Translation of classic french text. Lessons learned from squatting (good & bad) in a poetic way. Be sure to convert it to letter format if you're in the US.
Translation from the classic French text by Corinne Monnet. An exploration of work and power in conversation. Be sure to convert to letter format if you're in the States.
That’s right… it’s that time again. Time for another issue of the Provocateur!
Inside, we talk about:
Music Gone Off The Chain
News and History
So download yourself a copy, and send any contributions for issue three to email@example.com
Remember: Print ‘em double sided and pass ‘em out to your friends! Or your enemies! read more »
Ahoy there! This is the good ship lifestyle!
In all seriousness though, here’s our first issue. It’s formatted to be printed double-sided, but if you print it single-sided on scratch paper, it’ll work, and you’ll get a note book out the the deal as well. A digital format may or may not be on the way, depending on how lazy the editors are. read more »
From the introduction:
Anarchists are made and not born. Many of us have stories about specific moments or experiences that marked a turning point, something that made us become anarchists, or realize we already were anarchists. We compiled this zine because we wanted to hear stories of what pushes people over the edge and help us imagine ways we can create breaking points for others. read more »
"I don't want to do my imprisonment 'easy,' to succumb to a living death, I want to do it 'hard,' even if it means that I am brutalized. Even in prison I want to know that I am living every day of my life, to fight back as best I can." Mark Barnsley read more »
Learned helplessness occurs when an animal or non-human animal is repeatedly exposed to an aversive stimulus that cannot be escaped. Consequently, the animal will stop attempting to avoid the stimulus and behave as though he or she is helpless to avoid or change the situation, even when these opportunities are present. read more »
i am no hero, and neither are you: thoughts on how our histories of abuse inflect our anarchist practiceSubmitted by Anonymous on Wed, 11/27/2013 - 17:56.
Contributions made in response to the prompt "How have our histories of abuse inflected our anarchist practice?"
-may be triggering.
-anonymous; keep it secret, keep it safe!
-title & quotes from Delete Me, I'm So Ugly. <3
-not imposed--print as booklet.
A zine that explores sexism, racism, capitalism and more in the punk scene.
A zine that explores sexism and racism in punk rock.
An activist's guide to making signs, giving speeches, and convincing others they should support your cause.
Human Psychology and Reception of Information
-Appeal Emotionally to People
Making a Flier read more »
Community theory, communication, and ideas and resources for starting a community with the Lorax Manner Student Cooperative in Eugene, Oregon, as a case study.
The latest edition of Community How To includes the following sections:
II. Sense of Community
2) Emotional Safety read more »
“‘Do it yourself.’ Don’t break up the global aspect of play by reducing it to roles. Defend your right to enjoy life. Obstruct capital’s death project. The latter can only enter the world of creativity and play by transforming who is playing into a “player’ the living creator into a dead person who cheats themselves into believing they are alive.”
1882 Distro read more »