Alexander Penley Speaks At Brad Will Memorial In 2006

From Wikipedia

Bradley Roland Will (1970–2006) was an Americanactivistvideographer and amateur journalistaffiliated with Indymedia. On October 27, 2006 during a labor dispute in the Mexican city ofOaxaca,[1][2] Will suffered two gunshot wounds that resulted in his death.

In his Tribes profile, Penley mentions Will as one of his closest friends.. Here’s the audio of him speaking at Will’s memorial. where an angry and emotional Al Penley describes working with Brad Will at anti-globalization movements and in the Pacific Northwest on ALF / ELF.

Wikiepedia also mentions that Will became a cause celebre…

An open letter written “to honor the memory” of Will and support “the Oaxacan people’s efforts to establish a popular government that recognizes local traditions and values,” was signed by numerous academics and activists, including Noam Chomsky, David Graeber, Naomi Klein, Michael Moore, Arundhati Roy, Starhawk and Howard Zinn.


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