The Answer To 1984 Is 1886 is an anarchist education and outreach zine aimed at the conspiracy theory community. read more »
The expanded guide includes two additional sections: "Why You Should Start a Solidarity Network" and "Interview With SeaSol". Also, A4 format has been added.
The original is here: http://zinelibrary.info/build-your-own-solidarity-network
Reflections on the GAMMA squad, an anti-anarchist police force in Montreal.
The femme issue
In the best tradition of participant-observation, anthropologist David Graeber undertakes the first detailed ethnographic study of the global justice movement. Starting from the assumption that, when dealing with possibilities of global transformation and emerging political forms, a disinterested, "objective" perspective is impossible, he writes as both scholar and activist. read more »
Cops V. Party
Wild Noise Demo at Jail
Solidarity Continues in Prisoner Strike
Forgotten History: The Second Offensive of the George Jackson Brigade
Fare Dodger Receives Death Penalty
“Dog Doogity” is a Load of Crap
Notes on Community
Ediciones Gato Negro
Here is a new poster made to disseminate information about the hunger strike going on in California prisons. It's 11x17" format, 2-sided with the prisoners' full demands on the back. Available in color and black&white.
here's the text:
Solidarity with the Prisoners on Hunger Strike in California!
Solidarity with Prison Rebels Everywhere! read more »
Act/React is a submission-based zine centered around anarchism in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It’s currently being published on a monthly basis.
The Wolves at the Door - Autumn 2011
An irregular journal of anarchist ideas and theory.
From Sydney, Australia.
To begin with...
Anarchists Lost in Space
The relationship between social movements and anarchist spaces.
Cake or Death
On the gap between how we talk about politics with each other and how we talk to other people. read more »
This zine provides how-to instructions for constructing a basic, low-cost, highly portable (as in sling it over your shoulder) sound system for demos, parties, or whatever. A tried and tested method, but it surely could be vastly improved upon as the author is not an expert. This zine is excerpted from the Engineering Social Justice and Peace zine, (Re)Construct Vol. read more »
The full title of this zine is "How to Put Together Your Own Participatory, Community-Specific, Radical Consent Workshop." The zine offers a thorough blueprint for one kickass consent workshop. The zine was assembled by, and this workshop model was beta tested by, a Seattle University student group called Northwest Break the Silence. read more »
by Neon Trotsky
The U.S. Mexico border analyzed through the lens of race, globalization, and the environment. Great primer on radical border politics.
Break the Chains is a news and discussion forum for supporters of political prisoners, prisoners of war, politicized social prisoners, and victims of police and state intimidation. read more »