A photo obtained of Erick Diaz in Maimonides hospital after ICE shot him in the face By Nélida Tello On February 6, plainclothes agents with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Fugitive Operations Team tazed Mexican immigrant Erick Díaz-Cruz before shooting the 26-year-old in the face, outside of his mother’s house in Gravesend, Brooklyn. The federal agents were serving Gaspar Avendano-Hernandez, 33, Díaz’s mother’s boyfriend, … Continue reading NEW YORK: ICE Shoots Immigrant in the Face, Arrests Second Man in Hospital
A community memorial for Toby Diller set up with help from the San Diego Incendiary Support Committee By Nélida Tello On January 31, the San Diego Incendiary Support Committee joined community members to host a memorial to honor the life of Toby Edward Diller, 31, murdered by the San Diego Police Department (SDPD) on January 24, in the neighborhood of Oak Park. Toby was murdered … Continue reading SAN DIEGO: Memorial Held for Toby Diller, Murdered by Police
Photo: Protesters paralyze Grand Central Station in New York City By Sandra Harris The third in a series of protests against policing of the New York transit system occurred in New York City on Friday, January 31, with thousands of people taking various actions throughout the day and into the night. The “FTP3” protest had been promoted by organizations such as Decolonize This Place, Take … Continue reading NEW YORK CITY: Combative Transit Protests Take Place Across City, Over 40 Arrested
Photo: The 2020 Women’s March in downtown St. Louis, Missouri Editor’s Note: The fundraising link originally published was not working properly, please donate to the arrested activist’s legal fund here: http://gf.me/u/xhkb4s By Olivia Klein On January 18, revolutionary activists attended the Women’s March in Saint Louis, Missouri to combat its electoral agenda and promote the campaign to boycott the 2020 US elections. During the march, … Continue reading ST. LOUIS: Women’s March Collaborates with Police, One Marcher Arrested for Confronting Reactionary
Photo: Palm Beach Tenants Union rallies against poor conditions in Stonybrook Apartments By Ben Robinson On January 16, four families in Palm Beach County were violently evicted by police from Stonybrook Apartments after two years of resistance against their slumlord Frank Sinito, under the name Millennia Housing. All of the evicted families were members of the Palm Beach County Tenants Union, including the family of … Continue reading PALM BEACH: Police Brutally Evict Stonybrook Tenant Organizers and Families
Photo: Oakland Police Department operation to evict Moms 4 Housing from investor-owned property (From Moms 4 Housing Instagram) By Sandra Harris Before dawn on Tuesday, Oakland police evicted and arrested two women associated with the group Moms 4 Housing along with two supporters. The group was formed in November after two mothers and their children moved into a vacant house in West Oakland owned by … Continue reading OAKLAND: Militarized, Pre-Dawn Police Operation Evicts Black Mothers Occupying Investor Property
The following is an unofficial translation of the article “Violences policières : justice pour Ibrahima Bah!” from revolutionary newspaper La Cause du Peuple. Translation by Kate LaBelle On October 6, 2019 in Villiers-le-Bel, Ibrahima Bah died on his motorbike, near a police checkpoint. Since then, the police have been covering their tracks, distancing themselves from the incident, and denying their involvement in killing Ibrahima, aka … Continue reading FRANCE: Justice for Ibrahima Bah!