Written in 1971 in America, arguing that only class activity, organized in collectives, can achieve liberation, with suggestions on how thus to organize.
Community How To Updated
Community theory, communication, and ideas and resources for starting a community with The Lorax Manner Student Cooperative in Eugene, Oregon, as a case study.
By Sage, Lorax Manner Student Cooperative Resident Fall 2009 – Fall 2010. Updated December 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I Introduction (3)
II Sense of community (3)
A Membership (3) read more »
A light and entertaining introduction to the basics of security culture, with lots of stupid sock-based puns.
If you like it, feel free to make your own performance of it!
Find it at Columbus ABC's website:
coil.losangeles (at) gmail.com
anotherpoliticsispossible (at) gmail.com
Back to the Roots: Anarchists as Revolutionary Organisers by Ian Martin
From Reform to Revolution by Ian Martin
The Intersections of Anarchism and Community Organising by Dave
Active Revolution by James Mumm
Student power for accessible education
by Andrew Flood
an organizing manual for community activists
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 »
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.
This zine documents some of the work we’ve been up to so far in the first year of South Side Chicago Anti-Racist Action and was prepared for the July 31 2010 Day of Action Against Racism and Fascism. We hope that this publication will start a larger discussion in strategizing ways we can more effectively combat all forms of oppression in our city.