Riots consume Oakland

  • Posted on: 25 September 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.pittnews.com/node/20088">Pitt News</a>

What began as a peaceful gathering of people hoping to see President Barack Obama last night became an 8-hour-long protest-turned-riot that damaged Oakland businesses and prompted police to use force.

About 50 people gathered near the bridge to Schenley Park at 4 p.m. yesterday to see Obama’s motorcade drive to the Phipps Conservatory.

Occupay California! Statement from the UCSC occupiers

  • Posted on: 24 September 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>We are occupying this building at the University of California, Santa Cruz, because the current situation has become untenable. Across the state, people are losing their jobs and getting evicted, while social services are slashed. California’s leaders from state officials to university presidents have demonstrated how they will deal with this crisis: everything and everyone is subordinated to the budget. They insulate themselves from the consequences of their own fiscal mismanagement, while those who can least afford it are left shouldering the burden.

Orgy of Violence

  • Posted on: 24 September 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>The Insurrectionary forces of orgiastic violence showed great discipline in their four rounds of ultra-violence through pittsburgh violence today. 1st round: dumpters, tear gas, shit. 2nd round: a bank. 3rd round: cops hit, flares off, multiple businesses destroyed.

Pink and Black Attack #3

  • Posted on: 23 September 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>We are proud to announce the release of the third issue of Pink and Black Attack, a queer anarchist publication from Olympia, WA. This issue provides legal updates and calls for legal support for comrades facing legal trouble as well as news and reportbacks from anti-corporate Pride actions. We also feature an interview with Terence Kissack and an excerpt from his book, Free Comrades: Anarchism and Homosexuality in the United States 1895-1917. Additionally, we feature more anti-assimilationist, anarchist queer analysis and thought.

Pages