LA Weekly, “Gnarly Charly Is Just Your Average Anarcho-Punk Chicano Bike Activist”

“On the council, I learned a lot about the system,” he says. “Of course I wanted to be more radical. I follow anarchy — it was ‘infiltrate and hide in plain sight.’ So I’ve been doing the Bartertown festivals — the first was down in Joshua Tree — and afterward I thought I’d like to do one in an urban setting.”

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