Archive for the ‘Indigenous Peoples’ Category

Following the June 2010 G20 summit in Toronto, a wave of repression came down on anarchists and anti-authoritarians in Southern Ontario. Ryan Rainville was one of those arrested and held in jail for three months before being released into house arrest at a Native men’s residence in Toronto called Sagatay. (more…)


Urgent Appeal to All Friends and Supporters of Tuchone Warrior John Graham

John and his co-defendant, Thelma Rios, are scheduled to face trial on November the 29th


As many have heard, John Graham is currently jailed in Rapid City, South Dakota. They are trying to put him away for life with the charge of killing his friend and comrade from in American Indian Movement, Anna Mae Aquash. While the only real evidence in this murder (along with at least 66 other murders of indigenous people in S. Dakota during 1973-76) points to the U.S. Government and the paramilitary forces they funded and equipped. (more…)

WCCC [Toronto] Public Statement – On the Recent Arrest of Mapuche
Solidarity Activist Regarding G20

The Women’s Coordinating Committee For a Free Wallmapu [Toronto] communicates the following:

1. On Wednesday, September 29th, 2010, one of our sisters Jaroslava
Avila, a Poltical Science student in her last year as an undergraduate at the University of Toronto, was arrested on three charges of Conspiracy to commit and indictable offense outside the Fitzgerald Building when walking towards the subway on campus after an information panel presented by Health 4 All in the presence of her mother and another participant. (more…)