Fall Movie Series

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota

3ms copyNovember 15th: Stop The Re-Route

A documentary on the 1998-99 land occupation known as the Minnehaha Free State which blocked construction of Highway 55 through Minnehaha Park. 7:00 PM

November 29th: Kanehsatake

On the 1990 Oka Crisis during which Mohawk warriors defended native land against development. 8:00 PM

December 13th: Little Black Fishes

On the brutal war against Kurds in southeast Turkey as told by those who grew up in the heat of conflict. 7:00 PM

Minnehaha Free Space

3747 Minnehaha Ave S

The Minnehaha Free Space is a social center based in Minneapolis for over five years now. Unfortunately, this autumn their new landlord has raised the rent a ridiculous amount, something becoming all too familiar these days. If you can, please bring a donation to help the Minnehaha Free Space pay their rent until they can find a new location. You can also donate through their website.

November & December Prisoner Letter Writing Nights

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota

plwn-sq copyFirst Thursday of Every Month

Walker Church

3104 16th Ave S

7:00 PM

Join us for the monthly prisoner letter writing night at Walker Church. Each month we sign birthday cards and write letters to prisoners in an effort to break the isolation imposed by prison walls.

November 3rd – Striking prisoners

Many prisoners are facing retaliation for participating in various actions as a part of the September 9th nationwide prison strike. In times like this, they need our support more than ever.

December 1st – Marius Mason

Marius is an anarchist and trans prisoner serving a 22 year sentance for property destruction claimed by the Earth Liberation Front. More information at his support site.



Noise Demo At The Youth Jail

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota

o22-SQIn response to the call for the October 15th-22nd week of actions in solidarity with the prison strike, a noise demonstration will take place in Minneapolis on October 22nd at 7:00pm.

On September 9th prisoners across the U.S. went on strike against prison slavery. Inmates from Virginia to Alabama refused work, revolts exploded from Florida to South Carolina while inmates from Ohio to California began hunger strikes in the first weeks of the strike. On September 10th, a noise demo was held in Minneapolis to express solidarity with the strike.

The struggle against prisons can never be limited to a single day or action. Let’s continue to act in solidarity with prison rebels and send some love to everyone locked up by the state and their racist police forces. On October 22nd we will once again remind those imprisoned right here in Minneapolis that they are not alone.

Meet at Elliot Park at 7:00pm on October 22nd.

Film Screening For The Prison Strike

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota


Thursday, October 13th

Minnehaha Free Space

3747 Minnehaha Ave S

7:00 PM

In solidarity with the nationwide prison strike which began on September 9th, the anniversary of the Attica rebellion, we will be showing the movie Dog Day Afternoon. There will also be more information available about the prison strike and ways to support the struggle against prison slavery.

The movie is based upon a real-life story that happened in the early seventies in which the Chase Manhattan Bank in Flatbush, Brooklyn, was held siege by a gay bank robber determined to steal enough money for his male lover to undergo a sex change operation.

Watch trailer here.

Echos of Rupture: Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Syria

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota

e copyWednesday, October 5th

Minnehaha Free Space

3747 Minnehaha Ave S

7:00 PM

Join us for a film screening of Echos of Rupture, produced by Spanish media collective Camara Negra. Based on interviews with Syrian activists displaced to Turkey, this film tells the story of the Syrian revolution from the perspective of its participants—not the geopolitical perspective common in the mainstream media, nor the discourse of terrorism repeated by the American and Assadist regimes alike.

Solidarity with the Syrian revolution begins with hearing the perspectives of those who participate in it, and this film is a step towards that.


Court support for Louis Hunter

From TC Radical Calendar

Philando Castile’s cousin Louis continues to need your support. Thank you to everyone who participated in the call-in in early August. Louis’ second court date has been set so we need to keep the momentum going as he still faces these trumped-up charges.

Attend Louis Hunter’s next court appearance on Monday, September 12th at 425 Grove St. in St. Paul.

See previous post here.

Running Down The Walls Twin Cities

From TC Radical Calendar

14051734_1224602484259088_8339315524325289501_nSunday, September 11th

Lake Harriet Bandshell

4135 W Lake Harriet Pkwy

11:00 AM

“If they haven’t got prisoners, we have stopped fighting. If our prisoners are forgotten about, they have beaten us.” -Keith Mann, ALF activist and former prisoner

This is a 5k event for political prisoners. Attendance is appreciated even if you do not run/jog/walk/bike. Just show up so those who fight for freedom are not forgotten.

Since 1999, political prisoners and support organizations across the country have held a 5k non-competitive run/jog/walk/bike event to raise awareness and funds for the numerous political prisoners currently held in North American prisons.

As part of this effort, we will be gathering from 11:00 to 3:00 at the Lake Harriet Bandshell, where there will be an informal picnic, good times, and even band aids on hands for all participants.

One loop around Lake Harriet is 5k, and we welcome all those who want to participate in the 5k in whatever manner, even just to cheer! We ask for a $10 donation, and all funds raised will go to the Anarchist Black Cross (ABC) Warchest Program which is designed to send monthly checks to those Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War who have been receiving insufficient, little, or no financial support during their imprisonment.

Vegan food and beverages will be on hand, but also feel free to bring something to share!

Noise Demo In Solidarity With The Nationwide Prison Strike

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota

noisedemoNoise demo at the youth jail!

8:00 PM on September 10th starting from Elliot Park in Minneapolis.

Starting on September 9th, prisoners will be going on strike across the U.S. To pull it off, this strike will require support from those of us on the outside as well.

Join us to send some love to everyone behind bars. Bring noisemakers, banners, and your friends.

More info: iwoc.noblogs.org and supportprisonerresistance.net

Who Are The Anarchists?

From TC Radical Calendar

13958014_1066388570095942_341716848590351671_oSunday, August 28th

Walker Church

3104 16th Ave S

3:00 PM

A discussion-based event exploring the relevance of anarchism in today’s protest movements.

Childcare provided. (Registration not required, but if you know you’ll want childcare ahead of time, please email tcantirepression@riseup.net so organizers can get a kidcount).

Call For Antifascists At Trump’s Fundraiser

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota

trumpmpls-graphicFriday, Aug. 19th
Minneapolis Convention Center at 5pm

Donald Trump thinks he will be having a fundraising event in Minneapolis on Friday, Aug. 19th. (The time and location are unknown at this time.) We think Trump and his supporters should get a rude awakening when they rear their fascist heads in Minnesota.

We are calling everyone who wants to stop the rise of fascism to come out and show Trump and his supporters that their racist, patriarchal, and all-around oppressive-as-fuck agenda will meet resistance and disruption wherever they go. We would like to invite people to engage in creative actions to show Trump that his politics and agenda will not find fertile ground in our communities.

Over the last number of months, the radical right has become emboldened by the rise of Trump and the success of his bid for the Republican nomination. As the Republican Party has moved even farther right with Trump and as the mainstream political discourse has shifted with it, the far right has become more public, vocal, and violent. Small racist gatherings around the country have been met with dozens or hundreds of counterprotesters, and some of those counterprotesters have been violently attacked–including being stabbed with a flagpole in Anaheim and with a knife in Sacramento.

Here at home, a white supremacist shot 5 people outside of the Fourth Precinct in North Minneapolis near the encampment set up to demand justice for Jamar Clark.

The violent fascism of the far right has hit close to home, and now they’re making yet another attempt to gain ground in our home. Join us on the 19th to show them that they have no ground to stand on here or anywhere!

We want to stress a few fundamental points about safety when engaging in struggle.

1) Due to the radical right’s willingness to shed blood, we urge everyone to have a buddy or crew at the protest to help keep each other safe.

2) We respect a diversity of tactics and an awareness of how everyone’s actions/inactions affect others in the streets.

3) We reject any public denunciations of other groups or individuals, as sowing distrust only serves to strengthen our enemies and does the work of the State.

Many people will come out to reject Trump and everything he stands for, and we will not all agree on our political analyses, preferences for tactics, etc. Yet we call on everyone to come out and focus their rage on the enemy at hand: Trump and his kind.

Love and rage,

some anarchists in Mpls

Drop the charges! Court support for Louis Hunter

From TC Radical Calendar

Stand in solidarity with Louis at his court appearance on Tuesday, August 9th at 1:15pm. 425 Grove St. in St. Paul.

Louis Hunter is one of the protesters arrested as part of a Black Lives Matter protest after the police killing of Philando Castile. Police arrested and/or ticketed 102 protesters for participating in the action. Some are facing simple misdemeanor charges, others gross misdemeanor 3rd degree riot and facing up to a year in prison. Louis, however, is facing two felony counts of 2nd degree riot while armed with a dangerous weapon. He is facing up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine. These are incredibly trumped-up charges.

Louis is the second cousin of Philando. His family is grieving and has been through too much already. Now, in addition to supporting his family in this difficult time, Louis is preparing to defend himself in court.


Free The Prisoners Noise Demo

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota

noisedemoOver fifty people are still being held in Ramsey Adult Detention Center after hundreds took over the freeway and confronted police for hours the night of the 9th. Make some noise at the jail until every last comrade is free!


Film Screening: Fundraiser for Sacramento Anti-Fascist Support Fund

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota

sacfsWednesday, July 6th

Minnehaha Free Space

3747 Minnehaha Ave S

7:00 PM

“Welcome to Leith” is an award-winning documentary on the
attempted takeover of a small North Dakota town by notorious neo-nazis and white supremacists.

Update: On June 26th, anti-fascists converged on Sacramento to shut down a planned rally by neo-fascist Traditionalist Workers Party at the State Capital. Several hundred anti-fasicsts chased out the handful of nazis that showed up, but not without intense clashes. In the fighting several were stabbed, including some antifa comrades. Join us to raise money to support the injured!

Anti-fascists in California are preparing to shut down a neo-nazi rally in the state capital of Sacramento on June 26th. This rally is being called for by the Traditionalist Workers Party, the National Socialist Movement, the KKK and more. More information on this mobilization can be found here.

Donate to the support fund here.

Report-back from Anti-KKK March in Stone Mountain, GA

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota

noklancolor-2Wednesday, June 15th

Minnehaha Free Space

3747 Minnehaha Ave S

7:00 PM

On April 23rd just outside of Atlanta a broad coalition of anti-racists confronted the KKK and the police as the former attempted to rally support for their toxic beliefs and the latter protected them.

Join us for a report-back from a participant in the march and a discussion on navigating ideological and tactical differences in order to organize against against racism here in Minnesota.

True Roots: A Benefit Show for the Dakota Access Pipeline Blockade

Anonymous submission to Conflict Minnesota

6.7 [LOW RES] True Roots FlyerSaturday, June 11th

Seward Cafe Outdoor Patio

2129 E Franklin Ave

2:00 PM

A benefit show to raise funds and consciousness for the Sacred Stone Camp fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Admission: $10 minimum (pay what you can)


  • Tall Paul
  • Guante
  • Truth Maze
  • Che Christ
  • Ashely Mari // Trippy Stylez
  • MonoPoleJoe
  • Kanu M
  • Keno Evol
  • Robert French AKA O.S.P.
  • Rob-1
  • DJ Verb X
  • The Cody Blackbird Band
  • Eric Mayson
  • Quese IMC
  • DJ Francisco

In case of rain: Red Sea Bar at 320 Cedar Ave (same date/time).