State Repression in Iceland: Nine People Taken to Court With Serious Accusations

  • Posted on: 11 March 2010
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>The legal aftermaths of Iceland’s last winter revolt are now being determined. Nine individuals - including several anarchists - have been accused of breaking several laws, including one, which violation is supposed to be punished with a minimum one year’s jail sentence, maximum lifetime. The court case was originally set in February and heavily responded to by a lot of people, but was dismissed because of family relations between the state prosecutor and one of the parliament’s security guards.

Pushed by the Violence of Our Desires: A Statement Regarding March 4

  • Posted on: 10 March 2010
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Over the past few days, dozens of communiqués, letters, and statements have been circulating regarding issues of race, gender, and disrespect on M4. We have no intentions of addressing or disputing particular accusations or narratives regarding M4 in this statement; these things will inevitably be argued about elsewhere. Here, we attempt to discuss the language and politics that have been used in framing these issues.

[Barcelona] Conferences “Alternatives to Capitalism: Self-management in the spotlight”

  • Posted on: 10 March 2010
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Within the framework of the CNT-AIT centenary (1910-2010), a series of conferences brought together under the name of “Alternatives to Capitalism: Self-management in the spotlight” will take place in Barcelona. These conferences will be held throughout april 2010. The contents will be organized in three blocks of lectures: theoretical, historical and a broader one, based in more current experiences.

Call Out for Submissions to Fire to the Prisons Issue #9

  • Posted on: 10 March 2010
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Fire to the Prisons is a quarterly magazine distributed across the world. It focuses on resistance by different discontent groups around the world, and connecting them to a broader struggle or a common enemy. Every issue includes reports on different types of resistance globally: prisoner uprisings and revolts (in North America), native conflicts, looting and working class discontent, anti-fascism, immigrant struggles, anti-political social disturbances, student uprisings, animal or ecological defense, and more.

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