From comrades in Valsusa:
CROSSING THE BORDER – MARCH AGAINST THE FRONTIERS
Yesterday 22 April 300 people left Claviere, a small town in the Susa valley in the Italian Alps, to cross the border with France. The morning started with a meeting and discussion on “The Alps, the borders and resistance”, and then a shared lunch outside the self-managed Refuge Chez Jesus, a church hall occupied as a centre of solidarity with migrants. Then after the lunch we gathered, both migrants and people in solidarity, to cross the border together.
We walked together on the road that leads from Claviere, to Briançon on the French side. We were responding to the militarisation that in recent days has seen the border become completely blocked. But also to answer the action of the neo-fascists of “Génération Idéntitaire” who on Saturday mounted their own border post at the Colle della Scala pass…
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