Education

Moron Closeup for True Understanding

author: 
Not A Newbie Anonymous

"The capitalist state never evolved beyond the level of handling people as cattle. It never reached the level of understanding that human rights are like serial parts of a big idea – protecting them for one is difficult, but for a huge population it gets easy. [...] This is an asymmetric conflict because the subject matter is so, not because of our choice.


O22/October 22nd Nat'l Day of Protest Against Police Terror in San Diego

author: 
Uaptsd.org

Join the efforts of United Against Police Terror - San Diego Af3irm San Diego Overpass Light Brigade - San Diego Artful Activist San Diego and La Flor De La Resistencia as we mobilize for the 21th Annual October 22; National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation.

Those killed by every branch of Law Enforcement in SAN DIEGO is up to 600,





Af3irm San Diego for Oct 22nd



Uaptsd.org San Diego for Oct 22nd







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p.t.s.d._-_police_terror_san_diego_2.0_-_preview_trailer.mp4 || Preview Trailer for upcoming video compilation of Brutality, Assault, Intimidation, Harassment & Murder by San Diego Law Enforce




CompArte SD Compilation Video

author: 
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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compartesd.mp4 || CompArte SD Compilation Video




CompArte San Diego July 10-16

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author: 
anonymous

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.

Event Location: 
San Diego





CompArte San Diego July 10-16, 2016

author: 
anonymous

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.






Protest at San Diego Mexican Consulate in Support of CNTE Teachers

anonymous

On Wednesday, June 15, 2016, in early morning hours several activists and organizers protested in front of the Mexican Consulate office in San Diego to demand an end to the violent repression and attacks against the National Coordinator of Education Workers (CNTE) and their supporters by the government of Mexico. The CNTE teachers, along with community, are denouncing the education reform implemented by Mexican President Peña Nieto, supported by all of Mexico’s political parties. This reform attempts to privatize public education and exploit labor, among more horrendous effects on the people of Mexico.

At this protest organized by Raices Sin Fronteras, there was an introduction by one of the organizers, leaflets handed to patrons, and rebellious music blasted from the PA system. Also, beautiful rebellious and resistant art hand drawn with chalk in front of the consulate office. --Read More (with fotos)--





Protest at San Diego Mexican Consulate in Support of CNTE Teachers

author: 
San Diego Indy Media Center Volunteer

On Wednesday, June 15, 2016, in early morning hours several activists and organizers protested in front of the Mexican Consulate office in San Diego to demand an end to the violent repression and attacks against the National Coordinator of Education Workers (CNTE) and their supporters by the bad government of Mexico. The CNTE teachers, along with community, are denouncing the education reform implemented by Mexican President Peña Nieto, supported by all of Mexico’s political parties.









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rsfconsulate6.15.2016.mp4 || Consulate Protest in Support of CNTE




Es la hora de un pueblo con cojones y ovarios dispuesto a rescatar el saqueo de la renta petrolera

author: 
Guayü De Falkón

"El saqueo de la renta petrolera, punto de llegada de las élites depredadoras, es el punto de partida de una movilización nacional popular por el rescate del patrimonio nacional, la ética y la justicia. A construir las redes de denuncia, seguimiento, búsqueda y captura global de los responsables del saqueo a Venezuela y traerlos como reos al país desde cualquier lugar del mundo donde se escondan, refugien o los "asilen"."

El peo, como dice Gavazut


Crashing the Party Author Speaks at Groundwork Books About Dissident Legal Strategies

san diego indymedia volunteer

PM Press author and legal/media activist Kris Hermes spoke at Groundwork Books Friday evening about the ways that activists can use the legal system to push back against state repression. Drawing on his experience organizing with ACT UP and against the 2000 Republican National Convention in Philadelphia, Kris described collective strategies that dissidents planning an action or caught up in the legal system could implement to avoid or reduce charges, including jail solidarity such as withholding identity, clogging up the court system by demanding a jury trial and refusing to plead out, and developing a coordinated media strategy that paints a sympathetic picture of activists and their cause for the general public. --Read More--

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