In our first episode of Trouble of 2019 we look at the institution we love to hate, the cops.
Indigenous community resisting pipelines in Canada faces forcible removal by federal police
On January 20th, 2017, Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America. Following his inaugural address, as the upper echelons of the American political establishment mingled on the National Mall, several blocks away, a riot was breaking out. A black bloc several hundred strong was wreaking havoc on the streets.
Trouble # 15: And You Don’t Stop – our 35-minute love letter to radical hip hop
Burning Cop Car is back to warm up your fall, and give you some radical beats to get in shape and stay in the fight.
This week on TFN we give you a peek into what could become Klanada’s Standing Rock and bring you updates from political prisoners in the United Snakes and Greece.
BCC #14 – Rap against gentrification
Settler colonial entitlement in Klanada is a huge muthafuckin problem. Whether it’s pretty boy Trudeau thinking he can just fuck up the land for funzies and skrillah, or Faith “i’m not a nazi but here’s the 14 words” Goldy thinking she can defend imaginary lines from refugees, these dirtbags gotta be stopped.
In this month’s Trouble, sub.Media talks to comrades in Montreal, the Bay Area and Berlin to see how people in these cities are fighting back on attacks on their communities by developers, real estate speculators and the tech industry.