Monthly Archives: March 2013

Protesters seriously hamper, maybe shut down last night of Rock Creek deer kill

On the 30th of March, protesters returned to Military Road and Oregon Ave. at least one protester showed himself to the police from the woods during the day. At night, patrol elements prowled the roads through and around the park, … Continue reading

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Rock Creek Park Deer Kill protester reports laser sight shined on chest

The 28th of March marked the second night of protests against the Park Service using USDA snipers to kill deer in Rock Creek Park. Banners were held at the intersection of Military Road and Oregon Ave, and I was told … Continue reading

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Tar Sands Protesters enter , shut down TD Bank for 3ed time in 5 days

On the morning of March 23, protesters from Climate First! opposing the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline once again entered the branch at 15th and P streets. This is the same branch of “Tar Dollar Bank” that got the early … Continue reading

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Circus Animal Abuse video projected on walls of Verizon Center

At the closing of the Ringlings Brothers and Barnum Bailey circus’s last show of March 22nd, some circusgoers got a shocking extra act: video of animal abuse by circus “trainers,” projected onto the walls of the Verizon Center. Video-video projection, … Continue reading

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Tar Sands protestors storm TD Bank, Valero, 5 arrests at Valero and 25 at the White House

On the 21st of March, Risin Tide DC backed by Chesapeake Earth First and area street activists marched from the “Klanadian Embassy” to TD Bank and Valero, both of them tar sands profiteers.TD Bank is the largest commerical lender, and … Continue reading

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Bullhooks brandished at Ringlings elephant parade

On the 19th of March, Ringling Brothers and Barnum Bailey Circus force-marched the elephants forced to perform in their show from South Capitol Street to the Verizon Center. The elephants were accompanied by handlers in the shadows besides them, brandishing … Continue reading

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Tar Sands protesters lock to concrete-filled trash can at TB Bank

Early on the morning of the 19th of March, protesters with Tar Sands Blockade Solidarity entered the TD Bank at 15th and P streets and locked down to a trash can filled with concrete. Video including interview with one of … Continue reading

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