On April 11 and 12, 2013, students, faculty, and staff at Indiana University went on strike. Coordinated not by unions, but by a flexible and informal network of assemblies, the strike challenged the administration's austerity program as well as the entire organization of higher education. read more »
Writings from a radical mental health collective in 1970s Germany: their critique of the healthcare system, their struggle against capitalist medicine and the way capitalism defines "healthy."
This is a translation of SPK: Aus Krankheit Eine Waffe Machen.
Post-anarchism has been of considerable importance in the discussions of radical intellectuals across the globe in the last decade. In its most popular form, it demonstrates a desire to blend the most promising aspects of traditional anarchist theory with developments in post-structuralist and post-modernist thought. read more »
Max Stirner was one of the most important and seminal thinkers of the mid-nineteenth century. He exposed the religiosity behind secular humanism and rationalism, and the domination of the individual behind liberal modes of politics. This edited collection explores Stirner's radical and contemporary importance as a political theorist.
Contents: read more »
I saw all these people in black and this man had a dog and it was right behind me and I just saw all these lights and these guns and it was really scary. All of us had to get down on our knees and put our hands over our heads. A man asked for my name, if I know anything about terrorist things or if I’ve been in trouble with the police. I just started crying and crying. read more »
Quarter-sheet support flyers for Niara. Updated December 2013.
For more on Niara, visit freeniara[dot]wordpress[dot]com
“The struggle of the left does not grow out of the desires, needs and dreams of the living individuals exploited, oppressed, dominated and dispossessed by this society. It is not the activity of people striving to reappropriate their own lives and seeking the tools necessary for doing so. read more »
Translation of classic french text. Lessons learned from squatting (good & bad) in a poetic way. Be sure to convert it to letter format if you're in the US.
Translation from the classic French text by Corinne Monnet. An exploration of work and power in conversation. Be sure to convert to letter format if you're in the States.
That’s right… it’s that time again. Time for another issue of the Provocateur!
Inside, we talk about:
Music Gone Off The Chain
News and History
So download yourself a copy, and send any contributions for issue three to firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember: Print ‘em double sided and pass ‘em out to your friends! Or your enemies! read more »
Ahoy there! This is the good ship lifestyle!
In all seriousness though, here’s our first issue. It’s formatted to be printed double-sided, but if you print it single-sided on scratch paper, it’ll work, and you’ll get a note book out the the deal as well. A digital format may or may not be on the way, depending on how lazy the editors are. read more »
From the introduction:
Anarchists are made and not born. Many of us have stories about specific moments or experiences that marked a turning point, something that made us become anarchists, or realize we already were anarchists. We compiled this zine because we wanted to hear stories of what pushes people over the edge and help us imagine ways we can create breaking points for others. read more »