A movement whose time has come
by Leslie Fienberg
by Jose G. Perez
Download At: http://zinelibrary.info/files/puertorico.pdf (9.8 mb)
Political Statement of the George Jackson Brigade
Download At: http://zinelibrary.info/files/powertothepeople.pdf (10.7 mb)
An anarchist critique of the MPLA in Angola
by Martin Spence
Download at: http://zinelibrary.info/files/natlibstate.pdf (13.8 mb)
Download at: http://zinelibrary.info/files/border.pdf (9.44mb)
the third issue of "using space" - a zine about squats, social centres and alternative ways of living.
this zine includes:
- the yin and yang of the elf experiment (the story of a big squat in amsterdam)
- maelstrom - the story so far (the beginnings of a social centre in leeds)
- thoughts on the future of squatting (in the netherlands)
it was published august 2007 and is A5, 24 pages
this pdf document can be printed "as is", double-sided, then folded once to make the zine read more »
We don't want you to take care of us, we just want you to let us take care of ourselves
by the Edelweiss Pirates
The Edelweiss Pirates were a youth 'gang' that existed in opposition to the Nazis. From working class backgrounds their resistance spanned from absenteeism, to industrial sabotage, to physical violence. One of their slogans was "Eternal war on the Hitler Youth".
by Cecilia Rodriguez
Anti-Immigrant Hypocrisy: Selections to Expose and Oppose Legislation, Law Enforcement and VigilantesSubmitted by Anonymous on Sat, 01/12/2008 - 21:20.
Selections from the blog at http://www.deletetheborder.org/chaparral spanning late 2006 through early 2007, Anti-Immigrant Hypocrisy: Selections to Expose and Oppose Legislation, Law Enforcement and Vigilantes covers a variety of issues in this important time in recent history. Some national/international issues, but mostly local to Arizona, which is where most people consider ground zero on the "illegal" immigration issue. Lots of commentary on mainstream media coverage and the attempts to make it more difficult for undocumented immigrants to live in this area. read more »
The Black Liberation Army and the Weather Underground