This was not produced by the TP5 support crew, but is contributed in the spirit of solidarity. A simple and direct introduction to the case, to be printed as a black and white, 11 x 17 poster.
A history of Anti-Racist Action (ARA) written in the mid-2000s. Looks primarily at ARA's work in the 1990s. Good history.
This zine was originally self-published (in a very small circulation, under 50) with the intention to challenge Zig Zag of Zig Zag Comix, to a "comix duel", due to two things: One, his perpetuation of colonial paradigms of violent reaction to aggression, and two, to challenge a prevailing concept, if I remember right, of his and the canadian Native Youth Movement's perpetuation of a 'character ass read more »
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!
stories from istanbul, bulgaria noborder, lgbt in ex-yugoslavia, antiziganism, travel stories, ...
Silence Still = Death. Queer antifascist solidarity with the Tinley Park 5.
Full-color single page pdf for printing onto sticker paper. Sticker paper can be found at office supply stores or online. Please post comments if you have trouble with margins, quality, etc.
This carefully chosen collection features the most important writings from the turbulent last four years of Emma Goldman’s life. This incredible follow-up her popular autobiography, Living My Life, reveals her struggles with the contradictions of the Spanish Revolution and her efforts to maintain integrity and vision in the heat of political activism.
A trifold that lists racist groups active in Indiana and Illinois, brief descriptions of the types of groups, a couple of paragraphs about fighting racism, and links to antiracist projects. Put out in support of the Tinley Park 5.
Beach Beneath the Street, The : The Everyday Life and Glorious Times of the Situationist International by McKenzie WarkSubmitted by Anonymous on Fri, 08/10/2012 - 08:09.
Over fifty years after the Situationist International appeared, they continue to influence activists, artists and theorists. From the Invisible Committee's bestselling The Coming Insurrection to Iain Sinclair's psychogeographic explorations, their work is still found to be rich with possibilities, yet its breadth and diversity is still unexplored. read more »
"Durruti was the ultimate working-class hero: carrying the future in his heart and a gun in each pocket. Abel Paz's magnificent biography resurrects the very soul of Spanish anarchism.”—Mike Davis, author of Planet of Slums read more »
"I have sought with all my strength to elevate the moral and material conditions of the Italian workers here, and I have sought to instill in their souls the same faith in their emancipation that is alive in me. I am a soldier of the ideal."—Carlo Tresca, 1923 read more »
An important manual
This book maybe copyrighted.
Even critics have a difficult time imagining a world without police. But just what is the role of police in a democracy: to serve the public or to protect the powerful? Tracing the evolution of the modern police force back to the slave patrols, this controversial study observes the police as the armed defender of a violent status quo.
We Are an Image from the Future: The Greek Revolt of 2008 (Edited by A.G. Schwarz, Tasos Sagris, and Void Network)Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 06/30/2012 - 22:48.
What causes a city, then a whole country, to explode? How did one neighborhood's outrage over the tragic death of one teenager transform itself into a generalized insurrection against State and capital, paralyzing an entire nation for a month? read more »