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[liberationtech] Brazilian Revolution (today)

Helder Ribeiro helder at gmail.com
Mon Jun 17 15:51:18 PDT 2013


There's an aggregate page of different live streams here:
http://vitor.me/revoltadovinagre/

Cheers,
Helder


On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 6:47 PM, Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>wrote:

> From: David Leal Garcia <davidleal.garcia at gmail.com>
>
> check this Brazil-world event!
>
> https://www.facebook.com/events/551482894889876/553009018070597/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity
> they are in need of translators by the way! they are adamant to globalize
> the struggle as well.
> and if you may know any hot developers out there, put them in contact with
> these people.
> building up some crowdmap and gallery pic like it was done at
> geziglobal.tk could be a game changer
> and it´s not that tough to do!
> cheers all, and thanks Bernardo for the update!
> keep it up!
>
> On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 5:36 PM, Bernardo Gutiérrez <
>> bernardobrasil at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Hello you all
>>>
>>> As I suppose you know, Brazil is waking up. Last week has been quite
>>> intense and different. All began with a quite classical protest againts the
>>> increasing of the transport fee in São Paulo. The media manipulation around
>>> the protest and the use of tear gas and the brutal repression transformed
>>> this in a national affair. A lot of cities in Brazil started protesting
>>> about public transport. But the most interesting is that networks connected
>>> other questions and people began reclaiming about everything.  Againts
>>> world cup. Health. Education. Violence. Civic rights. Mass media, as It
>>> happened in Turkey, almost ignored the revolution. And social media is on
>>> fire. I had never seen anything like this in Brazil. I don´t know if we can
>>> speak yet about a Brazilian Spring, but we are near.
>>> In some way, last year has been a networked year in Brazil, people doing
>>> things beyond old structures, from the netwoks to the streets.
>>>
>>> I have published a text in SPanish (in Eldiario.es) about this
>>>
>>> http://www.facebook.com/events/388686977904556/392821894157731/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity
>>>
>>> At the moment, I dont see many texts in English speaking what is
>>> happening. Just violence, and riots.
>>>
>>>
>>> Today there is a big big protest in Sao Paulo. More than 240.000 people
>>> confirmed. Protests confirmend in 100 cities the whole planet . It will
>>> start at 17.00 Brasil ( 20.000 GMT)
>>> http://www.facebook.com/events/388686977904556/392830980823489/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity
>>>
>>> So, please, keep an eye on it and help divulgating. Some hashtags that
>>> are working:
>>>
>>> #passelivre
>>> #OGiganteAcordou
>>> #PrimaveraBrasileira
>>> #CopaPraQuem
>>> #OcupaCopa
>>> #17J
>>> #RevogueoAumento
>>> #BrazilianSpring
>>>
>>> In fact, we are looking for a new one. Feel free to use others.
>>>
>>> We will have the html codes of the streaming. If you want to use it,
>>> just tell me
>>>
>>> Best!
>>>
>>> #OccupyEverything
>>>
>>> Bernardo
>>> --
>>> www.futuramedia.net  <http://www.bernardogutierrez.es>
>>> www.codigo-abierto.cc
>>> www.bernardogutierrez.es
>>> http://blogs.20minutos.es/codigo-abierto
>>>  <http://www.bernardogutierrez.es>@bernardosampa (twitter)
>>> São Paulo +55 11 43044380 (fijo) +55 11 84881620 (celular)
>>>  Madrid +34 669 098365
>>>
>>
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