“I came out here for a protest, what the hell is this?” It was bureaucratic bullshit and an amazing example of imposed hierarchies thwarting the ability and power of natural, collectivized direct action.
Banner dropped in solidarity with the ACJ noise demo arrestees and Dane Powell.
ACJ is Pittsburgh’s segment of the modern day slave plantation, murdering people while profiting the state.
Pittsburgh anarchists held a march in solidarity with anarchist prisoners on June 11th, 2017.
In 2008 Daniel went to prison for committing over $713,000 in 79 instances of property damage stemming largely from a graffiti campaign targeting the rapidly gentrifying East Liberty neighborhood where he lived.
Early in the morning of February 6th, Pittsburgh squatters dropped a banner in solidarity with the anti-fascist, anti-capitalist squatters of ANAL.
We could go on again about how the lines have been drawn, but this is obvious every time they are crossed or redrawn. It has never been about who has the right ideas or comes from the right background, revolution can only be made by those who revolt!
Late last night, around a thousand Pitt students and Pittsburghers flooded into the streets.
We know the buildings and spaces these people occupy. We know the property they own and the institutions they maintain. So we propose, what if it is time to go on attack?
What’s the purpose of free speech, if not to foster a world free from oppression? Fascists oppose this vision; thus we oppose fascism by any means necessary.
Received on 9.27.16 Click Here for a print-ready zine On Thursday, September 23rd, around 30-40 people (and probably just as many pigs) turned out for a last-minute action in solidarity with the uprising in Charlotte. The first chain text went out the night before, and a facebook event popped up shortly afterwords. In hindsight, making a facebook event…
Originally posted to It’s Going Down on 9/10/16 On Tuesday 9/6, kids with the autonomous student network chalked the University of Pittsburgh campus police station with messages of solidarity with the prison strikers and anti-police slogans. On Wednesday 9/7, 12 or so people from Pittsburgh Anarchist Black Cross and the Pittsburgh Student Solidarity Coalition brought…