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Outrage: An Anarchist Memoir of the Penal Colony by Clément Duval

Outrage - Clément Duval

“Theft exists only through the exploitation of man by man…when Society refuses you the right to exist, you must take it…the policeman arrested me in the name of the Law, I struck him in the name of Liberty.”  read more »

Prefigurative Organization, The

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by Kim Keyser

There are a lot of ideologies, movements and
organizations which have tried to fundamentally
change the world. If we take a look around, we
quickly find out that this has not yet been successful:
the global society is marked by extreme poverty,
gruesome wars, enormous environmental crises
and deep social problems. In part, none of these  read more »

Everyone to the Streets

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Texts and Communiqués from the Greek Uprising

Philly Dudes Collective, The - Year One (And a Half)

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The Philly Dudes collective takes stock of their workshops, activities and personal development as part of the struggle against patriarchy, sexism, sexual assault in Philly's Hard Core Punk Scene. Their aspiration is to create safe spaces for open, critical and honest discussion of masculinity and privilege and oppression more broadly. WIth a list of books and zines that may be useful.  read more »

Pleasure Power Comix --A closer look

Cover of the zine. Should be 5 pages include here, 6 including the cover (i think)

Well, this is a slightly updated version of just having the cover of this zine available. I wanted to put the entire thing online, but am hampered by the computer I can use, which doesn't allow CD insertion...nor anything else! Ah, public libraries...these daze.

But soon, soon, I should be able to put the entire wilde-ass comix zine up here!

Zine Esgurmitado de Marmitex Edição 06/2012

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Anarchist Reimagining: Communities of Resistance

This zine addresses migrant issues, borders and how institutions, prisons, heterosexism, and other oppressive forces have left people of color, queer, trans*, native folk, etc. subject to violence and is a re-imagining of an anarchist world without them using community accountability and recognizing institutions as pointless and that they only create a world of violence.  read more »

Building a solidarity network guide - extended

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A guide to building a successful solidarity network along the lines of the Seattle Solidarity Network.

New version also includes the SeaSol interview with libcom and "Why you should start a solidarity network"

a3yo #7

a zine, this time rather about baltic countries and some news from russia

anarchism in the philippines (by a3yo)

a short interview with activists from mindsetbreakers manila and housing struggling people plus some short historical comments

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