from the introduction...
The following text probably needs no introduction, as it is possibly one of the greatest speeches in American history. I was enthusiastically reminded of it by a close friend and comrade, and it seemed an appropriate birthday present to her to reprint it here. read more »
A dialectical, historical, materialist analysis of the white working class.
this is a better design.
Revolutionary Black Feminist in 1977 provide a glimpse of early intersectional thought.
Three accounts of the riots after Oscar Grant was murdered by a BART police officer.
South Side Chicago Anti-Racist Action is making available several old-school ARA zines published many years ago by Chicago ARA.
ARA Research Bulletin #1 May 2001 (No Tears for the Nazis, No Support for the State, The Enemy of Our Enemy: the Southern Poverty Law Center “Badjackets” Anarchists, The Third Position, The New Face of Resistance: White Music for White Sheep, Hale and Brimstone, and News from the Front Lines) read more »
from Wikipedia April 2010
formatted by pirate press, Oly cascadia read more »
From Microcosm: read more »
“Nothing unified & revolutionary will be formed until each section of the exploited will have made its own autonomous power felt.”
Segregation and Tracking in Minneapolis Schools
By Douglas Mann
Looking at the White Working Class Historically by David Gilbert
A dialectical, historical, materialist analysis of the white working class in the US.
Radical Asian womyn in Aotearoa declare: "We do exist!"
As a counter to patriarchal Pakeha-dominated capitalist systems, Dumpling and Bamboo discuss racisim, ethnocentrism, colonialism, sexism, homophobia, ageism, poverty/classism and multiple forms of oppression in the context of Aotearoa/New Zeaalnd.
In the spirit of feminism, Mellow Yellow is about the personal being political. It also opens a space for Asian womyn in Aotearoa to speak out, create understanding between all oppressed people, and organise collectively for a better world.
In Issue 2: read more »
Global Economic Decline and Reconciliation
By Scott Holliday Wilson
by Yolanda Ward
"How could it have been possible for the surgical demolition operations in the minority neighborhoods of the cities to be so identical in all major American cities? Could any organization other than the Pentagon have done this?"
The newsletter of the Missouri Prisoners' Labor Union
Issue 12 Sept. 2006
At the dawn of industrialism, factories were modeled after prisons...
in its twilight, prisons are modeled after factories.
on my mind
essays by Chris Crass