We have made a series of infographics about how to respond to state repression as organizations, crews or collectives. They can be shared on Instagram, twitter, facebook, TikTok, or any text messaging app. Please share them widely.
After you have a visit from law enforcement, immediately contact the GDC (503-442-0866), the National Lawyers Guild (503-902-5340) and members of any organizing groups you are a part of. You can protect others and yourself by letting other people know […]
We will go over two common experiences of state repression. The first is a stop on the street by the police and the second is the police visiting your home. If you are stopped on the street, here are […]
One of our most important tools when dealing with any state repression is to remain silent. Don’t talk to law enforcement for any reason. Here’s why: Talking to the police for any reason is always a risk and can put […]
In 2010, a series of high profile murders by the Portland Police led to large mass mobilizations in the city. During this time period, there was a great deal of property destruction in the city including heavy damage to the […]
There are some things you can do to prepare yourselves and your community if you are concerned about state repression: Talk to your housemates, partners or lovers, or anyone else whose house you spend significant time at about the different […]