Strasbourg. France. In a period where violent and even illegal evictions of tenants and squats have resumed (as in Caen and Gap), while the prolonged winter truce ended on July 10, threats of imminent eviction are hanging over La Pigeonne in the coming days or weeks. In the context of a global pandemic and unprecedented social and economic crisis, these moves are all the more intolerable.Continue reading #Strasbourg, #France: La Pigeonne threatened with eviction, let’s mobilize – Imminent danger!
Why are we squatting?
We, women and queer people, feminists, precarious, exiled and marginalised on several levels, are occupying a building in Strasbourg that has been abandoned for several years. Since February 27th 2020, La Pigeonne has become a squat for housing and organization in a selected mix (without cisgender men*).Continue reading #Strasbourg, #France: La Pigeonne, feminist and queer squat
Today it’s 19 years ago that Abdullah Öcalan was arrested. Statement by the International Initiative “Freedom for Abdullah Öcalan – Peace in Kurdistan”: On the 19th anniversary of his abduction we demand: Freedom for Abdullah Öcalan. On February 17th there will be a transnational demonstration in Strasbourg, France.
We re-publish a letter (and the reactions on the letter) about the clashes during the NATO summit in Strasbourg in 2009: Correspondences about revolutionary strategy and emotions by a few “rioters”.
Image: The riots during the NATO summit in April 2009 in Strasbourg, France.