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Cedar denied parole: updates on "hate crime policing" and repression after Hamilton Pride

A report from North Shore Counter-Info on the situation in Hamilton, Ontario, where growing numbers of anarchists and queers have been targeted by the stateafter a far-right attack on the local Pride event.

The Saga Continues: Updates on Queer Resistance and Repression in Hamilton

An article from North Shore Counter-Info giving updates on the situation in Hamilton, where queer anarchists have been dealing with police repression after defending a local Pride event from homophobic/far-right attackers.

2012: Georgian students protest against prisoner abuse

Leaked videos of prisoners being tortured and sexually assaulted sparked massive protests on the streets of Georgian cities in solidarity.

CW: descripitions of graphic violence and sexual assault.

1953: Uprising at the Norilisk Labour Camp

Monument to victims of Gulag in Norilsk

Account of a mass strike by inmates at the Norilag Gulag against executions and enforced labour.

A Response to Police Repression Following Hamilton, ON, Pride

The following statement from the anarchist community center The Tower responds to the recent repression against those targeted by police after clashes erupted between those defending Hamilton Pride and the far-Right.

Sudan: The Dictator Goes but the Regime Lives On

Since December last year Sudan has been seething but it now looks like the Army have reasserted control. What started as bread riots last December, in the historic working class city of Atbara, transformed itself into a campaign of mass civil disobedience.

Sudan: Behind the Massacre in Khartoum

A text on the violence used by the Sudanese state against the revolutionary movement, showing the connections between Sudan and other states including the EU's border policy. Translated and adapted by Crimethinc from the original at the Sudanese-French project Sudfa. Content note for extreme violence including rape and murder.

Teesside Construction Workers Challenge the State

On Thursday 30 May construction workers at the Tees Renewable Energy Plant, owned by MGT Power, walked out in a wildcat action over safety conditions at the site. When workers act on their own class terrain they begin to challenge the capitalist structure as a whole.