Anarchist From Krasnodar (Russia) Sentenced

  • Posted on: 5 July 2005
  • By: worker

by L. Akai
<em>Will Appeal Against Fabricated Case</em>

<table><tr><td>Alexei Cherepanov from Krasnodar was set up by police in an ongoing history of state repression against anarchists in that city. In August 2004, the court decided that there was no real case against Alexei in light of mounting evidence that police had conspired to frame him and violated procedural norms in his case. But the state prosecutors brought him back to trial. </td><td><img src="files/pictures/aad_small.jpg"></td></tr></table>

Disbanding of The Federation of Revolutionary Anarchist Collectives (FRAC)

  • Posted on: 5 July 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>To those fighting for a better tommorrow,
The Federation of Revolutionary Anarchist Collectives of the U.S. is officially disbanded. As a revolutionary anarchist federation based in the midwest/Great Lakes region we started this project nearly 3 years ago now. </td><td><img src="files/pictures/frac_small.jpg"></td></tr></table>In that time we have had collectives in the cities of Chicago, Minneapolis, Lansing, and Cleveland. We had the opportunity to work with many comrades and make many friends. While our drive for a world free of domination continues to thrive, our ability to maintain FRAC as an organized threat to the power of state and capital has waned. We do not question the need to have an organized revolutionary anarchist federation in the Great Lakes region and hope that such a project can succeed in the future here.

'Firm' plan for anarchists' rally

  • Posted on: 3 July 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Police have said they will deal "firmly and fairly" with any disruption caused by a planned anarchist demonstration on the streets of Edinburgh.<br/>The Carnival For Full Enjoyment has the backing of anti-capitalist groups the Wombles and Dissent.<br/>Protesters have been asked to meet at noon on Monday at the west end of Princes Street.</td><td><img src="./files/pictures/_41261903_policeandprotesterpacr203.jpg" alt="The Carnival For Full Enjoyment"></td></tr></table>

Workers' Rights

  • Posted on: 2 July 2005
  • By: worker

<strong>WORKERS' RIGHTS - USE THEM OR LOSE THEM</strong>
Capitalism is the problem - not just Howard

* Today is only the first step. The purpose of today’s rally is to assemble our
forces for the coming struggle. This needs to be the launch of an ongoing campaign, growing till every workplace in Australia is part of it. Talk to

Smash the State - Build the Community! Why we are Occupying Tower Park, Modesto CA

  • Posted on: 28 June 2005
  • By: worker

Why Reclaim the Parks…
…and the streets…and the city…

We are calling for the people of Modesto to occupy Tower Park on Saturday, July 23rd. Parks represent areas in communities that are largely still communal and free. They are open spaces where people can come and enjoy green space, and not have to worry about pressures of the city, and the distractions of the commerical/work world. In the past we have occupied Tower Park to protest the police harassment and treatment of homeless, the policies of the Gospel Mission, and also the lack of permanent year round shelter. However, it’s a bigger problem than just the homeless facing difficult times, it’s the entire bloc of working people in this city, (and central valley), that are facing the effects of urban sprawl, police abuse, environmental devastation, and lack of the basics of life. Below are some reasons we not only need to come together to reclaim the parks, but the whole city.

Barcelona solidarity action for Italian anarchist prisoners

  • Posted on: 26 June 2005
  • By: worker

Barcelona solidarity action for Italian anarchist prisoners

June 26, 2005

On June 25, about 300 people marched through the streets of Barcelona, Spain, in solidarity with Italian anarchists imprisoned after a series of raids in May. The police presence was heavy, and one person was arrested before the march even began. After several police attacks, demonstrators began to overturn dumpsters in the streets and smash the windows of commercial buildings. According to corporate news agencies and the cops, three police officers were injured and seven people were arrested, including Italian, Greek, Czech and Chilean citizens.

Few actual anarchists turn out for protest

  • Posted on: 26 June 2005
  • By: worker

Few actual anarchists turn out for protest. Many more police, spectators, media in downtown area
PALO ALTO

After neatly spreading out a red-and-white checkered blanket with the contents of two wicker picnic baskets, Shannon Clark and Mike Reis settled in for the evening's entertainment: an anarchist protest rally in Palo Alto's Lytton Plaza that police feared might turn violent.

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