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Thu Jan 14 2010 Guerrilla Billboards in San Francisco Mark 8th Year of Guantanamo
As another January 11 rolls around, giant posters appeared in advertising kiosks in San Francisco over the weekend. On January 11, 2002, the first groups of hooded and jumpsuited detainees were brought to Guantanamo. On January 21, 2009, President Obama pledged to shut down the camp, only one of many U.S. prisons where people are being held indefinitely without charge and in inhuman conditions, violating international and domestic laws. photoRead more

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05/27/15 Pipeline Owner in Santa Barbara Oil Spill Has Had 175 Spill Incidents Since 2006   Environment & Forest Defense | California
05/26/15 First Successful Santa Cruz County Referendum in 13 Years Challenges BOS Vote   Drug War | Santa Cruz Indymedia
05/25/15 Protesters in Bee Costumes Fill Fisherman's Wharf at March on Monsanto   Environment & Forest Defense
05/15/15 Series of Vigils in Salinas Honors Victims of Police Violence in 2014   Police State and Prisons | Santa Cruz Indymedia
05/09/15 Community Organizes to Take Anti-Eviction Message Directly to SF Supervisors and Mayor   Health, Housing, and Public Services
05/09/15 People’s City Council Supplants Oakland City Council To Stop Vote on E12th St Development   Health, Housing, and Public Services
05/08/15 Community Members Tell Pope Francis 'No Sainthood for Genocide'   Racial Justice | California
05/08/15 UCSC Under Investigation for Mishandling Rape and Other Sexual Violence Cases   Education & Student Activism | Santa Cruz Indymedia
05/01/15 May Day Includes Labor, Immigrant Rights, Anti-Police-Terror, Anti-Gentrification Actions   Labor & Workers
04/30/15 Police Allow Yuvette Henderson's Family to View Video, But Critical Moments Not Available   Police State and Prisons | Racial Justice | Womyn
04/23/15 After Three Deaths, Assaults and Thefts, New Group Presses Tulare Council to Take Action   Police State and Prisons | Health, Housing, and Public Services | Central Valley | Government & Elections