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.
Fire to the prisons for is an insurrectionary anarchist quarterly periodical that is distributed all over the world. It is intended to provoke a strong community of revolutionary solidarity. Every issue focuses on anarchist analysis, political prisoner awareness, actions conducted in solidarity with others prisons and campaigns, indigenous solidarity, and more. The article content for this issue is listed below. The link to download the PDF is available below, just cut and paste it to your web browser, and click the download link. read more »
An in-depth intro to social anarchist ideas from a platformist/especefista perspective.
If the RNC was a petri dish for social conflict, what have we learned? How can we generalize social conflict on our terms, to maintain and strengthen our collective power and autonomy? This zine was compiled as an effort to forward this ongoing discussion, for futher experimentation.
Compiled by FRIENDS (criminal anarchists from Milwaukee)
by Uri Gordon
Contact uri at riseup dot net read more »
Common Action is proud to announce the publication of our newsletter Intersections. Written with regular people in mind, the newsletter strives to connect community issues to anarchist ideas, serving as a paper that any neighbor might find interesting, informative, and reliable. It can be left in laundromats and bus seats just as easily as a radical bookstore.
This issue's contents include:
Whose Streets? Gentrification in Seattle by Andrew Hedden and Jacquelyn Hermer
Northwest Anarchist People of Color Gathering: A Report-Back by Brooke Stepp read more »
Welcome to Dj Questionmark's Audio Archive. Here you will find interviews with people about a veriety of topics since 2004.These interviews aired on pirate radio Free Radio Olympia 98.5 fm, Weird Radio Portland 93.7fm, Berkeley Liberation Radio 104.1 fm and LP-FM KOWA 106.5fm. read more »
Amazing anarchist organizing for the past couple years came out of the DNC/RNC. Let's take this organizing, the networks, the friendships, and the momentum and organize and fight to strike down one of the most oppressive terrorist institutions of our time: Immigration and Customs Enforcement. read more »
the whole book
Two year anniversary issue! Packed full with articles, direct action and repression reports, prisoner letters, and much more! Download and share with friends.
http://zinelibrary.info/files/ma9.pdf (14.8 mb)
a paper of anarchistic ideas and actions
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In what is perhaps a first for Aotearoa Pakeha anarchists (please let us know if that isn't the case) 'From the Kitchen' is a zine devoted to the discussion of anarchist mens relationship/response to the feminist movement(s) and our own sexist behaviour. The zine isn't about pointing fingers but instead is done in the style of critical self-reflection by the authors about sexism in their own lives.
Topics in the first issue include:
Me(n) and Pornography
Slugs in the Sandpit - The Gendered politics of the garden
Meat Robots Unite read more »
by Brian Heagney 2002-2004
So there I was...
a few weeks into my first semester of Architecture School and I was beginning to see everything through the eyes of anarchy, politics and social justice...
but especially anarchy