We’ve Discovered White People! First Communique from SLU

From OccupySloo We’ve Discovered White People! the first communique from the occupation of Saint Louis University Five hundred twenty two years ago, the great Christopher Columbus discovered a New World. Monday, on the day we all celebrated the daring achievements of that fearless explorer, we too discovered a new world: the world of white people. […]

Act Two: St. Louis Erupts After Another Police Murder

Act Two: St. Louis Erupts After Another Police Murder

Just after dusk on Wednesday night in St. Louis, a cop killed 18 year-old Vonderitt “Drew” Myers. This is the third incident of cops killing black men in two months – sadly this is not above average. What is above average, though, is people’s response to it. Like Mike Brown, there has been debate about […]

Kansas City: Anarchist comrade Eric G. King arrested for alleged incendiary attack on Representative office

From 325 The following is a report from the capitalist media. Comrades are in the process of contacting Eric and setting up support. More information will come as it becomes available. His address at the moment is: Eric King 27090045 CCA Leavenworth 100 Highway Terrace Leavenworth, KS 66048 USA – Charges have been filed in […]

A Timeline of the Ferguson Uprising

A Timeline of the Ferguson Uprising

Saturday 8/9/14 – Michael Brown is shot and killed by police officer Darren Wilson. Brown was walking home from a convenience store to his grandma’s house, when the officer stopped him for jaywalking and a scuffle ensued. Witnesses say that the officer shot Brown as he fled with his hands up in surrender. A crowd […]

Accomplices Wanted: A few notes on race, legitimacy, and solidarity with the struggle in Ferguson

Accomplices Wanted: A few notes on race, legitimacy, and solidarity with the struggle in Ferguson

From Prison Books Collective On August 9th, a white police officer murdered an unarmed Black teenager named Michael Brown (“Mike-Mike”) on the streets of Ferguson, MO, a couple miles north of St. Louis. Nothing about this was abnormal or newsworthy in any way; it was simply another reminder of the cheapness of poor Black life […]

Missouri Prison Newsletter #6--Ferguson

Missouri Prison Newsletter #6–Ferguson

Issue #6, September-October 2014–Ferguson The Missouri Prison Newsletter is distributed to (about 150) people in prisons across the U.S., but focusing on those incarcerated in Missouri and Illinois. This issue focuses specifically on the recent uprisings in Ferguson, MO, and contains original personal accounts of the riots, analysis and a timeline of the uprisings as […]

October 2012, Notre dames des Landes, France.

Support from the ZAD in Notre-Dame-Des-Landes to Ferguson

The following is a statement of support from the ZAD (Zone À Défendre, the  zone to be defended) to those fighting back in Ferguson. The ZAD is “an ongoing occupation in countryside close to Nantes in France which according to the decision-makers should make way for an international aiport.”  Texts and annoucements from the ZAD […]

A Zine, Some Posters, and Two Interviews

A Zine, Some Posters, and Two Interviews

New poster to raise money for those arrested in Ferguson. From Corina Dross A new poster, by artist Corina Dross, about the uprisings in Ferguson is being sold to raise money for the bail and legal fund for those arrested. A Zine and Two posters from Ferguson and Further From Ferguson and Further Also, a […]

Ferguson. Over one week in.

Ferguson. Over one week in.

What began as a protest movement after 10 days of sustained defiance, has taken a couple shaky steps towards revolt. The situation here is still fluid and ripe with potential. Locally, people are surprised that similar unrest hasn’t sparked off in other cities. If it were to spread, the scope here would likely widen. It’s […]

Let Us Not Become Police, Let Us Not Become Sheep

Let Us Not Become Police, Let Us Not Become Sheep

1. What happened to Mike Brown is a tragedy that can’t be put into words. A less spoken tragedy is that it’s the day to day reality for so many of us–especially those of us who are young, who are people of color, who don’t fit the cops’ idea of an acceptable, law abiding citizen. […]