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Solidarity Forever Motherfuckers!


Happy May Day ⁄ International Worker’s Day!

Solidarity Unionism at Starbucks


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Something changed: One extremist's thoughts on twelve unquiet months

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The texts in this collection were all originally written for the Cautiously Pessimistic blog hosted at between October 2010 and September 2011. Quite a lot happened during that time.  read more »

South Side Chicago ARA Zine July 31, 2010


This zine documents some of the work we’ve been up to so far in the first year of South Side Chicago Anti-Racist Action and was prepared for the July 31 2010 Day of Action Against Racism and Fascism. We hope that this publication will start a larger discussion in strategizing ways we can more effectively combat all forms of oppression in our city.

South Side Chicago Anti-Racist Action
southsidechicagoara at hushmail dot com  read more »

Staughton Lynd's Remarks on Solidarity Unionism


From the Industrial Workers of the World Centenary Conference June, 2005

Steve Biko am 12. September 1977 gestorben

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Steve Biko – Biografie

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Am 18. Dezember 1946 wurde Bantu Steve Biko in King Williams Town, als drittes Kind von Mathew Mzingaye und Alice Nokuzola, geboren.

Er besuchte die Grundschule in King Williams Town und die weiterführende Missionarsschule Marianhill in Natal. Biko schreibt sich 1966 für Medizin in der schwarzen Abteilung der Universität von Natal ein.  read more »

Stockade Stood Burning, The : rebellion and the convict lease in tennessee's coalfields, 1891-1895


This zine covers an obscure but phenomenal story of coal miners' and convicts' joint rebellion against the convict leasing system in post-Civil War Tennessee. Touching on the issues of prison growth, racial identities in the south, the limitations of demand-oriented movements, and the application of contemporary insurrectionary perspectives in understanding historical phenomena, it is "required reading" for anyone interested in appalachian social movements, insurrection, or historical positioning of the southern white worker. Brought to you by the North Carolina Piece Corps.  read more »

STREET TRANSVESTITE ACTION REVOLUTIONARIES: survival, revolt, and queer antagonist struggle


Untorelli Press presents a compilation of historical documents, interviews, and critical analyses of STAR, a group of street queens in early 70s New York City who self-organized for survival and revolt. Contained within are pamphlets distributed by STAR, as well as interviews with and speeches by Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson.  read more »

Strike in Gdansk, The


Aug 14-31, 1980
Edited and Translated by
Andrzej Tymoski

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Strike, Riot and Fire Among the Garment Workers - a working class revolt in Bangladesh

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Mass working class revolt has been raging in Bangladesh for several months: garment workers fighting for improved wages and conditions... Farmers fighting destruction of their livelihoods by open cast mining... Mass insurrection against power cuts...  read more »

Subversion of Politics, The : European Autonomous Social Movements and the Decolonization of Everyday Life by Katsiaficas

The Subversion of Politics

Since the modern anti-globalization movement kicked off with the 1999 WTO protests in Seattle, a new generation has been engaging in anti-capitalist direct action. Its aims, politics, lifestyles, and tactics grow directly out of the autonomous social movements that emerged in Europe from the 1970s through the mid-1990s.  read more »

Subverts Unite! Issue No. 3

Subverts Unite Issue No.3 (August 2012)

Subverts Unite is an anarcho-collectivist publishing conspiracy based in Tampa, Florida.  read more »