The Twin Cities General Defense Committee held a public educational event on the topics of police terror and police abolition this last Saturday at the Rondo Community Library in St. Paul. We're grateful to those who turned out, and for the conversations we had and were able to start. Look for us in the next … Continue reading Beyond Police Terror event
We can't eliminate exceptional violence without eliminating systemic violence. We must fight for liberation, not smaller boxes guarded by white men with guns.
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.
[UPDATE: This post originally and mistakenly linked to another organization's anti police terror project. This post is not properly updated with a link to the GDC Anti-Police Terror Working Group's vision statement.] The Twin Cities GDC Local 14's Anti-Police Terror Working Group has released their first public vision and position document, which you can find here. … Continue reading New Anti-Police Terror Working Group Page
Lawyers defending police officer Jeronimo Yanez claimed today that Philando Castile was high on marijuana when Yanez murdered him on July 6, 2016. They claim that if Philando was high, he was therefore responsible for his own death. The legal system pretends to treat police officers suspected of murder the same way it treats civilians accused of murder. It … Continue reading Philando Castile, Police Murder, and Legal Farce
We will exact a cost from the city of Saint Anthony for funding the police force that murdered #PhilandoCastile. Join us this Saturday as we shut down the liquor stores they use to help fund their racist cops.
the police acted like the untrained, impatient, trigger happy thugs we've always suspected they really are. you can watch them.
Police murder in America: we live in the state of fugue.
This discussion document lays out the reasons the organized working class should oppose Police Unions.