<table><tr><td>To the barbarian hordes,
Once again, we have received information from multiple sources pointing towards another shipment through a port in Cascadua. The genocidal machine known as the US military is attempting to re-oil its rusty gears and show the population of Cascadia that, despite all of our efforts, the murder and death will not stop and that none of us have the ability to change anything.
<table><tr><td>A Call For Anarchist Solidarity Actions With Immigrants Across the U.S.
Take Nationally-Coordinated Action To Show Solidarity And Fight ICE on July 21st!
We have begun the attack by spraypainting an ICE van with many anti-Migra(ICE) slogans. May our spark spread into a wildfire.
<table><tr><td>New FIFTH ESTATE Summer edition out; call for submissions for Fall (theme: Play) and Winter (theme: Subtext, Subversion and Sabotage) issues.
FIFTH ESTATE subscriptions for 4 issues are available for $14 (US) / $20 (Canada and Mexico) / $24 (rest of the world). Free to prisoners and soldiers.
CONTENTS of FIFTH ESTATE #378:
<table><tr><td>Last Friday, the 11th of July, anarchists and anti-authoritarians from the around the Pacific Northwest met in beautiful Tacoma, Washington with the goal of adopting one of the 7 sectors of St. Paul, Minnesota, utilizing the <a href="http://www.rncwelcomingcommittee.org/2008/05/29/3s-sector-map-of-downtow... map</a> proposed by the RNC-Welcoming Committee and many others at the pReNC 5.3.
<table><tr><td>On the 4th of July, amidst the tourist frenzy and sounds of fireworks, at least 8 windows were broken on a condominium that is being built in the lower Ocean neighborhood.
The homes that once stood there housed primarily Latino families. These families were evicted to make way for more expensive housing. This type of development raises the property values, which in turn, forces out more low-income and working poor people from the area. It is a clear example of gentrification in our town.
<table><tr><td>The NorthEast Anarchist Network has endorsed the Pittsburgh Organizing Group's call to action for "Sector 1" in St. Paul on the first day of the Republican National Convention.