The Ohio Valley Environmental Resistance (OVER), a land defense group based in southwestern Pennsylvania, returned to the house of Rich Fitzgerald, the Allegheny County Executive, to confront him about his response to a letter that OVER recently sent to him, demanding that he rescind his support of fracking and the petrochemical industry.
PITTSBURGH: Building Capacity Steadily (Report-Back from 04.17)
Report-back from an autonomous action that took place on 04.17.21 in Pittsburgh, PA.
PITTSBURGH: Anti-Fracking Noise Demo at Rich Fitzgerald’s Home
On Sunday March 14th in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, the Ohio Valley Environmental Resistance with the help of several affinity groups held a noise demo outside the home of Allegheny County Executive Richard “Fitz” Fitzgerald to protest his support of the petrochemical industry in Southwestern PA.
NLG Pittsburgh Protest Felony Defense Fund
The National Lawyers Guild of Pittsburgh is hosting this fundraiser to provide badly needed financial support to protesters in our city who are being charged and in some cases held in the Allegheny County Jail on unsubstantiated felony charges.
An Annotated Response to Peduto’s “Equity Action In Pittsburgh”
An annotated response to “Equity Action In Pittsburgh” [an official press release from Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto’s government].
This is What Happens When We Stop Rioting || TORCHLIGHT PGH
A local anarchist who has recently been involved in legal support sent us this compendium of repressive activities by law enforcement. It has been edited for spelling and grammar, and supporting links added, but is otherwise unchanged.
An Open Letter to ‘Pittsburgh I Can’t Breathe’
Anonymous submission received on 07.14.20 || “Fred Hampton said that we fight racism with solidarity, and it is in the spirit of solidarity that I write this message.”
PITTSBURGH: Justice for Elijah Brewer?
On the night of March 5th, the Pittsburgh police murdered Elijah Brewer, a 25 year-old black man from Mt. Oliver. There were no protests, no hashtags… most of Pittsburgh didn’t even seem to notice. But why?
Who is the Gender Abolitionist?
Representation is dreadfully incapable of telling the gender abolitionist who can be called a friend.