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Contra a Anistia aos Torturadores

CMI Brasil, 12.04.2010 22:07


TACOMA: Anti-Prison, Anti-Border Noise Demonstration @ Northwest Detention Center

Portland, 12.04.2010 21:09

The Northwest Detention Center is located in the tide flats of Tacoma at 1623 East J Street. Plan to be in front of the prison at 11AM on Saturday April 17th. Bring anything that makes hella *noise* plus fliers (anti-prison, anti-border, anti-ICE/cops, etc.) banners, signs, etc.

Sea Lion Party in the Gorge! Report Back

Portland, 12.04.2010 21:09

Sea lion defenders held a community building vegan faux fish fry and sea lion party in the Columbia gorge today. Mother nature smiled on the event. On the way up we could see that spring had brought new life into the world again. The trees are all leafing out in tender green again, and the salmon are churning up into the river again. With them, as always, have come the sea lions and the osprey and the eagles and all the others who awaken and return with the spring. Thanks to everyone who turned out! I will let the pictures speak louder than the words.

Breaking News Archive Enough Is Enough Anti-Police Brutality/Murder March 4/11/10

Portland, 12.04.2010 21:09

*60 people at bandstand at Pennisula Park. Enough is Enough is a protest of recent deaths by Oregon Public Safety officers.
*60 people gathered in Peninsula Park. March starts at 8:45pm to 449 NE Emerson-NE Police Precinct.

Radical History Bike Tour

Houston, 12.04.2010 20:09

Radical History Bike Tour Rolls through Houston

Patti Smith

Houston, 12.04.2010 19:39

Monday, April 19: Cultural Narrative Patti Smith: Just Kids

Asamblea por el Boleto Estudiantil

Argentina, 12.04.2010 17:10

Asamblea por el Boleto Estudiantil

BART Action Disrupts Trains with &quot;No Justice, No Rush&quot; in San Francisco

San Francisco Bay Area, 12.04.2010 07:10

Over 200 people demonstrated in San Francisco BART stations to push for justice and accountability in the murder of Oscar Grant. Protesters took various trains and chanted "No justice, no rush" -- slowing their walk onto trains in order to disrupt BART's normal rush hour schedule. Police began to try to push or pull demonstrators out of train car doorways. BART trains were disrupted and delayed about 15 minutes in both directions by the action. One person was arrested on misdemeanor charges which have since been dropped.

Collateral Murder: Wikileaks releases video of Journalist Shooting

United States, 12.04.2010 06:07

WikiLeaks has released a classified US military video depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad — including two Reuters news staff. Reuters has been trying to obtain the video through the Freedom of Information Act, without success since the time of the attack. The video, shot from an Apache helicopter gun-site, clearly shows the unprovoked slaying of a wounded Reuters employee and his rescuers. Two young children involved in the rescue were also seriously wounded.

The military did not reveal how the Reuters staff were killed, and stated that they did not know how the children were injured. More: Democracy Now Interview | Rochester IMC coverage | Buffalo IMC coverage |

FERC Approves Ruby Pipeline; Wyo to Malin, OR

Rogue Valley, 12.04.2010 05:40

Recent FERC approval of the Ruby Pipeline proposed to deliver natural gas from Wyoming to Malin, OR happens to be the same location where the Pacific Connector proposed from Coos Bay would enter CA. Local residents, environmentalists and others are concerned that the many miles of pipeline delivering natural gas would also cause significant damage in the event of an earthquake or other natural hazards. Furthermore this distribution into CA is coming at the expense of neighbor states and decreases the chance of CA ratepayers ever obtaining true energy independence.

Banner Guerrieri Amelong - Vigilia y sentencia

Argentina, 12.04.2010 04:49

Banner Guerrieri Amelong - Vigilia y sentencia

Earth Day Santa Cruz 2010

Santa Cruz, CA, 12.04.2010 00:39

Earth Day 2010 will take place on Saturday, April 17th from 11am to 4pm, rain or shine, at the San Lorenzo Park in Santa Cruz. There will be activities for kids, educational information, live music, a river clean-up, a compost workshop, an earthen plaster demonstration, and much more.

April 15: Crash The Tea Parties!

DC, 11.04.2010 20:10

On April 15th thousands of right-wingers will attend rallies in cities and towns across the United States. The organizers of this nationwide day of protest call it a tea party. This tea party movement that emerged only a year ago is a coalition of conservatives, anti-Semites, fascists, libertarians, racists, constitutionalists, militia men, gun freaks, homophobes, Ron Paul supporters, Alex Jones conspiracy types and American flag wavers. Who: FreedomWorks Foundation What: April 15th, 2010 Tax Day Tea Party in Washington, DC When: April 15th, evening, (tentatively 6:00pm to 9:30pm) Where: The Washington Monument grounds

Photo-story:Thousands march in memory of Toyosi Shitta-bey

Ireland, 11.04.2010 13:09

Thousands turned out for a rally of solidarity and ...

Cops Crack Down On Labor Outside Fred Meyer

Portland, 11.04.2010 09:09

In an apparent labor dispute, two union workers were standing outside Fred Meyers on SE 39th & Hawthorne handing out flyers. Suddenly, two portland cops [in two patrole cars] drove up & approached them. What i wittnessed was a deliberate crack down on union laborers!
Just a short while ago (4:45pm approximately), i was leaving the Fred Meyers store on SE 39th & Hawthorne. There were two members of FMs' union handing out flyers (see photos). UFCW Local 555 is in a labor dispute with Kroger, which owns FM. The particualar dispute is regarding FM workers in Bend,OR & their ongoing attemps to gain a fair contract with Kroger. The two union members who were flyering outside FM today (they hadn't been there for more than 20 minutes) were approached by two Portland cops. They were threated with arrest if they did not leave immediately!

Solidarity and Repression in Seattle Anti-Police Protest

Portland, 11.04.2010 09:09

Today, Friday April 9, about 80 people came together at Seattle Central Community College to protest the police and stand in solidarity with those arrested for fighting back. Anarchists had published a call-out for West Coast days of action on April 8 and 9 in support of the struggles in Portland and the Bay Area that erupted after recent police killings, and folks in Seattle responded by organizing this protest.
In the days leading up to the protest, hundreds of posters, stickers, and flyers were put up or handed out around the center of the city, criticizing the violent role of the police in our society and urging people to come out to the march.
The protest, which included a small black bloc, a marching band, a group of homeless youth activists, and others, marched through the Central District/Capital Hill area. On the way to the police precinct, people took the streets, though after a little more than a block, bike cops and horse cops responded to shove people back onTO the sidewalk.

Cornelius Cops murder another in likely mental health crisis

Portland, 11.04.2010 09:09

Pigs kill again as a 24 year old "white" "man" was murdered after being tasered and pepper sprayed multiple times this morning just 25 miles outside of Portland. It seems likely that the person was experiencing a mental health crisis as the pigs claim he was partially clothed and displaying erratic and what they are calling violent behavior. He was also doing such things in a rich neighborhood! The cornelius pigs initially on the scene responded to the person with a taser and "wrestling" him. They then called for back up and Forest Grove pigs proceeded to tase the person again also using pepper spray and cuffing the man. In this brutalized state the person stopped breathing and was soon pronounced dead in custody.

Germans Give Americans Lessons in How to Fight Gentrification

DC, 11.04.2010 00:10

By night Berlin has become a battlefield. Each morning reveals new casualties: burned out cars. There have been over 500 in the past three years. These nocturnal arson attacks are part of a protracted campaign of resistance to the city’s increasing gentrification, retaliatory strikes against the loss of areas of the city that have long fostered alternative culture and anticapitalist activity. As more and more residents are priced out of their own neighborhoods, such acts of sabotage have become the last-ditch efforts of the dispossessed…

Massey Mines Kills 29 Miners

DC, 11.04.2010 00:10

4/10 11am: Last 4 miners found dead. 4/5: Explosion at Massey Mine on Coal River Kills at Least 25 - @3 pm on 4/5, explosion at Massey subsidiary Performance Coal’s Upper Big Branch longwall mine in Montcoal, West Virginia kills miners. Coal Tatoo, West Virginia Gazette || A history of violations at Upper Big Branch mine || Climate Ground Zero || Massey Energy Frequently Targets Politicians

250 March for Healthcare &amp; Education Against Repub Cuts

New Orleans, 10.04.2010 23:40

250 March for Healthcare & Education Against Repub Cuts

Se debate el futuro de la ciudad en La Plata

Argentina, 10.04.2010 23:09

Un código urbano para los grandes capitales

Collateral Murder: Wikileaks releases video of Journalist Shooting

Rochester, 10.04.2010 21:08

WikiLeaks has released a classified US military video depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad — including two Reuters news staff. Reuters has been trying to obtain the video through the Freedom of Information Act, without success since the time of the attack. The video, shot from an Apache helicopter gun-site, clearly shows the unprovoked slaying of a wounded Reuters employee and his rescuers. Two young children involved in the rescue were also seriously wounded.

The military did not reveal how the Reuters staff were killed, and stated that they did not know how the children were injured.

More: Democracy Now Interview | Full Article

Debate - Cesare Battisti

CMI Brasil, 10.04.2010 18:37


SchNEWS 717: Counter Strike

United Kingdom, 10.04.2010 18:09


Roll up, roll up, one and all for the ‘Counter Terror’ Expo 2010. Kicking off at London’s Kensington Olympia on April 14th, the two day event will showcase the surveillance and ‘security’ technologies of 250 companies hoping for a slice of the paranoia dollar. Also on the Big Brother bandwagon are NATO, the MoD and other representative associations from the police, military and private security industry. There are several good reasons to show up at 12pm, Wednesday 14th April (at Olympia Way W14) and counter the terror expo.

The New York Anarchist Film Festival

NYC, 10.04.2010 16:09


The Indypendent Issue 149: Nuclear Shock: While Obama touts nuclear power as a green energy solution, Southwest communities resist uranium mining boom

NYC, 10.04.2010 16:09

Indypendent editor Jessica Lee and Indigenous Action Media member Klee Benally report on uranium mining in the Southwest in the latest issue of the Indypendent:

“The American Southwest has again become ground zero in the debate about nuclear power.

Since December, miners have resumed crawling deep into the earth on the edge of the Grand Canyon to mine high-grade uranium ore at the Arizona 1 Mine, which had been closed since the late 1980s. Owned by the Canadian Denison Mines Corp., it is the first uranium mine to open in northern Arizona since nuclear power again became a popular idea in Washington within the last decade. The greater Grand Canyon area faces a possible explosion in the number of new uranium mines.

The price of uranium has rebounded in recent years due to a surge in reactor construction throughout the world and thanks to political support from the White House, starting with George W. Bush and reinforced by Barack Obama. The price has varied from $10 to $138 per pound since 2001, and is currently valued at $41.25 per pound.”

For more, see the link to “Resisting the Nuclear Boom,” below.

Also in this issue: an interview with the director of an epic film about the struggle to end apartheid in South Africa; a report from Rio de Janeiro on Brazil’s crackdown on street vendors and the poor ahead of the 2016 Olympics; and a first person look at the struggle to save endangered whales from hunters.

Bed-Stuy Med Volunteers Step Up in Haiti || Judge Blocks Controversial School Closings || Growing a Diverse Food Movement: Interview with Karen Washington || Nourishing Our Youth || Dream Walkers: Students Head to D.C. to Bring Attention to Undocumented Youth || Community Calendar || Reader Comments || Resisting the Nuclear Boom: A new wave of uranium mining threatens Indigenous communities in the Southwest || Mobilizing for Immigrant Rights || FIRST PERSON: Ocean Warriors Fight for Endangered Whales || Brazilian Crackdown: It’s Giuliani-time as Rio de Janeiro goes for the gold || International News Briefs || Film Brings Anti-Apartheid Movement to Life: Interview with director Connie Field || Corralling the Crowd: A Review of The Taming of the American Crowd || Other Dimensions: Liars Deliver a Musical Rorschach || Web Exclusive: Italy, Yesterday and Today: A Review of Vincere

Poland, 10.04.2010 15:40

24 kwietnia 2010 roku odbędzię się nie tylko demonstracja
antyfaszystowska w Białymstoku, ale także antyatomowa w Warszawie. O
godzinie 14.00 na Placu Zamkowym spotkają się przeciwnicy energii
jądrowej, aby zaprotestować przeciwko budowie elektrowni atomowej w
Polsce. Poniżej odezwa organizatorów.

Para o CMI Tefé não póde! Para a Natura póde!: Quando o publico virá privado

CMI Brasil, 10.04.2010 15:07

Calle tomada + presos

Argentina, 10.04.2010 02:39


Colombia, 10.04.2010 02:09

>Ocho mineros fueron asesinados en “Alto de Ovejas” zona rural del municipio de Suárez, en el departamento de Cauca


Colombia, 10.04.2010 02:09

Ocho mineros fueron asesinados en “Alto de Ovejas” zona rural del municipio de Suárez, en el departamento de Cauca

Imprisoning Palestinian Children

Boston, 09.04.2010 23:09

Children treated as abusively as adults

lyrics from Lockdown

Houston, 09.04.2010 21:09

Lyrics From Lockdown: Bryonn Bain

Symbolic Protest

Ireland, 09.04.2010 16:09

‘Religious Abuse Truth’ held a symbolic protest at ...

Transit Riders Union Protests At Wed Trimet Austerity Cuts Hearing

Portland, 09.04.2010 15:39

21 people commented at two nights of hearings re the proposed TriMet fare hike and bus cuts to up to 60 routes. TRU urges the TriMet board to defeat both proposals from staff, come up with alternate funding, and TRU calls for the TriMet board to be elected (not appointed by Oregon's govenor, which is currently the case).
At the Wednesday austerity cuts and fare hike hearing held by TriMet, Transit Riders Union came out opposing both the five cents a ride fare hike and proposed bus and MAX cuts. 17 people talked at this hearing held at the Portland Building in downtown Portland, all opposing the cuts and fare hike. A hearing the night before at Clackamas Community College drew 4 people who made comments. A third hearing is tonight at a location that TriMet was very unclear about -- the TriMet official told us that the location is close to the 15 bus and to MAX by Mall 205, at Academy School, but he wasn't exactly sure how to get there, etc.

April Bark About to the Proposed Clackamas River Palomar Pipeline

Portland, 09.04.2010 15:39

One of the best ways to help stop LNG development in Oregon is to get on the ground and see what is threatened for yourself. The Palomar Pipeline threatens to clearcut some of our remaining ancient forests in Mt. Hood National Forest. By witnessing our forests as they stand today, you will be a stronger advocate for their future!
For the monthly Bark we will be hiking to the proposed pipeline route along the Wild and Scenic Clackamas River, staying on trail for most of the day. The trail is easy to moderate hiking. We will be hiking approximately three miles. It also provides fantastic views, so don't forget your camera!

&quot;The Road Bloc&quot;

Portland, 09.04.2010 15:39

on the evening of april 8th, 2010, portlanders respond to a westcoast call out against police brutality, creating a temporary autonomous zone, free of police, while calling for justice for survivors and victims of the power of the police.
check check the link:

Ashland CarShare Anniversary Party Friday!

Rogue Valley, 09.04.2010 12:40

The Ashland CarShare Anniversary Party will feature live music, food, drinks, and a raffle. It will be an opportunity to meet the Board of Directors, learn more about car sharing, and socialize with like-minded people. This milestone is a cause for celebration in our community.

April 9, 2010


Standing Stone Brewing Company, 101 Oak St., Ashland, Oregon

Live music provided by Andy Combs and the Moth and Flown in Fresh

Suggested donation: $10

Mike Eli: &quot;Capitalism is At Fault in China and It Is at Fault Upper Big Branch.&quot;

San Francisco Bay Area, 09.04.2010 10:09

Mike Eli, writes about the mine blast at Massey's Upper Big Branch:"I have (as you can imagine) watched the coverage of Upper Big Branch closely...But if you had sat alongside me listening to those news report, you would not have known what every single miner in southern West Virginia knows: Massey was the national flagship of union breaking."

Community Studies Major Suspended at UC Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA, 09.04.2010 09:38

On April 7th, UC Santa Cruz issued a statement that the undergraduate Community Studies major has been suspended. The suspension restricts new admission to the major for at least two years. Professor and Department Chair B. Ruby Rich notes that, "Community Studies has roots back to the early days of [UC Santa Cruz] and a devoted following among students, alumni, and community organizations." In an interview with campus radio station KZSC, Community Studies Lecturer & Field Study Coordinator Mike Rotkin stated, "I don't want to be cynical, but there's been a number of programs that have been put on suspension in the past, none of them have ever come back."

Portland Officer Faces Retaliation After Raising Concerns About Nice

Portland, 09.04.2010 05:09

Portland Police officer Thomas Brennan was transferred to the property warehouse five days after going to the media with his concerns about Sergeant Kyle Nice. Brennan believed his sergeant to be under too much stress to be working the streets, and recommended that he be removed from his usual duties.

This was in response to an interaction that occurred when police received a call about two houseless men playing music outside of Huber's Restaurant. Brennan says that he had already convinced the two men to move along when Nice showed up and began yelling that they were not free to leave. Nice proceeded to yell at the two men and, from Brennan's account, use harsh language and threaten the two men with arrest.

Communiqué From the Streets of Portland

Portland, 09.04.2010 05:09

Today, fifty anarchists arrived at five p.m with the intention of taking and holding space at the intersection where the death of James Chasse occurred. At some point during the night, a creative and sneaky comrade had changed the street sign at the intersection to read "James Ave," a tribute to the lost community member who was killed at the hands of the Portland Police in 2006.

Immediately, individuals began to break into affinity groups and carry out the tasks they had agreed to do together. While people began stringing caution tape across the intersection, others grabbed wooden pallets and began to stack them together to create a barricade. Banners were hung across these impromptu structures. Others grabbed trash cans, cardboard and other reinforcements. Soon, a dumpster was reclaimed from a near by business and rolled into the intersection and then overturned. Another dumpster soon followed. These dumpsters soon became drum sets, and voices rose to greet them with chants of "another man is deceased, who's to blame, the police."

The Reporters are to Blame Says DOD, In Response to Video Showing Killing of Reporters

DC, 09.04.2010 04:10

DOD responded to the gun-camera video leaked by WikiLeaks, showing an apache helicopter killing 2 Reuters reporters and seriously injuring 2 children, by releasing redacted investigation reports that blamed the reporters. The investigating officer concluded, “the cameramen made no effort to visibly display their status as press or media representatives;” …“their familiar behavior with, and close proximity to, the armed insurgents and their furtive attempts to photograph the Coalition Ground Forces made them appear as hostile combatants to the Apaches that engaged them.” 2nd Brigade Combat Team Investigation || 1st Air Cavalry Brigade investigation || WikiLeaks Video || Reuters Memorial


Argentina, 09.04.2010 03:09

Primer Encuentro Anticarcelario en Córdoba

banner anti carcelario

Argentina, 09.04.2010 02:09

banner anti carcelario

Capitol Deal Underway: School Board &amp; Newspaper Lobbyists Throw Public School Students, Parents Under the Information Reform Bus

United States, 09.04.2010 00:37

Educational justice is being compromised in a state known for making kids a priority. The average citizen is about to gain a streamlined, cheaper way to resolve disputes over government data requests (HF2899/SF2354) via the Office of Administrative Hearings, but a glaring exclusion was placed on educational data. In other words, people seeking to resolve conflicts over government data can now go before an Administrative Law Judge instead of suing the government agency in question. However, if the dispute in question involves school records, you still have to file in district court.

Minnesota Newspaper Association lobbyist Mark Anfinson, a leader of the corporatist media lobby, has hyped this bill as an information freedom improvement not intended to create a "privileged class for journalists." Well, that’s misleading, because what it does do is create an underprivileged class of students and parents. Twin Cities Indymedia has found Anfinson and Thomas Deans, counsel for the Minnesota School Boards Association, arranged to cut out educational data from the deal, because the school boards threatened to block the bill, according to interviews (below). This bill may win House passage any day this week, and advocates suggest citizens contact their legislators immediately -- on the Senate side it's now at the Finance Committee.

Below the fold: Edited audio of key House hearings, interviews with transparency & parent/student advocates, how Anfinson & Deans did the deal. More: Earlier HF2899/SF2234 data practices bill coverage: Jon Collins in MnIndependent | AP 

Causa Guerrieri-Amelong

Argentina, 08.04.2010 23:10

La última audiencia


Argentina, 08.04.2010 22:09

El Grupo Uno acató la conciliación obligatoria


Argentina, 08.04.2010 22:09

El Grupo Uno acató la conciliación obligatoria

VIDEO: Anti Police Violence Protest Portland -3/29 5-6:30pm

Portland, 08.04.2010 21:38

This is footage from the first hour and a half of the Anti Police Violence Protest
A protest that erupted in the streets for over 5 hours on 3/29 due to all the recent rise in killings by the police in Portland Oregon

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