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Sat Aug 20 2016 (Updated 08/23/16)A Call to Action Against Slavery in America
Sat Aug 20 2016 (Updated 08/23/16)Nationally-Coordinated Prisoner Work Stoppage on Anniversary of Attica Prison Uprising
Prisoners across the United States, including in Alabama, Mississippi, Ohio, Virginia, and elsewhere, are calling for a strike on September 9. Their call to action states: On September 9th of 1971 prisoners took over and shut down Attica, New York State’s most notorious prison. On September 9th of 2016, we will begin an action to shut down prisons all across this country. We will not only demand the end to prison slavery, we will end it ourselves by ceasing to be slaves.
Mon Jul 11 2016 (Updated 07/20/16)Bay Area Solidarity with Rebels in Oaxaca
Mon Jul 11 2016 (Updated 07/20/16)Solidarity March in San Francisco with Oaxacan Uprising
Los Insumisxs writes: A teachers strike that began on May 15 has grown into a widespread rebellion in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. 14 compañeros have been killed by the state, including 12 in a massacre on June 19. Join us on Friday, July 15 at 7pm at the 24th St. BART Plaza in San Francisco to mark two months since the strike began as we march in defiance of state repression and in solidarity with our compañerxs on the barricades in Oaxaca.
Wed Jun 29 2016 (Updated 07/18/16)Anti-Fascists Shut Down Nazi Rally at California State Capitol
Wed Jun 29 2016 (Updated 07/18/16)Six Stabbed, Three Suffer Blunt Force Trauma Repelling Nazis from Capitol Grounds
On June 26, hundreds of anti-fascists gathered on the grounds of the state Capitol, ready to deny access to white supremacists who had announced plans to hold a rally that afternoon. Members of the Traditionalist Workers Party had secured a permit from the California Highway Patrol to rally on the steps of the Capitol building along with other anti-immigrant and racist groups. Antifa forces made certain the rally never happened, despite suffering serious casualties while repelling the Nazis.
Mon Jun 20 2016 (Updated 06/22/16)“Welcome to Oaxaca” 2016
Mon Jun 20 2016 (Updated 06/22/16)Major State Repression in Oaxaca: Several Killed, Dozens Wounded and Detained
The looming federal police attack on the people and striking teachers of Oaxaca, Mexico has begun. There are reports of between six and eight demonstrators killed on the morning of Sunday, June 19 at the highway blockade in Nochixtlán, northwest of the city of Oaxaca. They were shot and killed when police opened fire with live ammunition on the blockade. At least 45 others have been hospitalized with injuries, the majority gunshot wounds, and 22 have been disappeared.
On May 31, students at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA voted overwhelmingly to endorse resolutions expressing support for freedom and equality for Palestinians and labor justice for migrant workers at Sakuma Bros farm in northern Washington. The three resolutions asked students to condemn the presence of Caterpillar Inc. equipment on campus, to de-shelve Sabra hummus, and prohibit the use of Sakuma Bros berries from campus dining services.
Fri Jun 10 2016 (Updated 06/11/16)New Yorkers Tell Governor Cuomo: We Will Continue to Boycott Israel
Fri Jun 10 2016 (Updated 06/11/16)Defiance in the Face of a New Wave of State-Sanctioned Blacklists Targeting BDS Supporters
On June 9, hundreds of New Yorkers demonstrated outside Governor Andrew Cuomo's offices, outraged by his executive order requiring the state to create a blacklist of corporations and institutions that support the Palestinian-led Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. On the west coast, the California Assembly voted unanimously on June 3 to pass AB 2844, yet another in a string of state-sponsored anti-BDS efforts currently moving forward across the country.
Wed Jun 8 2016UFW & Driscoll’s: United To Exploit
Why won't the United Farm Workers of America (UFW) support the Driscoll's Boycott? That's one of the questions UFW Vice President Lauro Barajas would not answer after he spoke at Hillary Clinton's rally in Salinas on May 25. The UFW will not reveal when their friendship with Driscoll's began. However, a photograph from May 2013 reveals their relationship with Reiter Affiliated Companies, an Oxnard-based subsidiary of Driscoll's.
Fri Jun 3 2016Teachers On Strike Throughout Mexico
The National Coordinating Body of Education Workers (CNTE) began an indefinite strike on May 15, primarily against plans by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to implement neoliberal reforms to the country’s education system. Peña Nieto has attempted to privatize and standardize the Mexican education system, along with instituting policies to disempower Latin America’s largest union, the National Union of Education Workers (SNTE), and its dissident and more radical faction, the CNTE.
Wed Jun 1 2016 (Updated 06/02/16)California Strawberry Festival: Brought To You By Exploitation
Wed Jun 1 2016 (Updated 06/02/16)Protests Continue at Annual California Strawberry Festival in Oxnard
The California Strawberry Festival in Oxnard is one of the largest outdoor annual events in California that celebrates the success of the multi-billion dollar global agricultural industry. However, this success has come at the great economic, social and overall health expense to those who pick the berries. On May 22, a protest outside the Strawberry Festival challenged the industry and governmental efforts to overlook the social and environmental costs of strawberry production, and questioned the logic of charity festivals.
Tue May 17 2016International Days of Action to Boycott Driscoll's
On two consecutive Saturdays, May 7 and May 14, farmworkers called for an international day of action to bring attention to the ongoing struggles in the berry fields in Washington State and San Quintin, Mexico. May 7 was initiated by Familias Unidas por la Justicia in Washington state, while Sindicato Independiente Nacional Democratico De Jornaleros Agricolas (SINDJA) farmworkers in San Quintin, Mexico called for a global day of action on May 14. Demonstrations took place in many locations, including Mexico City; Burlington, WA; Portland and Eugene, Oregon; and Eureka, Rohnert Park, Fairfield, San Leandro, Santa Cruz, Watsonville, and San Diego, California.
Tue May 3 2016 (Updated 05/04/16)Driscoll’s Runs Away At Watsonville Earth Day
Tue May 3 2016 (Updated 05/04/16)Earth Day in Watsonville Promotes Driscoll's or Children and the Environment?
As the top sponsor of Watsonville's 14th Annual Earth Day / Day of the Child Festival, the philanthropy specialists at Driscoll’s were hopeful that April 24, 2016 would be a great day at Ramsay Park for promoting their brand. When a few people started speaking about the international boycott of Driscoll's and handing out flyers, the Driscoll's representatives quickly dismantled their event booth and got rid of their strawberries as fast as they could.
Wed Apr 13 2016 (Updated 04/20/16)State of Mexico Riot Police Raid San Francisco Xochicuautla
Wed Apr 13 2016 (Updated 04/20/16)New Attack Against Otomí Community and Its Forest Arouses Widespread Repudiation
On Monday, April 11, 2016, around 800 State of Mexico riot police at the service of Grupo Higa laid siege to the Otomí community of San Francisco Xochicuautla, destroyed the camp set up in defense of the forest, used heavy machinery to illegally tear down the house of Dr. Armando García Salazar, and violently dragged out at least 25 men, women and children who were inside the house, including 64-year-old Isabel Hernández, a member of the Supreme Indigenous Council of Xochicuautla.
Fri Apr 8 2016 (Updated 04/27/16)March 39 and Counting… Nuit Debout and the New French Uprising
Fri Apr 8 2016 (Updated 04/27/16)Vive la Révolution! A New Generation is At War with the System
The spirit of resistance has captured the imagination of a new generation in France, as youth-led opposition to neoliberal labour “reforms” has spiraled into full-on rejection of the whole capitalist system on the street and squares. The situation took on a new dimension after the general strike and day of action on March 31. There was a call for people not to go home afterwards but to stay on the streets, beginning a wave of overnight “Nuit Debout” occupations that has spread from Paris across France and into the Iberian peninsular, Belgium and Germany.
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3PM Saturday Aug 27 Turkey: the Failed Coup, the Kurds, and Fascism
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7PM Thursday Sep 1 Film screening WILLIAM KUNSTLER: DISTURBING THE...
12PM Saturday Sep 3 The Specter of Communism Returns
12PM Friday Sep 9 Nationally Coordinated Prisoner Workstoppage
4PM Saturday Sep 17 Strike Debt Bay Area Meeting: Debt Resistance is NOT...
2PM Sunday Sep 18 Democracy at Work SF East Bay Action Group Meeting
Nationally Coordinated Prisoner Workstoppage (2 comments) Tuesday Aug 16th 10:26 AM
The MacArthur Tranist Village Developers -- Researching Boston Properties (1 comment) Friday Aug 12th 12:53 AM
Boycott Driscoll’s Protest at Watsonville Strawberry Festival Tuesday Aug 9th 5:06 PM
Environmental racism in the “leftmost city” Sunday Jul 24th 10:21 AM
Walgreens will start surcharging San Francisco Federal Credit Union Members Friday Jul 22nd 11:39 PM
San Francisco: March and Rally in Solidarity with Oaxaca and Against the Police (1 comment) Wednesday Jul 20th 10:12 PM
Resistencia desde Califas a Oaxaca (1 comment) Wednesday Jul 20th 10:08 PM
White Supremacy Grows in Northern California (1 comment) Saturday Jul 16th 3:00 PM
Photos: Solidarity Rally and March with Oaxacan Uprising (1 comment) Friday Jul 15th 11:59 PMMore Local News...
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Growing Inequality Harms the Political Economy Thursday Aug 4th 10:38 AM
The occupation at home Sunday Jul 31st 1:05 PM
UN Summit Reaches Debt, Tax and Trade Agreements Friday Jul 22nd 1:10 PM
Holy See Calls on UN Development Summit to Build an Inclusive Economy Wednesday Jul 20th 10:32 AM
Negotiators Struggle for Agreement on Debt and Tax Issues at UN Development Summit Wednesday Jul 20th 7:46 AM
On the tragic and the farcical of the British referendum Tuesday Jul 19th 4:55 AM
TESC Students for Justice in Palestine Respond to Evergreen Administration Thursday Jul 14th 1:19 PM
Protests force Mexico to talks with teachers Wednesday Jul 13th 6:51 PM
Oaxaca 2016: «Esta lucha no es del magisterio, es del pueblo de México» (1 comment) Monday Jul 11th 2:04 PMMore Global News...
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(A-Radio) The defense of the Rog factory squat in Ljubljana Tuesday Jul 5th 7:00 AM
The Working Class Will Benefit from The Brexit Thursday Jun 23rd 10:35 AM
The expenses of the poor Thursday May 26th 4:23 PM
Traditional whistleblower Tuesday May 24th 3:36 PM
The Price of Progress Saturday May 14th 6:05 PM
38 Arguments Against TTIP Monday May 9th 6:08 AM
Berlin - Anarchist Demonstration to Protect Self-Organized Rebel Projects Saturday May 7th 9:40 AM
Kyoto Japan Anti Nuke Protesters Demand Closure Of Kyushu Sendai Nuclear Plant Wednesday Apr 27th 5:01 PM
The Panama Papers: Biggest Data Leak Exposing The Rich & Powerful Sunday Apr 3rd 5:30 PMOpen Newswire...
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