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Letter Of Resistance- The Magónista Women’s Commission / Popular Indigenous Council Of #Oaxaca – A Report From Magónistas On The Impact Of #COVID19 In #Mexico

We must bear in mind that no government,
honest as it is, can decree the abolition of misery.
It is the people themselves, the hungry,
the disinherited, who have to abolish misery.

Ricardo Flores Magón (Regeneration, Nov. 19, 1910)
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Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement (RAM) on the anti-police revolutionary movement

Statement by the Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement (RAM) on the anti-police revolutionary movement exploding now.

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#Minneapolis, #MN: The battle for the 3rd precinct – A personal account

When I arrived in the afternoon at 3rd precinct the vibe was jovial as thousands of people chilled around a burning car campfire in the bombed out Target mini-mall. With the backdrop of a waterfall pouring out of the charred skeleton of a massive torched two-story housing development, people celebrated their success and how surreal the entire situation was. Packed vehicles with folks hanging out the windows weaved through the Target parking-lot yelling, “Fuck 12!” blaring Lil Boosie’s “Fuck the police” – a song that’s become default to Midwest riot culture.

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#COVID Life And The Asset Economy

Following the 2007/08 financial crisis the creation of a less unequal and fairer world appeared to be a major prospect. As is by now all too familiar, after the financial crisis, instead of becoming more progressive, societies turned out to be more unequal, with inequalities and asset-based class divisions becoming more embedded and entrenched, and runaway wealth becoming the signature of the post-crisis world.

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#Wuppertal: Announcing the struggle against the murderous pack – Demo against police violence in solidarity with uprising in #Minneapolis – #RIP #GeorgeFloyd

Wuppertal. Germany. On Friday night a demo in solidarity with the uprising in Minneapolis and against police violence took place in Wuppertal, Germany. A reportback.

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Twin Cities Protest Death of George Floyd: Day #3

Minneapolis, MN – Protesters are continuing to gather outside the Minneapolis Police (MPD) 3rd Precinct building today after extended protests and clashes with police yesterday. The Twin Cities is still engulfed in mass outrage after MPD officer Derek Chauvin was filmed choking a black man named George Floyd to death in a disturbing video that went viral Monday night.

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#Minneapolis: Now This Fight Has Two Sides – What the Riots Mean for the #COVID19 Era

The demonstrations this week in Minneapolis mark a historic watershed in the COVID-19 era. As we argued in March, there are some things that are worth risking death for. Perpetuating capitalism is not one of them. But some of us face threats even more deadly than COVID-19. It is worth risking our lives to fight for a world in which no one will be murdered the way that George Floyd was—and what is happening in Minneapolis shows that people are ready to.

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#Italy: Is Bologna starting to return to “normality” again? – Solidarity with those arrested in #Bologna

Bologna. Italy. The real “Phase 2” has begun. Finally, after months of confinement, controls, hunting for the Quacksalver, infamous at the windows (with the tricolor next to it), you can move without self-certification anymore.

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#GEORGEFLOYD: MURDERED BY RACIST COPS! – May 29: Demonstration in #Wuppertal, #Germany

Update: Today, May 29th, 2020: George Floyd Solidemo – 06:00 pm (18:00), ATTENTION Starting point has changed! Station forecourt (Döppersberg) main train station (Hbf) in Wuppertal.

Demonstration: May 29, 2020 – 6:00 pm (18:00) in main station (HBF, Döppersberg) square in Wuppertal (Germany). On May 25th George Floyd was murdered by cops, we are not sad, we are angry. Angry about the fact that it seems to be more and more normal that cops use more and more brutal force and also firearms as a matter of routine, whereby the victims are often seriously injured or killed.

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