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No Need to be Afraid of Autonomy: From a Zapatista School

No Need to be Afraid of Autonomy: From a Zapatista School

  Among the trees and the cornfield, some girls and boys of different ages appear. They hurry happily to meet each other, look at each other with complicity, laugh and speak in their own language, Mazatec. They know that a new solidarity brigade is visiting their school. They are excited because they have been told […]

Rememering Dan and Spit: The Anniversary of Fallen Anti-Fascists

Rememering Dan and Spit: The Anniversary of Fallen Anti-Fascists

Today we remember Dan Shersty and Spit Newborn, murdered by neo-Nazis on July 4th in 1998 for their integral role in founding Las Vegas Anti-Racist Action. They may be gone, but they are not forgotten. We continue this work in their legacy.

Rojava Will Be the Grave of Fascism

Rojava Will Be the Grave of Fascism

An internationalist present in Rojava wrote an text about the importance of the Revolution and it’s defense, the text follows: “The president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has announced a new operation in northern Syria, to expand his project of a “protection zone” with a depth of 30 km and along the entire border between […]

Songs of Tribute to Paul Redd, Home with the Ancestors

Songs of Tribute to Paul Redd, Home with the Ancestors

by Friends and Comrades of the Prisoner Human Rights Movement It’s rare to meet someone who exemplifies living with purpose. And rarer still to find those human gems who live that purpose with revolutionary love under the most adverse and challenging circumstances, where it could be easier to throw principles to the wind and do […]

Roe v Wade and the Question of Rights

Roe v Wade and the Question of Rights

The US Supreme Court’s onslaught against women in overturning Roe v Wade is not just an impending death knell of American liberalism, but a wake-up call to the myth of ‘Rights’. The next targets in the US are avowedly proclaimed as fertility, contraception, gender identity, and civil rights across the gender and sexuality spectrum. Speech […]

Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson: Coopting Juneteenth with a Federal Holiday

Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson: Coopting Juneteenth with a Federal Holiday

Damage control The police murder of George Floyd during the summer of 2020 was a lynching. The act differed little from the routine public murders of Black people by mob and police violence that has punctuated centuries of Black existence in Amerika. What differed was the public reaction – from the attempted intervention by eye-witnesses […]

The CNI-CIG in the Mirrors of the Resistance

The CNI-CIG in the Mirrors of the Resistance

Sisters, brothers and sisters of the world   We are the original peoples, nations, tribes and neighborhoods that make, with organization, the National Indigenous Congress – Indigenous Council of Government; we speak with the collective struggle of those who in our geographies have not stopped dreaming in extensive territories, in collectives of dozens, hundreds or […]

An Open Letter to, and from, the Incarcerated of Pennsylvania

An Open Letter to, and from, the Incarcerated of Pennsylvania

It has been more than a year since the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections vaccinated its inmate population. Mask mandates have been lifted. The unvaccinated have been allowed off quarantine and spread throughout general population. And yet here we are, another year gone, and the pandemic restrictions limiting activity and quality of life within the prisons […]

Anarchist Prisoner D. Chatzivasiliadis : When the Makhnovists Wiped out Grigoriev and Petliura

Anarchist Prisoner D. Chatzivasiliadis : When the Makhnovists Wiped out Grigoriev and Petliura

Preface to the publication The composition of the text “When the Makhnovists wiped out Grigoriev and Petliura”* began in the first days of the war and was completed in its third week. By the time the manuscript was released from prison and typed, two months of war had passed. The text in greek was then […]

No Landscape After Transformation: Part 3 of 3

No Landscape After Transformation: Part 3 of 3

Guidxi Rucaalú The subject of historical knowledge is the oppressed class itself when it fights, says W. Benjamin’s twelfth thesis of history. Indeed, what would become of this region, inserted in the geopolitical interests of the farmers, without those women and men who did not wait for this – our – generation to thank them […]