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TOTW: Occupy 10 years later

Shock-u-py and Awe-cu-py

Around 10 years ago the first Occupy protest to grab large public attention began on September 17, 2011 in Zuccotti Park, New York City. By October, Occupy had setup camp in over 951 cities across 82 different countries, and over 600 spots in the USA. By the end of 2011 and not far into 2012 most of the Occupy spaces had been cleared by the authorities. This week, we’re taking a look back and into the future of Occupy ideas.

Sean Is Back at OSP Youngstown

Write an anarchist prisoner today!

from seanswain.noblogs.org

The ODRC has decided to recall it’s favorite guest to the supermax at Youngstown (Ohio State Penitentiary). This seems to be procedural as a way of assessing his threat level and what sort of facility he should be relegated to for his time back in Ohio. Since Sean was about to graduate down to a Medium facility before his out-of-state transfer to Virginia a little over 2 years ago and he’s been held at a Medium facility in VA, it stands to reason Sean’ll be moving to a Medium unless they’re being punitive in their placement. Only time will tell, this is the new ODRC!

Four men accused of ‘terrorism’

from belsat.eu

Prosecutor’s Office submits case of Alinevich group to court, four men accused of ‘terrorism’

Ihar Alinevich, Dzmitry Dubouski, Dzmitry Razanovich, Syarhei Ramanau are accused of ‘illegal actions with firearms, ammunition and explosives’ as well as of ‘committing acts of terrorism’, the Prosecutor General’s Office reports.

Notes on the Development of Proudhon’s Thought

i am not a prude hon hon hon

from Libertarian Labyrinth

These notes will obviously be of most use to those who have followed previous discussions of the individual texts, but it represents what seems to be a fairly promising attempt to deal with the shifting terms of Proudhon’s analysis from 1839 until his death and, as such, may be useful to others, if only as a bit more concrete suggestion that such a resolution is possible.

Ruymán Rodríguez and the Federación Anarquista de Gran Canaria: An Interview

anarchists talking to journalists

From autonomies.org translation by Julius Gavroche

An interview for the spanish newspaper, El Salto diario (05/10/2021) …

The Canarian anarchist activist Ruymán Rodríguez visits the Valencian Community, invited by the Mostra del Llibre Anarquista d’Alacant, to share the work carried out by the Sindicato de Inquilinas and the Federación Anarquista de Gran Canaria.

Videos From The Trash Dimension

Videos From The Trash Dimension

We upload and screen videos and films made without money or directors. If you make something like that, send it our way. There's an anarchist shaped hole in the world of movies, let's fill it. In a gay way.

Episode 1 is up and you don't need permission to screen it. Info shops, your house, under a bridge, we don't care.

We are winning battles for the freedom of Gabriel Pombo

via anarquia.info, Translated by Act for freedom now!

Spain: Elisa di Bernardo – “We are winning battles for the freedom of Gabriel Pombo”

Elisa di Bernardo went to Oviedo yesterday to relate the situation of her companion Gabriel Pombo da Silva. She was invited by the group Higinio Carrocera, in collaboration with the Cambalache community centre, taking advantage of her visit to Pombo in the prison of Mansilla de las Mulas in León. Elisa gave a very complete account of both the legal situation of the anarchist prisoner and his life and struggle during more than 30 years in prison.

Jacinto Lives! Memories from St. Louis

from Kate Sharpley Library

This week we discovered sad news. Jacinto Barrera Bassols, anarchist, historian, and friend, had died in July of Covid-19 at age 65. We spent only a handful of days with this funny, inquisitive, warm-hearted man. He defied all our stereotypes of an academic historian, and left a deep impression on us.

Anarchism: Giving form to autonomy

Lenin Statue from Theo Angelopoulos’ Ulysses Gaze (1995)

from Autonomies

This post was born of an exchange of letters between John Holloway and Michael Hardt that focused on the issue of “anti-capitalist social movements” and their “organisation” and “institutionalisation”. The letters date from 2011, but their subject remains contemporary, as does the much older “exchange” between anarchism and Marxism by which we introduce the letters.

Censorship applied to anarchist Alfredo Cospito

Write an anarchist prisoner today! [But await for further updates in the case of those whose correspondence is being witheld or censored.]

via Act for free!

We inform that just over a week ago comrade Alfredo was subjected to a three-month censorship of correspondence.

Updates will follow.

The address of the comrade:

Alfredo Cospito
C. C. di Terni
strada delle Campore 32
05100 Terni
Italia – Italy

[September 30, 2021].

Sean Swain's Ohio on Immediatism Podcast

In these four episodes of Immediatism podcast are told both Sean's story of why he was imprisoned and some of the events of his court case, appeal, and incarceration, as well as the history of the state of Ohio. Writing this summary is difficult without major spoilers but suffice it to say that Ohio shouldn't be a state at all and certainly, by the chain of legal and illegal events cited by Swain, does not have any legal standing to convict and incarcerate anyone.


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