This zine addresses migrant issues, borders and how institutions, prisons, heterosexism, and other oppressive forces have left people of color, queer, trans*, native folk, etc. subject to violence and is a re-imagining of an anarchist world without them using community accountability and recognizing institutions as pointless and that they only create a world of violence. read more »
a short interview with activists from mindsetbreakers manila and housing struggling people plus some short historical comments
Enero Zapatista is a month of grassroots community events in San Diego, CA that support that Zapatista cause or beliefs.
This zine was a print version of all the coverage community journalists submitted to sandiego.indymedia.org/
For two thousand years the disparate groups that now reside in Zomia (a mountainous region the size of Europe that consists of portions of seven Asian countries) have fled the projects of the organized state societies that surround them—slavery, conscription, taxes, corvée labor, epidemics, and warfare. read more »
Raul Zibechi is one of Latin America's leading political theorists. His, his first book translated into English, is a historical analysis of social struggles in Bolivia and the forms of community power instituted by that country's indigenous Aymara. read more »
Poetics of Resistance, A : The Revolutionary Public Relations of the Zapatista Insurgency by Jeff ConantSubmitted by Anonymous on Sun, 07/22/2012 - 06:10.
Part literary criticism, part media analysis, and part marketing handbook, A Poetics of Resistance explores the varied elements of poetics and symbolism that have helped Zapatismo emerge as something entirely new: a resolutely radical public relations campaign for human liberation.
Ward Churchill is one of the most vocal, incisive, and respected writers on American Indian issues. Acts of Rebellion brings together his most important writings on indigenism from the past two decades, covering basic American Indian concerns from land issues to the American Indian Movement, from government repression to their history of genocide. read more »
This collection of essays provides a devastating portrait of the condition of Native America. read more »
An important manual
This book maybe copyrighted.
Learning from the Land is a four-part workshop series about connecting with wild spaces and building watershed-scale resistance movements, created by the Knowing the Land is Resistance collective. The detailed instructions in this guide will help anyone play the fun games that make up these workshops in their own communities. read more »
Robert Graham - Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas Vol. 2: The Emergence of the New Anarchism (1939-1977)Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 06/18/2012 - 03:43.
Robert Graham (Ed.) - Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas Volume Two: The Emergence of the New Anarchism (1939 to 1977)
Introduction: Making Sense of Anarchism by Davide Turcato
Chapter 1: Anti-Militarism, War & Revolution
1. Herbert Read: The Philosophy of Anarchism (1940)
2. Emma Goldman: The Individual, Society and the State (1940) read more »
This zine is addressed to all the people who have already seen the inevitable ruins, whether in devastating visions, longing daydreams, or right before their eyes. It’s 2012, the year of prophecy, and more than ever we are not only afraid that we will see the world we know come to ruins, we desperately hope it will. This is a promising sign. read more »
Put together by some anti-state pro-revolutionaries for a workshop panel discussion at the 2012 NYC Anarchist Bookfair.
Wii'nimkiikaa is a journal of revolutionary indigenous resistance to colonization and capitalism. It is an inter-nation-al indigenous effort and is based out of Coast Salish Territory (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
Issue #1 is from June 2004
Issue #2 is from July 2005
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