Movements

House Magic: Bureau of Foreign Correspondence, #2

The second journal of an information project on social center and political squatting in the 21st century (Winter 2010). Includes Miles de Viviendas in Barcelona, Frise in Hamburg,
Autonomous Zones in Amsterdam, Bullet Space New York City, Telestreet in Italy, Christiania in Copenhagen, SQEK: Squatting Europe Kollectiv Research Agenda, Zumbi in
Sao Paolo Brazil, and many other bulletins.

House Magic: Bureau of Foreign Correspondence, #1

The first journal of a survey information project on social center squatting around Europe in the 21st century. Includes articles on New Yorck Bethanien in Berlin, Rote Flora in Hamburg, RampART Social Centre and Micropolitics in London, a report from Granada, Spain, Atelier ESC in Rome, Cox 18 in Milan, Rhino in Geneva, and a solidarity occupation of a road near Christiania in Copenhagen.  read more »

Rape, Racism, and the White Women's Movement

Never before has the media been so friendly to radical feminism.
But then again, never before has radical feminism been so eager to
place itself at the forefront of the "fight against crime,"
wholeheartedly supporting the basic premises and institutions of our
society that underlie all oppression, including that of women.
[...]

Groups like Santa Cruz Women Against Rape are complex. They
make good statements about racism in their publications. They reject
prison as a solution to fighting violence against women. They recognize
that rape will end only ". . . with the development of a new system that
provides a context for . . . changes in people's lives." One wonders,
then, how and why they are fighting rape.

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Spanish Anarchism and Women's Liberation (Journal article)

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by Temma E. Kaplan. Contemporary History journal.

Peoples' Global Action Timeline

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moments of resistance and rebellion: 1994 - 2003

May 21 NW Regional Celemency March for Leonard Peltier Poster, Flier and Information Packet

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From: Leonard Peltier Defense/Offense Committee Northwest Regional Organizer's Office, P.O. Box 5464, Tacoma, WA 98415-0464 bayou [at] blarg.net

Greetings All,  read more »

Leonard Peltier Clemency Information Packet

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So here is the order:

page 1 March flier
page 2 March information
pages 3, 4 and 5, The Case of Leonard Peltier
page 6 NW Clemency campaign
page 7 Clemency petition
page 8 back page mailer and medical alert  read more »

Poland, 1983, January, Committee in Support of Solidarity Report No. 10-11

Committee in Support of Solidarity Reports
Issue No. 10 and 11
January 24, 1983

In This Issue

From the Editor page 1

The Spoils of War page 2

Official Statistics on Solidarity's Resistance and Repression

The Institutionalization of Martial Law page 3

If Martial Law was suspended, why do so many laws incorporate the same repressive measures?  read more »

Poland, 1982, November, Committee in Support of Solidarity Report No. 9

Committee in Support of Solidarity Reports
Issue No. 9
November 25, 1982

IN THIS ISSUE

The November Strike page 1

Why the Strike Failed page 2

Statement of the Gdansk Coordinating Commission of Solidarity explains why the protest actions called for November 10 did not succeed.

"An Unprecedented Act in the History of Civilized Societies" page 4  read more »

Poland, 1982, October, Committee in Support of Solidarity Report No. 8

Committee in Support of Solidarity Reports
Issue No. 8
October 22, 1982

IN THIS ISSUE

Solidarity Activist Deaths page 1

October Demonstrations page 2

Solidarity is officially dissolved; Workers strike in Gdansk and demonstrate in Nowa Huta.

"It Was a Premeditated Murder, Coldly Calculated..." page 3  read more »

Poland, 1982, October, Committee in Support of Solidarity Report No. 7

Committee in Support of Solidarity Reports
Issue No. 7
October 1, 1982

IN THIS ISSUE

The Aftermath of August page 1

Interior Minister Kiszczak reveals the extent of the August demonstrations and the means used to repress them.

September Demonstrations page 1

Why Are We Fighting? page 3

Wroclaw Solidarity's underground paper explains.  read more »

Poland, 1982, September, Committee in Support of Solidarity Report No. 6

Committee in Support of Solidarity Reports
Issue No. 6
September 6, 1982

IN THIS ISSUE

The August Demonstrations page 1

Reports on the nationwide protests August 31 and throughout August

A Call for Demonstrations page 4

Underground Solidarity leader Bujak appeals for participation in the August 31 demonstrations.  read more »

Poland, 1982, July, Committee in Support of Solidarity Report No. 5

Committee in Support of Solidarity Reports
Issue No. 5
July 22, 1982

IN THIS ISSUE

The Impunity of the Police page 1

The underground Solidarity press report on beatings and the use of torture by the authorities.

The Protests in June page 4

Workers demonstrate in Gdansk, Wroclaw, Nowa Huta, Radom, and Ursus

After May 13 page 5  read more »

Poland, 1982, June, Committee in Support of Solidarity Report No. 4

Committee in support of solidarity Reports
Issue No. 4
June 25, 1982

IN THIS ISSUE

The Protests in May page 1

Reports about demonstrations on the 1st, 3rd and 13th of May

May 1982: Assessing the Situation page 5

Solidarity's Temporary Coordinating Commission examines the results of the May protests.

Prepare for the Ultimate Weapon: The General Strike page 7  read more »

Poland, 1982, June, Committee in Support of Solidarity Report No. 3

Committee in Support of Solidarity Reports
Issue No. 3
June 7, 1982

CONTENTS

New Dispatches from "Solidarity's" Leaders page 1

Bujak, Frasyniuk, Hardekand Lis discuss threats to Solidarity, protests and the possibility of an accord.

The Commissar's Counsel page 7

The military commissar assigned to official radio and television addresses its employees about "Solidarnosc."  read more »

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