DIY Do It Yourself
Richmond Food Not Bombs Pamphlet
Wingnut Anarchist Collective
Food is a right not a privilege
About Food Not Bombs in general and also a history of the local Richmond, Virginia Food Not Bombs organization.
You need all 4 pdfs to make this double sided pamphlet.
Saga is a free, DIY, universal/generic roleplaying engine, written by an anarchist for anarchist roleplayers and nerds. It isn't explicitly political, but it is free in the spirit of gift-economics and anti-capitalism. read more »
A how-to guide for canning. Enjoy!
Quilting is a journal of questions to think and write about, matched with coloring pages of quilt patterns. Quilting encourages meditation and slow, steady, positive thinking to figure out what's good for you and to keep making it better.
Curriculum for upcoming Card Weaving workshops at the Long Haul Infoshop in Berkeley, CA through the East Bay Free Skool.
Sundays November 21 and December 19 at the Long Haul, 3124 Shattuck @ Woolsey, from 3PM to 5.
Card Weaving how to by Bart & Robin Blankenship.
"Organizing Wall to Wall" by Peter Rachleff.
For more info please write cardweaver at hushmail dot com or check out:
The world bank turned upside down
by Jen Angel
with illustrations by Kael Goodman and Julian Dangerfox
Revolution in Conflict: Anti-Authoritarian Approaches to Resolving and Transforming Conflict and HarmSubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 09/13/2010 - 05:07.
This is a transcript of a recording of a workshop given at the 2008 NYC Anarchist Bookfair. The workshop title is Revolution in Conflict: Anti-Authoritarian Approaches to Resolving and Transforming Conflict and Harm. read more »
Step by Remarkable Step by Chuck Trapkus
Go here for more How To's on building a Yurt!
This info maybe copyrighted!
90 Day Fire at Will: changes to employment law & what we can do to fight them (NZ). Ready to print A4 flyer.
The following text was written to help people discover, remind themselves or popularize the various syndicalist methods of struggle.
By an anarcho-syndicalist militant, CNT-AIT, 2006.
Translated by Cobbler and 888 for Libcom.org.
Design by Jared Davidson.
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