Mexico: Between an institutional crisis and self-management efforts

  • Posted on: 2 October 2016
  • By: thecollective

From Theory Without Borders

We publish the interview of our two colleagues from the Mexican Anarchist Federation, done on August 2016, covering the volatile situation of the country. Evidently, this interview isn’t a thorough report of the complex situation of Mexico, but the main points of these last years are confronted and tackled through an anarchist perspective: structural reforms (particularly in education), the issue of land distribution, drug trade, the indigenous community and gender violence.

Call For Renewed Actions In Solidarity With The Prison Strike, October 15-22

  • Posted on: 1 October 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

It hardly seems necessary to summarize what has gone down inside U.S. prisons since September 9th. Hunger strikes, work stoppages, and riots have spread throughout the country on a scale that we likely aren’t even fully aware of yet. Some uprisings appeared took us by surprise, such as in several Florida prisons, while others presumably grew from recent organizing endeavors on the inside, such as at Kinross in Michigan or Holman in Alabama. By rough estimates, over 20,000 prisoners were involved in some way. That’s huge.

Daniel McGowan

  • Posted on: 30 September 2016
  • By: thecollective

From Mask Magazine

Hannah K. Gold took a walk down Myrtle Avenue with the environmentalist and former political prisoner

We met up at The Base, an event space in Bushwick that caters to an anarchist political perspective, to do the interview. An hour later, we migrated to a coffee shop in the shadow of the elevated M train, Little Skips. This café holds particular sentimental value for me, the bad kind – it’s filled with anxious, oddly beautiful young artists and professionals staring at laptops, wearing hats no matter the weather, and I used to be one of them, indistinguishable.

Yesterday’s Crimes: Butchered by Russian Nihilists

  • Posted on: 28 September 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From SF Weekly

Luther Weber let himself into his parents’ modest grocery store on L Street in Sacramento at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 30, 1894. As he made his way through the storeroom, he was startled to find a pool of drying blood on the floor. Seeing that the blood was dripping down from his parents’ upstairs apartment, he rushed up the back staircase.


(A-Radio) Azerbaijan: the "flower holiday" of the dictator and the imprisoned anarchists

  • Posted on: 28 September 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we present an interview about the "flower holiday" in Azerbaijan and the imprisoned anarchists.

At the Congress of the International of Anarchist Federations, IFA, we had the opportunity of talking to an anarchist comrade from Azerbaijan who told us about the case of two imprisoned comrades, facing long sentences.

09-27-2016 Anarchy Radio

  • Posted on: 27 September 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)


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