Marseille, France: Vegan food & film projection to support those accused of recent demos in the city

Labour law or not, in Marseille, as elsewhere, the repression strikes those who have chose to stand up to power. Don’t leave them on their own to face the judicial horror.

Wednesday 27th April 2006, at Raccoon, Place du Lycée Thiers, Marseille
7pm Vegan food, liberation price for the anti-repression fund
9pm Film screening of Une Minute de Silence [One Minute of Silence]. 1998 Fiction, 80mins.
“December ’95: during a social movement, youth of Lorraine go on strike and organise to lead the revolt”
Click here for the trailer.

You can also bring non-perishable vegan food and basic necessity products, as we’re permanently organising a collection for the prisoners of Beaumettes and for migrants.

Accessible to people in wheelchairs.

No macho/fascist/racist/speciesist/hompophobic/transphobic/etc…

Contact: raccoon-mars @@@

[Translated by Squat!net from on April 21st.

For articles on the demonstrations and direct actions in the context of the Labour Law visit Contra Info, or for a broader analytical article on the Spring movement in France see Rabble.]