Queer & feminista! Anticapitalista!
The queer pink bloc march exhibits a fierce defiance against the police in Montreal.
What’s that over there?
Oh, it’s a little red flag.
In Montreal, little red squares begin to catch your eye seemingly everywhere you look.
"They say that us students are violent. Sometimes a window might get broken, but that’s not violence. It’s the police who are violent. They just get more violent. All we want is a better world. That’s what we’re fighting for."
A student discusses his thoughts on the protests, explaining his use of the red square in his artwork.
From our latest out of Montreal, The Universal Language: “Fuck the Police.” Read the full story here.
Six points of view of the first five minutes Wednesday night’s casseroles march in NYC: Almost immediately after the march left Washington Square park, the police brutally began arresting some of the more active casseroles marchers. Here, a few witnesses put their thoughts together in a mosaic recounting the march’s beginning.
This one of many posts on Occupied Stories recounting events on June 6th, in which cities all over the world marched in solidarity with protests in Quebec. You may read an arrestee’s account of the march here, and a longer account on the progression of the march here. A story recounting jail support in Chicago may be found here.