Seattle. Washington. On February 23rd, 2020, the indigenous oriented land and water defense group known as Protectors of the Salish Sea were performing a prayer walk, on occupied Duwamish land, in solidarity with the struggle of the Wet’suwet’en in so-called Canada. The Wet’suwet’en maintain nonsurrendered land which is currently threatened by a purposed inherently toxic oil pipeline.Deutschland
Puget Sound Prisoner Support (PSPS) is an anti-repression collective based in Seattle. For 5+ years we have provided jail and legal support for people who have been arrested at protests and demonstrations. We walk people through the legal procedure of arrest, court proceedings, bail if necessary, getting in touch with a lawyer also if necessary, and in general help people understand a confusing legal system. We do not provide legal support for people who get arrested for civil disobedience; rather, we provide an “emergency service” for when participants of a protest or demonstration get arrested. We offer a safety net for people to land in when the unexpected happens and things go wrong. We’ve supported friends and strangers alike, bailed people out, showed up at court proceedings throughout trials, and helped with fundraising to cover legal costs. Our major caveat is that we do not offer support to anyone who would endanger our communities by way of cooperating with the police, the courts or any other governing agency. No snitching, plain and simple.Continue reading #Seattle: PSPS Statement on Recent FBI Activity
Seattle. Washington. On a sunny Sunday afternoon about 50 of us gathered in occupied Duwamish territory to blockade BNSF railroad tracks along Seattle’s waterfront at the railroad crossing of Broad St. & Alaskan Way in a show of solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Nation and countless others who have been fighting Canada’s drive to force Coastal Gas Link’s gas-pipeline by way of police (RCMP) force. Our intentions differed from that of opportunistic NGOs; our aim was to cause as much economic disruption as possible without a single arrest.Continue reading #Seattle: BNSF Rails Blockaded in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
Seatlle. WA. In the early hours of Tuesday February 11th, we dropped two banners for the morning commuters heading into Seattle on I-90 in solidarity with those fighting against the RCMP and Coastal Gaslink on Wet’suwet’en lands in so-called British Columbia.Continue reading #Seattle, #Washington: Banner Drop in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Nation
On Sunday January 5th, the WA Three Percenters along with Patriot Prayer’s Joey Gibson held a “United Against Hate” rally at Seattle City Hall.Continue reading #Seattle: Anti-Fascist Reportback from January 5th: Against the Cops and Three Percenters
Call for a counter-demonstration against the far-Right three percenter militia which will be hosting a rally in Seattle alongside several members of the GOP.Continue reading All Out Against Three Percenters In #Seattle!
Seattle: On Saturday February 9th, University of Washington College Republicans (UWCR) along with Joey Gibson of Patriot Prayer will be holding an anniversary event for their “freedom rally”(whatever that means) that took place at UW last year.Continue reading #Seattle: Feb 9th Call for Autonomous Action against Patriot Prayer at UW
Seattle, January 8: In response to the call for solidarity with the Unist’ot’en and Gidimt’en, a couple of us got together this morning to erect a banner facing the morning traffic headed into Seattle.Continue reading Stand With #Unistoten Banner Drop in #Seattle, #WA
The Seattle Anarchist Book Fair is an opportunity for old friends to come together, new connections be made, and for those new to anarchy to have an opportunity to engage with the many and varied perspectives of what has been called the Beautiful Idea.
While anarchists are often portrayed through our direct confrontations with the state and capitalism, a book fair allows a space where people have more of an opportunity to converse, exchange ideas and, hopefully, learn from each other.
Here we can find commonalities and intersecting goals, as well as further flesh out those places where our individual projects and desires diverge.
Join us for a day of mass action by land and sea on May 20 to protect our waters, our communities, and our climate from Kinder Morgan.