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Lock Down Refusal in Penetang: G20 Prisoner in the hole

Reposted from Guelph ABC As of today, January 17th 2012 Alex Hundert has been held for 6 days in segregation (the hole). He is facing institutional charges (which are different from criminal charges, but can prolong his sentence and assign … Continue reading

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A letter from a G20 Defendant

By shailagh keaney Repost from Toronto Media Co-op Blog posts are the work of individual contributors, reflecting their thoughts, opinions and research. An Open Letter to Friends and Allies I write this by flickering candlelight in the Grand River watershed … Continue reading

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June 2011: Our Streets Are Still On Fire

Joint statement by Disability Action Movement Now, Jane Finch Action Against Poverty, LIFEmovement, No One Is Illegal – Toronto, Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, South Asian Women’s Rights Organization, Students Against Israeli Apartheid and Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu.  http://toronto.mediacoop.ca/story/june-2011-our-streets-are-still-fire/7580 http://toronto.nooneisillegal.org/node/619 TORONTO, June 24, … Continue reading

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Submit to BUSTING BOREDOM! A zine about house arrest within radical communities

**please forward widely** Submit to BUSTING BOREDOM! A zine about house arrest within radical communities Hey Folks! We are making a ZINE(!) called BUSTING BOREDOM, about house arrest within radical communities. House arrest is used in the kanadian (in)justice system … Continue reading

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June 26 2011: Letter night in support of Pelican Bay hunger strike‏

Sunday, June 26 2011 6:00pm – 9:00pm Beit Zatoun 612 Markham Street Toronto RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=170133589717534 Join Toronto Anarchist Black Cross for a night of inspirational discussion and prisoner support. We will be supporting the participants of a hunger strike in … Continue reading

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MAPUCHE PROTEST Against Chilean Supreme Court Ruling!

COME OUT TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT TO OUR MAPUCHE BROTHERS DYING ON 80+ DAY HUNGER STRIKE! For More info on the case of the Mapuche Political Prisoners, see below: The Women’s Coordinating Committee for Free Wallmapu [Toronto] is calling to … Continue reading

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Callout for court support: G20 protester Jaggi Singh facing six-month prison sentence (June 21, Toronto)

[français ci-dessous] “Sometimes you put up walls not to keep people out, but to see who cares enough to break them down.” – Anonymous TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 9:45am Old City Hall Court, 60 Queen Street West TORONTO CONTACT: email – … Continue reading

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NOII supports Jaggi Singh pleading guilty to G20 charges‏

NOII Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, Montreal, and Ottawa joint statement in support of a member of No One Is Illegal, Jaggi Singh, pleading guilty today to counseling to commit mischief and is facing six months in prison, for rightfully asserting that … Continue reading

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On Palestinian Prisoners’ Day, Palestinian Human Rights Organizations Call for Renewed Efforts to Release All Prisoners

Ramallah, 17 April 2011 Every year, Palestinian Prisoners’ Day provides an opportunity to reflect on the continuing incarceration and ill-treatment of Palestinians who have been detained, sometimes without charge or trial, for their resistance to the Israeli occupation and its … Continue reading

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Denouncing Violence and Impunity in Policing

by Erin Seatter with files from Andy Crosby →Ottawa Working Group of the Media Co-op This article originally appeared in the April 2011 edition of The Leveller. Police violence is a systemic issue and not a series of isolated incidents, … Continue reading

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