It’s impossible to find the words to accurately express our grief for the passing of Sue Crabtree. Possibly because it’s so difficult to express what she meant to so many of us and how great of an impact she has had on our lives. Sue was a champion of the persecuted and oppressed, an advocate of the imprisoned, and a friend to Anons the world over. Although she has departed this life her spirit will carry on in the lives of the people that were fortunate enough to have known her. We love you, Sue.
This just in from Stanley Cohen – powerful, poignant – Stanley at his best. Please share widely – Up the Rebels and Bless the Resistance!
Ceci est un appel: A se rejoindre le 9 novembre, à 9h, devant le tribunal de Nancy, ainsi que devant tous les tribunaux de France. Et un appel à toutes autres formes d’actions décentralisées.
Soyons présent-e-s et actives pour soutenir nos camarades, pour nos luttes, et soyons déterminé-e-s à manifester notre refus de se soumettre!
This is a call: To come together on November 9th, at 9 am, in the court of Nancy, or in front of any other court of France, or elsewhere, and a call to any other form of decentralized direct action. Let us be present and active to support our comrades, our struggles and let us be determined to show our refusal to submit!