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Poland, 1982, May, Committee in Support of Solidarity Report No. 2

Committee in Support of Solidarity Reports
Issue No. 2
May 19, 1982

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Information on Recent Events page 1

Workers on Trial page 2

Defense Speech on Behalf of Jerzy Kaniewski

Warsaw Solidarity Leader Held Under Arrest Despite Illness page 12

An Appeal for Jan Jozef Lipski

The Fate of One Family page 14  read more »

Poland, 1982, February, Committee in Support of Solidarity Report No. 1

Committee in Support of solidarity Reports
(un-numbered issue, possibly Number 1, possibly February, 1982)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

WHERE DOES SOLIDARITY GO FROM HERE: A DEBATE

Introduction page 1

"The way out of the impasse" by Jacek Kuron, page 2

The leader of KOR discusses the possibility of an "underground state"

"Trench Warfare" by Zbigniew Bujak, page 7  read more »

Poland, 1990, October-November, News prepared by Black Alliance group

October-November 1990
news prepared by Black Alliance group

News From Poland

1. 17 October, Krakow

The group of Anarchist Federation in Krakow organized an anti-presidential demonstration during the election rally of Lech Walesa. The A.F. demonstration was attacked by skin-heads and the other supporters of Walesa.

2. 19 October, Warszawa  read more »

Poland, Committee In Support Of Solidarity, 1982, January 9, "War For Information"

Press Advisory
Special Edition
January 9, 1982

Committee In Support Of Solidarity

"WAR FOR INFORMATION"  read more »

Poland, Committee In Support Of Solidarity, 1982, January 8, Solidarity Information Bulletin 7

Press Advisory
Special Edition
January 8, 1982

Committee In Support Of Solidarity

"SOLIDARITY'S" INFORMATION BULLETIN, No. 7  read more »

Poland, Committee In Support Of Solidarity, 1982, January 8, Solidarity Information Bulletin 6

Press Advisory
Special Edition
January 8, 1982

Committee In Support Of Solidarity

"SOLIDARITY'S" INFORMATION BULLETIN, No. 6  read more »

Organise a Community Union: Beyond Resistance (NZ)

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Zine produced in response to the Christchurch Earthquake of February 22, 2011. While focused on this event there are valuable ideas for any community organizer.

Nonviolence and Its Violent Consequences

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I got tired of printing terrible looking copies of this that had been photo-copied to hell and back.

Poland, Committee In Support Of Solidarity, 1982, January 2

Press Advisory
January 2, 1982
Committee In Support Of Solidarity

SPECIAL EDITION
CONTACT: Chris Wilcock, Agnieszka Kolakowska, 929-6966

Rights of Prisoners

According to the December 20, 1981, dictates of the Minister of Justice:

1. The closest relative or friend of the prisoner should be notified immediately of his place of detention.  read more »

Poland, Committee In Support Of Solidarity, 1982, January 1

Press Advisory
January 1, 1982,
Agnieszka Kolakowska

Committee In Support Of Solidarity

SPECIAL EDITION

The following items are the most recent reported through the date above. For past reports, contact the New York office.

To reach Solidarity representatives and advisers now in the United States, contact the New York office.  read more »

Poland, Committee In Support Of Solidarity, 1981, December 21

Press Advisory
Polish Workers Taskforce
December 21, 1981

Committee In Support Of Solidarity

Is calm reigning in Warsaw?

Given the confusion in the mass media about the events in Poland, we decided to issue a daily bulletin based on the official Warsaw radio reporting.  read more »

Poland, Committee In Support Of Solidarity, 1981, December 14

Press Advisory
December 14, 1981

Committee In Support Of Solidarity

"How to collect and disseminate information."

THE FOLLOWING IS THE TEXT OF A "SOLIDARITY" LEAFLET DISTRIBUTED IN POLAND ON DECEMBER 18th, ENTITLED, "HOW TO COLLECT AND DISSEMINATE INFORMATION."

THE POLISH TEXT WAS RECEIVED FROM KRAKOW THROUGH A RELIABLE SOURCE, AND TRANSLATED BY THE NEW YORK OFFICE.  read more »

So... what is this place? A Guide To Getting Involved with the Dry River Collective

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The history and procedure's of the Dry River Radical Resource Center in Tucson, Arizona.

Season of Kisses and Sighs, The: Cuts and Protests against Cuts in Britain

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This situationist text concerns the cuts in public spending currently being unrolled by Britain’s Conservative-Liberal Democratic coalition government and the developing movement of opposition to them. It has in mind those who are inclined to do nothing, as well as those drawn to struggles that seek to defend public jobs and services.  read more »

Activism as fetishism

I pose activism as
fetishism in this essay, and explore the
implications of this for an activist ethics of
solidarity across power imbalances and cultural
differences. In this I focus upon the discourses of
privileged or ‘first world’ activists, which is a
reflection of my own location.5 With an analysis
of the fetish across the key lexicons listed above,  read more »

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