Support Marie Mason: Fight the Greenscare

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New Marie Mason/Green Scare zine out now

The New Marie Mason Zine has information on Marie, her case, and the greenscare, with excerpts from Between Orwell and McCarthy: The Crucifixion of Marie Mason by Henry Reed and Marie’s statement at sentencing. It also contains some of her poems and drawings.

Color cover version:
http://bamfproductionz.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/mm-zine-color.pdf
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325 #6

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325 #6 (is) an insurgent anti-prison zine of social war & anarchy

In an increasingly chaotic world of climate meltdown and financial crisis, it has never been more urgent to organise and overthrow the capitalist system and the state. This project is part of the rebellion, let's start fighting back...

Mutiny #33

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Mutiny #33

This upload includes ***only the printable version*** of issue #33.

In this issue:

-Usual brief news & upcoming events
-NUCLEAR WASTE NO WAY! Rripipi details the senate inquiry into the commonwealth radioactive waste management act with some words from the struggles of Traditional Owners who are
directly affected
-WAYN AL DEMOCRATI, HABIBI? The forced eviction of the Al Kurd family in East Jerusalem as reported by Cynical
Smurf
-Take a stroll through Redfern with the Mutiny Collective  read more »

Mutiny #26

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Mutiny #26

This upload includes ***only the high quality printable version*** of issue #26.

In this issue:

-We remember the uprising in France 40 years ago & bring you stories of struggle today, with-
-News of the wildcat taxi strike in Melbourne with which drivers won their demands for more safety.
-A report from Mexico about community police redefining the meaning of justice.
-A fairystory about workplace organising.
-Brief news of Mayday around the world & more.
-A review of 'Fear of a Brown Planet'.  read more »

Mutiny #27

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Mutiny #27

This upload includes ***only the high quality printable version*** of issue #27.

In this issue:

-We see JuraVision and hear songs of the future!
-Comrades see deep inequality in Manila
-We have a call to action against the Asia Pacific Defence & Security Exhibition in Adelaide
-We hear news of the FAB bookfair with reportbacks from around Europe.
-Reviews of Baby Machine and a zine with no name!  read more »

Mutiny #28

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Mutiny #28

This upload includes a web version of the zine for straight-up reading, as well as a high quality printable version of issue #28.

In this issue:

-News of anti-coal industry direct actions in Newcastle.
-A speech from the Putting the Terror Laws on Trial forum about the need to politically defend G20 arrestees.
-Recent happenings at the refugee camp at the port of Patras, Greece and plans for the No Borders camp.
-What happened in court after a boss drove a semi-trailer through a picket line.
-A review of the G8 Counter Forum in Japan  read more »

Mutiny #29

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Mutiny #29

This upload includes a web version of the zine for straight-up reading, as well as a high quality printable version of issue #29.

In this issue:

-Mutiny reports on a conversation about how revolutionary class politics & ideas of workers’ control could be part of a movement to stop climate change.
-A declaration against neoliberal gentrification in the neighbourhoods of New York & around the world.
-A call for solidarity with activists arrested in state terror raids in Aotearoa (NZ).  read more »

Mutiny #30

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Mutiny #30

This upload includes a web version of the zine for straight-up reading, as well as a high quality printable version of issue #30.

In this issue:

-A day-by-day account of the actions at the Climate and Anti-Racism Camps in Hamburg.
-‘Feral anarchists’ respond to claims that they are responsible for the cancellation of the Adelaide War Fair.
-FYI, a report on the release of the police files about the APEC excluded persons list through an F.O.I. request.  read more »

Mutiny #31

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Mutiny #31

This upload includes a web version of the zine for straight-up reading, as well as a higher quality print version of issue #31 of the Mutiny zine.

In this issue:

-An account of the Freedom Rides convoy as it hoons towards a mass-convergence in Mparntwe (Alice Springs), fighting to prevent a PMD (Policy of Mass Destruction) from destroying Aboriginal communities.
-Chris Doran and Tim Anderson charges Major General Molan as a war criminal for the massacres in Iraq.  read more »

Mutiny #32

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Mutiny #32

This upload includes a web version of the zine for straight-up reading, as well as a higher quality print version of issue #32 of the Mutiny zine.

In this issue:

-Dumpstered Twin follows a trail of intrigue to uncover the undercovers infiltrating political groups.
-A report from Reclaim the Night that poses some thoughts on how it could involve a bit more reclamation.
-Can economic crisis crack capitalism? Or will it just be us forced to swallow more bitter medicine? Grumpy Cat paws through the wreckage.  read more »

Mutiny #34

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Mutiny #34

This upload includes a web version of the zine for straight-up reading, as well as a higher quality print version of issue #34 of the Mutiny zine.

In this issue:

-Bad Robot argues that it's time to get militant about our research as one solution to outdated methods of revolutionary organising.
-From the streets of Greece, two firsthand accounts of the politics and practices of the uprising that began in December.
-20 arguments against the idea that capitalism can be part of any solution to environmental problems.  read more »

Mutiny #35

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Mutiny #35

This upload includes a web version of the zine for straight-up reading, as well as a higher quality print version of issue #35 of the Mutiny zine.

In this issue:

-A member from Melbourne’s Student Housing Action Collective (SHAC)
reflects on tensions and decisions in their campaign for affordable
autonomous housing.
-A perspective on tendencies within the Palestinian solidarity
movement in Sydney.
-A debate on Palestinian nationalism and anti-state politics.
-We have news from: Canberra, Tasmania, USA, Bolivia, Greece, Iceland, Trinidad, Brazil & the UK.  read more »

Mutiny #36

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This upload includes a web version of the zine for straight-up reading, as well as a higher quality print version of issue #36 of the Mutiny zine.  read more »

Mutiny #37

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This is upload includes a web version of the zine for straight-up reading, as well as a higher quality print version of issue #37 of the Mutiny zine.  read more »

Prison Memoirs by Alexander Berkman

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Download:
http://zinelibrary.info/files/Prison_memoirs_of_an_anarchist.pdf (9.25 mb)

Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist is Alexander Berkman's account of his experience in prison in Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, in Pittsburgh, from 1892 to 1906.

First published in 1912 by Emma Goldman's Mother Earth press, it has become a classic in autobiographical literature.

Bonnot Gang, The: The Story of the French Illegalists

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Download:
http://zinelibrary.info/files/bonnot_zine1.pdf (53 mb)

A saddle-stitched booklet (zine) formatted version of this: http://www.archive.org/details/bonnot_gang
Print double-sided and fold over. Can be secured with a rubber band or, if available, a heavy-duty stapler.  read more »

Steal This Survival Pamphlet 0.15b

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a modern open-source handbook for today's revolutionary

July 4, 2008

http://stealthiswiki.org

smaller version of Steal This Book Today

Alternatives to Police

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This zine by Rose City Copwatch, out of Portland, is a compilation of case-studies on alternatives to cops. The zine focuses on projects that don't collaborate with the state or court system in any way. A long bibliography for further reading is also included.

Vitamins, Minerals, and Mental Health

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Vitamins, Minerals and Mental Health: the C.P.A.B.'s Discussion of Wellness. This is an extensive, well-researched zine that talks about how vitamins and minerals can affect mental health. For each of the vitamins and minerals described, it lists signs of deficiency, signs of toxicity, and food sources. It also describes the function of the vitamins in minerals in the healthy functioning of human bodies. This is a kickass zine.

Pink and Black Attack #2

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Here's the typo-free version of PINK AND BLACK ATTACK 2! Hope you all enjoy!

Steal This Book Today

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A modern survival guide

Vol. 1 2008

Download at:
http://zinelibrary.info/files/StealThisBookToday.pdf (21.1 mb)

525 pages

ABCs of Political Economy, The by Robin Hahnel

"I can think of no better advice than to read this book...It is a contribution of very great value." -- Noam Chomsky

"Robin Hahnel writes with clarity, originality, verve and a relentless moral passion." -- Robert Pollin, Professor of Economics and Co-Director, Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts

"[Hahnel] combines clear exposition and mathematical illustration with a compelling passion for progressive social change." -- Nancy Folbre, Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts  read more »

What to Do When Someone Tells You that You Committed (Sexual) Assault

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The official title is: What to Do When Someone Tells you that you violated their boundaries, made them feel uncomfortable, or committed assault.

A trifold pamphlet that lists steps that people who've been called out for sexual assault should take.

Non Fides N°3

TABLE OF DISCONTENTS

Number 3 from this central insurrectionnary anarchist publication from France. They have texts in multiple langages on their website: http://www.non-fides.fr/

The zine is downloadable from this adress:

http://zinelibrary.info/files/III2222.pdf (49.5 mb)

http://www.non-fides.fr/III2222.pdf

They need translators for French to English as they say on their website, so get in touch with em if you wanna help.

Great read.

SDS News Bulliten #7

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The SDS News Bulletin is the growing national publication of Students for a Democratic Society. We intend for this publication to be an accessible and popular vehicle for SDS members and chapters to communicate, coordinate actions, share information and ideas, and inspire one another in our struggles.

Past issues have included reportbacks from actions, conventions, and chapters, book reviews, songs, photos, poetry, how-to articles, editorials, essays, and resources. Issue #7 includes articles on Collective Liberation, Student Power for Accessible Education and Chapter Reportbacks!

Prescription for Change: Community Response to Substance Use

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This is an excellent zine talking about addiction, from all sorts of perspectives. It goes into the author's own experiences with addiction and kicking a heroin habit and most importantly talks about how communities can respond to someone struggling with addiction in a way that is helpful and non-judgmental. (Along the way, it offers radical/anarchist critiques of AA and 12-step programs, the moralism often attached to other people's substance use, and lots of other things.) Chock fulla insights and one fine zine.

COMING INSURRECTION, THE

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A new laying-out of the infamous text the French government described as a "handbook for insurrection."

http://tarnac9.wordpress.com

(This one requires about half as much paper as the pdf on the site.)

Solidarity & Revolt Across Borders

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Letters from prisoners, solidarity statements and action chronologies from France and other countries (January 2008 to March 2009).

Long live solidarity with undocumented immigrants!!!
Freedom for Bruno, Ivan and the others!!!

Ladders and Hips: An Open Letter to the Boys in My Life

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A zine on self-injury, eating disorders, and sexualized violence. This zine lays open the author's struggle with internalized sexism by looking at the ways patriarchy has manifested itself in the author's body. Other articles connect her personal experiences with a broader, intersectional exploration of power within activist and punkrock communities she both embraces and attempts to hold accountable.

TRIGGER WARNING: this zine deals explicitly with self injury, eating disorders, and sexual assault. read with care.

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