Roots of Resistance Camp
14 Sep 2006 13:08 GMT
From Project Steev:"This past weekend I and 4 other Tucson activists drove to San Diego for the Roots of Resistance Summer Camp. The Organic Collective had organized it to get people, mostly border activists, to come and share skills and talk about plans. It was a really great time and really inspiring... I took a few photos, not only of the camp but our brief visit to the border wall on the beach - where there are gaps in the wall right now big enough that people can easily squeeze through, and do. Mexicans were casually slipping over and wandering the sand, but a border patrol truck on the hill was making sure no one went too far. We played soccer and talked with some of the Tijuanans for awhile. It was really cool. The whole weekend was just really really awesome.
From lotu5:"I spent this past weekend at the o.r.g.a.n.i.c. collective's Roots of Resistance Camp, rootcamp. It was an amazing experience, with people there from Arizona, Los Angeles, Orange County and lots of new and old faces from San Diego."
Photos from rootcamp posted on flickr/detritusPhotos from rootcamp on flickr/lotusThe Art of Rebel Clowning workshop handout
tents and drawing brainstorming
sleeping bag encampment
david rovics doing an anti-war song
minutemen vs cop roleplay in the clowning workshop
rebel clowning workshop
The CIRCA Boredom Patrol