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A handful of anarchists and the revolution... (english)
03 Aug 2003
Modified: 09:43:38 PM
A handful of anarchists are making a big difference in Harvard Square.
For the second Saturday in a row, a handful of disOrganized resisters gathered in Harvard Square to awaken the conscious of Americans. We had a great time, each doing our own thing to communicate the message of resistance. Come join us next Saturday at 12:00, bring your own ideas and inspire the growing revolt against fascism.
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proud of the resistance (english)
03 Aug 2003
I was glad to see so many people come back for the second week in a row, despite the forecasts that called for a lethal electrical storm.

I was also encouraged (again) by the amount of support expressed by the crowds passing through the square, the number of pictures taken of our work, and the peaceful, collegial atmosphere that pervaded.

For next Saturday, I propose a book/CD swap. I will have on hand a number of inspiring and/or informative texts and CD's, which I will trade for same. If you have books or CD's which you are finished reading or listening to, share them with your brothers and sisters this coming Saturday, August 11, in the pit.

In solidarity,

gus
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