Ten Years After Occupy Wall Street, Its Real Legacy Is Anarchism In Practice

By It's Going Down. -

Lenapehoking, Turtle Island (also known as New York City) – Since its demise in the Fall of 2012, various individuals, websites, social media accounts, and politicians have tried to claim the [...]

Building International Solidarity: Human Relations for Global Struggle

By Eepa, Indigenous Anarchist Federation. -

Despite the advances in technology, radical communications has not kept pace. Sure, many anarchics are aware of other struggles through communiques, news reports, or social media posts, but there [...]

Manifesto: Draft Proposal For The Founding Of The International Working Peoples Association, 1979

By Editors, Black Agenda Report. -

Lorenzo Kom’boa  Ervin is probably best known for Anarchism and the Black Revolution, a fifty-six page manifesto that was arguably the first work to systematically apply the principles and [...]

Solidarity, Direct Action, And Self-Determination: Kasa Invisível

By Meghan McGee, GEO-coop. -

The Zapatistas have said the best solidarity anyone can offer is to start their own social centers, projects, movements, and revolutions wherever they are based. In Belo Horizonte, the capital [...]

Why Anarchism Is Dangerous

By Dana Ward and Paul Messersmith-Glavin, Anarchist Agency. -

Anarchists frighten privileged elites and their authoritarian followers not simply because the primary goals of the movement have been to abolish the sources of elite power – the state, [...]

Three Cities Designated As ‘Anarchist Jurisdictions’ – What That Means

By Kim Kelly, NBC. -

On Sept. 21, 2020, millions of people in three major U.S. cities awoke to find themselves living in what President Donald Trump and his Justice Department cronies had declared "anarchist [...]

Secret Police On The Streets Of PDX

By Members of Black Rose Anarchist Federation, Black Rose. -

Portland has now become a proving ground for the Trump administration to demonstrate its ‘law and order’ bona fides in the run-up to the 2020 election. Federal police, with little information [...]

Seattle’s CHOP Advanced The Movement For Black Lives

By Micheal Reagan, Institute for Anarchist Studies. -

What is unthinkable, or was at the beginning of the month, is the power of the Black Lives Matter movement in the streets. The emergence of the autonomous zone is a pinnacle of that power, a [...]

Mexican Supreme Court Stormed & Vandalized As Hundreds March Against Femicide

By Staff, Itsgoingdown.org -

On Sunday, February 23, hundreds of women marched in the northern Mexican city of Hermosillo, the capital of Sonora, as part of a recent wave of militant women’s protests in Mexico against the [...]

Beyond Mobilizing: Towards A Movement That Builds A Base For Power

By Staff, Itsgoingdown.org -

As I wrote not long ago, the North American anarchist movement has reached a crossroads. The movement must decide whether it will continue to remain a relatively isolated subculture or broaden [...]

Black-Clad Anarchists Storm Berkeley Rally, Assaulting 5

By Paul Elias and Jocelyn Gecker, www.chicagotribune.com -

By Paul Elias and Jocelyn Gecker for Associated Press - Black-clad anarchists on Sunday stormed into what had been a largely peaceful Berkeley protest against hate and attacked at least five [...]

Channel Zero: A 24-7 Horizontal Anarchist Radio Station

By Chris Steele, www.popularresistance.org -

By Chris Steele. Channel Zero is a newly formed network of several anarchist and anti-authoritarian English language podcasts that launched on August 9, 2017. The 24-7 audio stream and website [...]

Who Will Stand Up To Trump? We Will!

By Keith McHenry, www.popularresistance.org -

By Keith McHenry. We the people will stand up to Trump. Not Cohen’s list of politicians and leaders who have been benefiting from the corrupt system that put Trump in power. The post-inauguration [...]

“Unruly Equality”: A Brief History Of Anarchism

By Andrew Cornell, www.towardfreedom.com -

By Andrew Cornell for Towards Freedom - In recent years anarchists have played prominent and controversial roles in radical social movements, domestically and internationally. Yet discussing the [...]

Anarchist And Intersectional Feminist Who Inspired May Day

By Laura Flanders, www.commondreams.org -

By Laura Flanders for Commondreams. Workers shouldn't strike and go out and starve, but strike and remain in, and take possession, said Lucy parsons. Lifelong partner of Albert parsons, one of [...]

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