^Example of organizational layers, taken from a Pamphlet on Building Political Power
List of “revolutionary actions” done on 25 July according to Abolition Media Worldwide.
This next one is self explanatory, taken from an Analysis of Lessons Learned in Portland
For people interested in how they’re running their community organizations and building organizational infrastructure, there’s the Antiracist Neighborhood Watch Manual
There’s also Planning a Direct Action Campaign, which frankly would take up the whole thread in and of itself to unpack. There’s a BUNCH of stuff in there.
Many of the protestors are using the National Lawyer Guild’s Mass Defense Program, which includes some of those phone numbers you see Sharpied on peoples’ arms.
Loadout list for protestors.
This is the grant park attack, where a black bloc formed inside a protest and redirected it towards an assault on the grant park Columbus statue.
Pay attention to the way the LE detachment is pushed from the area, then how the “peaceful protesters” form a bike shield and wall off the police from reentering the park while the black bloc goes after the statue.
Another video from Chicago PD explaining Antifa tactics with various video angles of the Columbus incident.