La Zone autonome a été reconnue par l'Industrial Workers of the World et félicitée par son magazine Industrial Worker.
Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best, left, talks with activist Raz Simone, right front, and others near a plywood-covered and closed Seattle police precinct behind them June 9, 2020, in Seattle, following protests over the death of George Floyd, a black man who was in police custody in Minneapolis.
Capitol Hill Occupied/Organized Protest (CHOP), established the evening of June 8, 2020 in the midst of the George Floyd protests in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, WA. Sen. Ernst on fake email from Iowa Farm Bureau circulating on Twitter, Apple releases TV channel for music videos, Trump campaign putting emphasis on foreign policy in the final presidential debate, NY Post op-ed editor: 'Gratified' DNI confirmed Hunter Biden story is not disinformation. Des manifestations non-violentes sont organisées, dont une « invasion » de l'hôtel de ville de Seattle, demandant la démission de la maire Jenny Durkan. But if people recognize you and they’re not fans of your work, there is a chance you’ll be confronted by a crowd asking you to leave. Le 11 juin, deux streams-vidéo sont mis en place, un sur Twitch et l'autre sur YouTube, permettant au monde entier de suivre en direct l'évolution de la situation à Capitoll Hill (voir #Liens externes). (If you know Seattle’s Capitol Hill, the idea of there being an Old Navy in the neighborhood is laughable, let alone the thought that any protester would be standing guard at it.). CHAZ.zone / CHOPseattle.com is a hub for information and resources about the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), a.k.a. calls around the country to "defund" departments, Seattle mayor, Washington governor fire back at Trump threat to handle protests. Pedestrians walk past a mural painted on plywood covering a window, June 8, 2020, in Seattle, near the site of a demonstration the night before at a Seattle police precinct where protests continued over the death of George Floyd, a black man who was in police custody in Minneapolis. 'Go back to your bunker': Seattle mayor, Washington governor fire back at Trump threat to handle protests. News reports describe the occupied area as peaceful and safe. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 3 octobre 2020 à 22:40. Le 9 juin 2020, des représentants de la Zone autonome de Capitol Hill ont rendu publique une liste de demandes sur le site Medium. Police officials have said they plan to return to the abandoned precinct, but there is no timeline. Ces demandes sont réparties en quatre catégories : économie, éducation, justice ainsi que santé et services à la personne. 6:30 p.m. – Police vacate area; first protesters & cyclists cross 12th Ave. Precinct sign covered to read "Seattle People Department", 2 p.m. – No Cop Co-op finishes construction; educational speakers & teach-ins at 12th/Pine, Community garden opens behind field in Cal Anderson Park, 10:30 p.m. – Screening of Ava DuVernay's documentary "13th", Night – "Welcome to Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone", 3 p.m. – People's Assembly/town hall meeting & discussion forum, Free Derry Corner-inspired "You are now entering Free Cap Hill", Organized trash & recycling collection begins; Seattle DSA chapter sets up tent at 11th/Pine northern crosswalk, CHAZ People's Library, Zines & Supplies table & People's Community Clinic open, Wall at corner of 11th & Pine (by Stout) painted, 7 p.m. – "Black Lives Matter" street mural begins; Tim Eyman visits and is booed away, 9:15 p.m. – Poetry reading & music by Marshall Law Band, 10:30 p.m. – Screening of "Paris Is Burning", Coloring in of white "Black Lives Matter" mural letters, 3 p.m. – Town hall meeting (planned daily), 5:55 p.m. – Police exit from precinct onto 12th to meet with more trying to breach barricade from Pike; depart shortly, shoving protesters & deploying pepper spray in the process, 6:20 p.m. – Street preachers cause disruption in 11th/Pine plaza, 10:00 p.m. – Community teach-ins & performances at 12th/Pine, 3 a.m. – Individual attempts to set fire to East Precinct, quickly extinguished by others, 9:45 a.m. – Basketball hoop set up in 11th/Pine plaza, No Cop Co-op sets up additional water, fruit/vegetables & canned goods tables due to influx of donations, "CHAZ People's Library" changes name to "Anti-racist Library", The Communications Project (effort to connect people with reliable organizations) sets up tent (one day only), Buskers & more local businesses with free food appear, "Pay the Fee" Tiny Library opens in playfield, "Register to Vote" booth set up by precinct, People begin queueing to climb ladder to roof on the side of Rhino Room building, Chaplain booth moves from 12th/Pine to across from precinct, Medical tent in playfield expands to coordinate donation drop-offs and serve food, Community garden adds two plots; Transplant Plant Station set up, "Things We Learned" board set up by zines table, 9:30 p.m. – Teach-in & speakers in Cal Anderson Park, 1:30 a.m. – Car drives through barricade at 10th and down Pine, no injuries, "Autonomous Zone" on signs and "CHAZ" graffiti on barricades and elsewhere covered up with gray paint, Western barricades removed, replaced with planters (to give fire department emergency access), No Cop Co-op expands past sidewalk onto 11th Ave., with growing storage via tents at the back, "Register to Vote" booth moves across the street with a full tent; chaplain booth moves downhill/westward, Community garden gets straw down & chicken wire up surrounding plots, "Write to the Mayor" booth set up downhill from precinct, Conversation Café expands to take up width of 11th; DSA booth moves to other side of coffee stand/tent, Handwashing station set up next to food tent on 12th/Pine, Free clothing tent set up in NE corner playfield, "Riot Kitchen" tent offering free hot meals set up between gardens and playfield (by toilet buildings) in park, 2 p.m. – "Black is Beautiful: Femme" discussion & storytelling at 12th/Pine, 2 p.m. – Street preacher returns and is removed by crowd, 5 p.m. – Town hall, including breakout sessions to discuss long & short term goals, 6:30 p.m. – A group carring American flags walks through the area with commotion, 7:40 p.m. – Roof/ladder declared off-limits as building owner threatens to get Co-op "shut down" if climbing continues, 9:15 p.m. – Music; tent & lights added to temporary stage on 12th/Pine, No Cop Co-op expands across entirety of 11th Ave. with separate tent for drop-off donations, shelves, and a grill, New "Welcome to CHOP" posters hung on outside of main barricades/entrances, Security coordination tent set up next to SE corner of 11th/Pine, "Pay the Fee" Tiny Library moves next to Conversation Café, "Conversation Café" rebranded to "Decolonization Conversation Café", Charleena Lyles memorial set up next to zines table. The group gathered after Seattle police abandoned a precinct in the Capitol Hill neighborhood on Monday and effectively handed the area over to the protesters they had clashed with for days.
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New America, and According to media reports from around the area, the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, or CHAZ, has a festival-like energy where people are peacefully gathering and discussing how to better the world in an experiment of a society without police amid calls around the country to "defund" departments. What does 'defund the police' mean? In Seattle, a group of peaceful protesters have cornered off several city blocks and established the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone – a sort of protest haven where artists paint murals, speakers discuss topics of racial equity, snacks are handed out for free and virtually no police are in sight. La réponse policière aux manifestations fait l'objet de plus de 12 000 plaintes. The crowd stationed at 12th and Pine is trying to prove in can operate on its own without the police no longer occupying the East Precinct. Supplies currently split between 11th/Pike and the precinct building entrance.
Can Gov. Can Trump bring Republicans home in November? It’s since become clear that Durkan had ordered the decision, one police Chief Carmen Best said she was angry about. A volunteer holds a firearm while working security at an entrance to the so-called "Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone" on June 10, 2020 in Seattle. On my feed, it was followed immediately by a tweet that painted a very different picture: “So far, the CHAZ is the ideal society. “This is history!” he said. You are now entering the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone ☂ ☂ ☂ CHAZ.zone / CHOPseattle.com is a hub for information and resources about the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), a.k.a.
Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone.
Cal Anderson Park in Seattle’s Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone on Wednesday. Reporting early in the afternoon Tuesday, Nicole also described free food and medical aid available for demonstrators on every corner. The first thing I learned: CHAZ is no longer the preferred nomenclature. Des toilettes mobiles ont été mises en place par le service des transports de Seattle. While some were clearly residents or heavily involved volunteers, others seemed to be cultural tourists and documentarians. Those businesses and residents—as well as CHOP occupants—still use electricity and water. After behaving erratically and abusively toward volunteers all week, volunteers occupy the space in the morning & deny her entry; she accuses them of being "looters" who are taking "her property."
“I wanted my son to know we came down here when he’s older.” A woman named Claudia also brought her kids—Gabby, 12, and Lemanuel, 16—to support the movement. Les services municipaux desservant encore la Zone, dont les services de pompiers et de la voirie, et les services de police de Seattle ont fait savoir qu'ils répondraient toujours aux appels en provenance de la Zone.
The Seattle Times reported that after the police barricades were removed, demonstrators quickly moved in with their own barricades and closed the area to vehicles. Six blocks of downtown Seattle have been declared the ‘Free Capitol Hill Zone’ or ‘Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone’ (CHAZ), according to area activists that have taken control of Seattle PD’s East Precinct, on 12th Avenue and E. Pine Street. Earlier in the evening, a suspect drove into the crowd of protesters and shot one person, which happened after a day of peaceful protests across the city. Future Tense Over the weekend, I went to see for myself what CHAZ was all about and sort out whether claims I’d seen online were truths, half-truths, or flat-out lies. SPD and the city government braced for violence, saying it had received “credible information about a potential intent to set fire to the East Precinct.” At the time, it was not clear to the general public why the SPD left the East Precinct or whether it would be back. Dozens are still missing.