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video "Fuck Off, Google" documentary (Attachment On: Tech Commute Shut Down at MacArthur BART!) (video/3gpp 123.3MB) by Invisible Committee
(video 54:19)
Posted: Sat May 2, 2015 11:33AM
video (Attachment On: "Hands Up" in San José: Marching for Michael Brown) (video/x-flv 37.3MB) by Alex Darocy
Posted: Mon Aug 18, 2014 3:51PM
video The AFT, Education, Common Core, Privatization, GreenDot/Concept Gulen Charters (video/mp4 259.1MB) by Labor Video Project
The national AFT had a booth at the 2013 Netroots convention in San Jose in June. Shaun Richman who is the AFT deputy director of organizing talked about their support for good charters including the "Green Dot" charter which he claimed was a non-profit operation.
Posted: Fri Aug 8, 2014 2:34PM
video Candlelight Vigil Marks Third Month Since Antonio Lopez was Killed by SJSU Police (video/x-flv 80.6MB) by Alex Darocy
A candlelight vigil was held in San Jose on May 21 to mark the three month anniversary of the death of Antonio Guzman Lopez, who was killed by San Jose State Police near the university on February 21. Antonio was shot in the back by police twice in broad daylight, and Laurie Valdez, the widow of Antonio and mother of Josiah Antonio Lopez, still has not received the police report or coroner's report on his killing from any agency. "I want answers and it's three months already and I don't have ...
Posted: Thu May 22, 2014 12:06PM
video Deportee (video/mp4 341.5MB) by Mike Rhodes
Answering Woody Guthrie's Question - “Who are these friends all scattered like dry leaves?” A memorial honoring the victims of the January 28, 1948 Los Gatos Canyon Plane Crash took place in Fresno today. Guthrie’s song inspired organizers to find out the names of those killed in the plane crash that took place 65 years ago. Family members of the victims, friends and allies attended the unveiling of a memorial listing the names of those killed.
Posted: Mon Sep 2, 2013 7:15PM
video Pastor Oscar Dace (Attachment On: San Jose Justice for Trayvon Martin Demos Continue) (video/x-flv 38.0MB) by Alex Darocy
Pastor Oscar Dace, Senior Pastor at Bible Way Christian Center
Posted: Mon Aug 12, 2013 3:38PM
video The Justice for Trayvon Martin Movement Grows in San Jose (video/x-flv 53.0MB) by Alex Darocy
The Justice for Trayvon Martin movement in San Jose grew during its second week of demonstrations. On July 21, community members returned to San Jose City Hall for a rally and march to the federal building. At the federal building, a group blocked a light rail train for approximately ten minutes before being encouraged by other demonstrators to clear the tracks. At the rally, organizers in San Jose announced their solidarity with Trayvon Martin organizers in Los Angeles and read off a set of ...
Posted: Mon Jul 22, 2013 5:58PM
video Pastor Jethroe (Jeff) Moore II (Attachment On: The Justice for Trayvon Martin Movement Grows in San Jose) (video/x-flv 42.1MB) by Alex Darocy
President of the San Jose/Sillicon Valley Branch of the NAACP, Pastor Jethroe Moore II
Posted: Mon Jul 22, 2013 5:58PM
video Speakers (Attachment On: The Justice for Trayvon Martin Movement Grows in San Jose) (video/x-flv 170.3MB) by Alex Darocy
Video includes words from: A father of two teens; San Jose City Council member, Ash Kalra; a woman detained by police and falsely accused of being a prostitute; Vice President of Plumbers & Fitters Local 393, and a delegate to the South Bay Labor Council, Fred Hirsch; a representative of Anakbayan of Sillicon Valley.
Posted: Mon Jul 22, 2013 5:58PM
video Taking the Streets in San Jose for Trayvon Martin (video/x-flv 68.6MB) by Alex Darocy
Dozens of community members gathered on July 14 to hold a vigil for justice for Trayvon Martin at San Jose City Hall. The group decided to march to the federal building and circle around the downtown to get their message out, and San Jose Police exerted pressure on marchers to move onto the sidewalk. For much of the march, individuals were chanting, "no justice, no peace, no racist police." When the group was at its largest it was decided that another demonstration for Trayvon would be held a...
Posted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 3:57AM
video Idle No More Speakers (Attachment On: Idle No More Supporters Round Dance at Azteca Mexica New Year Celebration in San Jose) (video/x-flv 90.7MB) by Alex Darocy
Lakota Harden and Paul Flores speak before the round dance in support of Idle No More.
Posted: Sat Mar 23, 2013 12:10AM
video Afghans and Vets Lead Anti-war Protest in Fremont (video/x-ms-wmv 166.9MB) by Jonathan Nack
A video news report (8:10).
Posted: Sun Apr 1, 2012 7:52PM
video Another round of arrests at Occupy San Jose (video/mp4 143.7MB) by Victor S.
A short film depicting occupiers in San Jose being arrested on Oct. 21st and the following rally to raise money for bail. All arrestees report not being read their rights. Many thanks to our legal team for keeping the time spent in jail to a minimum.
Posted: Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:19PM
video Occupy San Jose! Marching/Chanting (video/quicktime 13.9MB) by sam higgins
Two short videos 13 and 16 seconds long. Marching down E. Santa Clara at about 9pm. Chanting at the corner of 4th and E. Santa Clara at 11:00pm on oct 7
Posted: Sat Oct 8, 2011 4:08AM
video View of the occupied site (Attachment On: Occupy San Jose! Marching/Chanting) (video/quicktime 16.9MB) by sam higgins
Posted: Sat Oct 8, 2011 4:08AM
video Video (Attachment On: Workplace shooting in Cupertino) (video/quicktime 27.7MB) by D. Boyer
Posted: Wed Oct 5, 2011 5:32PM
video Ringling Bros Circus Protest Interviews with Pat Cuviello and Deniz Bolbol, 8/17/11: video (video/mp4 39.0MB) by dave id
On August 17th, opening night of the Ringling Brothers Circus in San Jose, nearly a hundred activists gathered to protest and to inform circus-goers about the cruelty involved when wild animals are forced to live in small cages and perform for audiences across the country. In the first video here, Pat Cuviello of Humanity Through Education discusses the history of demonstrations for circus animals in Northern California. In the second video, Deniz Bolbol of Humanity Through Education discus...
Posted: Sat Aug 27, 2011 11:11PM
video Interview with Deniz Bolbol of Humanity Through Education (Attachment On: Ringling Bros Circus Protest Interviews with Pat Cuviello and Deniz Bolbol, 8/17/11: video) (video/mp4 54.4MB) by dave id
(video 9:07) Deniz Bolbol watches the Ringling elephants over a wall with the use of a videocamera on the end of a pole. She remarks that the elephants appear beaten down in the way they respond to their handlers. In 2004, Deniz Bolbol recorded a Ringling handler stabbing and jabbing a 7-year-old chained elephant named Angelica outside of the Oakland Arena as Ringling walked Angelica to the venue to perform. The footage received extensive news coverage. Ringling responded the following year by arresting Deniz for trespassing when she tried to videorecord from the same location, leading to the Oakland civil suit and Deniz winning the right to record outside of the arena. Now, however, Ringling no longer walks the elephants back and forth three times during each show but keeps the elephants within the perimeter wall the entire time. Additionally, at the San Jose show, Ringling shined a strobe light at one of the cameras attempting to record over the wall. Deniz says that the animals are just commodities to Ringling as they are shuffled from city to city all year except for a few weeks during the winter. Ringling has been documented repeatedly beating their elephants and chaining them for extended periods of time. Some elephants have been forced to perform in service of Ringling's profits for decades. One such elephant named Sarah who collapsed while being loaded into a boxcar in Anaheim on August 6th has been forced to perform for Ringling for 50 years, including in the show that night in San Jose. Deniz discusses how Ringling coopts the corporate media in towns to which the circus travels, in order to guarantee that coverage of the circus is positive and doesn't mention the presence of protesters or tales of animal abuse. In San Jose for instance, NBC-11 sent a news van out to do a story on opening night at the circus, but neglected to talk with anyone associated with the demonstration, much less even mention that a huge number of people were present protesting. The reason? NBC was an official sponsor of the circus and the station's weatherperson, Christina Loren, was an honorary master of ceremony and ringmaster for the Ringling show in San Jose. http://www.idausa.org
Posted: Sat Aug 27, 2011 11:11PM