Filed under: Action, Anarchist Movement, Midwest
The following is a remembrance of Minneapolis anarchist comrade Toor and was originally posted to Conflict MN.
I remember years ago, one of our first adventures together was exploring the drainage tunnels under the city. Afterwards we hung out at one of the entrances, covering the walls with tags.
This is only one of so many beautiful memories we shared. You were so many things to so many people, not only as a dear friend but as a fierce warrior against this hellworld.
Last night, I returned to the tunnel entrance to help paint a memorial for you. While there were new pieces on the wall when I arrived, I knew somewhere under countless layers of paint were the same tags we put up together, way back when.
Our piece wasn’t perfect by any means, but you wouldn’t have wanted it to be.
We will never forget you, and we will continue your struggle against cops, pipelines, nazis, and their world.
– Your friends