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
As the California population has grown more ethnically diverse, the privatization of the public sphere has been sold to the electorate through a seemingly endless parade of racist bogeymen: immigration, affirmative action, bilingual education. read more »
Freedom, not Reform
If we don’t demand it, it can’t happen read more »
"What does it mean that Homeland Security has nothing to do with making sure we all have homes?
Especially when so many people are losing their homes, security should mean shelter, food, health care, safety… Not more creepy biometrics devices. The government clearly is more concerned about fortifying the military and helping big business than it is about us. read more »
2 - Revolutionary Autonomous Communities - Who We Are, What we believe, What we Fight for
3 - Cop Whatch Los Angeles GC check-a-pig (WWW.COPWATCHLA.ORG 877 8 NO COPS)
4 - Know Your Food, Know You
5 - Editorial
6 - The System Is The Trouble!
7 - Links / Ressources
Amazing anarchist organizing for the past couple years came out of the DNC/RNC. Let's take this organizing, the networks, the friendships, and the momentum and organize and fight to strike down one of the most oppressive terrorist institutions of our time: Immigration and Customs Enforcement. read more »
by Exploited Existance
Anarchism, Racism and Class Struggle
by Russell Maroon Shoats/z
Revolutionary Syndicalism, the Industrial Workers of Africa, and the Fight Against Racial Capitalism in South Africa 1915-1921
by the Bikisha Media Collective
by Selma James