Modern Science and Anarchism by Peter Kropotkin
In Liberate Not Exterminate the Curious George Brigade argue that contrary to some anti-civilization assertions, cities can be both environmentally sustainable and free from both the state and capital. Further the hive of culture and thought that cities uniquely facilitate is very much in line with anarchism.
In the hugely influential A Cyborg Manifesto Donna Haraway criticizes traditional notions of Feminism, particularly it's emphasis on identity, rather than affinity. She explores the potential of the cyborg concept in order to construct a postmodern feminism that moves beyond dualisms and the limitations of traditional gender, feminism and politics.
Posters in solidarity with the Oakland Commune; display far and wide for all to see. One is color and 11X17, the other is B&W and 8.5X11.
The zine is made of of selections from a book titled We Are Everywhere: The Irresistible Rise of Global Anti-capitalism that was edited by Notes from Nowhere. The original book chronicles the anti-capitalist/anti-globalization movement of the late-1990s and early-2000s. Consequently, a lot of the tactics discussed here come out of that context. read more »
using space is a zine about squats, social centres and alternative ways of living.
this is issue six, produced january 2o12.
previous issues are also hosted here apart from five, which was too large, but it's hosted at other places, including northern indymedia uk
* Facing Up to Mike Weatherley's Fearsome Gauntlet
* A Secret History of the City
* The CoolTan Arts Centre read more »
Mikhail Bakunin on Violence: A Letter to Sergey Nechayev
It's Down to This: stories, critiques and ideas on community and collective response to sexual violence and accountabilitySubmitted by Anonymous on Fri, 01/27/2012 - 01:34.
This zine is a collection of stories, critiques and ideas reflecting on our experiences organizing around community and collective response to sexual violence, abuse and accountability.
"Basic logic dictates that you either have an obligation to LET “law enforcers” have their way with you, or you have the right to STOP them from doing so, which will almost always require killing them."
Radical queers and their allies came together to form an un-welcoming party for Dan Savage on January 21, 2012, outside the Vogue Theatre on unceded Coast Salish Territories. After successfully glitter-bombing Dan Savage outside the theater, the Homomilitia handed out over 200 pamphlets (each with a tiny glitter packet stapled inside!) to people attending the talk. read more »
Collection of principles and guidelines as enumerated by military affairs analyst John Robb. Some of the world's top guerrilla groups have formally adopted Robb's work on warfare as their own. According to Robb, torrential improvements in technology and globalization have combined to make it possible for small groups of violent individuals to go to war against nation-states and win.
This is the story of the occupation of a derelict building in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on November 12-13, 2011, told in the voices of a wide range of participants. While anarchists and corporate media have circulated news of this action far and wide, the experiences shared inside the building have remained a sort of black box. read more »
An insurrectionary anarchist critique of armed struggle-ism, named organizations, and the new anarchist guerrilla tendency.
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