Variety V: Occupation Nation

As zombies threaten to consume all that’s left of our spectacular society, B Media’s “Occupation Nation” slams the new era of global uprising into an hour-long episode of remixed shorts that explore the philosophical roots of the recent movement of 99%. The mycelia network that has spread across the world is deeply rooted in historical Read more about Variety V: Occupation Nation[…]

Return of People’s Cinema

This Friday marks the triumphant return of B Media’s People’s Cinema, a wildly popular film series that we held three times a week at the Chapman Park occupation during October. People’s Cinema will now be a part of Occupy Portland’s Arts and Entertainment Night in collaboration with OP’s Arts and Entertainment Committee and TUPAC at Read more about Return of People’s Cinema[…]

Arte y Resistencia at PSU–Film Screening and Teach In

Join us for 2 days of films, discussion and teach ins @ Portland State. The B Media Collective has released the first installments of their Art and Resistance series! Day ONE – Monday, November 29th: 1-3pm, SMSU 296 Day TWO – Tuesday, November 30th 7-9pm, SMSU 294 ……——————————————————– The ART AND RESISTANCE Film Series is Read more about Arte y Resistencia at PSU–Film Screening and Teach In[…]

CIPO-CARAVAN in Portland! (Biking to COP 16 in Cancun)

On November 8, 2010 CIPO-VAN launched the cipo-caravan, an epic bike ride from
Vancouver, Canada to Oaxaca, Mexico.

The purpose of the cipo-caravan is to raise awareness and build community
around the projects and struggles of the Consejo Indigena Popular de Oaxaca –
Ricardo Flores Magon and of migrant agriculture workers in Canada.

Come learn and discuss about these issues, and be part of this crazy project!

Bikes and revolution!

when: Tuesday, November 16, 2010, starts at 5 pm
where: Cramer Hall 268 at Portland State University

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.