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Five Hours of Free Air: Community TV in Argentina PDF Print E-mail
Written by La Vaca   
Tuesday, 20 December 2005 03:46

From the La Gomera Community Center, for the whole neighborhood and under the slogan "Down With TV," Channel 5 is intercepted in order to make a different transmission. Videos, music and parties made up part of the experience that refreshed a sweltering Sunday.

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Two Years of Ka-Saca in El Salvador PDF Print E-mail
Written by upsidedownworld.org   
Monday, 19 June 2006 03:07

June 1st marked the two-year anniversary of Tony Saca's inauguration as El Salvador's President.

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Photo Essay - Bolivia: Coca Yes, Cocaine No PDF Print E-mail
Written by Roberto Guerra and Ruxandra Guidi   
Tuesday, 25 March 2008 10:55

ImageThe United Nations' International Narcotics Control Board recently made the announcement that Peru and Bolivia should, once and for all, outlaw the chewing of coca. Those are fighting words in Bolivia, where coca leaves have been grown and used in their natural form for thousands of years.

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Oil's Bloody Secrets in Ecuador and Bolivia PDF Print E-mail
Written by Agneta Enström   
Tuesday, 06 November 2007 05:21

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Burning gas
Swedish company Skanska's oil affairs in Latin America demonstrate ethical and legal infractions including falsified invoices, bribery scandals, extortion, environmental destruction and serious violations of human rights.   

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Guatemala: Americas Social Forum Rejects Neoliberalism, Celebrates Resistance PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marc Becker   
Tuesday, 14 October 2008 05:52
ImageEach social forum assumes its own character, and Jorge Coronado of the Hemispheric Commission from the Americas Social Forum, identified the Guatemala meeting as "the forum of resistance of the continental people's movement." Coronado observed that participants debated "some of the most pressing issues that face social movement struggles: free trade agreements, neoliberalism, and the issue of mining, which affects rural and indigenous communities."
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