“…beat the gong of revolt, and stop with fugitives and them that plot and conspire.” –Walt Whitman
April, 2011 Earth Day Action
April 2011 Earth Day Action
April, 2010: Earth Day Climb Action
Earth Day Action 2010
High Line Banner Drop Sept., 2009
We Say Occupy: Tent City at JPMorgan Lot in Harlem
New York Times Video: Illicit Tagging for A Good Cause May, 2008
10,000 March without a Permit to Oppose Bigotry of Mormon Leaders – Nov 12, 2008
Wall Street Occupation 2009
Resisting NYPD’s Crackdown on Public Assembly
Direct Action at the Mexican Consulate following the 2006 Oaxaca Uprising and the assassination of my long-time friend and collaborator Brad Will.
July 31st, 2003, Qalqilya, Occupied Palestine: The Israeli army announced completion of Stage 1 of their separation wall. We launched a nonviolent direct action that included a high flying banner, paint balloons and graffiti, and hundreds of Israeli and Palestinian peace activists trying to greet each through a gate blockaded by tanks and soldiers.
September 12, 2002: Earth to Bush Action. This is the day that President George W. Bush first argued before the UN that we must wage war in Iraq.
Esperanza Blockade: In 1999, we created a six-month blockade to defend a community garden in the East Village. Homesteaders, anarcho-punks, environmentalists, students and others tended a bonfire and erected an aerial fort in the shape of el coqui, a frog that in scares away invaders in Puerto Rican legends. Defying court orders, Mayor Giuliani sent hundreds of police officers to remove us, along with a bulldozer to raze the garden. As a result, the judge in the case, along with the state attorney general, Elliot Spitzer, were so enraged that they put a temporary moratorium on the destruction of all community gardens in New York.