Jobs, Bullshit, and the Bureaucratization of the World

  • Posted on: 31 July 2018
  • By: thecollective

From The Brooklyn Rail

You probably first heard of him when reading, on Bloomberg.com or in the pages of The New Yorker, about his role as one of the “founders” of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Some of you might have stumbled across him even earlier, when The New York Times published a short article on the openly anarchist anthropology professor whose politics, he lamented, thwarted his plans for tenure at Yale.

The evolution of Eugene’s anarchist movements

  • Posted on: 31 July 2018
  • By: thecollective

From Daily Emerald

Rioters ran through the streets of downtown Eugene, blocking traffic and resisting arrest on June 18, 1999. The event had escalated from an international protest named “Carnival Against Capital” earlier that same day. People went to the nearest bank and started smashing windows according to John Zerzan, a prominent, Eugene-based anarchist thinker. Activist Rob los Ricos, who was present at the riot, ended up spending seven years in prison for hitting a cop in the shoulder with a rock.

Announcing Clarion Book Project

  • Posted on: 30 July 2018
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Prison seeks to isolate our friends behind walls both physical and psychological. Separated from loved ones, anarchist prisoners are removed from the daily dialogue and exchange of ideas that give birth to liberatory projects and experiments. Imprisoned anarchists will find very little in prison libraries and network television to keep them informed on outside struggles, and, in absence of comrades on the outside mailing in magazines and books, they are left without access to subversive literature of any kind.

Since 2014, Bloomington Anarchist Black Cross has been sending monthly packages of literature to a handful of anarchist prisoners in the United States. These generally feature recently-published anarchist periodicals and zines, historical texts, and articles on current events. In addition, we send packages of books every other month. The project has fostered dialogue on current struggles, enabled US anarchist prisoners to express solidarity to anarchist prisoners around the world, and led to sharing of anarchist literature throughout the prisons where our friends are held captive.

What's new with LBC - Summer 2018

  • Posted on: 30 July 2018
  • By: aragorn

From Little Black Cart

Welcome to the quarterly newsletter of Little Black Cart. We distribute anarchist anti-political books, pamphlets, and newspapers. This quarter we have a few new small books (including a classic reprint) and a large memorial collection from our friend and comrade Paul Z Simons.

Two publications about anarchism in Belarus, Ukraine and Russia

  • Posted on: 30 July 2018
  • By: thecollective

Two new publications in English. “The Russian government, like any authoritarian regime, can not exist without the image of the enemy, external or internal. But people since Soviet times have got used to an eternal “threat of the West” and its spies. Therefore, the society is increasingly being pushed onto the needle of brutal massacre of ” public enemy forces”. For this purpose, the topic of extremism is actively promoted and new “enemies” are being stamped out.”

Agency’s June / July Top Picks from Channel Zero

  • Posted on: 30 July 2018
  • By: thecollective

Channel Zero has a constantly updated feed of podcasts covering a wide range of issues important to anarchists, and we highly recommend spending some time exploring all there is to offer. As a start we would like to share with you our top picks from the Channel Zero feed over the past month. From now on we will be sharing our recommendations with you every month!

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