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News :: Organizing
Central NC: Banner Drops in Solidarity with Greece
21 Dec 2008
solidarity means attack, only the beginning?
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On Saturday, December 20th, in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Durham, NC, roving bands of anarchists dropped banners to show solidarity with the current uprising in Greece. This was done in concert with dozens of other actions across the country, in response to a call put out by Greek comrades for international solidarity on this day.
Banners reading, “This isn’t a bailout, this is a stickup!“, “15 is too young to die; Solidarity with Greece,” and “Rob the banks before they rob you!“ among other things, were hung around town and on highway overpasses. (Some pictures are included for your viewing enjoyment.) We hope that these banners could serve as a small reminder to drivers and pedestrians that many of the world’s eyes are on the struggle in Greece, which has kindled the hearts and minds of downtrodden folks around the world. Perhaps these solidarity actions will just be the beginning, and will be able to connect the Greek struggle with the same economic and social forces oppressing and exploiting us here in the States.

Down with the bailout!!

In love and anger, hope and rage,
some NC anarchists
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