black lives matter

The Clarity of Rupture: Dallas and Los Angeles

  • Posted on: 11 July 2016
  • By: thecollective

From Lucha No Feik

On October 28, 1967 Huey Newton allegedly killed police officer John Frey. Up until that moment the Black Panther Party, barely a year old and only around one hundred members deep, had only engaged in police patrols, established community defense initiatives, planned rallies for Denzil Dowell who was shot dead by police in Richmond,CA, and enacted the spectacularized armed protest at the California State Assembly. October 28, 1967 marked a significant turning point in the tenor of the BPP and the broader Black Power movement. This singular action became both a moment of division and clarification that went on to set the tone for a future wave of struggles.

The Clash of “Communities;” the State of the Occupation at the 4th Precinct

  • Posted on: 23 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

“A man who has a language consequently possesses the world expressed and implied by that language.” (Frantz Fanon)

Ok, let’s take a look at this mess:

• “Together as a community we are going through something no community wants to face together… It is the dignity of neighborliness, the dignity of community, it is the dignity of the city of Minneapolis… It is that strength that will carry us through as a community…My vision is that we catalyze this moment for peace…that we strengthen the bonds of our communities with police and with each other.” (Mayor Hodges)

On Throwing Rocks or Thoughts on the Demonstration at the 4th Precinct in Minneapolis, Minnesota on 11/18

  • Posted on: 19 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

“[T]he time of passive resistance has ended, that nonviolence was a useless strategy and could never overturn a white majority regime bent on retaining its power at any cost” – Nelson Mandala

“Y’all are some singers. Y’all are just like them, you’re all cops.” – A man at Sunday’s demonstration at the 4th Precinct.

On the Anniversary of Mike Brown’s Murder: 48hours in Ferguson

  • Posted on: 11 August 2015
  • By: ReWyldStL

Originally posted at ReWyld StL: http://rewyldstl.noblogs.org/post/2015/08/11/on-the-anniversary-of-mike-...

On Sunday, August 9th 2015 a small band of tight friends and down-as-fuck accomplices from all around the greater-Saint Louis area spent the day in Ferguson, MO on the one year anniversary of the murder of Michael Brown by now-former Ferguson Pig Darren Wilson. We sat down to discuss the events of August 9th &10th, 2015, twenty-four hours after a Police “state of emergency” was declared in the Saint Louis County municipality.

Mass Incarceration and Bipartisan Unity: An Anarchist Perspective

  • Posted on: 31 July 2015
  • By: worker

From Agency - by Kristina Khan

As momentum builds behind the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, I begin to wonder how much time and energy will be pulled away from the revolutionary anti-racist work of the #BlackLivesMatter movement and funnel instead into the fervent campaigning of Democratic candidates. Within the horrific, seemingly endless loss of Black lives, there has erupted a new era of racial justice work, much of it surprisingly and wonderfully radical in nature.

Free Dante Cano! The State is the Real Enemy!

  • Posted on: 12 March 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)
Free Dante!

Donate to bail Dante out of jail at: http://www.gofundme.com/ok4ksg. Dante, born in the Bay Area, is an Oakland anarchist facing a felony charge steaming from an arrest during the recent revolt in the Bay Area. We only need to raise around $1,000 so please help us out!