April 28 2022 By Saccage 2024 Saccage 2024 is a collective of residents, collectives and associations in Seine-Saint-Denis and nearby who defend their living spaces threatened by preparations for the Paris Olympic Games. For a […]
In February 2010, as the Winter Olympics were taking place in Vancouver, activists in London organized the Tar Sands Oilympics. The Oilympics were a creative protest against the destruction of Indigenous lands in Canada by multinational […]
Compiled by Cerianne Robertson In July 2019, community organizers from Rio de Janeiro, Pyeongchang, Tokyo, Paris, Los Angeles, and (2032 candidate) Jakarta came together in Tokyo for the first-ever transnational anti-Olympics summit. Centered around a […]
This diary was written by a NOlympics LA member in late 2019. I’m squished inside our makeshift organizing headquarters in Tokyo, the largest city on the planet, with a ragtag bunch of organizers like myself […]
日本語 | 한국어 | Français The specifics may differ in scope and scale, but the broad forces that the Olympics unleash wherever they take root are the same: the expansion of police and military surveillance, […]
Representatives from groups in Rio de Janeiro, Pyeongchang, Tokyo, Paris, Los Angeles, Seoul, and Jakarta will join forces in Tokyo for an unprecedented transnational coming together of anti-Olympics organizers.
In April 2019, NOlympics LA launched a fundraiser for its July trip to Tokyo for a series of transnational protests and meetings. See the full crowdfunding pitch on Fundly, and watch the accompanying video below. […]
Sociologist Adam Talbot published “5 Lessons in Olympic Resistance from Rio” on RioOnWatch on April 19, 2019. See RioOnWatch for the full article in English, Portuguese, French, and Japanese. “From as early as 1932, local social […]