1. A short piece about Blackwater and Private Military Companies.

    All footage was appropriated.

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  3. Iceland's Jule Lads are furious. On their way to cause mischief in the towns for Jule 2007 they stumbled across the geothermal mining of the once beautiful Hengill mountain. Geothermal power is being drawn from this volcanic mountain region to create energy for heavy industry, the aluminium industry in particular.

    The Jule Lads decided to team up with the direct action group Saving Iceland to stand up for Iceland´s wilderness, in full knowledge that it is Europe's last. They stopped construction for a while before they continued down to scare other naughty children.

    More can be found here:
    savingiceland.org/node/1077

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  4. s.f. 2003.

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  5. The streets of New York City have certainly witnessed its share of acts of civil disobedience, violence and rebellion. Dating back as far as the Draft Riots of 1863, very often, the disenfranchised would take to the streets when opposing the government’s unfair policies and practices. Eight years ago when an unarmed African immigrant by the name of Amadou Diallo was shot at 41 times (hit 19 times) by 4 New York City Police Officers, the people took to the streets charging the NYPD with police brutality. Over the next two years that followed, a series of marches and protests was set into motion that would forever change the lives of New Yorkers. At its conceptual root, spearheaded by Rev Al Sharpton and the National Action Network, was the march for justice for Diallo. However, in the midst of the struggles a new breed of protestor began to emerge. Along the side of the activist stood politicians, students and professors, unions and laborers. The shout of “No Justice - No Peace!” What do we want? JUSTICE!” Now became “What do we want??BOOKS! HOUSING! JOBS! Diallo’s death became a symbol for justice on all fronts. 360 Media recounts this bitter and yet compelling part of New York City history in the upcoming documentary entitled “365 Days of Marching” The Amadou Diallo Story DIRECTED, WRITTEN & PRODUCED by Veronica Keitt CO-PRODUCED BY Michael Drake, Ozzie Thompson, Nat Woods, Darryl Stith SPECIAL APPEARANCES by Rev Al Sharpton, Seiko & Kadiatou Diallo, the parents of Amadou Diallo, David N. Dinkins, former NYC Mayor, Charles Rangel, US Congressmen, Rev. Jessie Jackson, Charles Barron, Councilman, Norman Siegel, ACLU Community Leaders, Activists and others ...

    365daysofmarchingmovie.com
    365daysofmarching.wordpress.com
    youtube.com/watch?v=FU184BYpijE
    myspace.com/365daysofmarching

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