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Clandestine group "Anarquistas al Combate" makes a call for autonomy in Colombia

  • Posted on: 4 March 2017
  • By: thecollective

From Ruptura Colectiva, translated by anonymous

In the afternoon of the first of March, the clandestine group “Anarquistas al Combate” took the P building of the National Pedagogical University in the city of Bogotá, Colombia, making a call to the student community to resume the process of autonomy and rebellion in their discussions and practices in and outside of the university space. The militant hooded ones painted some slogans on the walls of the building and strongly rejected the more than 120 assassinations of community leaders and defenders of human rights[1] in just 14 months in all of Columbia, specifically in a political context mediated by peace, side by side with the serious – and cowardly – paramilitary attacks against social fighters.

Report from Pittsburgh Anarchists on Clashes at Trump Rally

  • Posted on: 18 April 2016
  • By: thecollective

From It's Going Down

On April 13th Pittsburgh anarchists participated in an attack on a Donald Trump campaign rally. This is a message from some of the organizers of this anarchist contingent as well as thoughts on our current situation.

Report: To Change Everything US Tour

  • Posted on: 29 December 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Crimethinc

Last month, we concluded the To Change Everything US tour, bringing together anarchists from Latin America, Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and North America to compare notes on the uprisings and social movements of the past decade. In the course of 65 days, we presented 59 events in 57 towns, speaking with well over 2000 people altogether. To hear an audio recording from one of the presentations, tune in to episode 44 of the Ex-Worker Podcast.

The Brilliant - Episode Fourteen – Critics

  • Posted on: 24 December 2015
  • By: aragorn

From The Brilliant

In this episode, we try to recover from our losses: Bellamy happened to be generally dispirited about life at the time of recording (and it shows!), while Aragorn! broods over having lost two episodes of The Brilliant through some unknown and unknowable techno-incompetence. Perhaps fittingly, we spend some of the episode talking about an event and a project which excite us and the last third of the episode responding to our most consistent and harsh criticism.

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The Black Bloc Takes Back the Streets of Montreal

  • Posted on: 12 December 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From MTL Counter-info

On the night of Wednesday December 9, a demonstration against austerity took the streets of Montreal, under the banner “Our Struggle Is Not Negotiable“. Québec's public sector had held a general strike earlier the same day, and some union leaders have been supporting mobilizations on a scale not seen for decades in an effort to increase their bargaining power.

A Report from the Conspiracy of Insurgent Anarchists Concerning the Past Two Years in the San Francisco Bay Area

  • Posted on: 12 August 2015
  • By: worker

From Fireworks - by Conspiracy of Insurgent Anarchists

08.11.15 - Editor's Statement: Sometime in the summer of 1965, a woman named Oedipa Maas walks into a taqueria on 24th Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. At a table in the corner is a man named Jesus Arrabal, a member of the Conjuracion de los Insurgentes Anarquistas.

Hamilton ON: New year's noise demo reportback

  • Posted on: 1 January 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

For the sixth year in a row, anarchists in Southern Ontario held noise demos outside prisons in the area, to show our hatred of prisons and the world that creates them, to show solidarity with folks locked up, and to build our collective strength with a tradition of fun, rowdy demos. This year, we visited the Syl Apps Youth Detention Centre in Oakville and made the usual stop at the Barton Jail in Hamilton.

First Annual Jackson, Mississippi NYE Anti-Prison Noise Demo Report Back

  • Posted on: 1 January 2015
  • By: worker

With giant banners, booming bass drums and machine gun fire of a snare drum we gathered in front of the downtown Jackson jail/sheriff's office, where prisoners are held for up to a year, to condemn prison society and celebrate the new year with the prisoners. We started on the street pounding out rhythms from behind our 2 giant banners. The prisoners were flashing their cell lights on and off and whooping at us. We Climbed the stairs to the court yard where we were not 20 feet from the nearest cells, some of which had things like "Help me please, god help yourself" scrawled on the windows.

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