On the day before the Unite the Right 2 march in Charlottesville, VA, the state’s governor has declared a state of emergency, and the city has been placed on full lock-down. Video ninja Jake Westly Anderson provides a quick view at a city on kinfe’s edge. Check in tomorrow for a full video report on… Read more »
Video Ninja Jake Westly Anderson went to Portland on August 4th, to cover the confrontation between anti-fascists and Patriot Prayer and filed this report
Rob Turner, project manager at Alton Gas, dropped by the camp for “maintenance” work. Not only, does he fail to acknowledge that this site is located on unceded Mi’kmaq territory, but he also implies that the Nova Scotia premiere should have authority on this stolen land.
After cops murdered 22 year old Aboubakar Fofana during a traffic stop, people struck back against city officials and cops. They burned down shops, cars, and a cop shop among other things. The cop who shot Aboubakar changed his version of the story from a self-defense shooting to an accidental shot.
On July 3rd, tenants from the Stoney Creek Towers were dragged before the Landlord & Tenant Board, as their landlords were trying to force them to pay rent.
Le 1er juillet, le groupe d’extrême droite La Meute avait prévu de tenir sa “plus grande et meilleure manif” à Montréal. Des antifascistes les ont encerclés et empêchés de marcher en les gardant coincés entre deux coins de rue.
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 block, linked arms,… Read more »
On July 1st, far right group La Meute planned to hold their “largest and best rally ever” in Montreal. Anti-fascists outnumbered them, surrounded them, and prevented them from marching by keeping them confined to a single block.
On Friday June 15th, striking tenants from the Stoney Creek Towers traveled to Bay Street, Toronto’s financial district to pay a visit to the head offices of their landlord’s largest investor.