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The Desert Liberation Front

The Desert Liberation Front

This is a special report about the motherfuckin resistance down under. It was recently revealed that Australian uranium was used to fuel the Fukushima nuclear power plant.

Hood River Rising Tide International Day of Action

Hood River Rising Tide International Day of Action

On April 20th, 2011 Groups around the world commemorated the BP Deep Water Horizon Oil catastrophe with actions calling for an end destructive energy resource extraction. In Hood River, Oregon, members of the community, people from the Northwest and guests from Canada handed a resolution to the City Administration calling for a shipping ban on heavy machinery bound for the Alberta Tar Sands up the Columbia River. People gathered on the river banks to fly kites, enjoy kayaking, listen to […]

Cual Independencia–Thousands Take to the Streets in Opposition of the Coup on Honduran Day of Independence

Cual Independencia–Thousands Take to the Streets in Opposition of the Coup on Honduran Day of Independence

Another update from our friends on the ground: September 15th is the National Independence Day of Honduras. In Teguacigalpa, thousands of FNRP members ( La Frente National Resitencia Popular) filled the street with banners, in a continued presence of solidarity and resistance to the coup. The 2 mile march was energetic with dozens of marching bands and the different parts of the resistance once again taking the streets! The FNRP presented over 1.2 million signatures gathered in 5 months to […]

Paramilitaries kill human rights activists in Oaxaca

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.