Philadelphia. PA. August 26. 2020. The Solidarity with Kenosha, WI demo was more impressive than usual. People met up, discussed the plan, and started promptly.Continue reading Solidarity from #Philly to #Kenosha
Anathema, a Philadelphia anarchist periodical: Volume 6 Issue 6, August 2020.Continue reading #Anathema A #Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical: Volume 6 Issue 6
Rest in Power, Del!
Philadelphia. PA. Reporting back from the August 8, 2020 tribute to Delbert Africa, we wanted to share some images and video from the event as well as what Del meant to members of Philly ABC.Continue reading #Philly: Report from August 8th: Protest Against Police Terror & Tribute to Delbert Africa
Anathema, a Philadelphia anarchist periodical: Volume 6 Issue 5, July 2020.Continue reading #Anathema A #Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical: Volume 6 Issue 5
Philadephia. PA. In South Philadelphia, there are white residents currently protecting a Columbus Statue in Marconi Plaza in the name of white supremacy.Continue reading #Philadelphia: Emergency Medical Work Necessary from Gravy Seal Attack
On Saturday, June 27th, Health-Care Workers And Community Members In Philadelphia Put Up Barricades And Attempted To Occupy The Entrance To The Shuttered Hahnemann Hospital.Continue reading Report On Attempted Occupation Of Hahnemann Hospital In #Philadelphia
Philadelphia. PA. Even though there’s been active protests going on everyday here since May 30th, it feels like things for the most part are becoming more and more tame. There’s still a lot of momentum but with it is a strong fear it’ll be overtaken by the popular liberal agenda or suppressed by state repression. Nonetheless with a curiosity of what direction things will take, and with rather low expectations I showed up to the call for the ftp noise demo..Continue reading Report back and reflections on the #Juneteenth anti-cop, anti-prison noise demo in #Philly
Anathema, a Philadelphia anarchist periodical: Volume 6 Issue 4, May 2020.Continue reading #Anathema A #Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical: Volume 6 Issue 4
The COVID-19 pandemic is bringing us to a fork in the road. On one side we see the near future that power wants: an atomized and remote workforce, a drastic decrease in spontaneous in-person social life, a big increase in who is considered surplus population as
“non-essential” work is cancelled, and a bunch more surveillance, policing, and social control. On the other hand, the state is scared, it’s showing that government is capable of providing social security when the choice is between that and an uncontrolled breakdown in the
social order. Neither of these paths lead to places that we, as anarchists, can feel good about. As this pandemic runs its course and society changes because of it, a new normal will slowly congeal as things cool down. What that normal looks like and how it comes about is still up in the air.
Anathema A Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical: Volume 6 Issue 3, March/April 2020.Continue reading #Anathema A #Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical: Volume 6 Issue 3