Infoshop Picture of the Week

June 28, 2006

Activists fly a kite to protest against the cultivation of genetically modified maize. A French court of appeal convicted 49 activists for destroying a crop of genetically modified (GM) maize, quashing an earlier court ruling which found their actions were justified.(AFP/DDP/File/Michael Kappeler)

June 7, 2006

Demonstrators dressed as U.S. President George W. Bush (L), Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, (2nd L), Vice President Dick Cheney (2nd R) and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld protest against Bush's administration in front of the White House in Washington, June 6, 2006. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES)

May 26, 2006

Thousands of people march to protest against racism and violence in the streets of Antwerp, Belgium, Friday May 26, 2006. Up to 20,000 people participated in a silent march Friday to protest against racism and violence, in wake of the murder of a toddler and her black female baby sitter two weeks ago. The march was organized as a show of solidarity with minorities across Belgium and as a way to ease ethnic tensions in Antwerp, said Mayor Patrick Janssens, who with other municipal leaders walked at the end of the march, out of respect for the families of the victims who urged politicians not to use the march to win political points. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

May 10, 2006

Mayday march in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Milwaukee Indymedia)

April 26, 2006

The Chernobyl nuclear power plant overlooks the ghost city of Pripyat, on April 20. The world prepared to mark with vigils and protests the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, the devastating nuclear accident that ravaged this corner of eastern Europe, shocked the planet and continues to affect millions of people.(AFP/File/Sergei Supinsky)

March 30, 2006

Policemen push students blocking the trains out of the Gare de Lyon railways station in Paris. French President Jacques Chirac is expected to sign into law a contested youth jobs contract that has sparked weeks of sometimes violent protests, after a committee of experts removed the last legal obstacle.(AFP/Eric Feferberg)

March 15, 2006

French riot policemen surround a student outside the Sorbonne after they stormed Paris' famous university where hundreds of students were holed up. French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin was set to try to defuse student anger after police stormed the Sorbonne university with teargas to smash protest against a controversial new labour law.(AFP/Olivier Laban-Mattei)

March 2, 2006

Osugi Sakae's public funeral (December 16, 1923) (Photo: Cast)

February 10, 2006

student demonstration in Paris
Student demonstration in Paris, Feb. 7, 2006 (Photo: Hugo)

February 2, 2006

T-shirts at FSA conference in Venezuela. (Photo: phoolandevi)

January 27, 2006

Greenpeace activists sit in their inflatable boat
Members of the audience, some wearing black hoods, stand up and turn their backs on Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, rear center, as he speaks at Georgetown University Law School Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2006. Answering the Bush administration's critics, Gonzales said Tuesday that warrantless surveillance is critical to prevent another terrorist attack within the United States. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

January 15, 2006

Greenpeace activists sit in their inflatable boat
Greenpeace activists sit in their inflatable boat after a harpoon fired from a Japanese whaling ship narrowly missed them in the Southern Ocean January 14, 2006. Greenpeace said the harpoon had been fired directly over their boat into a Minke whale, but their boat got caught up in the rope coming from the harpoon back to the whaling vessel. One of the activists fell overboard and grabbed the rope to climb back aboard. REUTERS/Greenpeace

January 2, 2006

A protestor wearing a Philippines flag
A protestor wearing a Philippines flag and symbolically chained during an anti-US protest near the US embassy in Manila, 09 December. Two US Marines who were accused of raping a Filipina woman have been allowed to leave the Philippines after prosecutors decided not to file charges against them(AFP/File/Jay Directo)

December 1, 2005

Naval Academy midshipmen sleep in their seats
Naval Academy midshipmen sleep in their seats as they wait for President George Bush to arrive at the Academy in Annapolis, Md., Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2005. Bush is scheduled to give a speech later in the morning. (AP Photo/Chris Gardner)

November 15, 2005

 A South Korean protester swings a hoe over an effigy depicting U.S. President George W. Bush
A South Korean protester swings a hoe over an effigy depicting U.S. President George W. Bush at a rally against the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul, November 14, 2005. Leaders of economies around the Pacific rim gather this week for a meeting that has evolved from an economic talk-shop into a forum for problems as wide-ranging as birdflu, trade and terrorism. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho

October 5, 2005

Common Ground meeting
New Orleans, Algiers neighborhood -- Morning collective meeting of the Common Ground Clinic. (Photo: Action Hero Network)

September 1, 2005

Police escort a young cyclist off the road during a protest through the streets of central Sydney
Wed Aug 31, 3:04 AM ET -- Police escort a young cyclist off the road during a protest through the streets of central Sydney August 31, 2005. Police broke up a demonstration by Anti-globalisation activists angered by the fifth annual Forbes CEO Conference being staged at the Sydney Opera House. REUTERS/Will Burgess

May 10, 2005

Anti-capitalist protests in Texas
Critical Mass ride, April 2005, New York City. (Photo Credit: James Brennaman)

April 18, 2005

Anti-capitalist protests in Texas
"Spank The Bank" A16 Solidarity Protest in Dallas. Two dancers on top of a wall at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has been known to work hand and hand with organizations such as the IMF and World Bank. (Photo Credit: Ryan Chamberlin)

April 1, 2005

Alabama state troopers swing nightsticks
The Bretton Woods Derby was held today at 10am in front of the World Bank headquarters at 1818 H st. NW in Washington DC. It has been a decade since we last saw such a one horse race for President of the World Bank. This years horse is Paul Wolfowitz, best known for role as architect of the Iraq war. A little about our horse, Wolfowitz: He is a purebred neo-liberal with a fine lineage. His father, War, has been very successful in crushing his competitors. He was last seen in the Iraq Pillage Derby. His Mother, Capitalism, has always been a favorite. But she has also received a lot of assistance from her trainer, the Almighty Dollar. It is worth noting that our racer was recently wedded to Empire, well there's no stopping him now! (Mobilization for Global Justice)

March 7, 2005

Alabama state troopers swing nightsticks
Alabama state troopers swing nightsticks to break up a civil rights voting march in Selma, Ala., March 7, 1965. As several hundred marchers crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge to begin a protest march to Montgomery, state troopers assaulted the crowd with clubs and whips. Dozens of congressional delegates and thousands of others are to re-enact the march on Sunday, March 6, 2005. (AP Photo/File)

February 17, 2005

Anti war protesters wave placards and chant slogans outside Britain's Houses of Parliament
Anti war protesters wave placards and chant slogans outside Britain's Houses of Parliament, London, Tuesday Feb. 15, 2005. St. Stephen's Tower, commonly known as Big Ben, can be seen in the background.The protest is one of a series of events staged across the UK and mark the second anniversary of the huge anti-war march in London which saw more than a million people take part in the demonstration in a bid to stop Iraq being invaded. (AP Photo/John D McHugh)

February 3, 2005

Black bloc at anti-Bush march, Washington, DC
Photos of Jan. 20 Inauguration
by Eric Blair
02 Feb 2005
Here are some photos of the first half of the Anarchist Resistance March against Bush's Inaugural parade and for a better world.

January 19, 2005

Russian pensioners march with a red flag
Russian pensioners march with a red flag and a poster reading 'Putin and United Russia are grave diggers for people!' during a protest demonstration in central Kazan, January 19, 2005. Russia's government will spend up to 105 billion roubles ($3.7 billion) this year, mainly on increasing pensions, to soften the impact of welfare reforms on the old, Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said. REUTERS/Maxim Bogodvid

January 3, 2005

 People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, in southern Sri Lanka on January 2, 2005. Heavy rains and fresh floods disrupted aid to Asia's tsunami-hit villages as the U.N. refugee agency started a 400-tonairlift as part of a $2 billion relief operation to save millions struggling to survive. Tropical rains in Indonesia's northern Aceh province, with more than half of the 127,000 known dead, and flooding along Sri Lanka's low-lying coast halted some aid deliveries. Rescuers were already struggling to cope with the logistical nightmare of reaching devastated villages cut off from the world. (Yves Herman/Reuters)

December 13, 2004

A red-tailed hawk known as Pale Male
A red-tailed hawk known as Pale Male(R) watches his mate Lola(L) land on their nest on the cornice of a Fifth Avenue apartment building in New York in this undated photo. Incensed bird lovers intensified their protests on December 11, 2004 outside the ritzy Upper East Side building that removed the nest even as meetings were set to discuss bringing back the hawk's home. Photo by Reuters

November 20, 2004

Demonstrators in Santiago, Chile
Demonstrators in Santiago, Chile, Friday, Nov. 19, 2004 in protest of this weekend's APEC summit and President Bush's visit. (AP Photo/Tomas Munita)

November 11, 2004

Greenpeace activists wearing costumes throw plastic bottles
Greenpeace activists wearing costumes throw plastic bottles in front of Coca-Cola Company plant in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004 to protest against contamination. Greenpeace supporters called on the company to find ways to better dispose of the plastic bottles it uses for bottling, saying the discarded bottles contribute to trash build-up in the Argentine capital.(AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

October 26, 2004

Belgian nurses on strike
A Belgian nurse, dressed up as a witch, points her finger during a protest in Brussels, October 21, 2004. About 1,500 nurses protested on Thursday for better pay and work conditions. REUTERS/Thierry Roge

October 19, 2004

Mother and daughter
A mother comforts her daughter, wearing a Shirt with the slogan 'what will happen to us kids?' during a rally against planned job cuts of General Motors German unit Adam Opel AG in downtown Bochum, October 19, 2004. Embittered General Motors workers and readied protests across Europe on Tuesday against plans by the world's biggest carmaker to chop its staff in the region by nearly a fifth in a bid to halt chronic losses. GM's German unit Adam Opel AG is poised to absorb the brunt of up to 12,000 job cuts over the next two years. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

October 10, 2004

Animal rights activist mimick turtles
For the turtles : Animal rights activists mimick turtles as crawl on the beach of Kuta, in Bali island during a protest calling for the protection of the local ecosystem. (AFP/Str )

September 27, 2004

Izar shipyard workers try to dismantle train tracks
Izar shipyard workers try to dismantle train tracks as a train approaches during a protest in San Fernando, southern Spain September 27, 2004. The workers are protesting against plans to split up state-owned shipbuilder Izar, a major local employer, and privatise part of the firm. REUTERS/Anton Meres

September 8, 2004

March from Boston to New York City
by Edgar Mata
08 Sep 2004
The DNC2RNC Democracy Uprising March, a 258-mile march from the Democratic National Convention in Boston to the Republican National Convention in NYC.

July 17, 2004

An angry protester slams a bicycle
An angry protester slams a bicycle against the City Council building in Buenos Aires, while legislators were discussing the new city's Misdemeanors Code inside, July, 16, 2004. Opponets of the new changes, including street vendors, prostitutes, transvestites and leftist parties, broke windows and the main gates of the building before clashing with police. REUTERS/Santiago Pandolfi

May 6, 2004

Irish police hold back protesters
Irish police hold back protesters gathered outside Phoenix Park in Dublin, Saturday May 1, 2004, during ceremonies attended by European leaders, marking the expansion of the European Union to 25 countries.(AP Photo/John Giles, PA)

March 23, 2004

Black bloc in San Francisco
San Francisco: Pictures From Beginning Of M20 Breakaway Protest
by Z (SF Bay Area Indymedia)
Tuesday, Mar. 23, 2004

February 24, 2004

Bush as Pinocchio in Germany
President Bush is depicted with a long nose on a carnival float during the traditional carnival parade in Duesseldorf, western Germany, on Monday, Feb. 23, 2004. The writing on Bush's nose reads: Iraq possess weapons of mass destruction (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

February 12, 2004

Naked PETA protest in Paris
Members of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) protest on the Champs Elysees avenue against the wearing of fur, Thursday, Feb.12, 2004 in Paris. On posters can be read: 'No to fur', or, 'Yes to Love'. (AP Photo/Franck Prevel)

January 31, 2004

US President George W. Bush, seen here 29 January 2003, will outline on Monday a record 521-billion-dollar budget deficit for 2004, an administration source said on condition of anonymity(AFP/File/Paul Richards)

January 12, 2004

An antiglobalization activist, surrounded by riot police, protests against the Special Summit of the Americas in Monterrey, Mexico.
An antiglobalization activist, surrounded by riot police, protests against the Special Summit of the Americas in Monterrey, Mexico.(AFP/Mario Vasquez)

December 23, 2003

Masked unemployed demonstrators in Argentina stand near the presidential palace as they demand a creation of jobs and amnesty for group members arrested during protests, in Buenos Aires, December 22, 2003. The protesters also urged an investigation of a homemade bomb in Plaza de Mayo, which injured 23 people during a mass rally on December 20 to commemorate the second anniversary of former Argentine President Fernando de la Rua's resignation. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

October 22, 2003

Anti-Bush demonstration in Manila
Fiery welcome for Bush in Manila
by Tonyo Cruz (imc-pilipinas)
Quezon City, Philippines (2:45 pm) – Filipinos demanding national freedom today burned one hundred US flags in protest as Air Force One unloaded the world's No. 1 terrorist leader, George W. Bush, who is now in Manila for an eight-hour visit to the Philippines, infamously known as an American neocolony

September 11, 2003

Masked protester at Cancun anti-WTO protests
A protester covers his face with a shirt listing the sites of previous demonstrations, September 11, 2003 in Cancun, Mexico. Protesters continued to throw stones at riot police outside the Cancun hotel district where the WTO ministerial meeting is being held. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

June 3, 2003

Dumpster set on fire at G8 protests
Anti-G8 demonstrators block a street with a burning container in downtown Lausanne during a protest march in the Swiss city across Lake Geneva from Evian, site of the G8 summit June 1, 2003. A few hundred demonstrators, many wearing balaclavas and masks, marched through Lausanne smashing shop windows and looting two petrol stations. REUTERS/Dominique Favre

February 15, 2003

Dupes for peace Eric Wagner

December 15, 2002
Black bloc at EU summit
Bilder vom Protest gegen den EU-Gipfel 2002 in Kopenhagen:

October 9, 2002
Anti-capitalist protest in Japan
Japan: Protest Action to IMF Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
September 27, 2002
Coming in Hibiya park (back is the Fukoku building IMF-OAP been in)

August 28, 2002
Anti-Nazi Rally in Washington, DC
8/24/02: Anti-Nazi Rally Photographs
by mike madden
8:07pm Sat Aug 24 '02

July 3, 2002
Homeless child in Brazil
June 2002. Street kid sleeps in the pavement. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Photo by Latuff

April 24, 2002
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Beth (aka Horehound, aka Dumpster Leg) O'Brien
On Saturday, 22-year-old Beth O'Brien died in a fall from a tree sit at Eagle Creek (Oregon). A statement from the Cascadia Forest Alliance can be found here. The NY Times also reported this tragic incident. "Beth was a super-hoba/deluxe dumpster-diver/foobnotbomber/treesitter/warrior who knew and touched a lot of people." Email notes of support to her friends and family can be sent to

April 13, 2002

Resisting the occupation
Resistance in Occupied Palestine

March 6, 2002
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Anarchist march in Poland
March 2002
photos by:

December 16, 2001
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Anarchist march in Brussels
December 15, 2001
photos by:

November 25

Women in Black Protest in San Francisco
Women in Black Protest in San Francisco
November 23, 2001
photos by: hovering
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November 11

Anti-WTO Protest in Washington, DC

October 20, 2001

Boston Anarchists Protest the War
Boston Anarchists Protest the War

October 3

Anti-Capitalist Youth Burn Flag
Demonstrators set fire to an American flag Saturday, Sept. 29, 2001, during protests in Washington. Activists and anarchists chanted "No War" as they took to the streets Saturday, their anti-globalization cause transformed by the terrorist attacks into a call for peace. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

August 19

Free Mexican Political Prisoners

August 3

Occupation of the Italian Consulate in Amsterdam.
by Ron 1:27pm Wed Aug 1 '01