NOW WE HAVE TO BEGIN
There is the head.
But, more so, there is the heart.
Then there is the body that we physically inhabit, that we possess (or posseses us?), that we feel through, that contains the brain and the heart and the lifeblood.
And there are our senses. We are sensual because the world is sensuous. The world is tactile. To live, to be alive is tangible, is a possibility, is something that is always open to risk and rebellion. read more »
This is the classic "Blocs, Black and Otherwise" written by Crimethinc. It's a very good overview of how to organize and participate in a black bloc.
We couldn't find a PDF of it online, so we put this together. As a bonus, we added another piece titled "Fashion Tips for the Brave" that contains more suggestions on preserving anonymity within a black bloc.
With love, read more »
Issue # 1 Jan. 2007
an autonomous Lexington newsletter from the Red and Anarchist Network
In a larger city we could find the following bolos: Alco-bolo, Sym-bolo, Les-bolo, Play-bolo, No-bolo, Sado-bolo, Maso-bolo, Blue-bolo, Dia-bolo, Marl-bolo, Marx-bolo, Anarcho-bolo, Incapa-bolo, Herb-bolo, Jesu-bolo, Krishna-bolo, which all assist in the substruction of the capitalist and/or socialist Planetary Work Machine. The pseudonym P.M. read more »
A mini-zine about school, society, and the endless alienation and boredom we suffer from both. [Takes only one sheet of paper to print! Cut along the faint gray line and assemble appropriately.]
August 23, 2008
a General Anarchist Union in the Boston Area read more »
Break-Out from the Crystal Palace. The Anarcho-Psychological Critique: Stirner, Nietzsche, Dostoevsky by John CarrollSubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 01/14/2013 - 12:18.
Before Marcuse and Laing, before Heidegger and Sartre, even before Freud, the way was prepared for the anarcho-psychological critique of economic man, of all codes of ideology or absolute morality, and of scientific habits of mind. read more »
This is the story of the occupation of a derelict building in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on November 12-13, 2011, told in the voices of a wide range of participants. While anarchists and corporate media have circulated news of this action far and wide, the experiences shared inside the building have remained a sort of black box. read more »
*higher DPI than previously hosted on zinelibrary read more »
This zine is an account from the protests against the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) in 2001. It was one of the most militant of the anti-capitalist (anti-globalization) protests that took place at the turn of the century in North America. read more »
a Florida anarchist Newsletter
Floridas radical/anarchist networking and news zine
By Florida's radical activist and anarchist communities all over the sunshine state
a workshop pamphlet of how to build a collective, and what to do with it once its built
by Moose and Inza
A guide to building a successful solidarity network along the lines of the Seattle Solidarity Network.
New version also includes the SeaSol interview with libcom and "Why you should start a solidarity network"
by Michael Schmidt
Burning Bridges #1 was released in March 2009 and includes writings on health and resistance, a history and analysis of social revolt in Guelph, tactics and analysis for creating social conflict, and information about development in Guelph. It is over 40 pages long and includes a lot of local news.
The No-Frills Fall of '99 Final Issue
Anarchy, Eco-Preservation, and Gandhian Non-Violence
The Biotic Baking Brigade
Anti- Corporate Y@K Analysis
A Hopi Peace Declaration