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jeudi 22 juin 2017

lundi 19 juin 2017

  • Alors, qui est le Nègre ? ...
    En février 2017, sortait aux USA le documentaire de Raoul Peck : " Je ne suis pas votre nègre " (I am not your negro), dans lequel résonnent les mots puissants de l'écrivain afro-américain James Baldwin, qui, toute sa vie dénonça l'obsession fatale d'une sociétée pour la couleur de peau, d'une société (...)

dimanche 18 juin 2017

  • Utica, NY: IWW and Community Groups Mobilize to Halt Deportation

    By anonymous - It's Going Down, June 8, 2017

    A father, soccer coach, and Utica resident Ricky Morgan was separated from his family on June 5th during a routine check-in with ICE and will now be deported to Jamaica. Family members, community members and local activists are struggling to come to terms with this sudden, grim reality.

    Over the last few months, a broad coalition of organizations, including ICE-Free Capital District, the labor union Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), Troy Sanctuary Movement and the Unitarian Universalist Society of Saratoga Springs have come to Ricky’s aid and accompanied him for monthly check-ins with ICE. Ricky was inspired by a previous rally activists held for a mother and immigrant from Hudson, NY who was facing deportation. He hoped that similar support from the community would help him in the future. For a while, Ricky was only checking in with ICE once a year until he was told after the election of Trump that he became a priority for deportation and had to check in with ICE monthly.

    Ricky moved to the US in the 1990s on a work visa and is still permitted to work in the US. He was targeted in the past by ICE during the Obama administration and was separated from his family by ICE for six months while he was kept in Batavia’s ICE Detention Center, one of countless jails in the US that exist to house immigrants. He will now be sent back to Batavia before his deportation.

    Joe Paparone, an organizer with ICE-Free Capital District stated: “We need to start telling the truth. Immigration enforcement has nothing to do with criminality, and it’s regular people like Ricky – people with families, communities, workplaces, neighbors, that are having their lives torn apart, for no reason other than the racist scapegoating of a pathological liar. Those of us who care about our communities are going to keep fighting this racist deportation regime, and keep standing up for vulnerable members of our communities.”

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vendredi 16 juin 2017

  • La deuxième fortune mondiale ne sait pas quoi faire de son argent. Aidons-le !
    Un Tweet du 15 juin interpelle le monde de l'économie… Jeff Bezos, le fondateur d'Amazon, s'y questionne sur ce qu'il pourrait faire de sa fortune, estimée cette année à plus de 75 milliards de dollars, soit 28 milliards de dollars de plus que l'année 2016. En l'espace de 10 ans, ce montant a été (...)

  • Déclaration au 7ème congrès Solidaires
    Saint Brieuc, Bretagne, le 14 juin 2017 Nos organisations se sont réunies le 13 juin 2017, à l'occasion du congrès de l'Union syndicale Solidaires. Dans la suite d'un travail syndical international dans lequel nous nous retrouvons déjà depuis plusieurs années, cette nouvelle rencontre est l'occasion (...)

mercredi 14 juin 2017

  • Action des AVS du Gard à Nîmes, le 14/06/17
    Le Collectif AVS Gard, (Auxiliaires de Vie Scolaire) soutenu par SUD éducation 30, a été crée pour sortir de l'isolement les plus précaires des salarié-e-s de l'Education nationale. Ce mercredi 14 juin, il se mobilisait dans le cadre dune journée nationale, pour la reconnaissance de leur métier et (...)

vendredi 9 juin 2017

  • Fête du livre, éditions Noir et Rouge. 17 juin
    Le samedi 17 juin À partir de 10 h EDMP 8, impasse Crozatier 75012 Paris Métro gare de Lyon (lignes 1 et 14) et Faidherbe-Chaligny (ligne 8) Livres neufs et d'occasion Des milliers de livres parfois très rares, des essais, des romans, des BD, des livres d'art et même de la poésie… à des prix (...)

samedi 3 juin 2017

  • Lecteurs-électeurs et participation au jeu médiatique
    Bien avant la télévision et la radio, la presse de grande diffusion invente, à l'extrême fin du XIXe siècle, les jeuxconcours destinés à divertir les lecteurs et stimuler l'audience des journaux. Parmi les toutes premières épreuves se singularisent les « concours électoraux », jeux invitant les (...)

vendredi 26 mai 2017

  • Portland May Day 2017 — Official Response

    By the Portland IWW - Portland IWW, May 4, 2017

    This was originally sent to KOIN 6 as a response to the events that took place on May Day in Portland.

    The Industrial Workers of the World is proud that we were able to celebrate International Workers Day and march in solidarity with so many organizations which are essential and vibrant to the community of Portland and at large. International Workers Day is an important holiday that showcases the struggle of all workers against the wholesale societal systemic oppression brought about by corporations, CEOs, and the mega-rich capitalist class. The fact that there was such a strong contingent of marchers from all walks of life is representative of the American working class.

    The Portland Police Bureau’s use of violence against workers and their families – as well as the children who were in the crowd celebrating the holiday with their parents – is a travesty and a violation of both human rights, as well as the right to peaceful assembly. We condemn their efforts in restricting accessibility to fellow workers with disabilities, and their blatant disregard for the health and well-being of the people they have sworn to protect. By direct contrast, they assisted visible white supremacists and white nationalists at the “March for Free Speech 82nd Ave,” specifically a non-permitted march by pro-Trump supporters on April 29th by chartering Tri-Met buses and public transportation to get these people, some of whom were making Nazi salutes during their protest, back to their vehicles.

    Our goal is and has always been to support and assist the workers of the world, and we will continue to fight for the needs of all in the face of police and capitalist oppression, and stand by our watchword that an injury to one is an injury to all. As such, the Portland Police Bureau inflicted shameful injury against the workers, their families, and their children during the May Day march; we will stand against that in solidarity with our fellow workers.

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jeudi 25 mai 2017

  • Report Back from DC: Standing in Solidarity with Fellow Worker Julia Flores

    By Anonymous Contributor - It's Going Down, May 20, 2017

    On April 30th, the DC Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) staged a picket in support of fellow worker Julia Flores, a member of the IWW and the Comité de Apoyo Laboral y Poder Obrero (the Comité), who was wrongfully terminated by Whole Foods in September 2016. After 15 years of service, Whole Foods retaliated against Julia for collectively organizing to win back a fellow worker’s job. Since Julia’s wrongful termination, she has made several appeals to the company’s local and regional leadership only to be dismissed without justice. In December 2016, the manager who terminated Julia, Victor Vazquez,  was fired along with eight other managers, for ‘stealing bonuses’. Our picket was not only in support of Julia’s Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) claim but to demand her reinstatement as well as restitution.  Our message to Whole Foods and the surrounding employers was clear: We, the workers of the District of Columbia, will not tolerate repression of fellow workers, retaliation for organizing our workplaces, or wage theft. An injury to one is an injury to all!

    Our coalition was comprised of around sixty comrades including members of Many Languages One Voice (MLOV), the Comité, the IWW and its General Defense Committee (GDC), the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), Socialist Alternative, Future is Feminist, DC Stampede, DC Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ), and the Socialist Snack Squad. We assembled at 10:30 am to review our overall strategy, our contingency escalation plan, and individual roles. The fulcrum of the action was a delegation of five comrades that accompanied Julia to Whole Foods to present her demands to the store manager in advance of the picket. Unsurprisingly, Whole Foods refused to negotiate and demanded the delegation leave the store. While we had no illusion that the bosses had any intention of conceding, workers organizing an effective picket should clearly articulate their demands to both the bosses as well as to the wider community.  The delegation relayed the details of their meeting to the picket and then proceeded to canvas nearby businesses to put pressure on Whole Foods. At each stop the delegation explained the circumstances of Julia’s wrongful termination, Whole Food’s history of worker repression, and the delegation’s recent treatment by the store manager.

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