A white cop can shoot a black kid three times in the back and get away with it.
This is an incomplete list of autonomous actions taken in solidarity with the (inter)national prison strike. It is comprised of several anonymous photo submissions and brief report-backs, all of which were sent in to Filler prior to the strike’s start on August 21st.
Sometime after midnight on Saturday, August 18th, a dozen or so anarchists rolled up on a Skull Fest (it’s a punk fest) show with a sound system, flags, banners, and goodie bags full of road flares, black masks, and pamphlets about the National Prison Strike.
The Torchlight crew outlines some notes, critiques, and considerations that may be relevant to local anarchists.
Torchlight received the following reportback from an anarchist who attended the first rally for Antwon Rose on Wednesday evening. There was also a larger rally and march Thursday night that blocked Parkway East for over five hours. The reportback has been lightly edited for spelling and grammar, but is otherwise unchanged.
Anonymous submission received 6.12.18 // As we move forward as a city, balancing anger with grief, we search for new ways to support each other, new ways to know each other, and new ways to tear this modern day the fuck down.
Action report from the Fight Toxic Prisons convergence held in Pittsburgh.
The third annual Fight Toxic Prisons Convergence will take place in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania from June 8-11th.
Early Sunday morning, February 11th, Mark Daniels, a black man of the Homewood neighborhood of Pittsburgh, was killed by police.
We have a message for Officer Jacobs, for every Pittsburgh cop who thinks being the law makes you above the law: You have names and addresses, just like us.
We will continue to answer the calls to fight in Scout’s memory. ACAB FOREVER