Schedule poster for carrboro anarchist bookfair.
and other writings on anarchists and the media
a Venomous Butterfly Publication
Chasing after ghosts: a critique of anarchist organizing, and its worst contradictions, in the North American contextSubmitted by Anonymous on Tue, 12/04/2012 - 18:22.
The thrust of this critique is not pointed towards individual convictions, ideas and desires. As always, the greater the scope of our generalizations, the more exceptions we leave outside. These are responses to general trends and tendencies observed in the North American anarchist milieu. read more »
South Side Chicago Anti-Racist Action is making available several old-school ARA zines published many years ago by Chicago ARA.
ARA Research Bulletin #1 May 2001 (No Tears for the Nazis, No Support for the State, The Enemy of Our Enemy: the Southern Poverty Law Center “Badjackets” Anarchists, The Third Position, The New Face of Resistance: White Music for White Sheep, Hale and Brimstone, and News from the Front Lines) read more »
The ChimpanZine #6
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We all know what Noam Chomsky is against. His scathing analysis of everything that’s wrong with our society reaches more and more people every day. His brilliant critiques of—among other things—capitalism, imperialism, domestic repression and government propaganda have become mini-publishing industries unto themselves. read more »
by Class War
by Exploited Existance
on my mind
essays by Chris Crass
This zine is a basic short introduction to collectives and the philosophy behind organizing collectively without hierarchy. It argues against the faceless mass-based organizing approach and in favor of a networked approach of small collectives with whom participants have affinity.
It's a reprint of an old article that appeared in Profane Existence.
Montreal based poster.
The soldiers with their specialists, and the pigs with their guns, cannot stop, the lost ones and the desperate ones, and the driven ones.
an analysis for activists
Communities of color across the US have historically been victims of police violence in various ways. This pamphlet offers analysis of police violence in our neighborhoods, proposes steps towards building alternatives to policing, and includes legal resources.
by Victor Robinson
This is a handout from the Rock Dove Collective that provides an outline for an alternative model of dealing with conflict -- no police, no state, no hierarchy, no jail. It's community-based and centers around bringing people who are affected by a conflict into a facilitated circle to talk about the issues and feelings that arise from the conflict. A good beginning.
Also included is a word document with an example script outline for facilitators, as well as an outline of what circles are and aren't intended to do.