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Atlanta Forest: Bulldozer stopped in ATL forest by horde of forest defenders – Call to action

Atlanta. Georgia. On June. 2nd, a horde of forest defenders were able to stop a bulldozer on the edge of the woods (that was being escorted by kkkops) from destroying the forest by throwing rocks, deploying fireworks, & shouting scary words!

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The Whole Orchard – Season 2, Episode 3: Policing in indigenous communities

So-called Canada. The Whole Orchard launches its third episode of the second season. This month, the podcast addresses the stakes surrounding the police in Indigenous territories, whether led by native people or settlers.

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Why did Georgios Zantiotis have to die? Statements by the public prosecutor’s office in Wuppertal scientifically refuted [Germany]

Wuppertal. Germany. On 1 November 2021, Georgios Zantiotis dies in Wuppertal police custody. Shortly before, he had been arrested for as yet unexplained reasons. His sister and mother, numerous friends and the interested public have since been demanding conclusive and substantial explanations for the death of 25-year-old Georgios Zantiotis.

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March 15th, 2022 – 26th Annual International Day Against Police Brutality [Montreal]

Montreal. QC. The evening of March 15th, was the 26th annual protest against police brutality. 26 years of marching, 26 years of systematic repression by police brutality, like an annual tradition that leaves a bad taste in everyone’s mouth. The demonstrators decided to keep control of the sidewalks rather than be chased off the streets by violent and insulting police officers, and attacked the neighborhood’s worst businesses: Dollarama and the National Bank. Let’s remember that if Dollarama is a grocery store of last resort for the poor, it still sells unhealthy crap and is one of the worst companies in Quebec for abusing its workers. And on the other side, the National Bank is investing billions in several important oil projects. In the face of this self-defense of the poor against their oppressors, the police violently attacked the demonstration: truncheons, gas and beatings were the order of the day.

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Response to “Why are we still standing outside precincts?”

Portland. Oregon. Standing outside precincts in Portland hasn’t been effective since the time some comrades attempted to light the North Precinct on fire. Standing outside precincts will NEVER be effective without the threat that they will burn.

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“I Believe That We Will Win” – Two Perspectives on Defend the Atlanta Forest

They say Atlanta is a city in a forest. What happens when cops, developers, and Hollywood team up to decimate some of the very woods the city claims to treasure? In the last year, a widespread and diverse movement has sprung up to Defend the Atlanta Forest from a secretive proposal to build a police training facility, flanked by a movie soundstage, in a wooded parcel in southeast Atlanta. In this interview from January 30, just days after a major action ending in a handful of arrests, we speak with two participants in the movement about its origins, tactics, and insurgent vision. Their story is of getting ahead of the media, outsmarting the cops, and coming to know the woods through the struggle.

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Fuck HPS: An informational project [Hamilton, Ontario]

Hamilton. ON. The last decade in policing has seen an increase in the amount of resources police have invested in to surveilling anarchists/organizers & projects that in some way pose a threat to the state.

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Why are we still standing outside of precincts? [Portland, Oregon]

Portland. OR. Tonight, Feb 4, we stuck it to PPB by… yelling at them for a couple hours. And making them take their squad cars into the IJC basement parking from the street. Impressive. Why are we still doing this? Because it was effective in June of 2020? Was it even effective then or did it just feel effective?

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From the horse’s mouth: the State monopoly of violence [UK]

As the Financial Times generally sees itself as the in-house newspaper of the boss class here in the UK, then it’s sometimes worthwhile dipping in to see exactly what our class enemy is up to.

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