An essay on Anthropology by Harold Barclay, the author of "People without Government".
Published in 1986 as the fourth part of a proposed Anarchist Encyclopaedia.
Please Print this out and write to these prisoners. Better, post it publicly and use it to host a card writing night.We're experimenting with the format a little, so this month is a double sided 11x17 that can also be used as a poster to promote your local letter writing night.
Keep on fighting,
Chapel Hill Prison Books Collective
In this classic study, Reich provides insight into the phenomenon of fascism, which continues to ravage the international community in ways great and small. read more »
Inveterate 1950s-style Parisian slacker Jean-Michel Mension's first book, The Tribe: Conversations with Gerard Berreby and Francesco Milo (volume 1 of Contributions to the History of the Situationist International and Its Time), arrives in this country translated by Donald Nicholson-Smith. read more »
Neoism, Plagiarism & Praxis is concerned with what’s been happening at the cutting edge of culture since the demise of Fluxus and the Situationists. It provides inside information on the Neoists, Plagiarists, Art Strikers, London Psychogeographical Association, K Foundation, and other groups that are even more obscure.
This anthology gathers together a broad range of critical material about the Situationist International. The texts run sequentially according to date of original publication, thereby providing an overview of the way in which situationism has been historicised in the Anglo-American world. A wealth of historical and interpretative information is provided by various contributors. read more »
Bread. Cheese. Wine. Beer. Coffee. Chocolate. Most people consume fermented foods and drinks every day. For thousands of years, humans have enjoyed the distinctive flavors and nutrition resulting from the transformative power of microscopic bacteria and fungi. read more »
OFC zine is a zine made by OCC's Feminist Club. Issue 2 is "The Holidays Issue". Content of the zine includes articles on how gender influences gift giving, being a daddy's girl, and new year's resolutions and weight loss - other content includes poetry, mini profiles on women, and quotes.
A phamphlet looking at the use of street art and graffiti in revolutionary movements. Among the examples looked at are the famous screen printed posters of Paris May 1968, IRA along with other republican and revolutionary murals in Northern Ireland and the murals of Sandinista Nicaragua. read more »
I found this somewhere, and found it very interesting, about De/Colonization from 1998. I'm not too sure if this particular document has been uploaded before, but if it's a duplicate then many apologies, the site is acting strangely.
Anarchist ideas are not dead things, to be viewed as a logical conclusion of certain ideas of justice, equality or "humanity." There is no logical series, no precise and irrefutable argument that must convince a rational person. read more »
new poster for PNW grand jury resisters.
"We receive these hazy illusions like a narcotic necessary to bear life. But what happens to us when, disintoxicated, we learn what we are? Lost among babblers in a night in which we can only hate the appearance of light which comes from babbling. read more »
This is a feminist zine put out by OCC's Feminist Club. Issue 1 is Halloween themed! Inside you'll find articles about feminism, halloween costumes, and horror films as well as poetry and statistics about gender inequality