Communities of color across the US have historically been victims of police violence in various ways. This pamphlet offers analysis of police violence in our neighborhoods, proposes steps towards building alternatives to policing, and includes legal resources.
Insurrectionary Ecology: A Document for Dissemination and Discussion by anon
Published by re-pressed distribution in the UK
This zine is an excerpt from The Housing Monster by prole.info, including Part Two of the book: “The Construction Site”. We at hearts and fists distro have prepared this zine for your reading and printing (just 12 sheets!) pleasure; please freely redistribute. read more »
Small zine in English and French for distribution at Idle No More events.
Interview can be read here:
While sometimes misrepresented as a pacifist, the beloved Howard Zinn was a genuine militant for much of his life. read more »
ALL COPS ARE BASTARDS, ACAB! Anti-cop zine listing some of the many reasons to hate the pigs. Short, sweet and to the point.
A simple, plain-language zine that uses concrete examples from Oakland 2009-2012 to help envision what a world without cops (and without capitalism) could look like. Uses examples from the Occupy movement and beyond to paint a picture of a communal, non-authoritarian world. Large, simple text and lots of pictures. read more »
On November 24, 2012, a garment factory fire killed an estimated 120 people in Ashulia, Bangladesh. This zine includes an account of the fire and its context, "Death-trapped in a burning cage - the Ashulia inferno," by Red Marriott, originally published on libcom.org: http://libcom.org/news/death-trapped-burning-cage-ashulia-inferno-271120... read more »
This small zine collects two essays advocating for resistance to the reversal of Enbridge's Line 9 pipeline that will carry Tar Sands oil through Southern Ontario. read more »
Martin Glaberman's classic but hard-to-find pamphlet from 1952 on workplace organising.
Zine about a free school in the Twin Cities, Minnesota
Contains interviews with facilitators of classes as part of Experimental Community Education of the Twin Cities (EXCO). read more »
we made this for thoughtcrime ink from a text by arthur j. miller about the demand by employers for longer workdays and overtime, and general wage-slavery. (imposed)