In light of the unprecedented raids on “anarchist” houses in North Portland we couldn’t help but be reminded of a video we made when Portland City Council was involved in inviting these nefarious characters back into our back yards: Here’s the deets from Daily Kos. Thu Jul 26, 2012 at 10:57 PM PDT Torture without Read more about “Terroristic” Political Witch Hunts Continues for “Anarchists” in North Portland and Beyond[…]
Watch the #noNATO protests live on http://www.livestream.com/chicagoindymedia Watch live streaming video from chicagoindymedia at livestream.com
People in over 80 cities across the US participated in creative and direct actions against corporations that benefit from their relation to the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a shadowy “non-profit” that buddies up state legislators with the biggest business interests in the world. In Portland over a thousand people braved the freezing sideways rain Read more about Smart ALEC: Portland F29 Day of Action[…]
The world is now smarter about ALEC. Thousands of people in 80+ in the US and many more abroad gathered to shed light on the shadowy American Legislative Exchange Council and their destructive involvement in communities around the world. #F29 marks the most coordinated global occupy action to date.
The shadowy American Legislative Exchange Council has been forced into the limelight today as thousands of people from Portland to Mexico City, to New York and Spain take part in protests against this destructive and un-democratic body. Watch Portland’s live stream here: Watch live streaming video from occupyptown at livestream.com
Implementing their own direct democracy, not just voting for politicians.
Recognizing women, men, and youth as equal leaders, not just constituencies.
Planting crops to feed Hondurans, not just for export.
So you’ve heard about Seattle and the WTO but have you heard about ALEC?
Portland’s Fast Rattler brings you the bangin’ new cult classic Occupy anthem “Take It To The Streets”. Words were written in part by Utah Phillips and sung by Bodhi Busick.
Debt: the first 5000 years is a book by anthropologist and anarchist activist David Graeber published in 2011. Graeber analyzes the function of debt in human history. He traces the history of debt from ancient civilizations to our modern-day economic crises, arguing that debt has often driven revolutions and social and political changes.
The Juice delivers!