UK Free Spaces Newswire Archive
29-10-2005 10:03We were 24 glad cyclists who turned up in Gustaf Adolfs Torg in central Gothenburg to celebrate cycling and celebrate we did. Nothing in comparison to London’s thousands but still it was our first ride.
Today is the first London Critical Mass ride after participants were informed about possible arrests at future Critical Mass rides. The Metropolitan Police demanded that the 'organisers' give notice of the route at least six days in advance [report]. The Rhythms of Resistance Samba Band has been practicing samba on wheels.
We would also like to encourage people to bring along some vegan food for everyone to share too. If you need some culinary inspiration check out these great vegan recipies and FnB's food logistics http://www.foodnotbombs.net/bookrecipes.html
Be at MATILDA For our usual Social Thursday and Join the Artists Celebrations
for report and other info see
Please watch Polish Indymedia and DeCentrum websites for
more info and please start telephone/fax/email pressure on
25-10-2005 18:29A full account of the Katrina/New Orleans crisis. From police murders, to the National Gaurd, to the flooded Ninth Ward, to Whiskey in the French Quarter.
24-10-2005 12:17Just heard the seven people who were arrested during the incident outside the Coronet pub next to where the anarchist bookfair took place on saturday have been released.
23-10-2005 15:42Some Cambridge Critical Mass dudes are off to London!
23-10-2005 03:20I recently had the good fortune to read Henry David Thoreau's essay "Civil Disobedience". I did not realise it when I first started reading but this essay has a most remarkable history. Tolstoy, Gandhi and Martin Luther King have all read and been influenced by it. Emma Goldman, the American anarchist, was arrested for reading Thoreau's essay from a public platform in 1917.
21-10-2005 14:50Looking for creative and artistic productions connected to globalisation (other tipocs are also welcome)
20-10-2005 17:32St. Agnes Place, Kennington, is London’s oldest squatted street. Two hundred people are threatened with imminent eviction and the twenty-something Victorian terraced houses are soon to be demolished.
20-10-2005 16:45If you are going to be in London for the anarchist boof fair then...