Saturday, November 26, 2011

Summer Hibernation Over

HI! Just a quick note to let people know that while we have been quiet for a while now, we have been talking recently and have had our hands in a couple things. In the past six months we've had many personal changes- from traveling to job changes to some much needed rest. We've all been working on other projects as well.

As 2011 comes to a close we have a number of things to keep us inspired and provoke our thoughts into the coming year. The upcoming ALEC protests in Phoenix have kept friends busy as well as discussing thoughts on liberation and resistance.

We'll be posting and doing more soon. So check back and keep your eyes peeled for future events. Some upcoming things to look forward to:

ALEC protest Nov 29- Dec 3 in Scottsdale, Az - Check for info

Adhamh Roland(Riot Folk), Douglas Fur & more, Dec 9, Shot In The Dark Cafe? Legal fundraiser

De-Occupy O'Odham Lands!- Dec. 10 @ Dry River

We're also awaiting a big batch of posters and other goodies from the Beehive Collective, which we will be offering in various ways to raise funds for current and future projects.
See you out there soon!

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

BP Out Of O'odham Land

This picture was sent to us via email a few days ago. The email read "banner on "Tucson's" famed "Snake Bridge" greets morning rush hour commuters entering downtown on the morning of 2/23/11 in solidarity with the 6 facing charges for BPHQ lock-down and against a militarized world". This is obviously in reference to the six people who locked down at Border Patrol Headquarters in Tucson last May and were in town on the 23rd of February for a court date. More info can be found at

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Come support the BP6 on Wednesday

Rally in support of the six who locked down on May 21, 2010 this Wednesday, Feb 23rd, 1:30pm at the downtown public library-101 N. Stone. The BP6 will be in court this day in Tucson. Below is a tri-fold flyer that will be handed out.

All Out Against Borders Event in Tucson @ Dry River

Border Opposition Action Fund is honored to be a part of this event and supporting those who locked down inside the Border Patrol Headquarters on May 21, 2010.