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Agoric Cafe! Ep. 33

Don't judge a book by its cover. But also, reading is for nerds.

from Agoric Cafe!

Ep. 33: San Diego Bookstores, Part 5: GROUNDWORK BOOKS

Continuing the San Diego bookstores series, Roderick Long chats with Jack Ran of the Groundwork Book Collective, a radical left-wing bookstore on the campus of UCSD. Topics include running a bookstore as an egalitarian collective; participating in wildcat strikes; surviving arson attacks; the dynamics of anarchist/Marxist cooperation; conflicts with the university administration; what campus leftists owe to Donald Trump; and the joys of reading Proudhon, Kevin Carson, and Shawn Wilbur.

It’s Time to Help the Lucy Parsons Center

from Center for a Stateless Society

by Eric Fleischmann

The Lucy Parsons Center—originally opened as the Red Book Store in 1969 in Central Square, Cambridge but later renamed after the famed anarcho-communist and labor-organizer—is a non-profit, independent, cooperative radical bookstore and activist community center located in Jamaica Plain, Boston. As they write on their website: for years, the Center…

Fascist attacks will not stop us!

from Anarkismo

The Anarkismo network relays the communiqué of the Lyon group of the Union Communiste Libertaire (UCL), an organisation active in France and Belgium and which is a member of the network. We express our solidarity with our comrades in Lyon and relay their communiqué and their call for financial solidarity.

Words from a bookstore

via Contra Info, translation by Anarchist News.

Words from an anarchist bookstore in the International Week of Solidarity with Imprisoned Anarchists

On when solidarity turns us into accomplices and we smile happy to be there. Fight against repentance! Brief words answering the call for international solidarity with the anarchist prisoners of the world. An instance of anti-prison reflection.

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