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Interview w/ anarchist about Belarus protests

from Green Anti-Capitalist Front

Interview with anarchist in Minsk about the Belarus protests

The fight against the capitalist system and the authoritarian nation states driving the destruction of the planet must be an international one if it has any hope of succeeding. That’s why we decided to reach out to anarchists in Belarus to learn about the current wave of protests confronting the regime of Lukashenka. We did it by contacting the Anarchist Black Cross Belarus, but this interview represents the opinion of a single anarchist in Minsk and doesn’t reflects the position of any particular organisation or group.

Write to Maria Rabkova

via Anarchist Black Cross Belarus

Maria Rabkova, an anarchist from Minsk, recently worked at the Human Rights Center “Viasna”. She was detained on September 17, 2020 on charges of organising training or financing riots (Article 293.3 of the Criminal Code). She was declared a political prisoner.

Kept in:

SIZO-1, 2 Volodarskogo St., Minsk, 220030, Belarus
Maria Alexandrovna Rabkova

Anarchist Black Cross (Czech): Poster in Solidarity with Mónica and Francisco

via: email

Anarchist Black Cross (Czech) created a new poster in solidarity with Mónica Caballero a Francisco Solar.

https://abcnews.noblogs.org/files/2020/07/M%C3%B3nica_a_Francisco_2.png

Our solidarity is stronger than their prisons!

ABC - Czech

‘To find cracks. To stare down. To keep on… And to provoke…’ – interview with ASBO (May 2020)

From London Anarchist Black Cross

ASBO is the author of the seminal text Bang-Up and Smash: Women’s Prisons, Bail Hostels and Probation, partly an account and alaysis of systems she was held captive by. She is also part of the collective responsible for ‘The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions: Covid-19, Corbyn and ‘Crisis’, which addresses Corbyn, voting and Covid-19.

In early May, members of London ABC sent her some questions on these topics. Her answers are bold, generous, heartfelt and inciteful, with a depth of personal reflections and a breadth of analysis grappling with the world we find ourselves in.

Solidarity is fragile – thoughts on the “Network” case from ABC Dresden

Solidarity is fragile – thoughts on the “Network” case from ABC Dresden

From Anarchist Black Cross Dresden

Around a month ago before the whole Europe was locked down by the national states, anarchist movement in different parts of the world was shaken by the news from Russia around “Network Case”. Liberal news portal “Meduza” published information that some of the defendants from Penza were involved in murder of two people while they were on the run. This information brought back the topic of how we organize our solidarity and what are the limits of our solidarity. Although we are not located in the region, we have a connection to our comrades in Russia. We organized many solidarity events for those prosecuted under “Network” case in the city of Dresden. For example, an evening at the end of December, where we encouraged people to write to Russian Anarchists and Antifascists in prison.

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