Sing Me Home: A Country Music Compilation for June 11th

  • Posted on: 4 June 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From June 11th

Sing Me Home: Songs Against Prison

Sing Me Home is an album of folk and country cover songs against prisons and the police. All proceeds from the album go towards benefiting long-term anarchist prisoners in tandem with the June 11th international day of solidarity.

These are the voices that sing through us, sing with us, sing us home. These songs are about killing guards and getting free, about the concreteness of prison walls and also how dream and memory are able to travel through those walls, about the pain of missing the ones you love and about the strength of solidarity. We hope that these songs become part of our lives and that singing them becomes a source of power.

[Greece] Solidarity with Eric King from Athens

  • Posted on: 3 June 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

On Monday night, May 22nd 2017, a group of comrades attacked the Ministry of Culture in Exarchia with Molotov cocktails. We carried out this symbolic action for two reasons:

To honor the memory of Mauricio Morales, who lost his life on May 22nd 2009 in Santiago, Chile, when the bomb he was carrying to strike the jailers academy exploded prematurely.

Calling All Punks, Homesteaders, and Anarchists

  • Posted on: 2 June 2017
  • By: thecollective

from Craigslist

Come take over Sprague River Oregon with us! CHEAP land, BADASS area, and an old community of people who are dying off fast and selling their keep FOR CHEAP!!

No hippies.

this area is a true hidden gem and has potential to be owned and operated by a new generation of people who are about doing everything for themselves and their community.

klamath falls is within an hour away, has all the resources you'll ever need, and is easy to get in an out of (rail lines and highways)

come check out Sprague River, Beatty, and Bly, Oregon.

These Black Bloc Anarchists Don't Care What You Think of Them

  • Posted on: 2 June 2017
  • By: thecollective

From Vice

We talked to nine Portland activists who think violence is necessary to fight fascism.

The nine anarchists who met me one rainy afternoon in Portland, Oregon, told me they almost showed up to talk to me "bloc'd out"—in the black clothes and masks that have become something of an iconic look.

Agency and Other Anarchist Themes In Paul Goodman’s Work

  • Posted on: 2 June 2017
  • By: thecollective

From C4SS

Download a PDF copy of Kevin Carson’s full C4SS Study: Agency and Other Anarchist Themes In Paul Goodman’s Work

Perhaps the most important characteristic Goodman shares with the other “anarchists without adjectives” in this series is his high regard for human agency, and his primary focus on the way actual human beings assert that agency in interacting with their environment.

P3 Podcast Episode 4 - Fight For 15, Disability Advocacy And News

  • Posted on: 2 June 2017
  • By: Post-proletariat

In the latest episode of P3, our host Zhachev goes over current events of the last week, as well as taking a critical look at activist demonstrations held in recent weeks. Topics discussed include Trump, other current events, minimum wage increase activism, demonstrations and protests, and disability advocacy.

https://archive.org/details/P3-Ep-4

The Unique and Its Property – Wolfi Landstreicher's Long Awaited Translation of Max Stirner's Masterpiece Finally Available

  • Posted on: 1 June 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)
The Unique and Its Property

In the first new English-language translation since 1907, egoist anarchist author and historian Wolfi Landstreicher has brought forward both the form and the intent of Stirner’s work. Where Byington downplayed or missed Stirner’s more biting criticisms and his humor, this new edition delivers every “occasional crudity” and all the “playful ferocity” found in the original German.

ATUBES: May 2017, Digest of the Anarchist Tubes

  • Posted on: 31 May 2017
  • By: thecollective

Welcome to volume 3, issue #6 of ATUBES. This month we're back to the grind, after taking the month of April off. For the most part, we intend this side project of @news to be a monthly occurrence in dialogue, documenting the articles and commentary shared over the past month on the site. Our hope is for readers to be able to print a hard copy to share with your friends, loved ones, and strangers IRL AFK[1]. Occasionally, we will have special editions - like the last April issue featuring only comments - and sometimes we will try and change up the mix of things. This month, we're going with a different layout and design and included more articles with only one lonely comment.

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