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May 20, 18

Banner Dropped in NYC in Solidarity with the J20 Defendants

The following report and photos was anonymously sent to It’s Going Down.

On the gray morning of May 17th two comrades in Brooklyn dropped a banner in solidarity with the J20 defendants. The banner was dropped in a spot highly visible from the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, Broadway, and the elevated J train line. The previous day and night were spent putting up posters and stickers in multiple neighborhoods in Downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn, using tape during the day and wheat-paste at night. This was an easy and fun way to reach a large number of eyes, using just a couple dollars worth of materials. Below is a list of the materials we used for people who want to replicate these actions.

j20banner.jpg

Banner:

one bed-sheet from the 99cent store

a handful of grommets

a couple padlocks and a couple zip-ties

some spray paint

j20posters.jpg

Posters:

some printer paper and a printer

packing tape

wheat-paste

j20stickers.jpg

Stickers:

free postal service stickers

a stencil cut from a file folder

some spray paint

In uncompromising solidarity with the J20 defendants,

Until all are free!

-some anarchists

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