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Cantidad de jueces en Supremo

Puerto Rico, 08.11.2010 17:49

La revolución no bajará por orden del Tribunal Supremo



Hoja de Ruta por el derecho al territorio y la libertad de Sabino Romero

Venezuela, 08.11.2010 16:37

Somos indígenas que venimos de distintas comunidades y de 12 pueblos, representando los 43 pueblos que existen en venezuela. Algunos vivimos en las sierras, otros somos gente de morichales de costas y de ríos, también entre nosotros hay muchos que viven en las selvas y en las sabanas. Todos venimos desde muy lejos hasta Caracas porque queremos decir nuestra palabra directamente al Presidente Hugo Chávez Frías.



Ontruimingsronde Amsterdam [info, tijdslijn en meer]

Netherlands, 08.11.2010 15:18

Op 9 november zal de eerste ontruimingsronde na de invoering van de wet 'Kraken en Leegstand' plaatsvinden. Hier kun je een tijdslijn, links naar nieuws en persberichten vinden en zelf updates kunnen geven. Heb je een update of ooggetuigenverslag? Bel deze dan door naar: 06 26 069 135 .



Movidito, movidito

Argentina, 08.11.2010 05:32



Vecin@s se oponen a la instalación de una subestación transformadora

Argentina, 08.11.2010 05:32

La lucha de l@s vecinos "Sol y Río de Pie"



Vecin@s se oponen a la instalación de una subestación transformadora

Argentina, 08.11.2010 05:32

La lucha de "Sol y Río de Pie"



From the Newswire

Perth, 08.11.2010 04:49

Perth City to Shut Down for CHOGM11



Manifestação contra Estaleiro OSX foi reprimida pela Polícia Naval

Brasil, 08.11.2010 03:45

REPRESSÃO



TheFightBack.org: An Afterschool Program Worth Saving

DC, 08.11.2010 02:19

For the last decade and without much fanfare, City Gate has been operating year-round youth programs throughout the District of Columbia, particularly east of the Anacostia River. The Washington Post recently reported that 43 percent of African-American children in D.C. are living in poverty. East of the Anacostia River in Wards 7 and 8, where unemployment stands at more than 30 percent, child poverty is even greater. In such an environment, there is great need for quality youth programs. City Gate’s funding for its programming at the Merrick Center this past summer came through a grant from D.C.’s Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) to Youth Engaged for Success (YES). While City Gate ran a successful program, the organization has not received the more than $60,000 it is owed, according to Rev. Lynn Bergfalk, City Gate’s founder. Listen to Rev. Lynn Bergfalk



Johannes Mehserle Gets Minimum Sentence of Two Years

Rochester, 08.11.2010 01:40

On Friday, November 5th, former BART police officer Johannes Mehserle was sentenced for the shooting death of Oscar Grant, III. Mehserle received the minimum jail sentence possible from Judge Robert Perry, two years. Subtracting the 146 days Mehserle has already been behind bars in an LA County jail and another 146 days for "good behavior," he is expected to be released from state prison in less than one year from now. Concerned community members gathered together in Frank Ogawa Plaza by Oakland City Hall to respond to the sentencing and to honor Oscar. Police arrested 152 people in a march that followed.

original article



Black Mesa Benefit with Free Land Hip-Hop Theatre Show

Santa Cruz, CA, 07.11.2010 21:45

On Sunday November 7th, there will a benefit at 7pm in Santa Cruz for Dine (Navajo) indigenous resistance communities at Big Mountain / Black Mesa, AZ who are in their third decade of resisting the expansion of coal strip mining operations and forced relocation from their traditional homeland by the US government. This benefit is part of the 2010 Fall Caravan of Support. On November 20th, work crews from Santa Cruz and all across the country will converge in support of the indigenous resistance communities of Black Mesa / Big Mountain.



Don't Allow the Defunding of NPR

Portland, 07.11.2010 01:15

Sarah Palin recently called on Congress to cut all funds for National Public Radio. Palin wrote that we should "defund" NPR after it fired news analyst Juan Williams for comments he made on Fox News Channel disparaging Muslims.

Palin set off a firestorm that spread from extreme right-wing blogs to Bill O'Reilly to Capitol Hill. Later today, South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint plans to introduce legislation that would slash all funds to one of the last, best sources of journalism we have in America.

This is crazy. But with your help, we can stop it in its tracks.

Calling for Congress to defund NPR is nothing more than political opportunism by public figures who have built a career on such shenanigans. Regardless of what you think about Juan Williams' dismissal, calling for the defunding of NPR as a result is like asking for the death penalty in small claims court.

NPR plays a crucial role in America, providing original, in-depth journalism and educational programming. With commercial newspapers, radio and television stations cutting staff and scaling back on original reporting, the need for a robust public media system has never been greater.

People everywhere need to take a stand and tell our leaders to stop playing politics with our nation's public media system:

Take Action: Don't Let Sarah Palin Destroy Public Media

The United States already has one of the lowest levels of federal funding of public media in the developed world ? at just $1.43 per capita. Yet surveys show that the public considers NPR and PBS not just our most trusted news sources, but the most valued public institutions we have. Please take a moment and join tens of thousands of others who are defending NPR and standing up to Sarah Palin and extremists.
Sign our public letter to Congress and forward this e-mail to all of your friends.



The Indypendent : An Ocean of Troubles: Louisiana Gulf Communities Face a Slow Death

Portland, 07.11.2010 01:15

By The Indypendent Staff

Louisiana native Brian Marks reports: "The BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill has again focused the nation on southern Louisiana. For the second time in less than five years, we are on the front pages of U.S. newspapers. And again, this region is terribly misunderstood.

Easy explanations miss the reasons why this area is so vulnerable. The national media have a tendency to see things through a close-up-lens — capturing the details while utterly missing the larger context. This disaster has not only been a long time coming, but it is only one of a series of disasters.

For the full article, see the link to "The Gulf Disaster: No End in Sight" [...]

Also in this issue of the Indypendent: Arun Gupta on Israel and the flotilla massacre; Honduras one year after the coup; and an interview with a food justice activist. For all that and much more [...]



Beck, Colbert and Stewart all serve the same masters

DC, 06.11.2010 23:19

The Phantom Left..... Beck, Colbert and Stewart all serve the same masters. And it is not us.



UPR: Desmitificando miedos

Puerto Rico, 06.11.2010 21:19

El fantasma del cierre y la desacreditación de la UPR



Mes del Veterano

Puerto Rico, 06.11.2010 17:19

Mensaje de Madres Contra la Guerra en el mes del veterano



Termina mais uma farsa eleitoral

Brasil, 06.11.2010 14:15

ELEIÇÕES



Krakers bezetten braakliggend terrein Blauwe Aanslag

Netherlands, 06.11.2010 13:47

Actieweekend van start

Na zeven jaar zijn er weer krakers op het braakliggende terrein waar vroeger de Blauwe Aanslag stond. Zaterdagochtend 6 oktober, bezetten zo'n 50 krakers het terrein om te protesteren tegen het kraakverbod dat 1 oktober j.l. van kracht is gegaan. Er zal een tweedaags programma worden neergezet met onder andere workshops, dichters en muziek.



Elecciones en la UNLP

Argentina, 06.11.2010 06:17

Pocas novedades en las elecciones estudiantiles



From the Newswire

Perth, 06.11.2010 05:55

Protect the Kimberley - Community Rally - 28 NOV



BUSCAN NACIONALIZAR EL CONFLICTO

Argentina, 06.11.2010 03:16

Obreros de SanCor se manifestaron en Rosario y Buenos Aires



BUSCAN NACIONALIZAR EL CONFLICTO PARA PRESIONAR A LA PATRONAL

Argentina, 06.11.2010 02:47

Obreros de SanCor se manifestaron en Rosario y Buenos Aires



AGUSTÍN TOSCO (1930-1975)

Argentina, 06.11.2010 01:16

No es un aniversario más



Reflexionando sobre el patriarcado - Encuentro

Argentina, 06.11.2010 00:46



AGUSTÍN TOSCO (1930-1975)

Argentina, 06.11.2010 00:46

No es un aniversario más



Asamblea &quot;Sol y Río de Pie&quot;

Argentina, 06.11.2010 00:16

Vecinxs denuncian ilegal la planta transformadora de EPEC



Voto de Huelga de Pepsi

Puerto Rico, 05.11.2010 22:49

Trabajadores de Pepsi aprueban voto de huelga



Jornada no más violencia a mujeres

Puerto Rico, 05.11.2010 22:49

Comienzan jornada de conmemoración del Día de No Más Violencia Hacia las Mujeres



Johannes Mehserle Gets Minimum Sentence of Two Years

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.11.2010 21:47

On Friday, November 5th, former BART police officer Johannes Mehserle was sentenced for the shooting death of Oscar Grant, III. Mehserle received the minimum jail sentence possible from Judge Robert Perry, two years. Subtracting the time Mehserle has already been being bars in a LA County jail, he is expected to be released from state prison in just over one year from now. Concerned community members will gather together in Frank Ogawa Plaza by Oakland City Hall to respond to the sentencing and to honor Oscar.



banner tosco

Argentina, 05.11.2010 20:17

banner tosco



TOMA ESTADO PARLAMENTARIO EL PROYECTO DE LEY DE EDUCACIÓN

Argentina, 05.11.2010 20:17

Cambiar algo, para que nada cambie



RECLAMAN QUE LA CAUSA SEA ELEVADA A LA JUSTICIA FEDERAL

Argentina, 05.11.2010 16:47

“Silvia era una militante política en la búsqueda de justicia en causas de lesa humanidad”



RECLAMAN QUE LA CAUSA SEA ELEVADA A LA JUSTICIA FEDERAL

Argentina, 05.11.2010 16:47

“Silvia era una militante política en la búsqueda de justicia en causas de lesa humanidad”



Sleeping Bag Drive!!

Portland, 05.11.2010 15:45

Laughing Horse Books, Red & Black Cafe, and Microcosm Publishing are hosting a sleeping bag drive to assist those who are homeless through the winter. Please donate today!!

Cold, rainy weather has arrived, with temperatures expected to dip below freezing by Thanksgiving. Each sleeping bag is someone's home this winter and essential to survival in the Oregon winter, protecting against discomfort, illness, and even death.

Over two thousand people are living either on the streets, camping, or in a car- with thousands more living without permanent housing or other conditions (Oregon Housing/Community Service).

Laughing Horse Books, Red & Black Café, and Microcosm Publishing have teamed up to collect sleeping bags and donations (which will go directly towards sleeping bags as well as weatherproof tarps to protect from the weather), to be distributed in the local area. With many homeless vulnerable to the dangerous, harsh winter sleeping in and around St. Francis Park and adjacent to our businesses, we are compelled to provide what resources we have to assist those in need.

Sleeping Bags will be picked up from each location on November 19th.

Please visit WWW.SLEEPINGBAGDRIVE.COM to donate, add your business/organization as a sleeping bag collection-point, or for more information.. or drop off new or clean bags (preferably low-temperature capable/below freezing..) to Laughing Horse Books, Red & Black Cafe, or Microcosm Publishing. Thanks for the support!!



Stop Willamette National Forest's Trapper timber logging

Portland, 05.11.2010 15:45

Demonstrators gathered outside the Forest Service Building at 333 SW 1st Av to hand in a petition against the 149 acre Trapper timber sale in an area located on the McKenzie District of the Willamette National Forest. Portland, OR, 04/11/2010.

The land was auctioned off by the US Forest Service to the Seneca Jones Timber Company in 2003 and logging of old growth could now begin any day. In particular old rainforest above Blue River near Wolf Rock is threatened.

According to the USDA, "The decision to undertake the timber sale was initially made in 2003 for the upper reaches of the Blue River watershed, approximately 42 miles northeast of the Eugene/Springfield metro area. The sale covered 149 acres in five harvest units. Trees are on average 23 inches in diameter and 140 years old, with scattered larger, older trees also present."

Although environmental groups, Cascadia Wildlands and Oregon Wild, appealed the sale in 2003 it was pushed through by the Forest Service regardless of any environmental considerations.



Comunidade tradicional é expulsa de suas terras por Usina

Brasil, 05.11.2010 13:45

REPRESSÃO



Toma estado parlamentario el proyecto de Ley de educación

Argentina, 05.11.2010 11:47

Cambiar algo, para que nada cambie



Tree Sit Continues in Muwekma (People's) Park in Berkeley

San Francisco Bay Area, 05.11.2010 04:47

In the evening on October 31st, Halloween night, advocates for People's Park climbed into the trees to take a stand against the ongoing destruction of the park by UC Berkeley, with the encouragement of the Telegraph Business Association, and to protest the dwindling resources available to the city's homeless population. The tree sitters have renamed the park "muwekma" for the Ohlone word for "people".



Comenzo ciclo de cine Queer

Argentina, 05.11.2010 04:47



Elecciones y Radio abierta en La Plata

Argentina, 05.11.2010 04:17



GMU Pres. Calls Cops on Students After Demo

DC, 04.11.2010 20:19

The president of George Mason University called the campus police on students after they went to his home on Halloween to ask him about his lack of support for striking campus food workers.



Violência Estatal Contra os Povos Indígenas

Brasil, 04.11.2010 00:15

REPRESSÃO



Students Occupy Departement Of Finance

Ireland, 03.11.2010 21:47

News is coming in that upwards of thirty stude ...



ESTE JUEVES A LAS 12 HORAS EN LA ESTACIÓN DE TRENES

Argentina, 03.11.2010 19:17

Manifestación en Tigre por el sitio sagrado querandí y el acceso vehicular



11/16 Barista Fight-Back: The Struggle to Unionize Starbucks (Tues)

Boston, 03.11.2010 18:15

Join us as Starbucks organizer/barista, Anja Witek, discusses the truth about life behind the counter at Starbucks! 7:00 pm, Tuesday, November 16 Encuentro 5, 33 Harrison Ave., 5th floor, Boston (Chinatown) Near Chinatown stop-Orange Line and Boylston stop-Green Line



Mentiras en campaña de Procuradora de las Mujeres

Puerto Rico, 03.11.2010 17:49

Desmienten Procuradora de las Mujeres en torno a supuesta merma en incidentes de violencia machista



Demanda de Wandal Rolon a Univision

Puerto Rico, 03.11.2010 14:19

Llaman a rechazar demanda contra Vélez Arcelay y Univision



Se estrenó el documental a cielo abierto

Argentina, 03.11.2010 14:17

Rechazo a la mineria



Devonport Dockyard Blockaded - Fourteen Arrests

United Kingdom, 03.11.2010 06:46

Devonport Dockyard in Plymouth was blockaded on the morning of 1 November in an action called by the Plymouth-based Trident Ploughshares (TP) group, The Tamarians. Devonport Dockyard refits, maintains and upgrades the submarines which carry Britain's Trident nuclear weapon system, which has been declared illegal under international law. The yard is also increasingly becoming the dumping ground for old and out of service nuclear submarines, posing a further radioactive contamination hazard to the quarter of a million people who live nearby. The aim of the blockade was to close all gates to the shipyard from 6am. Fourteen people were arrested during the action.

Pre-action announcements on the newswire: Trident is Cancer: Cut it Out | Devonport Blockade - Press Release | 5 days to go to the Devonport Blockade

Reports and photos on the newswire: Wrexham Vigil | First hand account from the Devonport blockade | Manor House Vigil

Other reports and photos: Photos from Blockade | Demo at Charles Cross Police Station | Anti-Trident Protest in Pictures



Allanamientos Intimidaciones y Gatillo Fácil

Argentina, 03.11.2010 04:17

Maldita Policía




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