DIY Do It Yourself
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!
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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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A workbook zine from some cool folks at the Wench Collective in Kentucky.
About: sensuality, intimacy, sexual identity, sexual health and reproduction, and seuxalization.
"A Rough Guide to Bicycle Maintenance"
Compiled for the workshop "how to love your bike right" at the 2003 Portland Zine Symposium.
By: Shelley Jackson
This zine is now part of the zine/book "Chainbreaker Bike Book: A Rough Guide to Bicycle Maintenance".
* Sorry for the large file size I couldn't get it any smaller with my scanner.
Non-commercial space is politically powerful. Not a plea. Not a guilt trip. A manifesto about the economics of autonomous social spaces and projects.
second book of masanobu fukuoka, in which he more concretely and with more details explains his philosophy and practice. fukuoka says that man should be anti-anthropocentric, to observe the nature, to learn from it but also to know that he is not able to perceive all the natural lows. by observing and learning from nature, and producing food and other needs by just imitating natural laws and minimally adapting them, man can create sustainable and fulfilling environment for himself. read more »
Script and essays for a play Insurgent Theatre has been touring North America with since Sept 2009.
If anyone is interested in producing their own version of this play, please contact the author. I'd love to help.