March Together Against Racism Wellington 18th May 2019

Wellington Against Racism and Fascism

On Saturday, 18 May, WARF is participating in the National Day of Action against fascism and racism. At 1pm that day we will be marching against racism.

If you are keen to assist in organising this event and joining in longterm planning to stop fascism, come along to our organising meetings. We are meeting at 7.30pm on Mondays at Thistle Hall.

Email us for further details or check out our facebook: The march is also a facebook event

An Introduction to the Organised Far Right in Aotearoa/NZ

After the terror attack in Christchurch many people have been seeking accurate information on the organised white supremacist movement in Aotearoa/New Zealand. A decade ago there was a network of activists who investigated the far right, providing intelligence and information to anti-racist organisers and the media. This network has faded away but some of us kept in contact with each other sporadically and continued to monitor far right groups. In recent days we have been overwhelmed with requests for information so we have decided to re-establish the network. This is a quick outline of the main far right leaders and organisations active in New Zealand in 2019.

#Zurich, #Switzerland: Feminist strike block / FLTIQ* leads #MayDay demo

Enough 14

Zurich, Switerland: At this year’s May Day demo, there will be a feminist strike block. We call all women, lesbians, trans, inter, genderqueers to march with us at the front of the demo!

originally published by Barrikade Info. Edited machine translation by Enough 14.

It is time that we women, trans-, inter-, nonbinary- and queer-people unite. Therefore we will form the feminist head of the women strike block at the May Day demo in Zurich.

On Labour Day we have many reasons to take to the streets. In Switzerland, only 10% of the care work done is paid. The remaining 90% of this work is not paid – and over two thirds of this unpaid work is done by women. In short, housework and caring work maintain the capitalist economic system. We are fighting against this here and everywhere!

The patriarchy has had its day. Institutional sexism and racism must stop. Just as sexist, homo- and transphobic violence. Against fascism – more feminism! We demand climate justice and a feminist fight against the causes of climate change.

We are many and we are loud!

We meet at 09:30am Helvetia Square (Zuerich, Switzerland) at the Women’s Strike/Feminist Strike – Banner and at the Women’s Strike/Feminist Strike – tractor/car

Short call for May Day from Athens.

Originally published by Athens Indymedia.

May 1 for Anarchy.

Against Bosses & Politicians, for Unrestrained Freedom.

On the course and in the neighborhoods against gentrification, its presence and symbols.

Athens: Patision 11am / Πολυτεχνείο (Πατησίων) 11 πμ

— Exarcheia Tourism #airbnburn (@ExarcheiaT) 29. April 2019

ON MAY 1ST WE WILL BE IN THE STREETS – POLYTECHNIO (Patission Street) 11.00 / Την 1η ΜΑΗ θα είμαστε στους δρόμους – Πολυτεχνείο (Πατησίων) 11 πμ




POLYTECHNIO (Patission Street) – 11.00

Squatted Gini

Μετανάστες και προλετάριοι, να καταλάβουμε τον πλούτο

Ο κοινός αγώνας των καταπιεσμένων είναι απειλή για την εξουσία

Την 1η ΜΑΗ θα είμαστε στους δρόμους

Πολυτεχνείο (Πατησίων) 11 πμ

Κατειλημμένο Γκίνη

Roundup of #MayDay events in so-called #Canada!

North Shore Counter-Info Anarchist and Anti-Authoritarian News for Southern-Ontario

There are a number of May Day events happening across the region on Wednesday May 1 2019, marking International Workers’ Day by taking the streets, celebrating in parks, and remembering the ways that capitalism underpins so many of the problems people face every day. From east to west, here are the events we’ve received details about from their organizers and a short excerpt from each callout.

Got a May Day event that isn’t on the list? Submit it through our events page and we’ll add it!

Roundup of May Day events!


Press release from Save Our Libraries Essex

Britain’s smallest town saw the largest demonstration in Essex on Saturday as thousands took to the streets across the county to protest plans to close up to sixty per cent of the libraries in Essex. Over 500 people took to the streets for Manningtree’s ‘Young people’s march for libraries’, in what is believed to be the biggest protest in the town’s history. The equivalent event in Colchester saw another 300 marching from the town’s library to Firstsite for a rally. A ‘community march for libraries’ in Castle Point had 150 people marching between Tarpots Library and South Benfleet Library. Hundreds more gathered outside libraries in Coggeshall, Walton-on-the-Naze, Holland-on-Sea, Shenfield, and Harlow. In Chelmsford High Street an information stall was set up by campaigners where hundreds completed the alternative survey set up by SOLE last week (please see press release sent 24/4/19).

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Resistance of the Mapuche Community of Yani, Lov Rali Cura, Against the Forest Industry (Wallmapu, Chile) — Voices in Movement

This article comes from the autonomous media project, Radio Kurruf, and details the ongoing struggle of the Mapuche community of Yani, Lov Rali Cura, in its fight for territorial recuperation against the forest industry in Chile. 1,506 more words

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