Sam Menefee-Libey of the DC Legal Posse, offers an overview of the J20 case to date and answers questions about the political significance of the case and its place in the broader fight against state repression.
The Greek tragedy, economic blackmail and democratic treason, the impact of the refugee crisis and a visit to Exarchia, Athens’ Arnarchist hood.
Families stop for a coffee or a soup during the berry season; hunters pass through and leave something for the community: at Madii Lii camp everyone is welcome to take part in the activities organized for children and young people, because this spot on the Suskwa River is becoming a kind of school in the traditional territory of the Gitxsan.
Close to a thousand people turned out in Seattle on June 10th, to counter protest and “Anti-Sharia” rally called by ‘Act for America,’ the largest anti-Muslim organization in the US, dwarfing their small numbers.
On June 4th anti-fascists in Portland stood against hate and opposed a rally by far right group ‘Patriot Prayer’.
For 13 years, anarchists and environmentalists have observed June 11 as a day of action to mobilize around our imprisoned comrades.
Treaties signed with the Crown are not respected, that’s why Blueberry First Nation is suing the Province and the Federal Government for “accumulative impact” of resource extraction. This is the first time ever that such a case arrives to be discussed in court.
In the summer of 2011, Nadir Bouhmouch, a Moroccan student studying abroad in California returns to his home country and finds it in a state of turmoil. The uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt had spread to Morocco.
Northeastern British Columbia has experienced a boom in gas extraction in the last few years and the territory is fragmented by wells, waste water ponds and pipelines. “I came up here with my son in search of berries but now I cry every time I see all this”, says Chief Roland Willson.