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Wed Apr 22 2015U.S. and Mexican Workers Call for Boycott of Driscoll’s Berries
Suppliers of Driscoll’s, which may be the U.S.’s most recognizable brand name on strawberry, raspberry, blueberry and blackberry cartons, are coming under fire for allegedly abusing workers, in the U.S. and Mexico. One Driscoll’s grower has spent weeks embroiled in a major farmworker protest, while a nearly two-year boycott against another grower recently intensified. Workers in both disputes have called for a boycott against the company.
Wed Feb 18 2015 (Updated 02/25/15)UC Student Association Passes Two Resolutions on Divestment
Wed Feb 18 2015 (Updated 02/25/15)Resolutions Call on University of California to Invest in Socially Responsible Companies
On February 8, the University of California Student Association, the independent official voice of 240,000 UC students, passed two advisory resolutions: Resolution Calling for the UC Regents to Divest from Corporations Violating Palestinian Human Rights and Resolution Toward Socially Responsible Investment at the University of California by an 9-1 vote, with 5 abstentions.
Mon Dec 29 2014Solidarity Action At Spanish Consulate
On December, 15, Spain passed the "ley de mordaza", a gag law that makes it a crime to insult a cop, film a cop, or assemble in large groups. On December 16, seven anarchists were arrested on charges relating to terrorism. On December 22, a group of anarchists stormed the Spanish consulate in San Francisco. After throwing leaflets into the consulate, tipping over the Spanish flag, and yelling curses, the group left without incident.
Sun Nov 30 2014 (Updated 12/01/14)Indymedia Marks 15 Years of Making Media and Making Trouble
Sun Nov 30 2014 (Updated 12/01/14)First Independent Media Center Kicked Off on N30 at Seattle WTO Protests in 1999
The Indymedia (Independent Media Center) project started in late November of 1999, to allow participants in the anti-globalization movement to report on the protests against the WTO meeting that took place in Seattle, Washington, and to act as an alternative media source. The San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center, commonly known as Indybay, started in 2000. By 2002, there were 89 local IMCs around the world spread between 31 countries (plus the West Bank) and 6 continents. By January 2006, the Indymedia network had grown to over 150 Indymedia outlets around the world.
Sat Nov 1 2014 (Updated 11/02/14)SodaStream to Close Factory in Occupied West Bank
Sat Nov 1 2014 (Updated 11/02/14)Amid International Boycott Pressure SodaStream Announces 2015 Closure of Settlement Shop
For several years, Boycott, Divest, and Sanction (BDS) activists in Northern California and across the globe have pressured retailers to stop selling SodaStream products in their stores. On October 29, amid ongoing boycott pressure from the international community, Israeli beverage firm SodaStream announced that it was closing a controversial factory located in an occupied West Bank settlement. SodaStream said that it would relocate the factory by the end of 2015.
Thu Oct 30 2014 (Updated 11/01/14)My Daughter and I Were Arrested by Military Police Guarding World's Most Hated Weapon
Thu Oct 30 2014 (Updated 11/01/14)Activists Continue to Blockade Beale Air Force Base to Protest Drone Assassinations
On October 28, father and daughter Mauro Oliveira (Red Sun) and Mahai'a Sol helped blockade Beale Air Force base, which is east of Sacramento. They are free now, but they face Federal charges. Mauro Oliveira writes: We want drones to end and until THAT day, my family wants it to be clear to the victims of drone strikes and to the entire world, that we believe in Peace, not war and consider drone strikes as a war crime against humanity and an act against the Creators greatest gift, the Children of the world, of which we all are.
Thu Oct 23 2014Lawsuit Launched to Protect Pinto Abalone
Conservation groups notified the National Marine Fisheries Service of their intent to sue the agency for delaying Endangered Species Act protection for the pinto abalone, an approximately six-inch snail with an iridescent inner shell that was once common in rocky, intertidal coasts from Alaska to Baja California.