For the inspiration of revolutionary feelings

Aftermath of police raid and burned out RCMP vehicles, Oct 17, 2013. ELSIPOGTOG FIRST NATION, NB

Haudenosaunee delegation crosses the U.S.-Canada border at Niagara Falls on July 14, 1928. It is the “Return of Border Crossing Privileges to all Indians First Annual Celebration.”

A woman member of the American Indian Movement sits with rifle at ready on the steps of a building in Wounded Knee. March 3, 1973

Acknowledging the endless work of Indigenous Women from around the World – on International Women’s Day. – F.A.I.R.

Beau Dick Copper Cutting Ceremony in Victoria to “Shame” Government. Eye of the Mind Photography

Zapatista fighters on patrol in Chiapas forest.

February 29, 1969, a group of Seattle Panthers gathered on the steps of the Capitol in Olympia to protest a gun control bill, mirroring a similar demonstration in Sacramento, CA

Associated Press/Dario Lopez-Mills – In this photo taken Friday Jan. 18, 2013, masked and armed militia men sit in the back of a pick-up truck at the entrance to the town of Ayutla, Mexico where they protect the community from drug cartels and corrupt police

Erika, a 15-year-old girl and Hungarian Freedom Fighter, carries a machine gun in Budapest during the revolution, 1956. She was eventually shot by the Soviets. Photo by Vagn Hansen

Anarchist and Professional MMA fighter Jeff Monson faces off with the police.

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About Vince

I am a Tlingit, born and raised in Tlingit Country, and a proud member of the Tlingit Nation.
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One Response to For the inspiration of revolutionary feelings

  1. What? No Provos? This will get ya goin’

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