‘zine of the Workers Defense Alliance, Twin Cities, Winter 2020/21.
In this issue: We Build Solidarity, Not Pipelines • Politics Without Proud Boys • Reflections on Action Tactics • Copwatch in the Twin Cities • Recuperation, Collaborators, and Informants • Five Fascist Fuckers • Sanctuary: How I Came To Find a Home • A Powderhorn Neighbor on Solidarity • Housing and Racial Justice • A Summer of Militant Action for Housing Justice • Behind the Barricades at 18th Avenue • Frontline Fight Against Allina Workplace Retaliation • When The Man Tries to Tell You About Racism
A beginner and intermediate guide to handheld radio, tactical information networks, and communication.
A list of five individuals Twin Cities community defenders have determined to be extremely dangerous organizers of far-right activity.
What We Want Now! Community Defense and Security in Mutual Aid and Solidarity (90 minute panel discussion).
‘zine of the Workers Defense Alliance, Twin Cities, Fall 2020.
In this issue: Defend the Uprising! • Voices from the Barricades at George Floyd Square • Abolition and the Movement Against Police Brutality • Bryant Neighborhood Assemblies • Stillwater Restaurant Workers v. White Supremacists • Five “I”s for a City Beyond Policing • Syria Solidarity • Seward Workers Walkout • Cell Phone Security Basics • Oromo Community Takes the Streets • Introduction to the Alliance
Know your rights zine— reminder that this is a zine, meant to be printed out and folded into a small booklet, so some pages will be upside down on your screen!
A handy guide to fascist and white supremacist groups and symbols seen around the Twin Cities area. Last updated 7/13/20.
In 1934, strikes by Minneapolis truckers broke the capitalist's anti-union stronghold— at the cost of worker bloodshed.
Know Your Rights + How to Copwatch by the Workers Defense Alliance.