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Juan Esteban Yupanqui Villalobos 17.04.2011 10:55
One different Easter
flying to die I am crying, because of the future that waits to my people, I am crying for the hundreds of children who roam the city streets aimlessly with the faces of hunger, with empty stomachs, staring the showcases full of shiny malls.

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Jim Lockhart 17.04.2011 09:09
Video: Threats to Portland's Water Supply
Public Access program, "A Growing Concern," features a discussion of imminent threats to Portland's water supply. Guest is Scott Fernandez, local microbiologist.

Threats to Portland's Water Supply

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Bette Lee 16.04.2011 22:55
Photos of Portland Rising, March for Jobs, Not Cuts
Over 1,500 workers and activists marched through downtown Portland, shouting "The banks got bailed out, We got sold out!"

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Eleanor White 16.04.2011 14:53
Care to offer your opinion?
Targets of organized stalking make some rather "far out" claims about their harassment. Let us know what you think of those claims.

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Ben Waiting 16.04.2011 11:04
PORTLAND RISING RALLY AND MARCH FOR JOBS, NOT CUTS! 4.16.11 Today!
Rally Today in Pioneer square then a march 4.16.11

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"to serve and protect" (the rich?) 16.04.2011 10:57
VIDEO: new york city cops hassle cyclist; arrest black man as he walks by
From the video at gawker.com: "While it's still, obviously, legal to watch cops ticket a cyclist for riding his bike on the sidewalk, we recommend not cracking any jokes—even at the cyclist's expense—because then you might get arrested. As this gentleman learned."

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Tomasz Konicz 16.04.2011 10:44
The U.S. is More Greek than Greece
Deficit economies were organized mainly by finance capital. The expansion of credit-financed mass demand went along with expansion of the financial sector in several industrial states. Trillions of dollars and Euros were pumped in the stabilization of financial markets. Since the 1970s real wages in the US stagnated which contributed to the increase of profit rates from the 1980s.

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Jim Lockhart 16.04.2011 08:24
Video: Local Access Program Features Wisconsin Union President
Local Public Access program, "A Growing Concern," this week featured a segment with Mahlon Mitchell, President of the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin.

Mahlon Mitchell, President of Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin

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Lynn Lomibao 16.04.2011 06:54
U.S. Election 2012: Stewart Alexander Reach out to Prisoner’s Families
Alexander also notes "Three Strikes" Laws are a violation against the human rights of hundreds of thousands of 3 Strikers and their families. "Across America, thousands of 3 Strikers are serving life sentences after committing minor offences. The punishment should fit the crime to allow these inmates to resume their live with their families."

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free human being 16.04.2011 02:24
Strawberries, mushrooms with Cesium-137 found in Northern California;
5 of 6 items in food chain sampling test have radioactive particles

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joe anybody 15.04.2011 23:19
Video: good news no bomb here - police close street in ne portland 4.15.11
This is a short video of the police on Friday 4/15 who have sealed a large area off, near the Hollywood Max station to check for a bomb - in NE Portland parking structure.
There was no bomb.

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i do not consent to a search 15.04.2011 20:02
Officer Dauchy Fucks Up Again
Another story of police brutality, followed by assault on an observer.

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Anti-Teabagger 15.04.2011 17:45
Watch the 45 Tea Baggers on a webcam
Live shot from 5:39 I'm sure more will show up at some point, but only 45 right now

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AAR&S 15.04.2011 13:54
FREE PACKY NOW! Stand in Solidarity with the elephants tomorrow at the zoo
Who: Ananda Animal Rescue & Sanctuary and supporters

What: Demonstration in Solidarity with Packy the Elephant

When: Saturday, April 16, 2011 from noon to 1:30 pm

Where: Oregon Zoo, front gates

Why: Because Packy was promised his freedom years ago, because he deserves it, and because it's the right thing to do.

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Toby's Mom 15.04.2011 13:47
I need a civil rights attorney
My family hired detectives to follow me and told the Clark County Sheriff's Office not to interfere.There was an attempted break into my house and the detectives' vehicle was used in this attempt.My phone conversations were recorded, my emails hacked, and my dog murdered by the vets.Deputies never allowed me to file police reports nor told me I was under surveillance.

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TWAC Collective 15.04.2011 11:00
TWAC Film Screening: Watch
Monday, April 25th, 2011, 7p

In Other Words Bookstore
14 Killingsworth St.
Portland, OR 97211

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U. of Oregon 15.04.2011 09:43
Chomsky in Eugene April 20 7PM Free and Public
One of U.S. most recognized dissidents.

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Karellen Stephens 15.04.2011 08:44
Child Abuse Cover up in Oregon!
Child abuse cover up in Oregon that goes all the way up to the Supreme Court.

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sick 15.04.2011 08:28
Q. Who has Killed Thousands of Iraq Civilians? - A. The USA Military
Iraq Body Count
How do we US citizens look in the mirror knowing the blood is on our hands
Thousands of Dead civilians (over 100,000 deaths) plus + ?
Our US soldiers "are killing thousands and thousands of people"
Dead Babies... from USA bullets

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Shaker 15.04.2011 07:02
New from the FDA
And those in America are at work to mitigate the Japanese disaster...(By the way, I'm advising up-front that this is satire, if anyone has any doubts.)

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Mobilization Against War and Occupation (MAWO) 15.04.2011 01:51
MAWO's Open Letter to Stopwar.ca and Canadian Peace Alliance (CPA)
Mobilization Against War and Occupation's (MAWO) Open Letter to Stopwar.ca and Canadian Peace Alliance(CPA)regarding imperialist intervention in Libya and the response of the anti-war movement

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what can we do to fix this? 15.04.2011 00:20
site admins: portland.indymedia.org is blocking connections from the Tor network -- why?
The Tor network -- an anonymizing routing system for Internet traffic (available at:  https://www.torproject.org/ ) -- is currently blocked from connecting to portland.indymedia.org

It's important that activists and citizen journalists be able to access the site safely, to maintain their privacy rights and avoid any potential state repression.

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free human being 14.04.2011 21:44
4/14/2011 Japan Nuclear Fallout Update – US, CANADA RADIATION LEVELS TO JUMP
Another large cloud of radiation is on its way to the US and Canada

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free human being 14.04.2011 21:29
Record Levels of Radiation Detected In Pacific Ocean Will Be Carried Toward US
This is insane...

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DMV 14.04.2011 19:55
Human rights defender murdered in Gaza...
Vittorio Arrigoni ISM journalist and human rights defender murdered in Gaza on April 14 2011.

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Dan Roberts 14.04.2011 17:07
The Shortwave Report 04/15/11 Listen Globally
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Japan, Germany, Cuba, and Russia.

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Portland Rising Tide 14.04.2011 13:21
April 20th Day of Action Against Extraction: Join Us
Rising Tide is hosting a day of action against Tar Sands extraction and the shipments in Hood River, Oregon along the Columbia River! BBQ-Kayaks-Kites-Music-Action Against the Tar Sands

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rAT 14.04.2011 10:56
AZ. 'Sheriff Joe' Busted for Stealing $100 Million from Jail Improvement Fund
America's Crookedest Sheriff Now we know why all those prisoners have been freezing in flimsy tents and eating oatmeal 24/7

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Balitang Pilipinas 14.04.2011 09:58
Marcos is not a hero! Protest the plan to make him one!
FERDINAND E. MARCOS is not a hero to the Filipino people. His martial law regime sent hundreds of thousands to jail, made people 'desaparecidos' because of their political beliefs. He is now being elevated to become a "hero" and plans are afoot by his families and allies to have him interred in Libingan ng mga Bayani (Cemetery of Heroes).

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Relay 14.04.2011 08:45
Protest Corporate Tax Dodgers: Monday—Tax Day—in Portland
While vital government services get cut, corporations like GE are making huge profits, but paying no federal taxes.

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Lone Vet 14.04.2011 08:33
Open Letter to President Obama
Obama's shame, you should free this man! Words, words and more words!

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Sophia Magdalena Scholl 14.04.2011 05:08
Illustrated: How To Detect Infiltrators and Observe Covert Police Misconduct
Front Cover This article discusses how to detect police spies, in the flesh, in their vehicles and how to observe their tactics, as well as a historical perspective on the use of spies. It is also very critical of community policing groups like Cellular On Patrol and the alumni of the FBI's National Citizens' Academy, who practice harassment tactics against American citizens, sometimes to the point where their victims commit suicide.

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joe anybody 13.04.2011 19:43
Video: International Meatout Day 3.20.11
MeatOut 2011 a short interview on the street with the International Meatout group

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blues 13.04.2011 17:04
Populism You Can Bank On
Demonstrations are a very important component of democracy. But elections are also crucial. Unfortunately, our plurality method voting system renders voting almost pointless because of the spoiler (black hat) effect. I suggest the approval with runoffs method, which would make elections meaningful. I am an equalitarian (this isn't France, so "egalitarian" is not the proper term, I say). I want to end the wars, bailouts, etc. And we need tariffs, etc.

Since there apparently are no significant alternatives to Obama the Stooge, I am now running for president. If my Free & Equal Party wins, we will give each and every citizen of age 17 on or after July 4, 2011 $10,000, tax free. To do whatever they want with (new cars, guns, drugs, whatever).

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Relay 13.04.2011 16:41
PORTLAND RISING RALLY AND MARCH FOR JOBS, NOT CUTS!
On April 16, 2011, hundreds of community members from all walks of life will join together in downtown Portland to call for "Good Jobs for All" and for Congress to protect the safety net including Social Security and Medicare.

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Animal Defense League 13.04.2011 16:30
World Week for Animals in Labs Schedule!
Over 20,000,000 million animals suffer and die in U.S. laboratories every year. These innocent victims are subjected to addictive drugs, caustic chemicals, ionizing radiation, chemical and biological weapons, electric shock, deprivation of food and/or water, psychological torture and many other horrors. World Laboratory Animal Liberation Week (April 17th - 23th, 2011 ) is the time when activists come together to make a difference for these animals.

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Joachim Hirsch 13.04.2011 09:27
Causes and Consequences of the Financial Crisis
The neoliberal restructuring and globalization of capitalism has led to states becoming practically the spoils of financial capital. The neoliberal program is increasingly enforced with the help of states. Governments only react to the conditions set for them by the economically powerful. This is the end of politics in the true sense.

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bmediacollective 12.04.2011 19:17
VIDEO: Verité Too: A Day Called "X"
Month of March Media Mashup

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Portland Solidarity Group 12.04.2011 18:02
Tea Party Rally this Friday - Anti Rally Details.
Anti Tea - Party Rally.

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free human being 12.04.2011 14:47
Japan Nuclear Radiation Forecast For April 12-13 Shows Moderate Concentration Of Radiation
Advisory to US West Coast Citizens: Stay indoors as much as possible to reduce your exposure to radiation for April 12th and April 13th. Try to avoid the rain at all costs.

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YES to green space; NO to greenwashing 12.04.2011 14:03
The Plan to Destroy a Park @ the Boise Neighborhood Association Meeting 4/11/11
This? This was a regular meeting for the neighborhood association so much of it was unrelated to the potential project / destruction of green space just north of the Mississippi Ballroom. Several folks (~10) who want to keep the park a park showed up, making up about 1/3 of the meeting's attendees. From the beginning there was no prospect of this development going before the neighborhood association for a vote. No, in this case Chris Rogers (developer for the proposed 4008 N Miss. building) has studied what 'went wrong' with previous attempts to develop this and nearby sites like the Kurisu Project and the Mississippi Ave. Lofts. One thing that 'went wrong' for those previous developers was that their projects were required by the city of Portland to seek neighborhood approval. Naturally problems arose for the developers whose main interest (to make a lot of money) often conflicted with resident's desires for livability and desire to stop economic displacement / gentrification.

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Susan Stelljes 12.04.2011 12:13
The Patrick Movement-Oregon
I just wanted to post about a new group on Facebook: Patrick the National Movement. We are a grassroots group trying to network and work towards changing laws regarding animal abuse and neglect. Our goal is to work with other groups as well to get the message out about the crime of animal abuse.

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Dana Gabriel 12.04.2011 11:20
U.S. Dictating North American Air Travel Security
Bill C-42 is a key component of the North American security perimeter. It is another example of how Canada is being further pressured to adopt U.S. security standards. In many cases, the Department of Homeland Security will now have the final say on who is allowed to travel to and from Canada.

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Joe Anybody 12.04.2011 10:39
Video: Washington State University, students rise up against tuition increases
Access to Complete Education The WSU students held a discussion last night on their campus about the rise in tuition rates.
The students are demanding, that the funds needed for education costs, cant come from raising the tuitions of the students, who especially are the most vulnerable.

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Den Mark, Vancouver 12.04.2011 09:27
Obama Afraid of UN Visit with Bradley Manning
Obama administration refusal tells me everything i need to know about Manning's confinement, & that confinement tells me everything i need to know about Barack Obama.

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www.grittv.org 12.04.2011 07:03
Video: Francis Fox Piven and Cornell West
Corporate policy has brought drastic austerity measures, cutting the floor of social benefits. We've been cutting taxes on the rich and corporations. If we restored the 1961 tax rate, we would gain $7 trillion over ten years.

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Ann Garrison 12.04.2011 06:42
Tear Gas and Arrests; Birth of a Ugandan Civil Rights Movement?
Kampala - Ugandan opposition leader Dr. Kizza Besigye was arrested while walking to work in Kampala, Uganda's capitol, on Monday morning, as part of a Walk to Work protest of the rising cost of fuel and consequent rise in the cost of living. Norbert Mao, another of the leading presidential candidates in Uganda's February election, was also arrested walking to work in Kampala. Both have been released, and Besigye has been charged with inciting violence. He has since told Uganda's National Monitor that he is willing to die to restore sanity to Ugandan governance, including civil liberties for all citizens.

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Sudhama Ranganathan 12.04.2011 03:58
Paper vs. Plastic
One of the issues on the back burner in US politics now is that of undocumented immigration and sadly so. The issue was huge in 2010 due in large part to Arizona's Senate Bill 1070 which attempted to curb undocumented immigration using some controversial means. Many of the more contentious aspects of the bill ended up being cut from the bill before it went into effect and the issue is still being juggled in federal courts. Now with the nation's still troubled economy, Japan's disaster, increased turmoil in the Middle East and the budget battles, immigration is no longer front and center, which is unfortunate for many.

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free human being 11.04.2011 23:01
Breaking News: New Quake Hits Japan, Fire At Fukushima Nuclear Reactor #4 Follows
another fire on the Fukushima plant. At least the second in as many days.

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free human being 11.04.2011 22:56
Japan Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Upgraded To Worst Case Level 7 Event Equal To Chernobyl
a month later, they are doing what they should have done from day one...

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Joe Anybody 11.04.2011 21:57
Video: Portland Sidewalk Sharing Advisory Committee Meeting on April 4 2011
The monthly Portland Sharing Sidewalk Advisory Committee Meeting was documented (filmed) and is available here on Portland Indymedia.
This meeting is open to the public on the 1st Monday of the month.

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X 11.04.2011 17:22
ELECTION SEASON
Poor performance from piss poor planning [5ps] Who do the Democrats and Republicans Represent?

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AnonAnok 11.04.2011 16:14
May Day?
Anyone want to organize a march/rally?

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free human being 11.04.2011 15:40
the air you breath, the water you drink, your ocean, even the rain is radioactive...
but nobody seems to care???

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WTF 11.04.2011 15:20
Power Companies Sponsoring Earth Day?
NW Natural and Pacific Power sponsoring Earth Day? Say it ain't so.

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Friends Volunteer 11.04.2011 13:55
Benefit Book Sale
The Friends of the Multnomah County Library will hold its spring used book and music sale in Troutdale April 16 and 17 at 2483 SW Cherry Park Road in the Cherry Park Market off Northeast 238th Avenue, near the Troutdale Branch Library.

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YU Contemporary 11.04.2011 13:41
YU PRESENTS INNAUGURAL EXHIBITION: SELECTIONS FROM THE PCVA ARCHIVE
Installation view, Chuck Close exhibition at the PCVA Join YU May 6 from 6-9pm for the opening reception of its inaugural exhibition SELECTIONS FROM THE PCVA ARCHIVE, which will honor the legacy of the Portland Center for the Visual Arts (PCVA) and revisit a vibrant and important moment in the history of contemporary art in Portland. The PCVA's artist-run, artist-centric ethos attracted some of the top artists in the country for nearly two decades from its founding in 1972, including Robert Rauschenberg, John Cage, Trisha Brown, Sol LeWitt, Chuck Close, Ed Ruscha, among many others.

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citybeat.com 11.04.2011 11:52
10 Year Anniversary of Cincinnati Riots
The city of Cincinnati celebrates the decade anniversary by banning car rims, which is a serious blatantly racist attack since only people in black communities have these car rims. This matter affects a far larger portion of the population than it would in communities like Portland. It would be closer to a similar ban in L.A. Cars can be impounded for having these rims. It is worth knowing that it is hard to afford to get a vehicle out of impound in Cincinnati, given there is a fee for the tow and a daily charge for the impound.

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Project Humanbeingsfirst.org 11.04.2011 11:37
Propaganda and the Mighty Wurlitzer By Zahir Ebrahim
Imperial Mobilization of ruling states has the deep purse strings and the wherewithal to enact any macro propaganda they deem necessary and useful, permit Hegelian dialectics to be spawned within it covering the entire gamut of discourse with opposites alternately denying and affirming with truths, half-truths, and imaginative evidence-free story-telling, and can sustain it over long periods of time because while governments change, the Mighty Wurlitzer goes on forever. Therefore, understanding the Mighty Wurlitzer is essential for getting one's head wrapped around statecraft that defines itself as: 'Deception is a state of mind and the mind of the State'.

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Red and Black Cafe 11.04.2011 09:53
The Adventures of Unemployed Man
Come check out this presentation and reading! Thursday, April 14th at 7pm.

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