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Review of “Capitalism: A Love Story”

Fri, 10/09/2009 - 18:24

by Abbey Volcano

Michael Moore’s latest documentary is a critique of capitalism- in mainstream theaters- pretty big deal. “Capitalism: A Love Story” starts off comparing the US to the Roman Empire- a fairly easy task. In addition to other commentary, the documentary seems to be focused on the anti-capitalist stance of various Catholic priests, the consequences of the housing crisis, corporate bailouts and, finally, some alternatives in the form of worker-run factories.

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Stengthening Anarchism's Gender Analysis

Tue, 09/01/2009 - 17:11

Lessons From The Transfeminist Movement

by Rogue, Common Action/WSA

Transfeminism developed out of a critique of the mainstream and radical feminist movements. The feminist movement has a history of internal hierarchies. There are many examples of women of color, working class women, lesbians and others speaking out against the tendency of the white, affluent- dominated women’s movement to silence them and overlook their needs. Instead of honoring these marginalized voices, the mainstream feminist movement has prioritized struggling for rights primarily in the interests of white affluent women.

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The History of NEFAC in Quebec-city (2001-2008)

Tue, 09/01/2009 - 17:06

from 'Ruptures' – Spring 2009 special edition

While it is too early to draw a comprehensive balance sheet of NEFAC (in Québec City, and in the province of Québec), one can nevertheless find some items that are food for thought.

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Journeys of an Expropriated Coat

Tue, 07/28/2009 - 20:43

by Frotchie

My coat was born in the Lebow Clothing Factory in 1985, shortly before the owner closed it down, firing several hundred seamstresses and quietly knocking away one of the last bastions of manufacturing that stood in the way of Baltimore's inevitable transformation into a post-industrial wasteland. The factory was closed, locked, and boarded up, and no one bothered to remove anything from inside. Endless rows of sewing machines sat rusting, great hay-bale sized rolls of textile lay collecting dust, and this coat, along with twelve thousand of its brethren, hung neatly wrapped in plastic, unseen and forgotten. Like the women who made it, it became redundant, unwanted, a discarded relic of a dying era...

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Northeastern Anarchist #14, 2009

Fri, 07/24/2009 - 22:04

  • Change We Need, an Anarchist Perspective on the 2008 Election
  • Journal of a Long Struggle, the 2007-2008 student strike in Quebec
  • Students and Revolutionary Organization, an Interview with Alternative Libertaire
  • Must the Molecules Fear as the Engine Dies? Notes on the Wall Street "Meltdown"
  • Solidarity With the Bolivian People
  • Strengthening Anarchism's Gender Analysis, lessons from the trans-feminist movement
  • Towards an Anarchist History of the Chinese Revolution

  • And more...

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