You’re invited to the 2022 Victoria Anarchist Bookfair! Located on unceded Lekwungen Territory, home of the Songhees and Esquimalt peoples, it will be held in person this autumn. We are eagerly awaiting this year’s bookfair. The venders and workshop presenters have been confirmed. Check out the listings by clicking on the links below.
The Creeker Companion zines are curated to complement the Creeker zines with material that’s relevant to the Ada’itsx/Fairy Creek blockades, but much broader in scope. Volume 2 of the Creeker Companion samples various sources and includes essays, poetry and communiques touching on movement history, state repression, vigilantes, etc. Both Creeker and The Creeker Companion may be of interest to anarchists and land defenders in general. Check it out here: https://creekerzine.wordpress.com/2022/08/19/the-creeker-companion-vol-2
For Immediate Release
August 16, 2022
Daniel Johnson, 541.600.4489, firstname.lastname@example.org
BREAKING: Activists Hang Banner Across Major Highway As Community Prepares to Fight Old Growth Logging Project
Cascadia Forest Defenders Rig 30 Foot-Wide Banner Across Highway 126 in Opposition to the Biden Administration’s Flat Country Timber Sale As Chainsaws Loom
Willamette National Forest – This morning, community members organizing with Cascadia Forest Defenders hung a 30 foot-wide banner across Highway 126 in the Willamette National forest in opposition to the proposed Flat Country old growth timber sale. The organizers are calling on the Willamette National Forest and the Biden Administration to drop the proposed timber sale in light of the significant impacts that it would have on the climate, drinking water, and community safety. The action comes less than six months after President Biden signed Executive Order 14072 on Strengthening the Nation’s Forests, Communities, and Local Economies, which…
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Creeker Volume 2 has been released!
Creeker is a grassroots/anti-authoritarian zine series that aims to bring depth, variety, critique and continuity to the ongoing process of reflecting on the Ada’itsx/Fairy Creek blockade and related efforts. It is intended for creekers themselves, land defenders elsewhere, and the land defenders yet to come.
The newest offering in the series contains contributions of art, analysis, photography, history, personal reflection and poetry that were anonymously sourced from participants at the blockade.
You can view the zine online at creekerzine.wordpress.com or print your own.
Printed copies of Volume 1, Volume 2, and The Creeker Companion are available at Camas Books in Victoria and Spartacus Books in Vancouver.
Originally published on It’s Going Down On Monday, May 9, around 9:15am, people inhabiting the Atlanta Forest witnessed a bulldozer accompanied by two Dekalb County cops bulldozing a path in Intrenchment Creek Park – a public Dekalb County park directly adjacent to the Old Atlanta Prison Farm. The joint projects of “Cop City” and Blackhall…Atlanta-area park carelessly destroyed: bulldozer & cops escorted out of the Atlanta forest — Defend the Atlanta Forest