Challenging Boundaries: A Video Sampler....
An eclectic collection of independently produced videos.
Subjets include: Witness; AIDS in Africa, The April 25th, 2004 March for Women's Lives, The Nov. 2003 FTAA protests in Miami, and more.
Sunday, May 16th, 3-5pm
Public Market, All Purpose Room
280 North Union Street, Rochester
Every Weds. eve on cable channel 15 in the city of Rochester our NEW weekly show; Rochester Indymedia presents... airs.
This week you will see a new opening (work in progress) to our show and the December 2003 Newsreal. this is a compilation of various IMC video media activists addressing a variety of issues around social change.
look for Rochesters Ragging Grannies, as they demonstrated and performed in Buffalo NY. filmed by Snowshoe productions.
Thursday, 13 May 2004
TV DINNER SHOW
Time: 08:30 PM View details...
This weeks TV dinner show (Channel 15 Thursday eve.
This is documented evidence of the unprovoked Tear Gas and Mace ASSAULT on RIT students exhibiting their constitutional right to assemble.
The only valid actions the police force should have undertaken is the proper identification of everyone present to ensure no underage drinking, and the arrest and prosecution of anyone disobeying the law. After the breaking of a bottle by a singular individual, without any verbal warning the police force fired tear gas rounds out of weapons resembling paintball guns, and shot mace at anyone not running away. I personally witnessed a police officer shooting a man four times, and once more once he was on the ground, for simply walking away from them.
This situation is absolutely unacceptable, and violates several constitutional rights, including the ones below:
Amendment I â€“ Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the
free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people
peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Amendment IX â€“ The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights,
shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.
Fourteenth Amendment â€“ .... No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the
United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property,
without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction
the equal protection of the laws â€¦
11:The Walt Disney Corporation has refused to distribute Michael Moore's
new file "Fahrenheit 911" through it's Miramax subsidary, allegedly
because they fear Jeb Bush will punish the company, which has major
operations in the state of Florida.
For all of you journalists out there, you want a story, a real investigative piece? Read the following, and then â€œfind the money, and follow the money.â€
As mentioned previously, rank and file, genuine farmworkers are overwhelmingly not involved in this latest lobbying event or in the past general activities of the New York State Labor Religion Coalition Inc. (NYSLRC), the Mid-Hudson/Catskill Rural & Migrant Ministry Inc. (RMM), and the Centro Independiente de Trabajadores AgrÃcolas Inc. (CITA). The plain facts bear this assertion out.
(Rochester)--Licensed practical nurses, certified nursing assistants, dietary, housekeeping, and maintenance employees of Latta Road and Latta Road A Nursing Homes will vote next week on whether to form a chapter of 1199 SEIU New York's Health Care and Human Service Union.
Rochester Indymedia has a new half-hour public access tv program beginning Wednesday, May 5th, at 7:30 p.m. on Rochester Community Television (RCTV) cable channel 15.
This week's show is a compilation of local and national media activists producing video that promotes social change. For this new show we are planning on doing a variety of REAL reality tv shows around social issues in our community. If you want to pitch ideas for our show, you are invited to call them in. And we are always looking for more people to help produce our shows, so get in touch with us if you're interested.
Today, May 2nd, over 1055 walkers in the communities of Brockport, Gate/Chili, Fairport, Irondequoit, Lyell, Webster, Greece, Rush- Henrietta, Honeoye Falls, Palmyra, Williamson, Sodus, Walworth (Newark walked in the sun on Saturday) raised over $82,689
We were wet at times and cool, but knew that folks all over the world walk in all kinds of weather to get clean water or food.
Over $20,672 will be shared in local food pantries and over $62,000 will help Church World Service Programs in over 80 countries.
For more info or to pledge folks can go to www.cropwalk.org or call 1-888-cws-crop
Thanks again to all who walked
Monroe County Coordinator
There seems to be a minor bug in the new site that is not rendering line breaks right, for those of you not using IE for windows or firebird on a mac. We are working to fix this problem but if you need to post an article in the meantime, please use tags as line breaks, we are sorry for the inconvience.
Report Documents Disturbing Pattern of Vital Information Important to Women and Girls Disappearing. â€œMISSINGâ€ is A Wake Up Call to the Nation to Demand Accurate, Timely, Nonpartisan Information About Womenâ€™s Health, Workplace Rights and Safety