by Aileen O'Carrell
by Deirdre Hogan
by Deric Shannon and J. Rogue
Maxine Molyneux’s “No God, No Boss, No Husband: Anarchist Feminism in Nineteenth-Century Argentina” (Latin American Perspectives, Vol. 13, No. 1, Latin America’s Nineteenth-Century History, Winter, 1986)
How feminists, freaks, and radical democrats are redifining self-hood
by Roger White
submitted to anarcha.org (2008)
en niet-hiërarchisch organiseren (dutch)
submitted to anarcha.org 2007
Introduction pg 3-4
The pointlessness of linguistic reformism pg 4
Hysteria pg 5-8
Common herbs around the Vancouver Area pg 9-12
Women and the black bloc
Women that fight back pg 16-17
This is anarcha herbalism by Laurel Luddite pg 18-24
Riot! pg 25
A written interview with lesbian political prisoners Laura Whitehorn, Linda Evens and Susan Rosenberg
By Queers United In Support of Political Prisoners (QUISP)1991
From the Introduction: read more »
reformatted by Kersplebedeb
Making Discrimination Easier!
A simple. step-by-step guide to derailing awkward conversations by dismissing and trivialising your opposition’s perspective and experience. Just some of the many issues you can apply it to:
*sexism* *whorephobia* *racism* *transphobia* *classism* *homophobia* *albeism* *kinkphobia* *fatphobia*
guaranteed, you can use it to marginalise anyone!
Social Detox *a.m. helps cleanse you of the daily social toxins we encounter within a patriarchal society (including but not limited to, sexism, racism, classism, homophobia)*. Our ingredients are carefully selected to form a radical critique of Patriarchy and to support the regeneration of healthy relationships. read more »
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.
SQUAT: An Anarchist Birth Journal is finally up online so people can read it for free if they like. Print it out, share it with friends, do what you like with it. And submit stuff to us for the next issue at firstname.lastname@example.org!