With Trump planning a majorwave of ICE raidstargeting Northern California in the coming weeks, especially targeting sanctuary cities, organized community responses are essential to beating back these attacks. The goal, as always with immigration enforcement, is to strike fear in immigrant communities, reinforce their precarious status as workers and feed Trump’s base that supports his white nationalist agenda.
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WHEN IMMIGRANT RIGHTS ARE UNDER ATTACK
WHAT DO WE DO?
STAND UP, FIGHT BACK!
White America has a long ugly history of destroying family and culture of black and brown folks who were forced into the country, either in chains, or as refugees. It’s 2018, and still families are being separated based on racist policies which govern who qualifies for US citizenship. The current administration has shown extreme prejudice against black and brown immigrants, and it’s clear that now these sentiments are being carried out by ICE. Today, in West Bend WI, a member of my own family was arrested at his home and detained indefinitely.Continue reading ICE Raids Wisconsin Dairy Farms: You Caring
On Wednesday, August 16, at about 7am, a convoy of unmarked federal vehicles rolled up in West Oakland and over two dozen armed Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents stormed a Latina home, supposedly in service of a warrant for the “human trafficking of juveniles.”
Image: First arrestee removed from the house about 8:10am, not related to warrant but over immigration documentation
On Saturday, September 9th at 2PM in Oscar Grant Plaza, Oakland, we invite all undacamented folks, families and allies to join us in a rally and march to show love and support for #DACA. We must show those affected that we stand with them, and those making the decision that we’ve already made it for them. We are here to stay!
At noon on Monday, April 10th, over 100 detained immigrants at the Northwest Detention Center (NWDC) in Tacoma began a 72-hour hunger strike to protest human rights abuses inside the facility and to fight for better conditions. As of 8PM Monday, the strike had spread to 415 detainees. Organizers on the inside have asked for the presence of supporters at the Detention Center until it ends. People who are willing to stay late/come early/camp out in front of the NWDC are urged to head there as soon as possible. The NWDC is located at 1623 E J St, Tacoma. Donations of food/water/supplies are also needed and appreciated.
The Trump administration has made it a corner-stone of its fascistic platform to harasses, deport, and incarcerate immigrants at an unprecedented rate. DHS and ICE have been raiding homes and workplaces at an increasing pace. One such workplace in NYC is under attack. However, rather than accept their fate and allow their friends and families to be torn apart by these policies, these people have chosen to fight back.
Today there were massive walkouts and demonstrations against ICE raids across the US, with many shops closed and empty classes in schools. Immigrant communities across the country are on edge after federal immigration agents arrested over 600 people in the past week in the largest raids since Donald Trump became president. Raids were reported in at least 11 states, including California, New York, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri and Wisconsin. On February 13th, ICE and Local Police smashed a door and windows in Santa Cruz, California. The Immigrant Defense Project published an ICE raids toolkit.
Image: Doors & windows smashed by ICE and local police in Santa Cruz, California on February 13th, 2017.
According to to immigrant rights activists who claimed at least 134 people were detained after ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) raids across Southern California on Thursday. In Los Angeles people took the street to protests against the ICE raids. The raids took place just one day after Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos was detained and deported to Mexico. The Immigrant Defense Project published an ICE raids toolkit.
20.02.18: There was an open-mic event in solidarity with the anarchist comrade K. Yiagtzoglou at the Propylaea. Banners were hung, texts were distributed and leaflets were thrown. This was a minimal sign of solidarity with our comrade who has been … Continue reading →
On February 16th, the report presented by the General Directorate of the Madrid Police for the installation of video surveillance in several areas of Vallekas, specifically in the vicinity of Puente de Vallekas, was made public. As reported by … Continue reading →
El pasado 16 de febrero se tuvo conocimiento del informe presentado por la Dirección General de la Policía de Madrid para la instalación de videovigilancia en varias zonas de vallekas, concretamente en las cercanías de Puente de Vallekas. Según informa … Continue reading →
received on 17.02.18 More arrests: In the Crimea, special services detained a local anarchist and social activist Yevgeny Karakashev (02/02). In Moscow, an anarchist Elena Gorban was arrested (13/02). On the same day, anarchist Alexei Kobaidze was detained and arrested. We are calling upon everybody to continue the solidarity campaign! USA. Russia.
received on 15.02.18 From Rigaer Street, we send signs of solidarity and rage to anarchist prisoners in Russia, responding to the call from Russia for International Days of Solidarity with Russian Anarchist Political Prisoners. These days we heard from the arrests of antifascists and anarchists in Russia. Already before, in the months of October and […]
Saturday / february the 17th / 15:30 Info-talk on the case of Peike from Amsterdam, currently standing trial in Hamburg for alleged participation in the G20 riots last summer. He has been convicted to 2 years and 7 months imprisonment, but on the 9th of february his higher appeal started. On the 16th of […]
received 2 /8 /18 Action weekend 23-24-25 Feb against the new squatting ban in Belgium!In the summer of 2017 a new law was voted in Belgium to make squatting illegal. In autumn the law came into action. We would like to call out for an international weekend in solidarity against the new law. Because […]
At the hearing on January 31, 2018 at the 16th chamber of the court of Paris, the 7 comrades sent to trial for “Damage against Air France, the SNCF and Bouygues” and refusal to give DNA samples and identification, obtained … Continue reading →
On the night of January 28 to 29 in Montreal, a luxury car goes up in smoke in the Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce district. The fire broke out around 1:30 am in the passenger compartment of a parked Porsche on Girouard Avenue, near … Continue reading →
A place and a paper. Tilt is a new project to try to take up a train of thought that has never been abandoned: that of an opposition to the Tap – and not only – without mediations or compromise, … Continue reading →
Wednesday, February 7th. We continue with our custom of mocking the authorities. Vandalism as an action, as an expression of rage against this sick society and its sad infrastructure. As we have previously stated: “The streets of Santiago at night … Continue reading →
On January 28th, 2018, the office of the Tel Aviv Population, Immigration and Border Authority (PIBA) was vandalized in protest against the expulsion of African migrants. A number of severed doll heads covered with red paint were found outside the … Continue reading →
From MTL Counter-Info Montreal Counter-Information is an autonomous platform that receives anonymous submissions as well as texts spreading anarchist ideas of different tendencies. We do not condemn anything that is published on this site. We are not the authors of the submissions sent to us. Recently we learned from an article in La Presse that […]
From subMedia Last week, white Canadian farmer Gerald Stanley was found not guilty of murder against Colten Boushie, a 22-year old indigenous man, who was trespassing on Stanley’s farm. People all across Canada responded by hosting vigils and demos in solidarity with the Boushie family, and to demand justice for Colten.
From subMedia Mi’kmaqs have been blocking a fracked gas storage project by Alton Gas that would pollute the Shubenacadie river. Alton Gas project manager and ex-RCMP agent, Rob Turner, showed up to the camp to put up a “no trespassing” sign. Not only was the sign covered up, but the camp also called for […]
Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info Gathering at Place Émilie-Gamelin, tonight (February 1) at 19h With every bullet, we are reminded that the police are murderers. Yesterday, they once again opened fire on someone – an 18 year old who remain anonymous – who was acting with hostility at the courthouse in Maniwaki. Last summer Pierre […]
From subMedia On this 50th anniversary of the global uprisings of 1968, subMedia pays homage to the insurgent youth who helped kick things off a half-century ago by taking a look at some contemporary student-led movements that are still tearing things up around the world. In this month’s episode of Trouble, the first of […]