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#Olympia, #WA: Mayor’s house vandalized during rowdy anti-cop march

Olympia. WA. The night of June 12, an assortment of black liberation fighters, anarchists, and fellow travelers held a rowdy march against the police and the white supremacist world they maintain in downtown Olympia. In spite of the heavy militia presence tailing the march (30+ chuds from a new crew calling itself “American Wolf” in fluorescent green “peacekeeper” shirts with paint guns, regular guns, zip tie handcuffs; box trucks, and a limo), the march still managed to vandalize the mayor’s house, torch a US flag, bust up a bank and a Starbucks, and spread pro-black liberation and pro-abolition graffiti from downtown to the South Capitol neighborhood. There were no arrests.

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#Olympia, #WA: Report back from June 6th action in solidarity with the anti-police uprising

WA. For the last week or so, Olympia has been plagued with various protest leaders appearing out of no where who claim the role of “community leader” despite the fact that no one in the community seems to have met them before.

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#Olympia, #Washington: New Poster in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

Olympia. WA. We hope that the bravery and decisive action against the colonial state and it’s extractive industrial projects shown via the Unist’ot’en camp continue to spread and inspire blockades, sabotage, and conflict elsewhere.

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#Olympia, #Washington: Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en during RCMP Raid

Olympia. WA. On Wednesday February 6th 2020, RCMP forces again began to invade sovereign Wet’suwet’en territory, in the name of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline. The Unist’ot’en and Gidumt’en clans have been calling for action: to keep attention on this enforcement of colonization, to act in solidarity, and shut down the systems which enable the pipeline, the RCMP, and business as usual.

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#Olympia: All eyes on Wet’suwet’en

On December 31st, 2019 colonial courts attempted to progress colonial processes, handing pipeline company Coastal GasLink (CGL) an injunction against the Wet’suwet’en people on their own land. Unfortunately for them, the Wet’suwet’en said no. Hereditary chiefs from all five clans Wet’suwet’en rejected the court’s jurisdiction on their unceded territory. With the world behind them and watching, the Wet’suwet’en remain steadfast that no pipeline will desecrate their lands and poison their waters. Exactly one year since RCMP invaded sovereign Gidimt’en Wet’suwet’en territory with snipers authorized to use lethal force, the Wet’suwet’en people prepare for another imminent raid. As anarchists and anti-capitalists, our hearts pound with the Wet’suwet’en as they struggle against the state for their autonomy, and for the earth. The time is now to light and act with that same fire.

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#Olympia Antifascists Send White Nationalists Running

US territory. On December 7th, a group of at least 60 assorted antiracists and antifascists in Olympia, Washington held a rally against Nazis at the state capitol.

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From #Olympia to #Greece: Solidarity action for #AlexisGrigoropoulos

Statement by some anarchists from Olympia about a solidarity action to commemorate Alexis.

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