Anarchism Now Conference

  • Posted on: 27 April 2005
  • By: worker

May 7, 2005
University of California, Santa Cruz
Oakes 105
Time: 9:30-6:00

As we enter the 21st century, the political landscape has shifted dramatically. Since the end of the Cold War and the beginning of the open-ended War on Terror, the dominant ideologies, categories, antagonists, analyses of power and the modes in which it is exercised have changed. Accordingly, the theories and praxes of resistance are changing as well.

MayDay in Austin, TX

  • Posted on: 26 April 2005
  • By: worker

The Personal Demons of the Republic and the Industrial Workers of the World announce:
WHAT: MAY DAY 2005 Picnic, Puppet Play, and Singalong
WHEN: Sunday May 1, noon to four
WHERE: The Rock Garden in Zilker Park
CELEBRATE the traditional day of international labor SOLIDARITY and RECLAIM
the CULTURE of the working class with a radical rite of spring:
- Songs and stories from the IWW (Industrial Workers of the World), drawing

We Learn As We Walk: Looking Back on Five Years of NEFAC

  • Posted on: 26 April 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>The late 1990s was a depressing time for anarchists in North America. Long time activists were leaving a declining movement en masse, while projects were disbanding or taking a hiatus. Anarchists of the 1990s had struggled hard to develop a working praxis, while simultaneously trying to predict what "the next big thing" would be in terms of social struggle. Some talked of ecology, while others built up infoshops and other counter-institutions.</td><td><img src="files/pictures/nefac.jpg"></td></tr></table>


  • Posted on: 26 April 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td><strong>EUROMAYDAY CALL</strong>
Precarity is the most widespread condition of labour and life in Europe today. It affects everyone, everyday, in every part of life: whether chosen or imposed, precarity is a generalised condition experienced by the majority of people.

Precarious people are now the corner-stone of the wealth production process.
Notwithstanding this, we are invisible and count for nothing in the traditional forms of social and political representation or in the European agenda.</td><td><img src="./files/pictures/mayday05_thumb.jpg"></td></tr></table>

Autonomous Land Occupations in Brasil visit to 3 squatted territories in brasil

  • Posted on: 26 April 2005
  • By: worker

On February 18th 2005, a contingent of anarchists from Rio´s anarchist federation (FARJ or Federação Anarquista do Rio de Janeiro)made our way to Olga Benario Prestes, a squatted piece of land on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro to participate in their 2nd year anniversary and victory celebration. It had been two years of occupation and there was much reason to celebrate. The celebration was taking pace just days after Brazilian military and pigs had brutally evicted hundreds of families (12,000 people in total) from squatted land in Goiania, in the north of Brasil, killing several and disappearing many.

LIBERTARIAN BOOK CLUB / ANARCHIST FORUM: Bush’s Orwellian Democracy vs Real Democracy (US, NYC)

  • Posted on: 25 April 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>On Thursday, April 28, at 7:30pm, the Libertarian Book Club’s Anarchist Forum will present a panel discussing the history of what Democracy has meant and might mean in the future. This Forum will be our first at the New SPACE (New School for Pluralistic Anti-Capitalist Education) currently holding classes and events at the FUSION ARTS MUSEUM 57 Stanton Street, NYC (corner of Eldridge & Stanton Streets). This is in Manhattan's Lower East Side, one block south of Houston and one block south of the 2nd Ave. stop on the F and V trains.</td><td><img src="files/pictures/lbc.gif"></td></tr></table>

Montreal's Festival of Anarchy! Schedule (April 28 - May 25, 2005)

  • Posted on: 25 April 2005
  • By: worker

[Full details about each event is included below ...]
28 Opening Panel : Education
29 Mayworks!
30 Mayworks!

1 Mayworks! Anarchist Bloc, May 1st March Anarchist Soccer
4 Film: It's All Lies!
5 Film: Attention! Danger, Travail
6 Protest Against the Apartheid Wall
6 Palestinian Refugees Camp
7 Mayhem! Kidz Activities
12 Montreal's Anarchist Bookfair Benefit Show: Arseniq33
13 Decolonization Conference

Call for International Action Day of Solidarity with the Prisoners of Aachen

  • Posted on: 24 April 2005
  • By: worker

Since the 23rd of March 2005, our comrades Gabriel, Jose, Bart and Begoña are on trial in Aachen, Germany. Since the day of their arrest, on the 28th of June 2004, it is clear that they are and will be treated with a special vengeance - for months Jose, Gabriel and Bart have been imprisoned in almost complete isolation, for months they have been pictured as dangerous criminals, for months part of the so called radical left movement have kept silent. All this is standard procedure for the defenders of the existing order, normality, morality.

Mayday Anti-Capitalist and Anti-Authoritarian Contingent (US, LA)

  • Posted on: 24 April 2005
  • By: worker

Bring flags, banners, anti-authoritarian literature (in different languages, English, Spanish, Korean, Chinese), yourself and your friends Worldwide May 1st is recognized as International Worker's Day, a holiday that carries with it a history of class struggle, state repression, and resistance from the working class.
In 1886, 800,000 workers from all trades and factories throughout the US went on strike demanding the eight-hour workday. The Ruling class responded by sending out their lap-dog police forces, opening fire on picketers, and in the end, framing, railroading, and murdering eight anarchists in Chicago, known as the “Haymarket martyrs.�

Anarchists Spring Picnic (US, Indiana)

  • Posted on: 23 April 2005
  • By: worker

It's time to fold up our winter blankets and come out of hibernation. Indiana anarchists are at it again! Bring your friends, family, and neighbors to Indianapolis on May 7th to discuss plans for the year and figure out ways to support each other. Our friends working on Roadless Summer have asked that we set aside a morning session so folks across Indiana can coordinate their organizing efforts as we approach the beginning of the summer. Any other ideas for workshops or discussions can be sent to please bring a picnic basket with food to share as well as softball gloves, kickballs, soccer balls, etc.