Pat Fitzgerald – anarchist, hedonist and great journalist

  • Posted on: 29 November 2008
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>From <a href=" Magazine</a> - By Paul Anderson

LAST week, one of my best friends died. I first met Patrick Fitzgerald at a meeting of the Oxford Anarchist Group in the first week of term when I went to university in October 1978. It was in Danny Simpson’s Exeter College room in a house on Turl Street.

Call to action: Disrupt Lake City!

  • Posted on: 28 November 2008
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Disrupt Lake City is creating a situation in which our friends and allies can directly confront this wellspring of US militarism. Though we've long known that our oppressors have names and addresses, we're finally going to put Lake City on the map, and expose just what the "Heart of America," looks like.

What is lake city…

What's new from Little Black Cart? - Black Friday Edition

  • Posted on: 28 November 2008
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Little Black Cart is holding up to the vagaries of the day! We have been getting great stories and feedback from many folks, and maintaining our connections to most of our publisher friends (although some are out of the country, and others are gradually exploring time-consuming practices, /other/ than publishing). Luckily, folks continue to be patient with us when we have run out of something (usually leading us to substitute something that we think they'd like - which is loads of fun for us!)...

<h3>New to Little Black Cart</h3>

An expose of the abuse perpetrated by Bob Black, written by one of his victims

  • Posted on: 27 November 2008
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>One of the worst things about abuse (physical, emotional or verbal) is that the victim can rarely be counted on to come forward, identify his or her attacker, and describe what he or she was forced to endure. The victim was originally chosen because of perceived weakness. There is shame in realizing this, as there is shame in the very fact of being abused. There are fears about being abused again. And so, many victims of abuse find it easier to suffer their abuse in silence.