The Military and Political Protests

The Military and Political Protests

In April 2014, the U.S. military issued protocols for the control of civil disturbances and crowd control. According to these protocols, anyone who objects to the current state of social, political and economic life in the U.S. is a legitimate target.

The Rainbow Coalition Today

The Rainbow Coalition Today

On July 20, 1969, one month before Woodstock and the very day Neil Armstrong would make the first successful moonwalk, a young white guy in a denim work coat, sunglasses, and beret took the stage at the Black Panther Party’s National Conference For A United Front Against Fascism in Oakland California. His name was Bill Fesperman, but he went by Preacherman among his comrades.

Tear Gas

Tear Gas

I’ll never forget the evening of Thursday, May 28th. The Minneapolis Police Precinct 3 was burnt to the ground. Around the same time in Kentucky, the Louisville Police Department deployed tear gas on a small crowd of around 300 peaceful protestors. The following morning I began receiving messages all asking the same question. “You going to Louisville tonight?”