In police body-camera footage obtained by Democracy in Crisis, the scene in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 20, 2017 shows the war zone the US really is right now.
Anarchists in Greece smash one of Europe’s most expensive shopping district in retaliation to the harsh and unjust prison sentence imposed on a comrade.
Fire extinguishers filled with paint have been useful to anarchists in Montreal fighting gentrification, surveillance, and most recently, colonial advertising.
In this episode of Trouble, we interview a number of individuals engaged in legal defence and prisoner solidarity, and look at some of the ways we can begin to build movements that are more resilient in the face of state repression.
Close to a thousand people turned out in Seattle on June 10th, to counter protest and “Anti-Sharia” rally called by ‘Act for America,’ the largest anti-Muslim organization in the US, dwarfing their small numbers.
On June 4th anti-fascists in Portland stood against hate and opposed a rally by far right group ‘Patriot Prayer’.
For 13 years, anarchists and environmentalists have observed June 11 as a day of action to mobilize around our imprisoned comrades.
Northeastern British Columbia has experienced a boom in gas extraction in the last few years and the territory is fragmented by wells, waste water ponds and pipelines. “I came up here with my son in search of berries but now I cry every time I...
With already two dams and thousands of gas wells, the territory around the West Moberly Lake is no longer available for traditional activities: First Nations can no longer practice their culture and are living in a new form of segregation.