Author: Filler Collective
About Filler Collective
Filler is a radical zine & distro affiliated with Pittsburgh’s autonomous student network.
Pittsburgh, PA: No One is Surprised
Report from the Filler Collective about the recent street protests in the wake of the police officer who murdered #AntwonRose being found... Read Full Article
Pittsburgh, PA: Night March in Solidarity with the National Prison Strike
Report back from night time march in solidarity with the National Prison Strike from the Filler Collective. Sometime after midnight on Saturday,... Read Full Article
Pittsburgh, PA: Autonomous Actions in Solidarity with the National Prison Strike
This is an incomplete list of autonomous actions taken in solidarity with the (inter)national prison strike. It is comprised of several anonymous... Read Full Article
Fighting for the Memory and Life of Antwon Rose Jr.
The following report was originally posted on Filler PGH. Antwon Rose Jr. was murdered by the East Pittsburgh Police Tuesday night, June... Read Full Article
Nightshade Report: International Women’s Day
The following editorial comes from the Nightshade Collective in Pittsburgh about International Women’s Day. Today, March 8, 2018, marks International Women’s Day,... Read Full Article
Pittsburgh: Alt-Weekly Whitewashes White Power Tattoo Artist
On March 7th, the Pittsburgh City Paper ran a cover story featuring Lettia Suchevich, a local fascist and tattoo artist. “Women Ink” profiles 16 women... Read Full Article
Pittsburgh, PA: Justice for Mark Daniels
This report on a recent police shooting comes from the Filler Collective, and includes information about a support event happening this Saturday.... Read Full Article
From Pitt to Georgia Tech: Cops Off Campus!
On Wednesday morning, we dropped two banners at the University of Pittsburgh. They read, “From Pitt to Georgia Tech: Disarm the Police,... Read Full Article
Pittsburgh, PA: Report back from Die-in & Rally to Stop Trumpcare
This report back is meant to show how protest marshals, imposed structure and hierarchically organized groups can prevent cohesive direct action, organic... Read Full Article
From Pittsburgh to DC: Drop the Charges!
Today in Pittsburgh, the 11 comrades arrested for allegedly demonstrating in solidarity with striking inmates at the Allegheny County Jail are scheduled... Read Full Article