We find ourselves in pain and rage before the war against our people, before the assassination of comrade Samir, killed for defending the land and his people.
The power of the state is not just money and weapons but mainly the logic of sovereignty.
We all come here because of strong humanitarian values and the awareness of the importance of the women’s liberation struggle. And we are all willing to take all steps necessary for this.
We mourn the loss of our comrade and extend our condolences to all his friends, family and everyone who ad the fortune to share their lives with this great and inspiring person.
Today still, 45 years after his death, Salvador Puig Antich's memory lives in all those that fight the domination exercised by capital and its lackeys in all its forms.
This new piece of writing from Jeremy further details the horror of the of the situation that he endured at FCI Milan involving his alleged assault of a guard.
No matter what THEY say, we all have a place on this earth, a right to live and fight for what’s real, and a right to die for what we believe in. If worst comes to worst… well, it’s freedom first above all things.
The community of Amilcingo continues to weigh the division created by a politician that has caused confrontation in the community, but we continue to resist and keep moving forward.
The idea is that we develop a culture of constructive criticism where we learn how to give and also to take criticism without making it personal, without getting into a polemic, without debating it or feeling like we’re under attack or that there’s a competition.
It was amazing to see how we all managed to put aside ideological differences to work as one cohesive unit. We lived together, fought together, and we shared our grief together.