompiendo Euskal Herria. El a�o pasado, en una de sus salidas desde Gorbea, qued� at�nita al ver que en Urbina-Luko ya hab�an arrancado las obras, que contin�an hacia Gasteiz por un lado y Legutio por el otro. Y desde entonces no ha estado tranquila ni en Balzola ni en Anboto. Desde all� ha visto c�mo llegaban las m�quinas y empezaban las obras en Abadi�o, en Durango, as� como por Arrasate. Y qu� decir de su inquietud cuando lleg� a Supelaur y vio que tambi�n estaban ya en Zaratamo. Se retir� a su casa de Atxorrotx, y con tristeza asisti� al comienzo del desbroce en Eskoriatza y pronto en Aramaio. Se acord� de su tierra del Goierri, lleg� a Murumendi y se top� con que las m�quinas ya rascaban y ara�aban en Ordizia e Itsasondo.

Se ha enfadado y todo el verano ha volado sobre su tierra, sus valles, sus montes, sus r�os, su Euskal Herria, recorriendo cada una de sus casas. Mari de Anboto ha visto y o�do tambi�n, que durante este tiempo tampoco ha cejado en su empe�o el movimiento contrario al TAV.

Desde lo alto asisti� a la XIII Acampada en Zaldibia, tras la cual han sido sucesivas las acciones directas noviolentas (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,11) y las manifestaciones (1, 2, 3, 4). Tambi�n las agresiones (1, 2) y los juicios (1). La Dama de Anboto sabe que la mayor�a de la gente de su pueblo vasco no quiere un TAV, y sabe tambi�n que no les atienden cuando se han hecho las consultas populares. A ella no le han preguntado.

Con la impotencia que siente, Mari quiz�s ahora se mude m�s all� de Zugarramurdi, hasta su hogar de Otsibarre; aunque qui�n sabe, visto el panorama, puede que incluso contin�e y termine por irse a Estrasburgo.



Banner fiesta

Argentina, 07.10.2008 05:39



Ocultamiento y aprietes

Argentina, 07.10.2008 05:39

Otra muerte en la construcción



Silencio, ocultamiento y falta de información

Argentina, 07.10.2008 05:09

Otra muerte en la construcción



Makah Grandmothers March arrives in PDX Sunday 10/5

Portland, 07.10.2008 04:21

Makah Grandmothers are walking from Neah Bay Washington to Arizona to bring awareness to issues that are impacting them and generations to come. Please come to Holiday Park (in front of Lloyd Center) to greet them as they arrive in Portland. As things stand now they are hoping to arrive about 4:00 p.m. There will be more info posted as it is available.
Below is an article written for the Port Angeles newspaper.........

PORT ANGELES — The grandmothers want their grandchildren to know when they see injustice, when someone tries to keep them quiet, they must speak out.

And if that doesn't work, walk out.

Which is what the three grandmothers, Makah tribal members from Neah Bay, did at 4 a.m. Wednesday.

Dotti Chamblin, Gail Adams and Rhonda Markishtum, whose ages total 181 years, began a 330-mile trek to Portland, Ore., with a walk into the early morning fog over the Makah Reservation.

They arrived in Port Angeles shortly before noon Wednesday and went to U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks' office at 322 E. Fifth St. to deliver a letter.

Dicks, the Democrat from Belfair who represents the 6th Congressional District, sits on the Appropriation subcommittee for the Department of the Interior, which oversees the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

The grandmothers' letter — four pages, single-spaced and containing their phone numbers — calls for better health care for Native Americans and better care for the land and waters that sustain them.

Treaty rights-
The letter also decries what the grandmothers believe are ongoing violations of Native American treaty rights.

Tribes in the 19th century signed pacts trading their lands for basic human rights, including hunting and fishing in designated places.

Such treaties are protected by the Constitution, Chamblin said, yet too many times over the decades, they have not been honored.

Among the treaty violations, the grandmothers believe, is the case of the five Makah men who hunted and killed a gray whale in the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Sept. 7, 2007.

The five were charged with violating the Marine Mammal Protection Act, a federal offense.



Protests greet Palin Visit to California

United States, 07.10.2008 02:37

From Los Angeles Indymedia: Clouds grayed the sky, but did not hamper attendance at either of the two anti-Sarah Palin rallies. Hundreds of activists arrived at both events to denounce the vice-presidential hopeful for her misogyny, ignorance, pettiness, and anti-democratic tendencies. A diversity among attendees and willingness to communicate characterized the day, particularly in Costa Mesa. Story/Photos:Women denounce Sarah Palin in Carson and Costa Mesa

From Indybay: Sarah Palin flew into San Francisco to attend a GOP fundraiser on October 5 but did not speak publicly and won't be staying a minute longer than necessary to collect money in the bay area. Several hundred angry protesters gathered in front of the Hyatt-Regency Hotel in Burlingame, adjacent to the San Francisco airport, to demonstrate their displeasure with the GOP platform. Following the vice-presidential candidates recent debate with Democratic candidate Joe Biden, many protesters' signs referred to Palin as an outright liar. Others took issue with her extremist views on abortion. Read More: Hundreds of Demonstrators Rally Outside Palin Fundraiser near San Francisco



Love &amp; Rage: An RNC Reportback

Rogue Valley, 07.10.2008 01:40

We agree to: a rejection of capitalism, imperialism, and the state; resist the commodification of our shared and living Earth; organize on the principles of decentralization, autonomy, sustainability, and mutual aid; work to end all relationships of domination and subjugation, including but not limited to those rooted in patriarchy, race, class, and homophobia; oppose the police and prison-industrial complex, and maintain solidarity with all targets of state repression; directly confront systems of oppression, and respect the need for a diversity of tactics. Our solidarity will be based on respect for a diversity of tactics and the plans of other groups. The actions and tactics used will be organized to maintain a separation of time or space. Any debates or criticisms will stay internal to the movement, avoiding any public or media denunciations of fellow activists and events. We oppose any state repression of dissent, including surveillance, infiltration, disruption and violence. We agree not to assist law enforcement actions against activists and others.



Despenalización del aborto YA!!!

Argentina, 07.10.2008 00:39

Una lucha por la vida



Critical Mass Miami Bike Ride Saturday October 11

Miami, 06.10.2008 22:07

Critical Mass Miami Bike Ride Saturday October 11



Clean Energy Rally in Coconut Grove at Peacock Park 11 am to12 pm - October 11

Miami, 06.10.2008 22:07

Clean Energy Rally in Coconut Grove at Peacock Park 11 am to12 pm - October 11



laboral (ca)

Barcelona, 06.10.2008 21:09

Currar 65 Hores? Ni de Conya!

Manifestació Contra les 65 Hores davant la seu de la UE, 7 Octubre 18:30 Passeig de Gràcia cantonada Provença

La modificació de la Directiva europea sobre el temps de treball és una enorme agressió contra la classe treballadora. Ens volen fer retrocedir un segle, posant-nos novament en jornades "legals" de 10 a 12 hores i sis dies per setmana. La Campanya Unitària contra les 65 hores convoca el dia 7 d'Octubre a les 18:30 a Passeig de Gràcia amb Provença, (al costat de la Pedrera, Metro Diagonal). Serà el primer acte de tot un seguit fins que no es retiri la directiva de l'Europa del Capital. Baixat el tríptic en Catalá - Castellá

Notícies relacionades: Convocatòria Manifestació :: Links video contra les 65 hores :: Especial 65hores en Kaosenlared :: Llistat d'entitats adherides a la campanya fins el 31agost :: Info de les primeres assemblees autoconvocades de la campanya :: Info inicial de la Campanya contra la Directiva Europea de les 65 hores :: Una altra vegada, més de 100 anys després ::: Comunicats de la CGT 1 i 2 ::: Comunicat del PCE



laboral (es)

Barcelona, 06.10.2008 21:09

Trabajar 65 horas? ¡Ni de coña!

Manifestación contra las 65 horas delante de la sede de la UE, 7 de Octubre 18:30h. Passeig de Gràcia esquina Provença

La modificación de la Directiva Europea sobre el tiempo de trabajo es una enorme agresión contra la clase trabajadora. Nos quieren hacer retroceder un siglo, poniéndonos nuevamente en jornadas “legales” de 10 a 12 horas y seis días a la semana. La Campaña Unitaria contra las 65 horas convoca el día 7 de Octubre a las 18:30h en Passeig de Gràcia con Provença, (al lado de la Pedrera, Metro Diagonal). Será el primer acto de otros muchos hasta que no se retire la Directiva de la Europa del Capital. Bájate el tríptico en Catalán - Castellano

Noticias relacionadas: Convocatoria Manifestación :: Enlaces video contra las 65 horas :: Especial 65 horas en Kaosenlared :: Listado de entidades adheridas a la campaña hasta el 31 de agosto :: Info de las primeras asambleas auto convocadas de la campaña :: Info inicial de la Campaña contra la Directiva Europea de las 65 horas :: Otra vez 100 años más tarde ::: Comunicados de la CGT 1 i 2 ::: Comunicado del PCE



What You Should Know About Grand Juries

Santa Cruz, CA, 06.10.2008 18:38

Grand juries are one of the good intentions paving the road to our current legal system. Unlike a trial jury, which decides whether a suspect is guilty, a grand jury merely decides whether there's probable cause to prosecute a suspect on felony charges. The goal was to create a filter to catch unjustified felony cases and stop them at an early stage, so that the suspect wouldn't be wrongfully prosecuted (and have to spend unnecessary time in jail and unnecessary money on lawyers). But it all went very wrong.



Women denounce Sarah Palin in Carson and Costa Mesa

LA, 06.10.2008 17:38

Women denounce Sarah Palin in Carson and Costa Mesa



Low-paid workers strike and protest at multiple stores

Aotearoa, 06.10.2008 09:40

In Auckland and Hamilton low-paid workers at McDonald's and the Farmers department store are striking and protesting for better pay and working conditions.

The strikes started on September 19th with workers working out of Otara McDonald's, to be accompanied on the picket line by a giant inflatable rat. October 3 saw staff at six different McDonald's walk out, five in Auckland and one in Hamilton. The striking workers at the Auckland Airport McDonald's travelled into the city to support strikers at two other stores, while when the Hamilton strikers left their store, only managers specially brought the 130km down from Auckland were left to run the store. During these strikes, which lasted for several hours or longer, many customers left without food rather than cross the picket lines.



From the Newswire

Perth, 06.10.2008 07:40

UWA SILENCING DISSENT OVER PROPOSED BUSHLAND DEVELOPMENT



Women denounce Sarah Palin in Carson and Costa Mesa

LA, 06.10.2008 06:39

Women denounce Sarah Palin in Carson and Costa Mesa



The People Have Spoken Coalition Rally: City Hall

NYC, 06.10.2008 05:09

Norman Siegel's new The People Have Spoken Coalition held a press conference and rally for on Sunday at 2:00 PM on the steps of City Hall.



From the Newswire

Perth, 06.10.2008 04:40

Proposed Alice Springs Uranium Mine a "Travesty"



The Indypendent Issue #126: Way to Go, Wall Street!

NYC, 06.10.2008 01:38

The United States’ economy is teetering towards recession, and the Indypendent expands its usual coverage to 20 pages of material, with the economic crisis covered in full. Indypendent editor Arun K. Gupta and reporter Max Fraad Wolff analyze the financial crisis by looking at the housing crisis and how we got into this whole mess. Bennett Baumer has a unique take on how the bailout passed by Congress will affect NYC’s affordable housing.

See below for “everything you ever wanted to know about the biggest economic meltdown since the Great Depression but were afraid to ask.”

CUNY Rising: College Activists Mobilize Campus-Wide 3-Day Social Forum || A Green Outpost Grows in Brooklyn || Wall St. Bailout May Hammer Tenants || Digital Gold Up for Grabs || Community Calendar Oct. 7-23 || Reader Comments || Wail Street || Wall St. Crisis: Back to the Future || How to Wreck the Economy || The Economy is Dying || The Road to Recovery || It’s Housing Stupid! || Hispanic Panic: GOP Stokes Fears of ‘Illegal’ Voters || Thank You Sarah Palin! || The Illusion of Post-Racial America || Right-Wing Forces Send Shockwaves Through Bolivia || Bordering on a Humanitarian Crisis || Starting Fresh: Ecuador Launches New Era After Approving Leftist Constitution || World Briefs || The Scars of War: A Review of In Conflict || Mean Streets, One World: A Review of Elite Squad (”Tropa de Elite”) || The Great Divide: A Review of This Land is Their Land || The A-String: Purple Haze



Hundreds of Demonstrators Rally Outside Palin Fundraiser near San Francisco

San Francisco Bay Area, 06.10.2008 01:11

Sarah Palin flew into San Francisco to attend a GOP fundraiser October 5. Several hundred angry protestors gathered in front of the Hyatt-Regency Hotel in Burlingame, adjacent to the San Francisco airport, to demonstrate their displeasure with the GOP platform. Palin's motorcade arrived at the Hyatt-Regency in Burlingame at about 11:00am though she was scheduled to speak to a fundraising brunch at 10:30am. Following the vice-presidential candidate's recent debate with Democratic candidate Joe Biden and her attacks on Obama's character made at a speech in Carson, California on October 4th, many protestors' signs referred to Palin as an outright liar.



Images from Tenants Rally for Affordable Housing

NYC, 05.10.2008 22:38

Tenants and allies from across New York City gathered in Harlem on a rainy Wednesday, October 1 to demand "Real Rent Reform" amid the housing crisis. October 1 was Day 1 of new rent hikes for over 1 million rent stabilized apartments, at a time when New Yorkers face rising prices, falling wages, cutbacks and layoffs. Tenant activists came with 4 demands: Reinstate Home Rule over Rent & Eviction Rules. Repeal Vacancy Decontrol. Reform the Rent Guidelines Board. Save Affordable Housing in the Mitchell-Lama and Section 8 Projects. Following are images from October 1.



Makah Grandmothers March arrives in PDX Sunday 10/5

Portland, 05.10.2008 21:39

Makah Grandmothers are walking from Neah Bay Washington to Arizona to bring awareness to issues that are impacting them and generations to come. Please come to Holiday Park (in front of Lloyd Center) to greet them as they arrive in Portland. As things stand now they are hoping to arrive about 4:00 p.m. There will be more info posted as it is available.
Below is an article written for the Port Angeles newspaper.........

PORT ANGELES — The grandmothers want their grandchildren to know when they see injustice, when someone tries to keep them quiet, they must speak out.

And if that doesn't work, walk out.

Which is what the three grandmothers, Makah tribal members from Neah Bay, did at 4 a.m. Wednesday.

Dotti Chamblin, Gail Adams and Rhonda Markishtum, whose ages total 181 years, began a 330-mile trek to Portland, Ore., with a walk into the early morning fog over the Makah Reservation.

They arrived in Port Angeles shortly before noon Wednesday and went to U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks' office at 322 E. Fifth St. to deliver a letter.

Dicks, the Democrat from Belfair who represents the 6th Congressional District, sits on the Appropriation subcommittee for the Department of the Interior, which oversees the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

The grandmothers' letter — four pages, single-spaced and containing their phone numbers — calls for better health care for Native Americans and better care for the land and waters that sustain them.



Bailout Opposed from Coasts to Heartland — but House Passes Bill

United States, 05.10.2008 19:07

HR 1424 passes - Bush announces he will sign it into law immediately, thanks Nancy Pelosi, Barney Frank and other Congressional leadership for their cooperation. Final vote total: Democrats: 154 yes; 58 nays — Republicans: 86 yeas; 103 nays — 31 Reps not voting Read More: Wall Street to Democratic Party - Thanks, Suckers from DC-IMC

Los Angeles: The protest initiated by Code Pink Women for Peace did receive some local corporate media coverage... This Indymedia reporter did have the chance to speak with No Bail Out activist Peter Thottam. Peter is a former employee of Goldman Sacks and is now a sharp critic of the Wall Street investment banking industry and its relation with the policy makers in the government. Full Report with Audio Interview: No Wall Street Bailout Protesters Picket at Obama LA Office

Urbana-Chamapign, IL: Wednesday night at rush hour, approximately 30 people assembled outside the Illinois Terminal in downtown Champaign to protest the proposed $700 billion bailout of Wall Street.. Many passers-by in traffic along University Ave. waved or honked in support, and at least one veteran in fatigues waved from his red truck. Read More: http://www.ucimc.org/node/3428

Pictured — New York City: Activists Scale Flagpole Behind Iconic Merrill Lynch Bull, Raise Banner | | | Related: Rebel Diaz reports on the criminal Wall Street bailout! New song/video "A Trillion" Out Now!!



Indynewswire for October 3, 2008: Gender and Violence in Mexico

Santa Cruz, CA, 05.10.2008 18:08

The indynewswire show airs weekly on Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1 FM, Friday mornings 10-12 noon, broadcasting news and opinion from independent media worldwide, focused on indymedia sites but also drawing from other websites. The October 3rd episode features discussion of sexual violence, patriarchy, and militarism across Mexico. This show is dedicated to Sali (Marcella Grace Eiler), found dead September 24th in San Jose del Pacifico, Oaxaca, Mexico.



Skid Row Artists Documentary

LA, 05.10.2008 17:39

HUMBLE BEAUTY: Skid Row Artists Documentary




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