There are still so many veterans from the struggles of the 60s-80s who sre still locked up. Listen to them, talk to them, remember them, support them.
We Want Freedom by Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist isn't so widely distributed, but it's such a poignant account of direct action, incarceration, sexuality, solidarity, and reintegration.
Alexander Berkman was one of our best writers of the last century.
Mutual Aid by @deanspade
This concise little book is really effective at demonstrating the importance of mutual aid in times of collapse, disaster, and extreme neoliberalism; demonstrating the differences between MA, charity, and the privatization of social services; and helping people involved in mutual aid projects organize and think more effectively about what they're doing. A clear and useful book, great for spreading around!
#ICYMI, our interview with @PeterGelderloos about social war against state & capital to stop ecocide! Now available as a zine as well
Coffee with comrades Episode 164: "Thriving in the Ruins" ft. @PeterGelderloos - Read & listen: https://enoughisenough14.org/2022/04/22/coffee-with-comrades-episode-164-thriving-in-the-ruins-ft-peter-gelderloos/ #antireport #Podcast
@PeterGelderloos speaks about his latest book, “The Solutions Are Already Here: Strategies For Ecological Revolution From Below” (Pluto Press). We talk about anti-colonialism, autonomous infrastructure, being rooted in place, science & imagination.
support (Michel) or oppose (many socialists) the freedom struggle of the Kanak.
Differences over how to organize themselves, as well as differences in the International about how to respond from outside Paris, made clear the growing divergence between anarchists and socialists.
In these early days of April, 150 years ago, the communards had just failed to take the government position at Versaille and they were settling in to resist a long siege that would end in many being massacred, and others being shipped off to New Caledonia, where they would either
**Text of the week**
"The Paris Comune" by Louise Michel, for the 150th anniversary of the Commune.
Michel is one of my favorite old-timey anarchists, a teacher, nurse, firebrand, and combatant. Her memoir is in French and Spanish.
Call for solidarity with Ruymán Rodríguez, anarchist repressed, tortured and persecuted by the Spanish state for housing the poor https://t.co/Dpu5NB9lNL
So @AKPressDistro put up an excerpt from my introductory article to the new book on Salvador Puig Antich and the MIL.
It's about the anarchist strategy of armed agitation, its roots, and its impact on armed groups from the Red Brigades to the Tupamaros.
I tried to explain the #CoronaRiots in the Netherlands: “The government has stolen millions from families, they have destroyed families” -> https://enoughisenough14.org/2021/01/28/corona-riots-in-the-netherlands-the-government-has-stolen-millions-from-families-they-have-destroyed-families/ #Avondklokrellen #antireport
Ich habe versucht, die #CoronaRiots in den Niederlanden einzuordnen: „Die Regierung hat den Familien Millionen gestohlen, hat Familien zerstört„ - Weiterlesen: https://sunzibingfa.noblogs.org/post/2021/01/28/corona-riots-in-den-niederlanden-die-regierung-hat-den-familien-millionen-gestohlen-hat-familien-zerstoert/ #Avondklokrellen #antireport
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