- News from México/Chiapas
- Oakland gang injunction
- Oscar Grant case
- University of Puerto Rico strike
- Hunger strike at UC Berkeley
- SB 1070 & Arizona protests
- One year anniversary of the massacre at Bagua, Perú
Speech by Evo Morales, president of Bolivia, to Mexican social movements in Coyoacán, Mexico City. For more information, see the blog: evo-en-mexico.blogspot.com.
Interview with Oscar from the Movement for Justice in El Barrio, in East Harlem, New York, about their struggle and the Third Encounter for Dignity and against Gentrification. In addition, important news:
Interview with Pirate Cat Radio founder Monkey on the history of Pirate Cat, the recent FCC fine of $10,000, and the unique importance of pirate/community radio. Originally aired on Berkeley Liberation Radio program Relatos Zapatistas.
On January 6 the Garifuna community radio Faluma Bimetu was attacked and destroyed. Now, a month later, an international brigade rebuilds the radio and organizes an encounter for the right of democratic media. In addition, urgent news from Chiapas and the Other Campaign.
The US Supreme Court wil decide today on the petition of the Philadelphia court to execute the political prisoner, journalist and former militant of the Black Panther Party without a trial.