My account of a protest I attended in support of the April Baltimore uprising. We had only marched for a few blocks before Denver police began pepper spraying and arresting people. If you don't want to read all my words, you can skip to the 'Videos' section.
My experience in Denver on May Day, and a pamphlet I made out of the Wikipedia article on the Haymarket massacre.
I am fasting for the duration of today in support of California prisoners who have now begun the 24th day of an indefinite hunger strike as they seek the fulfillment of their five core demands.
I'm completing my hike of the Appalachian Trail I started last summer.
I was sentenced last Friday for my crimes against the People of the State of Colorado.
Because creeds are fun: I am a Cynic, a Christian, and an Anarchist
One year ago today I began my three-month hike on the Appalachian Trail.
I appeared in criminal court for my jury trial, slept in a park, in the morning I received two guilty verdicts and a non-guilty verdict, loitered at the May Day demonstrations, then slept on the 16th Street Mall to protest Denver's proposed urban camping ban.
My jury trial, stemming from criminal charges brought against me after being arrested at the Occupy Denver camp for peacefully sitting in the park overnight, is on Monday (April 30th). The D.A. has offered me a last-minute plea offer that would give me a very light penalty compared to what he will ask for in the likely even that I'm convicted. This is what I asked my attorney to relate to the D.A. in response.
My experience at the Canadian border.
Went to my motions hearing (stemming from my Occupy Denver Arrest) yesterday, but it was rescheduled... She was disappointed, but she still gave me a high-five for wearing a skirt.