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D.Ivers 11.02.2016 10:00
Federal Crime Victim Implanted and Tortured by FBI
Federal crime victim form Vancouver Washington was implanted with a neurophonic transceiver, which in some circles, is considered a torture device.

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reppohssarg 11.02.2016 08:10
Achtung! Aramark Yosemite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Razor-wire for Yogi & Boo Boo (&you & me too)...........

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Annika Reich and Marc Batko 10.02.2016 07:01
Farewell to Homo Oeconomicus
Capitalism is not running so well. Is this because people are judged wrongly with misguided models\? Don't competition and cooperation strengthen each other\? Why is the SF-condo model praised to the skies and the Vancouver B.C.-community center model ignored and scorned as unrealistic\? Is democracy supplanted by plutocracy\? Has resignation replaced passion\? Public spirit returns with counter-measures, local initiatives, re-balancing and affordable housing.

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Aeneas Rainer 10.02.2016 06:58
Gewindeberg Blows The Whistle On Ukraine Diplomacy
When Iran recently cancelled a reactor manufacturing contract with Russia over a sexualised assault by a senior engineer dispatched to the country, it resonated heavily within the mortgage-burdened industry´s rumour mill. As the employee was escorted into an air plane from the republic, it was speculated that funds collected for the purchase of a reactor fleet were to be diverted to the flight sector. But that was largely a distraction, says the South African university teacher, since the senior engineer who fingered the burqa of a senior health worker had been in the business for decades and already participated in the construction of the failed Chernobyl reactors. Gewindeberg now says in short, since replacing the Triple Alliance with the Security Council lead to a breakthrough in Tehran, it is well advised to try the same in Ukraine, but even better not to rely upon it because it remains helpless on Three Mile Island.

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blues 09.02.2016 21:32
Old Times -- Good Times -- Teenage Love
Their signal is too strong. Our message is not getting through.

Mary Wells - My Guy
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1M5eEJeT38

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_ 09.02.2016 12:35
#BlackLivesMatter Activist Shoots Self In Front Of Ohio Statehouse
 http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2016/02/08/Statehouse-suicide.html

Franklin Township man takes his life outside Statehouse

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Jonathan Quilter | Dispatch
Police investigate the scene Monday at the west side entrance to the Statehouse.

By Jim Woods The Columbus Dispatch • Monday February 8, 2016 8:10 PM

A Franklin Township man killed himself outside the front door of the Statehouse Downtown on Monday evening.

Authorities were called just after 6 p.m. to a shooting, which occurred up the steps and at the entrance to the Statehouse, on the S. High Street side.

MarShawn M. McCarrel II, 23, was pronounced dead at the scene, said Lt. Craig Cvetan of the State Highway Patrol.

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Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives 08.02.2016 16:40
Audio: What's Wrong with the TPP\? 27 min
The cultural and economic impact and the ISDS are analyzed. Philip Morris is suing Australia and Uruguay for lost profits. Public interest regulations are threatened by a parallel private arbitration system ruling in secret and irrevocable.

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blues 08.02.2016 10:05
Will Saudis, Et Al. Attack Syria Now?
This looks very, very bad. Would they try it?

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David F. Ruccio 08.02.2016 02:37
Capitalism's growth problem
Contemporary capitalism has a big problem. And no one seems to be able to refute it.
The problem, as Robert J. Gordon sees it, is that economic growth is slowing down, it has been for decades, and there's no prospect for a resumption of fast economic growth in the foreseeable future. After fifty (from 1920 to 1970) years of relatively fast growth, and a single decade (the 1950s) of spectacular growth, the prospects for continued growth seem to have dimmed after 1970.

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Internationalist Video 05.02.2016 17:58
Video: Portland Labor Defend Abortion Rights Rally
Nathan Moore 05.02.2016 09:51
"Working-class folk duo" Monday Morning Denial Releases Debut EP–For Free!
Eugene, Oregon's "working class folk" duo Monday Morning Denial has released their first recording-a five song EP titled, "Scoundrels That We Are." The EP explores topics such as 19th century anarchism, the Great Depression, fishing, gentle parenting, and the founding of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), and it showcases the lyrical abilities and social concerns of husband-and-wife duo Kate Downing and Nathan Moore. "Scoundrels That We Are," is a FREE album, and listeners, social justice organizations, and activists are encouraged to download it and use the songs! Solidarity!

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REPPOHSSARG 05.02.2016 09:00
ANCIENT FOREST RAPE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
but do you even care????????????????????????????????????????

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Dan Roberts 04.02.2016 16:55
The Shortwave Report 02/05/16 Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. China Radio International, NHK World Radio Japan, Radio Deutsche-Welle, Radio Havana Cuba, and Sputnik Radio.

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Bob Hatton 04.02.2016 15:19
Job opening at Portland Fruit Tree Project: Full-time Orchard Programs Coordinator
A job announcement for a local non-profit, Portland Fruit Tree Project

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Class Struggle Workers - Portland 03.02.2016 18:25
Bridge City Militant No. 2 is out!
Bridge City Militant No. 2, Winter 2016 Newsletter of Class Struggle Workers Portland

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Paola 03.02.2016 06:57
LAS VIOLACIONES DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS EN LA ACTUALIDAD
LAS VIOLACIONES DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS EN LA ACTUALIDAD

Defensores de derechos humanos coinciden que 67 años después de su edición de la Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos sigue siendo más un sueño que una realidad.

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Jens Berger 03.02.2016 05:00
Who is the Radical\? Bernie Sanders
Bernie Sanders is the candidate of young voters and sparks a movement in the social media. Sanders is the man of the people and Clinton is the woman of big money. In the US, politicians who change their positions all the time are called "flip-floppers."Clinton compares Putin with Hitler. Sanders urges a diplomatic solutions of problems. Who is the radical\?

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Greg Williams 02.02.2016 13:35
Congressional Hearing Examines Puerto Rico Debt Crisis
The US House of Representatives held its second hearing on Puerto Rico's debt crisis this year. The hearing focused on potential legislative solutions including bankruptcy protection and an economic oversight board.

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panem et circenses 01.02.2016 23:17
Sanders: Iowa Caucus Result "A Victory For Our Political Revolution"
in partial response and context to a preceding post on the Portland IMC Newswire 'Bernie Sanders' Socialist America'  http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/01/431505.shtml
[From that article, QUOTE:] "Bernie's idea of political revolution starts with the American people getting out to vote in record numbers..."

Tonight after the Iowa Caucus results came in with quite a close race between him and Democrat Party candidate Hillary Clinton, Sanders further advanced the "voter turnout / participation of millions" notion, for and about his campaign.

Sanders tonight, QUOTE:
"Tonight's result is a victory for our political revolution. We have proved that when people come together, anything is possible. New Hampshire votes next, where we have a slight lead in the polls. If we win there, we'll have all the momentum. What counts now is how we respond in this moment."

( FWIW personally I put virtually zero stock in what politician Sanders has to offer, but his rhetoric here is marginally intriguing for a Corporate-One-Party candidate. )

Excerpt of Bernie Sanders' post-caucus speech below.

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Josh Brandon 01.02.2016 12:27
New Canadian government brings opportunity to address housing crisis
Two key ingredients have been essential for achieving positive results. Firstly, it is necessary to have a partner in government willing to listen and invest in housing. But equally important, activism at a local level is needed to mobilize knowledge and initiative to propose and develop project to meet the needs of residents. Now, with a potential partner at the federal level, the possibility for progress exists,

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rAT 01.02.2016 10:38
Infinite War- Best NEW Documentary- America's Endless Blueprint for Global Conflict
This lays it all out for all time. A MUST SEE!!!!

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Byung-Chul Han 31.01.2016 15:03
Why Revolution Is No Longer Possible
The tough logic of capitalism prevails even at the heart of the sharing economy. As nice as it may be to share, no one gives away anything for free.

Why is the neoliberal system of domination so stable? Why is there so little resistance to it? Why does the resistance that does occur so quickly come to naught? Why, despite the ever-expanding divide between rich and poor, is revolution no longer possible? To explain this state of affairs, we need a precise understanding of how power and domination function today.

In disciplinary and industrial society, system-preserving power was repressive. Factory workers were brutally exploited by factory owners. Such violent exploitation of others' labor entailed acts of protest and resistance. There, it was possible for a revolution to topple the standing relations of production. In that system of repression, both the oppressors and the oppressed were visible. There was a concrete opponent — a visible enemy — and one could offer resistance.

The neoliberal system of domination has a wholly different structure. Now, system-preserving power no longer works through repression, but through seduction — that is, it leads us astray. It is no longer visible, as was the case under the regime of discipline. Now, there is no longer a concrete opponent, no enemy suppressing freedom that one might resist.

Neoliberalism turns the oppressed worker into a free contractor, an entrepreneur of the self. Today, everyone is a self-exploiting worker in their own enterprise. Every individual is master and slave in one. This also means that class struggle has become an internal struggle with oneself. Today, anyone who fails to succeed blames themselves and feels ashamed. People see themselves, not society, as the problem.

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Joe Anybody 30.01.2016 20:50
Video: 350 PDX - Paris Climate Talks - Report Back 1.20.16
A Report Back on January 20 2016. Filmed at "The Peace House" in Portland Oregon.

A panel of four tell of their experiences in Paris at the Climate Talks
Introductions by: Maya Jarrad: 350PDX's volunteer coordinator

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Anonimous 30.01.2016 15:12
Determiusnation of Brain Death: Manipulating the border between life and death?
Brain death declaration may be described as an esoteric creation of neurologists and neurosurgeons who are seeking to speed up death for the purposes of an organ harvest/transplant.

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Dana Gabriel 29.01.2016 20:01
Rebuilding and Expanding the North American Relationship
The TPP marks another step towards greater regional cooperation and integration. The U.S.-driven trade deal changes how member countries manage their economies and businesses. It sets the rules for a new global economic order, which would further erode national sovereignty. The TPP together with the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership are part of plans to merge North America with Asia and Europe.

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Ethan Earle 29.01.2016 07:31
Bernie Sanders' Socialist America
Bernie believes there has been a corporate takeover of American democracy, and this is where he returns to the idea of political revolution. In nearly every speech he makes this clarion call, and he is always unequivocal about the fact that neither he nor any other politician can make the necessary changes alone. Bernie's idea of political revolution starts with the American people getting out to vote in record numbers...

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Connie Dot 28.01.2016 22:09
Jan. 30 statewide solidarity with Harney County against white militias/terrorists
See  http://www.rop.org/harney-county-taking-action/ for solidarity in your area with Harney County and rural Oregon, and the Rural Organizing Project against white terrorists destroying our commons, terrorizing local people, stealing public property, and distracting us from far more important issues.

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Dan Roberts 28.01.2016 17:22
The Shortwave Report 01/29/16 Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. Radio Deutsche-Welle, NHK World Radio Japan, China Radio International, and Radio Havana Cuba.

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INDYRADIO 28.01.2016 16:23
Fraternal Order of Police - data dumped by hacker
325,000 files from the Fraternal Order of Police from a terabyte trove was released today. The news included about an "insurance file" is from an unrelated adventure of The Cthulhu that is still pending, but he continues with his own "business as usual"

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Paola 27.01.2016 19:34
Haciendo Realidad los Derechos Humanos en el Día de Martin Luther King
En honor del Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., los voluntarios de la Jóvenes por los Derechos Humanos de la Florida celebra junto con otros grupos de la ciudad en el Festival anual de la Comunidad Dr. Martin Luther King Jr..

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rooster 27.01.2016 08:32
NUTCASE ALERT!
Trying to survive in the machine-world of Mordor-Amerikkka

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AE911Truth 26.01.2016 21:30
Architect vs. Blacksmith: Viral 9/11 Truth-Debunking Blacksmith Gets It All Wrong
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvuKUmK9eB0

In the words of Trenton Tye (aka The Blacksmith), why don't these dumb things die?

"The truth is, before 9/11 [collapse of WTC towers in New York City], the term global collapse didn't even exist. Buildings survived fires, plane crashes, earthquakes, terrorist attacks, botched demolitions and even nuclear explosions. Never, before or after 9/11, have we seen such catastrophic failures."

Jet fuel fires reach temperatures of around 1,500°F only under optimal conditions. In open air conditions like the WTC buildings, they burn at around 600°F. Even according to the government agency that investigated the disaster, there is no evidence that any of the steel was heated to the point where it would lose its strength.

There have been literally hundreds of hotter, larger, longer-lasting fires in steel-frame high-rises over the last century, and never has one caused the total collapse of a building. Tye's simplistic logic implies that many of these infernos should have led to a total collapse. Of course, none has — and that also goes for the three steel-frame high-rises that were destroyed on 9/11.

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Jan Oberg 26.01.2016 06:19
Behind every refugee stands an arms trader
Humankind has abolished slavery, absolute monarchy, cannibalism and, in principle, child labor. To solve, or at least reduce, the mounting refugee problem, we should begin to discuss how to increase human civilization by criminalizing arms trade and by abolishing war - as stated in the UN Charter Preamble. But there are taboos on such common sense ideas in all the countries which consider themselves civilised compared with the morally weak and uncivilized countriesthey destroy

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blues 25.01.2016 07:44
Flush the TPP! Protests Are Everywhere -- But None Yet In Oregon?
This TPP Trade "Agreement" (TREATY) allows international corporations to sue any government that attempts to protect its citizens from their misdeeds.

In "corporate courts" even. Nice huh?

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Alexandra Endres 25.01.2016 04:00
Oxfam Study: Six Reasons to be Outraged
Whether inequality harms or benefits was disputed for a long while. It could motivate individuals to more effort and stimulate growth, one side believed. It takes the chances for education and development from those who are poore4r, the other said. Perhaps the truth in the theory lies somewhere in between. Then inequality would be motivating as long as the diffe4rence was not insurmountably great... Money buys power.

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Jim Lockhart 24.01.2016 20:38
Portland Malheur Wildlife Refuge Rally and Protest
On January 19, 2016, Oregon citizens state wide gather to protest the ongoing armed occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. Here in Portland the event was held at Holladay Park.

 https://youtu.be/\_IGMEsjGY-k

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Greg Williams 24.01.2016 18:38
Puerto Rico Cuts Services as Budget Gap Grows
Puerto Rico's government continues to cut public services as the economic crisis worsens. The Government Development Bank announced this week that the island's budget gap is $2 billion higher than expected. The prison system in Puerto Rico can no longer pay a vendor that feeds inmates. Some special education teachers are no longer being paid.

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A-Radio Berlin 24.01.2016 07:53
(A-Radio) Mediterranean 4: The self-managed soap factory Vio.me in Thessaloniki
As Anarchist Radio Berlin we had the opportunity of talking to the workers of the self-managed soap factory Vio.me in Thessaloniki, Greece.
In our interview they tell us about the origins of this factory take-over by the workers, what this had to do with experiences in Argentina and they managed to overcome financial problems. Listen to this audio also to know how to show solidarity, as Vio.me is threatened by eviction due to a planned compulsory auction of the premises.

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Connie Dot 23.01.2016 21:54
conference to end child sex trafficking, Troutdale Jan 26, 6 pm
Please come to Troutdale, OR city council conference on ending child sex trafficking, hosted by Larry Morgan, Tues., Jan. 26th, starting at 6 pm.

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blues 23.01.2016 20:42
Me Be The Media? We Must Go The Extra Mile
It's fine and great that Portland Indymedia specializes in genuine grass-roots reporting. But times have changed drastically since Indymedia began. Almost the only true U.S. Indymedia sites (in the real sense) are Portland Indymena and San Francisco's Indybay.org.

However, just reporting local news seems to be a limited agenda. Just as much, we now need social justice protagonist fresh thought inquiry. Having the grass-roots social justice reports is extremely important. But this is of limited value if we neglect to continue to sharpen our ability to understand them from fresh perspectives.

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workerbee3 23.01.2016 15:30
You Be The Media
PIMC (is) primarily for reporting local news by "you" the individual. The intention were never to become a news aggregate, or site that is reposting corporate media stories. The concept is for people in the PDX area to write their own "news" around the social justice struggle in the *area they live in.

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shaker 23.01.2016 09:23
Preparing for the Traditional Season of Campaigning?
Mitch McConnell, a man who would at least tacitly threaten government closure over a nickel in the welfare budget proposing the fast-tracking bestowal of authorization for the use of military force upon an oppposition lame-duck president. How convenient.

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Radical Mycology 23.01.2016 03:45
Portland Author Releases Revolutionary Book on Mushrooms and Culture
On February 6th, author and Portland native Peter McCoy will be celebrating the release of Radical Mycology, a book on DIY mushroom cultivation, pollution clean up, and much more. The free, all ages event will be held from 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont St., Portland, OR.

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Rebecca Em Campbell 22.01.2016 18:15
OPEN LETTER TO SEATTLE CITY COUNCIL MEMBER LISA HERBOLD-JANUARY 21, 2016
Concise open letter to a newly elected but well-informed Seattle city council member exposing systemic banking cartel foreclosure fraud with corporate-controlled government/media collusion as a major underreported root cause of homelessness for lower/middle class families/individuals, specifically in Seattle/King County Washington State and Portland/Multnomah County, Oregon, and what can be done to end it.

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blues 21.01.2016 19:35
Capitalism Is Solely About Breaking Small People
That's Right. Being Rich Is Purely And Totally About Domination.

If You Fail To Understand -- Ask About Guantanamo. (Or just don't ask -- keep political science -- don't get machine-free simple score voting.)

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Dan Roberts 21.01.2016 17:09
The Shortwave Report 01/22/16 Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. NHK World Radio Japan, Radio Havana Cuba, Sputnik Radio, and Spanish National Radio.

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Maxine Bernstein 21.01.2016 12:47
Portland Police 'Officer Too Friendly' Resigns After Lying About Sex On Duty
A 16-year Portland police veteran was allowed to quietly resign last year after he met a woman on a police call, had sex with her on and off duty and then lied about his behavior.

The officer was found to have lied to emergency dispatchers about his whereabouts, claiming he was taking a statement when he actually had driven to the woman's hotel room for sex in 2014, according to bureau reports made public for the first time.

George R. Holloway Jr., 54, resigned Jan. 6, 2015, according to bureau and state records, months before a police review panel unanimously recommended that he be fired.

The Police Review Board, made up of community representatives and police, also recommended that a "Do Not Rehire'' warning go into the officer's personnel file.

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repost 21.01.2016 10:20
Former prisoner Shaker Aamer: Gitmo built with the sole purpose of breaking people
Full interview (RT video)

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Workerbee 21.01.2016 02:02
2016 Compost Bin is coming soon
Coming soon to the Compost Bin will be a folder for 2016.

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Native Americans Against Discrimination 20.01.2016 16:50
How NAFPS and Al Carroll Are Under Attack by White Racists...Again
Native Americans have been fighting for their spiritual traditions for decades against New Age cultural appropriation and commercial exploitaton. NAFPS and Al Carroll have been at the forefront, and for that, white racists have always hated them, slandered them, and demonized them. The good news is, the racists have always failed.

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Kate Evans 20.01.2016 16:21
Rosa Luxemburg Explains Capitalism Using Spoons
In this excerpt, the teenage Rosa Luxemburg teaches her family about Marx's Das Kapital, explaining material and social relations and the problem of money.

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Jason Renaud and Jenny Westberg 19.01.2016 17:36
Police accountability starts with a new police union contract
This practice is fair in theory; workers deserve protections from capricious management, and especially from cowardly politicians. But when a police officer brings dishonor to himself, to his colleagues, to the bureau and is the cause of mistrust between officers and basically everyone else in town - he needs to go.

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Foo 19.01.2016 17:33
Social Justice Conversation for PDX Mayoral Candidates
Social Justice Conversation for PDX Mayoral Candidates

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Alexandra Endres 19.01.2016 04:04
Arbitration Courts: A Dirty Gold Rush
Pacific Rim, a Canadian gold mining corporation, is suing El Salvador for $301 million in lost profits. Salvadorians oppose mining because of the likely contamination of their drinking water. Can a poor country prohibit its exploitation for the sake of the environment\? Foreign investors should not have special rights to sue. Can compensation be demanded when a country follows the democratic will of its population\? Is a way of development being forced on a country\?

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. 18.01.2016 21:26
John Coltrane — "Reverend King" (1966)
(11:27)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npKzP-16xw8

"Reverend King"
composed by John Coltrane

recorded 2nd February 1966

for the album 'Cosmic Music'
(released in 1968, Impulse! &#8206;- AS-9148)

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Class Struggle Workers - Portland 18.01.2016 10:42
Pickets Confront Anti-Abortion Rally
CSWP pickets anti-abortion rally, 17 January 2016. On Sunday, January 17, CSWP initiated a spirited picket line that shouted down an anti-abortion "youth rally" at a swank Portland Pearl District caterer.

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portland indy lurker 17.01.2016 15:24
PDC IMC GENERAL MEETING WOO!!!!!!!!!!
Its been said recently that Portland Indymedia belongs to ALL of us and if anyone wants change they need to get involved. Good idea!! So where\?

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Joe Anybody 17.01.2016 12:37
Video: Portland Human Rights Commission Jan 6 Meeting
The public monthly meeting for the Portland Human Rights Commission was on Jan 6 2016.
They hold their meetings on the first Wednesday of the month at 4:00 PM in downtown Portland.
The Human Rights Commissioners are all volunteers.

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A-Radio Berlin 16.01.2016 13:52
(A-Radio) Mediterranean 3: The self-organized refugee squat Orfanotrofeio in Thessaloniki
The following audio is a recording made by activists of the self-organized refugee squat Orfanotrofeio in Thessaloniki, Greece. This material has been made available to us by our comrades at Crna Luknja, the anarchist radio show at Radio Student in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.

The comrades of Orfanotrofeio tell about the conditions that led to squatting this place in Thessaloniki in the beginning of last December and about their struggle to keep the place despite of all obstacles.

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shaker 16.01.2016 13:15
Today's 'Production' and Closing Walmarts
Well, I guess you're again in for another one of my offerings facilitated free time and by the only high-school course that I feel has best served me throughout my life: typing.

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