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Tuesday News: April 30, 2013

Tomorrow’s May Day! To show solidarity with working class and immigrants’ struggles, folks will rally and march through downtown. The Oregon House yesterday passed two laws specifically targeting those who protest logging: the first would make it a crime specifically to do so, and the second would make protesters liable to be sued for damages … Continue reading

Monday News: April 29, 2013

There will be an emergency meeting tonight in Olympia, discussing last week’s efforts by the FBI to fan out, contact, and harass radicals in the northwest. On April 25, 3,000 Greek anarchists marched through Athens in solidarity with the shuttered Athens Indymedia. The Greek government ordered Athens Polytechnic University, which maintained the site’s server, to … Continue reading

Friday News: April 26, 2013

Federal agents with the FBI were lurking around in Seattle and Olympia, Washington yesterday, asking about particular people, showing up at schools, workplaces, and homes of those they were harassing. They can still fuck right off. Anarchists in Montreal, Quebec smashed up four banks in support of those being targeted in the Pacific Northwest. A … Continue reading

Multiple houses in Olympia and Seattle visited by the FBI this morning

From the Committee Against Political Repression: Multiple houses in Olympia and Seattle visited by the FBI this morning. At least 2 houses in Olympia and 2 in Seattle were visited this morning by the FBI, looking for a few different people. At least one of the people is being sought because the FBI wants to … Continue reading

Thursday News: April 25, 2013

A Spokane police officer has been charged with lying to investigators about the 2006 beating death of a mentally disabled man in custody. Officer Timothy Moses will resign from the police force and have his charges lodged in municipal court in a plea to avoid federal prosecution. In Otto Zehm’s killing, officer Karl Thompson, who … Continue reading

Statement from the Radicle: One Year of Anarchy!

This article appeared in the April 2013 print edition of the Portland Radicle. Dearest Readers,   It’s a pleasure to speak to you. We don’t usually, as space is limited and we prefer that our work speak for itself. But it’s our anniversary! It has been one year since the first Radicle hit the streets. … Continue reading

Wednesday News: April 25, 2013

The management of KBOO, Portland’s community radio station, is on the verge of firing long-time staff in an effort to completely reorganize the station. The station’s manager, Lynn Fitch, has repeatedly ignored staff’s attempt to organize with a union. A special KBOO membership meeting has been called for May 4, when staff hopes membership can … Continue reading

A Dispatch from the Anti-Capitalist General Assembly

by Culture of Resistance This article appeared in the April 2013 print edition of the Portland Radicle. March 16th marked the first of what we hope will be many gatherings in an effort to facilitate communication, networking, and solidarity among local anti-capitalists. Our common efforts demand coordinated strategies and efforts, and it is with this … Continue reading

Law and Disorder 2013

This article appeared in the April 2013 print edition of the Portland Radicle. We are excited to announce the Fourth Annual Law and Dis- order Conference, May 10-12th 2013, at Portland State University. This year’s conference features a special panel about grand jury resistance with members of the Committee to Stop FBI Repression and the … Continue reading

Blocs: Black and Otherwise

May Day is an international celebration of the working class. It has historical ties to anarchists and hundreds of thousands of others who agitated for an eight-hour workday. Four anarchists engaged in that struggle were hanged in Chicago in 1887, falsely accused of a bombing which took place at a rally shortly after May Day the … Continue reading

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