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Open Call to Anarchist Tech Guerillas

  • Posted on: 27 October 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Community Network Infrastructure

Infrastructure of Freedom!

We go beyond clicktivism, beyond anarcho-tourism, beyond neo-colonial activism. We work together, we listen to each other, we learn and we share. We are building a cooperative to provide liberatory technology solutions for revolutionary, or potentially revolutionary, communities across the planet. We are viral factors of anarchist tech-querilla. Will you join us?

Cultural Appropriation & Shaming

  • Posted on: 21 November 2016
  • By: thecollective

From Fifth Estate #397, Winter 2017

On college campuses, in urban squats, at hip city venues, and at anarchist events, one often sees young white people sporting dreadlocks or Mohawk haircuts. However, there has been an increasingly aggressive push- back by those who designate this as cultural appropriation and are confronting and shaming those they deem guilty of the practice.

Anti-Election Action – Baliwag Bulacan Philippines

  • Posted on: 4 February 2016
  • By: anonymous

20 January 2016 – the anti-election campaign initiated by Local Autonomous Network (LAN) was hosted by Food Not Bombs (FNB) crew in Baliwag Bulacan. Anarcho punks and FNB volunteers of the said locality conducted series of activities from food preparation, food sharing, inter-action with street children and homeless people. Due to lack of materials, T-shirt printing was cancelled LAN volunteers provided silk screen to the local volunteers for them to continue the activity in their convenient time.

The Clash of “Communities;” the State of the Occupation at the 4th Precinct

  • Posted on: 23 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

“A man who has a language consequently possesses the world expressed and implied by that language.” (Frantz Fanon)

Ok, let’s take a look at this mess:

• “Together as a community we are going through something no community wants to face together… It is the dignity of neighborliness, the dignity of community, it is the dignity of the city of Minneapolis… It is that strength that will carry us through as a community…My vision is that we catalyze this moment for peace…that we strengthen the bonds of our communities with police and with each other.” (Mayor Hodges)