Art, Posters & Flyers
Art, Posters & Flyers
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Short Story: "Solidarity"
Short Story: It was midday when we carried our anger out of doors, off the buses, off the trains, out of our cars, from bikes, and the soles of our sneakers. They were waiting there. They were waiting there because we had prophesied our own arrival on Twitter, on our profiles, from the rooftops of our lungs. We're coming. We can't hold back any more. We're taking the capitol. We'll see you at the summit. They wore riot gear, and so did we. Theirs was made from plastics and kevlar. Ours was made from flannel and dye. They had shields; we had signs made from paper and marker and middle fingers. Their helmets had blast guards. We dipped our bandannas in vinegar, yet they could still see our faces. No analogy armed us against their tear gas, concussion grenades, rubber bullets, guns, guns, guns, but, in beginning, there was the word, and the word was with us. We shouted the word. We were the word.
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Brandon Darby warning poster
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Poster: Terrorists We're Proud To "Pal Around" With
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RNC Photo Exhibit & Call for Submissions: "Looking Back, Moving Forward" (Jan 3rd-31st)
An exhibit of random moments caught on film during the Republican National Convention in Saint Paul
RNC Photo Exhibit & Call for Submissions: SUBMISSIONS WANTED. The premise of the LOOKING BACK, MOVING FORWARD exhibit is to offer a community space where people can leave behind, access, or take home as evidence a wide variety of frozen photographic moments from the Republican National Convention that took place in St. Paul, MN in September 2008. Runs January 3rd, 2009, until end of January at the Black Dog Cafe in Lowertown, St. Paul. 20% of photo exhibition sales go to the RNC 8 Legal Fund. Benefit reception on January 21st with Junkyard Empire and Pocket of Resistance.  [Read more]

Postcard: Did my tax dollars really get spent on this?
Postcard handout. [Read more]

RNC arrestees and allies to rally against Chris Coleman on Monday
Dance party and protest part of larger pressure campaign urging the dismissal of politically motivated charges
RNC arrestees and allies to rally against Chris Coleman on Monday Community activists plan to rally against St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman this coming Monday, December 15th. As the local official who approved the Republican National Convention's security plan, Mayor Coleman shares much of the blame for police violence during the convention. The RNC security plan included the provision of up to $40 million in taxpayer funds for police weaponry and the unprecedented assurance of RNC money to cover both unlimited legal fees and up to $10 million in damages, should suits be filed against the police. [Read more]

RNC 8 Graphic
RNC 8 Graphic RNC 8 "8 hands” logo by Ricardo Levins Morales from Northland Poster Cooperative. In 1979, Morales cofounded the Northland Poster Collective, which sought to link artists with social justice organizing. He continues to work at Northland, which has become an artistic center for the United States labor movement and works with a variety of grassroots struggles. He continues to be involved in activist, educational, and artistic projects in the labor movement. [Read more]

Benefit concert for the RNC 8 and other RNC arrestees
Arise! Bookstore.
Benefit concert for the RNC 8 and other RNC arrestees Benefit show at Arise! Books and Resources Center, featuring:

Shannon Murray
Nancy Drew Crew
Bla Bla Blacksheep
Nightwolves

2441 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis, 7pm

Suggested donation $5-1000; no one turned away; 50% of all proceeds to the RNC 8. [Read more]

"You have no rights" talk flyer
Dave Mahoney support event in UK
A Talk on "The Terrorisation of Dissent" with excerpts from the film "Terrorizing Dissent" and a speaker from the campaign to support RNC protest arrestee Dave Mahoney. Dave Mahoney was temporarily in the US and due to return to his home in England before the new year. He was arrested by the FBI during the Republican National Convention in September 2008 and has been charged with 3 counts of aiding and abetting 2nd degree assault and 3 counts of terrorist threats, for an incident that apparently has the loosest connections imaginable to a so called 'assault'. Trapped in Minneapolis, Dave now faces expensive legal costs and over 20 years in prison.  [Read more]

"Fundraiser for the Legal Defense of RNC Arrestees" poster
A fundraiser for RNC arrestees at the Bedlam Theatre. Since 1993, Bedlam Theatre’s Mission has been to produce radical works of theater with a focus on collaboration and a unique blend of professional and community art. What: A fundraiser for RNC arrestees! When: Saturday, November 22nd, 10pm. Where: Bedlam Theatre, 1501 S. 6th St., Minneapolis. Who: YOU + The Usual Suspects, Toki Wright, Jason Anxious, and the Nancy Drew Crew. 18+, $5-10 suggested donation. The Bedlam Theatre is located next to the Cedar-Riverside light rail station on the West Bank. [Read more]

"Terrorizing Dissent" poster for North Dakota screening
Custom poster for a screening of the documentary "Terrorizing Dissent: Election Cut" in the University of North Dakota on Thursday, November 6th, 2008. Glass Bead Collective, Twin Cities Indymedia, and other independent media activists released the film, an expose of events at the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Tuesday, October 28. The event, sponsored by the university's chapter of Students for a Democratic Society, was the 10th screening after the film's release. [Read more]

"Terrorizing Dissent" documentary screening posters
Generic publicity materials for the independent documentary
On Tuesday, October 28, Glass Bead Collective, Twin Cities Indymedia, and other independent media activists released a new film, "Terrorizing Dissent: Election Cut," an expose of events at the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minnesota. Featuring first-person accounts and footage from more than forty cameras on the streets, "Terrorizing Dissent" focuses on the story of dissent suppressed. People charged with "conspiracy to riot in furtherance of terrorism" speak out against the government's campaign to manipulate media coverage and label civil disobedience and community organizing as terrorism. [Read more]



 

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BOSTROM, Matt (Assistant Police Chief of St. Paul), CHOI, John (St. Paul City Attorney), COLEMAN, Christopher B. (St. Paul Mayor), DARBY, Brandon (A.K.A. "CHS 1", paid informant who infiltrated Austin protesters), DARST, Andrew (A.K.A. "Panda", "CRI 2", paid informant who infiltrated RNC Welcoming Committee), DEPALMA, Matthew (Michigan Molotov Case), DOLAN, Tim (Minneapolis Police Chief), FLETCHER, Bob (Ramsey County Sheriff), GAERTNER, Susan (Ramsey County Attorney), GOODMAN, Amy (Democracy Now, arrested Sept 1st), GROSS, Michelle (Communities United Against Police Brutality), HARRINGTON, John (St. Paul Police Chief), HEFFELFINGER, Tom (Former U.S. Attorney) and LUGER, Andy (former Assistant U.S. Attorney), HUGHES, Elliot (alleged torture under Ramsey County Sheriff's care), JOHNSON, Jason (Tased in Mears Park on Day 2), KELLY, Mick (Banner carrier shot with projectile at point blank on Day 4/Arrested for distributing leaflets about RNC march at Obama rally), LANE, Leah (abusive arrest on Day 4 captured on CNN and Fox 9), LUBINSKI, Sharon (Assistant Police Chief of Minneapolis), MAHONEY, Dave (Accused of dropping sandbag onto I-94 freeway on Day 1), MULHOLLAND, Ann (St. Paul Deputy Mayor), NESTOR, Bruce (President of National Lawyers Guild, Minnesota Chapter), PAWLENTY, Tim (Governor of Minnesota), ROWLEY, Coleen (retired FBI 9/11 whistle-blower and peace activist), "RNC 8" Arrestees (Monica BICKING, Robert CZERNIK, Garrett FITZGERALD, Luce Guillen GIVINS, Erik OSELAND, Nathanael SECOR, Max SPECTOR, and Eryn TRIMMER), RYBACK, R.T. (Minneapolis Mayor), SMITH, Keith (17-year-old protester allegedly beaten by police on Day 1), SULLIVAN, Karen (Undercover FBI agent who infiltrated the Anti-War Committee), SUNDIN, Jess (March on the RNC organizer, Anti-War Committee), "TEXAS TWO" Arrestees (Bradley Neal CROWDER and David MCKAY), THUNE, Dave (Ward 2 Council Member for St. Paul)

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