We can't eliminate exceptional violence without eliminating systemic violence. We must fight for liberation, not smaller boxes guarded by white men with guns.
The Twin Cities IWW has passed the following motion: Whereas: On March 3rd 1991 the Line 3 pipeline caused the largest inland oil spill in US history, rupturing in Grand Rapids, Minnesota spilling 1.7 million gallons of oil into the Prairie River; and Whereas: In July 2010, Enbridge also spilled about a million gallons of Dilbit Oil … Continue reading Twin Cities IWW in Solidarity with Camp Makwa and the movement for environmental justice.
A brief statement from the Anti-Police Terror Working Group on the recent controversy involving the St Paul cop union and candidates for city mayor.
An action call to all residents of the Twin Cities to oppose advocates of race war from holding a meeting in the Minnesota State Capitol Building on May 6.
Al Ditty – Working-Class Hero by Ciaran, member of the Twin Cities General Defense Committee When Jamar Clark was executed by Minneapolis police on Plymouth Ave in North Minneapolis back in November 2015 – a powerful movement erupted in response, and its reverberations are still being felt today. Many, many people made great sacrifices in … Continue reading Al Ditty – Working Class Hero
We have a lot of work to do. Despair would be a poor choice. Can we organize a serious challenge to capitalism and white nationalism yet? Think about what it means that: THESE were the choices Americans had. Donald Trump said everything he did, emboldening White Supremacy in public, legitimizing and spurring on openly white … Continue reading Community Self Defense During the Time of Trump