solidarity

Sydney, Australia: Solidarity Action at Indonesian Embassy for Yogyakarta Anarchists

  • Posted on: 30 August 2018
  • By: Anarchist_BC

Link: https://palanghitam.noblogs.org/international-solidarity-week-of-anarchi...

In the context of the annual week of solidarity with anarchist prisoners, some anarchists in Sydney visited the Indonesian consulate in Maroubra on Thursday the 23rd of August.

Indonesia: Resistance of Taman Sari residents about Eviction and information on conflicts area

  • Posted on: 29 August 2018
  • By: Anarchist_BC

At present, Taman Sari residents are facing evictions carried out by the Bandung city government. Previously there were clashes which caused one backhoe to be burned by residents and students of Bandung. The clash resumed in front of the Bandung Mayor's Office, between a mass of activists and police who were repressive towards demonstrators. A third warning letter has been issued and the final eviction was announced to be held today, Monday, August 27, 2018. Anti-authoritarian activist and citizen are building barricades and gathering as many mobs as possible.

New Zine: Starting an Anarchist Black Cross – A Guide

  • Posted on: 7 July 2018
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

The Anarchist Black Cross is an international network of anarchist groups and individuals engaged in practical solidarity with prisoners and broader anti-repression struggles that started over 100 years ago.

This zine is a resource for anyone wanting to start an Anarchist Black Cross group. It was a collective effort of people from various ABC groups across Europe. We hope you find it inspiring and useful.

Indonesia: Update on the Anarchist Prisoners in Yogyakarta

  • Posted on: 4 July 2018
  • By: Anarchist_BC

As of May 1st, 2018 to today (July 4th, 2018), the anarchist prisoners in Yogyakarta have still not faced court proceedings. Information received is that the anarchist prisoners should have been transferred to Cebongan Prison in Sleman on June 29th, 2018, as the prosecutor's office has been holding them in Yogyakarta police station (Polda Yogyakarta) since May 1st for the investigation process. However, the planned transfer was cancelled and the period of detention at Polda Yogyakarta has been extended until July 30th, 2018 on the grounds of further investigation. Our prediction is the extended investigation process is due to this case being politicized, it's evident by the many opinions that appear on the surface that the May 1st action was an act of opposition against the government.

Fundraising: Total Solidarity T-shirt for Anarchist prisoners in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

  • Posted on: 30 June 2018
  • By: Anarchist_BC

We from Indonesian Anarchist Black Cross sell t-shirts for fundraising "Prisons Are For Burning". The proceeds of this sale will be used in legal and medical work of the Black Cross, especially helping anarchist prisoners in Yogyakarta who were arrested during Mayday action when raising the rejection issue of New Yogyakarta International Airport (NYIA) and anti-Sultan Ground / Pakualaman Ground and feudalism-monarchy society.

TFSR: Voices from the Balkan Route, Rojava and the ZAD (Radio Klaxon)

  • Posted on: 26 June 2018
  • By: Bursts

This week on The Final Straw, we’re airing three international segments covering anarchist perspectives from the Rojava Revolution in Northern Syria, voices from the pirate radio, Radio Klaxon on the ZAD, a land occupation in western France, and refugee solidarity and struggle in on the border of Croatia and Bosnia in the Balkans.

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Letter from Cedar on Conspiracy Charges, the Barton Jail, and Solidarity

  • Posted on: 29 May 2018
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

First of all, thanks so much for all the gestures of support and solidarity. Dealing with charges and incarceration is hard, but it makes a huge difference to know that people have your back and understand these attacks by the state in the context of larger struggles for freedom and autonomy. As anarchists, we have a long history of facing repression bravely, and when I feel sad or scared, I think of the toothless grin of Bakunin in Siberia, or the defiant tilt of Louise Michel’s chin as she confronted her judges, or the countless others since those days who have refused to let the violence of the state force them to abandon their ideas and integrity.

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