Every Body Is A Modified Body Zine (June 2009)
A well-known feminist saying states “silence is violence.” For many transfolks that is not true. Often times our voices are the part of us that is not read the way we identify. For those of us who cannot afford or choose not to take hormones, we must fear being outed every time we speak. read more »
Be one of those queers you've heard about:
Undermine the army's ability to fight!
With the US military's growing troop shortage, recruiters are coming after queer youth. When "Don't Ask Don't Tell" is repealed it's going to get a lot worse. Queer counter-recruitment is one way to protect our communities from the military while undermining their ability to fight.
- Bash Back! Denver
"Creating RADICAL Change" was produced and distributed as part of Bash Back! Denver's confrontation of the huge mainstream LGBT activist conference called "Creating Change" that was held in our city in January.
Creating Change brought to you by...
Confronting the Non-Profit Industrial Complex
Too Legit to Quit: On the NJ4
Hate the State: On Queer "Hate Crime" Laws
Calling All Queers: Desert the Military!
Gay Marriage: For and Against
- Bash Back! Denver
a zine compiled to distribute at Chicago Pride 2009. Aimed at situating Stonewall and PRIDE in a historical context, "Militant Flamboyance" explores radical queer history and how the Stonewall Riots affected a larger GLBTQ movement.
Anarchists must say what only anarchists can say
-Monsieur Dupont’s New Year Message
A collection of excerpts by Frere Dupont.
Turning Modes of Production Inside Out: Or, Why Capitalism is a Transformation of Slavery by David GraeberSubmitted by Anonymous on Fri, 06/26/2009 - 15:33.
Similarities between types of rented labor: slavery and wage work, or what the term wage slave really means.
John Zerzan's critical essay on civilization, gender, and patriarchy.
includes a herstory of the Revolutionary Cells and Rote Zora armed resistance in Germany, an interview with two anonymous members of Rote Zora, and a brief look at Direct Action and the Wimmin's Fire Brigade
Gynocracy Song by Annie LeBrun
with an introduction by Wolfi Landstreicher
"This surrealist rebel and participant in the 1968 uprising in France explains why feminism as we know it is inadequate to women and people in general."
Insurrectionary anarchist texts translated to danish
Massimo Passamani: Ord, Rettigheder og Politiet
Kellen Kass: Brug, Misbrug og Industrialisme
Wolfi Landstreicher: Teknologi og Klassekamp
325 collective: Fængsels-samfund, Reformisme og Insurrektion.
Anon: Om Retfærdig Vold.
Short collection of essays on coming to terms with my submissive sexual identity, critiques of the mainstream BDSM scene, connections between my masochism and self-inflicted pain, and my struggle with "coming out" as kinky to other anarchists and feminists.
(First PDF for online reading; second is for printing.)
A Midwestern regional anarchist journal, published in April 2009. Various articles of theory, strategy and personal anecdotes of a handful of rebels at war with the lower midwest. A new issue is due out any day and it packs a punch!
by Kevin Tucker
originally found in Species Traitor 2 (check that shit out)
reproduced by Wormwood 2009
make total destroy
Neither Their War Nor Their Peace - Against Militarism, War, and the State Monopoly on Violence
Unfinished Acts is a collective recounting and analysis of events surrounding the shooting of an unarmed 22-year-old Black man in Oakland. Oscar Grant III was executed by Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) police officers during the first hours of 2009 on the platform of the Fruitvale station. The following pages include a few short histories of significant social movements to help contextualize the rebellions. This history acts as intermissions for a documentary dramatization (but factually correct!) of some of the events that unfolded in the streets during the first month of 2009. read more »
Earth First Means Social War: Becoming an Anti-Capitalist Ecological Social Force
brought to you by some delinquents
A critical look at activism and the role thereof.
redesigned and new layout
The Anarchist tension in danish
Original Black & Red Introduction read more »
A zine about the "obesity epidemic," the medicalization of discrimination, and the effects of race, class, and capitalism on our bodies.
(There's a printable version in pdf format and a readable version in word document form.)
A pamphlet outlining the similarities between Anthropology as an academic discipline and Anarchism. Not as fancy as David Graeber, but if you like his stuff worth looking at. Written more for Anthropologists to learn about anarchism.
A smaller version of the soon too come (A)BC'S Guide to Protesting. A useful guide put together by veteran activists and direct action enthusiasts and other rad folks for everyone. Provides a useful list of things to bring and things to avoid plus some really awesome links. The full version has way more info and links. read more »
Three Essays by Bob Black: "The Abolition of Work," "Primitive Affluence," and "Technophilia, an Infantile Disorder"Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 06/09/2009 - 07:41.
this is the corrected version of qv #2. the previous one had issues with the font embedded in the pdf.
Denver On Fire is happy to present this incredible resource in zine format! Previous editions of The Revolution Starts At Home have been in full-page-booklet style (available at http://www.incite-national.org/index.php?s=114). This format is a bit more compact.
The Revolution Starts At Home: Confronting Partner Abuse in Activist Communities
edited by Ching-In Chen, Dulani, and Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
Includes submissions from members of CARA, Philly's Pissed, The Northwest Network, UBUNTU, INCITE! and more.
Concrete tools for community accountability organizing. read more »
Quarter-page zine... so there is some cutting involved if you print it. read more »
This upload includes ***only the web version*** of issue #38 (the print version is too big for hosting at zine library, but is available at http://www.jura.org.au/mutiny).
In this issue:
*Damien Outlaw reports back from the annual
convergence at Lake Cowal against Barrick Gold’s
destruction of Wiradjuri land.
* Another Mayday passed and the good people from
Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group have put out
a statement about its ongoing significance in this time of economic crisis. read more »
by Alfredo M. Bonanno