evil | These companies do business in Oaxaca with the corrupt PRI government of Ulises Ruiz Ortiz and under Plan Puebla Panama. They are part of the repression and they need to be held accountable! They need to divest or face up to the crimes against humanity and against the people of Oaxaca that they play a major part in by propping up the corrupt regime of Governor Ulises Ruiz Ortiz and the PRI. We know the truth. Start hitting these bastards where it hurts until the killing stops in Oaxaca, for justice and for Brad. more... 0 Comments
NYC IMC | Here's what we do know: the Governor of Oaxaca, Ulises Ruiz Ortiz, has a proven track record of sending plainclothes paramilitaries to commit murder and other human rights violations against the people of Oaxaca. We do not trust him or any of his underlings - underlings who include Oaxaca Prosecutor General Lizbeth Caña Cadeza. We have absolutely no confidence in the results of the "investigation" of Brad Will's murder carried out by Prosecutor Caña Cadeza. more... 2 Comments
El Puentista | On Friday; October 6th, the El Puente Academy for Peace and Justice, a nationally celebrated public high school, was summarily evicted from its home of 13 years (211 South 4th Street) by the New York City Department of Education (DOE). Citing their "sudden" awareness of worsening building conditions (the same conditions that drove El Puente for years to demand DOE support), the DOE dangerously and disrespectfully removed the Academy's operations to M.S. 50 literally overnight, without any prior consultation with the students, parents, administrators or teachers of either school community. El Puente calls for your support. more... 1 Comments
indybay reposter | In San Francisco activists called for a convergence and critical mass at 4pm. Approximately 150 protesters marched during rush hour traffic blocking the entrances to the Oakland Bay Bridge. Mock body bags were piled in front of the consulate as red paint was splattered on to the doors. Two banners were hung at the entrance to the freeway and the doors to the Mexican Consulate were locked by demonstrators. more... 1 Comments
Barucha Calamity Peller | November 20th, Oaxaca: About 5 thousand people marched to the zocalo. There, people got on top of trucks, barricaded the zocalo and began protesting the police. The police lunched teargas, after which began hours of battle. Protesters defended themselves with slings, fireworks, and bazookas, and constructed barricades around the APPO planton in Santo Domingo plaza, just blocks away from where the police were advancing from.
John Gibler | Here are some photos from a brief clash between the PFP and the APPO. As a march was passing by the PFP barricade, some people in the crowd threw rocks at the police, who responded by firing tear gas. The APPO retreated a few blocks, built a new barricade of their own and fired bottle rockets through plastic tubes at the police. The PFP continued to fire tear gas. At least 40 people were overwhelmed by gas, three were injured by the grenades, 15 were detained, but seven released. The APPO called on its members to retreat and prepare for the Nov. 25th offensive.
Maria Arettines | A free workshop including participatory theater, clear terminology, resources, speakers, and open discussion more... 0 Comments
Modern Pitung | Activists from NY who can remember the massive February 15, 2003 anti-war protests and the brutality of the NYPD horse units will find an eerie parallel in the story of Houston janitors being stomped by police horses more... 3 Comments
Barucha Calamity Peller | On thursday night, a 48 year old Oaxacan women called into the APPO university radio and testified that the Federal Prevetive Police occuping the zocalo had sexualy assaulted and harrassed her. Sinse then, many stories have emerged of sexual assault on part of the Federal Preventive Police. In response, hundreds of women marched around the Zocalo, where police stand gaurd in riot gear with water tanks around the perimeter. Some of the women theaterically reanacted the sexual harassment in front of the PFP, and others held mirrors with "we are rapists" written on them facing the PFP. Before the act the PFP peppersprayed the crowd, and the PFP also advanced water tanks during the performance. more... 1 Comments
leijia | In solidarity with the Zapatistas' call for a general strike, there will be a Oaxaca press conference held at the New Schoolon November 20th. more... 4 Comments
el enemigo común | "On November 20, blockades will be set up to show the Mexican government we mean business. We are calling upon YOU to join in these blockades. That could mean blockading the consulates’ websites, jamming their phone lines with calls about the conflict in Oaxaca, occupying the offices of the consuls, or shutting down the roads around the consulates in whatever way you see fit." - EZLN
Barucha Calamity Peller | Who Will Live On in the Oaxaca Uprising? Article reposted from counterpunch.org and Photos more... 1 Comments
Chris Anderson | Mostly just a collection of links to help people see the narrative as it currently stands. || Major Roundup From Indybay: "State Blames APPO for Brad Will's Death" more... 4 Comments
carlos vigueras | The doctor Guillermo Ruiz Avelino said categorically, that the body of Brad Will was taken to the Red Cross in Oaxaca City in approximately 30 minutes of the moment at which it was hurt and that had a single a wounded one caused by a firing and not two. more... 0 Comments
IMCCHICAGO | "Thou shalt not kill."
John Riley | Alex Steinberg and other ACE endorsed candidates have alleged the station is $300,000 in debt to the Pacifica network, but public statements by Business manager Indra Hardat say the sum is much less. || Indypendent-- Trouble on the Airwaves: WBAI Listener Numbers Decline, Fund-Raising Efforts Decrease more... 7 Comments
Mario López | [Here's a translation of the latest article from the Venezuelan Trotskyists.
Kellen Kass/A Murder of Crows | A look at the events in Oaxaca and a critical look at the APPO's composition and program of struggle. more... 5 Comments
Family and Friends of Daniel McGowan | 12 - 2 PM Rally in Solidarity with Daniel McGowan, Foley Square
Carlos Vigueras (trans. by Stacy) | Why now do the expert and forensic services of the Mexican government show a new version that turns it around 360 degrees and puts in judgment fabric that Brad Will was assassinated by people from the government of Ulises Ruiz and it exonerates them of any responsibility to blame somebody else? It is obvious that there are tricks and obscuring in order to justify the murder of Brad Will and to cast the blame onto the APPO so that the weight falls on them and not on the true guilty ones that enjoy all impunity to continue using their arms against the multitude. more... 0 CommentsPage 59 | Page 57
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