Submitted by worker on Sat, 12/13/2014 - 19:35
Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 12/13/2014 - 17:31
I was sucker punched by a black-clothed white boy poseur in the Oakland march.
An open letter to the black bloc poseur who sucker-punched me at the anti-police march on Telegraph Avenue Tuesday, December 9, 2014.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 12/13/2014 - 10:47
Seattle's Left Bank Books: An anchor for the anarchist community
The bookstore is a collectively operated project in which all participants have the opportunity to learn and perform all functions involved without the impediment of bosses or managers.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 12/13/2014 - 08:34
Submitted by worker on Sat, 12/13/2014 - 00:37
From Open Democracy - by Thomas Swann
Think about where anarchism is talked about on university campuses. Aside from student activism, what comes to mind first is probably departments like anthropology or political science, perhaps also geography, philosophy or history. These academic disciplines have often involved discussions of the pros and cons of the radically democratic and egalitarian practices that make up contemporary and historical anarchist movements.
Submitted by worker on Fri, 12/12/2014 - 15:30
The East Bay Anarchist book fair, a small and sordid affair, took place at the Humanist Hall in Oakland earlier this month. This year, the book fair sponsored a Fight Night at the local motorcycle club house and dubbed the event “Team Nihilism vs. Team Marxism”. The East Bay Rats’ outhouse is a two-room dump on San Pablo avenue, a well-known thoroughfare for ladies of the night and, more recently, riots.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 12/12/2014 - 14:05
Re-Launch Fire to the Prisons Magazine across the World
We are going to re-launch Fire to the Prisons. In doing so, we will print thousands of copies of the publication and get it into the hands of every group and individual who wants one – absolutely free.
But we Need Your Help to do it
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 12/12/2014 - 13:47
From the initial revolt in Ferguson last August to the demonstrations in Oakland and Berkeley last week, property destruction has been central to a new wave of struggle against police violence. But what does vandalizing businesses have to do with protesting police brutality? Why break windows?
Submitted by worker on Fri, 12/12/2014 - 12:21
In mid-October of 2011, as the Occupy movement was springing up in more than eighty countries around the world, a crowd of protesters gathered in the public atrium of the HSBC headquarters on 1 Queen’s Road, in the Central district of Hong Kong. They put up anti-capitalist banners and began an occupation of the building. A core group of eight to twenty people ended up living there, forming an autonomous collective; the bank building, they quipped, had excellent feng shui. The squatters identified as anarchists, but they weren’t expressly trying to attack the institution above their heads.
Submitted by worker on Thu, 12/11/2014 - 19:14