Durham Herald Sun: Armory vandalized by protesters claiming support for Ferguson

Durham Herald Sun: Armory vandalized by protesters claiming support for Ferguson

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(from the Durham Herald Sun)

DURHAM — On Saturday, members of the National Guard arrived at the armory off North Duke Street in Durham to find it locked and vandalized.

A group that identified its members only as “some Bull City anarchists” glued five sets of locks on the armory’s fenced lot to interrupt traffic flow and chained the front doors of the armory shut.
Officers from the Durham…

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Propaganda By the Screed! One Month Until the Carrboro Anarchist Bookfair

Propaganda By the Screed! One Month Until the Carrboro Anarchist Bookfair

cupcake@The fifth Anarchist Book Fair in Carrboro, North Carolina is right around the corner, on the weekend of November 22. In this announcement, we offer a preview of the events, presenters, and participants, along with a bevy of new promotional materials. Don’t miss this opportunity to join anarchists and other brilliant, beautiful, and courageous individuals from around the world in strategizing…

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Durham Anarchists Vandalize National Guard Armory in Solidarity with Missouri Rebels

Durham Anarchists Vandalize National Guard Armory in Solidarity with Missouri Rebels

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(reposted from anarchistnews.org)

On the morning of October 17th, the National Guard Armory in Durham was the target of vandalism intended to disrupt weekend operations at the facility.

We glued five different sets of locks in order to prevent the entry or exit of vehicles from the fenced lot, chained the front doors shut, and left a message on the brick wall on the front of…

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Against Carceral Feminism

“Prison Blueprints.” Remeike Forbes / Jacobin

From Jacobin / By Victoria Law

Relying on state violence to curb domestic violence only ends up harming the most marginalized women.

Cherie Williams, a thirty-five-year-old African-American woman in the Bronx, just wantedto protect herself from her abusive boyfriend. So she called the cops. But although New York requires police to make an arrest when responding to domestic violence calls, the…

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Former Political Prisoner Eddie Conway To Speak at UNC

Former Political Prisoner Eddie Conway To Speak at UNC

Eddie_Conway_WebWhen: Thursday, November 13th @ 7:00pm

Where: Sonja Haynes Stone Center – Auditorium

150 South Rd, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599

Marshall “Eddie” Conway was the defense minister of the Baltimore chapter of the Black Panther Party. Framed for the murder of two Baltimore police officers in 1970, he was sentenced to life in prison. While in prison, Eddie Conway earned three diplomas, started a…

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Political Prisoner Birthday Poster For October 2014 Is Now Available

Political Prisoner Birthday Poster For October 2014 Is Now Available

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Hello Friends and Comrades,

1) Here is our super duper late political prisoner birthday poster for October. As always, please post this poster publicly and/or use it to start a card writing night of your own. This month’s poster honors the life and work of Loukaniko, the Greek riot dog, who died this month following health troubles that some people believe stemmed from his repeated exposure to…

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Act Two: St. Louis Erupts After Another Police Murder

Act Two: St. Louis Erupts After Another Police Murder

This illustration is available in poster form from artist Corina Dross, to raise funds for arrestees in Ferguson.

This illustration is available in poster form from artist Corina Dross, to raise funds for arrestees in Ferguson.

The following events occurred Wednesday and Thursday of last week, prior to four days of planned peaceful protests by Left groups. In addition, on Monday night 100-150 people attempted an occupationof the QT in Shaw, South St. Louis. They were dispersed by riot police, but not before…

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The Ex-Worker #29: Anarchism in Chile, Part I

The Ex-Worker #29: Anarchism in Chile, Part I

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#29: Anarchism in Chile, Part I: From Popular Power to Social War – It’s been a busy fall here at the Ex-Worker podcast: demos, illnesses, and catastrophes of all sorts have slowed us down, but can’t stop us! Against the odds, we’ve returned with our 29th episode, the first of a two-episode series exploring anarchism in Chile. From its roots in the popular power of the Allende…

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New Project: To Change Everything

New Project: To Change Everything

From Crimethinc.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/crimethinc/to-change-everything/widget/card.html?v=2

For many months now, we’ve been hard at work on a new anarchist outreach project that picks up where Fighting for Our Lives left off—drawing on everything we’ve learned since then and updating the contents and format. Now that work is completed—we just need your help to get it into the world.

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