From The Nation - by Alisa Solomon
The founder of the Living Theater was absolute about her principles as a pacifist anarchist, yet never dismissive or judgmental toward those who didn’t share them.
Alisa Solomon April 13, 2015
From The New York Times - by Bruce Weber
Judith Malina, an actor and director who with her husband, Julian Beck, founded the Living Theater, a troupe of activists and provocateurs who advanced the idea of political theater in America, catalyzed fierce debate over their methods and intentions, and in the name of art ran afoul of civic authorities on three continents, died on Friday in Englewood, N.J. She was 88.
From CBS Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Police are searching for more than a dozen people who, wearing all black and carrying signs, went on a vandalism spree, smashing storefronts, Friday night in Shadyside’s busy business district.
According to Allegheny County emergency dispatchers, much of the damage happened in the 5500-block of Walnut Street.
"The whole earth is in jail and we're plotting this incredible jailbreak."
We are very happy to announce that, for the 7th year running, the Wild Roots Feral Futures (WRFF) eco-defense, direct action, and rewilding encampment will take place in the forests of Southwest Colorado this coming June 20-28, 2015 (exact location to be announced). WRFF is an informal, completely free and non-commercial, and loosely organized camp-out operating on (less than a) shoe-string budget, formed entirely off of donated, scavenged, or liberated supplies and sustained through 100% volunteer effort.
listen to classic FRR fucked sound here: https://archive.org/details/NAASN
Tom Nomad, author of The Master's Tools, Aragorn!, an editor of Black Seed and author of many essays, and Doug Gilbert, author of I Saw Fire discuss our present situation and how we might view our possible future. Somewhat to their chagrin, Doug espouses the optimistic position and Aragorn! the pessimistic position, while Tom offers a perspective that eschews both.
The individuals who signed this declaration want to place on record for the future the principles that drive us to actively lay the groundwork for the establishment of a truly strong and effective movement against the technoindustrial system.
1. Our Principles
The principles that guide our activity are: