EXCO Free School Zine #2 - Interviews with Class Facilitators

EXCO sparks

Zine about a free school in the Twin Cities, Minnesota

Contains interviews with facilitators of classes as part of Experimental Community Education of the Twin Cities (EXCO).  read more »

NEWHUNCH / Dec - 2012


NEWHUNCH / Dec - 2012
Sympathos of our time


83 MB - 16 A3 posters

What Ever Happened to the Eight Hour Day?

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we made this for thoughtcrime ink from a text by arthur j. miller about the demand by employers for longer workdays and overtime, and general wage-slavery. (imposed)

koala #3


issue 3 covers the adoption of the author's son, judgements & expectations, abuse & forgiveness, traveling, waste, male dominance in punk + more

One Year in the ObserverTree

Miranda Gibson in the Observer Tree

A zine to celebrate the one year anniversary of Miranda Gibson's old growth tree-sit in Southern Tasmania. http://www.observertree.org.

Los Angeles Queer Resistance Zine: Issue No. 2

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The next issue of the LAQR zine is herrrre! This issues about rejecting the gender binary and resisting hetero normalcy for the liberation for all marginalized voices, and recognizing the vast intersectionalities therein. Deconstructing and discussing definitions of the ideas of queer, gender non conformity, privilege, privilege, and privilege. Queer the world and stay tuned for our next issue...  read more »

Toronto G20 Main Conspiracy Group: The Charges and How They Came To Be


This article focusing on the G20 Main Conspiracy charges was first released in the fall of 2011. It describes the policing and legal strategies of the State and the organizing model of those targetted, to gain an understanding of one of the largest campaigns of repression against anarchists in Canada so far.

December Political Prisoner Birthday Poster 2012


Please Print this out and write to these prisoners. Better, post it publicly and use it to host a card writing night.We're experimenting with the format a little, so this month is a double sided 11x17 that can also be used as a poster to promote your local letter writing night.

Keep on fighting,
Chapel Hill Prison Books Collective

Invitation, An


This is an invitation to disrupt the script of the Couple. (1 page)

In this miserable society dictated by oppressive social roles, you are cordially invited to break with the normalcy of everyday life in the ways that you relate with those whom you call friends.

OneAngryQueer #1, How Capitalism Will Kill Us All


OneAngryQueer is a radical political column published on Hivster.com and written by local Seattle organizer Ian Awesome. Ian is an HIV-positive queer anarchist who previously has worked in Occupy Seattle and now organizes with the Grand Legion of Incendiary and Tenacious Unicorn Revolutionaries (GLITUR). The column pieces published here have been unedited from their original posting.  read more »

Why is Cooper Union Being Occupied?


One of the last bastions of free education in the U.S. is under attack. This 24-page mini-zine contains occupiers’ statements, leaked administration documents, and newspaper articles explaining why New York City's Cooper Union school is currently being occupied by students.

More information on New York Year Zero: http://year0.org

Housing Monster, The, Part 1: The Construction Site


“You see in this world there’s two kinds of people my friend: those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig.”
-Blondie (from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly )  read more »

Dismantling the Master's House: excerpts on gender and work from The Housing Monster


Is your workplace or union dominated by the same old patriarchal bullshit? Do your "comrades" have no idea what feminism has to do with organizing? Are you trying to learn more about how sexism and capitalism are entangled? Here are two chapters on gender and work from The Housing Monster, for your printing and distroing convenience.  read more »

Chasing after ghosts: a critique of anarchist organizing, and its worst contradictions, in the North American context


The thrust of this critique is not pointed towards individual convictions, ideas and desires. As always, the greater the scope of our generalizations, the more exceptions we leave outside. These are responses to general trends and tendencies observed in the North American anarchist milieu.  read more »

At high tide...the ship will rise


On the 18th of December, 2005, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the production studio of Marcelo Tinelli (television magnate and producer of Ideas del Sur) was robbed. Ideas del Sur and Marcelo Tinelli are heavily involved with the funding and creation of the Trafipan 2000 tourism project,  read more »

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