Protesters at Red House Eviction Defense Build-Up Barricades

Land defenders of the Red House Eviction Defense continued to build up their barricades and defenses, placing political slogans and banners on them as well as setting up food stations and other areas for self-sustention.

At North and South Albina Avenue, 2 layers of large barricades were placed, but North Prescott Street remains with only one, leaving the Red House vulnerable.

Protesters had problems with false reports and confirmations of police nearby, leading to the creation of an entirely different account on Twitter to report on the status of PPB movements across the city.

Many right-wingers had also begun to threaten the demonstrators, leading to the establishment of permanent lookouts and at least 100 people within the area at all times.

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