During the Gezi process, the painter Noyan Yayla has always been critical about the government and reacted to the brutal police interventions through his art, and he has been fired by the Güray Seramik House, where he was working. His ceramic work with the graffiti tag, “Shut up, Tayyip!”written on it was broken into pieces. The incident has aroused the [...] → Read the full article…
This is just the beginning // Bu daha başlangıç // Dies ist bloß der Anfang…
Drums never beat without a reason: This rhythm flashmob in Vienna aims to support the current resistance movements in Turkey, Brazil, Egypt, Bulgaria, Spain and elsewhere on our planet. “This is just the beginning, the struggle will go on!”
Davullar asla boşuna çalmaz: Bu ritm eylemini Türkiye, Brezilya, Mısır, Bulgaristan, İspanya ve dünyanın her yerindeki direniş hareketlerine destek amacıyla düzenledik. “BU DAHA BAŞLANGIÇ, MÜCADELEYE DEVAM!”
Trommeln dröhnen nie vergeblich: Dieser Rhytmus-Flashmob wurde in Wien realisiert, um die Widerstandsbewegungen in der Türkei, in Brasilien, Ägypten, Bulgarien, Spanien und sonstwo auf unseren Planeten zu unterstützen. “Dies ist bloß der Anfang, unser Kampf geht weiter!”
Özgün Yarar ,Onur Serdar ,Nazmi Ates, Kemal Burak Öz, Deniz Dikmen,Baris Isik, Umut Erdem & Oncel Oncel
A song for Lobna Allami who has been hit in the head by a tear gas capsule during the Gezi Park protests.
Around 60 people in Boston organized a candle vigil at Harvard Square yesterday to remember the victims of Gezi resistance and as well as Trayvon Martin whose murderer was found unguilty in USA. The crowd carried posters of Abdullah Cömert, Ali İsmail Korkmaz, Mehmet Ayvalıtaş, Medeni Yıldırım, Ethem Sarısülük and Trayvon Martin.
As many as 400 peaceful Turkish origin American protestors poured into the neighborhood of Imam Gulen’s compound in Poconos arguing that he is the most dangerous islamist on the face of the earth. Turkish Americans emphasized his influence in the turmoil that Turkey has been facing for the past decade and most recently the brutal attacks by Turkish militia police [...] → Read the full article…
Gezi Park California has conducted its premier 5K run/walk and brunch fundraiser on Sunday, July 14th, 2013. This meet up will raise money for the children education camps in underprivileged areas of Turkey organized by a major Turkish student organization ‘Kolektifler’ (www.kolektifler.net).