Came across these articles over the weekend, reporting that declassified police-surveillance files on 1970s “Women’s Liberation Groups — Canada” were made public this week. Of course, state surveillance of activists in nations that vociferously proclaim themselves to be “free” is not a thing of the past. Antiwar, bicycling, vegan, environmental, and other communities are being infiltrated and spied on right now in the U.S.
Here’s to hoping we’re all bold and visionary (and fun!) enough to stand with the “sweating, uncombed women …crying sisterhood and dancing” in the face of “at a loss” military police.
- Class Action Against U.S. Military On Behalf Of Sexual Assault Survivors by Jaclyn July 26, 2010
- Shall we tint our Twitter avatars? No? Carry on… by Constintina August 25, 2009
- a force more powerful by maia July 29, 2010
- New Statistics on Military Rape and Reporting by Cara March 18, 2009
- Popular conservative website says a military coup would “resolve the Obama problem” by Jill September 30, 2009