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From Embers: A Year At 1492 Land Back Lane

After a hiatus, the anarchist podcast From Embers has re-launched this month. From Embers is a regular show about anarchist and anti-authoritarian politics in so-called Canada based in Kingston, Ontario. 

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From Embers: Fairy Creek [Kingston, Ontario]

From Embers is a regular show about anarchist and anti-authoritarian politics in so-called Canada based in Kingston, Ontario. This episode: Fairy Creek.

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Announcing the Fourth Annual Halifax Anarchist Bookfair [So-called Canada]

September 4th, 2021 ~ For anarchists, and those curious about anarchism ~ FREE [1] in Kjipuktuk, Unceded Mi’kmaq territory.

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Blessed is the Flame of Retribution [So-called Canada]

As Churches go up in flames in and across the nation and colonialist statues, venerated by the State, are splashed blood red, ripped from their foundations, and smashed to pieces, it is crystal clear that liberal-centrist institutions are the major culprit of cultural, economic, and real genocide. The Church and State are power-tools, machines of ideology. They are designed to perpetrate mass surveillance, discipline, and punishment of any type upon the general-population and/or any specific social group; all the while, they mask their inhuman activities in an instantaneous legality manufactured by their very own institutional apparatuses. And, of course, this so-called legality is always a legalized oppression orchestrated by the Church and State themselves, namely, the very same institutions engaged in various forms of repression, both ideological and real.

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Fairy Creek: Forest Defenders Take Back Waterfall Camp [So-called British Columbia, Pacheedaht Territory]

So-called Canada. Pacheedaht Territory. Report from the Fairy Creek Forest blockade. 

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So-called Canada: 1492 Land Back Lane Forces Cancellation of McKenzie Meadows Development

After nearly a year of re-occupying a tract of land slated for a settler housing development of around 200 homes, Six Nations members have successfully forced the cancellation of the project. Haudenosaunee land defenders and their supporters have been occupying the 25-acre site since July 19th, 2020. They have survived a raid, dozens of arrests, constant surveillance by the OPP as well as CSIS, and court orders from racist judges.

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Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners, Free Them All!

Montreal. Quebec. In the summer of 2020, three high schoolers – Bogdan Andreev, Denis Mikhaylenko, and Nikita Uvarov, all 14 years old – were arrested in the city of Kansk in the Krasnoyarsk region of Siberia, within the claimed borders of the Russian state.

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Gate locked as RCMP attacks logging blockades on Vancouver Island

So-called British Columbia. So-called Canada. On May 17 2021, the same day RCMP scum began enforcing Teal Jones Group’s court injunction against longterm logging blockades in Pacheedaht and Ditidaht territory, we locked TJG’s gate on Grierson Main road.

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Oshawa, Ontario: Stop Gentrification In Our City

Oshawa. Ontario. April 22 the city of Oshawa bulldozed the community-led Memorial Garden, which stood in downtown Oshawa for nearly two years. Made by unsheltered community members, the memorial originally started to commemorate those lost to the opioid crisis and drug overdoses. It grew to be a community memorial for anyone lost to drug overdoses, suicide, untreated illness or other ails from poverty and capitalism.

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