Pacific Standard, “The Protest That Never Ended”

“These are my friends,” Carrefour says, “and if we expect people to come out and put themselves on the line, then we need to have their backs.” That job ended up being a lot bigger than anticipated, but they’re approaching it with seriousness — and with anarchist good humor.

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