Πέμπτη, 13 Σεπτεμβρίου 2012

"I don't Pay" movement: voluntary blood donation

Photos from today's voluntary blood donation, from the I DON' T PAY MOVEMENT
Many fellow fighters and friends of the I Dont't Pay Movement gathered thiw morning and gave blood to enrich the blood bank of the movement. The blood collected will be handled in the following (obvious) logic:
The blood has no national or racial composition...

Πέμπτη, 6 Σεπτεμβρίου 2012

Health, Safety and Publicness: Athens, August 9 – 14, 2012

By Elena Loizidou Five days in Athens.

Five very var­ied days.

I used to fre­quent Athens as a teen­ager with my par­ents. We were always transit vis­it­ors, en route to Kano, Nigeria where my late father used to work. Those vis­its where quick, two days in Athens, vis­it­ing ancient monu­ments, museums, tav­ernas, cafes, friends, and rel­at­ives. You see, post 1974 and the Turk­ish inva­sion of Cyprus a num­ber of our refugee rel­at­ives and friends made their way to Greece and par­tic­u­larly Athens to begin again the recon­struc­tion of their lives. Athens looked big, busy, excit­ing, express­ive and glam­or­ous through my youth­ful eyes. Athens looked like those old movies that Finos Film (Greek Pro­duc­tion Com­pany, 1943 – 77) used to make and expor­ted to Cyprus and the Greek Dia­spora. I am not Greek, I am Cyp­riot. I am a Greek Cyp­riot that grew up on Greek cul­ture, and can speak, write and read Greek rel­at­ively well, at the expense of never get­ting to know Turk­ish cul­ture or lan­guage. Let’s leave...

Τετάρτη, 5 Σεπτεμβρίου 2012

"I Dont Pay" movement in support of the public healthcare



Members of the Greek "I Dont Pay" movement demostrate in front of the 7th Periferal Hospital in the Patisia region of Athens, in solidarity with the employees and people of Patisia arguing against the goverments plan to close the hospital.
 Submitted by
 
Giorgos Panagakis


more Photos here and here