On January 4 (19:30) we organize a screening of Submedia’s Trouble 16: “Conspiracy to Riot” in the Enough is Enough Info-Café in the Wiesenstrasse 48 in Wuppertal (German territory). After the video screening we will discuss the J20 resistance and the solidarity against the massive repression.Continue reading Enough is Enough Info-Café: Screening Trouble 16: Conspiracy to Riot
Fill Gascon’s Office to Demand The DA Drops Charges, Pack the Courtroom for the J20 Resisters! Tuesday December 12, 08:30am PST on 850 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA 94103-4763, United States.
On the 27th of November, a protest was held outside DC Superior Court in solidarity with J20 (Inauguration protest) defendents facing up to 65 years in prison. One message of the protest was that “a vote to convict is a vote for Trump” driven home by a chant. It has also come out that police had already decided to carry out the mass arrest prior to the march ever leaving Logan Circle.
Everyone who wants a free world: we need you to show up to win this fight.
Rally To Defend J20 Resistance, Monday November 27, 8:00am – 9:30am EST. Courthouse at 500 Indiana Ave NW, in Washington DC.
Trump Admin Narrows Scope of Inauguration Protest Website Request But Witch Hunt Continues.
On Inauguration Day, I volunteered on a hotline providing legal support to protesters. Hundreds were arrested. Before they were out of jail, mainstream feminism had already cast them aside.
All out against Trump in Phill:
When: January 26, 2017
Where: Thomas Paine Plaza, Philadelphia
When: 11:00 am
In times where fascism is on the rise around the globe its about time to spread discussion documents about how to fight against fascism. Free online edition of Confronting Fascism: Documents for a Militant Movement.
On January 20th in downtown Minneapolis, a group broke away from the larger, passive demonstration called in protest Donald Trump’s inauguration. This breakaway action was not simply remarkable because it shot off fireworks or blocked the light-rail. Nor because dumpsters were moved into traffic or because paint was tossed at the juvie. These actions and others are welcome, and one can assume they produced great joy in those who carried them out. However, come morning, the paint will have been scrubbed off, traffic flowing as normal, and Donald Trump will begin his first full day as President of the United States.