Submitted by worker on Tue, 03/14/2006 - 14:47
<table><tr><td>Domination Culture & How to Transform It:
A workshop on Nonviolent Communication
Monday, March 20th, 8pm
Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St. (1 block south of Houston)
Trains: F to Delancey; J, M, Z to Essex/Delancey
Financial Contribution: $20-$5
Submitted by worker on Tue, 03/14/2006 - 02:34
<table><tr><td>author: <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">Friends of Jeff Free Luers</a>
For the past few years the weekend of June 11 was typically a time when we reflected on Jeff Free Luers' 22.5 year sentence and held events to recognize the anniversary of his incarceration. This year Jeff writes below that he wishes this year to focus on the Green Scare co-defendants. Please plan an event now! It's only 3 months away. And keep reading...
Submitted by worker on Sun, 03/12/2006 - 22:18
<table><tr><td>CHICAGO 120 YEARS AFTER HAYMARKET: A WEEK OF CELEBRATION!
Chicago anarchists are celebrating the anniversary of the Haymarket riots throughout the week of May day with art, scavenger hunts, soccer, music and film. All are invited to attend.
Monday May 1st, (May day) ANARCHY IS ART; ART IS ANARCHY
anarchist/prisoner art show/propaganda gallery at MERCURY CAFE 1505 W. CHICAGO, east of ashland, west of noble (312) 455-9924
Tuesday May 2nd scavenger hunt, location, etc. to be decided
Submitted by worker on Sun, 03/12/2006 - 21:07
Submitted by worker on Sun, 03/12/2006 - 17:15
<table><tr><td>A chaotic evening of anarchy with the CGB!
By Guiseppe Zangara
Tuesday, March 21st. 7:30pm Rm. 906 @ NYU's Kimmel Center for University Life, 60 Washington Square South. Photo ID required upon entering.
Where the Hell Are We Going? Is Anarchy Lost? with CGB
A chaotic evening of anarchy with the CGB!
When asked about this event, Crimethinc authors the Curious George Brigade (CGB) had this to say:
Submitted by worker on Sat, 03/11/2006 - 23:05
<table><tr><td>Green Anarchy #22 is out! In this issue, we offer a variety of critiques and perspectives on technology, an extended State Repression section, an interesting ReWilding column, and some damn funny words from old Waldorf and Statler. We've posted a couple of pieces on our web site including RedWolfReturns' "Road of Technology and Path of Spirit", the GA collective's "Against the Logic of Technology", "Motorway to Roswell" by John Aceves, and our "Welcome to the Issue" column.
Submitted by worker on Fri, 03/10/2006 - 20:15
News & Views for Anarchists & Activists:
March 02, 2006
Latin America's Autonomous Organizing
By Marie Trigona
Activists met in Uruguay for the fourth Latin American Conference of Popular Autonomous Organizations in February. Over 300 activist delegates from Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Uruguay organized this year's annual event as a space to strategize autonomous organizing and coordinate direct actions. This year's conference, held February 24-26, focused on building popular power in Latin America among organizations autonomous from the state, political parties and NGOs.
Submitted by worker on Fri, 03/10/2006 - 15:11
<table><tr><td>The first issue of <strong>A Murder of Crows</strong> has been printed and is ready for distribution! <strong>A Murder of Crows</strong> is an anarchist magazine primarily concerned with sharing information about revolutionary projects and with critical analysis of social struggle. <br><br>
A Murder of Crows
PO Box 20442
Seattle, WA 98102
Submitted by worker on Fri, 03/10/2006 - 13:43
<table><tr><td><a href="http://www.counterpunch.org/rosenfeld03102006.html">By BEN ROSENFELD</a><br><br>The federal government has been champing at the bit to put Rod Coronado back in prison since the moment he got out in 1999, refusing to repent for his role in a 1992 arson at a Michigan State University fur research lab. Federal officials have publicly branded Coronado a leader of the Animal Liberation Front, even though the ALF is apparently non-hierarchical.
Submitted by worker on Fri, 03/10/2006 - 13:41
<table><tr><td><em>Neither shameful anarchism nor shameless anti-imperialism: a reply to P. Moras</em>