Changing the Conversation: The Need for an Anarchist Lens on Campus Sexual Assault

  • Posted on: 7 October 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Agency - by HILLARY LAZAR

This is Part 1 in an Agency series: Confronting Sexual Assault on Campus

In May, despite administrative efforts to prevent her from doing so, Emma Sulkowicz, a former Columbia University student dragged the mattress where she was allegedly raped by fellow student, Jean-Paul Nungesser, onto the commencement stage.

Introducing Agency, the World’s First Anarchist PR Firm

  • Posted on: 20 May 2015
  • By: worker

From Konbini - by DJ Pangburn

Since time immemorial, anarchism has had a PR problem. Its many ideological strands have never truly controlled their respective images and terms of debate in the public consciousness. Instead, for over a century this ground has been ceded to politicians, mainstream media and big business, who have separately and collectively framed anarchism as — to borrow the term once leveled against Throbbing Gristle — “wreckers of civilization”.

Anarchists Respond to Senator Feinstein's Call to Ban the Anarchist Cookbook

  • Posted on: 8 April 2015
  • By: worker

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senator Dianne Feinstein (D–CA) is calling for a ban of The Anarchist Cookbook, published in 1971, following the arrest of two women in New York. After the pair allegedly conspired to build an explosive using the book, Senator Feinstein called for the book to be taken off of the internet—but she has made no move to curtail her own government’s production and distribution of weapons of mass destruction around the world, many of which are now in the hands of ISIS.

Episode 70: 01/25/15: Interview with Agency and Fireside Chats with Dead Eastern Europeans

  • Posted on: 26 January 2015
  • By: Rydra

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0:00: Interview with Jen Angel and Ryan Only of Agency; 42:58: As the World Burns: As the planet becomes increasingly uninhabitable, some call for AI overlords; 50:25: Rydra’s Fireside Chat: Rydra reads Robert Musil, Emil Cioran, and Hermann Broch and tells us why we should care;