Projects

The Internal Struggle: Battling Oppressive Tendencies in Radical Spaces

  • Posted on: 25 March 2015
  • By: worker

[E]: Anarchism is a socialist ideology which had its birth and early infancy (as an actual political movement) within the First Internationale, with the Bakunin/Marx split. Like in socialism more broadly, the question of privilege apart from class privilege has always been a problem in the anarchist movement, with the (white, male, heterosexual, able-bodied) leadership of many anarchist groups refusing to acknowledge other vectors of oppression than the oppression experienced through class struggle, the one avenue of oppression that they themselves feel.

Fire Ravages Lives and a Cultural Complex in Oakland

  • Posted on: 25 March 2015
  • By: worker

From East Bay Express

Several fundraising campaigns are underway to alleviate affected businesses and individuals.

Update: According to AK Press fire relief webpage, the building has been red-tagged by the City of Oakland, which prohibits businesses and residents from occupying the structure pending further review.

The end of the Red & Black cafe

  • Posted on: 24 March 2015
  • By: worker

To Our Friends, Family and Community,

The time has come announce that the small but mighty Red & Black Collective will be shutting down. This year we would have turned fifteen years old. In those years, using our collective labor, we have served a lot of vegan dragon noodles and sandwiches. We’ve also made decisions together and taught each other so many skills. We’ve met so many travelers from all over this amazing world and made friendships and relationships that will last forever. We’ve created and maintained some of the only and last low-income housing in inner Southeast Portland.

New Zine on the History of Chicago's A-Zone Infoshop

  • Posted on: 23 March 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

We’re excited to announce the completion of our latest project, an updated version of the zine The A-Zone & A Decade Of Anarchy In Chicago. The Autonomous Zone was an anarchist organizing hub and infoshop that operated in Chicago for about a decade, hosting numerous events, political initiatives, and serving as a physical entry point for anarchist ideas in Chicago.

Anarchy Radio: On egoism, nihilism, anthropology and post-left

  • Posted on: 16 March 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

https://archive.org/details/AnarchyRadio3102015

Bellamy from Free Radical Radio for the hour. Egoism, Jason McQuinn, nihilism dissected. "I'm surprised more anarchists have not adopted the term 'anti-left' to describe themselves," a South African listener. Godfrey Reggio interview on Sin- gularity website; anthropology corner.

Institute for Anarchist Studies Winter 2015 Newsletter

  • Posted on: 13 March 2015
  • By: worker

From IAS

New IAS Grants

The IAS is proud to congratulate our latest round of grantees.

Laura Hall

Laura Hall’s background is Mohawk and English-Canadian. Her work explores decolonizing and Indigenist approaches to environmentally sustainable community planning, while gendering the work in order to focus on the issues of Indigenous women as well as two-spirited peoples. She is a PhD candidate in Environmental Studies at York University.

Hamilton ON: Fundraising for The Tower's Second Year

  • Posted on: 9 March 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From The Tower

With the bitter cold days of winter slowly winding down, Hamilton's friendly neighbourhood anarchist space The Tower is making some big plans as we look forward to the upcoming months. In May we will be celebrating a year in our current location, and we are excited to announce that we just officially renewed our lease for another year.

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