Barucha Calamity Peller | Radio Universidad in Oaxaca shot at with AK'47s. more... 0 Comments
Boston Indymedia | Boston, Mass. – About 150 protesters from several cities in Massachusetts (Boston, Worcester, Bedford) and Providence, Rhode Island, joined forces to protest in front of the Mexican consulate yesterday to raise awareness and demand justice for the people’s resistance in Oaxaca. They did so as an international red alert was raised from Oaxaca announcing that Radio Universidad was being attacked by federal forces. more... 0 Comments
el enemigo común | "Afuera Ulises Ruiz. El pueblo de Oaxaca pide justicia no la policia. ¡No estan solos! Nosotros apoyamos en su lucha como E.Z.L.N."
Istanbul Indymedia | A press meeting and demonstration by Indymedia – Istanbul volunteers was realized today (2 November, 2006) in front of Mexico’s Consulate in Istanbul to protest the murder of documentarist anarchist Brad Will by state-supported paramilitary forces on 27 October, 2006 in Mexico, Oaxaca; who was there as a volunteer journalist for Indymedia-New York to document the state-funded paramilitary violence against teachers and people’s councils’ struggle.
la jornada | Video: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7965817030404534865
John Gibler | At 8 am protesters and federal police stood face to face. By 4 pm, protesters had driven the police away and regained control of the streets surrounding the state university.
Gringoyo | After a six-hour siege on the Benito Juarez Autonomous University, which is the home Radio Universidad, voice of the APPO, the Federal Preventative Police (PFP) was forced to retreat just moments ago.
Beka | A new sign-on support letter has been drafted. Signatories include Tariq Ali, Noam Chomsky, Eve Ensler, Danny Glover, Eduardo Galeano, Michael Moore, Arundhati Roy, Alice Walker, Howard Zinn, and many others. The letter calls on the Mexican government to withdraw troops from Oaxaca, to release all detainees, to bring to justice the assasins, and for Ruiz to step down. Please add your name to the letter, and forward far and wide: http://www.friendsofbradwill.org/supportletter more... 0 Comments
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various | A version of this letter appears in today's edition of La Jornada. more... 1 Comments
Civil Defense | The NYPD is seeking to gain more power over public gatherings by rewriting rules on parades and public gatherings. Assemble for Rights NYC is pressing City Council to assert its authority as the city's legislative body and pass the NYC First Amendement Act.[Read More] more... 0 Comments
onto | Photos of the ride for Brad Will and Oaxaca more... 0 Comments
RJ | From the narcosphere: We wondered how many people would show up. The call for today's bike ride for Oaxaca didn't even get widely circulated until yesterday afternoon and many of us have been going non-stop since finding out about Brad's death on Friday . . .
Friends of Brad Will | There will be a memorial service for Brad Will at St. Mark's Church on November 11th and 12th more... 5 Comments
Diego Enrique Osorno y Óscar Rodríguez, trans. by FR and CA | Even though the governor Ulises Ruiz Ortiz announced that the suspects had been arrested, they have actually been missing since the 28th of October, according to the police record 1247/CR/06 on the Fiscalía Especial de Combate al Crimen, Organizado de la Procuraduría de Justicia local. more... 1 Comments
Perhaps the Times is Listening? | "On Friday, Mr. Will, 36, was fatally shot in the chest while videotaping near a barricaded road at the edge of the city of Oaxaca, the capital of the state with the same name, during a confrontation between demonstrators equipped with Molotov cocktails and fireworks and a group of men armed with pistols and rifles. Witnesses have said that Mr. Will was hit by bullets fired toward the demonstrators." more... 3 Comments
bikey | Arrests Reported at Wednesday's Bike Ride for Oaxaca more... 2 Comments
John Gibler | As a part of the first "offensive" against the Federal Preventive Police (PFP), the APPO called to build Day of the Dead altars at Barricades throughout Oaxaca City. Here are a few photos. More to come.
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