Snake eyes. : NE, somewhere around Broadway and 8th, I think.

Snake eyes. : NE, somewhere around Broadway and 8th, I think.

I love this sticker so effing much. : NE Alberta

I love this sticker so effing much. : NE Alberta

I’m always a little meh on messages like this. Being grounded and present is important, but so are reflection and anticipation. : NE Alberta

I’m always a little meh on messages like this. Being grounded and present is important, but so are reflection and anticipation. : NE Alberta

I don’t really know what this is about, but it looks cool. : NE Alberta

I don’t really know what this is about, but it looks cool. : NE Alberta

Christmas in Prison
Please remember: Kteeo, Matt, and, as of tomorrow, Maddy are spending this holiday season in jail for resisting grand jury witch hunts of anarchists and radicals.

Christmas in Prison

Please remember: Kteeo, Matt, and, as of tomorrow, Maddy are spending this holiday season in jail for resisting grand jury witch hunts of anarchists and radicals.

Been seeing Snuggles around a lot lately. Love their stuff. : On PSU campus and Lloyd neighborhood.

Can’t remember where I took this. On NE Broadway, maybe. There was some sketchy dudes yelling at no one across the street, and I wanted to get out of there quick.

Can’t remember where I took this. On NE Broadway, maybe. There was some sketchy dudes yelling at no one across the street, and I wanted to get out of there quick.

Stop buying what they’re selling : SE Sandy / Burnside / 12th

Stop buying what they’re selling : SE Sandy / Burnside / 12th

Good question. : SE Portland

Good question. : SE Portland

The police are the real terrorists. : SE Belmont

Everything is fine. : SE Portland

Everything is fine. : SE Portland


The two of us, Dennison Williams and Leah-Lynn Plante, were subpoenaed to the secret grand jury to begin meeting on Thursday investigating anarchists.
We are releasing this statement to make clear our intention to resist the grand jury. We will not co-operate with their investigation. If we appear before the grand jury, we will not answer any questions other than our names. If we are asked additional questions, we will invoke our First, Fourth,and Fifth Amendment rights. Under no circumstances will we talk about other people.
This grand jury is a tool of political repression. It is attempting to turn individuals against each other by coercing those subpoenaed to testify against their communities. The secret nature of grand jury proceedings creates mistrust and can undermine solidarity. And imprisoning us takes us from our loved ones and our responsibilities.
But our passion for freedom is stronger then the state’s prisons. Our refusal to cooperate with the grand jury is a reflection of our own desires for a liberated world and our support for others who are working to bring that world into being. We support the efforts of all those who will be resisting this grand jury.
If you would like to join us, please visit: nopoliticalrepression.wordpress.com. There you can find out how to sign on to a solidarity statement, donate money to our defense and support campaign, and write us should we be imprisoned.
More importantly, though, you can show your solidarity by refusing to co-operate with any police force and encouraging your friends and families to do the same. The police do not protect us, and do nothing to bring justice to those who have been hurt by others. If we want real safety, and real justice, we need to continue creating liberatory alternatives to the state’s institutions.

The two of us, Dennison Williams and Leah-Lynn Plante, were subpoenaed to the secret grand jury to begin meeting on Thursday investigating anarchists.

We are releasing this statement to make clear our intention to resist the grand jury. We will not co-operate with their investigation. If we appear before the grand jury, we will not answer any questions other than our names. If we are asked additional questions, we will invoke our First, Fourth,and Fifth Amendment rights. Under no circumstances will we talk about other people.

This grand jury is a tool of political repression. It is attempting to turn individuals against each other by coercing those subpoenaed to testify against their communities. The secret nature of grand jury proceedings creates mistrust and can undermine solidarity. And imprisoning us takes us from our loved ones and our responsibilities.

But our passion for freedom is stronger then the state’s prisons. Our refusal to cooperate with the grand jury is a reflection of our own desires for a liberated world and our support for others who are working to bring that world into being. We support the efforts of all those who will be resisting this grand jury.

If you would like to join us, please visit: nopoliticalrepression.wordpress.com. There you can find out how to sign on to a solidarity statement, donate money to our defense and support campaign, and write us should we be imprisoned.

More importantly, though, you can show your solidarity by refusing to co-operate with any police force and encouraging your friends and families to do the same. The police do not protect us, and do nothing to bring justice to those who have been hurt by others. If we want real safety, and real justice, we need to continue creating liberatory alternatives to the state’s institutions.

(via forgottenness)

Whoever made this, I fucking love you. : N Lombard between Baltimore and Chicago. If you’re quick, you might be able to see it for yourself. It’s still up.

photographing radical street art in portland, oregon. Ⓐ // Ⓔ

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