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In Solidarity with the militants of Cincinnati
by Anti-Racist Action Cincinnati Organizing Comm (cincyara [at] hotmail.com)
Friday Jun 1st, 2001 1:39 PM
In Solidarity with the militants of Cincinnati
In Solidarity with the militants of Cincinnati

A series of large mobilizations including marches and rallies, have been organized by a variety of groups for June 1st - 3rd in Cincinnati. Different groups have come at the situation from different perspectives. All are united in wanting to end police racism, brutality and murder in Cincinnati

Anti-Racist Action is inspired and energized by the array of creative forms of resistance to tyranny that have emerged in Cincinnati since the murder of Timothy Thomas in early April. We declare our solidarity and support for all resistance and all resistors. There is no form of resistance that is “too much.”

Some groups mobilizing for this event do not share our broad and united view of struggle, and seek to exclude and police activists and freedom fighters. We are opposed to any attempts by any groups to police other protesters.

We find threats to marginalize, isolate, or exclude anyone from the struggle against tyranny to be a contradiction to any real concept of solidarity or unity. We declare that any efforts to point any protesters out to police is not acceptable.

We reserve the right to protect ourselves from any attacks. We take a dim view of any collaboration with the police, especially in the context of marches and rallies against police that are daily committing acts of brutality and murder in the community, and are currently holding 500 people prisoner as a result of the Cincinnati Rebellion.

We reiterate our sincere comradely love and solidarity for all people fighting against terror and oppression. We hope to move forward arm and arm with all sincere resistors to a new society free of racism and terror.

Down with the Police State! Amnesty for All Prisoners of the Cincinnati Rebellion!

Anti-Racist Action Cincinnati Organizing Committee
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