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. […]

New Bail and Legal Fund Established

New Bail and Legal Fund Established

A new bail and legal fund has been established to support the people who have been arrested during the anti-police demonstrations in Ferguson, Mo. The other account had to be closed for tax reasons, but a new account has been quickly set up. Please spread the word widely and help us get some money together […]

An Eye for an Eye Makes Our Masters Blind: One Account of Last Night's Anti-Police Riot

An Eye for an Eye Makes Our Masters Blind: One Account of Last Night’s Anti-Police Riot

“City—fuck ‘em Narcotics—fuck ‘em Feds—fuck ‘em D.A.—fuck ‘em”   On the afternoon of Saturday, August 9th, 2014 an 18 year old, unarmed teenager named Mike “Mike Mike” Brown was murdered by a Ferguson Police Department cop. He was shot in the back and the head, as he knelt on the street with his hands in […]

Bail and Legal Fund for Those Arrested During Ferguson Anti-Police Demonstrations

Bail and Legal Fund for Those Arrested During Ferguson Anti-Police Demonstrations

 A bail and legal fund has been established to support the 43 or so people who have been arrested during the anti-police demonstrations in Ferguson, Mo.  Please spread the word widely and help us get some money together to get these people out.Also, we are looking for information on who was arrested so we can […]

A RUDE INTRODUCTION  TO C0MpUTER SECURITY

A RUDE INTRODUCTION TO C0MpUTER SECURITY

//:2PM///:sATURDAY//:jULY26//:@bLACK.bEAR.bAKERY In this workshop we’ll discuss some concepts and philosophy of security followed by a basic introduction on how use TAILS (moar infos tails.boum.org) This workshop will be geared toward radicals for the purposes of combatting and evading repression. Things to bring: A laptop if you have one and a flash drive if you have […]

A DISGUSTING SIGN MADE BEAUTIFUL: Thoughts on panhandling, homelessness and the city and media's response to recent vandalism.

A DISGUSTING SIGN MADE BEAUTIFUL: Thoughts on panhandling, homelessness and the city and media’s response to recent vandalism.

Over the last week or so, stickers have appeared around town defacing anti-panhandling signs. They’ve brought the issues of panhandling, the city’s treatment of the homeless and vandalism back into people’s mouths. The media, the city and managers of the homeless have responded with predictable outrage and disappointment (hoping others will as well): “How could […]

Missouri Prison Newsletter #5

Missouri Prison Newsletter #5

Issue #5, May-June 2014 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. It contains history of local prison rebellions, poetry, excerpts from zines available through the associated zine distro, and original content directed toward building affinity with those inside, […]

A View of Climate Change and Student Debt from the Sit-in at Washington University

A View of Climate Change and Student Debt from the Sit-in at Washington University

The student sit-in at Washington University challenging Peabody Energy’s presence there is now over after 17 days. In the five-and-a-half years as a chemical engineering graduate student that I spent at that university there is nothing that I can compare the sit-in to. As a continuation of years of ongoing work that preceded it around […]