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Oaxaca Solidarity Demonstrations in the US on October 30th

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Mexican Consulates in the U.S. & Canada

Call to Action Across the US Against Mexican Consulates

Oaxaca Solidarity Demonstrations in the US on Monday, October 30th

Austin: 11am Protest at Mexican Consulate (800 Brazos St)
austin.indymedia.org

Boston: 9:30am Protest at Mexican Consulate (20 Park Plaza)

Chicago: 3pm Protest Against the Mexican Consulate (204 S. Ashland Ave.)

Chicago: 4:30pm Vigil and celebration in memory of Brad Will at Mexican Consulate

Houston: 8am Protest in the Consulate of Mexico (4507 San Jacinto St.)
houston.indymedia.org

Kansas City: 6pm Mexican Consulate (1600 Baltimore, Suite 100)
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Los Angeles: 12pm Press conference at Mexican Consulate (Park View & 6th St)

New York City: 9am Demonstration at Mexican Consulate (27 East 39th. St.)

Philadelphia: 9am Protest at Mexican Consulate (Bourse Building)
phillyimc.org

Portland: 11am Protest at Mexican Consulate (1234 SW Morrison St)

Providence, RI: 11am Protest at Federal Building (Kennedy Plaza)

San Diego: 7am Protest at Mexican Consulate (1549 India St Little Italy)

San Francisco: 6:45am Protest at Mexican Consulate (532 Folsom St.)

San Francisco: 4pm Protest at Mexican Consulate (532 Folsom St.)

San Jose: 7am Protest at Mexican Consulate (540 North First St.)

Seattle: 6pm Protest at Mexican Consulate ( 2132 Third Ave)

South Miami: 9am Protest at Mexican Consulate (5975 Sunset Dr.)
miami.indymedia.org

Tucson: 4pm Protest at Mexican Consulate (553 S. Stone Ave. and 17th St)
arizona.indymedia.org

Washington, DC: 5pm Demonstration at Mexican Embassy (1911 Pennsylvania Ave, NW)
dc.indymedia.org

Worcester: 5pm Demonstration at at City Hall (455 Main St)

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Oaxaca solidarity:

By El Enemigo Común

A bilingual website in solidarity with social movements in Mexico. // Un sitio web bilingüe en solidaridad con los movimientos sociales en México.

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October 30, 2006:

At least 11 People Arrested at Mexican Consulate in New York City, Including Reuters/Indymedia Photographer Erin Siegal

“We (NYC-IMC) just received a call from Raleigh, North Carolina where a dozen people are occupying the Mexican Consulate in solidarity with Brad and the people of Oaxaca.”
http://nyc.indymedia.org/en/2006/10/78080.html

Mexican consulate (Indianapolis) stormed

A large solidarity demonstration invaded the Mexican consulate this morning.

By some indiana anarchists

Anarchists acted in solidarity with Brad Will and with the continuing struggle in Oaxaca.

Anarchists in Indianapolis invaded the Mexican consulate at 11 am this morning, chanting “solidarity means attack, for Brad/Oaxaca we will fight back!” and passing out flyers explaining the action. The office was shut down for 15 minutes until word was received that police reinforcements were arriving. At one point during the demonstration, consulate officials approached the masked demonstrators and attempted to initiate a dialoge. Anarchists responded by refusing to speak with them and informing them that, as employees of the Mexican state, they were also complicit in the crimes being committed in Oaxaca. Afterwards, the protest dispersed safely with no arrests.
http://nyc.indymedia.org/en/2006/10/78122.html

San Francisco; Also Tues 5pm

Emergency Demonstration
STOP THE REPRESSION IN MEXICO!
SUPPORT THE MOVEMENTS OF OAXACA!
BRAD WILL, PRESENTE!

5:00 PM, Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Mexico Consulate General
532 Folsom Street @ 2nd St., San Francisco
(Montgomery BART)
Bring candles and items for an altar to those killed
Inititated by the Mexico Solidarity Committee

more info:
https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2006/10/29/18324540.php

Providence RI & Worcester MA

Providence RI & Worcester MA both had demonstrations today (Oct 30). Providence RI held a vigil outside the Federal Building. 20 people gathered on less than 24 hours notice. Worcester MA met at city hall. Activists from both cites as was as SE Mass and Western Mass will travel to Boston on Thursday to protest outside the Mexican consulate there.

source: http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2006/10/348316.shtml#240031

We, Cuauhtemoc Mexica Dance are in front of the Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles 7:00 to 8:00 PM every monday demanding the release of the political prisoners of Atenco and in support to the peoples in Oaxaca struggle. Join us!

Protesta afuera del Consulado Mexico en Houston,ademas de una vigilia hoy (30 de octubre) por la noche.En estos momentos (10:09 hora de houston/mexico) cerca de 20 personas permanecen en la vigilia,pero hay companeras que van y regresan.Se espera que manana continue la protesta

houston.indymedia.org

20 People Protest Seattle Mexican Consulate Over Oaxaca

20 people protested the death of Brad Will and other protestors killed in Oaxaca by the police. They handed out flyers from 3 to 5pm and held signs denouncing the police actions in Oaxaca and remembering Brad Will, a cameraman for NYC Indymedia who was killed on Saturday at a barricade by local police. Protestors called for the removal of Federal Police from Oaxaca and recognition of the APPO as the legitimate voice of Oaxaca’s citizens. More protestors were expected to arrive at 6pm for another protest. There will also be another protest at the consulate on Thursday. Details will be posted on Seattle Indymedia. Please attend!

seattle.indymedia.org

letter from Canadian Union of Postal workers

October 30, 2006
Hon. Vicente Fox
President
United States of Mexico
Mexico City
MEXICO

BY EMAIL: vicente.fox.quesada (at) presidencia.gob.mx
cabasal (at) segob.gov.mx
correo (at) cndh.gob.mx

Dear President Fox;

On behalf of the 54,000 members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), I am writing you to protest in the strongest terms the violent military operation you have launched against the teachers and people of Oaxaca in the past two days.

A few days ago, protestors against the notoriously corrupt administration of Governor Ulises Ruiz, as well as observers, were shot and murdered by off-duty local officials and police. Your response, rather than to ensure that the assassins were brought to justice, has been to use violent military force on behalf of Governor Ruiz and his cronies.

Mr. President, CUPW cannot accept such ruthless repression, especially since it is being carried out by a NAFTA partner. We urge you to end this operation immediately.

Mr. President, the whole world is watching.

Sincerely,

Deborah Bourque, National President
Canadian Union of Postal Workers

Cc:
Ken Georgetti,
President,
Canadian Labour Congress
2841 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1V 8X7

Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6

Bill Graham, Leader of the Liberal Party
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6

Jack Layton, Leader of the NDP
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6

Gilles Duceppe
Chef du Bloc Québécois
Chambre des communes
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6

CUPW National Executive Council
CUPW National Union Representatives
CUPW Specialists

dn cope 225
1301-A-100

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