subMedia Shorts

Our collection of short news segments, riot porn mash-ups, action recaps, front-line reportbacks, hot takes, and calls for support – all optimized for social media attention spans.

Mapuches Still Resisting in Chile

In a march commemorating the ninth anniversary of the murder of indigenous Mapuche activist Matias Catrileo, shot in the back by police, protesters stormed the financial district of Santiago, Chile.

Defend the Hood

In 2016, numerous attacks were launched at symbols of gentrification in some Montreal neighborhoods. We wanted to give the people involved a place to share their point of view.

How to Burn an American Flag

In light of Trump’s tweet stating that flag burning should be criminalized, we give you a step by step on how to properly torch the stars and stripes.

Montreal: Antifa Shut Down Racist Metal Concert

On Saturday November 26 a coalition of anti-fascists, blocked the entrance of the Plaza Theatre, a venue that was hosting the white power metal band Graveland.

#NODAPL: Battle at the End of the World

Watching the footage of the police attack against water protectors from last Sunday conjured images of the apocalypse.

People Block Train in Solidarity With #NoDAPL

Around a dozen people shut down the train tracks in Montreal on Tuesday, as a motion of solidarity with the Indigenous-led struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Women Lock Down TransNord Pipeline

Women concerned about the threat to potable water are currently blocking access to a valve on a pipeline that has been condemned by two dissenting members of the National Energy Board (NEB).

#DisruptJ20

Video call out for the disruption of Trump’s inauguration.

Montreal #NoDAPL Solidarity

Over a thousand people invade the streets of Montreal to stand with Standing Rock.

Gentrification is Scary

On Halloween night a crew of 100 peeps in costumes marched against gentrification in the Montreal neighborhood of Hochelaga.

#NoDAPL: War on Water

As the Dakota Access Pipeline reaches the Missouri river Warriors and Water Protectors built a bridge so that they can block construction on the other side of the river.

Oil Pipelines Are Easy to Shut Down

In less than a year seven oil pipelines in the US and Canada have been shutdown by climate activists, costing oil companies millions. Here’s how they did it.

Activists Shut Down All Tar Sands Pipelines to the USA

Five activists shut down ALL TAR SANDS PIPELINES entering the USA.

Facing Off the Death Machines

The fight for some of the last remaining old growth forest in the Sunshine Coast, Shishalh and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh territory, is heating up!.

Standing Rock Continues

Despite a massive militarized police mobilization, the Sacred Stone camp continues to disrupt the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Ceasing to Be Slaves: US Prison Strike in Its Third Week

A brief update on the historic nation-wide prison strike, launched by US inmates on September 9th.

Indigenous Anti-Tar Sands Alliance

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.

Paris Cops on Fire

People in the French Capital, rioted for the 6th straight month and attacked police with Molotov cocktails, setting several of them on fire.

Community Self-Defense Athens Style

The fascist party, L.E.P.E.N, was gearing up to open its doors the same day that rapper Killah P was murdered by neo-nazis. A crew of comrades went to the new L.E.P.E.N. HQ and demolished it.

Montreal’s Anti-Pipeline Resistance

An anti-pipeline disruption of the meetings of the National Energy Board which seeks to approve a project that aims to transport oil from Alberta to the East Coast.

Anti-Colonial Revolts in Puerto Rico

People in the US territory, clashed with state police, in an attempt to shut down, the first PROMESA talks.