Rest In Power Kevin Zeese

Kevin Zeese at DC Protests Trump's New Wars 15

Image by Stephen Melkisethian via Flickr

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My sincere condolences to Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese‘s family and friends. He will be missed by many. ~ Lo


See also: Kevin Zeese: Irreplaceable, by David Swanson

From the archives:

Chris Hedges: Rebellion Is The Only Way To Stop The Ruling Elites, interviewed by Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese

Chris Hedges, Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese: The Mechanics of Rebellion

Showdown At The Venezuelan Embassy: Federal Authorities Back Down After Threatening To Evict Peace Activists Inside By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers + Activists Arrested! (updated)

Kevin Zeese on Venezuela’s Economy: It’s Not Socialism, It’s Abusive Capitalism and US Imperialism

Chris Hedges: Resistance in the Age of Trump

DC Protests Trump's New Wars 15

Image by Stephen Melkisethian via Flickr

13 thoughts on “Rest In Power Kevin Zeese

  1. Pingback: Chris Hedges, Daniel Ellsberg and James Goodale: Assange Extradition and the War on Journalism – Dandelion Salad

  2. Losing David Graeber and Kevin Zeese in the same week is horrible and nearly overwhelming. In their memory, we MUST struggle on.

  3. Kevin — what a courageous, brilliant and steadfast comrade, so very important to our movements for social and environmental justice, freedom for Assange and Mumia abu-Jamal, you name it — Kevin and his partner Margaret Flowers pieced together “Clearing the Fog” podcast and … A huge loss to our movements. Couldn’t ask for a better and dedicated radical activist — and PERSON — so proud to know him, so much sadness in his passing. Much love to Margaret. Bye, Kevin …. and THANK YOU.

  4. One of the kindest, bravest and smartest folks I ever met. It was a pleasure to photograph Kevin and we did so often because he was so fearless and open and he showed up at almost every social justice event in memory. Condolences to you, Margaret. We fight on.

    • This is so heartbreaking, Stephen. And yes, we must fight on!

      Thanks for all your work in photographing the many protests and rallies in D.C. and then sharing with all of us bloggers.

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