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October 22nd March Against Police Brutality

October 22nd March Against Police Brutality The October 22nd Coalition to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation has been mobilizing every year since 1996 for a National Day of Protest on October 22nd, bringing together those under the gun and those not under the gun as a powerful voice to expose … Continue reading

“We need condos babel tall to the sky!”- War on the poor in downtown St. Louis

On Thursday, September 6, in the latest move to displace the homeless, the city of St. Louis closed off the sidewalks of the 1400 block of Locust St. in front of Larry Rice’s New Life Evangelistic Center. The following was first published at CASINO*TOWN*POETS in reaction to the city’s latest move and to the attitudes of … Continue reading

An Open Letter to Occupy Regarding the Controversy Over “Demands” and the Movement’s Way Forward

  The following article was written by anarchist political prisoner Sean Swain in response to an article in Rolling Stone “Why Occupy Needs to Start Making Demands.” To write to Sean, see his address below. A recent article in Rolling Stone presented a picture of Occupy divided over the issue of “demands.” According to the … Continue reading

General Occupy STL Links

Thoughtful Perspectives on other North American #Occupy Movements

Albany, NY: Ben Brucato
Atlanta: ATL IMC / Little Advances
Baltimore: bmorewomentrans
Bloomington, IN: Rififi
Boston: Boston Indymedia
Carbondale: Occupy SIUC
Chicago: selfactivity
Chapel Hill: triANARCHY
Davis, CA: Bicycle Barricade
Denver: Ignite!
Detroit: Third Coast Conspiracy
Gulf Coast: The Raging Pelican
Iowa City: Smooth Spaces
Los Angeles: UnpermittedLA
Miami: Autonomy & Solidarity
New York City: Malcolm Harris
Oakland: Bay of Rage / Hyphy
Philadelphia: radoccupyphilly
Phoenix: Fires never extinguished
Portland, OR: Grey Coast @ News
Richmond, VA: The Wingnut
Seattle: Puget Sound Anarchists
St. Louis: STL FTP
Toronto: ...To the Roots of Capital
Vancouver: Van. Media Co-op
Washington DC: BroadSnark