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Black Seed is a bi-annual green anarchist, submission-based publication. We are a conversational project meaning that our goal is to help facilitate face-to-face conversations based on submissions we have received and curated into a printed publication. Taking steps away from Internet culture feels integral to this project, though sadly, as you are likely reading this on a screen, we know too well it is a process for many of us to learn and re-learn. Exciting as printed words may be, we admit these ideas and experiences are largely born out of coping with the symptoms of civilization.
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Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 12/02/2014 - 17:29
Bellamy and Rydra examine protest, dare we say "riots", in Oakland in the aftermath of the Darren Wilson verdict - more peace police. Luddites Anonymous: recent robots of various sorts emerge, including a robotic nematode. The Long History of Getting Ploughed: our aeroponic future, research on the cause of celiac. Wingnut Confessional: response to listeners on the reification of nature and on Anarcho-Primitivism's relationship to ableism and genocide.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 11/06/2014 - 12:37
Bellamy returns to America to host with Rydra and they discuss the
boring and tired voting debate among radicals, Tom Brower declaring
mission accomplished in his war against the homeless in Hawaii,
anarchists somehow thinking going to Kobane is a good idea, plants being
fucking awesome, the FBI completing the Panopticon and Adam Harvey's
fashionista resistance to it, and a group of progressives who named