A little outdated but still useful. Also check out guide below:
Facebook security guide for activists read more »
A guide to building a successful solidarity network along the lines of the Seattle Solidarity Network.
New version also includes the SeaSol interview with libcom and "Why you should start a solidarity network"
A few pages on consensus, meeting facilitation roles and hand signals
Newly reformatted by Iconoclast
A resource by The Ruckus Society, written by Jess Bell and Dan Spalding.
While opponents (like governments and corporations) use technology to snoop, spy and test our effectiveness, this guide walks activists through security measures we can take to safeguard ourselves against those dirty deeds.
For years, Derrick Jensen has asked his audiences, "Do you think this culture will undergo a voluntary transformation to a sane and sustainable way of life?" No one ever says yes. Deep Green Resistance starts where the environmental movement leaves off: industrial civilization is incompatible with life. Technology can't fix it, and shopping—no matter how green—won’t stop it. read more »
Usefull manual for potentially dangerous actions
An important manual I've came across
Personally I have begun building one, just in case.
This material maybe copyrighted.
generation FIVE has spent the last decade, with allies across movements and across the country, developing Transformative Justice. Transformative Justice is an approach to respond to and prevent child sexual abuse and other forms of violence that puts transformation and liberation at the heart of the change. read more »
Playbook for Progressives: 16 Qualities of the Successful Organizer by Eric Mann
PART I. THE JOB DESCRIPTION I
r 2 Roles of the Successful Organizer
I. The Foot Soldier 5
2. The Evangelist I I
3· The Recruiter IS
4. The Group Builder 27
s. The Strategist 3I read more »
The Radical Cheerbook is a collection of cheers intended to be used by radical cheerleaders at anti-capitalist protests. Radical Cheerleading is a tactic aimed at bringing energy and excitement to what might otherwise be stale and boring protests. An old radical cheerleaders website describes it as "...Protest+Performance. It's activism with pom poms and middle fingers extended. read more »
This zine features interviews with and articles on different community groups in Montreal and Toronto that are doing grassroots, intersectional queer-positive organizing. This will be the first of many to come. Stay tuned!
Here's an update to the wildly popular Don't Back Down zine that has been on here in the past. This is a more complete version of the zine. Hope it's useful to those in the Occupy movement (and beyond that into the future!)