Seattle's protest really looks to be digging in on Capitol Hill for the long haul.
So much mutual aid and young folks looking to maintain a presence.
check out this twitter account for some just really great examples of people coming together:
Here's the thing, this doesn't ever have to stop. This is what community looks like.
austerity isn't just when the state stops paying for things, austerity is when the state _replaces_ material support for people's needs with violent repression
my actual boss has outright said that people who didn't support the riots basically weren't welcome in our store or community, which I thought was a better statement
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