Montreal's 7th Anarchist Bookfair

  • Posted on: 9 January 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>The Montreal Anarchist Bookfair and Festival of Anarchy is the largest anarchist event in North America, and an important exchange of anarchist and anti-authoritarian ideas. The Bookfair is for anarchists and non-anarchists alike, in French and English, with participants from all over North America and beyond.<br><br>
Callout: Montreal's 7th Anarchist Bookfair

An ATM Destroyed (Turkey)

  • Posted on: 5 January 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>(04.01.2006)-Istanbul have just informed by an anonymous e-mail that last night a group of anarchist destroyed an ATM against the capitalist money civilization...After direct action they spay-painted the walls near the bank writing "No Compromise!", "Anarchy" and "Insurrection Against Civilization"...and they stated that they'll be preparing for the next attack against civilization.

Dear Abby...

  • Posted on: 3 January 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>DEAR ABBY: I am an armed forces veteran who spent a tour of duty in Iraq in 2004. My wife and I separated three years ago, and she and our four children now reside in another state. Neither of us has ``moved on,'' and we may reconcile later in life.<br><br>

Demand immediate release of jailed Mexican human/labor rights activist Martin Barrios Hernandez

  • Posted on: 2 January 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>In the summer of 2005, I had the pleasure of being placed by student organization United Students Against Sweatshops with an organization in Tehuacan, Puebla, in Mexico, called the Tehuacan Valley Commission for Human and Labor Rights (DHuLVaT), an anarchist human and labor rights group that has been organizing locally with sweatshop workers to take control of their lives at work for over a decade. These were the most tireless fighters for human and labor rights I have ever met.

DAAA Collective Year in Review 2005

  • Posted on: 31 December 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>2005 was an interesting and busy year for us here in Modesto. In some ways we came into a routine in some respects, repeating many projects that we have done in past years, and in some ways it was totally new ground, as we ventured off into various new avenues of organizing, and made new connections with our community. Bellow is a blow by blow account of our actions, organizing drives, and projects throughout the year.</td><td><img src="files/pictures/daaabanner.jpg"></td></tr></table><!--break-->

San Francisco, Jan. 21: Confront the Right-Wing Invasion and Shut down the Walk for Life

  • Posted on: 29 December 2005
  • By: worker

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Defend Women's Reproductive Autonomy, Confront the anarchistactioRight-Wing Invasion, and Shut down the Walk for Life. Meet at 11 am. Saturday, Jan. 21. Justin Herman Plaza at the Embarcadero, San Francisco. Look for the info table.

Spokescouncil to plan Civil Disobedience:<br>
Sunday, Jan. 15. San Francisco. 3 pm. Location to be announced.

The Furious Five Revolutionary Collective (SJ, CA) has disbanded

  • Posted on: 29 December 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>The Furious Five Revolutionary Collective was formed with the idea of being a political group for anarchist-communist organizers working within popular, mass organizations in San Jose. Reaching outside the South Bay, we met with other like-minded comrades, who gave birth to a much bigger project. Meeting other anarchist individuals who aside from their anarchist politics held on to popular organizing as their political work, we shared the idea of forming a space to meet and work with each other.

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