The following zines and pamphlets were published within the broad anarchist space during the month of July. We encourage you to print these zines out and read them away from a screen (maybe in the woods?). Use them to have discussions, as catalysts for new projects, as tools to sharpen your analysis, etc. We’ve heard that people use these posts to print zines to table at events with, to make packages to send to prisoners, and as fodder for those Little Free Library boxes that have become popular over the past several years.
The following anarchist zines and pamphlets were published over the last month or so. As always, we favor casting a wide net in these posts which means there are frequently things we don’t agree with included in these round-ups. Outside of actual face-to-face conversations, we favor the idea of different anarchist ideas coming into contact with each other via a robust print-based discussion. Perhaps it is a personal bias, but it seems preferable to the heavily Internet-based state of contemporary anarchist discourse.
The following zines and pamphlets were published over the last last month. Together they form a broad selection including locally focused counter-information projects, theoretical texts, reports on anti-prison organizing, and texts aimed for intervention into the burgeoning student walkout movement.
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This is our semi-monthly round-up of various zines and pamphlets published within the broad anarchist space. Each month, we try to keep an eye out for what’s new and post them here. If there is something that we have missed, please contact us. As always, we encourage people to read these zines, share them with friends, print off extra copies and leave them in places where people will pick them up, use them to start reading groups, etc.
Two unsolved robberies in Aachen lead to an international anarchist witch-hunt involving cops, laboratories, judges and screws.
As a result, three anarchists, incorrigible dreamers of freedom and bitter enemies of all power, are arrested in Spain and the Netherlands and extradited to the dungeons of the German State.
Let’s seize the challenge of this very contemporary repressive design and transform it into an attack on the existent,each in their own way, with their own means.
In hopes of contributing to the growing discontent with the police and prisons, sections of the Ex-Worker podcast have been put together as two pamphlets by some independent @s.
The first pamphlet, entitled POLICE/POLICING and LIFE WITHOUT THE POLICE, discusses the origins of the police, police tactics, and how life could look without them.
The second, PRISONS and PRISON ABOLITION, looks at the prison system and how alternatives to it might look like.