Photos by Steve and GPaul of Compersia
Folks from the DC and Virginia communes were very involved with the protests:
Christian and Paxus of Twin Oaks appreciate PETA’s big fuzzy suits.
Vegans GPaul of Compersia and Christian of Twin Oaks pose with PETA people.
Paxus of Twin Oaks and GPaul of Compersia rest after the disruption protests, while Steve of Compersia (only hand seen in picture) appreciates a good pun.
Residents and guests of the Keep, a cooperative house in Washington, DC, make signs in preparation for the Women’s March on Washington.
Steve of Compersia and Caroline formerly of Twin Oaks march in the Women’s March. Also Bryan Cahall of the http://extraordinaryrenditionband.com band marching to draw attention to Prison Liberation. Compersia hosted 3 from the band and it was delightful!
Residents, guests, and friends of the Keep, a cooperative house in DC, tell stories over food during a bunch following the Women’s March.
Residents, guests, and friends of the Keep join in a large post-protest Sunday brunch.
James of Point A NYC takes in the crowd at the Festival of Resistance Against Trump
A gaggle of Twin Oakers rest and eat dinner at Compersia after the Women’s March
More of Twin Oakers resting and eating dinner at Compersia after the Women’s March
One more photo of Twin Oakers at Compersia
Twin Oakers and Compersians participate in a blockade at the inauguration in solidarity with communities threatened by Trump and his administration.
Compersia and friends let loose after the inspiring Women’s March on Washington.
Kathryn of Compersia protests at Trump’s inauguration in solidarity with communities threatened by his administration.