Despite a massive militarized police mobilization, the Sacred Stone camp continues to disrupt the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline
A brief update on the historic nation-wide prison strike, launched by US inmates on September 9th.
Over 50 indigenous communities in the US and Canada, signed a historic pact to stop the expansion of Canada’s Tar Sands oil extraction project.
People in the French Capital, rioted for the 6th straight month and attacked police with Molotov cocktails, setting several of them on fire.
The fascist political party L.E.P.E.N. was gearing up to open its doors on September 18th, the same day that Antifa rapper Killah P was murdered by neo-nazis. A large crew of Antifa comrades went to the new L.E.P.E.N. HQ and demolished it.
A week of Anti-Pipeline resistance kicked off with a disruption of the meetings of the National Energy Board which seeks to approve the Energy East Pipeline, a project that aims to transport oil from Alberta’s Tar Sands to the East Coast.
People in the US territory, clashed with state police, in an attempt to shut down, the first PROMESA talks.
According to a communique, people broke into the Lichty Mink Fur Farm, and opened the tiny cages where hundreds of minks were confined, setting them free.
Confrontations between the salmon feedlot industry and indigenous communities continue to escalate.