<table><tr><td>ATHENS, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Groups of anarchists broke windows, threw paint and spray-painted slogans at French cultural institutes in Athens and northern Greece in support of rioters in France, Greek police said on Friday.
<table><tr><td>This statement is from <a href="http://organicCollective.org">the o.r.g.a.n.i.c. collective</a>.
The o.r.g.a.n.i.c. collective wishes to extend our feelings of solidarity to the rebels of the migrant communities of France. It is clear to us that the recent uprising which has spread across the country is a reaction against years of bitter racism that has ruined countless lives as well as a reaction against racist immigration policies based on that racism.
<table><tr><td>Third meeting to discuss further a structure proposal for a local Anarchist
organization Tuesday, Nov 15th, 7pm. A fairly concrete rough draft has been
drawn up, and can be viewed below.
General Union Of Anarchist Collectives, NYC (GUAC) or General Union of Autonomist Groups (GUAG) or NYC Alliance of Anarchists or "George Clooney Fan Club" (GCFC)
<table><tr><td><p>Thursday, November 17, 2005 (7:00-9:00 PM)
Student Union Buuilding (Upper level/Room 208)
City College of San Francisco
50 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco
[See campus map on the CCSF website.]</p>
The Anarchist Library, in collaboration with three other CCSF clubs: Cafe Musee, Historia and the Hot Rod Conversion Club, invites you to a presentation on the Spanish Civil War.<br><br>
<table><tr><td>Are you tired of marching in circles, holding prefabricated signs for some giant organization jockeying for power, and listening to dozens of speakers telling you what you believe?
Are you sickened and disgusted by the daily reports of men, women, and children being murdered, imprisoned, and tortured by the US military in this War on Terror?
<table><tr><td><em>to benefit Rob Thaxton's release from a 7 year prison sentence</em>
Confrontation â€” A Vancouver Anarchist Newsletter
Rebellion is Contagious â€” The Uprising in France
Monday, Nov. 7th, 2005â€”For eleven nights in a row, beginning on October 27th, Paris has burned in a rebellion of the poor against the police and the rich. It started in the Clichy-sous-Bois neighborhood after two young men of African backgrounds fled from the police and were electrocuted to death after climbing into a power substation.
<table><tr><td><em>This report was sent to me by Rich of the organic collective. He'll be returning from Chiapas in a few weeks and we will be organizing a movie night and 3 reports from Chiapas. </em>