Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 05/28/2014 - 05:51
On Monday, May 26, the 17-year-old squatted social center Can Vies was evicted by police in Barcelona. Over a thousand people responded with a resilient riot in the neighborhood of Sants.
For Tuesday, May 27, there was a call-out for an evening noise demo outside a government office in Sants, and a more spontaneous gathering when heavy machinery started knocking the Can Vies building to the ground.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 03/09/2014 - 18:05
We’re happy to announce that a new zine, Unforgiving and Inconsolable: Durham Against the Police, is now available for download and printing. The zine compiles writings released in the heat of battle over the last few months, as three separate marches protesting the police detention and murder of Chuy Huerta brought the town’s distrust and anger with its police to the fore.
Submitted by Rocinante on Tue, 02/04/2014 - 16:43
From Reclaim Turtle Island
All across Turtle Island and around the world Indigenous peoples are taking direct action to protect their lands by any means necessary. Together we are resisting colonialism by defeating corporate Imperialism, preventing resource extraction, asserting our sovereignty, and fighting White supremacy and legacies of racism. So much has happened and Indigenous peoples are rising up!
Below is a brief synopsis of Land Defense and Sovereigntist struggles across Turtle Island that burned bright this 2013. It is in no particular order and by no means complete. From disrupting tar sands megaloads and pipelines infrastructure, to mining blockades, logging blockades, kicking out Nazis, rescuing our kidnapped children, continued Idle No More demonstrations and reclaiming territories, our spirits of survival and responsibility are so strong.
Submitted by worker on Tue, 01/28/2014 - 02:01
The Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK)–North Korea. The very mention of the country’s name and a blizzard of buzzwords are released: Cult of Personality, Mass starvation, Nuclear-armed, Thought Control, Defectors and Reverse-defectors.
A land completely closed to the outside world? Since the 1960s, a small but steady stream of foreign delegations, diplomats, NGO representatives, and regular tourists have been permitted to visit North Korea, albeit under tightly controlled conditions with official minders watching every move and word.
So, the door is open, and the opportunity presented itself to me (a China-based expatriate)–a four day trip to Pyongyang with a Chinese tour group a few months after the snowy funeral of Dear Leader Kim Jong Il.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 04/19/2013 - 11:46
As the common phrase goes, “There is not other place like home”
On April 6th 2013, New York City, anarchists from different cities including Washington DC. We gathered to share, learn, give workshops, present documentaries, art, music and more. With three different locations close to each other, which made it easier to go into the different workshops, but when the anarchist family get together it is always full of surprises.
Submitted by worker on Sat, 11/24/2012 - 21:55