Solidarity

Iraqi Refugee Rescues Woman From German Garbage Truck

The festival was coming to a close, with crowds celebrating in hot summer weather and market stalls preparing to shut down, when the apparently unprecedented happened: A municipal garbage collection truck working its way down a hillside close to a medieval city centre experienced a brake failure, escaped the control of clean-up personnel collecting remainders outside thereof, and slowly pushed into the crowd with no one at the wheel. Being powered by gravitation only, people quickly opened up a corridor for the vehicle to crash into a car park, and it seemed as if no one was endangered, when a street island made it change its way and put it on collision course with a ticket booth.

(A-Radio) Interview: Week of solidarity with anarchist prisoners August 2015

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we talked with a prisoner support activist about the upcoming Week of solidarity with anarchist prisoners, who is promoting it and what it is about. For security reasons, this interview has been re-recorded using our own voices.

Call Out for Mass Indefinite Occupation

Following the non-indictment of Officer Darren Wilson in the brutal murder of Michael Brown, and the non-indictment of officer Daniel Pantaleo in the filmed strangulation of Eric Garner, we are announcing a mass indefinite occupation of Woodruff Park this Saturday, December 6, at 7pm.

We have been spat in the face. We know that others share this grief and rage with us. We are calling for everyone to join us in a mass experiment involving taking space, coordinating resources, and sharing ideas to continue the fight against this present disaster. The fight against police violence cannot be allowed to slowly wither away. For this reason, we think it is necessary to create a space for continuous organizing and we believe an occupation can provide this.

We stand in solidarity with rebels in Ferguson, New York City, Mexico and everywhere else fighting against police violence.

12/2 An Incomplete Timeline of the Struggle So Far

From https://atlfergusonsolidarity.wordpress.com/

On November 24th 2014, the prosecutor’s office of St. Louis County, MO announced that it would not indict police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown. Immediately, the self-organized struggle against the police in Ferguson, MO and around the country took to the streets. The Ferguson skyline filled with smoke as thousands rampaged through the suburban streets and blocked the highways. In Oakland, CA hundreds burned trash bins, clashed with police, and marched onto the highway. In New York, demonstrators blocked the Brooklyn, Triboroughs, and Verazano bridges. This was only the beginning of what has become a nationwide composition, echoing back and forth from city to city in a pulsing rhythm of rebellion and refusal.

IT'S ON: NO INDICTMENT FOR DARREN WILSON

NO INDICTMENT FOR DARREN WILSON IN MICHAEL BROWN SHOOTING

IT'S ON.

WOODRUFF PARK, 7PM
NOVEMBER 25TH

SOLIDARITY WITHOUT BORDERS: WE ARE ALL AYOTZINAPA

Date/Time: 
Wed, 11/19/2014 - 8:00am - 4:00pm
Location: 
Mexican Consulate
1700 Chantilly DR NE ATLANTA, GA 30324
Atlanta, GA
United States

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ATL Solidarity with Ft. Lauderdale Food Not Bombs

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To all the people in Ft. Lauderdale who are being jailed for sharing food with hungry people: we are with you.  To homeless people all over who are jailed for being poor: we are with you.  In Atlanta we have also been harassed and arrested for standing with homeless people and against greed and repression.  We will not stop, and we know you won't either.  When the law tries to break us, we break the law!

- Atlanta Food Not Bombs

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