Monthly Archives: June 2011

Monitor Features Ian Clement’s Mango Pickle

by Garret Ean June 30, 2011 Today’s Concord Monitor featured an in-depth piece on Ian Clement’s upcoming film Mango Pickle. Thanks to Sarah Earle for the story with multiple shots from the film which you’ll find only in print, or … Continue reading

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Activism and Arrests Panel at PorcFest 2011

by Garret Ean June 29, 2011 This year’s Porcupine Freedom Festival drew many noteworthy figures from the liberty movement to the granite state. The festival spanned from June 20-26, and on Saturday, a panel moderated by Jason Talley of the … Continue reading

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Concord Insider Profiles Free Concord Activism

Many thanks to Ben Conant and Amy Augustine of The Concord Insider for featuring Garret Ean and FreeConcord.org activism as one of four profiles in their centerfold Independence Day story, Who Loves America More Than You? Meet a few of … Continue reading

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Orlando Arrest Campaign Against Feeding the Homeless

by Garret Ean June 21, 2011 Over the past few weeks, Orlando, Florida police have arrested at least 21 activists with the collective Food Not Bombs, an organization devoted to providing food to the hungry in public as an alternative … Continue reading

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Ticketed for Bicycling or Recording?

by Garret Ean June 19, 2011 Late last night, I was enjoying a bike ride through town with two friends. On a residential road, one of my friend’s bicycle chain snaps, causing him to fall onto the bike which skidded … Continue reading

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Vigil for Victims of the Drug War Marks Conflict’s 40th Year

by Garret Ean June 18, 2011 Yesterday at 8:00pm a candlelight vigil was held on the sidewalk in front of the state house for victims of the war on drugs. June 17 marked the 40th Anniversary of Richard Nixon’s declaration … Continue reading

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Political Self-Immolation in Keene

by Garret Ean June 17 2011 It was confirmed yesterday that a suicide by self-immolation which occurred Wednesday was an act of protest against the Cheshire County Court and Monadnock Family Services. Political self-immolations are a rare worldwide phenomenon which … Continue reading

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