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Viewpoint Discrimination and Selective Prosecution at Work in Charges Against Independent Journalists.

They are trying to control who gets to be deemed a journalist, which stories can be reported on, and how they are reported.

A Santa Cruz photojournalist is facing felony and misdemeanor charges arising from his coverage of a building occupation by protesters affiliated with Occupy Wall Street.

The First Amendment’s guarantee of press freedom is meaningless if journalists do not possess a concomitant right to gather the news.

Dozens of people came together in Santa Cruz to rally at the clock tower and march down Pacific Avenue in solidarity with WikiLeaks.

A small group converged at the Town Clock to show support for Bradley Manning and WikiLeaks.

Free Radio Santa Cruz celebrated 15 years of unlicensed, community supported radio on March 27th at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center in downtown Santa Cruz.

Bradley has worked with the Santa Cruz Indymedia website since 2001, and has been one of the key people in its development.

Mothers breastfed their babies and displayed photos removed by Facebook as part of a coordinated and widespread campaign in support of the rights of breastfeeding mothers and their children everywhere.

Erik Forman was recently fired for labor organizing, although that was not the official explanation given by Starbucks.