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lunes, 21 de septiembre de 2015

Noam Chomsky en el Tribunal Internacional de la Conciencia / Noam Chomsky at the International Tribunal of Conscious


Reconocido internacionalmente por su trabajo en la lingüística, y por su crítica contundente sobre las aspiraciones imperialistas del gobierno de Estados Unidos, el Dr. Chomsky será un jurado en la vista del Tribunal Internacional de la Conciencia.

Oprima el enlace arriba para ver su biografía.

Esta vista es sobre las violaciones de los derechos humanos en México, y el rol que juega el gobierno de Estados Unidos en el mismo.  La vista será en el mismo aniversario de las desapariciones forzada de los 43 estudiantes Mexicanos de Ayotzanapa.   

Acompáñanos el sábado, 26 de septiembre de 2015 de 9 a 5 PM en el Salón 475 del “Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life” en la Universidad de Nueva York (NYU) en la ciudad de Nueva York. Para más información oprima el siguiente enlace: http://internationaltribunalofconscience.org/

Es tiempo que los ciudadanos juzguemos a nuestras naciones.  En una democracia de verdad, los ciudadanos dirigimos a nuestros gobiernos.  ¿Esta su gobierno haciendo lo que usted quiere?  ¡Hablemos de eso!

ITC special session, Sat. Sept. 26, 9 to 5 PM (Meeting Room 475, Global Center for Academic and Spiritual life, NYU, 238 Thompson St., Manhattan)
 
9 AM: introduction of tribunal, jurors
 
9:10-9:50: overall introduction of prosecution case by Camilo, José Antonio Foronda, and Natasha Bannan (overall case developed with crucial assistance from Maria Elena Hernández in Mexico and Julio da Silveira Moreira in Brazil, among others)
 
Session 1
 
9:50-10:15: video testimony from Las Abejas of Acteal (victims of Acteal massacre); testimony by Rosalinda Santiz Díaz, Ki´nal Antsetik (cooperative of women weavers from highlands of Chiapas) (impact of militarization, counter-insurgency on Maya indigenous women)
 
10:15-10:35: testimony by Father Alejandro Solalinde, founder and director of "Hermanos en el Camino" migrant shelter (Ixtepec, Oaxaca) (overview of current human crisis in Mexico; terror vs. migrants in transit, threats vs. human rights defenders)
 
break 10:35-10:45
 
Session 2
 
10:45-11:05: testimony by journalists Anabel Hernández (living in exile in U.S due to death threats) and Steve Fisher (presenting their updated research on the Ayotzinapa case and its implications; also focus on persecution of journalists)
 
Session 3
 
11:05 to 12:30-  presentation of:
 
case of San Fernando Massacre (August, 2010, vs. migrants in transit) and mass graves (including testimonies by Guatemalan and Brazilian victims of the massacre) and case of Noemí Álvarez Quillay (Camilo); 
 
cases and issues related to gender violence and feminicide (including Narvarte case, Nestora Salgado, Ciudad Juárez) (Natasha)
 
case of exBraceros (José Antonio Foronda) (binational case)
 
lunch break 12:30-2 (jury may be divided into 2 panels and lunch shifts if necessary, to insure all cases are heard)
 
Session 4
 
2-3:20:  
 
Colectivo Contra la Tortura y la Impunidad (CCTI) (Dr. Fernando Valadez, expert witness) (torture in migrant detention centers in Mexico) (will be summarized)
 
Colectivo de Apoyo a Personas Migrantes (COAMI) (Vanessa Foronda)
(unaccompanied minors)
 
Asamblea Popular de Familias de Migrantes (APOFAM) (Marco Antonio Castillo plus testimony) (binational cases, issues) (conditions in communities of origin and destination)
 
 
break 3:30 to 3:40
 
Closing session
 
Jesús Ochoa (El Paso cases, issues); Cristina Coronado (El Paso/Juárez cases, issues) (plus others); human rights violations in the U.S-Mexico border region (binational cases, transnational issues)
 
Maria Eugenia Ponce (Dream in Mexico; Mexico City/NY): human rights violations affecting DREAMers (binational cases and issues)
 
Movimiento por la Justicia del Barrio (NY/México): resistance against forced migration and urban displacement
 
 
Internationally recognized for his work in linguistics, and for his powerful criticism of the United States government’s imperialistic ambitions, Dr. Chomsky will be a juror at the International Tribunal of Conscious hearing.  

http://www.biography.com/people/noam-chomsky-37616
Click on the above link to read his biography.
 

This hearing is about Mexico’s human rights violations, and the role that the United States government plays in it.  The hearing will be on the anniversary of the forced disappearance of the 43 Mexican students of Ayotzinapa.
Join us on Saturday, September 26, 2015 from 9 to 5 PM in Room 475 of the Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life at New York University (NYU) in New York City.  For more information click on the following link:  http://internationaltribunalofconscience.org/
 
It is time that citizens judge their own governments.  In a real democracy, the people direct their governments.  Is your government doing what you want?  Let’s talk about it!

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