New Video: CLDC 10th Anniversary

B Media made the 10th anniversary video for The Civil Liberties Defense Center, whose mission focuses on defending and upholding civil liberties through education, outreach, litigation, and legal support and assistance. The CLDC strives to preserve the strength and vitality of the Bill of Rights and the U.S. and state constitutions, as well as to Read more about New Video: CLDC 10th Anniversary[…]

Blood on the Tracks at Democracy Now!

You’ve probably seen our short piece we did for Brian Willson’s book tour: But here is an hour long interview with him on Democracy Now! that is both harrowing and inspiring (we helped send the B-roll footage to the DN! producers):

New Seasons Supermarket Flashmobbed by Portland BDS

May 29th, Portland, OR— Shoppers at Portland’s Concordia New Seasons were greeted with an unexpected performance this afternoon when about two dozen Portlanders broke into song and dance. “New Seasons, you say you’re local but you buy into Israeli occupation,” participants sang, referencing the 19 Israeli products New Seasons carries. The flash mob, coordinated by the Portland BDS (Boycott, Divest and Sanction) Coalition, was part of an ongoing campaign calling on New Seasons to stop selling Israeli products.

Ali Abunimah On Community Media

While in Olympia talking about the significance of the Olympia Food Coop’s decision to join the international boycott of Israeli goods in light of the country’s continued attack on the Palestinian People, Ali Abunimah spoke to B Media about the importance of independent media.

Paramilitaries kill human rights activists in Oaxaca

Jyri Antero Jaakkola (February 11, 1977 – April 27, 2010 Oaxaca, Mexico) was a Finnish human-rights activist. He was on his way to San Juan Copala, a village of Trique indigenous people that has declared itself autonomous, as a human-rights observer when he was shot dead by UBISORT, a paramilitary organization connected to Institutional Revolutionary Party. In the attack died also Alberta Cariño, an activist for the local organization CACTUS, and more than ten people were wounded.