direct action

Bash Back! Disrupts Traffic in Response to Trans Killings

November 22, 2008

In response to the recent murder of of Duanna Johnson, Philly’s incompetence in trying Erika Keels murderer, and to show our love to all the Trans Folks who lost their lives to hate, Bash Back Philly took to the streets in our first action to mark the beginning of our existence.

Report back on the G20 Summit in Washington D.C.

by Ben Bernasty

On November 15th the leaders of the of the 20 most powerful economies met in Washington D.C. for the “G-20 Leaders Summit on Financial Markets and the World Economy.” Responding to the financial crisis.

A variety of organizations in D.C. assembled under the name Global Justice Action organized a three-day weekend of events across in and out of the streets. This weekend U.S. organizers a chance to organize against a world financial summit during at historic moment—not when world economic leaders are calmly a new trade deals, but when they are scrambling to deal with a major crisis in the world economy.

Repression Against the RNC 8

Of course, it takes months or years of hard work by dedicated activists and organizers to make a mass demonstration possible. One of the groups that played a key role in making the RNC protests happen was the RNC Welcoming Committee, a group composed mostly of anarchists and anti-authoritarian residents of the Twin Cities working to coordinate the logistical aspects of RNC resistance.

Ground Noise and Static

In November, one or the other of the corporate candidates will win, and then, as always, it will be what the people do, not the politicians, that counts. A video report on the protests that occurred in connection with the Democrat and Republican National Conventions, Ground Noise & Static is a manifesto. We went to Denver and St. Paul to take the pulse of the movement.

May Day Banner Drop

Press release from the Stolen Land Committee :

Today on international workers day, a group calling itself the Stolen Land Committee hung a banner off the east face of an abandoned building at 12th and Pearl streets reading “No One Is Illegal.”

The group took this action in solidarity with workers throughout the world who march and rally today in commemoration of those who lost their lives during the struggle for the 8 hour day here in the United States. In particular the group seeks to highlight the struggles of undocumented immigrant workers here in the united states who risk their lives on dangerous border crossings to come to the United States and work. 2 years ago in 2006, Immigrant workers lead the largest demonstrations in the history of the United States on mayday.

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