pic by EFF
It's my first exhibit!
Monday, February 18, 2013
My close compa Emily recent sent out this tendril of solidarity for a Salvadoran community she's close to which was recently hit hard by a hurricane.
From the first weeks of Occupy Philly an announcement for a workshop I helped pull together:
I recently helped Laura and Carlos with the tail end of installing a solar setup in Laura's media van. She uses her van as a mobile studio to do workshops and presentations on video editing with the aim of enhancing community organizing efforts around Philly. The panels will power a couple laptops and some other video gear. Check out her site: messages in motion
As organizers and activists in the city of Philadelphia, we’re excited to find ourselves caught up in this vibrant new movement.
An exciting weekend at the Germantown farm building a solar shower.
Following the election of Obama, many folks involved with a spectrum of different anti-racist work were left dumbfounded by the rise of the aggressive and often explicitly racist white Tea Party movement.
Among the most exciting of recent old friends reconnected with via facebook are my old band mates from Nine Twenty Nine from my stint in Colorado Springs.
On September 3rd police approached Askia Sabur in the doorway of a Chinese Restaurant at 55th and Landsdown where he was waiting for food.
3 prisoners who forecast their own "suicides"
by dave onion with reporting by Andalusia Knoll
It’s now been ten years since we first started publishing this paper.
The title of Angela Davis’ book Are Prisons Obsolete (2003) sounds nothing short of utopian. Here in the US, as Davis points out, prisons are integral to everyday life.
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