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Seattle: Report Back from Black Friday Shut Down

  • Posted on: 30 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Pugetsoundanarchists.org

In honor of Mike Brown, and in response to the grand jury decision not to
prosecute Darren Wilson, protests and disturbances occurred across the
country on Black Friday. Protesters invaded malls and shopping centers, shut
down public transit, halted commerce, and demanded vengeance for Mike Brown
and all victims of police shootings.

In Seattle, several events were called for, but all blended together in a 5
hour long roaming march and disruption of Capitol Hill and downtown. Energy
was high, as was antagonism against the police and business as usual. What
follows is a partial account—the authors were not present for the entire
event, and could not have seen everything in any case. This is from our
perspective, but more perspectives, and more reportbacks, are always
desirable.

Portland: First Person Account of Ferguson Solidaity Demo on November 25th

  • Posted on: 29 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Portland went HARD AS FUCK last night!

Yesterday, 1,500 people gathered downtown infront of the justice center. This place is not only the central precinct for the police, but also serves as a jail. The perfect place to hold a rally within the context of darren wilson, and police violence in general.

This event was organizing by the AMA coalition, a group host organizations that are known collaborators with the police. Old church men who would rather sing songs to them, and invite the police chief himself, then confront them.

Report back from spontanerous march and rally in Rochester new york

  • Posted on: 28 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

After the non-indictment of Darren Wilson came out, a spontaneous demonstration occurred and congregated at College Town. From there the march meandered through the University of Rochester campus where it ended at Rush Rhees Library.

After this, a flag was burned by a group in black covering there faces, after the flag burning a demonstrator was chased, tackled, and eventually hauled away by campus security to the U of R public safety building. He was released soon after with no charges or involvement from the RPD.

A Reportback of Tuesday's march in New Orleans

  • Posted on: 26 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Without organizers, politicians or permission, 200 of us gathered at Lafayette Square the night after the Grand Jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson, the white cop who murdered Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager. We gathered because the state's repressive apparatus has claimed another victim. We gathered because even if such violence is a distant reality for some, the horror it inflicts on the world affects us all nevertheless.

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A Short Communique from Durham

  • Posted on: 26 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

On Tuesday night November 25th, a group of people enraged by the police murder of Mike-Mike Brown, and inspired by the rebellious acts that have spread across the country, vandalized the Durham National Guard Armory on Stadium Dr. Messages were painted on the front doors and over a dozen windows were smashed out.

The National Guard is now on the streets of St. Louis and Ferguson, continuing the racist cops' war on behalf of the rich against the poor.

Pittsburgh Fuck the Police march reportback

  • Posted on: 26 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Approximately 30 people gathered at Liberty Ave and Ella at 6pm in the dark for a solidarity march with Ferguson and against the police. This was an impressive turnout for an event which was called for the day of. Nearly everybody who showed up was dressed in black and face well covered.

Montreal: vandalism against gentrification

  • Posted on: 22 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

For several years, the St. Henri neighbourhood has been undergoing many changes: a walk along any part of rue Notre Dame will bring you face to face with the new foodie restaurants, high-end boutiques, art galleries, and ''drinkeries'' catering to the residents of all the canal-side condos, replacing the dollar stores and flea markets.

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