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Bloomington People’s History Poster Series


These were released last summer but the digital files were only recently sent our way.  Most of the posters below will be in both .jpg (for online viewing) and .pdf (for printing) formats and are sized for tabloid (11×17) printing.  As far as we know, the project is still under way and open to submissions.

blacklitle500sitin1.  Sit-in by the Black student community and United Anti-Racist Movement against the Little 500, 1968.


2.  The Black Market / People’s Park, 1968.

Printable .pdf: theblackmarket

I693.  Resistance to I-69, 1990-Present

Printable five page .pdf:  I-69.

ecoactionposter4.  Some Earth Liberation Front and Animal Liberation Front actions, 1997-2003.

Printable .pdf: ecoaction

prometheustree5.  The Prometheus Treesit, 2001

Printable .pdf: prometheustree

samposter6.  Samantha Jane Dorsett, 1975-2009.


Solidarity Call-in Tomorrow with Westville Prisoners


westvillesolidarity(1)Print and distribute everywhere, in 8.5×11 halfsheets:  westvillesolidarity.

Background (including words from the prisoners):

Tuesday January 14th 8am – Emergency Call-in Day

On Monday, January 13th, Indiana prisoners being detained in Westville

Correctional Facility began to refuse the nutritionally deficient,

unappetizing cold sack lunches they have been forced to endure over the

past several months and have issued a call for solidarity. A mass call-in,

starting at 8am on Tuesday, is being planned to put pressure on IDOC

officials and Aramark Correctional Services to reinstitute hot lunch


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Microphone Demo Against Repression this Tuesday, May 15th


We’re calling for a public demonstration in response to the series of arrests at Occupy demonstrations, of anarchist comrades, and those involved in various local struggles.  Rather than accept this flurry of legal cases and police harassment or shift responsibility to those individuals facing charges, we believe it’s vital to socially contest state repression.

Meet at noon at People’s Park (Kirkwood and Grant) for music, hanging out, and flyering.

Court dates are at 1.30 and 2 pm at the Courthouse.

A new poster and two-sided flyer about the recent repression and examining the police strategy can be found here and here.

IU Art Auditorium OCCUPIED – Get over here!



IU Art Auditorium is currently being Occupied, get down here ASAP!  There will be food, hanging out, movies, discussions, and anything else your heart desires.

The auditorium is located in the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts, the building on your left when you come into the traffic circle at the dead-end of 7th st on campus.  The auditorium is the first room on your left when you walk in the front door.

For blow-by-blow action, follow @OccupyIU

We’re having an indoor demo!

CrimethInc. WORK Book Tour Coming to Bloomington Oct. 28th


From CrimethInc.:

After so much technological progress, why do we have to work more than ever before? How is it that the harder we work, the poorer we end up compared to our bosses? When the economy crashes, why do people focus on protecting their jobs when no one likes working in the first place? Can capitalism survive another century of crises?

Our newest book, entitled Work, addresses these questions and a great many more. To answer them, we had to revisit our previous analysis of employment and develop a more nuanced understanding of the economy. We spent months studying obscure history and comparing notes about how we experience exploitation in our daily lives, slowly hammering out a grand unified theory of contemporary capitalism.

Join us for a high-energy discussion of how capitalism has changed over the past several years and what it means for workers.  We’ll scrutinize recent examples of resistance in the US and overseas to propose anti-capitalist strategies for the 21st century.


The event will be at 7pm on Friday, October 28th, at Boxcar Books (408 e. 6th st, Bloomington, Indiana).  Free!

Here’s the poster for the event:

printable .pdf  WORK

[ pssst it’s legal size, so don’t be surprised if it prints weird.  ]