Anarchist Action in the streets of Palo Alto

On the evening of June 25, several hundred people took to the streets of downtown Palo Alto to march against war, empire and capitalism.

I really wonder how much money the police state spent before and during this march in downtown Palo Alto… Palo Alto police were joined by police from many other agencies, including Gilroy, Milpitas, Moutain View, Santa Clara County sheriffs, California Highway Patrol and especailly the San Jose police. Many cops wore riot gear and carried big guns, while some carried tear gas guns and other ‘non-lethal’ weapons.

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Printmaking Workshop in Watsonville with el Caldo

Article by Adriana, Photos by Bradley and Translation by Adriana and Bradley

On June 17, 2005, at a community center in Watsonville, California where there are science classes for children called Camp Sea Lab. El Colectivo Caldo de Cultivo Urbano from Mexico City were special guests for a workshop on printmaking for the community. The workshop assisted approximately 40 children and some mothers also participated in the activities, and I can’t forget Bradley who helped us, but he was also interested in the workshop and he made a print with the children. The result was very good, many people returned home with a father’s day gift, and some fingers were scratched by the tools, Bradley with a print of indymedia and we were exhausted and happy because we have never worked with such a large group.

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Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping at the Guerilla Drive-In

On June 2, 2005, Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping, a world famous choir of anti-corporate-consumer-craze, made a special appearance at the Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In. Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping performed songs and skits under the Soquel Bridge prior to a screening of “Night of the Iguana.”

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