VIDEO: To All Those Who Can't Breathe

  • Posted on: 8 December 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

They want us to forget.

Every day there's so much input, some new crisis, some new information, some new screen. Another man or woman killed by the police, and then a sale, what Taylor Swift is doing, what Pharrell said. We could spend our whole lives swiping from one thing to the next, always forgetting, forgetting what happened the day before, forgetting what moved us.

Folding the Black Flag at Space Mountain

  • Posted on: 5 December 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Folding the Black Flag is "an exploration of Nihilist Poetics formed through collaborative installation and an extended series of 'Performance Not-Happenings' from New York City to Miami. The exposition is an attempt to 'fold' both in the sense of pack-up/give-up abandon, and of rehistoricization and temporal revisionism - to actively create a new past by reorganizing and layering its facts (can the Dadaists, for instance, be written onto the Black Panther Party?)..."

An Anarchist Guide to… Christmas – by Ruth Kinna

  • Posted on: 2 December 2014
  • By: worker

It’s no surprise to discover that Kropotkin was interested in Christmas. In Russian culture, St. Nicholas (Ннкοлαн Уутвoреч) was revered as a defender of the oppressed, the weak and the disadvantaged. Kropotkin shared the sentiments. But there was also a family link. As everyone knows, Kropotkin could trace his ancestry to the ancient Rurik dynasty that ruled Russia before the upstart Romanovs and which, from the first century CE, controlled the trade routes between Moscow and the Byzantine Empire.

Spy vs. Guy: What It's Like to Be the Target of NYPD Surveillance

  • Posted on: 26 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Village Voice

A pair of tattered banners billowing in the wind mark the site of the Brooklyn Free Store. One reads "ANARCHY For a Better World"; the other says "Share," with an anarchist symbol replacing the letter a.

Memorial to Loukanikos “Riot Dog” to Appear at November RRFM

  • Posted on: 3 November 2014
  • By: worker

This coming Saturday’s Really Really Free Market will follow hot on the heels of Halloween. That’s why it will feature the Haunted Gazebo and Ballot Box Piñata—representative democracy is getting scarier by the day! But Saturday is also the Day of the Dead—so RRFM participants will also be setting up a small memorial to Loukanikos, the world-famous “riot dog” of Athens, Greece who recently passed away.