In the week following the murder of George Floyd by four white cops, uprisings have sprung up across america and around the world.
Loading the player… East Bay organized an Abolish ICE! event at the US Citizenship and Immigration Services building in San Francisco. Over 200 people showed up including various speakers and musicians along with representatives and members of organizations in the Bay Area. Demonstrators surrounded over half of the building which takes up an entire city… Read more »
Back in 2017, when Milo tried coming to UC Berkeley, anarchists and students rioted to have the event shut down. The message was clear: no platform for fascist discourse.
The Zapotec people of Tilzapote are fighting developers who are trying to kick them off their lands.
Le Canada est-il vraiment aussi accueillant pour les migrants qu’il prétend l’être? Dans l’ombre des frontières démonte ce mythe et, à l’aide de nombreux récits personnels de détentions, de privations de services essentiels, d’exploitation et d’expulsions, montre à quel pointla vie des personnes sans statut au Canada est marquée par la précarité
¿Canadá realmente les da la bienvenida a los migrantes de la manera en que se afirma? A través de relatos personales sobre detención, denegación de servicios esenciales, explotación laboral y deportación, En la Sombra de la Cerca cuestiona este mito y revela las dificultades que atraviesan quienes no poseen un estatus legal.
We are number 1 featuris scenes from all around the world, including South Korean protesters using a flamethrower against riot police, hand to hand combat, Molotov attacks, and even farmers in Brussels plowing police lines with a tractor, this edition has it all.
Anarchists broke off from larger demonstrations to hurl molotov cocktails outside Greece’s parliament, as lawmakers passed new austerity measures required for the country’s economic bailout.
On Wednesday 17 May 2017 thousands of people joined the general strike protests all over Greece, against the new harsh financial measures of 4.9 billion euros incorporated in the 4th Memorandum signed by the greek government, aimed once again against the lower income classes rather, than the banks and the wealthy.