Make Me Feed
United opposition threatens half-century father-son rule in Togo
by Patience Nitumwesiga Over the past month, Togolese have united in mass protest against the 50-year reign of Faure Gnassingbé and his father.
Broad coalition escalates campaign against London arms fair
by Andrew Metheven Preparations for London's DSEI, one of the largest arms fairs in the world, were targeted with a diverse array of creative and disruptive actions.
Anti-pipeline activists across the country unite to #StopETP
by Brandon Jordan Last week, nearly 20 actions in 10 states targeted Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the Dakota Access pipeline and many other damaging fossil fuel projects.
Mass mobilization stopped nuclear war before and it can again
by Duncan Meisel A conversation with historian Lawrence Wittner about the nuclear disarmament movement's 50-year struggle and its lessons for a world under renewed threat.
Mass civil disobedience campaign obstructs one of Europe’s largest polluters
by Sarah Freeman-Woolpert Over 6,000 climate justice activists converged in western Germany last weekend for a series of actions to protest coal mining in the region.
Don’t feed the trolls — how to combat the alt-right
by Kazu Haga Using humor and creative tactics or overwhelming the alt-right with our sheer numbers is the best way to win, and for that nonviolent discipline is key.
Akercocke – Renaissance In Extremis (2017)
“Peel-and-go” printable structures fold themselves
Neil Young - Hitchhiker (2017) FLAC (image + .cue)
News of your hashtags.