Ispod pločnika je besplatan anarhistički dvomjesečnik koji je moguće pronaći u knjižarama, na javnim događanjima i čitati online na www.ispodplocnika.net
Ispod plocnika (Under the pavement stone) is free bi-monthly anarchist magazine published in Croatia and distributed through bookshops, at different public events and online at www.ispodplocnika.net
This war written to a person referred to in the text as "you."
The "we" used in this text refers to a singular author who as spoken with others.
The sections titled "A" and "B" are excerpts from a cassette tape.
This text us for artistic purposes only.
Reformatted From Fire to the Prisons 10.
A zine to disseminate information from the Anarchist & Animal / Earth Liberation movements in Mexico to the English Speaking world. Includes texts, communiques and actions from Insurrectionary Anarchist cells in Mexico from 2010.
Zine to print
Zine to read online
and here: read more »
(from the back of the book) Anarchism is the boldest of revolutionary social movements to emerge from the struggle against capitalism-it aims for a world free from all forms of domination and exploitation. But at its heart is a simple and convincing proposition: people know how to live their own lives and organize themselves better than any expert could. read more »
The Institute for Experimental Freedom's European appendages and friends are proud to release an English translation of “La Grève Infinie” (Infinite Strike). This text was written on Oct 27th 2010 from within the events transpiring throughout the French strikes and blockades. read more »
This is the second issue of Affinity, an irregular zine providing space for critical reflection and analysis of strategies for resistance against the dominant culture. This issue focuses on the role of violence, providing three different perspectives on the relationship between violence and the struggle against oppression. read more »
“Urban struggles and revolts across the world”
Illustrations by Athens artist Leandros.
“Between a present yet to go and a future yet to come”. Illustrations by Berlin artist Max Andersson.
For Life//Not Survival
What is the point?
Justice: A Dead Word
Insanity is Only Appropriate -A. Lunatic
Take your mark, get ready, ablate: 3 positions against prison -August O’Clairre
Chronology of Prisoner Resistance
Anti-G20 Resistance in Toronto -Zig-Zag
Oakland Disgraced. Tensions Re-Ignite: An interview with a Bay Area Resident
Pg. 57 read more »
The Institute for Experimental Freedom is proud to announce the release of “Enemies We Know.” This project was originally intended to be a 4-part poster series, and will be released in this medium as well. However, after careful consideration and reflection, these short texts are currently being released as an easily reproducible pamphlet—designed with high contrast black and whites, easy readability, and succinct critical messaging. read more »
"Trans women experience corporeality in a unique way. While capital hopes to continue to use the female body as proletarian machine to reproduce labor-power, trans women’s bodies cannot produce more workers and is constantly already viewed as denaturalized. Perhaps in valorizing this inoperability in reproduction, and willfully extending it to all forms of reproductive labor, we see the potentiality of human strike."
by Luigi Fabbri
an Anarchist Communist Analysis