Filed under: Action, Anti-fascist, Communique, Graffiti, Incarceration, Midwest, Political Prisoners
Anonymously submitted to It’s Going Down
Just because those of us in rural middle America often find ourselves disconnected from the struggle that oftentimes finds itself playing out in the cities doesn’t mean that we cannot be inspired to take on creative actions in our own locales and find each other. A crew in rural northwest Indiana took it upon themselves to lift up the name of a fellow Hoosier and political prisoner Marius Mason, give a shoutout to prison rebels preparing to strike next month, and make some adjustments to someone’s tribute to Donald Trump.
Against all authority, against all borders, until all flags are burned