Monday, December 3, 2012

Anarchists Take Stand Against Broken Windows

We have a little good news and a little bad news.

Bad news first.  Over the weekend, two of our windows were busted out on two consecutive nights.  It wasn't a burglary (though that has happened several times in the past), but just a semi-random asshole thing to do, we guess.

As is our policy, we are focusing on community-based non-coercive solutions, rather than calling the police.  This includes talking to neighbors and patrons and an all-night watch at the space.

Windows can be replaced, of course.  But it is expensive (and disheartening).  If you'd like to help, come in during staff hours (9am-2pm M-F) and help make the space feel safe. Or if you can't make it in, please support our winter fundraiser.

The good news is that we've met 33% of our goal in our fundraiser.  But we only have a little under a month left, which works out to be just over $400 a week.

How are we doing?

Time Left
27 days

Support the Fall Fundraiser!

Again, if you can, please stop in and help make the space feel safer.  And thanks as always for your support.

SubRosa Collective

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