PEOPLES MOVEMENT

Seeking solutions to social ills, I've set out to document struggles disturbing the peoples' mind, causing hardships in some instances even death to others.
It is my hope that someday these causes will be eliminated that a better society is established for all.
Another World Is Possible.
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FAIR USE ACT NOTICE —————— WATCH THIS !!!  SHOCKING : CALIFORNIA COPS OPEN FIRE ON MEN - WOMEN - CHILDREN - BABIES Cops shot non-lethal rounds toward men, women and children and unleashed a dog who charged toward a stroller during a clash with mostly Latino residents in Anaheim following an officer-involved shooting there.

Renowned anti-racist author Tim Wise examines how society is being divided and conquered on the basis of race and class. But legendary activist Angela Davis says we must not give up hope. On this edition, we hear Davis and Wise discuss privatization, the economy, and other critical issues of our times

The problem with these ideas is that they can be interpreted in two ways. They either link up with dominant neoliberalism, which also wants more reciprocity between citizens taking care of themselves, wants more volunteers to do social work, and wants to do away with rights, redistribution and welfare states.

A great portion of the federal government is sponsored by big corporations, so naturally, nearly every act of Congress and the Supreme Court is done so with the ultimate goal of deregulating industry and maximizing corporate profits at the expense of citizen and consumer rights. These puppets of industry occupying our government will discredit and crack down on anyone trying to stop, delay or reverse the process by any means necessary.

The New York Police Department apparently classifies individuals who choose to exercise their right to videotape police engaging in their public duties “professional agitators” as revealed by a poster inside the NYPD’s 30th Precinct.

While this is hardly surprising coming from a police department so woefully corrupt that an officer who actually attempted to do his job by exposing rampant, systematic corruption ended up being thrown in a psychiatric ward by his superiors, it is troubling nonetheless.

Shot on the front lines and meeting spaces of the Occupy movement in NYC, Boston, and Washington, DC from the earliest days through the end of January 2012 American Autumn: an Occudoc is an inside looking out view of the occupy movement.

 With interviews and insight from key organizers, thinkers and activists including Medea Benjamin, David Degraw, Dr. Margaret Flowers, Lee Camp, Naomi Klein, Nathan Schneider, Ashley Sanders, Vlad Teichberg, Sgt. Shamar Thomas, Dr. Cornel West, Kevin Zeese and many more, writer/ director Dennis Trainor Jr weaves commentary and a fearless style that often puts the viewer right between police and protesters.

 The film includes an original score by Goldi, a member of the OWS music Rebel group and Guitarmy, with additional original music created by Mike Lawrence-Yanicelli.

 The legendary punk band FUGAZI supplied additional songs.

The report demonstrates that many common claims of private prison companies have not only been repeatedly disproven, but that the private model often results in the hiring of low-paid, poorly trained staff, which can lead to compromised levels of safety for staff and inmates, as well as the general public. The report also explores the influence private prison companies exert over criminal justice policy making and the industry’s overall lack of transparency.

The Blue Bloc is made up of the local, state, and federal law enforcement (sic) officers and agents who have unleashed a coordinated, relentless, and often unlawful assault on the Occupy movement for more than eight months now. The Blue Bloc possesses a wide array of taxpayer subsidized, military-st…

NATO Protests - Chicago 2012

The Move Your Money campaign has been wildly successful in mobilizing people and raising awareness of the issues, but it has not made much of a dent in the reserves of Wall Street banks, which already had $1.6 trillion sitting in reserve accounts as a result of the Fed’s second round of quantitative…

Statement by Josefina Vidal, Head of United States Division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

We strongly reject the content of the report by the State Department on the situation of human rights in Cuba which the United States Government arrogates the right to issue, unaware of its own record of abuses within the country and in the world.

On May 22, marked the 100th day of the ongoing Quebec student strike, one of the largest student mobilizations in history.

Last Friday, the Quebec government enacted a draconian emergency law (Bill 78) intended to break the strike.

The law outlaws public assembly, imposes harsh fines for strike activity and effectively criminalizes protest, just as the movement is escalating to unprecedented levels.

On Tuesday in New York City, we demonstrated in solidarity with Quebec students and in defense of our right to protest.

An increase in the powers of the police and the state anywhere is an attack on us everywhere.

Join Us In Another Peaceful Action & March: Say No To Police Repression and Brutality

SOLIDARITY WITH QUEBEC STUDENT STRIKE

INFINITE SOLIDARITY WITH A CALL FOR INFINITE GENERAL STRIKE

ACTIONS IN NYC ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2012:

*8pm: March Against Police Oppression*

Meet in Washington Square Park, Manhattan

On Tuesday, May 22, 2012 during a peaceful Solidarity March with Quebec Students & and many others Against the Anti-Protest Laws Canada is attempting to enforce. . The NYPD here is seen using excessive force on one of the protestors.

Even after they were just about to put the peaceful protestor in their vehicle one of them who didn’t see the camera rolling pulls out an instrument out of his back pocket which appears be some object like a metal fist weight or something, which it is believe was to cause further harm before pushing him inside the cop car.

join Us In Another Peaceful Action & March: Say No To Police Repression and Brutality SOLIDARITY WITH QUEBEC STUDENT STRIKE INFINITE SOLIDARITY WITH A CALL FOR INFINITE GENERAL STRIKE ACTIONS IN NYC ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2012: *8pm: March Against Police Oppression* Meet in Washington Square Park, Manhattan

Solidarity with Quebec Students & March Against Anti-Protest Laws

On Tuesday, May 22, 2012 during a peaceful Solidarity March with Quebec Students & and many others Against the Anti-Protest Laws Canada is attempting to enforce. .

Join Us In Another Peaceful Action & March: Say No To Police Repression and Brutality

                               SOLIDARITY WITH QUEBEC STUDENT STRIKE

              INFINITE SOLIDARITY WITH A CALL FOR INFINITE GENERAL STRIKE

                             ACTIONS IN NYC ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2012:

                                      *8pm: March Against Police Oppression*

                                 Meet in Washington Square Park, Manhattan

A Mother’s Outrage: Resist Racist Policing