This is Volumes 1-3 of the Prison Abolitionist centered in Richmond, VA. We focus mainly on issues surrounding the oppressive institution of the prison industrial complex. This is an 8 page zine that is easily printed, folded and cut. Great to just stick in your pocket for great reference!
Who Is Oakland: Anti-Oppression Activism, the Politics of Safety, and State Co-optation by Escalating IdentitySubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 05/07/2012 - 17:34.
Originally posted at http://escalatingidentity.wordpress.com/ by some anti-capitalists involved in Occupy Oakland
Put together by some anti-state pro-revolutionaries for a workshop panel discussion at the 2012 NYC Anarchist Bookfair.
This is an amazing essay by Margaret Valentino and Mavis Johnson (of the English Collective of Prostitutes) about the French National Hookers Strike in 1975. The women squatted churches to gain international attention for their demands. I'm not making this up, this is part of our history. Check this zine out for more info! read more »
This is a love letter to the movement. It's got information about concensus decision making, some of Dianne Di Prima's Revolutionary Letters, some of Pablo Neruda's Captain's Verses, and lots of other information. Check it out.
A classic essay from Saul Alinsky. Saul David Alinsky (January 30, 1909 – June 12, 1972) was an American community organizer and writer. He is generally considered to be the founder of modern community organizing. read more »
Table of Contents:
- The First of May and the General Strike...by Mother Earth (Mag.)
- Memory as a Weapon...by Anonymous
- Fallen Comrades...by Anonymous
A smattering of documents from the height of the British anti-roads struggle in the 1990s. Useful history and context for a too-often bit of history that helped inform anti-globalization rioting, eco-defense in North America and elsewhere, squatting across Europe, and indigenous solidarity projects. read more »
La formation de bandes : Une tactique dans le but d’accroître nos forces et notre autonomie
Occupation: un guide Do-It-Yourself
Les universités comme espaces de subversion
Culture de la sécurité
Conseils pour les manifestations
Pourquoi porter un masque?
Les bombes de peinture
The Formation of Crews: A Tactic in Expanding Our Strength and Autonomy
Occupation: a do-it-yourself guide
Universities as Spaces of Subversion
Street Demonstration Tips
Why Wear a Mask?
A pamphlet version of a text published on socialismandorbarbarism.net after the UK riots of August 2011: a scathing critique of much of the commentary on the riots. read more »
Solidarity with the revolt in Greece
Our entire lives are spent facing the next crisis of capitalism...
Smash capitalism everywhere...
(a poster made by some anarchists in Sydney)
Why pay for food when it grows on trees?
Food not Bombs
Which would you give you your children?
(Image of apple) (image of grenade)
Food not Bombs.
Free food for communities that care for one another.
using space is a zine about squats, social centres and alternative ways of living.
this is issue six, produced january 2o12.
previous issues are also hosted here apart from five, which was too large, but it's hosted at other places, including northern indymedia uk
* Facing Up to Mike Weatherley's Fearsome Gauntlet
* A Secret History of the City
* The CoolTan Arts Centre read more »