Montreal, Canadian territory: As the Victoria Day weekend begins, the Macdonald Monument and the Queen Victoria Statue at McGill have once again been vandalized. Montreal May Anarchists (MMA) sprayed the Macdonald Monument in anti-colonial green, and the Queen Victoria statue in anti-imperialist red.Continue reading Macdonald Monument & Queen Victoria Statue Vandalized Again in #Montreal
On the 21st of April 2019 our brother Tonou-Mbobda died as a result of a racist, brutally inhuman and ultimately deadly attack by “security” personnel of the University Hospital Hamburg – Eppendorf (UKE).Continue reading Demonstration: Africa Liberation Day /#JusticeForMBobda May 25 – 12:00 at #UKE #Hamburg
The Hambacher Forest occupations are under immediate thread of eviction. But activists in the forest still found the time for a protest to commemorate Oury Jalloh.Continue reading #HambacherForest: Solidarity action to commemorate #OuryJalloh
On behalf of the survivors of the Diallo family, especially in the name of the parents Mariama Djombo Diallo and Elhadji Boubakar Diallo, who died without being informed and getting answers to their legitimate questions about the cruel assassination of their son Oury Jalloh, we invite all solidarians, activists, initiatives and organizations to our annual demonstration to commemorate Oury Jalloh at January 7, 2019 to Dessau, German territory.
The Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group supports the struggles of refugees, who are simply demanding their legal rights to asylum. We call on the union movement in Australia, sections of which have quite reasonable refugee policies, to act on them and come to the refugees’ defence. We look forward to a workers’ revolution which will create a single federal world community with freedom of movement for everyone. And in the meantime, we support the work of the Close the Camps Action Collective: https://www.facebook.com/Close-the-Camps-Action-Collective-1741130979474102/ (Warning Facebook link).
In the small city of Gloversville, New York, you’ll find a plethora of abandoned factories and homes due to economic downturn. Times have been rough for the residents of this historic city, where glove making was once the center of its economy in a now bygone era.
Fast forward to 2018, and Gloversville is home to a burgeoning group of Ku Klux Klan, terrorizing their LGBTQ and POC neighbors with targeted campaigns of hateful harassment. Continue reading Under the Hoods of the New York Ku Klux Klan