Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 08/15/2014 - 00:09
Anarchists dropped two banners off an overpass in Tucson, one reading "Tucson to Missouri: Fuck the Police!" and the second reading "Sí Se Puede Vivir Sín Policía" (Yes We Can Live Without Police).
We in Tucson want to send our solidarity to the antagonists in Ferguson, MO. Keep it up! We recognize that a couple of banners don't hold a candle to the spirit of resistance you continue to bring us. WE FUCKING LOVE YOU.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 08/14/2014 - 19:31
Earlier this week, several pieces of heavy equipment, including a dump truck and water pump, located at the construction site of a Mcdonalds restaurant off 29th and Powell in S.E. Portland, were sabotaged by having bleached poured into their fuel tanks.
Submitted by worker on Thu, 08/14/2014 - 16:13
1. What happened to Mike Brown is a tragedy that can’t be put into words. A less spoken tragedy is that it’s the day to day reality for so many of us–especially those of us who are young, who are people of color, who don’t fit the cops’ idea of an acceptable, law abiding citizen. How often do the police kill someone? In St. Louis, it seems like almost every month. We often don’t do anything about it, or feel like we can. The last few days have been different.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 08/14/2014 - 15:13
In view of the ongoing police violence in Ferguson, Missouri, comrades have requested that we post some new material about how participants in protests can protect themselves in the streets. If you are participating in dangerous protests, especially if you are part of a group targeted by police violence, please take steps to minimize the likelihood that police and other repressive entities will be able to capture or identify you. You deserve to be safe and free!
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 08/14/2014 - 09:41
In the early hours of August 14th, three police cruisers were smashed out at the Chapel Hill Police Department Headquarters in Chapel Hill, NC. A message was also painted on one of the cars, reading, "For Luke."
This was done as a small gesture of solidarity with Luke O'Donovan, of Atlanta, GA, who was recently sentenced to two years in prison for defending himself against five homophobic attackers. We hope this brings a smile to his face.
Submitted by worker on Thu, 08/14/2014 - 09:18
Over the last few hours thousands of dollars have been streaming in from all over the world to support those arrested over the last few days in Ferguson, Missouri. This support is incredible and breath-taking, and sadly our previous link is not set-up to handle this level of activity.
Please, please, please, circulate this new link and continue donating.
Submitted by worker on Thu, 08/14/2014 - 06:21
From The Anti Media
Many question the moral authority of the rioting in Ferguson that was triggered by yet another killing of an unarmed teen. The rioting is a symptom of a larger nationwide trend of resistance to the encroaching police state, and specifically the ability of law enforcement officials to kill, maim, and harass without consequence.
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 08/13/2014 - 04:54
Over the course of a few years, local police in a seemingly coordinated effort have put forth narratives designed to stop radicals from lending unmediated support to impacted communities during times of crisis. The pattern of this counterinsurgency strategy is simplistic yet fairly effective. A decade of intense militarization, economic decline and an overall breaking system has created a need for the state to stop uprisings before they take hold. Their strategy is two fold, divide the impacted community into good and bad protesters while concurrently attacking the anarchist movement.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 08/12/2014 - 23:57
In May of 2012 five anti fascists were arrested and later that year
convicted of taking part in emphatically, stopping a meeting of white
supremacists at a restaurant in Tinley Park, which is a Chicago suburb.
Jason Sutherlin is one of those 5 and is due to be released from
prison at the end of September. So , Bloomington ABC , NYC ABC , Denver
Sacramento Prisoner Support have launched a campaign to start a release
fund for Jason.