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El Paliacate

Invitation: Peoples education, literature, and autonomy in urban peripheries of Brazil

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Iniciativas para la Identidad y la Inclusión / Centro de Derechos Humanos Fray Matías de Córdova

Seminar on the Defense of Territory and Autonomies in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas

TRASMISIÓN EN VIVO en Radio Pozol o: http://giss.tv:8001/radiopozol.mp3.m3u

Policía Comunitaria de la Costa Chica y Montaña de Guerrero(Descarga aquí)  

Comunidades Santuario para migrantes en el Sur de Estados Unidos(Descarga aquí)  

Consejo Autónomo Regional de la Zona Costa de Chiapas(Descarga aquí)  

Asamblea de los Pueblos Indígenas del Istmo de Tehuantepec Oaxaca(Descarga aquí)  

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Radio Zapatista

Invitación: Arte y Resistencia desde Abajo… desde las periferias, favelas y barrios bravos de Brasil y México

INVITACIÓN al DEBATE:

ARTE Y RESISTENCIA DESDE ABAJO
Literatura, pintura, teatro y otras artes y oficios
en los barrios bravos de Brasil y México

Jueves, 15 de marzo de 2012
17:00 horas

Transmisión en vivo (audio):
http://giss.tv:8000/komanilel.mp3

Cideci/Unitierra Chiapas
Camino Real a San Juan Chamula s/n
Colonia Nueva Maravilla,San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas

Trasmisión en vivo en
http://radiozapatista.org/
http://www.encuentroredtoschiapas.jkopkutik.org/
http://www.komanilel.org/

Invitación en audio:

(Descarga aquí)  

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Radio Chinelo

Literatura marginal en São Paulo, Brasil

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Literatura Marginal

Reportaje sobre el movimiento de literatura marginal en las favelas y periferias de la ciudad de São Paulo, Brasil.(Descarga aquí)  

Desde hace varios años, la periferia de São Paulo es sede de una revolución por demás festiva y poderosa guiada por el arte, la cultura y la literatura. En ella, el coraje y la alegría de la periferia paulista transforman con firmeza -con chidez y firmeza, si me permiten la expresión- la vida cotidiana. Va aquí una muestra sonora de ello:

Paz a quem merece. Ferréz, escritor e impulsor del proyecto 1daSul y de la literatura marginal brasileña, reflexiona sobre su narrativa y comparte fragmentos de ella. Sao Paulo, 25 de Enero de 2012. Música: “Conflitos”, Dexter; “Bem-vindos”, Ferréz. Duración: 2:20 min: (Descarga aquí)  

Lutar por felicidade. Sérgio Vaz, poeta y uno de los fundadores del proyecto cultural Cooperifa en la zona sur de São Paulo, reflexiona sobre la lucha por la felicidad en la periferia y comparte su poema “Os miseráveis”. Música: “What’s go in on”, Marvin Gay. Duración: 1:55 min. Sao Paulo, 25 de Enero de 2012: (Descarga aquí)  

Fazer café. Samara de Oliveira, organizadora del Sarau “O que dizem os umbigos” del Itaim Paulista, en la zona este de São Paulo, comparte su poema “Árvore”. Sao Paulo, Brasil, 21 de Enero de 2012. Duración: 1:14 min: (Descarga aquí)  

(A) Massa. Emerson Alcalde, actor, dramaturgo y educador de Cangaíba, en la zona este de São Paulo, comparte su poema “(A) Massa”. Música: “Gentileza”, Marisa Monte. Duración: 2:05 min. São Paulo, 21 de Enero de 2012: (Descarga aquí)  

O desafio da minha passagem. Tubarao, artista del litoral paulista, habla sobre su poesía y comparte fragmentos de los textos “Tiempos modernos” y “Lavagem”. Música: “Quanto vale a liberdade”, Cólera. Duración: 2:30 min. Sao Paulo, Brasil, 17 de Enero de 2012: (Descarga aquí)  

Quem eu sou. Escritor, cineasta y recopilador de literatura marginal, Alessandro Buzo, el “Suburbano Convicto” de São Paulo, Brasil, habla sobre quién es él. Música: “Faculdade de 1,000 grau”, Tribunal Mc’s. São Paulo, 17 de Enero de 2012: (Descarga aquí)  

Edición y recopilación: Alij Anaya (yahoraescuandoes.wordpress; flavors.me/yahoraescuandoes)

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Relatos Zapatistas

Relatos Zapatistas program, January 1, 2012

What is the current state of the occupy movement and where is it headed? Since November police and city governments have raided and destroyed encampments, arrested and prosecuted occupiers, and more often than not successfully prevented the reoccupation of public spaces. In this light it’s become commonplace to say that a fundamental shift has taken place in the movement. Adbusters, for example, published a statement saying that OWS should call it a victory and withdraw, at least for the time being in order to plan for the spring—“phase one” had ended, and “phase two” was beginning. There is something useful about the idea of phases, of identifying this hinge or turning point—for example, it lets us differentiate in broad, tactical terms between the occupation of public or semi-public space on one hand and the occupation of private or “ambiguous” space on the other. But in other ways the distinction is problematic. It relegates the struggles that inspired and created the conditions in which OWS was possible to a sort of pre-history, a “phase zero”—insurrections like the argentinazo that we heard about earlier in the show, not to mention Tunisia, Egypt, Spain, Greece, as well as, closer to home, the student movement and the struggle around justice for Oscar Grant. Also, it makes it hard to see the proliferation of diverse tactics that have already been used in occupies around the country, as well as the subtle and not so subtle differences with regard to the varying conditions in which each occupy constitutes itself as a force. By zooming in on the Bay Area and looking at some of the occupy experiences here we’re hoping to sketch out a more nuanced view of this transition point.

Complete program (2 hr):(Descarga aquí)  

Oscar Grant memorial march (6 min):(Descarga aquí)  

Interview with students from SFSU (23 min):(Descarga aquí)  

Interview with Laura and Ali from Occupy Oakland (35 min):(Descarga aquí)  

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Radio Zapatista

A una década del Argentinazo ¡la lucha sigue!

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Radio Zapatista

(Español) AUDIOS: “A 10 años del 2001: ¿Qué opinan ahora las organizaciones sociales que salieron a la luz en medio de la crisis?” (Argentina)

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Radio Zapatista

Greeting by Radio Zapatista in solidarity with the Chilean people in resistance

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Relatos Zapatistas

South Central Farmers remember the aggressive eviction that took place 5 years prior

On June 11th, 2011, the South Central Farmers remember the aggressive eviction that took place 5 years prior. After having cultivated what was thought to be the largest urban farm in the United States, the Los Angeles Sheriffs Department carried out an eviction imposed by owner and developer of the plot, Ralph Horowitz. For nearly 14 years, the South Central Farmers worked the 14-acre plot that was located in the heart of the Alameda Corridor by the community of South Central Los Angeles, feeding hundreds of families in the community and providing a model for autonomous greenspace in urban areas. This is a brief update discussing where the South Central Farmers are currently in there struggle to get back their land.

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Medios Libres Chiapas

Student demonstrations continue en Chile, repression increases

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