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Red and Anarchist Skinheads (RASH) and Montreal Sisterhood, made a graffiti in solidarity with a comrade in Marseille, France, who was stabbed by two fascists in late March.
Herman Wallace and Robert King, Albert Woodfox were part of a group known as the Angola 3, three African-American men sent to prison in 1971 in one of the most violent detention facilities in the United States. Members of the Black Panthers, they fought to defend prisoners’ rights while inside.
Anarchists are returning once again to the stage of history and the front page of the daily paper. Neither voting nor protest has worked; the popular imagination is shifting towards confrontation.
Trouble, a brand-new monthly show offering an in-depth anarchist analysis of current struggles, tactics and movement dynamics.
The first episode of Trouble, looks beyond the mainstream narratives surrounding the Standing Rock encampment to get a better understanding of some of the camp’s overlooked dynamics, including serious disagreements over which tactics to use to best stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL).
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An interview with Mohawk warrior Clifton Nicholas, about the warrior society and their role in the “Oka Crisis”.
A report back from Montreal 21st annual march against police brutality.