On march 15th, people converged in Montréal to denounce police brutality. On that same day, police from all over Canada came to the Quebec city to observe the Montreal police’s crowd control techniques.
Two years after the Egyptian revolution, Mosireen, a radical media collective based in Cairo, drops an incendiary visual manifesto that asks the question… “why riot?”
A video from 2004, where Jeremy Hammond delivered an impassioned talk about Electronic Civil Disobedience.
Deepan Budlakoti is an Ottawa born man who is now facing deportation to India, a country where he has never lived, has no family and where he is not even a citizen.
Grassroots land defenders in Minnesota kicked it up a notch, by fencing off an area used by Enbridge, a Canadian oil pipeline company, to stop them from transporting filthy tar sands oil through the traditional territory of the Red Lake Nations.
Enbridge Energy LP has been trespassing on Red Lake Nations Ceded lands in Minnesota by operating multiple pipelines without an easement.
Enbridge’s Line 9 is set to transport Tar Sands bitumen to the east coast of so called Canada. This short video gives an overview of this fossil fuel transport infrastructure project.
On January 7th 2013, over a hundred people stormed the offices of TransCanada, the proponents of the Keystone XL pipeline, that if built would bring dirty tar sands oil from Alberta, Canada to refineries in Texas.
A short clip from an interview conducted with Audrey Goodfriend in 2011 for a still incomplete documentary on anarchism.