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CompArte SD Compilation Video

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Adherente a la Sexta SD

We call on anyone who practices art to contribute rebellious art, resistant against capitalism, to CompArte San Diego during the week of July 10-16, 2016. Capitalism uses exploitation, displacement, repression, and disdain to attack us. CompArte San Diego is the local version, here on Kumiai land, of the Zapatista Festival and Sharing Exchange ‘CompArte for Humanity.' The location for CompArte San Diego is the streets of our barrios, classrooms, gathering places, anywhere we claim as our communities.









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Yesterday’s “Obama Socialists,” Today’s Bernie Boosters

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Internationalist Group

Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign has nothing to do with winning people to socialism. It’s all about getting disaffected “progressives” and youth to vote Democratic in 2016. Sanders has placed much of the socialist left in a quandary, as reformists and opportunists dream of having an audience in big-time bourgeois politics. Some still want to maintain a pretense of independence from the Democratic Party of war, poverty and racism, while others want to go all the way, hoping to pick up disappointed Sanderistas when he endorses Clinton.


RISE UP FOR PALESTINE

10/23/2015 3:00 pm
author: 
Anonymous

We, the Palestinian Youth Movement-USA chapter (PYM), call on all Palestinian youth and our allies to defend our homeland and support the steadfastness of our brothers and sisters in Palestine. Friday, October 23, 2015 at 3:00 pm in front of the Federal building in Downtown San Diego. (880 Front St San Diego, CA 92101)

Event Location: 
Federal Building, 880 Front Street, Downtown San Diego





Reportback on San Diego Indymedia's Trip to Outta Your Backpack Media

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Two San Diego Independent Media Center representatives recently drove to Flagstaff, Arizona, to deliver 10 mac g5s, 10 monitors, and 9 keyboards to Outta Your Backpack Media, an organization that teaches indigenous youth media skills so they can document the events affecting their communities. The trip was 500 miles each way and we did it in one day.

A big shoutout to all who came to support us at the fundraiser that made this trip possible, especially the revolutionary bands who supported us: Sol Remedy and The I-Ways. Read More (with Photos)

This Friday, September 25, 7PM @ the Metate Infoshop, Colectivo Zapatista and San Diego Indymedia are collaborating to present, Cine en el Barrio: THE SNOWBOWL EFFECT directed by Klee Benally of Outta Your Backpack Media. The film chronicles the struggle over the San Francisco Peaks, sacred sites to at least 13 indigenous peoples of the area. The event will include an activity regarding our relationship to the land, a discussion and snax.

SNOWBOWL EFFECT Event Announcement || Trip Reportback || Fundraiser Rerportback || Fundraiser Event Announcement





Reportback on San Diego Indymedia's Trip to Outta Your Backpack Media

author: 
sd indymedia

Two San Diego Independent Media Center representatives recently drove to Flagstaff, Arizona, to deliver 10 mac g5s, 10 monitors, and 9 keyboards to Outta Your Backpack Media, an organization that teaches indigenous youth media skills so they can document the events affecting their communities. The trip was 500 miles each way and we did it in one day.






Ayotzinapa: Cronica de un Crimen de Estado

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A full house crowded into the Digital Gym Cinema on August 26 for the San Diego premiere of the film Ayotzinapa: Crónica de un Crimen de Estado.

The documentary "reveals how the forced disappearance of 43 students and the murder of three others in Ayotzinapa was an organized crime of the state, and not an isolated incident."

The night of September 26, 2014, in the city of Iguala, Guerrero, in Mexico, more the 100 young students of the Escuela Normal Rural of Ayotzinapa, that had left the school to make a public collection to fund their trip to Mexico City, were attacked by police forces, resulting in 3 students dying, more then 20 injuries, and 43 kidnapped by the police, with the involvement of the Mexican military.

Two student survivors of the massacre of Iguala reconstructed the climate of impunity, corruption, and criminality that exists, not only in the state of Guerrero but in the entire country. Through an interweaving story, those interviewed tell the story of the actual decomposition of Mexico, beginning with the crime in Iguala, denouncing that this is not an isolated action, but an event with preceding criminal stories that are part of the political narco-state of Mexico.

Within a few days of the state having perpetrated the crime, tens of thousands of voices, especially young voices, echoed through streets and avenues of cities of Mexico and the world, demanding the appearance of 43 student with life, who were victims of the enforced disappearance, and denouncing this act as a crime of State, which to this day still has gone unpunished.

Proceeds from the screening benefit the families of the disappeared students.

Photos || Event Announcement || Solidaridad con Ayotzinapa: Video ||Caravana 43 || Film Trailer





Reportback on SD Indymedia’s Vegan BBQ Fundraiser for Indigenous Youth

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sdindymedia

About 40 people gathered on Friday, July 17 for a vegan barbeque at the Purple House in City Heights to raise funds to send a carful of computers to Outta Your Backpack Media in Flagstaff, Arizona. Live revolutionary music by Sol Remedy and The I-Ways was interspersed with radical convos, veggie burgers and potato salad.





The I-Ways at SD Indymedia's Vegan BBQ Fundraiser







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che cafe support network communique

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repost

First: JULY 15, 2 PM Meeting with UCSD Chancellor Khosla. For the FIRST TIME, representatives of the Che Cafe Collective and CCSN will meet with Khosla to see if he will call off the eviction. We need a big crowd to rally outside the meeting. Please come if you can and spread the word!

[Directions to Office of the Chancellor at http://www-act.ucsd.edu/maps/ . Enter search for "Office of the Chancellor". Address is University Center 107. Facing UCSD Town Square. Just south and west of Price Center.]






SD Indymedia's Vegan BBQ Fundraiser for Native Youth with Sol Remedy

07/17/2015 7:00 pm
author: 
sd indymedia

San Diego Indymedia presents...

A Vegan BBQ Fundraiser to support Outta Your Backpack Media, a Flagstaff collective that educates and empowers indigenous youth to report on the events affecting their communities:

Event Location: 
The Purple House, 2561 44th Street, City Heights





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