<table><tr><td>The Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS) is pleased to announce our new Speakers Bureau. The Speakers Bureau is a project that arranges speaking engagements for many diverse and dynamic thinkers drawn from our network of scholars and activists.<br><br>
<table><tr><td>THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION
Teacher: Tom Wetzel
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Class Begins Nov. 2nd
next classes Nov. 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th, Dec. 7th
Location: Downtown Campus- 88 4th St., San Francisco ( across from the
Room #: 725
"They Will Never Get Us All!"
A new collection of writings and poerty by anarchist prisoner Harold H. Tmompson
<table><tr><td>Revered Chinese Author Ba Jin Dies at 100
Monday October 17, 2005
By ELAINE KURTENBACH
Associated Press Writer
BEIJING (AP) - Ba Jin, one of China's most revered communist-era writers who attacked the evils of the pre-revolutionary era in novels, short stories and essays, died Monday in Shanghai, the official Xinhua News Agency said. He was 100.
<table><tr><td>In this essay I aim to critique certain green anarchist perspectives, using the â€œWhat is Green Anarchyâ€?(1) essay from Green Anarchy(#17) magazine as a starting point. It is clear from the beginning of the essay that there are many ways to describe what green anarchists are against: â€œdomestication, patriarchy, division of labor, technology, production, representation, alienation, objectification, control, the destruction of life, etc.â€? And certainly I can look at this list and get a good image in my head of something menacing, something nightmarish.